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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895.
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Te Drtivor, Colorado Springs, M'
iteu mid Pueblo, Julj 4 to 8, titin fur
plat $2 for the rnund trip, giad to re
turn til September let.
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R , will gladly giv yu full infrmi
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fl. P. AT. A.. Om'". V.1.
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"For a long tlmo I had a terrible
pain at my heart, which fluttered Al
most, incessantly. I had no appetite
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pelled to sit up in bed and belch gas
from my stomach until I thought
that every tulnuto would bo my last.
Thcro was a fcelling of oppression
about my heart, and I was afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sweep
a room without resting. My hua
band induced mo to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and am happy to say It has cured
me. I now liavo a splendid appetlto
and Bleep wclL Ita effect waa truly
UBS. HAttttY 13. STARR, Pottivllle, Pa,
Dr.iiUtaneartOorohioId on a positive
guarantee that tho tlratbottlo will benefit.
AlidrngjclatascUltatll, 0 tattles for to, or
NltrjHALGIA cured by
Tux. "One cent u ilnso."
Dr. Mites' Pair
At nil druzaliits.
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authorized by th
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kill mid ntcrlhiK Inti'Krltr.
BIKDIVINKS from our own laboratory fur
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ircuro from observation.
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Office hours 0 to l and 7 to 8. Sunday 10 to 15.
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They are the product of the Largest
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Yitxt Cloud, Nebraska
Will attend sales nt rensonahlo flKures.
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HORSE THIEVES HANGED.
TWO OOTLAWS FOUND STRUNG DP
TO A LARGE TREE,
THE WORK OF LYNCHERS.
Plaaaa Aeraaa Their Dremiti Wh m Fla
card Kaadlng, "go Pariah AU Bona
Thiers" Ta Creak Border of
Oklahoma the Scene of the
Hanging Vm a Warn
ing to Outlaw.
GtrrnniK, Ok., July 3. At Pino Hoi
low, on the line of the Creek read-ration,
two unknown men were found
hanging to a large tree. Pinned across
their breast waa a placard reading, "So
Perish All Horse Thieves."
Ncorea of horses have been stolen In
that neighborhood and It in supposed
that the fanners caught tho tnon und
lynched them as a warning to others.
LATEST CUBAN NEWS.
A Havana Mayor Dlacrcillta the Rebellion
ad Irs It to OnUlilo Agitator.
Nkw York, July 3. Tho mayor of
Havana, or alcalde municipal, Senor
Kcgundo Alvarez, who arrived from
Havana yesterday on the Ward lino
steamer Orixaba, made u uon-commtttul
reply when nuked if the situation on
tho Island, from the standpoint of
the government of Spain, was
critical, but laid emphasis on
his characterization of the insurrec
tion as an Imported article. "It is
hard to estimate the number in tho
field," he said. "The revolutionists
are oonflnod to the small eastern end
of the island. They cannot, therefore,
be alarmingly numerous. Tho num
ber under arms Is certain .y not over
4,000. It Is true that they are suffi
cient to make a great deal of trouble,
Init they can never achieve the inde
pendence of tlio island. Their support
from tho country at largo Is far too
insignificant for that"
As to annexation to tho United
Htntes, the mayor said that the gener
ality of the 'eople had tu crncuptlon
of the project, while tho '.'00,000 or
more linropeans and their descendants
on the island were decldodiy opposed
to it "I do not blamo the govern
ment of the United States for tho
revolution." he continued, "but the
fact remains that the revolution had
its origin and has lis main, almost sole,
A special from Havana, says: "Gov
ernor Ueneral Martinez Cntupoe, acting
on tho supposition that the people of
Havana were secretly in sympathy
with the revolutionists, Issued a gen
eral order when he ttrstcuuto hero pro
hibiting private meetings under
penalties Not even the Masons
were exempted, but powerful lu
lluenco was Itrought to bear upon
him in thuir behalf and he at
length consented to modify tho
proclamation so that it would not
affect them. The grand lodge of tho
Island of Cuba, situated lu thin oity,
was overjoyed at this and the Masons
showed their gratitude to Campos in
many ways. All this joy, however,
was short lived, for tho governor gen
eral has issued another order specifi
cally prohibiting tneetingu of Masonic
lodges and an a result trouble is feared
In many quarters."
BOLD TRAIN ROBBERS.
