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I BnsnMSi&tAjHQR "III L.UII UIII1U1 I U I UILLU Another
! l mT O 1MCCESSFUL ATTEMP3 AT TRAIN
; & f T ROBBING IN TWO STATES.
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Tliri'p Men In IlllnoU T-y to llrrnlc Into
nn r.tpi'CHA Cur, lint Aro i:nlly t'rlcht-
cnril Auny Ciilnr.Klo Outlftw
Cut OIT the Wrong Cur nml
Skip fur Hip .'Moiiiitaliii
Kinml'.ndv, 111., b'opt. 12 Throe
men ltuule an nttemptto rob the north
bound Illinois Central express trnln
about two miles north of hero last
night. They were riding on tho plat
form of tho express car and were
evidently green tit the business. They
cut the bell cortl and then tittiielced
the cur Moor with h Hleilgo hammer.
Hearing the noise, the luesscnget
applied the ulr brake and brought tlie
train to a stop. This frightened the
robbers, wbo jumped off and tuado for
a cornflold. Hcvernl shots wore Hied
at them by the train ercw, but with'
Tho Illinois Central detectives arc
on the ground, but as yet no clue to
tho identity of tho robbors lias been
Colorado linmllM Mnke 11 Ml.
Onxst) Junction, Col., Sept. 1 .
Just utter the engineer of passenger
train No. 1, which loft this city last
night on tho IlioUrando Western road,
rcuuhed Crevasse, ubout twonty-threo
miles west of here, ho found that tho
engine had been run on a siding and
was pulling only tho mall tind bug
gago car, the rear portion of tho train
havimr been cut oft at tho station.
Then two robbcro, each of medium
size and masked, appeared, but finding
that they had left the express ear
with the train, mounted horses thut
were in waiting and skipped for tho
Tho ilrst news of tho hold-up was a
dispatch from Superintendent A. R.
McKee of tho Kio Grando Western
railroad to Sheriff Innos: "Call on
agont 01 Wo U ramie- Western at your
city 11. you need a car to take you auu
your deputies to Crevasse or other
Slkcrlff Innet and posso started at
once on a special train for tho scene of
tho attempted robbery. So far as
known th- robbers secured nothing.
THE BOND SYNDICATE.
Secretary Carlisle's Annual Report Kx
peoted to Contain Facts Itegardlng- It.
Washington, D. C, Sept 13. Onoot
tho fcaturus of Secretary Carlisle's re
port to congress will probably bo a full
statement of tho operationi of the
bond syndicate. It is understood that
it will contain several interesting facts
in connection wfth tho transaction
which aro as yet only known to the
parties immediately concerned in the
ncgotion of tho loan. The most im
portant problem tho secretary will
have to deal with is that which
looks to tho ru'.lef of tho treas
ury, involving a radical -chango
hi tho financial system. The desired
relief cuu only bo obtained by the aid
of congress, and the secretary realizes
that it Is going to bo a very dlfllcult
tusk to suggest a remedy which will
meet tho approval of tho Republican
house, with ital, a candWato tor the
presidency, In trie speaker's chair. It
probably will be tho policy of tho Re
publicans to confuso, rather than un
tangle, tho financial complications
during tho next congress, for thoy are
counting upon making considerable
political capital out of tho money ques
tion in tho presidential contest
AWARDED TO DEFENDER.
The Valkyrie noted to Have toe I Jie-
m of tlie Font.
New Yoiik, Sept. 12. When tho tug
Walter Luckenbach, with the regatta
committee of tho Now York Yacht
club returned, S. Nicholson Kano,
chairman of the committee, said
that tho protest on tho allngcd
fowling of the Defendor ev tho
Valkyrlo had been ontonatued
nnd that the regatta committee had
held a confenence in regard to tho
matter while tho tug was on her way
to tho dock, but that no definite con
clusion bad ban urrivod at.
This morning the committee held a
loug meeting in private and henrd ov
Idenco In regard to the collision nnd
lute this afternoon sustained tho De
fender's protest and awarded tlie raco
FIVE DEAD IN A WRECK.
Train on tlie tircnt Northern Mret at
Alclliy, Minn. No rumicii;r Killed.
St. Cunn), Minn., Sept. la. Two
passenger trains on tho (Jreut North
ern read collided at Melby this morn
ing while bwk ware running at a high
rata of speed. ). K, Kintirson and Ira
Hines, engineers, James Thlbldau, fire
man, uinl both baggagemen were
killed. Five- men were injured, In
cluding three mull clerks, one brUke
man and one pnsbengcr.
Just how thA wreck happened Coca
not appear. M wa's on a heavy grndo
that tiio trains met. Doth cmrin.es,
mail and baggago cars ure complete
wroclts. All tho dead wore rcstdanVi
Senator Wushliurn Injured la a Wreck.
Ominwood, Minn., Sept. 13. Train
No. 107, (a te,MIMeapolk, Saalt Mo.
