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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1906)
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..ua,uni iMiiniiiirinnnmrtTTmriniii iiitt-tii friniTH rn-r n ' ' " ' it'-ii i niiiiini mi n linn i in i iinn
bull-, ki.i-. fn.. SJ f.il.IWJ. JI 'ii-' Ui- i
tt'lptM, ."!; 5" Hc lower: ln-my. t) '
1 ..".; Illlxi'cl, .(!.1.V-MI..,U. 1IK1U, fcU.li'" '
?r. .,'(.-; limit ni hiiics, n, in .
,.1in.,.1tt,. i.r.mrimnn rospnndoiit at LIkIkhi wye, that accord
IJl ,ttY IWS V (OMUTEB Inir to liitHltemce received there tne
Insurrection in MnttoOrospo, Hrazll, Is i "-"-; i.ih. .... ..-; iuii. .h.-n ......
.welling to I.UR0 proportions. The J SJSr1,:A.oS?i:
insurgciuH, h is iujujihh, hhvu "ib"
lzod a largo army and arc marching
on Itio Janeiro and have already enp
tured several cities. General Rlbcrio,
with 10,000 federal troops, has been
sent against tho revolutionists. Fear
ful carnage Is reported and tho killed
are- saJd to bo already more than 4,-000.
FRENCH ARMY CAPTAIN IS COM
Officer Or.ce Degraded as a Convicted
Traitor Will Be Restored to Place
In Army Given Full Certificate of
Innocence and Honor.
SENSATION IN HARTJE CA8E.
Parla, July 13. Alfred Dreyfus was
completely acquitted of tho charges on
which hu waa condemned as a traitor,
dismissed troui the army and Impris
oned on Devil's island and regarding
which Franco has been torn for years
by tho most bitter political and racial
agitation. His vindication is twofold,
tho sunreme court first annouuc
Its decision establishing tho v
uocenco of the accused man
ministry later deciding to present an
urgent bill In parliament restoring I Us resumption was contingent upon
uwt'O, ?I.7iVji5.H; luinlw, ?U.'i(7.75.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July lO.-CuUlc Iteeelpts, 27,
000; lict Htoaily, others 10c lower: com
mon to prlmu BtcrrH, SV-'.VfKJ.W): town,
$l!.7."!N.r0; helfer. $'J.7.V."j.a3i bulla, $L'.(W
(fM.'JTj; calvcH, $r.7(VUl,uO; stockors ami
feeders, $L'.(X34.'Jo. Hogs Kuci'lpts, W,'
:)0; lOo lower; choice to prime heavy, $0.60
C'O.M; medium to Rood heavy, $().(XK3.7r;
butcherwelKlits, $0.7r,&"; good to choice
heavy, mixed, $0.fl."Vft..7ii; packing, $0.00(3
D.W. Sheco-lteceliitM, '.! 1,000; hIow; sheep,
M.a.v?irt.'AV, yearlings, ?5.400.M); lambs,
Judge Scores Millionaire's Attorneys 3',iVjam
for Try ng case n Newspapers. . . . ,,,.,
niutai. July n.-nopif with' . " ,;crtp,
sensations as it has been from tho ,.M)00. stlMlly t(, Ktrong; native Htecrs,
start, the climax of sensationalism in $i.oofd.lo; western fed nteers. .?:i,"fui.r;
nouuclng the llartjo divorce came was reached Muckers ami rceticiH, , j.,.m...u; cows.
entire In- J when an attempt was made to resume ' nS-UeeoipTTOO;' lite
and tho; tho case before Judge Fraser. When iwer; top, $.B; bulk of sales. $rt.co?r
tho caso wns adjourned last Friday ' imkp,,.: heavy, $u.ttWMJ.:Ji.; packers, o.rtVu
J.ii.; pig anil iigni. .i.wiimj.. Mioep
Dreyfus to tho army with advanced!
the turning over of tho famous forty
letters which nro exhibits in the ca3o
to Mrs. Hartjo's couiibcI. The uudcr-
rank and otherwise giving tho govern
merit's most ample reparation.
