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TIIK RKD CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, mauAY, JULY 20, 1894.
Stihicripllon, - a I Per Annum,
ItivnrlitMr in Alnnr
K notpnld In ndvaner, after thljd.ito Mnrch
is, Wi, tho price v, ill to l.5.
Kntcred nt tt't font Olllcn In Hl Cloud, Nob.,
ns it.nll msillerof the second claw
t'rnt.rnnK 1 Inch or lest per year....
Tlm.ii tnmillM .....i
Per lurli mil" jc.ir J"
IVr Inch six iminilii J "JJ
IVrincli three, iimiitlii.. ".,
fpocliil nlion per line or line spiwc, lust
Tmnileiit upwinli", pn)itlo Invnrlaldy In ad
Wliee, per lino tlicenK . .
All reurtlim notice- In lh nature of advertlso
moiiH (lrpuitx.o cents per lino. ......
l-ifnl notlevi nt lewd intcs,Ui for ftfmnue
(tin linei of Nmipnrn'l r Icis,) lint publication
l.fi tor each subsequent publication, per
iii.iro, Mccnti. , .
No "iin-rem-d po.lllnii"cnntr.ictsmde.
All mutter to in-wio publication limit be re
cclvcil nt Dili oulco not later tliaii Wednesday.
Adwrlltemcntii cannot b( ordorcd out lor
tlio eurrent week later limit Thursday.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
II. A. HI. It, II. Time Tabic.
TaldiiK effect Dec, 3.
Tralnicntrilin; p.ijeiiKr leao lied Cloud as
No. It2 raiscwicr to Uniting S:30 p. tn.
No. MirnuctiKi'rfrsmllnitliiRi 11:33 a.m.
No. in, riiMcnia-r to St. Joseph .St.
jMUlsninlclilcaeo dally lo:2Ba.m,
No. 13 r.-meiiKvrs tor Denver, dally, 0j53 p. m
H. J. S. EMIGII,
ItEI) Cl.OUD, -
Over Tujlnr'a l'urulltire Store.
I'.xtr.icts teeth without pain. . .
Crown nnd lirldnov.oikii specialty.
I'tirttlalii Inlay, and nil kind of (fold nil nm.
Jlnkcs gold and rubber plates and combination
All work guaranteed to bo first-clan.
ASK & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - KED CLOUD, NEB.
ColloutiotiH promptly attended to, and
Tlio O. It. hlioi,
Kcd loiul, - MeM'iiNkii.
I ivo my porgonnl nttontlon to my
jntrmiH. Kirrtt-clnsa ehnvlng nnd hair
cultiug n Bpvuinlly.
I W. TULLBl'S, M. D.
Red Cloud, NebritHKB.
onico opp.iiltu Vint National Hank,
1). H.KvamlnliiK Mireou.
i;iiroiuc diseases ireaiea uv mail.
r L. W1NF11BY,
Heo Cloud, - Nkuuaska.
Will iittend Hales at reasonable fluurei. Hatls
(actloiiKuarauteed. I II. SMITH,
UED (JLOUD, NKIJUAHKA.
I do n Btrlctly farm insarnnoe nnd invite
nil to boo me.
-Up rttairs, In Moon Block,
4th Avenuk, - Rkd Cloud, Nkijuahka.
I'irst-oloss bnrbora nud ttrstolusa work
unrnnteod Giyo men call
tleriuan Insurance I'o , l'ri'eport, III.
Ito)itl iiisiii alien Co., Liverpool, KiiKland.
Iloinn Flru liituraiien Co., of Omaha, Nehr.
I'lni'iiK Assuraiiei) Co, id London, l.ng.
To .Manchester rlrn Assuriineot'o. ol Kiiuland.
(luaidlnn Asiuiniiee.Co.,(if Uiiidon, l!n.
HiirlliiRton liistiianeo I'o. of IluilliiKton, Iowa.
Hrittsh America Assurance Co. Toiouto, Can.
Mutual lteseip 1'und I.Un Assu.of N. Y.
Tlio Workman Ituildliif! and l.ouu Association
o( Lincoln, NtlnasKii.
Ollleo ovor Mizor'o Storo.
Krd Cloud, Nkukaska
C. E. Putnam,
Phoenix Insurance Co.
Paul Bankers Life
s intrusted to iuui will be
f1jW nn.." "
Pfoiunt V.Vi!1Jl 4 PATtfk
MI'HN en "S "." uoiiet onliJ
oflwlcnoS lu'ffl; 1ZY, '. ?TS."S Wl.
hMliiLew'.'S fre! .'"t.1'""""!-and'
'Ion COIIM.r Iml .. . A U
Loin ..,,,. i " .lnJ Interna .
