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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1895)
THE RED ( LOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895.
Acts like a poultice, drawing
out fever and pain, and reinvig-
orating the entire Female Sys
tem It removes an obstructions
and creates a healthy, natural
flow of all secretions.
It is the one natural cure for
female troubles, because it is
applied right to the diseased
parts. Don't take internal rem
edies for Female weakness.com
Snon sense requires a direct ap
plication for immediate relief
and permanent cure.
"Orange Blossom" is a sure,
painless cure for falling and
dropsy of the womb, profuse,
difficult, irregular menses, leu
corrhcea, ulceration, tumors,
sick headache, constipation, sal
"Orange Blossom" is apastile
easily used at any time. Every
lady can treat herself with it.
Mailed to any address on re
ceipt of $i . Dr. J. A. McGill & Co.
4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
Far ial bj C. L. Culling Itcd
Forces In ths Varlout llranchea
ClaudMed for tha Civil Hsrtlce.
Wabiuhotoh, July 8. The work of
readjusting uml classifying the forces
of the pension otllccs of the country
has Just been completed with a view to
shortly extending to them the pro
taction of the civil service laws. Here
to fore, as long as tlio pension agent
kept within the amount allowed
to him for the expenses of his office, he
could do pretty much as he pleased In
reganl to the size of Ills force and tlio
amounts of salary paid. When it was
decided to put the cfllccs under the
civil Bertie laws It was found neces
sary to chango this system. The
amount and character of the work
dono by each office was carefully
noted and classifications made accord
ingly. V4ille this has resulted in
small reductions, both In force and
salary, In some offices, in others thero
has been a corresponding Increase, the
total appropriation being about the
same. The date when the civil service
order will go Into effect has not yet
MONEYS IN CIRCULATION.
Monthly Statement or the Comptroller 01
Washinoton, July 3. The motirlilj
statement of the comptroller of the
currency shows theumount of nutloniil
bank notes outstanding June 30, lrWi,
to have been S'Jll.Ooo.tHtS, which is an
increase for the year of SU.34 l.n'.U, the
Increase for the mouth of June being
9313,6nl. The amount of circulation
outstanding based on United State
bonds wns 8180,002,0118, au lucrcasc for
the year of $5,4"3,.'H, and for the
month of 8l5.Uui!,SS0. The amount of
lawful money on deposit to secure cir
culation was S'JO.OUO.T'.'S. which is u de
crease since June 30, 181M, of Sl,l.'.2,rJ3.
The amount of United States regis
tered bonds on deposit to secure circu
lation was S207.f80.000. of which 810,-
405,500 was In the 4 per cents of I soft.
The amount on deposit to secure pule
lie deposits was Sl.V-'TH.OOO, of which
8575,000 was in thu new 4 per cent.
been determined, but will probably be
soon, now that the
We Have 'em Yet !
atnauiii pub soukess
Vn Tmtttttt, Wtw ElieoTiry. Vi Ctaitlci Cil
BISMARCK SERIOUSLY ILL.
The Vennrsbls Herman Chancellor Un
able to Partake of Food.
FiiiF.UF.itlciisKUHE, July .1. l'rlnce
Illsmaick is seriously 111 and unable to
partake of food. Count Herbert Ills
march and tho other members of the
ex-chancellor's family have arrived.
The Ham rirlscho Correspondent,
which has intimate relations with the
Ilismarck family, says that l'rlnce Ills
tnarck's health has been serious for the
past week. He has been suffering
from great physical depression, com
bined with severe neuralgia In tho
face, and la only able to tako liquid
The United State Defaulter (Sets Klght
Years for Ilia Long l'aat Crime.
Washington, July a. Captain Henry
V. Howgatc, tho former signal service
disbursing officer, who ufter years of
luiwiwtoUrsnoiate.iKyjgii,BfrojnionBorfKw I wandering as a fugltlvo from justice
.fB. etin'.T'oeonTinceyou iwiu wna was found in New York city in busl-
I0U"' iriaimenv rrrr. ..,, luic'iinil- liiinil l))0 I dealer IUU1
MUCIcripilon ot ygur cjva. -- -
foeiription of jour Kjea. , ess as a boco.ui-ii.iiu im ...