The decision of the court was a
foregone conclusion, as exhaustive In
quiries had completely demolished tho
fubrlc of tho accusal ion ugalnst Drey
fus, showing that the real culprit was
Major Count Esterhazy. The decision
therefore annulled the condemnation
of the Itennes court-martial and or
dered that tho acquittal be posted aud
published throughout France.
The decision of tho court was read
by M. Hnllot-Beaupre, president of
tho court of cassation, Immediately on
the reassembling of tho court at noon.1
'I he palace of justice was thronged
by nn eager crowd seeking ndmission
to tho court room. Among those pres
ent were Mi'.thew Dreyfus, brother of
Alfred Dreyfus; Maltro Momard. coun
sel for Captain Dreyfus; Joseph Rein
iich, tho historian of tho Dreyfus af-,
fair; Colonel Plcquart, Mine. Zola and
many others who have figuied In varl-
rir olnitno rC ttt swi1rt1nn t nil men '
WHO dlKWi) lil UIU AiVUHHVU V.IIOVI
Captain Dreyfusi was not present, con
4iiittwr lilo linfittitnl cnntnnv hv in.
. . ',,,,.,' t i ' case would proceed
malnlng secluded In the garret whero .. ' ,
lie lias hitherto been cut off from tho
The ministers held a protracted
special session at the Klysce palace
under President Falliercs and deter
mined upon tho government's course
In carrying out tho decision. The text
Kceelpts. G.ooo; ctimig; lamb. $.00iiJ.U0;
fed sheep and yearlings, .f.".0(lt(i.Uo.
Pr'eparrng for EncamrJme'iit,
Lincoln. July 10. A roster of tho
officers of tho Nebraska National
Guard as It will appear In the field at
Fort Itlley Is now being prepared by
Adjutant General Culver. The en- '
campment Is now only two weeks !
away and tho companies throughout
the stato aro all busy drilling and
preparing for tho event. Most of tho
companies have- been recruited to
their full llmlt:
Strawberry on Raspberry Bush.
York, Neb., July 1C Several York
county horticulturists are experiment
ing in bettering quality and size of
various fruits and flowers. N. Ken
nedy has been experimenting and has
produced a berry that he has named
strawberry-n.spberry because both in
shape and size it resembles a straw
berry and It grows on a bush resem
bling a raspberry cane. These plants
commence to bear early and continue
1 to benr for three months. They re-
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has boon
in uso for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of
and has been mado under his ncr-
77 vy sonal supervision since its infancy.
'C6CCi(64 Allow nn nnn bwlnriolvn vnu in f1i!u
All Counterfeits, Imitations mid" Just-as-good" nro hut
.Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. Ifc destroys "Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
tk Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
I OrntlHtlrr limn Mint ATf Ihu'llll'o nntiTi,
aww......b o n..iv mi.i. iiiuijwo v..... ... 1144. , ,u l ,j
letters and the '1U,IU muu trtM- 11,u i,u B
licious and has a combination llavor
of both tho raspberry and strawberry.
THC CCNTAUn COMfltU, 7T MURnAY JJTntCT, NCWVORK CITY.
sel would have the
I After some minor enses had been
disposed of In tho court, tho Hartju
case was called and Mr. Free, of Mrs.
Hartjo's counsel, cxpluined that ho
had been unable to get the letters
and wns therefore unprepared to go
BAPTISTS RE-ELECT OFFICERS.
Put In All Executives Save Vice Presi
dent Gaines of Atlanta.
