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THE KED CLOUD Oil IMF, FRIDAYMPRI L 5, 1805.
Jmmmm vic7isxi '
Palpitation of the Heart
Shortness of Breath, Swelling
of Legs and Feet.
"For about, four years I was troulh
led with palpitation of the heart,
shortness of breath and swelling of
the legs i and feet. At times 1 would
faint. 1 was treated by the best nhy
Blclans In Savannah, Ga,, with no re
lief. 1 then tried various .Springs
without benetlt. Finally, I tried
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also hla Nerve ami Liver Pills. After
bajtnnimj to title than Ifdt better! I
continued taking them and I am now
In better health than formany years.
Since my recovery I have gained llfty
pounds in weight. I hope this state
ment may be of value to tomo twor
E. M. SUTTON. Ways Station. 0.i.
Dr. MIIoo ncrt Oaro Isrold on a podtlvo
cunnuiteotliattlmtirst Lottie will Vnellt.
All druggists boll 11 in il, o bottles for,., or
It will liubimt. prepaid, on receipt of prlco
by tbu Dr. &Iile. iJcdicul Co , ElLuart, lad.
" A ttxrrr'vr
Nr.UKAT.G1A cured by Dr Miles' P.MS
rit.t.s. "Onoci'tit ii ilcri-" At all iImueIiIh.
OLDEST and ORIGINAL
10 WES I'MNI II STREET,
KANSAS CITY, 9 MISSOURI.
-authorized by tho
state,, and concod
od to bo tho load
ins and most suc
It) BLOOD, NERV.
OU8 and URINARY
Willi 111 Many Uloutny Symptom Cured.
Ptrltctly and I'crmjotolly Rettortd.
Curt J lor I. lie Without Mercury.
Quickly Ktllvvtd and thoroughly Cured.
W 71 ' Wr- H ,T' Wnltt,cr Invar-
A j"j labl uccessful? Hecnuso he
t " " wnUci 110 pramlm- that lie
'TTnSKCHbMa rniiniit fiilllll. Avoid cheap
cii T.1H nn.l i-t.lledphyr.Icinns, nnd consult
Ur. W'liitt.er in porun or lv lett'.T (Klrln;
symptom or." r.-rchn the candid opinion of n
physician of Ion;; eiperleiive, untjuciitlouud
nklll and Ntcrllni; liitrurlty.
MKD1CIN1N tiom our cvu laboratory fur
ntshul ni -in-ll cost and shipped anywhero
sccuro f'omol t nation
TKi:ArMr.M' neer cent C.U.I).
rlaCi. URINARY ANALYSIS.
Office bourn 9 to I and 7 to 8. Sunday 10 to U.
.;J.Ti Ilonllli mid lltnerKenrle
VlUiUci fm-Wi. -iliunpt-tinirip.iy.
Call or a .dress In Mrlrt confidence)
DR. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 West Ninth Stieot. Kanaoa city, Mo.
Notice 10 Tcucliers.
Notico is hereby givon that 1 will
examine all persons who may desire
to oiler themselves as candidates for
teachers oftho publio schools of this
couuty, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will bo held
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and
Hd grade cortiGoatcs is tho same no
grado bolow 70 por conl., average 80
per cent; for first grade certificate
no grado bolow 80 por cent., avorago
DO por oont. in all branches required
by law. '
P. M. HfJNTKU. County Supt.
HI CDMSWHlRt AU EISE f AILS. B
B Bett Cough Hjrrup. TMtea iluod. UmH
B n tlma. Bold by druiaiUliL 1
kfi Jltl ft I B W J Jrf
THE MANGO TRICK.
A SclontWt rlrnvor Itniv tho YoRlili
Work Their (iroutcat V. iimlnr.
A French scientist, M. Kugonncau,
has pist discovered how to make a
plant grow from a seed in thirty min
utes as much as It would under ordi
nary circumstances In as many days,
Miys tho Cincinnati Knqulror. Here
tofore nature ha- shared this secret
with tho Yoghls of India tilono, nnd
the methods pursued by those clover
magicians in performing this trick
havo often been describe.!. They
plant a -eed hi tho earth and cover
it with u cloth. In a few moment)
the cloth begins to bo pushed upward
by the growing plant, which in a short
time attaint tho height of several feet.