'" m uiinn n,. c-t "iti
1 f Aft
m w copvpiiJ8I
ta 5-i,' Ra"5t
if Iflttfc. 'rf (il 1
Heart Disease 30 Yrs!
Short Brca(!i, Palpitation.
Mr.fl. W.McKlnsev, twstinastcr of
Kokoino. I lid., nnd u bravo cx-soldior,
ays: "I had liccn severely troubled
with heart, disease ever ulnco leaving
the army t tlio closo of tlio late war.
I was troubled with palpitation and
Hhortnesa of breath. I wuld not
sleep on my left Hide, and had naln
around my heart. 1 became ho 111
that 1 was much alarmed, and for
tunately my attention was called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try it The ilrst bottlo
matio a decided improvement in my
condition, and Uvo bottles have com
pletely cured me."
(I. W. McKINSKY, I'. M., Kokomo, Iml
Dr. Mllpq Heart Cnrnl-innM on n posltlyo
cuamnlcd that t ho llrt bottlo will. lionoUU
All ilriiRKlattiiioll Until, 0 bottles forlA,or
It will IfOhftit. prepaid, ci
by thu Dr. Allied Medical
receipt of prlco
U?n Or. MIIpV Nruvr. I'r.AMTF.n for SPINAL
WEAKNESS. All ilriiKKlstH null 'urn furg-'ic.
A urdnJJ.JMCalir. - - --
, .Surcctsor of the
should own this
Dictionary- It an
Hwcrs nil ftiestinns
i oiiccrulni; the his
tory, spelling, pro
meaning of words.
A Library in
Itself, it also
Rives tlio often do-'
concerning eminent persons ; facts concern
ing tlio countries, cities, towns, nnd nat
ural features of tlio globo ; particulars con
cerning noted fictitious persons and places ;
translation 01 inreiRii ijuoiatious. it is in
alualilo in tlio huinv, olllcc, Btuily, and
Tki Pun Croat Stnmlnrtt Authority.
Hon. P.J. llrrncr. .InMlcoof U.S. Surreinn
rnurt. wrtti-4 i "'llin inlern.'illuiiil DlctionarT Is
(ho iHTfocllcin of (Iktlon.uk'K. I imnni'ml It to
mloituovnu rrc.it claimant nutliorliy.
Svlil by All JlouKsctkri.
G. .C- O. Mcrrlatu Co.
CSJTV not lmyrlifapliotfk
C3"Senit for f rco prtxprclus.
Any one whose Watch has a
bow Cring),will never
cry. It is fhe only
cannot be twisted of
and is found only
Boss Filled and ot
cases stamped with
this trade niaik.
AK your Jewclc
tend to the
rcivcrl(Mi HUmiiii lyr IVorlis.
Prank J!. Peek 15iorton, Nebraska.
s nud (Ijcb clothon, nnd guarantees
ciinvoiion ip nil cases. Whipping
uioifiH puin ono wn. Quick llino and
'....... V tirw'PM I i!li I na' I ruLpnu .1'il,c
Ictiinod Xul8 ont' wraps of nil UIikIh
tljcd to look
im i ,viui
i via imxaniiWMaBanrram
rti . rnvn
"ii i :i.vii,Fm..t,':Bi y vm.!:,i'i:.n,i''wt
Iiaye oc- n
bow that I
the case, I
on Jas. I
or watch I
r for a pamphlet, or H
itch Cuss Co., I
HARD TIME8 U AUSTHALIA.
A (lira I liurnisH In (,'rlmr nml Destitution
Duo to IndU'tlliil Deprenilou.
Advicvu from Attstraliu by tliofitenincr
Wnrrinioo bIiow an iilurmiiigltivrcaM) in
t'HMUiiltictj, clinics mill nciitc diitrc'M.
Tlio jiolico uto titmblo to copu with lrs
pcriito hoiHi'ljrculcurtf. who Hwnriu in tlio
Inrgo eltlcH. A fow tliat lirivo btoit ur
rested glvo uh mi cxciiro that fnmliio
ilrovo llicm to d cuds of violence. Koveral
of tho poliecmeii attuckeil by burglarsut
Sydney nro dying. Tho mtrvivors have
bi'cn promoted nnd given bonuses by Sir
On ono duy last week nt Sydney, be
sides u score of petty robberies, tho city
hospital was robbed of all its valuables
by nurses. Mercrcdio & Drew, manu
facturers, wero robbed ef 50.000 by em
ployees. F. Coxon, merchant, was robbed
by an employeo of a largo ettm. Threo
young womou suceeedod in passing a
number of counterfeit checks. Charles
Gruham, a postofllco clerk, embezzled
$200 from tho postofllco.
