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THE RED CLOUD CMEF,3RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL V,, 1804.
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J. L. MlNEH,
fc Awje's to
' T? ttt I rmm
transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention given to Collections
Banking Office in Miner Bros Store.
Igd Cloiid Stgatri Ladrfdry,
-P. a. HANSEN. rcprletor.
I'lrat iinM work gtiarcntccd In every parllculitr.
N. E. KOBINSON,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER
First clnsa work a specialty. Prices reasonable.
Ofllce first door south ot Chief with IV. F. Hull
See hint before giving your order as It will be to your Interest
Jno, B. Wright,
Dgalgr hi SecotlFfarid Goods
Moon liloch, Red Cloud.
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
City Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Farmers patronage cordially solicited. Good rigs at rea
g, sonable rates night or day. Horses boarded by day or week.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER and COAL,
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Jos. G. olcorb,
PROPRIETOR OP THE
Holland House Livery Stable,
Has the boat rigs in the city and the most reasonable prides.
Your orders solicited and fair treatment guaranteed. Barn
T North of the Holland House.
Btatn of Nebraska, I
Webster county. 1 . . . , .
In tliu matter of ttio estate of Auust won
Notice H hereby rUcii to all persons having
claims ami deunimii against August Wobber
man. Into itt Webster county, deceased, that
Mio linn) ilxcU .or flllng claims against said es-
laio is six moiuns inuii mo vui uy i"i
18UI. All sutli peisoni 0:0 required to present
thr-tr claims with Hit vouchers ts the county
uiigo or trii'i county aiiiitoniceinnrnn on m
infnr.i tlli.ntti ilnv of Uriah!-. 1K9I. Slid All
riiiimu un nioii Mill l heard before the said
judge on the 8th day f October. I8M,-.. 2
o'clock n 111. Jamcs livrry,
21-Cttd County Judge.
Application for I,lcenic.
Notlco N heifby kIvmi that a petition, signed
tiy tliliiy or more resident freeholders of the
tlrut ward t tho city of Ited , Claud, Nebraska,
has been tiled in my ofllco In said city filed
Cloud, pinvlmt that a license bo granted by said
city council of s ltd city to Nolson I.om:tln for
the lain otm lit. splrltuaus and vlneus liquors
on lets, htoeKni, (original town) new cfiyof
ltod Cloud, Nebraska. In tho first ward of th
city t lied CI01 d. that action will be taken n
s lid petition bv tlie mayor and nlty council, on
Inn 3d day of May, 18J, at th flist moetlngor
the council thereafter, .
Dated at lied Cloud, Nebraska, March IBth,
1801. T. J. Wamd,
City (' erk.
Application Tor License.
Nollco Is liorcby tlven that a petition, 1nrd
by thirty or more resident freeholders of Ins
second 111 d of I lie cltv of Ited Cloud. Nebraska
has been filed In my otllco In said city of Ited
T Cloud pravinK tint: ,'f1bS,rn,d1 'J ,Jil2
city count.ll nf said city t M. M. Htcarn for the
salo of mult, siilrliunui and vinous llquowmn
lot 3. block 1. Svilllams- add to lis city of Ked
Cloud. Neliraskii. In iieconrt ward ' sal I city of
Ited Cloud, tint ttfllon wilt b tatenan Bald
petition bv tlio mavor and city council on the
3d day of May, 1891, or the nnt meeting of the
VaUUdClbud, Nebraska, Uarch IBth,
Application lor License
Notice It heri-by t:tvon that a Petition, signed
v bv thirty or mors resident freeholders of the
- nW ward of 1 ho dtv f lied Cloud, mbraska.
Ii'ih been flit d In my ofllce In said city of Ked
Cloud prating Hint lliense bsKMiited by said
city council i-f s.nd rlt to John Polulcky for the
sale of null, spirituous mid vinous liquors.
oh 1nfl.llocK 31, (iiilglii.il town), wow city f
Ited Cloud, NelirasKa, in s 1111 umi warn pi earn
cltv of lied Cloud, that action will bo taken 011
''.. .. .... .!. ...IB. n .ail Altit jtMinll nn
ialU IIBIIIIOII I'V WIG 11'f.JD' nun i-llj i-uili"-ll ""
.... n!. ..... .,r Mov 1U11 or III,, flrat nwi.-lltli nf
H.H 1 city council thereafter.
"W. A. Sherwood.
