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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894.
A rEW EXTRA.
Itnrii nre absolutely painless wheu De
Will's Witch Hazel Salvo I promptly np
piled. ThU Rlnleiuent i true. A perfect
remedy for ohlu diseases, chapped lmmls
nml Dpi, mid never fulls locuro pllis. C
MulliiiU says that tlio llfo of u loeoino
tivu ifl usually llftoen years ami its cum
It's nil tho same, a slight cold, corniest
d lungs or severe cough. One Minute
Cough Cure bnnlahtstlicm, C. L. Colling.
It is aaitl that tho world has 1)9,000
locomotives, of which 50,500 aro in
Not one minute dlapsta between the
taking of On Minutt Cough Cars Mid re
lief. Why shouldn't people take One
Mlnuto Congh Curt? They should. They
do. O. L. Cottlng.
In 18S7 tho locomotives of tho United
States ran 083,800,000 miles.
Mrsi N. Meyette, the Genesee county
trensurer of the W. C. T. U. and very
Influential worker In the cause of women
say: "I have used Farkea' Tea and find it
Is tho best remedy I have ever tried for
constipation. It rtqutrs smaller doaes
and is more thorough. I shall use noth
ing else In future" Sold by C. L. Cotting.
An ordinary locomotlvo is said to con
sist of 5 ,41G pieces.
Cough! Cough! COUgh!
If you want to, but if you desire to stop
got a bottlo of IleggV Cherry Cough Syrup
It will stop your oough In five minutes
Bold and warranted by Doyo & Qrlce.
In 1881 Russia hud 6,810 locomotives
What Is It? It is b bottle. What is a
bottle? Syrup. Why do I see It In so
many houses? Because everybody likes It.
What is it for? For Coughs, Colds and
Croup, Whooping Cough and Consump
tion. What is its name! Parke1 Cough
Syrup. Sold by C. L. Cetting.
Tho Union Pacilic has 20,454 cars.
Dr, Bawjer's Family Curs oures Stomach
Dr. Sawyer's Family Curs cures Kidney
Dr. Sawyor's Family Cure cures Llvsr
Though tho weather suggests tho con
trary, the wiBO man will continue long
Nonpareil Hair Curler
Will keep tho Hair in curl the dampest
weather. Every bottle positive y guar
snteod by Deyo k Qrlce.
Ex-Uoss McKane's condition is just
Ladies: If you have suffered a long
time with diseases peculiar to your sex,
try Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles. They will cure
II. I. Reid has completed a Burvsy for
n railroad from Colorado Springs to Crip
plo Creek up Bear Creek canon.
Ladles: Irregularities and all those
pains and distressing diseases psouliar
to women Bra positively and effectually
cured by nelng Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles.
Tho United States cruised Yorktown
arrived in San Francisco Saturday, thirty
six days from Caliao.
Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides as To
ledo, Washington, says she has never
been ablo to procure any medicine for
rheumatism, that relieves the pain so
nuicklv aud effeotually as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, nud that she has also used It
r im. imnk with rreat Bucoess. For
tale by Deyo & Grioe,
Two prize HghterB,' Malonoy and Por
ter, fought a draw Saturday night at
, Dr. Sawyer's Family Curs, cures hsad
Dr, Sawyer's Family Curs cures bll-
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure oures kidney
dlflloulty. Dejo ar,0'
It was so cold Saturday that it was no
unusual sight to soo an ulster friezo.
Every family should use Dr. Sawyer's
Fnmilv Cure for all family difficulties,
such as Stomach, Liver' Kidney and Bowels
Deyo & Grloe.
With a vain young man ono fulsomo
compliment pays for two drinks.
Call on your druggist for a free srmple
package of Dr. Snwyer's Family Cure.
After trying it you will always keep It In
your faintly. Deyo & Qrlce.
Many of tho best acrobats can't oven
balance an account.
No better aid to digestion,
No better cure for dyspepsia,
Nothing more reliable for bllliousness
and constipation than DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, tne famous llttls pills. C.