Tho government's claim is that tho un
employed problem is too complicated to
solve. In 5yd noy ijViOO each week 13
spent in aiding C00 families. Five thou
sand men in South Australia liavo asked
the governor to cull a special bession of
parliament to discuss means to aid them.
Tlio governor refused. Then they waited
on Premier Kingston, but tho premier
would prtttniso nothing. lie told them
that though they wero in want of food
they had refused to break 1J yards of
rock per week for rations, and ho could
do no more. Tho delegation said thoy
would not break rock for food alone.
Thousands are sleeping hit hi; open nlr,
nnd several havo starved to death. At
Dotirke, Afghans nud Europeans tpuir
rcled over u division of lubor, and n
bloody row occurred, Tho most tragic
suicides out of 1)8 in ono week, directly
tho result of hurd tltnos, nro: F. W. Wil
son, tho biscuit manufacturer of Bris
bnno, shot himself; William O'Connor,
lodger in tho European hotel, Melbourne,
jumped from tho fourth story nnd dashed
his brains out on tho pavement; Kato
Brooks, n pretty English girl, starving,
got drunk and killed herself with poison;
Joseph 13, meruit, n miner out of work,
said goodby to his family and exploded
a cartridge in his mouth. San Frauds
A ROMANCE IN IT.
An Interesting Content Tn tlio I.itiul Oilier,
nnd tint Young Woman Wins.
Tho llual decision of tho secretary of
tho interior in the laud case of Francis
L. Box and Jerry Dammon against Jessie
M. Sinclair hns been received. The case
was tried in tho local land ofllco In lfc!U.
Tho decision was in favor of Miss Sin
clair. Box and Dammon nppculed, and
the commissioner of tho general laud
ofllco aillrmed tho decision of tho local
ofllco Aug. 23, 1803. Both defeated
parties again appealed to tho (secretary,
who has now confirmed the commission
er's division in favor of Miss Sinclair.
It i hcldoui thern is a tiiiKcof romance
nbont n land ofllco case. There Is in this
ono. Miss Sinclair, whoso homo was at
Durand, was a hchooltcacher. Her nfTec
Hoiib had been gained by a worthy young
man whoso homo is not fur from the
Sinclairs in Pepin county. Both wero
poor. She determined to do her part in
gi ing herself and her future husband n
start, nnd with this purposo fcho settled
on thu land in question, a portion of tho
famous water reserve territory. Tho
hind slio gots is worth nbout 1,.00, hav
ing valuable pine on it. Tlio young
lady's friends htato tho wedding will
tako plnco in tho near future. Secretary
Hoke Smith's decision has uottled that.
Eau Clairo (Wis.) Special.
T. C. II. nnd Itojnlty.
A gentleman just returned to London
from the racing nud other festivities nt
Cannes calls my attention to a social
feature of tlio royal gayetics iu tho past
fortnight which will bo of special inter
est to Americans. Ono of tho first nets
of tho Prince of Wales on his arrival at
tho lUviera wns to make n pcrsouul call
upon n private citizen of the United
Stntes. Two days later tho priuco invit
ed him to lunch, nu invitation which tho
American was unable- to accept, becauso
hohiinsolf was that day entertaining ex
Empress Eugenie, Grand Dtiko Michel
nnd other royal guests. It is n fact well
known In all courts and mlons on tho
continent that no untitled Individual in
all Europo is so cordially welcomed in
the most exclusive circles of royalty and
aristocracy as this mini. His naiuo is
James Gordon Bennett. Now York
Sun's London Letter.
The readiness with which French ju
ries acquit husbands who tako tho lives
of their wives' lovers leads sometimes to
awkward mistakes by too hasty spouses.
An unlucky glazier was repairing tho
window of tho boudoir of a lady whom
her husband suspected, Tho master of
tho house entered and caught sit;ht of
tho man behind a curtain. IIo pulled a
revolver without a word and fired at tho
glazier, who is now in tho hospital bad
ly wounded. The husband feels very
foolish, but Is willing to pay a big bill of
damuges. Paris Letter.
