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Ouo-way Second Class Tickets
DAILY FROM SEPTEMBER is TO OCTOBER ai
Tickets Rood in Tourist Sleocing Cars. Reclining Chairs l-MtKK.
Sumo rates to Phoenix nnd Prcsoott, Ariz.. El Paso. Tox., and interme
diate points. Corresoouding rates from all points east during the same period
Axout opportunities for farmers in San Joaquin Valley.
California Round Trip
rs in September and Octobor round trip fl
ifornia and North Pacific Cnrmt. nmiii fnr
uncertain days in boptomhor and Ootobor round trip first class tickets
win uo soui 10 uaiuornia and iNortli Pacific Coast points for a
half rate, account national meotiiiKS in
tho Portland Imposition. Return 1 mit
and stop-over gruntod in Colorado and
liolow are dates of salo and rates from Chicago, St. Louis and Missouri
River. ou can ptirehayo through tiokots of your homo agent.
California and BackDirect routes both ways or Portland one way
On September 1. 2. !). 1. fj. 12. 1.1. 11. "(J. 27. 28. at
$67 50 from Chicago, $63 50 from St. Lous and $56 from Missouri lliver
California and Back Direct Routes Both Ways
On October 17, IS, 10, 20, 21 At $62 50 from Chicago,
$57.50 from St. Louis, and $50.00 from Missouri River
Numerous other rates for combination trips via Portland, etc. Full par
ticulars on request of any Hallway Agent, or General passenger Agent A. T .A
S. R Ry., Railway Exchange, Chicago, or Topoka, Kan.
2f.1 1 "f OIr f S Ifc is Clisicr to tell what California hasn't than what
""-va IIAW it has, for In that meat empire is found nearly
everything that man needs. Tho San Joaquin Valley is ono of the largest in
tho United States which is subject to irrigation, and tho people who are living
there now aro perfectly happy and contented, and think that it is really the
best country in tho World That in itself is tlio best recommendation. You
never hear a Californian speak of his country except in praise of it.
Litorature and Tho Earth, free for tho asking
GENERAL COLONIZATION AGENT,
11J7 Railway Exchange, CHICAGO:
Please send California information as per ad. in the Red Cloud Chief.
In a watch chain that adds nothing
to the chain's looks or the quality of
its workmanship ? The outer sur
face 0 pure gold and all the details
of workmanship and finish are
identically the same In
and in the costly gold ones.
For Sale by
Jewelers 8 Opticians,
against Firo, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in
surance company intho stto.
Clunifi and brtiulflci the hIf.
l'romotei Imurlant plinth.
Novor Fads t Hcitore Qr"y
Hntp to Its Youthful Color.
Cunt srtlp dlirtici b hir tailing,
0r, and tltxlnt Druggl't
if. B. ASHBR,
Of the Kansas City Veter
inary Collogo Ofllco at E.
Johnston's, tho Urick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - NEB.
At Bine Hill first Tuesday In each
Double Berth in SIpmiIiu' n..r
. From Chicago . . $7 00
From Kansas ;ity . . 5 75
From St. Louis . (i rft
little more than
Los Angeles and San Francisco, and
is 00 days, not to exceed No; jmbor 150,
PACKERS ATTACK GRAND JURY
Attorneys for Indicted Men Malntair
Body Was Not Properly Drawn.
Chicago, Sept. 19. By pleas ir
abatement, attorneys representing the
seventeen packers and other persons
Indicted by the federal grand jury 011
a charge of conspiring in a trust ta
monopolize tho meat business, attack
ed tho position of the government
Tho attack was made against the 1m
panelling of tho jury; alleged lmprop
er service of a summons on John Mur
ray, ono of tho jurors; unlawful se
crecy at the time the jury was drawn
from the box; unlawful presence of a
stenographer In the Jury room during
the hearing and tho subsemient writ
ing of tho shorthand notes; that the
indictment was returned in tho east
crn division of Illinois, although tho
jury which found the indictment, was
sitting In the northern division of the
northern district. Tho plea, which la
very lengthy, was filed with District
Attorney C. B. Morrison after an all
day's conference between Attorney
John S. Miller, general counsel for
the packers, and a number of associ
ate counsel In tho caso.
The main ground upon which tho
defendants stand In their plea Is tho
presence of John Murray on the jury.
It is their claim that tho jury was
drawn from tho box previous to March
3, at which time a law ro-dlstrlctlng
the northern district of Illinois went
Into effect. Previous to this Kanka
kee county, tho home of John Murray,
was In the northern division of the
northern district of Illinois. By the
toims of the new law this county was
placed in tho eastern division of the
northern district, and therefore not
within tho jurisdiction of tho court.