Omaha, July 14. All the executivo
near this city. The surveyors put In
grading stakes within about a mile or
REUNITED AFTER 32 YEARS.
on. Judge Frasor thereupon took the j olllcers save one were re-elected for Chapter in Life of Strom3burg Man
nniuiRol for hnth shins tn task and another biennium by tho Baptist1 Which Has Few Counterparts.
of Uo hills v,as formulated, which, c,fl them wRh sh cl(Jal, 0 Y People's Union of America on, Stromsburg, Neb., July 14. Thirty-
will bo Introduced in the chamoer of severol censured both siaes, and cs-! tho second day of its convention. The, six years ago two boys, one three
deputies concerning respectively Drey. ...' BhnnB11, ,, ttnrnnva fnr ' unminntimr mmmlttoo made Its re-1 years of age and the other a few
fus and Colonol Plcquart, with tho ob- M H ,, f t u , ca ,n i t renominating all the officers ex-, years older, were kidnaped from their
the newspapers. 1 cept Vice President W. W. Gaines or o" " "o uy uhhh ui uuminB
Tho case will bo resumed today, as I Atlanta, who, it Is understood, did not musicians and brought to this coun-
MM RM T
ject of restoring both to the ranks
they would have held if they had con'
.l....n.r.1.. ...! I.. !. T"..
......u..BO .-" i ij. " th0 0Xhiblts wore turned over to Mrs.
fus consequently will he nominated a I n tJ . Be, ftt th(J commnnd oI
ninjor, with oventual early promotion, jU(1eo praier
to a lieutenant colonelshlp. Plcquart j ' '1 '.
will Immediately become a brigadier Alfred Belt Passes Away,
general. Dreyfus' name also will bo London, July 17. Alfred licit, tha
Inscribed on tho list for 'the Legion of, well known South African nnnncier,
LT1 rtC VJ&&
Discussions of the bills will be
taken up Immediately and the minis
ters will endeavor to have them pass
both houses In the course of the day,
tho cabinet desiring to settle the mat
ter before the parliamentary vacation
it dead. Mr. Belt, who is said to have
been the richest man In London and
who controlled tho output of gold in
South Africa, was at one time alleged
to bo forming a "gold trust," In which
names of prominent American flnan1
clers were mentioned. He gave largo
desire a re-election, and the report
of the committee was adopted with-'
out dissent. These arc the officers
re-elected: President, John II. Chap
man of Chicago; vico presidents,
George A. Miller of Baltimore, Pro
fessor A. L. McCrlmmon of .Toronto,
George W. Truett of Dallas, Tex; re
cording secretary, H. W. Reed of
Rock Island, 111.; treasurer, H. B. Os
good of Chicago.
GRAIN RATE WAR IS ON.
try. They were subjected to such
brutal treatment that, after four years
of thankless service, they determined
to make their escape. Accordingly, as
the train was pulling out of Clarks,
Merrick county, the younger of tho
two. aided by his brother, jumped off.
Tho older brother expected to follow
him, but failed to accomplish his escape.
in order to avoid a recurrence of the' sns of money to the Bed Cross and
other institutions and recently donat
ed $500,000 to found a university at
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Spoclflo,
Sure to Civo Satisfaction.
mups Briipr at nunr
A farmer driving to his home in It clonuses, soothes, heals, and protocta the
Polk county came across the boy and diseased, moinbniuo. It cures Cntarrh and
mndo him onn nf his household. Thnt ilrivps n.wnv n. Cold in tho Head nuieklv.
I homeless lad to whom the farmer gave Restores tho Souses of Taste ami Smell.
Again and Bur- r h(jme wm prnnk pruI(le Qf gtrt)ma. Kasytouso. Contains ino injurious drugs.
agitation of the country.
GIRL MURDERS BROTHER.
Trial Trip of Cruiser Milwaukee.
San Francisco. July 17. Tho trial
announced that It had met the recent
reduction of lVi cents per 100 pounds,
Man Who Killed "Holy Roller" Shot
aa Act of Revenge.
Seattle, Wash., July 13. Esther. trjj, 0f the cruiser Milwaukee, which
Mitchell shot and killed her brother, ims been completed at the Union Iron
George Mitchell, in tho waiting roomj WOrks, was had In San Francisco bay. ; ma,i0 by tho Burlington, Northwestern
of the Union station. The shot was The cruiser Milwaukee will cost tho I nmi Missouri Paciilc. The announce
ilrcd just as Mitchell rose to take tho government about $1,500,000. It is ment 0f the Union Pacific also brought
train for Oregon. Tho brother, who stipulated in the contract that tho tho information that it would continue
wus acquitted Tuesday of killing vessel must attain a speed of twenty-' ti, nnvmnnt nf IV, cents ner 100
Union Pacific Slashes
linnton Goes Below.