Tho Southern l'aalllci OvarUnd Held l'p
ruparngrra and Mall Itntitird.
(SitANT'rt Pahs, Ore., July 3. The
Southern Pacific overland train, north
bound, was stopped last night ut 1():1S
o'clock by three highwaymen near Rid
dles, about thirty miles south of Rose
berg, sticks of dynuinitu placed on the
rail disabling the engine by blowing
the flanges off the pony trucks. With
tho fireman, two of tho highwu.vmun
searched every ear, from tlio express
car to the rear Pullman. .Nothing wus
obtained from tlio express cur, for
there was no treasure on board. In
tlio mull car tho Portland, Tnoomn,
Hostile and Victoria, Itrltlsh Columbia,
registered sackH were rifted. The pass
enirers were also searched pretty thor
oughly, but with what success Is not
One highwayman shot at Conductor
Kearney, who was in charge of thu
train, but missed him. The men
mounted horses and quietly rode away.
Superintendent Fields of tho South
ern Paoltio, lb an hour after ho learned
ut tho holdup, had two parties on the
way to the scene of the robbery one
of ofHcern and the other of mountain
eers. Kvery effort will bo made to
capture tho robbers.
TO BE SETTLED JULY 10.
Th MUMurart Democratic Cniuiulttee
Will l'robably Hurt Next Week.
St. Louis, Mo., July 3. Chairman
MafHt said to-day: "You can state
that there, will not be a meetiutr of the
"Mothers' Friend "
I havo been a midwife for many
years, and in each case where "MOTH
ERS' FRIEND" was used j accomplished won
ders and ihoitened labor and lessened pain, it
is tint best remedy for K1SINOOF THE
15REAST known, nnd worth tlio price
for that nloue,
Mrs. M, M. llrowster, Moutpomcry, Ala.
Sent by Express or mall, on receipt of price,
91.00 per bottle. Book "To Mothers" mailed
DRADFIELD REQULATOR OO., ATLANTA. O.A.
SOU) BT AU CUUQQI8T8.
REPORT OF TREASURER OF WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
Recapitulation, showing tho amount on hand January 1st, 1895, the collections einoa made, disbursement, and amount remaining on hand at the
close of the 30th day of Juno, 1895, In each and all of the several Funds stated.
Page Amt. on Amount Intent fukbs l)a- who Amount
KIND OP FUNDS. of hand flnt slnco , col- TRAMirsaRKD TOTAL burse TKMfsraRRiD now TOTAL
Report settlement collected lected fsom inents to onlmnrt
School and Univ Land 1 3C81 00 15G1 84 5243 83 3081 99 1601 84 B243 83
State "Con" 2 7008 23 4847 49 41 68 " 11897 40 7014 15 4883 25 11897 40
County General 3 2404 20 6203 18 43 17 Other Funda 38 54 8089 09 7859 76 Advertising Fund 90 30 739 03 8G89 09
County Bridge 4 589 09 1324 28 18 30 193173 1012 83 318 00 193173
County Railroad Bond 0 2472 23 93108 1101 3414 32 1014 85 2399 47 311132
County Bridgo Mandamus C 69 30 89 County General.. 89 89
County Poor House 1 12150 30 14 12194 12194 12104
County Insane 8 832 30 363 60 2 61 1198 43 359 24 839 19 1198 43
County Soldiers' Relief.... 0 10 85 21147 39 222 21 . 159 50 County General... 37 05 25 00 222 21
County Road 10 4115 705 80 154 748 49 748 49 718 40
Guide Rock Bridge Bond.. U 30 42 4 24 2 20 36 80 13 36 73 30 86
Red Cloud City. 12 58 04 1090 67 24 19 1178 80 1055 35 123 45 1178 80
Rod Cloud Water Bond.... 13 517 81 768 38 0 97 1290 10 830 38 405 78 1290 10
Rod Cloud Eloctric Light.. 14 10 15 20151 107 213 33 4 06 209 27 213 33
Red Cloud Waterworks... R 30 59 663 45 109 685 13 608 09 77 04 685 13
Bluo Hill Village 102 77 234 99 4 16 40191 385 87 10 0) 40101
Bluo Hill Water Bond 17 63 74 162 00 1 68 227 42 150 31 77 11 227 42
Guido Rock Vlllago 18 39 49 7160 197 112 90 48 97 (53 99 112 96
Township 10 1333 94 8495 13 14 42 4843 49 3003 79 1239 70 4843 49