All Important Itiiihtny,
Tlio important strategic railway con
necting Tien-tsin with Shan-hai-Kwan,
tho town tit the eastern foot of the great
wall, where It runs down to tho gulf of
Liutong, Is now completed, and tho now
Chinese minister to London traveled by
it last week. IIo was thereby enabled
toieach the pea and get a steamer inr
Shanghai instead of having to remain
tlio winter iu Tieu-tsin or bo curled
down by chair nearly u thousand miles
uvei Intnl. Tirii-lsiu being frozen up fiom
Dccembiv until Muich, - London Times.
The Philadelphia Inquirer quotes sta
tistics showing that, whllo New York re
ceived 0.T per cent of the World's fair
imports, Philadelphia received only one
(hiid of 1 per cent. It doclarcs that 'fa
romn.'EI Paso and Laredo nro commer
cially ahead of Philadelphia, audit wuutu
to know why these things are bo,
CARRIED OFF BY A WOLF.
Alliby rtpncnnil AIIki' ft 1 1 ml Houn Carried
Two Mill s by Its Captor.
Last Saturday a big wt If which has
terrorized tho people of thuBumpns envo
region, in North Carolina, for tho last
two or three years entered tho cabin of
n mountaineer mined Brown during tho
momentary abscneo of tho housowifo,
nud, seizing thu only occupant, nu infant
U months old, by the clothing iu tho re
gion of tho chest, lifted it from tho rudo
cradlo and bore it uwny into tho moun
tains. When tho mother luturneil to tho
house and missed the baby, she rushed to
tho door just in time to see tho wolf and
its precious burden disappeur into tho
Thodlstrnctcd woman began toscream.
This brought thohusband, who was chop
ping wood not far away, to tho scono in
a high statoof oxcitement. Tho story
from tho lips of tho hysterical mother al
most drovo tho bravo fellow daft, but ho
soized his ax, called his dog nnd started
iu hot pursuit. Thoro wore nbout two
Inches ot snow on tho ground, nud it prov
identially enabled tho despcrato father
of tho kidnaped infant to striko tho trail
of the wolf immediately uftor leaving
his doorynrd. Onco upon tlio track of
tho beast, ho rushed tlffottgh tho moun
tains with a speed born of distraction,
expecting overy moment to como upon
tho old assassin liokiug his chops red
with tho warm blood of his victim.
About two miles from his cabin tho
tracks of tho wolf led tho pursuor under
a long shelf of rock protruding from tho
sido of a mountain. There was no snow
hrc, nnd tho fathor lost tho trail, but ho
now urgod his dog, which up to this
time he had compelled to remain with
him. Tho dog took tho lead, nnd tho
man followed, fully expecting to find tho
entrance to tho wolf's den, from which
ho could hardly hopo to get the baby
nllvo. But his fears were groundless.
IIo soon canto upon his faithful d.og wag
ging his tail and looking down nt n llttls
white buudlo at his feet. It was tho
baby, sound asleep nnd most frozen, np
parently unhurt otherwise
Brown took oil his coat, and wrapping
tho infant snugly in it stnrted hastily for
homo. Ho soon mot his wifo and two or
threo of tho neighbors to whom sho had
givon tho alarm. It wns n most remarka
ble rescue. Tho mountaineers say that
it wns only n freak of the "mad" wolf,
but tho little ono no doubt owes its lifo
to u drenching of potroleum given it for
somo cutnneous nffection by its mother
just boforo it was carried away. Tho
odor of tho oil was too much for his
wolfship. Ho probably sniffed nliout
tho child after laying it down under tho
rocks and preparing to make n delicious
meal, then left iu disgust, St. Louis
Smfiic llm Vroi of Water Tlint Washed
tho l'rlrst Who Died ltccently.
Tho latest event in tho roligious world
is tho death, funeral and cremation of
tho chlefest priest of tho largest and
most powerful Buddhist sect In Japan.
Tho funeral was attended by many tons
of thousands of peoplo from all over
Japan. Tho person of this priest is so
very sacred, and nnything that has come
in contact with it so vory procious in its
merit und powerful iu its efficacy tosavo,
that every drop of tho water that was
used in washing tho body nftor death
was eagerly sought for nnd gratefully re
ceived by tho priests nnd laymen alike,
Llttlo bamboo joints wero usod as
vials in which to roeeivo nnd carry away
tho precious fluid. This water will bo
used as drops of saving elixir when tho
body of bomo believer Is washed for its
burial ns n fow drops of tho nttar of
roses might bo used in a bath nnd tho
ono receiving this wnshing will bo insur
ed a snfo and happy entrnuco into the
Sad, sad, unspeakably sad, nnd yot
millions of these peoplo beliovo this to
bo true. Correspondence Independent,
Hunt Lines for tlio Mnrunl.