Various theories htuo been advanced
an to tho modus operandi of this mil
acle. ono of tho latest being that tho
spectators are all hypnotized by tho
During his travels In India M. llug
onneau saw the trick performed fro
quently, and noticed that tho Hindoos
always iml)edded tho seed in soil
which they brought with thorn especial
ly prepared for that purpose At last
ho learned that they obtained this
earth from ant hills. N'ow, as ovory
ono knows who has Inadvertantly
eaten one of those Industrious insects,
ants contain a largo proportion of
formic acid, with which in time tho
soil of their habitations Incomes
charged. This acid has the power of
quickly dissolving tho integument
surrounding n teed and of greatly
stimulating the growth of tho genii
After a llttlo oxporimonting with
this acid tho learned Frenchman was
able to duplicate perfectly tho Hindoo
trick, ills further researches havo
led him to bellevo that this discovery
may bo profitably applied to agricul
ture ity infusing ants la boiling
water acid as strong as vinegar can
bo obtained. M. Itagouueau has
achieved the best results and most per
fect growth by Using earth moistened
with a solution of .0,000 parts of water
and ono of aeid.
NAUTCU CIKLS OF TANJORE.
Wonderful rnirnr of 1'e.rMin itlon Itrtnlt
liiK 1'roiu Inliorl'ed Inttlnct.
Tlio serpent dance, winding through
a sinuous miwo of gliding measures,
appoars almost a transformation or
reincarnation of the performer into tho
cobra, which she represents, says All
tho Year Hound. Instincts inherited
from bygone generations of Nauteh
dancers combine with close observa
tion of naturo to produco miraculous
results. Tho Nauteh girl lives to please,
and labors for that end with tho suc
cess which attends tho unwearied pur
suit of ono ab-orblng oDjoct. Universal
tnlluenco and fascination still belong
to her. though in a narrower range
than of old. and the dancer of Tanjore,
who concentrates tho whole forco of
her genius upon the requirements of
her art. diners as much from tho
ordinary Nautcn girl of India as a
masterpiece of l'apliael from tho sign
board which swings loforo tho rustle
inn. Kvery feature of tho mobile
face collects tho pa-sing sentiment of
tho moment In tho drama delineated
with consummate skill; tho dark eyes
Hash with fury, Jill with tears, or molt
with tenderness, according to tho
exigencies of tho varying situation,
ami in tho nervous energy which
throbs and palpitates through every
vein and liber of tho elastic and ox
quisitoly proportioned frame, tho tide
of life seems to ylow through tho veil
of llesh liko some mystic I'amo burn
ing in a crystal lump. Tho Nauteh
girls form a distinct casta, and jeal
ously retain their immemorial rights
and privileges. They oxcroiso their
own laws and custoiiis with tho inde
pendence of control gained by a wider
experience of life than that permitted
to their Indian sistors.
tlnldicuvii to th llensl wider.
Mrs. Will .1. Chalmers, daughter of
tho lato Allan Pinkorton, and herself
a notablo ilgure in Chicago, In Vost
Sido society at least, lias lately added
to her rotlnuo of domestics a woll
tralncd English butler, who, boing a
Into Importation, was unaware of tho
existence of tho navol orango. Tho
othor day Mrs. Chalmers ordered a
box of this fruit to bo sent homo.
During dinner, a few intimates loing
present, tho lady of tho houso, sur
prised that tho oranges did not mako
their appearance, inquired of tho but
ler what had bocomo of thorn. "Hlf
you ploaso, num," said tho butler, "I
'ad to send 'om back. Hovorv ono of
thoso oranges 'nd 'olos in 'em."
Iniriirtnr In Old Cloven.
Liverpool boasts a woman who can
earn a good living by reading charac
ter from old gloves. This curious oc
cupation is called "inankology," and
all ono has to do who wlslios to glvo
a trial is to dispatch a pair of cast-off
gloves, together with a fow postage
stamps, to tho enterprising "manl
cologlst," who will forward In turn a
full and particular account of tho
sender's character, disposition, and
"prospects In life," as disclosed by tho
MnUtnro nnd Temperature.