Ststo Apportionment 20 .100 State Treasurer... 3073 51 3076 51 District Schools. . 30T6 51 3076 51
District Schools 21 5987 62 10740 98 77 84 Other Funda 4049 72 20856 16 16588 23 42C7 93 20856 16
School Bond , 22 4092 61 1564 40 12 00 5669 01 838 75 Other Funds 971 50 3855 76 f,669 01
8chool Mandamus" 23 120 82 SchoolBond 129 128 11 128 11 128 11
Intoreet 24 270 28 270 28 14 30 Other Funds 255 08 270 28
AdvortlBine 25 55 50 10 70 County General.. 90 30 102 50 162 50 102 50
State Relief ."." J 2000 00 2000 00 2000 00 2000 00
0670 60137432 72127013 7253 36I74C.0 064701)3 05 4435 8322198 08 74020 90
Foes and commission received from January 1st, 1895, to July 1st, 1895 1508 12
Registered and unpaid Gonoral Fund Warrants 2110 73
Registered and unpaid Bridge Fund Warrants 1001 90
Rogisterod and unpaid Soldiora' Reliot Fund Warrants 63 90
Rail Road Bonds 47500 00
I, J. S. White, County Treasurer, certify that the above is a true and correct statement of tho outstanding indebtedness of the county, and of all
monies received anil disbursed by me as county treasurer of Wobstor county, Nebraska, from tho 1st day of January, 1895, to tho first dny of July,
1895, to tho best of my knowlodge and belief as por statoment herewith submitted.
Subscribed und sworn to beforo mo this 2d day of July, 1895. J. S. WHITE,
seal L. H. FORT, County Clerk. County Treasurer.
state commlttteo called under any
olreumstancos before July 10. Two
of the members of the committee
arc out of the statu and they have re
quested piu not to call u moating bo
fore that time. I will not state who
they are, but tliey are both in favor of
holding a state convention. I believe
that enough of the counties will have
acted under my letter to insure a meet
ing of the committee by July 10 or
Congreaaman Outhwalta'a Blater Dead.
Clinton, Mo., July 8 Mrs. Mary A.
Ferguson, aged about SO years, died
hero at 2 o'clock this morning after a
long illness. She wae a sister of
Congressman Outhwaite of Ohio.
Dynamite In Dublin.
DtniLiN, July 3. A man named Pat
rick Redmond found a tin canister con
taining an Infernal maohlno on Boyno
atreet to-day". In attempting to open
the canister he caused tho maohlno to
explode, which killed him on the spot.
Ilackrd Over a Ilrldgo and KlUed.
Prhhy, Ok., July 3. Mrs. Thomas
Htewart was driving over a brido span
ning a small deep stream yesterday,
when tho horse backed tho buggy off
the bridge and fell upon her, killing
A I'ruulnn I'rlnceia aa a Catholic.
IIkki.in, July 3. According to gen
eral report here, the Princess Freder
ick Charles of Prussia, who has been
living in Italy for several months past,
is about to beenmo a Roman Catholic.
Took Too Mnch Morphine.
Topkka, Kan., July 3 Maximilian
White, son of Judge S. U. Whlto of
Junction City, died here of the effects
of an overdose of morphine. Ho wus
addicted to tho use of tho drug.
I.fft All to Her Rolatlvra.
Haltihobk, Md., July 3 Under the
will of the wife of Uovsrnor Frank
Brown, the governor and the two chil
dren are left the entire estate, valued
at from 81,200,000 to 81,300,000.
Wagaa Advanced at Cleveland.
Ci.KVKi.ANn, Ohio, July 3. The Otis
Stoel company has posted a notice of a
ten per cent increase in wages, begin
When JWby was sick, wo gavo her Castorla.
When alio was a Child, alio orled for CastorU.
When alio Ixvamo Silas, hho clung to Castorta,
When kho had Children, ubo gave them Castorta,
It rains nnd tho farmers are all
busy and happy.
An ico cream sooial waH held at the
school house in district No. 9 on Ubi
Saturday, ut whioh every body took
in bi doseti ot enjoyment anu siuau
bits of ico. Tho prooceds wero f 10.4b
-i,jon were appropriated to Rev. Mr.
... . ..
