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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1905)
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"Ml I 1 4. A. - V
juciics, viocks, jcwuiry, hi puuus iu hint
To Suit Yoir
BimAM ON GUARD
vour uockclnoolc. We need room and want
money, and arc making prices to get us both.
We have cut all profit out of our prices on
everything in our line for the next 15 days.
You are fortunate if you need anything in Jew
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. to
here means a big saving to you on anything W
you buy in Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Cut- ..
glass or Silver-plate ware. The hour to satisfy v.
your present wants or future needs is before jj
It has beon rightly said that tho cow was
tho mortgage Hftor of Nebraska, but you
can't nuiko it ho without tho aid of tho
DK LAVAL CKIOAM SEPARATOR.
It is absolutely iho only machino on tho
market which will separate cold milk and
Ht all tho cream. Thoru is a No 1 gtiarnn
initoc that this machine will do all wo say
Washing is to bo considered, and with tho
patent, washer which is furnished with
with tlioin niakfcs it tho easiest, machine
cleaned. Can't be excelled for easy run
ning. If you are thin1 ing of buying a
cream sepmntor, come in. We can please
both in machine ami price If you havn
not not the money to spare now, wo can
still please you. Separators, repairs, rub
ber rins and the best separator oil for
Manager of Red Cloud Station of the
BEATRICE CREAMERY CO.
We are also paying 28 cents for cieam for tho last half of January, with
nothing oil' for hauling.
H. J CLAIM.
City Dray and Express Line.
v. w. STiriruitAKKie, prop.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
WILL CCNTFtOL FISCAL AFFAIRS
OF DOMl'rTjpAN REPUBLIC
Acts ao Receiver r"or tho Credltoro
Action Is Taken at the Request of
the Local Government Necocsary
to Stop Intervention.
Washington, Jan. 23. After a co:t
tultatlon with Secretary Hay the iol
fowlng statement regarding the situ
ation In Santo Domingo was Issued
by Assistant Secretary Ioomis:
"The Dominican republic, after ma
ture consideration of existing condi
tions, lias formally and freely Invited
the government of the United Statea
to assist it in the administration of
Its customs revenues and to aid it In
putting Its fiscal system upon a firm
nnd bualnoss-liko basts. The govern
ment of the United States having
been repeatedly and emphatically in
formed by more than one of tho great
powers that it ought either to try to
evolve some order out of the financial
chaos In the Dominican republic or
assent to certain European creditors
of that republic doing this and to
the administration of tho Dominican
custom houses by them, supported by
their warships, has deemed it advis
able, in view of tho unfortunate finan
cial conditions in Santo Domingo,
which for the last ten years have been
rapidly growing worse, to accept the
Invitation of tho Dominican govern
ment and, therefore, representatives
of this government and of Santo Do
mingo have signed a memorandum of
n, proposed agreement looking to the
American control of fiscal affairs upon
the request and with the consent of
the Dominican government. The
United States proposes to guarantco
the territorial Integrity of tho Do
minican republic. It is not the pur
pose of this government to assume
a protectorate over Santo Domingo
or to Interfere with or participate in
Its domestic affairs any further than
the collection of Its customs revenues,
the necessary revision of its tariff
laws and the adjustment, through
properly constituted tribunals, or
commissions of its foreign claims aud
put its economic and ttscal organiza
tion on a sound basis."
and Hoverldgo wolld not c
vote on thnii wl lout an
extondin.tr to tho bill 1
fortifications lilll lts pa.a
Jccting the anient hicnt si
the provision 'or llsular f
Rioting OccuraUn Hu
Budapest, luntgify, Jan
ltfont to a
it alter ro
i',ll float ton,
genJarmerle wjre thllod oiK to quell
a disturbance. In tho ullage of
Turopola. The goijrlnnnes Wired on
the mob, hilling four and founding
ono of thctn. I '
SENATOR MO0T iN THE'STAND.
Makes Favorabldlrnpression 6n Mem-
m41ici 'i" wc,tt.rnl
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, lt.WH.Y"'. .,M,7.ffl
W" ." ..Mil UVur'l
4.071,. Il.wf St.MKi" V'-. !mi ullC(..i-llC-
-.V. ! .I I i, ., .
Proceedings of the House.
Washington, Jan. 24. The session
of the house was devoted entirely to
consideration of bills relating to the
District of Columbia. There was an
echo of the disturbances In St. Peters
burg when Baker (N. Y.) moved that
an adjournment bo taken out of re
spect to those who were killed In tho
clash with the Russian troops. Thu
only affirmative vote was recorded by
Baker hlmsolf. A llttlo later the pro
ceedlngs were interrupted by Pearre
(Mil.) being seized with a nervous
convulsion, necessitating a brief re
cess. He sot.n rallied and was con
veyed t his homo. The proposition
to control the railroads In the matter
of rates war, diFcusaed at length by
Burgess (Tex.) and briefly by Hep
bcrs of t re Committer.
