The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, August 02, 1895, Page 7, Image 7

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easily used at any time. Every
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4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
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largest circulation of any sclentlflo wprkln the
world. S3 a rear, bsmple copies sent free.
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MUNN & din .NW VOHK, "401 IHlOAUWAY.
Notice to Tcacheri.
Notlca in hereby giren that 1 will
zamine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the publio schools of thif
county, at Rod Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Speoial examination will be held
on the Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of cnoh month.
The standing desired for 2d and
3d prado ccrtifioatoa is the same no
grado below 70 per cent., average 80
per ecnt; for first f-rntlo ccrtifioute
no grado holow 80 por cent., average
90 per cent, in all branches required
by lw.
D. M. HoNTiR.Cnunty Supt.
kHAS. S0HAFFNIT,
uni Mliurnuin, IIiinIIiiun, eto ,
Aug. tlU to SI.
The local reunion committed nt
Hastings, and people generally, arc
busy making preparations for tho
greatest gathering of old soldiers and
citizens ever assembled togethor on
Nebraska soil. It will bo a gala wck
in Hflstings, and a royal welcome
awaits every old soldier and citiz-n in
the west.
Tho veterans of tho Kansas-Nohran.
ka Association promise to excel in
numbers tho attendance of an v pro
vious gathering. Fully ,r0,000 citi
zens of KansaB will join in this grand
reunion.
The Nohraska Band Union, cm brae
ing over GOO uniformed men, will hold
their annual reunion on tho same
dates. Thoro will bo music galoro.
Band contest on Saturday morning
Two cash prizes, $75 first; $50 sec
ond. Frco for all. Bands expecting
to enter must report at headquarters
Tuesday noon.
Nebraska's excellent Nntionul
Guards infantry, cavalry and artil
lery has been ordered into camp at
Hastings during the reunion of thfc
olds ooldiors.
The local committee has on', traded
with one of tho largest manufacturers
of firo works in tho United Stutes for
a special display of fire work on Mon-
dty and Friday evenings. Signal
shells, fired from mortars, and hand
some set pieces suggestivo of tho oc
casion will bo ono of the charming
features of the week'rf program.
Sham battlo Friday under com
mand of Gen. J no, M. Thayer and
Gen. G. J. Dilworth will arouso old
time activity and admiration.
There will bo Gatling gun practic;
daily by the Omaha Guard, and artil
lery duel, cavalry duel, and fancy
drill work by tho National Gurd.
Tho cit'zens of Hastings aro pro
paring accommodations for a quarter
million people
('amp Sherman will bo turned over
to Department Commander Adams at
2 p. :u. Monday, when hostilities will
commence in earnest.
Six baloon ascensions and parachute
drops by ono of the leading aeronauts
of tho country.
Prominent among tha speakers from
Kansas, will bo Ex-Senator John J.
Ingalls, Gov. Morrill, Bernard Kelly,
and D. 11. Anthonv.
Tho Nebraska Congressional dele
gation, Ex Dept. Commanders of the
G, A.- It. will also be present, and
other prominent speakers.
Special reduoed rates and oxcursion
trains from all points,
A Valuable Find.
After yoars of stody an l'.or, there has
nt last been discovered a sure and never
railing remedy, It has been tested on
tntienta, who have dispaired of over being
oared, the results have been, in every case
wonderful. Graff's RheamatiBtn Care is
uneqaaled as a positive remedy in all
cnsfH of Chronic and Aonte Inflammatory
Rheumatism, Goat, Lumbago, Saiatiea,
Neuralgia. Dysmenorrhoea aud all kind
red affections. It is also a valuable Blood
Purifier, being especially useful in Eczema
FioriasiB, Sorof ula, all Glandular Enlarge
ment and dieases of the liver and kidneys.
It is absolutely free from all narcotics.