st . l . i..1 n 4.ntn 4 1m tminn
on iAn iui.1 erata oducts from count' nml for BOVOral years was a arTrlistoriOMntelSaiU
on giain and gialn prol cts lrom guccessful fnnncn Later he W(mt inlo Pl Y ' RnTHFn, ' R wi. Kr
points west o xne iuisbou.i i w , tho restnurant business here, in whldi
Omaha aro all out of line. On ad- he ,g stjn on.,arcd
vices from Chicago, tho Union Paciilc . T-,ni, nn. ' ,wn vnnra ..
ii-"m; -iif w j4o Hf
At1Sfwl tttln lirt t Auf titln til nhCAtltnrl
Ho grew to manhood in this ?.'' ::"lurn "f"B. nLr . i
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. Now York.
Franz Edmund Crelheld, tho leader of
tho "Holy Hollers." diopped in his
tracks. Esther Mitchell was at onco
Tho Mitchells, George, Perry and
Fred, wero sitting with Esther on a
bench in tho big waiting room, talk
ing together, and apparently on tho
best of tetms. When the Oregon
train was announced, George Mitchell
rose and started forward. His sister
Btopped to his side and pressing tho
revolver close to his head, pulled tho
trigger before anyone had realized
what was happening.
Esther Mitchell is the sister to
r.vonge whoso treatment Georgo shot
Creifleld. She has refused to have
nnything to do with her brother since
the Bhootlng and It was tho first timo
they had beon seen togetlier on good
Directly after tho shooting Perry
Mitchell and Fred Mitchell wero ar
rested as witnesses. Tlioy were found
together on a bench In the depot, sob
bing on each other's shoulders.
Woman's Song Charms Lion.
Deadwood, July 13. Mrs. John Un
derwood of Now York, encamped with
her 'husband In a remote gulch near
Harney's peak, in tho Black Hills, was
attacked by a mountain Hon while a
milo from camp. She screamed. Tho
lion paused, with one foot on her
breast. Sho changed her screams to
a song. As tho animal still hesitated,
she continued to sing till morning,
when her husband found hor and
lilllod the Hon, which apparently waa
charmed by tho song. Tho woman
was slightly injured.
Rebels Win in Brazil.
London. July. 14v The Leader's cor-
Standing of the Clubs.
NAT'NAI. IXAOn:, AMi:iUCAN ASS'N.
W. I,, v. w. I-. V.
,D7 lil 701 Columbus ..r.H .'II WJ
.Wi -J7 Kill1 Mllwa'kuu .-17 W ."till
Frulde heard nothing of his brother
or any other member of the family.
Owong no extreme youth when stolen
he had forgotten his own name.
Recently a band of traveling mu
sicians wero here and to them Mr. 1
Frulde told his story. Upon hearing
pounus 10 insure uio iiruuiin uiouui..B lt ono of tn0 ,iumber expressed the be
of its cars. ilof that h0 jjnow ti10 brother, who, ho
Tho Information wired to tho Union EnW res,(lc(1 m chlcag0 Mr aml
Pacific was also wired to tho Burling-, ,, r,.,...,,. Ioft fnr pi.nnn
.W) US HIV
.10 10 WW
Toledo 11 US Ml!
