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 (April 19, 1895)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APHIL 1!, 1S)5.
Tell Your Wife
that you have
read that Sauta
Clans Soap is
one of the
tions of the
her that it
will save her
her time, save
The merits of
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
appeal at once to every thoughtful womnu. It's the best, purest, mm
inost economical soap to be procured. .Sold everywhere. Made only by x
The N. K. Fairbanh Company, - Chicago.' J
The Book of
My II. II. It.iucioii, 'Hie lllvtorlm."
A work ot Ono Thousand Imperial Folio
pnep, twelve, by Bixteen inches,
printed on tho tineot pniimeled
pupnr, on tho Miehlo prepp, us ex
hibited in Muchinory Ilnll. Thifl
Forty Pages Each.
There will be over tl.r.OO SUIT.RB PIC
tures ot rill sizes up to u full page.
A chapter on
Fairs ot the Past
From tho Cryntal l'alaeo of 18..2 to tho
PariH PApottition ot 1SSD. Tho
Imposition wns but for n moment
while tho book in for nil time, and
Should be in
taolu ly "iibsi'i iptiou onl. tin eaty pay
inentH of tilj cents a day. For
further particular apply to
JPriifffist A' itooI:seI!er
ESTAKent for thin eompany.
Thu O. K. Simp,
t'llcil C'lotnl, - .tchruslta.
I give niy per-onnl attention to my
patrons. I'Vst-ulnss plmving and hnir
cutting n pi (Malty.
UTCIIISON & II I ATT,
4th AviNur, - iti.iiC'i.nui), NrnntRKA
First-class barbers and tlrst-olusa work
gunrnnteed Give mo u call
ASE & McNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
CollectionH promptly nttendod to, nnd
rvR. J. S. KMIUU,
ltED Cloud, - - Nkiiraska.
f Oxer Tiijlor't I'uriilliire Store.
Uxtr.iets teeth without p.dn.
Clown nail limine- work 11 specialty.
3'urcel.iln lnl,i. iiiul all kinds of koI'1 flillnRS.'
Makes uoM ami rabbet plates anil combination
All work tnniMiitfoil to lie Urst-clans.
I W. TUIjLKYS, M. J).
llonnroiiif lilt' lli)lrlaii,
Ituil Cloud, - Xchrutwii.
Ofllco opposite. Vint Nntlimul Hunk.
II. H.Kxiuiiliiliii: suwon.
Chronic diseases treated liv mill.
licrinun Insurance Co , I'ri'cport. III.
ltoy.il piiin alien Co , Liverpool, niiKliind
IIoiiii' l-'ire liisur.iiico Co.. o uin.di.t, Niur.
I'lui'iiK Assurance Co, lit London, I.iik.
To . Manchester lire AsiHianetiCii, ol Ktiid.ilul.
Hrltlsh America Assuiiiuce Co. Toronto, Can.
Mulu.d Itcsene I'iiiiiI Life Astii.ot N. V.
Tint Workm.ui IiiiiIiIIiik and Until Association
ot Lincoln, .Wlii.isk.i
Olliee oor Mizor'ii Ktoro.
. Red Ci.oun, Nkiiuaska
G. P. Stapleton,
Make a xpet'lully ol" Hcpulrliig
Haggles ami Carriages.
Horso-alioonig and I'low Work prompt
ly attended to, and t'ikcH
Trotting and Running Horses,
And ull work expected of a tlret
p Soulli uf the Lmuidry.jror hMlebyLolllii(,r DniKKUl
BLOCKED BY DRIFTS.
