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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1895)
THE 11BD CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1805.
iHConcAT KIDNEY. LIVERS BlcAuD$.n
Jit ndiichi'. find bn itli, sour stomach, heart
liiirti, imiIiihh.1i t, il lii, nnt Ipntlon.
DlktrcssiilUrtiitlmMMimiiiid bloating In Iho
(tomm h, Rlmrtiu.-v.of bn iitli, pain In tin) heart.
Loss or Appetite
A FplendM feeling to-day and u dcprcfwd ono
to-morrow, nothing is ( ins to tnf to good, tired,
(,lo pi ess unil nil niKtriitiK.wrnl.iKiw, debility.
jmnmi-ltoot builds up quickly n rundown
constitution and makes tho weak strong.
AtnriicsUtn SO rent nml $1.00 nl.
"Inmllil.1 O.illu t HiMth" hw-CowiiltAlInn trio.
1)11. KlLUVU A Co., HlNUUAMTO.V, N. V.
ICopvrlKlitf it, t i tiy W . T. KoBtcr.l
St. JdhBPii, Mo, April 20. My
hu bulletin gave forecasts of the
(jtortti wave to cross tlio continent
from Apr ti"A to liOtlt and the next
will rcacli the Pacific coast about the
iiTth, cross the western mountain
country !v clo'c of 28lli, the yreat
central v.tllejs from 'JHth to May 1st
tint! thu eastern slates about May 2d.
High wind hut not much rain may
ho expected to accompany tit iss dis
turln.tire A wr.rm wave will cross tlio west
urn mountain country about 27th, the
jiruat central valli'j'H Ulltli and eastern
states about Mny 1st.
Cool wive will cross the western
mountain country about IlOth, great
central valleys May 2d and cistern
TUP. (IIIKAT UIVKll.
Historic passnges in the biblo ro
tor to thu fountains of the great deep
and ..iy they were brol.cn up when
Nodi's Hood occurred. Probabilities
urc that this was literally true.
The great dorp still leinaitiH but
its fountains arc not now suflieicntly
extensive to eau.so a general flood Mich
hh uvidontly occurred in tlio misty
and mysterious past, if we sue to cred
it thu very Htrongcst geological evi
dences. Instead of calling it the great deep
let us say the great river and look
abovo where wo find it sweeping
around the etrth in a channel two
thousand mile wide and how deep no
The cartwaid llowing river carries
with it the high and low barometer'!,
storm center and cloud foimations,
ttiusinj; them to go aiound the earth
in an easterly direction.
Thu channel of this aerial river
does not lie exactly cast and west but
vaiies well to tbo south above tlio
Gulf of Mexico and above China and
well to the north about Hcting sea
and Iceland so that its southern
boundry lino will overage near 112 and
its northern about (iO degrees of north
Nine-tenths of tho human race live
within these boundrics and tins vast
eastward How is tho immediate causo
of nil our weather depatturcs. Cold
winters, warm winters, and all weather
ottrcmcb may bo traced to this great
But this ner it acted upon by the
magnetic uillucncos of sun, moon and
planets so that its channel varies,
Gawthrop, in the American Motcoro
logical .Journal, sajs "This groat un
named river of the atmosphere, so
near to us and yet so iar, has uow in
its bed, ab it had throuirh ages, the
centers of civilization und is destined
to appeal to the imagination ol men
and to dare them, in its exploration,
to extreme effort. This, great rier
changes its courso southing at ono
time und northing at another because
of influences it meets in piising over
the earth's surfaco "
If wc oin know when to expect tho
southing ol this river, that is when
its clunnol will oscillate or change to
the south on this continent, wo miy
know when to expect cold winters for
thoy will purely follow and waun win
ters will lollw its northern oscillations-
It must not bo supposed that all
tho upper utmosphero is moving cast
ward. Probably tho ohaonol of the
great aciiul river is a tuunel reaching
not to excocd ten miles high. Thore
arc very toroiahle reasons for believ
ing that the atmosphere above this
channel moves uorthward, after rising
gloog the equator, and is poured down
kL K. J &. M
agiin through the magnetic north
pole from whence come tho cold and
the cold waves.