Mlnn'polls .-40 -10 f:.1
J I 47 40! Louisville .4:5 40 Did
.HI .11 "7S
,'M IS 1177
n n:i :w8
New York..4tl 20 01.1
l'hll'phlu ..4(1 JJ Mil
Cleveland .45 ai 0DJ
cidcngo . . .1:1 :i4 r58
Detroit ....-10 :m r.''tl
st. Louis... :m 38 raw
WuHli'ton ..'-'7 40 3M
Uostou ....10 CO J44
Kau. City.. 38 ir. irs
st. i'aiii....3:i no 3i)s
ludlu'polls .30 51 370
I). Moines. .W) '-'2 (11W
Oiualta ...,:i0 32 541)
Denver . . . .37 3! 507
Sioux City. 32 40 4H
Lincoln ....: 42 417
Pueblo . . . .28 44 3SJ
ton and that road Immediately an
nounced that It would make a still far
ther reduction of IV cents per 100
pounds on all grain nnd grain prod
ucts from the west to Omaha.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, July lO.-Untavorntilc weather in
southern Hussla and diminished exports
from thnt country were the chief reasons
for a Htroiu: tone today In the local wheat
market. At the close September wheat
was up j-T.e. Corn anil outs wero oil
lV?Vc. Provisions were uncliaiifc'ed to Co
lower. Cloning prices:
Wheat-July. 78'Ae: Sent., 78Ti,c; Dec,
Corn-July, 01iK201?ic; Sept., 51c; Dec.,
Oats-July, 371380; Sept., aiwuoijtcs
l'ork-July, $18.05; Sept., $17.30.
Lard-July, $8.02; Sept., $9.03.
ltlliH-July, $0.40; Sept., $0.35.
Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 hard wheat,
7&70c; No. it hard wheat, 7078c; No. a
corn, 51c; No. 2 oats, 35&C.
South Omaha Live Stock.
Qnntli Onintin .llllv IP. Pnttlo ItOCelDtS.
3,500; steady native steers, $4.35Q0.03;
1-owb and helfi $3.00fl4.40; western
steers, $3.50fj4.".'; cows and helfors, $2.25
(S4.50; canuers i51.50g2.80; stockcrs ami
leaders, J3.O0ij.4.25j calves. S'iJiSlS.lij
NORTH PLATTE LINE IS RUSHED.
Union Pacific Makes Rapid Progress
With Construction Work.
North Platto, Neb., July 1C The
Union Pacific branch under construc
tion up the valley of tho North Platto
river Is moving along nt a rapid rate.
Tho track has been laid across tho
North Platto river north of Paxton.
At Keystone, a townslte has been laid
out and a public sale of town lots will
take placo Saturday. The Union Pa
cific is at tho present time about flvo
mile3 from Keystone and by tho time
of tho sale will probably have reached
About twenty Burlington survoyors
have reached n point about three
miles from tho city. They aro work
ing from tho east. Grading stakes
have already beon put in from New
ark, south of Kearney, to the proposed
crossing of the South Platte river
Mr. Frulde has written from Chl
cngo that he had found his brother,
whoso name Is Rocco Evanglista. Be
sides Mr. Frulde was greeted by an
other brother and a sister, who aro
also residents of tho Windy City.
This Morning? I
Burlington Pay Train Wrecked.
Louisville, Neb., July 13. A heavy
rain hero swept away the piling and
supports of a bridge on the Burling
ton ono mile west of town, causing
tho wreck of tho pay train. Tho rails
wore left spanning tho stream and
tho engineer did not see the danger
until lt was too late to stop his train.
Ho threw on a full head of steam and
tho engine and paycar fairly leaped
across tho bridge without leaving tho
track. The track sagged at least four
feet in the center and when tho train
struck on tho opposite bank tho ten
der loft tho track and went into tho
ditch. None of tho trnln crew was
hurt. The Injured: Paymaster Beans,
sevoro scalp wound and cut about
face; Roadmaster A. Ibson, back
sprained, chest bruised and face cut.
A Gentle Laxative
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medlolns for Baty People.
Brings Golden Hoalth and Beaewod Vigor.
A. specltlo for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kidney Troubles, Pimples, Eczemi, Impure
Blood, Had Ilreath, RIiistrIsu Ilowels, Headache-,
aud Unokacho. It's Rocky Mountain Tea In tno
let form, 33 cents a box. Genuine mado by
Hollister Dnun Company, Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Cltinwi nml bfautillej tho lulr.
l'romotu luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Ilostoro a ray
Ilalr to Its Youthrul Color.
Cun.1 clp iliirtiet A hair iallloic.
To Cure a Cold in On Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine n ?:&. gy. A
Sven rvusion poxes mm w ? -ty--
la Two Days.
rvt box. 25c.
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