Washington, Jan. 21. In t rest In
the Smcot investigation before tho
senate committee', on privileges audi
elections was stirted by th3 unexl
pectcd determination to pui cnuiur,
Smoot on the stand In his ownliehalf,
without waiting rot other iesB0s
now en mute from Jjtah. The "l-'natof
was under direct and, crosB-n,Jtnilna
tion nil day, and frankly apsjWerod
most of the questions asked. 'He ap
peared to make a favorable impres
Blon on the members oi ,the pomnilt
tee. At 4:30 o'clock an adjovrnment
wns taken out of consideration for
tho witness, who has been suffering
of Indigestion for several weolfs.
Tho examination of Senntor Smoot
related to matters intlmatdiy con
nected with church policy atld hla
duty toward the church as coppareil
with his duties as a senatoy. Hp
said ho had not taken any oat ts that
would Interfere with his loy.Ul'y to.
the United States govornmentl His'
recollection of the endowment Jliouse
ceremony was Indistinct, ho eaid, but
he was sure thoro was no obligations
taken to avenge the blood of tho
prophets on either "this nation" or
"this generation," as had been testified,
to by witnesses for the prosecution.
. i ikH Jtt.i
bulk of salon, ,,u ,,tC
....l..- a. iuul u (II IV
Inmbt, f l fln.
K. nsas City " T,7r Tlr.IP-V
trtii i "" ..nAvr
1.400; Ht .v t i"1' 'Z iiTMnw: f?r
and .iron A )w? T;Jr tU -'.
W.nMi.T.'.l r'w " u.ir,.iH. Paw
bull. tt?, ''ttr to B
..... litllU 111 "" ' 1 . ...
' kenvy, m
p.K ""Hfc1"wj-,I. lowrr:
cclptR, 1'4VJ0,,:ik-t-, (xi; rwi'Hj
I iif( t,iBCio, frtf f'4 t mA
fo.io; utociftii una xcoueie
LIVE STOCK RATE RULING.
Discrimination in Favor of Packing
House Products Illegal.
Washington, Jan. 21. The jnter
Btato commerce commission 1 an
nounced Us decision in the Chicago
Live Stock exchange case, sustaining
that organization's complaint of dis
crimination on the part of thd rail
roads that exact higher rates for
transporting cattlo and hogs than for
carrying live stock products to (Chi
cago from points west, including Mis
souri river points. Tho exchange made
the complaint against the Chicago
Great Western and other railways en
gaged in this traffic. The 'commisidoii ' other cleaSor. On the wall -ihovi
holds that the discrimination is Inot Just aa wllh us, is a row of hxks near
Justified in anyway and that !tjjub to each otjer, on which hang pieces of
Jects tho llvo stock Interests to yin meat already dieted a rib and a' lejt.
reasonable prejudice and dlsadan- of .meat, u pork Joint ami udders (a
tago, giving to the traffic In the pilot!- J tidbit of tl.t Romans); also hums and
ucta of live stock unroaspnable pef liver, and, list of all tho fa vorlto boar's
erence. Tho commission reafllrms jits head. On 'be loft, in the smaller divl-
provlous decision in the Chicrlgo Rlon ot tiiOMiop, mo who oi i'.io iniu-n
board of trade case and extends tlho or slis in an easy ciunr, wim an ac
count botil on her Uneos. oiiL'tWd In
" 'llfVKnlth L'liNliuki-n'l
' One tiny the chodjn. firayotl aid
God would send him a tlnnisiu:
tors. "A full thousautl! I oou
take loss!'' said ho in conoludl
prayer. A rich iiuui wlio hatl
thu cliodla praying thoUKht he
try his eoiidstoiioy and next tin
a bug containing !!)! plustoi
way The chodja fountl tho
couniKtl the money, but as bo
tiirnitit; to carry it homo the toinptet fa
Ptopped tpnn behind it wall and cried:
"Yostordaj In your irtiyor you Si-,L,ffe
you could not lake loss than a ihon-jfcgf
sand plns'iors. and 1 wished to HhtnrJ''
you youif iuconslstop'cy. Leave thnt'
money. It Is inluu!" "Oh. no." said thifcgV
chodja. "Tills money (Jed sent mo iny
nnswer to my prayer, and I shall takoffi
It homo, irusting that lie who stmt iutjJi '
oK) plnsters will some time sure) '"'fO
me the oie outstantling piastor. Iniorfr,,
la no lnctnBlstenc.v, but plenty (.l,tWk
In inel" i And he walked iivi4tfy!cHpM
i...,lnllu1 I 1.1Vl,tll.r till ltllt MIH1(2S
ItillinilLli r tlinjiiii, w r- I -
A Roman Iltitclier'N .Slion.