A cublo foot of air at tho tompor
nturo of ?ero (Fahr.) can contain only
0.6 of a grain of water vapor; at S12
degrees it can bold '.'.1:1 grains; at 05
it can contain (1.8 grains, and at 1)8
it can bold 18.1)0 grains of moisturo
in suspension. Those llguros go to
show that suuunoi' air can hold at
least nine times tho quantity of datnp
noss that nir can whon rcducod to tho
temperature of freezing.
UhIiik llio Water.
Govorness I gavo you a glass of
water to wot your spongo in,
Llttlo Hoy I'm using it.
(iovcrnjss Hut you aro spitting on
Llttlo Hoy Yos'm. I drank tlw
water eo's to have it handy.
INCOMES FROM THE
Where Home of the Crmrltnbln
Wrnltii Thry tllvn.
Tho "Inconsistencies of tho Illch''
would make an interesting chapter
wore it not for tho fact that In all
justlco It should bo followed by ono on
tho "Inconsistencies of the Poor," and
then a wider judgment would end by
elnsslng them under tho "Inconsisten
cies ot Human Naturo." Thorn Is.
howover, n certain typ of charitably
disposed rich women that havo this
trait so largely in ono respect that it
invites attention. A woiunu of this
class Is taught from childhood tho
duty of giving a tithe to tho poor.
She is good and takes pleasure In tho
duty, lieligiously she apportions each
year sums of money to help the needy
and improve tho vicious. Sim Is very
devout; attends faithfully to every
church duty, sits Sunday in her lux
urious pew, anil Is moved to deepest
sympathy by appeals on behalf of suf
fering humanity, and gives freoly
when tho t linn comes.
If such a woman were told that she
Is In a measure the cause of much
that slie endeavors to alleviate by
money sho would not understand.
Yet she is, nnd if some day sho would
visit personally some of tho real estate
from which is derived tho Income
which keens her in ease her o,es
would open to many things, it Is a
notorious fact that many of tho
wealthy clnss are totally unacquainted
wiui men- possessions, which iney
leave entirely in mo nanus oi agents
whoso business it Is to make tho most
money possible out of them. Most of
the houses ill certain neighborhoods'
pass through many hands until by a
series of subletting they reach tho
miserable creatures who pay for a
small space within. So one of tho
potent factors in "shun" making
waxes and grows strong.
Some time ago one who had gone
down to live among the poor and
miserable-, hoping by personal contact
to better their condition, found near
tho tiny house which ho had taken a
most deplorable state of n unit's, says
the Chicago Time. A narrow alley
way contained live small iiou-es of
tlireo rooms each, each loom IHng
occupied by one family. Fifteen fam
ilies wero thus crowded into this nar
row space. Ono hydrant did duty for
the whole crowd, and here .otuig and
old, male and female, performed what
ablutions they felt moved to indulge
In. Tho one nuthouse was In such a
terrible condition that tho stranger
feared disaster when the warm weath
er should come. He found out that
tho property was owned by a woman
of wealth, and paid lior a por.-onal
visit. Ho described to her tho terrible
conditions, of which sho know nothing,
as sho never interfered with such
business, sho said.
Sho was purundod, howover, to
visit tho place and was shocked into
bod for two days by what sho caw
there. Workmen wero speedily sent
anil tli condition of one little slum
was materially bettered. If houio
more of this personal inspection could
bo brought about many more dark
spots would bo brightened.
Ire'isnrn Trine In mi At tie.
A short time ago a young woman of
Modford, while rummaging In her
' father's attic, came across an old roti
I culo in which I hero wero half a doon
I old stamps. Tho reticule had been
there since ISii'J, and, thinking that
tho stumps might be valuable from
thoir age, sho took them to her father
and asked him to in (iiire into their
value. Last week, to her surprlso,
tier fattier told her that for her in
terest in tho stamps ho would pay her
faro to Washington and hack, and
her expenses for a two weeks' visit
there. This sounds llko a very liberal
oiler, but it is probably not so much
so as it seems. Tho expenses of such
a trip might bo about SoU, whllo tho
stamps are worth about is'JO. Thoy
are the .'1-ccnt pink, of tho issue of
Ihlil, and aro valued in tho now cata
logue, which is just coming out. at
!sl.ri each. In tho old cataloguo thoy
wero offered at s?.r, but thoy havo bo
como so raro that tho prlco has boon
put up. Although they could proba
bly not bo sold to a dealer for thnt
prlco, thoy aro BUfllciently valuable to
mako It a lucky find. lioston Tran
script. .invr tin. Only Correct Nnmn.