KnllrnniU In ttio Wiwl nt I tin Mercy nf
Kansas f'lty. Mo.. April 10 The rail
roads lime Loon battlliiK with u ntw
enemy In Webtetn Kansas and Knstein
Colorado Mnco last Kilday nlKht. It
was u rotnliliuitloti sand and Bnow
storm which swept over those lectins,
complitily detnnialti'lnK train Hcln'il
lllei) and cauInK seiloiiB Ineonvenleneo
and dlHcoiufort to tuivelrrs. Tho llnlies
of snow and particles of Hand inlnKb'd
and were dilsen across the piulil'n at
u terrible speed by the Bale which blew
Incessantly for two duyi There was
no loss of human life because the
Btorm was nut accompanied by the
usual tlrf-iee of cold, but many cattle
and liuiwH in Wesitrn Kansas are ie
ported to haw bven NtilToeated by thu
wlilrlltu: clouds of sand
Tho sand and miow tilled up the l all
road cuts and bulled the tiaik. The
bihiw melleil anil thu mind wttled down
In a haul, unlcldlm; muin, ltotaiy
snow plows and all the modem mechan
ical npplluiices for the battling with
miow Uilfts were upelcss uKulnst this
new enemy, und tin rallionil comimnlea
were comjielled to engai;i men with
picks nnd shovels to n-move thf fand
from the Hack; The work was Iickuu
while Uie Kali' was still In ptofjics and
the sufferlm; of the workmen Is said to
have been Intense.
TRACING I'OSTOFFICE THIEVES.
flrlii(;lkl() OllliiiiN ui(i to It tin Die
RprliiKtleld III , April 10 The robbers
of the Sprlnntleld prptn'ilci- hne bi'rn
traced to I.ltchlli-ld and It Is Ix-llevi-d
to be n question of only n little time
when they will be under arrest.
Information was reroled here yrs
tenlay that on the day following the
robbery a fanner IUIiik f"nr miles north
of Lltehflelil loft a sunev and two
hoMes at Vooilues' lhery stable at that
place. Kiiiiif; they would be culled for
by the nwneis As the owners did not
call the llvoi)mnn became sukplcloun
and bej;an telophoulnR to nelKhbortliK
towns to ascertain If theoutUt Imd bren
stolen It was tlnally found the rlK and
the hoises wric the tuoptrty of a
llvei vmaii nt WaKliei, Montgomery
county The fatiiiei, who took
them to Litchfield, says on the
iiften.oon of th" lobbeiy four men
rliove up to bis house, and, s.iylli.; their
hoi-si .s wtie tiled, askeil him to
taKi? them on to UtchfUld They also
lnsti ur ti i! him to take their lm i s and
iilirey to I.luiui, hi nftei the hnses had
been lltell and to le.lVP them at Voor
hei s" Htable The deseilptlon of the
men tallies with the photoKiaphs In the
po.o. hslon of Inspector Gould and alho
with the desolptlon of tho men who
were sreii ij 1 1 I ti(7 away from the I'res
bjterlan rhureli eorner In this city n
few minutes after the robbery oc
cun'ed. The lobbeis nie well-known eiooks
nnd ate wanted in New Yoik nnd other
pi uen for safe er.u kln They aio sup
Im.'pd to be the name nu-n who lobbed
the Auburn bank lecently.
DEAF MUTES HOME AFIRE.
IliiiiutvH Out of 1) nicer, but bli Em"
pin) cm Hutu N.irrou' l,hrnpe.
New Yoik. April 10 File started on
the second lloor of the mechanical de
paitment ot the New Votk Institution
for the Deaf and Dumb at Oao Hundred
and SIM -fifth stteut and tho boulevard
near midnight last nlKht The building,
a thiei.stoiy bilck, Is a total wreck.
The Ions H ostlmaticl at J30.000 on bulld
Iiik and $10,000 on maehlneiy and stock
Kb: men w'eie asleep on the lloor above
wheic the Hi,, stinted Thiee of theni
crawled down laddeis put aiTaliift the
window .4 Two iitheis weie pattly over
come by smoke nnd had to be carried
down by tie lln-MK'ii. The other man,
William Mi" iffrey. Jumped fiom n win
dow nnd w.is si.ij Injured All the
Inmnt.si.iK i.s ued without Inluiy.