0 Red Chud,
OR. HATHAWAY 4 CO.,
Are the leading and most successful specialists and
will give you help.
Young ana (Bio
dl gad ntsa.
sults luve follow
ed our trestment.
Uiny. years of
varied and success
In Misuse of curs
tire methods thtt
we alone own and
control for all dis
orders of snea who
hate weak, unde
veloped or dis
eased omana, or
fho sre suHenns
rom errors of
outn ana eicess
r who are nervous
no acorn 01 meir
ellowa and the
contempt of their
DAnlnni. Iaaa tia
to guarantee to all patient, it mer can possioiy
he reatorcd, our awn selaalve SreatasenS
will afford a cure.
WOUESI Don't yoa want toget cured ef that
sveakneaa with a treatment that yon can use at
home without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment lias cured others. Whynotyour Try It.
CATAslBlT. and diseases of lbs skin, Bleed,
llcart, Liver and Kidneys.
HYPIllXIg-The most rapid, safe and effective
remedy. A complete Car Oaaraatcad.
NKIN SiaBASCa of all kinds .i red where
many others have failed.
rNWATCatAI. DISCKAKOES promptly
cured In afew days. Quick, sure and safe. Tills
Includes Oleet and Gonorbcea.
TRUTH AND PACTS.
We have eared! cases of Chronto Diseases that
have failed to set cured at the bands of other special
ists and medical Institutes.
'. T- r." . .. r. - " .. . T
for You Consult no other, as you may waste valaabl
hemkbhsek that there is nope
time, uoiaio our treatment, at once.
Beware of free and cheap treatments. We give
the best and most sclent! Be treatment at moderate
prlces-as low as ran be done for safe and skillful
treatment. VREB consultation at the office or
by mall Thorough examination and careful diss;
nosts. A home treatment can lie given la a majority
of cases. Rend for fiymptom lllank No. 1 for stent
No. 1 for Women 1 No. a for BIclnblseases. All corre
spondence answered promptly. Business strictly con
fidential. Entire treatment sent free.from ohservs
tiou. itcf er to oar patients, banks and butlsess men
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.,
sT.K. Corner Istli ana rellsatto.. Koomslaadl
w (Up Hairs ).s)T. JOBMrUUB.f.
An Incidental IVrroruinuce That rroved
"Ab liitercstliiff ns nnythliifj I'vo soon
In tills town," pnl-1 n visitor to the city,
"wasiicliniiuot.f pianists that I saw in
n vniicty thentcr. Thero wnsnmntion
tho stngu singlns i soil,', mid tho pianist
was playing tho accompaniment. I hap
poned to sco (ho planUt glancing to tho
loftonco, ami I looked In that direction
myself mid saw coming down tho aisle u
man that I judged must bo tho relief pi
anist, and so ho was. I iuinglned that
he would sit down for a momout and
wait, but, dear mo, I was very alow.
"Ho was npptoachlng tho piano at the
bass end of tho koyboard. When he had
almost reached tho corner of tho piano,
tho man who was playing began gently
sliding oft tho soat to tho right, still
playing. Dy this tlnio tho relief waa
abreast of tho bass keys, and theso tho
ilrst player, who was still sliding stead
ily to tho right, now relinquished to him,
and then tho nowcomer, still standing,
but also moving steadily to tho right,
struck in in perfect tlino and tuno.
"Thero was n brief tltno, a second or
two, whon both men wcro playing tho
rotirlng pianist tho treble and tho on
coming plajer tho bass and for n frac
tion of a second they woro both stand
ing. But now tho now player is fairly
opposite tho center of tho keyboard. Ho
settles into tho scat, and now it is his
bond that strikes tho treblo, and now tho
whole piauo resounds to his resoluto
"In fact, thero novor was n mlnutt?
when tho piano had anything to say
about it. Thero never was n minute
when tho men wcro not completely mas
tors of tho situation. Thero novor was
an instant from tho tlmo tho relief ap
proached until ho was firmly settled in
his scat when both men wcro not con
tlnuously in motion, but tho change was
mado without n jar or n slur in tho mu
sic and without tho omission of a note."
Now York Sun.
A Iloyat Uook lluyer.