Th" immediate or.us5 of these at
mospheric movements is tho sun's
magnetic clfects. including tho he it
ing ol tho lower atmosphere near the
earth's c(tiaior. Tho earth revolv ing
oislword causes a relative- motion in
the sun westward and as the atmis
phcru rises along tho earth's njuator
in response to the nun's forces down
pours at tho polos are nilural results.
This movement or the atmosphere
takes the form of a spiral, and with a
loft handed corkscrew motion is drawn
around the channel of the great east
ward flowing aeiial river.
The westward progress of the sun
i ii . .i r
must necessuriiy pun vast, puruuus im
the atmosphere toward tho west and
to replace it nn castwurd flow is caus
ed and hence tho great river.
Tho principal areas of evaporation
lio south of this groat channel in the
Atlantic and Pacific oceans where the
moisture is lifted and carried into tho
great river where it flows eastward
till a combination of transient highs
and lows causo it to be precipitated,
giving us rain or snow.
Now as to tho groat deep. The
writer believes that tho cause of evap
oration wore vastly increased to bucIi
an enormous extont that nearly all the
waters of the oceans wero evaporated
and drawn into the great deep that
is tho great aerial river under discus
sion causing cloud formations thous
andsol times more extensive than now,
shutting out tho light of tho sun till
only a dim twilight remained. This
condition remained for vast nges dur
ing which tho earth was enveloped in
great deep btlts of cloud as now arc
all the planets except the earth and
hen the cause of this great evapor
ation gradually withdrew, from natu
ral results, tho fountains of the groat
deep were b'roken up, the moisture
precipitated and what is termed Noah s
Kvcry geologist will admit that evi
dences now louud in tho crust of the
earth harmonizing with the above hj
pothesis are overwhelming. The leg
ends and traditions of every tribe and
nee ot man remarkably coincide with
The writer does not hesitate to de
elaro his belief that the cause of this
great weather event was thu coming
to our earth of the greutest comet ever
known to the solar .system and that
our moon, robbed by the earth ol its
water and atmosphere, is the reutunt
Ocntis, Mais and .Jupiter are now
apparently near each other in the west
and may lie seen soon after sunset.
Venus is bright and silvery, Mars red
and small, Jupiter . i dull siher color
large. Neptune is in the same cluster
and sets about the suno time but can
be seen only with a powerful telescope
Stturu and Traiius arc far south and
riso about sunset. Tho latter can be
seen only with a telescope. Mercury
is on the opposite side of the sun.
Tho moon was at apogee, farthest
from tho earth, on lSth.
In Kentucky, Arkansas and other
states it is held that in order to pro
duce a good bl ickberry crop there
must bo a "Ulackberry Winter"
This is a cold spell in May, without
which, it is claimed the bhekberrj
crop will bo short.
Delays nro dangerous, A dollar spent
for Hood's Sarsaparilla now miy prevent
illuiss which Will bu expensive and hard
to biar. Now is the time to take Hood's
Pood's Pills earn all liver illp, relieve
COUtitipiltiOll lllld llrrliht detrition. '.Tic,
rct'lliif; to .11 j Olil rations tuul
Having iiccopted tho farm iigency foi
thu Old Continental Insurance Co , in
WeliRter und adjoining counties, am pro
parod to fuinieh liberal and rolmblo in
Biirauce on tho most favorablo tonus,
lOilm J. II Hvmii, 4Mii
Is tho resultof tlio usual treatment of
llkKK 111 sorili rs. ThfiHtHtemUiminlulth.i
suit of tlio usual trc
ami Potash n incdltH
Hi tll.111 llwi fllMi-nan
m Mercury ami Potash n inedles-moro to
w..u uitainu man imi tiisease ami in a
short wlillo Is in a far worse condition I
llian befuiu Tbo most common risult Is l
s nnbuniH i lorn
E for which S R. B is tho must rcllMOn !