Kvery bUnltiDHs iihiii pIioiiiiI h . i n
his olllee; it is an Invaluable companion
"The Hand MoNalu llailwa (In 1
An ntnVWVllilil Tnvn.l.. nrl KTt....m. fVrtl
Bold byUrugKistfl or cent by mall. 25c., GOc
na $1.00 per package. Pumplca free
Tlio Tuvorlto TOOTB MOTIS
Captain Hwccnry, U.H.A.,Fnn niepro.Cal.,
Bays i "Blilloli'a Catarrh ltemeily la tho llrst
medicine 1 havo o erf ound that would do mo
ayBood.,, l'rlco m eta. Hold by Drugglsta.
r Trrrfl OntAT Coonn Cima promptly eu.ru
Borrml; hascurea tbauiande,aDdxrlll enna
too, it taken uitlme. ftt S3 cU, CO ttt,LW.
X rlw rT DZIH
lllllir ILf? I I J ir Jt hsaMheWfteM
W15D FQR & C&nr' IT IWIIMnT rnuc 1
SIX MEN ENTOMBED.
BUSINESS HOUSE COLLAPSES
AT WHEELING. W. VA.
TIip Mriiilurr lliul Itrrn Conilriiineil
Setrrul Ai'iir Ako 1 wrnlj-tlirro .lien
Ilril In Hie Uli tt iu Mine I)l
aitvr. WheelltiB. W. Vn , April '. .-This
motnltiK, shrntly after o'clock, the
five-story limine" house of Chapm m
St Sons .in Main stieet , In the whole
sale dlsttlet, and the ihIJoIiiiir four
stun hatdwate estiibllshment of T. T.
IlutehluMin MtnL'.i nly collapsed and
bulled sl pei oiM In the uilns "Dad"
Wllllalii" a eaipenlet, escaped with
Betlotis Injutlis, but the followlm; at
taches of his establishment weie en
tombed T T llutelilnson, met chant and pro
prletot M J A I'l'id, salesman.
P J Iloiiin, clerk.
CUKetie Hiiirli. clerk.
Hob Winches, cletk.
Western L'nlon inessenRer hoy, Hany
Cowl, ciuiulit In the alley and bulled.
Hutchinson was taken out with two
ribs broken and other lujuiies and can
The Hutchinson bulldliiK was of IlKht
construction and ears iiko was de
clined unsafe The lite depal tiuent did
effective wik In keeping down tho
flumes, while nlunteei H went to the
rescue of the victims of the disaster. '
At 10 LT. o clock Michael I'ord was
taken fiom the lulus alive but fatally
hurt. He Irid bei n pinned beneath an
Iron glider and the dead body of young
Hornn lay across him.
It Is now known that the Hev Kather
II. !'. I'm l;o. lcnr-Kcnoial of the Cath
olic diocese, Is under the uilns He was)
on his way to the cathedial from a
train whin the walls fell.
frightful KimiltH of the .Mine i:i lnsliin
."Sc.ir U liiitiiini, WiihIi.
Seattle, Wash., Apill ..Special dis
patches to the I'ost-l.m lllM'i luvr hai
been ieculed heie from Whatcom,
Wash, giving full p. u denials of thu
disaster at Blue Cunmi mine In which
twenty-thiee mlneis lost tin Ir lles.
The corpses weie all iecoeied and ate
lying In n blaeksuilth shop near the
tunnel of the mine. Only two men
who weie In the mine when the explo
sion occur! ed escaped death.
MINK Ht'l'T DAVID Y. JONHS.
JAMKS M Nt'TTY.
J. A MOHOAN
A I.i:. ANDHU 1 1 KN I UlUICHfjON.
Ll'CAS LOTA K A.
ANDKUHON, ANDUHW. marilcd.
CHASE, i: P
KIItHY. .IAMi:S. nmtrled.
M'ANUHHW, JAMHS, mauled,
SILVERMAN, CHAIILHH, mauled.
Zb'LlSKA. MIKH, mauled.