The MuVeum of Antitpiltios at l)rs-jjif.
den has Jan interesting marble roller
from Hoiiio which represents an an- iU
cicnt butcher shop of oblong shape
divided n a pillar into two unequal
parts. lit the greater stands the lmtcn
er, with a high chopping block rosting-
ou three substantial legs lieitire mm,
will I c licliltid hhn hamr the Rtojrfflrrtt
and it cleaver, ho himself belli
nled in dividiug a rib tf meat V
announced to tlho
cattle and thldr
DrnnirtAnt R(nrlci Mfr.-5nfi to finr
Washlnctou. Jan. 20. The nnlli-
dent sent a message to the senil
recommending favorablo action uppn
a suggestion made by Assistant S'Jc
rotary l.oomls lor co-iporatlon by tfto
detmrtmonts of state and comraerl'O
and labor In collecting infornuitl
concerning trade conditions in ft
olgn countries. v'riie probitlent reco:
WK WILL DO VOUR
Cai.i. Pi ion k 7.") ou W.
HOLLISTER 6 ROSS.
Heavy Draylnft a Specialty
H. B. ASHER,
Of tho Kansas City Votor
inary Collogo Ofllco at E.
.lohnston's, tho llrltsk Barn.
ALL CALLS PKOWPTLY AlTtNDtD
KED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blno Hill first Tuesday in each
When you aro hungry and
want somothig nice iu the
moat line, drop into my
market. Wo havo tho nicost
and moats, fish, and gaino
in season. Wo think, and
almost know, that wo 1 an
ploaso you. Givo us a
Successors to '
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
No Change in Missouri.
Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 24. Tho
fifth ballot for United States senator
to succeed Francis M. Cockrell in j
joint session, resulted in no change I
Im 1wi .l...ll-w.1. n.t.1 ...n.. nn Pnlln.tfn. I
iu liiu uuiuiujuu, uiiu v.aa us luiiuno;
Nledringhaus, SO; Cockrell, 71); Ker
ens, 9; Pottijohn, 1. Thoro was ono
pair in the house and two in the son- hQ cMoA commcrc,. altaohcg
uiu. wjio ueiuucrui, iricKutiii ui uuji
try, was absent. Kerens received his
s.mo nine votes. Richardson of Jaok
eon continued to vote for Pettijohn.
Brown of Grundy, who had been ah
sent on account of Illness, was pres
ent and voted for Nledringhaus.
mends that provision bo Made for t'
appointment of six special agents,
shall visit the different countries ail
make a study of industrial condltloil
with a view to suggesting motllflcil
tlons and changes iu tho existlnjl
plans of our foreign commerce.
Adams Files Answer to Peabody.
Denver, Jan. 23. The answer of
Governor Alva Adams to the allega
tions of former Governor James II.
Peabody, contestant for the office, was
filed. It makes a general denial of
Poabody's allegations, and specifically
charges fraud. It alleges "divers cor
porations and mlno owners' associa
tions" conspired with tho Republican
state contral committee, and spent
largo sums In securing fraudulent
registration lists, padding registration
lists, corrupting election officials, and
buying votes for the purpose of elect
La Follctte Named for Senator.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 24. Governor
Robort M. La Folletto was, In tho
Republican caucus, chosen for Unit
ed States senator to succeed Joseph
V. Quarles. The governor received
C5 out of 107 votes on tho informal
ballot, which on mbtlon was mado
formal. Upon n motion to make the
nomination unanimous, a few mem-
hers rose to their feet and voted
' agnlnst it. Senator Quarles received
2G votes, tho other II! being divided
between throo candidates.
End of Trainmen's Troubles.
Philadelphia, Jan. 24. The strlk-J
situation on tho Pennsylvania rail
road has been' amicably
Tnere win no no stnuo. m
nounccment was made lafter
enco of less thau an hour's
between General Managor Ati"
of tho Pennsylvania railroad1
Grand Master Morrlssoy, Vice
Master Leo and the board of My
ment of the Brotherhood of Railw
nsslstlng t'10 buhiuoss of hoi.hub.uitt
by acting fttt bookkeeper. A'
Toiiil-r Ilo.'ii-U'il HiiK'Imm'K.