B. B Is tho must reltaliln
ooiues wiu anora relief
S w hero all cUo has failed,
c i mneriui irom n
7 lllinmtiiillitni.,iv n
nv.trn nttnk rtffA..ll
....uuuiuiinuiiiijy arms nun ivuBUt'inu stroilUM
9 hlliin,nlhnMluiliiii,liiil..i.,iiF.I.I. . .
c Muiuii.ituini.Diiiuii nniuiai . .n.vau.llll, VH
tlio mostuxcruclntluit imlim. ImXiitliuiiOreilgfi
-. uuitan nuiiiiuv ruiiai, uui nuur ISK
iiik i ibw noiiiim or
1 luiprore4rsililly anil
am now n well man.
cumulitlolr cured. I
Cftn hitsrtllw r.M.nm.
I "12!" 'i0U.r.u,!!PPl,erui niedicino to anyone
smirte.l with this iialnfuldlM-ase ""
w. r. ualby, Mrooklyn Klevated R. R.
Our TrtatlM on niiml and Bkln DImmmm utllsd 1
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Oa.
FLOODS TN THE EAST.
NEW ENGLAND nlVEPS OUT OF
Heavy ItitliiH Cm n Overllnit, mill Much
Uiiinngc Itrtmrtnl Wilier In Viiim
1'lncrs Higher '1 J i u ti lit Any llnio
lioston, Mass., April 17. Almost con
tinuous tains foi tlio last f.ui urfit
hours and more, accompanied by melt
Iiik snows among tho hlll' and iikuu
tnlns, have riuiHi'il tho r!fia In nil pprt"
of New liu'laii'l to rl'o to tin1 1 il h t
point slncn the creal Hood ot is 1, nn.l
wldettpicad dnrnuKi' litis lieon v. i nxlit,
thotiKli up to mtdnluht m Ims nr I "
lifts boon reported. So malls fioni north
of Nushua, N. 1I h.ivo iiMched llnston
to-flay. At Lowell the Mctilmnc Is
over eight foet ubove hlch wntT mark
and many cellars me flooded ond hnit"3
on tho lowlands partially HubinrrrrMi
Tht mills am troubled with backwater
and will probably have to relv upon
tearnaltcgcther. Many mill cellars nro
floods and the damage tan not be Avon
approximately estimated. The Ilhodc
f iHnd itrtra have also felt the heavy
ralna, but tha ruin In that state Is niucu
less than In the north.
IN CONNECTICUT VAI.MIV.
tTateri IllRhrr Than Any Tlmo Slnre
Rprlnyfleld, Mass., April 17 The Con
nctleut valley In the pcone of n flood
of grenter magnitude than Iiiih visited
thl section alnco 1861. Tho most dam
ajra waa done nt Bellows Falls, Vt..
where tho Connecticut river Is narrow.
An old railroad bridge was Hwept nway
and there has been great dnmnRe to
the Boston and Maine railroad. Tho
tuantl waa flooded and rendered 1m
raeaable. The mills are all closed. At
Battleboro. Vt.. tho river Is higher than
It be'n B,nce ,sc" At Turners Falls
the wnter has overflowed the banks of
the river to such nn extent that many
of the mills havo been compelled to
shut down. Tho Consolidated rullroad
trucks are flooded. At Windsor. Vt.,
the water has risen thirty feet and busi
ness Is almost nntirely suspended, At
Northampton, Mass.. tho river Is three
quarterg of u mile wide and the water
Is higher than It has been In thirty
yearn. Over nine feet of water Is uoltifr
over the dam at Holyuke and many
mills hve boon compelled to shut
down. Near Mount Tom the vvutor has
overflowed the railroad tracks and
trulns are delayed.