That interesting member of tho Brit
ish nristocrncy, tho Murrmls of Ailes
bury, will bo adjudged a bankrupt if
within n month ho does not pay $1,230,
000 duo to creditors nbovo certain doubt
ful assets. Tho marquis has been gal
lantly endeavoring to prevent this con
summation since 1800, when bankruptcy
proceedings wero first commenced
agninst him, nud tho delny secured is n
rnro tributo to his cunning or that of his
lawyers. Ills lordship's chief lament Is
that ho is married, and therefore unablo
to wed an hoiress. IIo has no doubt of
his personal attractions or of tho com
mercial vnluo of his titlo, Yet theso
cplcndld nssots nro unrealizable because,
years ago, whou ho was young and had
plenty of money, ho married Dolly Tes
ter out of a musio hall at Brighton,
London Cor. New York Sun.
I.hcly IllddliiK Tor mi Heirloom.
Tho sum of $1 ,30 is rather a high price
to pay for u turkey dish, yet this is tho
flguro at which ouo was knocked down
to ii purchaser iu Penn township at tho
snlo of personal property of Levi Geiss.
Tho dish is a rare old pieco of chiimware,
beautifully ornamented, and was pur
chased SO years ago at a sale by Mr.
Geiss for 2.G0. Each of his children ex
pressed a deslro to havo it, nnd as thoy
could roach no agreement ns to who
should bo tho owner thoy docided to put
it up nt tho salo of tho other household
effects. It was started nt $10 nud run
up rapidly nt $20 n jump until it wns
nwardod to tho youngest son Peter at
ijl,tl70. Reading (Pa.) Dispatch,
Whitt They Thoitcht f Child.
A pix'NH clipping bureau has just com
jileted n collection of 11,500 nuwfrpaiier
commuuts on tho lifo and works of Q,
W. Childs. Tho two volumes iu which
they havo boon caiefnlly nnd chronolog
ically pasted nro beautifully bound in
black morocco. Among all tho clippings
thero wns only ouo that mtido nu unkind
remark regarding Mr. Childs.
And Well Done.
The cry of ' 'Weill man" will be heard
TvLtm tho latest oxpedltion reaches the
lorlU pole, Newport New.
IS AS SAFE AND
It is appllod right to tho parts. It curoa all diseases of womou. Any
lady can uso it horsolf. Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS. Mallod to any
addross on rocoipt of $1.
Dr. J. A. McGlll & Co., 3 and 4 Panorama Placo, Chicago, 111.
Jfor sate h C X Cot hit.
Peoples Bank of Red Chud,
Rkd Cloud, Nebraska,
Transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention given to Collections.
Banking Ofllco in Miner Bros Store.
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
UED CLOUD, NED.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
WRIG VT TT
Is the right man when you want
An endless variety of stoves.
Wire and Everything in the line,
TW L V lBr V Wr W il- II rvy
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor
other Narcotic suhstnnco. It is a harmless tmbslitiilo
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothinjr Oyrups, nnd Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years mo by
Bullions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms nudallnya
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Cauloria rolioves
teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulutes tho otomacli
nnd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
' Castoria la an excellent medlclns for chil
dren. Mothers hat e repeatedly told mo of Its
Good effect upon their children."
I),i. a. C. Osaoop,
" CostorK la tho bvt remedy for children of
which I am mqtialnted. I hopo tho diy Is not
fur dUtant u hen mothers wlllcotndJcr tho real
InUTiRtof Ihelr children, nnd hho Castoria In
Blend of the vnrloti3Uftck nostrums which oru
destroying their loved ones, by forclngoplutn,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby ceuduig
them to prematura craves."
Du. J, F, KlNCBELOC,
Tho Ooutanr Company, TT
AV. A. Sherwood,
Address THE CHIEF,
Red Cloud, Neb a
" Castoria li so well adapted to cliIKlren lha
I recommend It oj sujierior toany prcscrlpUco
knoira to inc."
H. A. AncitErt.a, D.,
ill Go. Oxford tit., DrooUlyu, N. y,
"Our pliyslchnt in tho children's depart
ment lino ppoLtii highly of their experl
euco In their outkido practleo Willi Ca-storla,
nnd although wo only h.io anion; our
medical supplies wliat Is l.nonn 03 legular
producta, jet wo nro frco to confess that the
merits of Castoria lias won us to look with
favor ujion It."
Umtuu Hospital amj Disi'itxsAiir,
AtLin C. Buitii, iex.,
Murray Stvoot, ?Jow Yovfc City.
Kiln iiiHH ill i At
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