STORM WATERS RECEDING.
Rainy Season of Two Weeks Broken
in Kansas and Missouri.
Kansas City, Sept. 20. The sun
shone In western Missouri and Kan
sas, breaking tho rainy season of the
last two weeks. With tho cessation
of rain streams began to recede rap
Idly, and as a result conditions Im
proved materially. Tho Missouri Pa
cific had made such progress In re
pairing Us tracks that tho road ex
pected to send trains over their rogu
lar route today. Tho Missouri Pacific
used tho Burlington and Wabash
tracks between Knnsas City and St.
Louis, the dnmago on tho Wabash hav
ing been repaired. Tho Missouri, Kan.
sas and Texas sent its southern trains
over tho St. Inils and San Francisco
road to Fort Scott, Kan. West of Kan
sas City, tho only streams that con-
f lulled to cause tumble were tho
M anils des Cyguos, around Ottawa,
Kan., and within two counties west
of that place, and the erdlgris river
in the vicinity of Madison. Kan.,
where tho lowlands are still badly
flooded. At Hosedale, Knii., near Kan
mis City, tho water from Turkey creek
receded fast and tho people began
moving back Into their homes.
Dloomlngton Printers Win.
Hloomlngton, 111., Sept. 20. Tho
printers' strike In this city ended to
day, when tho last of the shops signed
the eight-hour agreement.
Standing of the Teamo.
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CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
riili-iiK", Sept. Il. -Ili'iiy iiniM'ini'iit nf
wlii'iit In the norlliwi"t liml n weiiUrnliik'
rnYct toilny 011 tin1 whi'iit iiiniKt'l licii'. At
tin- close ulicnt for DiTi'inlii't- (Icllvi'iy win
off Ki1. Coin was up ',. Outs wi'ic pine
tlciilly niii'liiiiigi'il. Ii minions were down
'J'10e. (MomIhk prlii's:
Wheat-Hept., M!ji-i lrt, S'lViSk'j Mny,
Coin Si'pt., 01o, new, fi'-V; Dee., Il-';
uiiiK-Si-pt., Wii-: te. '-'s);': Mny, now.
I'otk u-t., $1 Lir-i'i; Jan., ?r.'.:i:..
I.iuil-Oet., $7.7l!4; Jan., Sii.Mi'fc.
Itllis-Oi-t., S.r7'i; Jan.. $ii. IWd.17'6.
Chicago Canli l'lh-cs No. '1 haul wlieat,
Sii,SHi-: No. .'I haul wlii'Mt, WMfMlc; No. ''
ami, CUVir"-lt; No. a ontrt, 'Mi:
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Oinalia, Scit. 11). Ciittli- Ki'wIptB,
8,ri(K); Mtciuly: iintlw Hti'fi's, $;i.7.Vnil.lU;
iows iiuil lii'lfi'iH, $''.7Virl.riO; wi'stcin
t-U'iTM, ?:iKKii I.N'i; Texas hIi-ims, .7tVi:i.t5;
latiKi-' cows ami lu-lfi'is, ?l'.(hki:i. 10, can
ni'is, $l..MKrJ.:H); sloi-Kt'is anil fci'ilois,
ft.'.'J.Vfi l..'lO; onlvi'S, spi!.riiKiiri..Vi; IiuIIh, hIiiks,
etc., JF'.'.'J.'ff.'S.oO. IloKh- Kficlpls, l,r,(KI;
stcaily; i.cavy. $ri.'j.V(iri,;i.i; ntiM'il, ?.".:;o'(ij
r..:iri; iifrht, ?.".:ukii.". io; pi,'s, .fi :vnz imi.
hulk of sah-s, ..".:( K,;,".;tr. Slu-cp Iti-cclpts,
1!.IH)0; sti-aily: wvsti'iiiH, !f l.."o.ii.".(Hi; wcth
cis, l.-.'ftl.riO; owes, $:i.'J.Vfi I.'.'.; IuiiiIib,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Sept. 1!).-Cattle-Ki'ci'lpt,
18,riO0; HtioiiK anil active; choice licet
steers, $.V2.V(MMH); fair to kooiI, $I.WMJ
."(.J."; westein fed steers, $;t.(XV(l.7r; stock
era anil feeders, if-'.r.Ofti t.'Sr, cahes, LoOy
ll.'-Ti. HoKS-Ueeelpts, -l.tKX); tie IiIkIici-;
hulk of Miles, $r.;i.Viri..V); heavy, if.".;i.Ve
n.rit): packers, ?.".:i.V(ri..VJj: plus ami IlKlit,
$5.KKir.10. Sheep Ueeclpts, -1,000; steady;
lainhs, ?r.'J.r(i7.00; ewes and yearlings,
Chicago Live Stock.