BuaaHSTii n brought back to Washington,
r.?Bii,uwoiafc tenced to-duy to eight years'
meut in the penitentitiry.
una rvia ikj in murk.
fjfe CklhfUV Engtl.h Momon.l IlraaiL
ROM.N. , 4.MM MUM. lDI ,
ITU fit t fcr trtKitrrr risvii" i" a
fnna titan! m urn i " m"sw
toui. Rialcl im iimrtiNn Take
(.rtuaftMif kfiixif At IirUil"t.Of TO'UM.
In Urnr.i for i.Ml?iilr. ifitluiMtUla atil
ItVll.T for .ttII,inlr(lfr.bff rrlarn
W MftlL 1IMHM rriinnoriUU Adl faprr.
1 wm 19
WIIII'IHIl I 111 IJII ! I I 11 Ill
Clmri'i huA Ixmlincj it a lull,
l'romudf a luiuntrt iTjwtn.
Dnvcr Tallo to Ursturo Oraj
li. air o tin iouuuui 10101.
Curvt tcVp dlriM f hair tilling,
aic,nnni m'ij irmvjiii
-WJflJRn. Ji rV f vi
-r l'firurr-it itimier xniu
ff. tmm l.a hf.lltt f.lllCrlla
C is iuir ""i" v---fi--
I l.unit,. Drbilnr. lnj'ztiln. l'ln,Tle lu tlinc.wcu.
INDERCORNS. .The oni "ijw'fj' "$
pi auiwa. lie at Umss-i". t UlsUJX. fc CO', N. V-
Flfty-Flve Coiintlea llfiir.l Krouv.
St. C'liAiaitH, Mo., July 8. Secretary
IJritt of the 8t. Louis Democratic
county chairman's conference has re
enntlv received three more replies fa-
vorablo to the circulur sent out by that
bodv. Un to date, rlfty-llvo counties
have requested Stato Chairman MatHtt
to convenu the stato commltteo and
call a state convention. Fifty-eight is
There's lotsofunnp and
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KooTiiKKi;. Tiiera siois
nr iilcnsuro und Kood
hcAltli In It, too. Ado-i
llclmis drink, a temper-
anen drlnlc. u homo-
iiiudo drlnlc, n drink
Hint delights I'm old
and vonnc. He furo
and net tlio fcuulno
tuf num. F. HinES COMPANY.
m PHILADELPHIA. PA. C
COPYKlUn I a
tain tbera ncnt free. Also a caimunuu . ui.
leal anil nclentWo looki apnr free. oIto
1-atenta Uken tbrpusli .?'unV VfcJS nd
upeclal notlcoln tbo Hclenllllc Aiuerlran. ana
thus are broiiitht n dely beforatho P"""';"'"''
out cont to tbo Invontor. This kp cndld inper.
conies. VS centn. Kverr nunilier contalM boau.
tlful platea. tn color, ami V"Vi i.f,, Jn.hh
houics. with plana, enabling: bti b or lo bn
Fined for Keeping Open Sunday.
Kaksab City, Mo., July 3. William
Kane, William Nally and Lombke &
Strollman, the three saloon men ar
rested early Sunday morning for vio
lating tho Sunday closing ordinance,
were found guilty and fined $50 eaoh
by Judge Jones this morning. If the
police commissioners carry out their
threat tho licenses of the three places
will be revolted.
A Youth Start on it Long Walk.
Wichita, Kan.. July :i. Krcd Pritch
ard, a Chicago boy, 18 years of age,
started last night to walk from this
cltv to Now York city, approximately
l.fibo miles, in sixty days, for a pri.o
of 8S00. One of tho conditions imposed
is that l'ritcliurd shall curry no money
and he started mib "dead broke" ac
cording to the agreement.
French Trnnpa In llruilL
New Yohk. July :i. A ltuenos Ayres
special says that Hlo Janeiro advises
aro to the eitect that the government
bus advises stating that Krench troops
have occunicd the territory of Annum.
The military authorities theru have
telegraphed to the general government
asking for reinforcements to resist tho
l'nrllaineiit to Knd Monday.
London, July !l. First Lord of tho
Treasury the lit, Hon. A. J. lialfour
aunounoed in the house of commons
to-day that parliament would bo pro
rogued Saturduy and that the dissolu
tion would follow on Monday.
Ten I'enplo Killed hj Lightning.