The exploxlou oceuned shoitly be
fore :: o'clock, when the shift would
hae been changed and the mlneis were
nlieady climbing the steep hill to tnko
the places of the men killed. This dln
BHtei was undoubtedly caused by an
accumulation of lire damp, which wan
explodid b a blast In the btcast of tho
gnngwu. The fnces of the men who
were woiking In the hi east are badly
burned, but a majoriu of those who
were working In the rooms off the gang
way wore ont slightly dltfrlgurod by
the fire und many not at all Physicians
and miners say that the men working
in the bronst must have been killed by
thu shock of the explosion, while the
otheis succumbed to the tire dnmp as
they slid down from the rooms to the
gangway, then tilled with deadly gas,
Kuiu. the only mlnei who escaped
fiom auv of the looms, sas that he
war not stunned or even thrown down
by the shock, though Morgun, who was
working with him, wno killed.
Kcms' light was not extinguished nnd
he saw up tiro lie slid down tho chutu
to tho gong" ay, losing his IlKht, und
managed to make his way along the
pussuge over dead bodies and piles of
coal to the oijen air, but hefoie he
Vouched the entiance the work of rescue-
had commenced Out in tho tunnel
ho met a party of brave miners groplnft
tholr way Inwaid ub fust As the o"iapi!
of the poisonous gas permitted
This party and others following
pushed Into tho mine and carried out
the bodies of the dead mlneis as thuy
cfcme upon them scattered along the
gangway The Hist body found was
that of the mule dilvei, lying beshb
the dead nnlmnl. aio feet from the
mine entiance. From there to the tall
of the gangway, a distance of about 900
feet, bodies wen- seatt led along us
they fell from the chutes leading to the .
rooms Most of the bodies showed lit
tle eid(iue of a stiugglo and 111 most
Ir st Hires death apparently came
(1 1 kl- I
M Ap hews' body was found burled
tuidi i a slide of coal and McNulty was '
upon Ids hands and knees about twenty !
ards fiom when- he had been woiking I
and his handktfichlcf was tied over his I
nobo and mouth. A 1 that Is now pos
sible Is being donu to alleviate the dls
trehs of the families of the deceased.
The pusldent of the company, M H.
Downs now In New York, has bten
notified ly wire. Collins have been or
ilend and after the In jueht the bodied
will be tukin to Whatcom.
OnirlnU ruizli'il ut Urn I)ily.
Washington, April . State depart
mont offlclnlH are puzzled at tho delay
In receiving an ofjlclal report upon the
esse of ex-Unltcd States Consul waller,
reported to be languishing In u Trench
military Jail In Madagascar. It It now
nine days since the department co,bled
to United States Consul Campbell at
1'ort Louis, Marltlus, the noarest cablo
point, for a report, Tho delay In tho
ense may be caused by difficulty Consul
Camphell Is xporlenclng In -t,tIiiK In
formation from th rresneh mdals,
who are not well dliposod towards him
on account of somn trouble that arose
over the granting of his exequatur.
DE LESSEPS INLAND SEA.
Hie Ureal l'rniiiiipr' elirmn In ltrtoro
lertlllty In nrllirru Afrlei.
Tho Into Count dc l.tMscps was nt
ono time onaed in u diirlno; und at
tnu,tlo ciicliiui'rin s(iittii, with
which tho public is not ieti rallv fit
miliar Its object was to I'lvalo u now
kii und tlioroby ivstorc to fiMlillty
nnd cixllliition a lurp part of North
Ma do I oivst, now of NullttN'. .1 ,
n fornief olllci'f In thu Trench iirni,
met Ids famous countrv iiinn nt this
'I met Count do l.ossops." ho t-ald,
"In Hl. nt (iubi's, in .soiitliirii Tunis,
whiM'i1 I hud been or.lei'i'il with u
.(tia Iron of caxnlry. Slinrll.v after
my niTital ho canii' with u siifiovlnir
party to malto soiiuiliuo;s for the pro
posed Interior sea. I hud orders to
iiliu'o nt his dlspostit both men und
lioros, und tho dischnre-t of this duty
bt'Oiii;lit mo into ulinost ilull.v colli
mtinleutloti with him until his ilopart
The Interior sen nt Hint llmo
uroiised all his otithtisiusm Ho
brought to bear tho wiinu perstiusivo
powers that ho tted when pr.iinotine;
tho Sue und tho I'unumu cumiN and
onlerprics. To sceptics ho ulwu,s
roplied -It can bo done, and it will
Ikj done, if tho novornmont will ejivo
me the money to do it with.'