Empress Catherino II of Russia was a
great reader and a lover of books. Ono
of hor services to lotters in Russia was
tho purchaso of tho librarios of Voltairo
and Diderot. Sho was a warm friend
and admirer of these French philoso
phers, and their work interested her bo
causo sho was eager to learn now theo
ries of politics and government. Vol
taire's library of about 7,000 volumes is
now a part of tho Russian imperial li
brary in tho Hormitago palaco, and in
tho hall dovoted to it is Houdon's statu
Tho siwy of Catherine's purchaso of
Diderot's library is interesting. It is
creditable to hor tact and her gonerosity.
Diderot named 15,000 as tho price of
his library. O&therino II offered him
10,000 and named as a condition of tho
bargain that hor purchaso should remain
with Diderot uutil his death. Thus Did
erot, without leaving Paris, became
Catherine's librarian in his own library.
As her librarian ho was given a yearly
salary of 1,000.
Ono year this salary was not paid.
Then Catherino wrototo or librarian
that sho could not havo Mm or her li
brary suffer through tho nogligcnco of a
treasurer's clerk, and that sho should
send him tho sum that sho had set asido
for the caro and increaso of her library
for CO years. At tho end of that period
she would make now arrangements. A
check for 25,000 accompanied tbis let
ter, Youth's Companion.
A little boy who in tho absonee of hid
parents had been sontenced to go to bod
early by a relativo was seen to be busy
with a pencil and paper, after which ho
carefully burled tho communication in
a holo in tho, garden and retired to bed.
Tho mlssivo when disinterred ran as fol
lows: Deab Mh. Devil Dense como and Uka
Annt Jano. Plcaso be quick. Yours,
It is to be regretted that not a single
letter by a Roman or a Greek child sur
vives, tho nearest approach being, per
haps, soino verses written by a child of
10 in the later empire, which his parents
had engraved upon his tomb two years
later.- Tho ancients doted on their chil
dren. Catullus wroto an odo to his
daughter's sparrow, Ovid to bis chil
dren's parrot, and tho Greeks wrote
epigrams to their children's toys, They
even mado offerings of toys to their dead
children for playthings in tho world of
spirits. But no voico of a Greek child
comes to us across tho gulf of time.
"The Lost Continent."
Dr. Bowdler Sbarpo, tho well known
ornithologist of tho British museum, do
livercd a lecturo at tho Savago club on
"Tho Lost Continont." Dr. Sharpefirst
illustrated tho coo geographical regions
of tho world, with their peculiar forms
of bird life, and explained tho occurrence
of isolated forms in different portions of
tho globo by tho existonco of a former
land connection now vanished beneath
tho sea. Tho idea of an ancient tropical
continent at tho south polo uniting South
America, Madagascar and Australia is
arousing considerable interest and dis
cussion in scientific circles at tho present
time, chiefly owing to the support which
it has received from tho recent discov
eries in tho Chathnm islands of Mr. H.
O. Forbes, the well known Malayan trav
eler. Tho lecturer in conclusion dealt
with some problems of tho geographical
distribution of birds for which no rea
sonable solution has yet been offered.
St. James Guzetto.
Thoro is in Galloway, Scotland, an an
cient ruin known as Sweetheart abbey.
Within its ivy covered, storm battered
walls lies buried tho affectionate and de
voted Dcrvorgill, with tho heart of hor
huBband, John Bitllol, embalmed upon
her breast. Lovely in their lives, in
death they are not divided, The crum
bling masonry is still and must ever bo a
romance in its symbols of death and de
cay, 'telling every day, as it has for 600
years, the thrilling story of woaaa'a
tender lor and devotloa. .
ti 100 steward, SIOO.
I Tlio renders of this pnpor will bo pleas
cd lo learn flint thro Is at least one d tend
ed disease that soionoo has been able to
corn in nil Us singes and Hint Is Catarrh.
H nil's Citarrh Caro is tho only positive
,onro now known lo tho medical fratornitv.
I Cntiirrli bfltig n oonstintlonnl di'oase, to
J quires n conttlttitlonnl treatment. Hall's
Uitiurh Uuro It tnketi intorunlly, aoUim
directly upon tho blood and muoous
Burfaccti of tho system, thoreby destroy
lot tlio foundation of tho illaonan. nml
giving the patient strength by bnlldicg
up tho constitution mid assisting nature
In doiok its work. The proprltors have
so tnnoh faith in its onratlve powers, that
thoy offor Oao lluudred Dollars for any
ease that it fails to enro. Send for list
of Testimonials. Address. P. J. CHENEY
& CO., Toledo, O.
tSTSold by Druggist, 7f.o.