L. Cottlng. m
Tho congrossman-at-largo is a terror
to tho Bargeant-nt-arms.
nnWUt'a Witch Unzel Salve cleanses
purifies and heals, It was made for that
purpose. Use It for burns, cuts, bruises,
chapped hands, sores of all descriptions
nnd if you have piles use it for them. C.
Saunders county's poornouse coniuins
but eight inmntep.
. ,.i rri.'niF. Fnrlv Risers
Early Hlssr , Early Rl "
ih. r.o.mi. Pt- "P
.sick lieauacne, ujri
All the News Furnished
in a Nutshell
uv m:s; toc.vriiY editors.
Numerous changes nro taking place
nt Guide Hock.
Mr. C. Hood's family of Lincoln nro
now among tho residents of Guide Hock.
Our now post-otllcu is now a "bonanza"
since tho change.
Mr. Watt, piopriotcr of tho Occidental
House, will givo tho first grand opening,
in bohalf of tho people holding u recep
tion nt King's hall, in tho form of
grand midnight supper.
M. A, Crary and Mr. C. Tenchworth
aro detained nt Los Angoles on account
of Mr. Crnry boing sick.
Oscar Patmor of Rod Cloud Bpont
Sunday last, in our city.
Mr. Charles Frisbio nnd wifeof Amboy
visited with her pnrentB Sunday.
Messrs. Marshall and Bailey visited
in Rod Cloud Tusedny.
Tho implement store is soon to tako n
Mr. I). Jonos has moved his hardwaro
storo into tho building bolonging to Mr.
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Mr. arjd Mrs. Hounds nro very sick.
Kid Cutter wus in ourlocullty Wednes
J. Rean nnd O. It. Pitney wero doing
business in Rivorton Tuesday.
Win. Rrothauor was ut Inavnlo Satur
day and Sunduy. .
John Rumbaugh who lived near Wy
moro hns moved onto ono of Dr. Darner-
Peter Jenson has moved over near
Cowles whoro he rented a farm of Win.
Mrs. Matkins has gono to tho eastern
part of tho stato.
Wm. Crnbill has gono to southern
Missouri whero ho wont to look nt land.
Tho spelling school nt district 41 last
Friday ovening was largely attended, and
Claude Dovaugh was champion spotter.
Tom Anderson and family wero visit
ing near Kearney tho fore part of the
Mrs. Emory Rean of Cowles is visit
ing in our vicinity.
Koontz und Reed shelled corn for the
Sorgonsen boys one day last week.
Tho wind last Sunday morning did
some damage to several windmills in our
It begins to look liko spring timo to
see tho farmers in tho fields at work.
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Mrs. F. Diles is on the sick list.
Tho dnnco at L. Mungcr's was woll at
tended. Marion Hannum of Lawrence was
a guests of J. G. FcrguBon.
C. C. Coon has added an improvement
to his farm, a line wind mill.
To the rontor: Did you ever play
checkers? Yes. Well, then it is your
A party at Jas. A mack's last Friday
James and Waltor Francis will movo
on tho place vacated by L. Mungor.'
John Earner came homo Friday, ear
lier than ubuuI, being obliged to dismiss
Bchool on account of a bad cold.
They say Nnsby is going to housekeep
ing in tho near future
Tho rattlo and squeak of tho stock-
cutter can now bo heard it you listen.
Geo, Coon has returned from the ex
hibition and still thinks, 'There's no
place liko Garfield."
I will not mention that tho Chief is
tho best paper in the state, yet it is so.
The Know is going, and roads aro bad
Don't forget tho lycoum Thursday
Thero was a magic lantern show at the
school houEO last Friday evening.
Tho new blacksmith shop will soon be
in lino working order.
Frank Groen's oldest child, little Roy,
took the croup last week and diod, Tho
funoral sermon was preached by Rev.