Marie ana racifle railway, had tho
narrowest escape possible from an ap
palliw aleabUic, betwoen Dolgrado
and" llreotea. aaertly beforo 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Mls Mary
llrand of Cas'.ellton, N. I),, Is, It Is
f oared fntnlly Injured, nnd "ex-Senntor
nhlurn received n buvuro wound in
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF,
Opinion (In tho Corliclt-riti-
Austin, Texas '.Yesterday
Attorney General trano gave out his
second opinion unent tho Corbett-Fltz-ftlmmons
prize light at Dallas lu Octo
ber. This opinion was called for by
an Interrogatory propounded by Sher
iff. Cabell of Dallas county an to wheth
er in suppressing the tight ho was le
gally empowered to shoot and kill
those who Interfered with him. Tito
matter was referred to tho attorney
general by the governor, and bo ha-
handed down his opinion, holding that
In tho lawful discharge of his duty tho
sherllt certainly had the right to use
firearms If emergency demanded. The
attorney general bases Ills opinion on
the statutes governing riots, etc. He
holds as a premtse that tho par
ticipants in tho tight, their seconds,
referee, eta, will comprise more
than thrco people, and inasmuch
as they aro assembled for tho purpose
of violating one of tho statutes,
they nre an unlawful or riotous as
semblage, aud lay themselves liable to
bummury dealings If tho emergency
arises. The attorney general argues
that these lighters, with all those in
attendance, will certainly bo a gather
ing In violation of the law, and that
under tho law tho sheriff or any sworn
peace ofllccr is bound to dlsperso said
assemblage nt any cost. As to tho
question of killing'those Ivho Interfere
with him, tho attorney general cites
article 00 of tho penal code, which
says: "Homicide is justillablo when
necessary to suppress a riot, when tho
sumo is attempted to bo suppressed in
the manner pointed out in tho code of
crime procedure and can In no way bo
suppressed except by taking life."
Tho attorney general also adds at
tho closo of his opinion that while he
docs not think thut there will bo any
occasion for thcshcrlif to shoot anyone
in a pcaceablo city liko Dallas, that if
tho emergency does arlso, that it will
necessitate his shooting and killing
those who Interfere with his duties,
that ho will in no wiso bo hold re
sponsible for murder.
DIXON THE WINNER.
tieto the DrcUInn In a Very Hot Uo
Over Johnny Urlflln.
Uoston. Mass.. v ' -. Geortro
Dixon, the colored light-weight boxer
of Uoston. was given tho decision last
evening over Johnny Griffin, tho
"llralntreo Lad," at the end of a
twenty-five round match, held under
the auspices of the Farragut club in
the Newton Btreet armory.
The decision was a surpriso to tho
majority of tho 3,000 people present,
It having been cencrally understood
that thero was to be no decision if both
men wcro on their feet at tho cud of
the iwenty-llith round unless, perhaps,
thero should bo a decided differeuco
In tho condition of the boxers, lioth
men were cartainly In very good con
dition at the cud of the twenty-fifth
round, although Dixon had dono the
best work. Grlflln surprised his
friends by the game manner in which
ho took Dixon's punishment, and thoy
confidently expected a draw.
Irving W. Larlmore, physical dlreotor
of Y. M. O. A., Dei Moines, Iwa, say he
eanconBolentiooBly reoommtnd Chamber
lain'e Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts,
bioyolitts, foot ball players and the pro
feislon la general for braises, sprains and
dislocations; also for soreness and stiffness
of the musoles. When applied before the
parts beoome swollen it will effeot a euro
in one halt the time uuaIIj required
For sale by Deyo it Oriee Draggiits.
For Sulo or Trade.
Four lots and a houRo in railroad addi
tion to Red Cloud, and one tegistored
I'oland Unlna boar coming tw years
old. Will trado for corn, oats, wheat or
calve. Inqtiiro of V. R, Paruek, at tho
county clerk's ofilco. 35 4t.
FROM ALL WHO USK
"Ayer's preparations mo too
well known to need unv 00111111011
dntlon from mo ; but I fool 00111
pollod to utnti, for tho bunollt of
others, that six years ago, 1 lost
nearly half of iny hair, urnl what
was left turned gray. After
using Ayer's Hair vigor several
months, my hair began to grow
again, and with tins natural color
restored. I recommend it to all
my frletidB." Mrs. E. Fisaxk
iavsi:ii, box 305, Station V, Los
Ayer's Hair Vigor!
DR. J. 0. AVER G CO., LOWELL, W"
mj 11. in .. j.mii
FRIDAY, SEPT. 20,
INihl lulled Wvvklj-.
ftiilKcrlptlon, fill lor Annum
ritvftrlnMy In AeWmiro
I 1 il lii iiiUiinre, ittler Ihls diite March
H, IMU, tho price nil! Itt l.5.