At present tho population of tho
world is CBtimaUd at 1,500,000,000.
8. H. Clifford, New Cnssol, 'Vis , was
troubled with Neuralgia mid Rheumatism
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver
was effected to au alarming degree, np
pstlto fell awny, and he was terribly ra
duocd in flesh and strength, Tlireo bot
tles of Klcctrlo Bitters cured him.
Edward Shunliord. Ilnrrlsl.tiro-. 111., hiul
a runnnlng soro on his leg of eight years'
stnLUiug. used lureo bottles of Elcotrlo
Dltters and seven boxes of Buoklen's Ar
nica Salvo, and his lig is sound and well.
John Speaker, Cntawabn, O., had nvo
largo Fever sores on his leg, dooters said
he was incurable. One bottle Eleotrlo
Ulttors and one box Buoklen's Arnica
Salve oared him sntirely. Hold by O. L.
. s s - i.a
Qutia porcbn, bamboo, gong and rat
tun are all of Malay origin.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fullor, ofConaJoharle,N. Y.,sajs
that hs always koona Dr. Kino's New Dis
covery in tho houso and his family has
always found the very best results follow
its nao; that ho would not bo without it,
if procurable. O. A. Cykomnn Druggist,
Catekill, N. Y., says that Dt. Kimr's New
Discovery Is undoubtedly the best Cough
remedy; mat lias nseu it in his family for
eight years, and it has never failed to do
that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy to Iodd tried and tasted. Trlnl
bottles free at C. L. Oottlng's Drugstore.
Regular size COo. and f 1.00
If your unclo's sister is not your aunt'
what rotation is she to you?
' Mark Twain
Says that yoa can alwaja cure a mule
of kioking if yon out oft his tail Just be
hind the ear. Uss Hnller's Barb Wire
Llnimont and it will do just as well.
For sale by Dsyo & Qrioe.
In Canada four sons of ono family mar
ried four daughtora in mot hor on tho
Is not swearing, but when yon say "if the
old oow don't atop choking, sho'll coffer
dam head off," its all wrong; better give
the old eow a dose of Bailor's Bar Cnre
Cough Syrup and Jola the ohnrch. For
sale by Doyo k Qrioe.
At a recent sale in London a first
edition of "Tho Vicar of Wakefield" sold
1 1 w 1
Why Do You Coughf
Do you not know that Parks' Cough
Syrnp will our itr We guaranteed every
bottle. There are many Cough Byrnps
but we believe Parka' is the best and most
reliable. Bold by C. L. Cotting.
Ono of tho saddest conditions in lifo
.b to have nothing good to live for.
. . .
Bcggs' Cherry Cough Syrup.
4 he greatest atd best Cough Syrup,
It will relieve a oough quicker, surer and
more effectually than any thing on the
market. Bold and warranted by Deyo A
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I Does Not Coat Anything
To try Parka' Sure Care. A snnoiflo
Aure of all diseases peculiar to women.
Ssk your druggist our guaraateed plan.
colsi by U. I. -Jottlug.
i m m-.--.-i. .
Ho who is iirm and resolute in will
molds tho world to himself.
Work will begin on tho new Gorman
Lutheran collego at So ward, early in
Ilucklcu'a Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt rheum, fever
Bores, tetter, chapped bands, cbiliblaine,
corns, anu ail aicin eruptions, ana post
tlv)ly oures piles, or no pay required. It
is suaranteed to sivo perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 22 cents per
boa. For sale by Cotting. tf
aaaf iaf SJ SJ i
IVoiiinrcll Hair Curler
Will keep the Hair in oarl the dampest
weather. Every bottle posltivty guar
nnteed by Deyo & Oriee.
A young women is secretary and treas
urer of a Helena, Mont., lumber company.
SI- 9 '
Conghl Cough! Cough!
If yon want to, bat if you desire to stop
get a bottle of Begg's Cherry Oough Syrup
It will stop your oough in five minutes
Bold and warranted by Deyo k Qrioe.
Afraid or Pneumonia.
Mrs. Cathorlne B!aik, of LeRoy, N. Y.
took a atyore oold. The physibsan fear
d Pneumonia. She took one bottle o
Farks, Oough Syrup and says: "It acted
ilka tnnjlo, Stopped my cough atd I am
perfectly woll now. I reeomeud it to
everyone for Throat and Luag Trouble
aa I believed it saved my life." Sold by
O.L. Cotting. .