Severe attacks are relieved in from one
to three days and n positivo cure effected
in from five to eighteen days. U. ij.Uot
ting Red Clone!, Neb. 18-4m
DEFENSE FOR WALLER.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1H06.
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OhIIihiiivc Mi. Oil.
Annual appropriation ordlnanco for
tho municipal year commencing May 1,
180.i, and ending May 1, 181)0.
lie it ordained by tho Major and City
Council of tho city of Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Soo 1. That the following buiiih bo
appropriated to tho following purposes:
For sidewalks and streets, in
addition to the poll tax 8 210 00
For coal 1000 00
For maiutainanuo of the poor.. 200 00
For repairs of water system .... 204 00
For oilicial salaries 070 00
For incidentals, stationery, Ac. . 150 00
For paymoot of bills of preced
ing year, for which no war
rants luivo been drawn 3C0 45
For water commissioner, engin
eo:, and labor on tho mains
and water b stem 090 00
Tho bills of last year roforred to aro
thoao incurred for muintninanco of poor
and the salary of engineer.
Sec. 2. Said sums shall bo appropria
ted out of tho following funds:
Tho Biliary of water commissioner, en
gineer, mid expenditures for repairs of
system und mains, shnll bo paid out of
tho water rents and charges. Tho residue
of euid fund it any ulinll bo used for
purchase of coal.
Expenditures for streets and sidewalks
shall bo paid out of tho occupation tax,
and tho residue of euid fund shall be
used for the payment of coal bills, in
cluding drnynge and freight charges for
tho sumo.
Oilicial saluries, uiaititonnnco of poor,
payment of lust yeiu'a bills provided in
section one, and incidentals shall be
paid ont of tho general fund. Enough
warrants shall bo drawn on tho gonoral
fund to pay any residuo of coal charges
not paid out of occupation and water
rent fund.
Intorost on bonds shall bo paid out of
thoir respective bond levies.
Sec. 3. Any moneys that may bo
paid to tho treasurer from the levies of
previous years, after tho warrants of
those years have boon paid, and any
moneys or funds not otherwiae appro
priated by this ordinonce. ehnll bo ap
propriated for tho payment of outstand
ing accounts for which no war routs have
boon drawn other than thoso mentioned
in Bcution ono.
Sec. 4. Tho sovsrai funds with the
amounts appropriated aro as follows ex
cepting interest, funds and debts:
Water rente estimated 9 000 00
Appropriated for ealarioa of en
gineer and commissioner 006 00
Coal 20 00
Occupation tax realized 1000 00
Appropriated for streets and
sidewalks 240 00
For outstanding 200 85
For Coal 405 15
General Fund 85 por cont of tho
lovy 1087 30
Appropriated for oilicial salaries 670 00
Maintenance of poor 200 00
Outstanding debts Wo 45
For incidentals 156 0o
Coal 300 85
Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take
effect immediately after its final passage
and publication.
W. P. West, M. R. Bektlkt,
Clork. Mayor.
Pitcher's Cattorla.
Children Cry for
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Home Fire Insurance Co., of Omaha. Nebr.
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The Workman "ulWIng and Loan Association
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Office over Mizer'a Store.
Red Cloud, Nimama
The Kx-Consul's American Counsel Make
Oat n SroiK Case.
Washington, July S3. Mr. Cram
mond Kennedy, who has become the
principal counsel in the case of ox
Consul Waller, now serving a sentence
in a French jail for violation of neu
trality laws between this country and
Franco, called nt tho state department
yesterday for tho purpose of present
ing certain phases of the case.
'Mr. Kennedy is disposed to lay much
stress on tho fact that at the time of
Waller's arrest, there wan no actual
Bt a to of war between France and Mad
agascar. Ho contends that Waller,
for this reason, could not have been
guilty of the charge on which he was
tried and convicted. Iu conversation
with a representative of the press he
said this phase of the case had not yet
been presented by this government,
and as soon as vLv. Olney should re
turn he would present the matter to
him in this light
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