One whi has boon employed these
thirty yean iu slaughter huuos as
bookkeepej' saL-mau, eic. tells mo: "To
say that bitchora aro hard hearted Is
far fromftio truth Mint is, In most
cases. Lm mo explain how the shed
ding of ltjmau blood nlfot-ts them. I
once sawli huti-hcr cut his hand very
severely, (ml not tmo of his twenty or
more nssticatos could ho intlucetl to go
near to asilst him. I had to burning
htm up iispoH as I could and miJ hhn
to a hosplal. Another butohtjwho
had liolncc sliuiirhter from .(ifMi to
4,000 hog, day for years saw a wom
an throw brst'ir before a freight train.
which mingled her fearfully. Ho
promptly jfiinted. I havo seen more
than a huiilred lights at slaughter
houses, biitnovor yet saw a butcher at
toftise a knife." New- Yoric
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
'tic WIiIimv'n Cnii.
tV very ahiont origin, dating back to
U10 time oftlio old Egyptians, has tho
WMUOWS CB. The Greeks hnrmwtxf
from the lifter the custom of fshavlnc
the head anl heard In time ofJhourn
ing. Tho Uinans conlod. bvit.ill'liiL' a
smonth shaen onoolo im,i .iv th.A
head uponwhicii to opera to. Thls
when Hluivoj. they covered with a wig. I
xue womeiiUitl not necessarily shave
uieir ucauH,' out thoy were careful to
mue tneir mil- beneath a cap.
f ..... "... .,
Features of the Day's Trading and
ChleiiKD, .inn. 2l.-Finr of ilfvi'lopincntB ot crnpo'upm the arm Is a na
In tnu IttisHiiiu sit tintion rcHtrlctcil trade
In wheat today. The rt'Miilt was a decline mown to ui iVmn i.... . , ,i
of mi. Corn mi.l oats were .lawa'UQ C,im ..?.,, i'?.n.day? ot C 'Ivalry
c and provisions woru tip "VUi-Vic Clos
Wlifiit-.Mny, ?t.liy,; July, nsy,e; Sept".,
Cora May, H'JJc; July, 4riV!c; Si-pt., .45.
Oats-May, .'K)T,e; July, :wy,e; Spt., 28V4.
Pork-May, $13.05; July, ?i:.10. '
I.ard-.May, 5;..10; July, $7.i,
military cnijlcui of bereavement',
down to ui from In vs. c i,i
jwhon hidlea fair bound scarfs upon
w. iuwa 01 i noir champions as they
vent to tost their skill and courage in
n , JHIKIH DoIiik.
"lies rigntlul work is oftm,
Senatc Pncscs Fortifications Bill.
Washington, Jan. 24. Hovorhlgo
made anothor Ineffectual effort In tho
senato to hnvo a tlmo fixed for voting
on the statehood bill. The opposing
senators expressed an unwillingness
to voto on the bill until tho amend-
uionts shall have been disposed of.
Rll.a-Miiy, ?IUK); Jan., $0770. . L k lear of xvli.t n.iw..D ,,, fallM
ChlLitKo Ctthli I'rkTS-No. 'J lmr.1 wUfit.l -rll . , 0lhorB W,U say lb.o-tt
11 1!!tfi1 1lt- ST.. !t Ininl wliffit. Sl.0MJl.1!l! lu al,IS '"liy bO OVOll llinrn n l.,,.Jn.
No. i! oiiBli i-orn, i:Ka4:P4c; No. 2 cutth fP tho work thnn tlio fear of nor ,ininL.
' mim-. I tho work ut all. it takes courage to
Chicago Live Stock. . ?ul , Vi. !)eUovo Wu "Slit to do
ilniKo, Jan. I.-Cattlo-Itfti'lpts, n.ooo; ..f','. u"'' vo sliall be erltlcisjciL
itly; kooiI to prime HtoiTH, r.ti.-iTMJ.iri; '-lr "tloi,8ttK)d or scorned Rut thT1
i- in mi'iihiin, ?:i.li."iS.-.M); hiopkith ami Ipal calamity lies In not ,i0n,' w,
YBs"t. tbis It is well to hav I
sk strong,, fear that wo shall I III
feeders. SL'.WWf MB; eow8, SliVil.-IO; helf
ers, ?U.004r.t)O; eanners, l.'-T(fiU.rM; LiiMh,
?2.10j:i.f)O; calves, $2.7r)(r7.O0. Hogs-Hj..
celptts, '."i,(K)0; strong; inlxetl ami butvliuni,
4.(i04c4,S(); good to eholee lienvy, Hyt1
i.SlYy, rougli heavy, ?4.(i0iM."0: llK'tt. 54.UO
(R4.7.3: bulk of sales. S1.70ill.b0, .Sheet)
tiurago to faco whatever others m
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