Stockholm, July J. in the town or
Ilutiined, near Wexio, yesterday, light
ning struck n building In which ten
people hud taken shelter, killing seven
of them and injuring the other threo
so badly that they will die.
Htatua of the lllcycle,
Chicago, July 3. A decision of much
importance to cyclists was rondered
by Judge Payne, when ho denied tho
petition of John II. Hreckcnrldge to
compel tho Kort Dearborn building
nronrlotors to allow bicycles to be
stored thero by tenants, llrecken
ridge, who is nn aUorney with offices
in tho Fort Dearborn building sky
scraper, had attempted to leavo his
wheel In the basement during oflico
hours, and upon permission being re
fused carried the matter to the courts.
Judge l'ayno declared that bicycles
are mere vehicles and as much out of
nlnce Inside a business block as a
horso and buggy.
Ketlrra From l'olltlra.
FitANKKoiiT, Ky., July !!. Governor
John Young llrown communicated to
the members of the press his personal
card withdrawing from tho contest for
United States senator from Kentucky.
Ho says his reasons are purely per
sonal, but does not stato them ex
plicitly. Domestic bereavement Is tho
Money Mude In H Month.
Wasiii.niito.n, July ". Tlio coinage
executed at the several mints of tho
United States during tho month of
June, 18!i."i. is given us follows: Gold,
81,750,000: silver, SI 10,01 1; minor coins,
ST 1. 200. Total, S'J,v!0l,2ll In addi
tion there was executed at the mint lit
Philadelphia, 211,000 in twenty pieces
An Aged Woman Killed.
l'AHKVii.i.i:, Mo., July 3. Mrs. Sa
vannah George, aged HO years, was
struck and killed by the Leavenworth
plug train near her home hero. In
view that she hod been repeatedly
warned about walking on tho track
many persons believe she committed
Bound books !
Hln inH UflMHIH Bra.1,
Ilrldge Helied for Tan-i.
Council Hlui-fs, Iowii, July 3. Tho
bridge spanning tho Missouri river be
tween this city and Oiuuhu, tlio prop
erty of the Omaha llridge and Termi
nal company, wus sel.cd by the sheriff
of this county for S-'.OOO tuxes. Tho
company refuses payment on the
ground of excessive vuluation.
1'ola.iiied by linpuro Milk.
OwKNSiioito, Ky., July 3. At tho St.
Cloud hotel here, eight people are ill
from ice cream poisoning, one of
whom, Lizzie Tucker, may die. The
poison io pronounced by physicians to
be tyrotoxicon, and It Is claimed that
tho milk was impure.
ARE GOING FREE!
To all who subscribe or pay up.
FOR THE CHIEF.
item ileilraaanil j.eeur. wntractj. .Ad'hx-ja
MUNN & CO NfcW VottlC, :! IllioAliWA
Notice lo TC'iiclicrs.
Notice ia hereby given that I will
Avaminn nil nerSODS wllO HiaV dCSirO
to offer thcmfselvca us candidates for
teachers oftho public schools of this
couuty, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Special examinations will bo hold
on tho Friday preccndiiiK tho 3d Sat
urday of eaoh month.
The standing dopircd for 2d and
3d grado certificates is tho same no
irrndn hnlnw 70 nor cent., average 80
per eont; for first grado certificate
no grade below 80 per cent., avcrago
90 nor cent, in all brandies requirod
D. M.HuNTFR.County Supt.
Kiinmvn Aaka for Exhibition Space.
Atlanta, Gil, July 3. President
Collier of the Cotton States and Inter
national exposition to-dny received
application from Kansas for space for
,. Vtiito exhibit. This is tho fifteenth
state thut has upplied.
Mrs. T.S. HawUiu, tllisttanooga. Tenn
Ht.3s,' 'Stiiloh's Vitiilizer 'Saved my Life,
t '......rf.r it tin. hHrtt remedy for a de
bilitated syston. I ovrr nsod." For Dys
pepsia, Liver or KiCuey trouble it excels.
i?r co 70 cts. For sule by 0, L. Cottlng.
Kansas City, Mo., July 3. Thoro were
very few H.impli of wheat on tlio floor to-dny,
mid niiimreutly ory llttlo tllioition to hid
for Haw wlioat. lerei)ta of wheat, 18 cari a
jeur as'o, M cars.