"Its pnipo oil ntva oinbraced the
cntlro plain l.lnj; to tln i-outhwiird
of tho boundary lini'di'iiwu from (iab s
vlatiuNu lo Taiiiciva. 'I'ho praetn-u
bllity of tho M'liiMini was suppoi'ted by
many facts. It was piovcd that an
iuluud m'u hud coMM'oil in uneieiit
times tho area which it wus iuii-nlod
to I'ood. The level of tho l.m I wns
Ui'iierally below that of the gnt of
(iubes. Inuumerublo uudi iviouud
Htreunis of fresh und -ait wab v arc
found in tlm southern purl of Al
gcriii und Tunis.
"I ho water wns to bo mi iplic I to
tho inland -eu from the yulf of dabus
Tho tides would liuvn a minimum ,
depth stilllcieut to allow of the pass
ii"o in ull directions of llirhi i.oats
But tho mot valuable resiil id the
nehomo, it win held, would lie t h
storotho unclent fertility of tin- en in
try und to opposu a barrii r to tho
sirocco, t'ii deadly burnnio; win I
which piles up tlio desurt Mind about '
the oa-es and llnally buries them
"M. do l.ossops dwult on these 1 en
ollts with boundless enthiis asm end
imiiinution Hurled lilies v. o '.I h
uncartlied, and tho coins , mi of I l
Djhem. now a ei'iiiiiblin-.r ruin, but
oiieo approaeliirief that of Koine in
!, would bo uccossible to a.lmii 11
"M. do l.ossops i,.ft the work in thu
hands of the general stall of tho
i'runeh uriny. h wlnnn it is now sup
posed to be eurriuil on. Whether nnv
proiess isbenio; mailu I do not know."
lltelll I. lot el.
A lawyer who makes a sp-elalti nf
tho patent bitsinos,. no manor just
whoro his olla'o is located, wus i al d
to tho further West in u e:iso itl . n' -I
n if u mort.'Ui." on a farm 'I'ii je.
limiiiiiry Ik arin' was luforo an ulil
fashioued iis'ie" of the pe.ie , win)
had no lilyli r-arl for tlu ways of
men fiom the city. At some point in
thu cas, the iii;i,'istrit put in a few
remarks and tho isitln ' luwyor eol
lided with lilin. Tho diseussiiui r-v.
warm and at last tl: m.iistruto for
euttiii"; his ili"iiit, und his position,
Who aro ou, any way?" he blurt si
"Woll," roplied tho lawyer, I am
P'raps yon aro. but I never h -anl
ono talk like jon do. What km I of
a ono aio you?"
"I'm a patent attorney."
Thu nuieIhtrato riiobcd his chin for
"Woll. all I've got to say Is," he
said hlowly. "thut when tin' patent
expires, I don't b"lino you can eor
ot it renewed ajju'it."
Right Arm Paralyzed!
Saved from St. Vitus Dance.
"Our daughter, IHanchc, now fif
teen years of ago, had been terribly
allliclcd with nervousness, nnd had
lost thocntiro tisoof her right arm.
Wo feared St. Vitus dance, and tried
tlio best physicians, with no bcnellt.
.She has taken three bottles of Dr.
Miles' Nervine nnd has gained III
pounds. Her ncnousiiessnnd Kvnni
tomsof St. Vitus danco arc entirely
gone, Bhc attends school regularly,
and has recovered complete uso of
her arm, her appetite is hpleudld." y
TMK3. It. It. UULLOCK, Urlb'lilon, N. Y.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is wild on ft nosltlrs
Rimrnuteo Unit tlio llrst boiilo ulll henellt.
ilriiUKlstHhellltlitfl.Q bottles for J.I, or
It wilt lm sent, prei;ild, on receipt of price,
j wu ur, iuiii uuuitui wa, Liknari, luu,
I'ain Tills, "Onoccntadujc." Atdrui;i:lts.