Vandyke of Inavale, Tho paronts have
the sympathy of their frionds.
Julia Brulo who has been suffering
with tho lung fovor is somo better at
this writing. n
Mr. Albert Rust nnd bride drovo
through thoso parts last Saturday.
Our weather forecaster, W. T. Fostor
described in last week's paper that tho
storm wnvo would cross hore about tho
7th or lltb, but it looked like it passed
over Sunday morning about tbroo or
four o'clock; the wind being very strong
and the rain fell in torrents for awhile;
it did no damag6 to speak of.
Tho farmers aro making hnsto, prepar
ing for spring work, hasto makes all
things difficult; and ho that risotli late
must trot all day, and scarce ovortnke
his busiucsn at night; whilo laziness
trnvnln en alowlv thnt novortv soon over
mIbh niancho Cnther spont Saturday
evening with Row Goo. Koplorut Bladen.
Mr fym. Andrew of Batin attended
church at Ca,herton tart Sun(By.
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Mr. F. Spenco spent re-vend dayo at
O.ig last week.
l- W. McLaughlin called in Dr. Mc
Collislerof liliin Hill Friday.
Mr. mid Mrs. Wheeler, parents of Mrs
Hicks, nro visiting with them
Wm. McL'ord is putting down a tubu
lar woll for W. C. Stevens just cast of
Jerry Howard of Wichita, Kan., was
on tho streeta shaking hands with old
11. M. McC'lure is now busy setting up
his implement mid will soon bo ready
li. Clnwr.oii mndo a sale of his res!-
donco to Mr. Harding on Thursday.
Horn, unto Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Hall,
Friday ovening. March 'Jd, a sou. Ne
braska usual weight.
Rev. Snow mid wife, Evangelist Hil
lings and Hyera drove across tho couu
try to Red Cloud Monday.
F. W. McLaughlin left Thursday for
Doniphan, where ho will spond n fow
days with his brothor and hunt geeso.
J. R. Homo moved into the house re
cently purchased by A. P. Johnson. A
Williams goes into tho houso vacated by
Another family has moved out of town
because there waB no house to bo had.
This was Mr. Shottenkirk, who moved to
Rhus Hill tho fore part of tho weok.
Hillings and 1 lyres closed their meet
ings Sunday evening nnd took their do
parturo for their respective homes on
Monday by way Red Cloud. There wero
Bomo 1- or 15 conversions during their
Mr. Harding and son arrived ono day
last week with their families and moved
onto the C. L. Androwa place, which he
purchased last fall. His son-in-law, Mr.
Williams, also cutno and moved onto the
A. Williams place.
Jim Peterson is very sick.
Julius Nelson had a tooth
the other day.
A young man south of the river lies
rented the Halo farm.
March came in liko a lamb and wo
hope it will go out the same way,
We honr there is a little sicknoss
in this vicinity but nothing serious.
II. Micbasl moves onto his farm
ffhioh ho bought last year from Van
Dr. DamcreU has been seen driving
ihrough hero but did not know where
he was going.
N, E. Harvey had an unwelcome
visitor lost Thursday night, he took a
double set of harness from tho stable.
We had something cf a toraado
Sunday morning with sovcral heavy
showers of rain. The big stool wind
mill at F. B. Hale's old place was
Mr; Fog has moved onto Jhis place
which Lamb had. Ho has rented also
the farm whioh was open last year,
south of O. R. Pitney's. Ho appears
to bo a rustler.
Eycry foot of land seems to be
bought or rented exoept MeOrary'"
and Bonthleder's. Wo undcrsttud
they sro trying to sell thorn and will
holdtluni as long as posBiblo from
Wo understand there are aftiw boys
whosocm to take prido in flghting
round the sohool house. We are in
formed thero is good order in tho
school room. Tho board should be
notified and make an example of
them. The big boys will soon have to
go to Ecliool now and then tho llttls
ones will get along better.
A good timo was reported at the
spelling sohool Friday night, espec
ially by the big soholars and outsiders.