IS AS 8AFE AND
It Is sppllod right to tho parte. It ouroa nil dlaoasoa of woman. Any
lady can uso it horaolf. Bold by ALL DRUGGISTS. Mailed to any
address on rocolpt of $1.
Dr. J. A. MoCrlll & Co., 3 and 4 Panorama Plaoe, Ohloago, QL
JFov nac by X Cotting,
SMITH & CO.,
WW JUrBAlT IiDf
Ordora promptly (Mod.
AND ONLY CENUINt ToNCUELESS
1 ilElNEW UEPARJUHE."
Constantly pursued, bul ncwr overtaken.
agagagagaM' r,J .saaaw bbbbK-9I ML. swV
Pattcc New Departure Cultivator $15.
John Deer Cultivator $15.
Listed Corn Cultivator $8.
McFARLAND & KILLROY.
I'oiieV Old Miutd, lied :ioud iVflirnakn.
IN MY OLD STAND, OITO.SITI. WIKNKIt's.
The City Restaurant
jogci'ii iir.itiu;ita-.i?, iroi.
CMUSTIAN Cliurcli-Si-rvlcM Siin.liivnt 10.30
a m hiiiI 7:.io p m: Hun.1ii iieliiiol ut 12 imtin
Y r S O K st 6:JU p m nml Y 1 H O K Juniors nt
CONdltKOATIONXt. Cliurch-Horvlces nt m
30 n m, anil 7:30 p m ; Humlny oliool nt 1 1 :30
m, Y ! 8 C K at 6:30 p in ami V 1 S 0 V. Jun
iors 5t 4 p m.
TltlJTllODIST t'liurch-Senlco nt 10 3D n. m
" ami 7:30 p.m.. Knwnrlh Leaguout 0:30 p.
m. Humliiy Hclinol nt 11:10 p. m.
riSCOl'M, Clinrcli-Servlccs every two
wri'np, ny piiimnrin.
LUTIIEUAN Chtirrli-Kvcry third Himday
mortiliiK nt to o'clock.
rjATHOLIO Church .Services by appointment
BAPTIST Church No regular servlcos, Hun.
day school (regular) nt noon. II V 1' U ut
IIAVEI. Hundnysclioolntap in ocry Him-
A O U W Each altcni'Ue Tuesday ovctilng.
BEN Adhem I-odge No ISO; IOO V every Mom
CAr.ANTIIKIxxiKeNoM, KnlKhts ot l'jtlims
RFD Cloud fxidne No cos. Modern Woodmnn
of Amwlcii. nltcrnatn Wedneadnv monln'
VAI.t.KY IxxlRe No B, l'mtonml Onler of 1'ro.
lectors, first and third Monda ot each
pilAUUV I)iIko No 63 A V mid A II each
v Krldnv pvcnlntr on or befnrn the full moon.
RKI Cloud Chnpter No 10, HAM alternate
- Ay evening.
No 14 alternate Tliurs-
CIIAHITY Chapter Knstoru Htar No 47 alter
nato Tneadnv eyonlm. .
GAKFIElII l'oUNoSid A H Monday even
Inu on or before tho full moon.
GAltl'IF.1.1) W It C No 14 meets allcrnato Sat
's- ers of Veternns Monday evening.
HH K AI.KY t'ump No 25, a of V Tuesday eve
iitnir SHKUMAN (Irolft NoS, In lies nf the G A It
first nml third Saturday evening.
RI'.I) CLOUD roimril No 18 UynlMtlo f.cu
Ion ot America flrkt and third frlday ui-
'Sour patronage solicited
But Never Overtaken ."
A nice line ef
Culls mid collar buttoaa, neck
chains, luce plats, stick pins,
.Mated and solid silverware, sonvenlr spoons,
pen' I handled knives and forks, carving sets,
ciilllnirc.ird ciikc, lion bon boxes and other
novelties. A flno line ot spectacles and eye
Klniset wllh IntercliniigaMo lenses. steel, nickel
xMvi'r and cold frames, Hpcclal and careful at
tention piiM to fltilng tho e)o. Mr Una of znd
hand natclici Is quite lasj-e. I will ruu thera oft
nt l-a- than Ihelr actual worth.
iellrin(;)our watch, clock and jewelry re
pair w irk, ) un r engraving mud your old gold
and nllvcr t me,
Henry Cook's Drug Btere.
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
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