Mr. Honry Smith from Iowahia
parents on tho ranch. He says that
ho will return to Neb. in the near
Mrs. Pearl Ailes was up from Gar
Geld this week to visit her parenti
and brother from Iowa.
Sohool district No. 9 was reorganiz
ed last Sunday with N. L. D. Smith
Supt. and Mrs. R. Neil Secy, r
Mr. and Mrs. McCall and children
attended quarterly mooting at New
Virginia Sunday tho 23d inst,
Mr. Smith and wife wero at quar
terly meeting both Saturday and
Children Cry for
When Will the Republican
When the lloa eats Ka like an ox,
And flshlng-worm swallow thunhale,
When tarraplns knit wooltm socks
And the hair Is outrun by the snail,
When serpents walk upright like men
And iloodle-bugi travel like frocs,
When tho grssshoppor feed en tho hen
And feathers are fouMtt on the linns,
When thorns cats swim In ths air
And elephants racist on tiecs,
When insects In the summer are rare
And snuff never makes peoplo sneeze,
When llhes creep over ilrj land
Ami mules on velocipedes ride,
When foxes play in the bind
And women In diess ttks no pride,
When Dnlfliiik'ii n lager beer drink
And clrls cut to proachim; on time,
When thu billy k ats but from the rear
And treason no lonKor Is crime,
When tho hummlnis-blrd brays llko an ass
And limbercer smells like cologne,
W lion plow-shares are made out of Klaus
And tho hearts of true patriots of stone,
When Ideas Krow In democrat heads
And wool on the hydraulic draw
And the republican party will be ilaad
Aim the country won i ue vtoriu u
Blood-purifiers, though gradual, are
radical in their olleot. Ayer's dnrsapsr
ilia is Intended as a tnediolnt only and
not a stimulant, txoitnut, or boversge.
Immediate results may nut always follow
its uso; but after a roasonsbl time, per
manent benefit Ik curtain to be realized.
Read what the World's
Fair Judges said when grant
ing the Highest Award to
" A ' bright, sweet navy
plug chewing tobacco, con
taining finest quality of Bur
ley Leaf. Has a fine, rich
flavor and excellent chewing
qualities.combining all points
necessary to rate this product
of the highest order of
excellence in its class."
Everybody who tries Cli
max Plug says it's the best
For sale everywhere.
The partnership horotofore existing
botwoon F. Q. Ulskeslee ond A. H. Ka
loy is this doy, June 10th, dissolved by
mutual consent, F. O. Blakesleo retiring
from the Arm. All accounts due tho
firm are poyable to F. O. Hlakesloo.
All accounts duo tho firm of Blakes
leo A Kaley are payablo to F. Q. Blakee
loo. An early settlement is desired. F.
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BaaShBrTjtS I 'LgsaH
G. F. Stapleton,
Makes a speclulty or Repairing
Buggies and Currlaget.
Horsc-shoenig and flow Work prompt
ly attended to, and takes
Trotting and Running Horses,
And all work axpactod of a first
Shop South of the Laundry.
The O. K. Shop,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I give my personal attention to my
patrons. First-class shaving ana
onlting n specialty.
UTCHISON A fllATT,
4th Avenue, - Bed Cloud, Nibsire.
First-olans barbers and tirst-olaaa work
I Everv Man Who t
Is Dissatisfied i
witn his surroundings who wantB J
to better his condition in life who
knows that he can do so if given
half a chance, should writo to J.
Francis, Omaha, Neb., for a copy
f a little book recently issued by
the Passenger Department of the
It is entitled "A New Empire"
and contains 32 pagos ot informa
tion about Shoridan County and
the Big Horn Basiu, Wyoming, a
i Lund of Promise,
J towards which tho eyos of thous-
X ands aro now hopotully turnod, X
RoU ontrluht. no rent, no rof ltr. Adaotad
ItoOitr. VllluiMDrOounirr. Namlinl Id tinri
hoiui", hni, .tore Ami omca. unVM oouwa
I iaom and lwt ellr on urth.
IAgrau anaati rroaa aa to goo pr auay.
On la a ridrnc mni a wtla to all ilia
nslahbcm. t'tn Imlnim.nU, no torn, worka
anrwncra, anr auuinoa. (nm)iin, raxir rar
uaowh.Q.liliip-!. OaolMimt uptiramrona.
nnr out ot orrtnr, no rapalrina, Imu lata
lira". VStrraaUid. A mon.i raiknr, Writ
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