Wo hear that tho big scholars had not
a chanco to ppcll. Wo always thought
it was chiefly for scholars. Suck is
life, When Miss Fisher had a sptl'
ing school elio let tho little folks spell
first and thero was Jlot3 of fun and
thoy enjoyed it. Ed Puinman took
the cake.fjbut L'zzio Markam really
was entitled to it. Miss Marker never
was solfljh so bIio let the boy have the
John Coploy has bton laid up for
nearly a week. John h.ijs it is tho
wrong time to lay off now. Tam
Tho roads nro drying up in lino ahapo.
Winter wheat is beginning to show up
nice, nnd with n favorable spring tho
prospects are good for a crop of small
Mrs. Maggio Ring 1b much better.
Wo still Bee tho smiling faco of S. C.
Johnson and his giyohounds uftor tho
11 ro. Hummell is holding revival meet
ings nt Pleasant Dnlo with good bucccbs.
Mr. ChflH. StelTen has dug tho cellar
for bis now stoio at Pawnoo Center; tl o
blacksmith shop is finished, and the
store will Boon bo in running ordor.
4 rooked Creek.
There wan a dnnco nt the renldenco of
Mr. Rlckerpon's Monday owning.
There was it spelling school In the I'd.
Mi'Cuno reliool Iioiipo Inst Friday night.
Mr. Jas. mid Win. Holsworth haw
moved on Mr. Fuller'p. farm.
School in district 'JO will bo out tho
Mr. Frank Hickerson has moved into
tl.o lion, o n renlly vacated by Jan. Hols
worth. A mnii from Hulibel ingoing to move
on the Graham farm.
Mrs. Wintou and ron Georgia hnvo
been very nick, but under the skillful
care of Dr. Morimxillo aro rapidly im
proving, On March 7, Mrs. Win. Holsworth
eelobrnted her MHh birthday. A fow
of her friends nnd ueighliorH were pies
out, nnd sho received u number of nice
The other day whilo Win. Gurney, boh
of Asa Gurney, wim playing in the hay
mow ho fell out of the window, striking
on hmhend nnd hurting him qiiito batlly.
Tho farmers nro feeling protly good
Hi in spring becauso tho fnll whoat is
Tho rain mindny morning has helped
to mako tne ground ready to put In ear
Mr. Fishburn's mother is no butter.
Chris Hanson is still getting better
under tho euro of C. F. Mornnville.
Mr. J.C. Font', is happy over tho ar
rival of n now boy ut his home. Mother
and child uro doing well.
A. A. Davis drives a new buggy team.
Thero was an entertainment nt thu
academy in North Branch Inst Friday
night. Everybody reports a good timo.
Two Covenanter biethron aro holding
meetings in north Branch.
Thoro will bo a free entertainment
given at the school Ijoubo in district 1.'18
in Jewell county Friday night March 1G.
Everyono is invited.
Gilbert Howies of North Branch has
gono to Arapahoe, Nebraska.
O. W. O. Hardman, Sheriff of TlerCo.,
W, Va., appreciates a good thing and does
not hesitate to any so, ilu was almost
prostralo with n cold when ho procured a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
He snys: "It gavo me prompt relief. I
find it to be an Invnluablo remedy for
coughs and colds.' For sale by Deyo it
Fremont's Woman's club hns 02 mem
bers. Mrs. K. M. Lettls, of this place, had
been troubled with rheumatism in tho arm
so badly that she could not uso her arm
stall. One half of a f0 cent bottlo of
Chamberlain's l'aln IJalm effected a cure.
E. J. N eaves, druggist, Wnverly, N. Y
This, In an urtlclc of great worth aud
merit, aud is becoming famous for its
cases of rhoutnntisni. Ono application
relieves tho puln. For bhIo by Doyo nnd
Measles attuck both young and old ut
IIctfKs' Clicrr) C'oiikIi Syrup.