ClilctiKo, Sept. lll.-Cnttle-Hecelpts, 13,.
(KK); slow, Home lots hi'IIImu lower; beef
steers, $;t.7."'ir.IH); stocUurs and feeders,
$'Jl.WVtt-.'i, cows mid dinners, $1.r('( I.LTi;
liulls, .fl'.CKVii 1.10; -nclfeis, ftl 111;
calves, ?;i.'.'(l'i7.r.O. Ho:s-ltecelpts. 1S,KK);
steady, demand kooiI; shipping and select
ed, $.',5(5,80; mixed and heavy packing,
5.,l.l(Wiri..ri,J(r; IIkIiI. f-V-Tiri.tri; pl;s mid
ronh, Sli.iAXiiCiAl'iVj. Sheep Iteeelptx, JW,
0(K); iliiner; Bheep, $3.00ril.8d; lamlis, $4.u0
Break In tho Typothctae.
Chicago, Sept. 18. Desertions from
tho ranks of tho Chicngo Typothctae
In Its first fight agnlnst the establish
ment of the eight-hour day In book
and job offices wero reported by union
officials, who declared that several
members of the master printers' or
ganization have signed tho union
against providing for a shorter work
day Jan. 1, 1900.
Five Die by Boiler Explosion.
Plnconning, Mich., Sept. 18. Tho
boiler In tho stavo mill of Edward
Jonnlngs blew up, killing five men and
severely Injuring two others. Tho
causo of tho accident is unknown, tho
egnlneor bolng among those killed.
Tho mill Is In ruins.
Nan Patterson Is Married.
Washington, Sept. 18. Nan Patter
son, who was tried twlco In Now York
for tho murder of Caesar Young, the
well known bookmaker, was re-mnr-rled
at noon hero to her former hus
band, Leon G. Martin.
Gaynor Declines Nomination.
New Yprk, Sept. 20. Justice Will
iam J. Gaynor declined to accept tho
fusion nomination for mayor of New
York city. . . , i .
' Norrls Jury Unable to Agree.
Springfield, O., Sept. 18. After be
ing out seventeen hours tho jury in
the John T. Norrls blackmail caso re
ported that they could roach no agree
ment. For forty-two ballots they
stood six for acquittal and six for con
vlction. Norrls Is ono of the best
known detectives in tho country and
was indicted for blackmailing saloon
keepers whllo ho was in tho employ
of tho Law and Order league.
Clears Up Mystery In Girl's Drowning.
Watertown, Wis., Sept. 18. Tho
finding of tho body of John Traeumor i
111 Liiu ii vii jiutu uiuuia iii u my&iuiy
involving the drowning of Miss Emma
Schultzc. Traoumer and Miss Schultzo
went boatlngJWednesday night jand
on Thursdny the young woman's body
was found Hunting In tho river and
the boat upturned. Tho general be
lief now Is that both wore accidentally
Dies While Praying In Church.
Monroe, Gn Sept. 18. Hev. William
V. Hoblnson, pastor of the Methodist
church here, died suddenly while pray
ing iu the Baptist church during tho
morning service. Mr. Hoblnson had
first attempted to preach at his own
church, had dismissed his congrega
tion and gone to the Baptist church.
Murder and Suicide.
Iiwell, Intl., Sept. IS. Harry Ho
nian, said to bo a sou of a wealthy
brewer of Hammond, Intl., shot and
killed Mrs. Jeantiette at Cedar Inko
and then committed suicide. It Is
naltl that Mrs. Jtannette's refusal to
receive his attention was tho cuubo
of the act.
NEBRASKA SHOWS GAIN.
There Arc 1,819 Factories In the State
Employing 23,433 Persons.
Washington, Sept. UO. According
to a bulletin Issued by tho census bu
reau there were at tho beginning of
the present year 1,811) manufacturing
establishments In the state of Ne
braska, as against 1,707 In 1000, and
the capital employed amounted to
$80,235,810, aa against $fiB,002.3l3.
Theio weie 3,192 officials employed
and tccelved salaries amounting In tho
nggiegato to $3,071,1)11. The wage
earners number 20,211, nnd they wero
paid $11,022,117 annually. Tho prort
nets for the present year aro valued
at $i:.t.niS.2L'o. a gain or 19 per cent
since l !)()() Of the principal cities,
Lincoln showed the giealest gain,
amounting to S9 per cent The gnln
In Omaha was 12 per cent and In
South Omaha 3 per cent. Slaughter
ing and meat packing continues to ho
tho principal Industry, with a produc
tion for last year of $09.2 13, 108, a do
crease or almost $2,000,000 when com
pared with 1900. Flour and gilst mill
ing hold second place, with a total of
$12,H)0.3"i:5. against $7,791,130 for 1900.