Km 1 tit II n l't Omen In ItMl t'loml, Nru.
h iimll mntifrnf Uipm mini dim
II ATM OK AIIVKIlNMIVfi
Prof. rnnM, I Inch or Ics or ypnr fit on
Ux tiinntlis 3 on
riirer montln ' on
I'ot Inrnoiio.xpiir 91 00
IVrlnch six inontlii :i nn
IVriih-li three months 2 (11
f-lieclal tiotlcr.s per line or line iipace, that
ml Mention fi cents.
Triiinleiit special, payable Invariably In ml
t'iiiit, Mrlltie in cents.
All irmtliiK notice In the imtnroof ntlvertlse-
I i-jinl notices nt leual tales, vl?i for a "qnare
lien ilnrsol NonparnM or less,) tlrt publication
-0j for each aubseiinent publication, pel
inarp, B0 cents.
No "preferred position" contract mno.
All matter to iiisiiip publication must b ro
eelvi il nt Hilx oP.lco net later than WcilnoiiT
A'hcrthi'liU'lits cannot be nnlereil oil foi
tlie current veek litter than Thursday,
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
U. & Id. It. It. Time 'I -co,
go, Local Freight, tv ea m.
IB. Vanseniter, " in:nn " Arin;0na. nr.
Gl, Past freight, " 1M5. in. l:Wp, m.
(101 Nti NOHTIt
l, Mixed Train, I.v l'i:30 a, m. Ar H.CCp, n
Ki, 1'ast FreUht, I.r lt:l(a. m. Ar 10:Ma. m
Ul, Mixed IValu, " n-M). in. " ii:Ma.m
in, rasseniter, " 8:40 ti. in. " l-.aop. m
For Judge-lOth District,
JAMES MoNENY, Red Cloud.
For County Treasurer,
J. 8. WHITE.
For County Clerk,
L. II. FORT.
For Clerk District Court,
J. W. RUNOHEY.
D. M. HUNTER.
For County Judge,
DR. L. II. BECK.
Pooplo wishing seed rye can bo sup
puou oy caning on u. u. urono, clerk
when Babr was Blclr, wo gave her CaMorla.
When alio was a Child, alio cried for Costorta.
When she became Mlm, eho clung to Castorta.
When the had Children, the cava them Ckstoria,
There will b an A. O. U. W. and G.
A. R. basket picnic in J. L. Grnndetnff'a
grove one mile north-west of Bladea
Wedneeday, Sept, 25, to which a cordial
invitation ia oztended to all to coma and
bring your basket well filled. We not
only want A. O. U. W. and O. A. R.
members to come but evory body ia in
vited to come and hear one of Nebraska'
most famous man Captain Henry of
Fairmont and spend tho day in a social
By Order of Committee
Old people suffer maoh from disorders
of the kldueys or urinary organs, and are
always gratified at the wondorful effeot
of Dr. J. 11. McLean's Liver and Kidney
Corrected weekly by lied Cloud Freduce Ce,
Wheat 45 ij 50
Corn new '25
Oats new 15 fi 20
Hogs 3 0003 75
Butcher's stock 2 00&2 25
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Spring obickona per lb 0
Old bene per lb 4
Hay per ton S 003 GO
A toacher'e meeting will bo hold at
Bluo Hill. Saturday, Soptembor 28, 1895,
commencing at 22 o'clook a. m.
King's "Sohool Interests and Duties,"
the Reading Circle book for 1895 and
1890, will be used na a somes of inform
ation on many subjects for discussion in
tho teachers' meoting.
I Discussion Dutiess of Parents,
oponod by Mr. A. E. Wagner und Miss
Alice E. Romsberg.
1. To olllcers of tho school district.
i. To tho touchers of tho school.
3. To tho pupils of tho school.
II. Discussion Duties of Tonchnrn,
oponod by Mr. O. A. Arnold und Miss
1. To the olllcers.
2. To tho patrons,
3. To tho pupils.
4. To themselves.
III. CIofb Drill and Primary Reading
MiB Julia Vineyard.
IV. Qonorul Discussion Uso of tho
Stato Course of Study,
1. Importance of its uso.
2. DllllcultUa in its use. How to
3. Result of tho use.
V. Query Box.
A large attendance is desired. Come
prepared to talk upon ovory subjeot on
D. M. IIu.M'Kii, Co. Supt.
Rod Cloud, Nebr., Sept. 3, '05.
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TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER " COAL
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
EOSS & RIFE,
Orders OrdrempUtr flllod. lour patronasra aoiloltod
E. G. MORANVILLE.
Livery and Feed Barn.
, First-class la avcrjr detail. Lata af raasa, aright haled hay
and a variety at grata. New rigs and swift horses can ho seenred
for city ar country drives at rcasonahla prices.
NORTH OF MOJLIjANB MOUSE.
Ho! Whoa !
That Harness is Worn Out !
Why Don't you get Another?
J. O. Butler is selling nearly AT COST.
Cotting keeps the
and he sells them cheap, too.
into his store and
finest kinds of Lamps, j
Xhsuxt He has
some h'and&me ones,"
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