Country n Hlirct of Water.
St. AJbatiB, Vt, April 17. Tho W'i
tiooski river Is hlghci than It has been
for twenty-live years. The count! y for
miles nround Is one sheet of water,
many fauns beliif; either partially or
wholly flooded Seveial villages nro
uslntc boats and rafts as a means of
moving about. Min.li damaK' has been
done to blldKes. The i.illioad between
Proctor and Centt.il ltutland hns be.-n
abandoned. Many of tho wldcutH of
Tfoithlleld and Ccntinl Kutlnnd hnvo
been driven fiom their dwellltiKs, tho
water havliiK leached the uecond
KullroiuN MifTer VVmtiouU.
Portland. Maine. April 17. All rail
roads ccnterlriK heio lepoit bad wash
outs on their lines In many eases
tialns have been cancelled. Tho Ot.ind
Tiunk road Is liupussable on uceotuit
of the daimiKe to the loudbed No trulna
can koI through from Monti enl.
Itlwr Still Kiting.
Augusta, Maine, April 17 The Ken
nebec river Is still rising and tho
w halves along the water front aio en
tlmly submerged Millions of feet of
lumber nro coming down the river. At
lliunswlck the Andiostoggin Is tho
highest ever known. The pumping sta
tion is under water.
a, 000 Thrown Out of Work.
Venthiook, Maine, April 17 Over
;,000 people weio thiown out of work
yesterday on account of the rise the
Presumpscot river, which pi evented
the factories from tunning. The river
Is higher than It has been alnco 1SG1
and is still rising
BUEF TO COME DOWN
Orders Inued Tlmt Mill Inrnaiie
Supply of Stent.
Washington, April 17. In view of the
great rise In the price of beef und the
scarcity of cattle tho chief of the bu
reau of animal Industry-. Dr. Salmon,
hns recommended to tho secretury of
agriculture the admission of Mexican
cattle into the United States under
stringent regulations calculated to In
sure a rigid Inspection of all cattle ad
mitted. It is hoped by this means to
check the tendency to excessive prices
to the consumer without Injuriously
affecting tho Interests of the beef pio
ducers. In accordance with thuso rec
ommendations Secietnry Morton ea
t ei day Issued a spiclal order allowing
lriipcn tutlcm of tattle from Muxlco. Mr.
Moiton said there was nothing new in
tho matter of the higher prices for beef.
The secretary said there was a shortage
of about 275,000 head of cattle, and that
tho shoit corn and grass crops In pre
vious years had something to do with
the rise. It is expeeted that Dr .Sal
mon, who Is making the Investigation,
will go to Chicago befoie his lepoit Is
FOUND IN A BARREL.
Mutilated ltomnlu of a Human Heine
!lrnrroil liy'luii l'Uhurincn.
Kansas City. Mo , April 17 John
fjulian and John Cassldy, fishermen,
found u whisky barrel lodged in a pile
nt liriliall ti ffti I i (Iia IIIsbaiiiJ lnan nna.
i.i lnii .,,, ,u ,,, . ,u ', ,,
nalt ,r"te lmm ,np t81"" at the foot Ot
i.ydm avenue They towed to the shore
n nu noiineii too iiniien or ineir irrew
some tlnd The ban el was brought
l usnoro and when turned uoslele down
the uims and legs of a human being
rolled out, followed by tho head of u
man. Hecurely wedged in the bottom of
the barrel was the trunk of a man.
Coioner Kodford was notified and
went nt once to tho scene. Ho ordered
the barrel demolished, so that tho trunk
could be removed. It Is Impossible to
Identify the remains, owing to the state
of decomposition. In life the man was
evidently about 30 yeara old, clean
shavsn, with Irragular teeth, three of
which are missing. Coroner Radford hai
not yet Investigated the case, but in
clines to the opinion that the body was
H Student's cadaver.
DID NOT GET MACCO.