ANTI-CIGARETTE LAW VOID.
Such Is Decision of Judge Day of the
Omaha, Sept 19. Judge Day of tho
district court declared the anti-cigar
ette law unconstitutional, Insofar as It
refers to tho giving away of cigarette
papers or "makings," which is not
covered In the title. In rendering tho
decision Judge Day went Into a dis
cussion of the law at some length. Ho
said there aro so many supremo court
decisions hearing on tho point that
only ono subject can be covered by
any legislative act and that tho tltlo
must fully cover tho subject matter.
In tho title of tho act In question
thero is no mention of tho giving
away or allowing tho taking of cigar
ette papc. This omission tho court
held to be latal In the caso at bar,
where John Alperson. a tobacco deal
er, was arrested by tho pollco on tho
chargo of giving away clgnrotto pa
per. Alperson's attorney, Judgo Mc
Hugh, asked for n writ of habeas
corpus, which Judgo Day grants. Tho
court ordered Alperson released from
Judgo Day was careful to say that,
whllo the particular part of the act
referred to Is clearly unconstitutional,
thero was no occasion to pass on tho
validity of tho balance of the act.
CIRCUS TENT BLOWN DOWN.
Many Persona Injured During Storm
at Maryville, Mo.
Maryvlllo, Mo Sept. 19. Tho hlg
tent of Ilingling Bros. circus col
lapsed here. Ono man wns fatally In
Jured, six seriously hurt and moro
than two score others bruised or
The Injured; Edward Booth, farm
er, back broken, lung penotrated, will
dlo; Mrs. Booth, leg broken; J. E.
Ormo, farmer, arm broken; Mrs. John
Kane, arm dislocated, Internal Injur
ies; II. T. Carmlchncl, head bnlised
and cut; Mrs. Thomas Clark, two ribs
broken; Charles Hoblnson, son of II.
E. Robinson of tho Mnryvlllo Tribune,
Tho wind had blown a gale all day,
nnd In tho afternoon, when thero were
15,000 people assembled In tho tent
witnessing tho performance, an oxtrn
Btrong gust raised tho enormous can
vass high enough to lift all tho poles
and supports from their positions,
nnd tho whole mass fell upon tho au
dience, Bhow peoplo nnd animals. All
made a panic stricken effort to escape.
Murder Still a Mystery.
Des Moines, Sept. 18. The manner
of tho murder of George R. Grlswold,
tho Insurance ngent, whoso body was
found In tho Des Moines river with
tho hands tied behind tho back, Is
still a mystery. Further examination
of tho remains Incline the authorities
to bollevo that tho body was kept
twenty-four hours after death boforo
It was thrown Into tho water. Tho
only thing that points to a certain
class is that at the tlmo tho remains)
wore found tho denizens of the un
dor world of tho city know thnt an
lnsuranco ninn was missing. They
i also know nearly -(ho placo in tho
city tho man lived.
one year for
Rod Cloud, Nob.
8'I. J OK
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL'l LAKE G'Y
and all points
TIUINB UUVS AR rOU.OWB!
13. 1'AKMiiiKor dully for Obcrlln
nun si. iTimciH iiruticnen.ux
ford, McCook, Duuvornnd nil
polntH vrcMt -. 70S a.m.
No, 14. PnHHOiiKcr dully for St. Joo,
Kriihrh City, Atchlnon. 8t.
I,ou I h. Lincoln via Wytnoro
nnd nil polntH eiint n:id noiith 210 a.m
No IS, 1'annonKer. dnlly. Donver, nil
eolntn in C'olorndo, Utah and
nllforula. ....... 8:03 p.m.
No. 10. I'aHHOiiKor, dnlly for St. Joo,
Kiiuurb City. AlchlHon, St.
Louis and all polntH cant nnd
Roiith ... ....... 10:35 a.m.
No. 174. Accommodation, MoikIhj-,
WcducHdny nnd Friday. Ham
ItiBR, Ornnd Inlnnd, black
Illflu nnd all potato In tho
northwest -1 :30 p.m.
Stooping, dlnlnR, and reclining chair cars,
(RoatR froo) on through traltm. Tlckotn Hold and
baKKRKO checkod to any point Iu tho United
8 tat u or Canada.
For Information, tlrno tablcR, mapR or tlekoti
call on or nddrosN A. Conovor, Agont. Ited
Oloud, Ncbr. or I.. W. Wnkclcy, Gun oral Pan
icngoi Agent Omaha, Nobrama
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