Jew refers to tho religion which tho
Tows profess. Hobrow refers to a
language which thoy no longor speak,
and has consequently no mcnnlng nt
tho present tlmo. Isrnollto rofors to
a nation which thoy at ono tlmo
formed, and it bus at present no sig
nification oxcopt when reforonco is
made to tho anciont nation. Tho down
nro a religious community, nnd thnt
is all that soparatos them, or rathor
distinguishes tliom from their follow
eltboiiH. Tho .lows do not call thorn
solvos Hobrows. A fow who do not
know any hotter may call themsolves
so, but thoy aro wrong. Thoso who
know what is right call themselves
.Jews, and that Is tho only correct
namo. Jewish Tidings.
A Mr.iiico I (inple.
North Carolina's strango pooplo of
tho swamps havo counterparts In tho
mysterious raco of so-called Indians
in Southorn Delaware. Thoy nro a
swarthy pooplo, with some strong
traits of tho rodmon, though thoro nro
contradictory stories as to their ori
gin. Thoy aro fully- clvilled, how
ovor, and follow tho ordinary occupa
tions of tho region to which thoy aro
nattves.though thoy mluglo llttlo with
tho whites and rofuso to associato witli
A ISrulnjr Youth.
Mr. llichmunn I don't demand that
my daughter shall marry wealth, but I
do insist that tho man sho mnrrlos
shall havo brains enough to got along
in tho world. Young Sllmpurso
Well, I think I'vo shown protty good
judgmont in solocting a fathor-in-law,
don't you? Now York Wookly.
(llnilntona'i rortrnlti Rnpprmd.
Constantinople, March 27. The Bui
tnn hns ordered thnt no sale or rxhlbt
tltlon of portrait of Mr. Gladstone or
Prof. Hrlce, president of tlit llrlllih
Hoard of Trade, be prohibited In Uon
ntnutluople. Copies which have been
Fent to the Armenian cleruy have been
relied us coming under the clnnMflcu
tloa of "seclltloun llteruture."
TO CLOSE BEFORE EASTER
InilUittliHK Tlmt the llirinun Itrlrhfttaic
Will soon lie lllMohrd.
London. Mfirch 27. Tho correspond
ent of the Dully News nt llorlln tele
KrnpliH thnt he believes It to be almost
coitnln that the Kovcrnnient will nelio
the llrst ptetext to dissolve the relch
fctui: befote Muster
A riliptitfli to the Standard snys thnt
nt I he lunch nt Fileiltlcljprulic Prince
IJImnnrck In teply to n icninrk that
Hrrr Hlchert hud wished to partake In
the ovation to him, Prince DUmarck
Kald that lie liiul never Klven up the
hope of tcK.tlnlni; Ilerr Illchert'B ftlend
Blilp He wns of the opinion that tliliiKH
ww to plensanter In the rolehslnK In lg-17
thiin In the recent parliament llo un
derstood Heir von Lcvetr.ow'.s reniou
for icslffnliiR and apptoved his nctlun.
Her von I.eer.ou', he declnted, hud
fotiKht for yenrs against adveiae clr
Mltlistanrey TIuihii who never read the ndvertho
moats lu their newspaper mies mom tliiiu
tl.oy roKiinu, Jonathan Kenlson, ot
liolnu, Worth Co., Iown, who hud been
troubled with rliimmntUm In his Imot,
nnns nnd .lioni.lors
read nn item In his
paper nbout how n prominent Gerinnu
clti7ens of FfMiidlflon luiB been cured
Ho procured the same medicine, nlid to
use his own words. "It ciind mo right
up." Ilunlsonny: A noiglibor mid hln
wife Were both nick in bed with rlieumii
tisni. Their boy wns over to my house
and snld they wero so bad tlmt ho had to
do the cooking. I told him of Chamber
lniuV I'm I n balm nnd how it Im.l cured
me, he. procured ,i bottle of It mid it can d
tlit m up in n week. ,() cent lottlts for
siilu by Dejo ,t (Irlcn.
liookkceiini: i" first mentioned
Italy about 1C09
Knrl'H Clover Hoot will purify your
blood clear jour complexion, icgidate
) oar bouelii nnd malm your skin Imtr hi
a bull. i!r.o.,r.Ue.,nnd8l.OOHoldlyO L Cot
StiimpH for murking goedu were in mo
in Koine before the Christian era.