'1 ho greatest and best Oough Syrup,
It will rolieve a cough quicker, surer and
moro effeofunlly than any thing on the
mnrknt. Sold and warranted by Doyo &
"Is tho mistress of tho houso In?" in
quired tho poddlor. "No," loplied tho
tired-looking, timid woman who had
gono to tho kitchen door to answer tho
knock. "It's hor afternoon out."
Headache mill Indigestion
Can be cured. If you don't believe it try
Uegg's Little Qiant Tills. Sold and war
ranted by Deyo ic Qrlce.
'Oh, thoro is a terrible funnol-Bhapod
cloud coming this way." "Woll tho fun
nel begins soon. Get into tho cyclone
Small boy (asldo) "Uee whiz,,' but those
Little Giant rills take tho cake. Sold
aud warranted by Dejo & Orlco.
Jugson'says tho ambitious artist may
not bo superstitious nt first, but he soon
begins to depend on signs.
Parks' Snro (Jure Ih a positive specific
for women who are nil "run down" and at
certain timo aro troubled by bnck-aches
headacho, etc Sold by C. L. Cottlng.
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Kvanglists Hillings und Byeranrsscat
tcring religious truths among the sinners
"If you don't look better, feel better
eat better and sleep better, bring it back"
That la what we any when we sell a bot
tle of "Parks' Suro Cure," If you are not
feeling just right, if your liund aches;
your stomach distresses you; if yon are
"out of sorts' aud don't know what the
trouble is, why don't you try a bottle on
this guranteed plan? "We will take the
chances if you will take the medicine."
Sold by C. L. Cottlng.
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John Prico of Thayer loBt tho best
part of on thumb on n comsholler.
Ladies; Your neighbors may be enref
by Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles but you never
will know how much good they will do
until you try them. Deyo & Grlce
A merchants' carnival will bo hold
Hayes Center on tho 10th inst.
It not only relieves; it does more, it
oures, Wo refer to Ono Minute Cough
Cure. Soitabl for all ngc, all conditions,
taull tlm s. C. Id. Cottlng,
Horoo thieves have been transacting a
little business in Hayes counry.
5; Paints and Oils
Drugs and Medicines
Timm m m u iii
Kccpittie finest stock of Rood to lie teen in the alley at
Mio wdl be pleased to have tlic t.vllci rail ami oinmlno Iter new stock ulitco Is not to bo
i (cclliil In till locality. iur cars or
Experience' Gives Her Many Advantages
liillielrulc whloli shoprorosos Riving tohcr tuitcintrs.
Tall iind see lior. Moon lllock.llvd Cloud.
ESd Cloiid Stgatti Laatdry.
-P. A. HANSEN. Proprlotor.
Flrst clnia work giiHrcnlccd In every nnrtlciilar.
N. E. ROBINSON,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER
rirst cIhm work n specially. Prices rciuonuble.
OUlec first door south ol Chief with W'.V. Hull.
Nee him before living your order
A FREE HEAT.
Ho was old, and poor, and a stranger
In tho greet metropolis,
An ho bent his stop thitherward
To a stately edifico.
Outside bo inquires: "What church is
"Church of Christ," he hears them eny
"Ah, just tho place I nm looking for,
I trust ho is hero to-day."
Ho passed through tho spacious column
And up tho carpotod aisle,
And as ho passed on many n faco
Ho saw surpriso nnd smilo.
From pow to pew, up ono entire side,
Thon across tho broad front spaco;
From pow to pow. down tho other side,
Ho walked with tho samo slow paco.
Not n friendly voice had bid him Bit
To liaton to gospel truth;
Not a sign of dilTorenco had been paid
To tho aged ones by youth.
No door was opened bygonorous bund,
The pows woro paid for, rented,
And ho was a strangor, old and poor;
Not a heart to him related.
Ho puueod, a momont ontsido to think,
Then passed into thetrcot,
Up to his ehouldor ho lifted a Btonp
That lay in the dust at his foot,
And bore It up the broad, grand aisle
In front of tho ranks of pews;
Choosing a placo to see and hear,
Ho mudo a seat for his use.