Elcpant In Dcslpn Szs
Superior In Workmanship
Strong and Easy Running
Hartfords arc the sort of bicycle most
makers charge f100 for.
Columbias are far superior to so-called
"specials," for which 512(? or even -150 is asked.
It is well to be posted upon the bicycle
The great Columbia plant is working for
the rider's benefit, as usual.
If fiA IH V n AVia
PLAIT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
UKD CLOUD, NKH.
Lumber, Linn-, C'o;il nnd Cement.
liOSS & llllE,
CITY DEAY lilHia,
Ordors Ordromptry flllod. "Sour piitroniiKO aolloltod
GrRI'AT Y;l UK
ft ii Yrt Wei WiB,
a twenty page journal, is tlio leml'inu' liVpublican fauiil) paper of tho Uuitet
Ktati h. It m u NATIONAL l-WM I I.V PAIT.i:, ami gucHiill thegonernl newaot
tho United States, 1 1 gives iho i ciiIh of foirlu liuids in a nutnliell. Its "AC!
UlCUIrUUAl'ilepiiittnent has to piipiuioi in tho uiuiiliy lis "MAIIKKT
IJKPOUTS" nil) reeognruil nnlhoritj. Hepniate ilepiiitiiients foi "TIIK h'AMl
LVt'IUCId:i""OL'IJ YOUNti I-OLKS," imd "KCMKNUK and MKCIIANll'S.'
itH"ll(JMK and HOCMK'JV" colutntifi coiniiuiiid tho adiniration of whes and
(laiighterH. ItHgeneial polilicnl news, editoi mis and dlsuussionR aro ceiuireliun
hive, briliiant and ehauhtie.
A SPKCIALL'ONTnACTonableB uh to olfcr this Hplondid journal and TUB
ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1,25
vxsu i. aivax:i:.
(Tlio regular sucBuription for tlio two papors is 82,00.)
(ill S( ItlP'JIO.V MAV III (.IN AT ANY TI.Mi:.
M?-AddreBH all ordiira to TIIK CHIKK, Keil Cloud, Nebraska.
Write jour iiiiiuu ami uililrvNN 4iii a posliil viinl, nuuiI il to'jUco.
IIcnI, ICouiii ti, TrilMiiiti ICinlilliiu, Sv.w Vrk, uinl Niimplo
copy or tiii: vi:v vouii vi:i:iii.v tkiuu.m: win bo
iiiullvd lo you.
I Lost, Strayed and Stolen.
liuve toil iiioiit'y I))' nol hujlnu your IIiii'IIUnh,
SiuIiIIl'n, ItritllCK, Whips uiul nullum I'rom J. .
I'rom tliu pittli ol' cfonoiny by not buyliiK
C'ollurx und fjweiit 1'iuls IVoui J. O. Ilutler.
u koIUuii opporliinlly from you by not buying
your lluriiCN 4ooils or J. O. Ilullur.
lie U klrlclly in lliu lluruuNi. III. IliU Miring. Ho
will nvII you u pulr of IMuls I'or 50c, or u Tuiuii llur.
iichh i'or. Ht, in liivl, vvcrytliiiii; in liin line at butt rock
prices. TrliiuniiiK uiul repairing on short Notice.
j. o. iiUTixit,
rom mfg. co. S5
General Offices and Factorlei, rS
MARTPOKD, Conn. Mks
hnoh aToniai ISfCT
Boston, Chlcaco, San Francisco, Ur
flew York, Bnffalo, Providence. MM
Tir Colimililii faliione, a work iXi
o( liiglit'si art, telling ol nnd jilt t ur- Ml
and llatlforilsi, In free fromuny Col- f9CT
tinililit Agent, or Is mulled for two r
j-icnt stamps. ift
1M' I lie World
KIi CLOUB, NIC lilt.
Powered by Open ONI