"Orango UIophoui'' Ib etifo nnd lirrmUss
in n Flux Ket'd Poultice. Any lady can
aseit hi'Mtlf. Sold by C. L. Cotttu,'.
Women can bo tho devil'a bust friend
or his worst enemy.
Kvery business man should have, t in
lil.i olllce; it in an iiivnluablo cnmpaiiiou
"The Uiuid-MuNtill) Hatlwav (iuldo."
lluckiaglinm's Dyo for tho whisUern Is
tho best, haiidioHt, safest, surest, eltniiost,
most economical and sutisfnelory djo
ever invented. Il is thu geiitlumnii'H fa
vorite. The devil soon runs fiotu the man lie
I recommend Chamberl.iiu's Pain Halm
for rheumatism, lame hack, spinhis nnd
Bwollingp, Thoro ij no better liniment
made. I have hdiiI om r 100 iiiittlta of it
this jenr and all wero pleased who used
it. J. 1 Piersmi, druggist, South Chica
go, III. It is for snlo by Deo A. drier.
Seme Australian rnilwaH have wom
en station masters.
Bhiloh's cure, tho great Cough nnd
Croupe euro is in ureal dnmaiid. Pocket
sis'!! contains twenty flv ilium only LTio.
Children love it. Sold by C, h. Cotting.
SAVED HIS LIFE
So snys Mr. T. M. Rood, a highly
rospoctod Merchant of Mld-
dlotown, III., of a Young
Man who was supposed
to bo in Consumption.
"One of in
my customers, somn
ad a sou who find nil
years ago, li
HVtnntoms of consumption.
Tho usual medicines iitlnrdcd him
no relief, ami he steadily tailed
until Im was unable to leave his
lied, ills mother applied to me
for somo remedy and 1 recom
mended Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
Tho young man took it according
to directions, mid soon began to
improve until ho became well
and strong." T. M. Ki:ki, Mid
"Somo timo ago, I caught a
severe cold, mv throat, mill bint's
wero badly iiulumcd, and I haifn g
n tt'w vimiiii iv l oil ji'wnv.it
tlmt I was a victim of consump
tion, and my Irienils had little
hope of recovery. Hut 1 bought a
bottlo of Ayer'H Cherry Pectoral,
took It, and was entirely cured.
No doubt. It saved my life."
I. Jones, Umerts Cove, Tenii,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S PAIR
0 Lost Energy,
lv' I-tc-Ultj- nppotito, tirotl feeling, tolnacll
' ' ilil'Kf sickness ami wealness can be
jjJWjL-jjl promptly reinedied by using
MJ 1 3j;
Ra4 I S!H I l ys'llhW
It strengthens and builds up the enfeebled system, creates
u good appetite and promotes digestion, dears the complexion and
restores the body to perfect health.
Sold by all Druggists at $1.00 per bottle.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
I'lie City Bakery
Have constantly on hand tho
largest variety of
Cakes, Bread, Pies id Ins
i tiii: rriAiirr.
The highest gnulo of nuiterial lined, of
tho llnest quality, and superior perfec
tion of workmanship, liny jour goodH
of a successful house.
Joscpli Ilcrburer, Projwictor.
SA CitiFiCJH SA IjJJ
Comprising all Vurlctlcs of
Two Minis 4'rah Apples, I'.Iiiin ami Soil .llnplc Sluule Trcci.
These I pecs ni-c I'roin iliicc lo lour jcars old anil aro llrnt-chuH
Ircci. Von can net your clio'ct: Tor .' cciiIh per tree, TcrntHciiftli,
Thcj iniisl Itu old,
E. B. SMITH, Red Cloud.
8 ' ' i
Willi which to test jour eycH, thereby liiHiiring accuracy
c. - : orrirM
The St. Liouis
Twice Every Week,
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
$130 per h jrear
N. E. ROBINSON,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER
First cIiuh work u specially. Prlccw reasoiialtle.
See hint before giving your order im It will lie to your Interest
Building Material, Etc.
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