No. 2 hard wheat, noiniiiiilly Cfi7o ; No. 3
hard, nominally tOc ; No. Imrd, nominally, tX(
Cto i No. 2 red, nomliially Oi'JJiOo i No. 3 rinl.iiom-
liuilly lKJU6Tc; No. 4 rod, 1 carojc ; rujucted.nom
The com murket turned vory woak. Thoro
worn a few cal.ja of mtxml onrly nt K)c, and at
41c, lint hldi drolipod lower and lower nil day.
At tho cloto mixed com wait oltercd at 3J'Ac and
whlto at few. lNcolptti of com to-dny, 14 can; a
year n.io, rai".
No. 2 mixed riirn, 40c. nlTureil at 80'io lutcr,
No. 3 n.lxed, U(iinliially3iVio; No. 4 mixod. nom
inally ST'-Joj n. a white, otfurixl tit lUoi No. 3
whlto, noiiilivilly !fJc.
()nt wera lie liiwor. Thero wons only a few
siuniilo.H on c.iU'. Itucoliitaof o..Ij to-day, Irars,
niearni?o, 17 curs. No. 'J mixed oats, MJ-oj
No. :i o.tlft. nominally :ic; .-to. , nomiiiniiy ok;
No. '1 wlillo o;i'.i,iiiHniiiiillyiic;No. Uwhituoata,
Hjo-Somo now olIorliiBH to iiritii', with lit
tie demand. No. 'i, nominally, f-otjjjoj No. 3,
Corn Uliop Lowor; 7S&Wc por cwt aaekmL
llran WoaLi W5&5So jiur cwt tackudi hulk, (Jo
Hay Roco!r,t,U cars: market steady. Ttino.
thy, cliolce.JilU.10iNo.l,W.l0M9j No. 2, $.tt;
fancy iiralrle, W.Wj choice, tet.ril; No, 1, $7.W
a; No. 2, i6ii,l; puckinu hay, J4.W&"-
Chlrneo Hoard of Trade.
nmnAtio. Juh- . Tho followiiiK Is tliornnixa
of prices of tun ralu and provision markut ou
thu board of trail" :
We also give away that beautiful world's fair
book, the charming and delightful
lieriiaiUii-iiirimco Co , Fr ,"JM,f tfcj1') ,
ltoyiil iiisuiiinwLM , Mveriw ol. K K land.
lloino Fire liimiruiicn Co., d ( "'.l; eUr'
TU Workin.in IliilldliiK and Loan Association
of I.liu-olii. Nehrasksi.
An agreeable loxativoMd Nav Toww.
Boldny DruKBlsUorecnt by tn all. 250,600.
and 1.00 per packairo. Kimplca tree.
wwg JBi Tlioravorlto TOOTS XWIIM
ft,Q HU fortboToethand Ilreatu,iao.
1 OMtnln Sweeney, U.8.A.,San Plew,Oal.,
vat "bl" loh'a Catirrli Itcroody Is the Urst
.' i..i k.. fniinrt that would do mo
Mvlrobd." 1'rlcotOcta. Bold by DrUBgtota.
r Tma Obkat Cocon Ctma Promptlyewrei
Li,i?all others fall. ForConiunrpUoolthas
7Sr. hnscured thcuisBdt, and will ctmB
For Ml irj.l.tl ColtlHgDrgUt
July . . ....
Diviml'iTv. Mo.. July 3. Cnttlo HocalpU
5,795; calve. 'Jlfltshippod jostorduy, 2,221 cattlo,
nnrnlTi.i. '1 lici In-Bt oHorliiKs iteiiunilly steady
on tho.natlvo bldu. Commuu Krudes weto slow
Hhlpplux ami drossod Ixwf teor4. W.tl:5.38
Texnanud Indian tleorn, 2.2iU'.'.7U j Wentern
ter. .t.55l.2.'ii Boutliwosteru tmra, SLOO;
(.'olonulo steer, M'vl Htockom and foudor,W.15
ilXW; cahei, (4i.
Hok'h- Uucuipta 12,181; !itppd yoiterday. 178
Tlio niniiatiiiod haroly ktuudy and clodedS
and luc hlwliur. Tho top price a l.s2V4 und ths
hulk iJ ale from .iXl fb $Uj, ngMn $IW
for top milo mid JI.03 to U.l'i1, tut bulk of kales
COME IN AT ONCE.
No other paper in the west gives you such grand
premiums as we do.
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