Calmly silting upon the lingo stone,
Folding Ins hands on his kneos,
Slowly reviewing tho worshipers,
A grout contusion ho sees.
Muny a check is crimsoned with shamo,
Somo whispor together Boro,
And wieh they had boon moro courteous
To tho stranger, old and poor.
As It by magic, Borne fifty doors
And as many seats and books and hands
Aro prolTered hastily;
Changing his stone for u crimsoned pow,
And wiping n tear ttwuy, .
Ho thinks it was a mistake, uftor all,
And that Christ came Into that day.
Tho proachor's discourse was oloquont,
The organ in finest tone,
But tho most impressive sermon hoard
Was preached by an huinblo stono,
'Twos u lesson of lowinesa nnd worth
That lodged in muny a heart,
And tho church preserves that sacred
That tho truth mny not depart.
Iliicklcn'H Arnica Salve.
Tho best salvo In tho world for cuts,
brulsert, srus, Ulcers, Salt rlioiim. fovor
aores, tottur, chapped hands, uhillblnlns,
oornB, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tlvJly cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfoet satisfaction
or money retundod. Price 2ft cents por
boz. For sale by Cottlng. tf
Wo hsvo now the finest slock ever opened
in lUd ('loud, Over ono bundled patterns
to select from. Price lOo to 7ro per
If ou are going lo psint we can furnish
you with tho best in llioinarkrt at reason
the lewest prices for the host
C- L. COTTING.
us It will ho to your Interest
That's what Iirown's wlfo called out to
him don't forget to got a bottle of Hal
lar'rf Snrsaparilla, it's so nlco. For sale
by Deyo & Qrico.
Deshlor has moro people than houses
to put thorn io.
Thousands of cattto hnvo diod in
south-western Texas from drouth and
If you have sufforod from Stomach
trouble, Uilllousness or Bowel dlflloulty
uso Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure. Deyo & n
aro organizing forestry
"Orange Blossom" is a painloas cure
for all disoaars peculiar to women. 8old
fresh by C.L. Cottlng.
Family Ours Is' the most useful family
medicine. If you are in need of a good
family remedy oall on your druggist for a
free sample of Dr. Sawyor's Family Care
and you will find it satisfactory. Deyo
Thoro will bo a merchants' carnival at '
Hayes Center on tho 10th. '
The good die youug but they are uslug "
Haller's little German Pills now aud hon
est men will soon be a drug in the market.
For sale by Deyo k, Grlce.
A Monnonito church is to bo organized
north of Juniata.
Patrick Henry once snid, "Give me lib
orty or givo mo death" folks nowdaya
don't talk so foolish, they say "Give me
Haller's Suro Caro Cough Syrup or I wilt
die," It amounts to the came thing. For
salo by Deyo it Grlco,
The K. P. band at Arapahoo has or-
doroJ now uniforms at tho' oxpenso of
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Haller's Barb Wire Liniment for all cuts
on cattle and horses; It is the best on
earth. For sale by Deyo & Qrlce.
Tho Colorado secession movement is a
heroic effort to got from undor the dem
oralizing Walto. ,
A ohild of Mrs. Wm. Kelsey,of Wnverly
N. Y.. had contracted a severe cold. Mrsi
Kelsoy procured a bottle of ChamberlainV.
Cough Remedy which she gave as direct',
ed, with the best results. She Rays; "I t-ejl
lleve it to bo the best I havo ever used. '6
There Is no dauior ,111 giving this remedyjjl
to children as It contains nothing iujurf
lous. Then It can always bo depondect
upon for colds, croup and whooping cough
whioh makes it a great favorite will
mothers for their children, For sale b;j
Deyo & Grlce.
Tho question now rovolving Itself ii
the minds of our people is, WiF
the cat come back;
C L. Cottlng.
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