Dnnlnt Tlmt the Ciilinn tlriioml Wai
Havana, Culm, April 17 Chagrin and
atiKer succeeded the prt mature election I
of Capt -Cien CnlleJ'i over the nupposod
capture of Joiso Maeio Maceos double
was captured, but not Maceo. Antlel
patlnir unusual efforts to captute him,
the wily Cuban general donned n dls
Kulso and went to tlio front In com
mand Col (luerru was tho one cap
turcd, while Maceo escaped to tlio
mountains with u few of his follovvi i
It Is expected, however, that he will
be captured, ns many small panics nit
In pin suit of him.
At the bend of one of the trliients
Cubans was Urlf?-C!en. I'minlet. vh)
died n h ro Ills men, ucouras;M vslt'h
lnsplilni; vvordM of cheer, f.ivt.'ht UK
demons, but they wtie not w oil dis
ciplined. They wore brave, but tin Ir
recklussness counted for uaui;ht vvh'Mi
opposed to Spain's rtRiilars On
Crombet's body, which was tetilbly
mutilated by his enemies, were found
papers Riving names all the le.uleis
and estimates of the strength of the
Campos' ship was slKhted off Man
canlllo early yesterday mornliiK. As yet
It Is net known where Campos will
land. Loyul Spaniards say the war hna
Maximo Oomez, who has been In
Hatt enlisting recruits, Inndtd near
Santiago with tOO men. He has Kone
to the mountains and will attempt to
Join Maceo. If he succeeds In doing so
It Is probable that their united forces
will give the Spaniards one wore bat
tle. KverythlnK seems to Indicate, how
ever, that defeat Is staring the revolu
tionists In the face and nothing but a
miracle will now save Cuba from tho
domination of Spain.
WARNING TO ROSEBERY.
arethatn Tells Him Great Britain Mni
Drat Cnutloatly with Nicaragua.
Now York, April 17. A special frore
Washington says: "Minister Qurmnr
was closeted with Secretary Grenhatn
for some time last evening, discussing
the Nicaragua situation. If England
looks with favor upon Nicaragua's an
awor to her ultimatum there wHI be nc
special anxiety, but If Iord Uoseberj
regards the reply ns unsatisfactory
n different and serious phase of th(
situation may and doubtless will arise
"From what can be learned froir
trustworthy sources, Secretary Gresh
am, through Ambassador Baard, hat
Informed Great Britain that this conn
try will not permit, without an earnest
protest, tho bombardment of Grey town
and that the landing of British troop!
on Nlcaraguan soil will be v it wed ui
an act Inimical to American Intel est
It Is said that Secretary OreBluan con
veyed the uttltuflo of the administra
tion on these points In earnest termn
Ono story beard at the statu depart
ment was to the effect that Mr Bayard
was dliectcd to Inform Lord Roseberj
that tiring upon Grey town or placing
an armed force on shoie at that plao
or at Corlnto would be an infraction
of the Monroe doctrine.
"It is pointed out that Admiral
Meade's llnet has arlved nt Colon and
Is near Gieytown, and that tho Mon
teiey will re-ich Corlnto about tho tlmt
the Ilnynl Aithur anchors oft tho weal
end of tho proposed Interoeeanlc canal
Something may be heard from London
today which will clear up some of tht
e.lstlng doubt nnil apprehension and
outline Kngliinri h Intentions."
No email objection which jpnnK folks
laid to thu old-limo spring-medicine was
their naiiBconsness. In our day this ob
jection in removed ntul Ayer's tarsapar
illa the most powerful and popular blood
purifier is as ploasaiit to the palate as a
1 am now ready to do nil kinds of dress
making. Prices reasonable. Threo
blocks west of Miner's store- Mrs. 1 P.
II II !
Don't forpot that I am prepared to
enny jiahhongers to nil parts of tlio city.
Lenvo orders nt tlio Holland House
Represents tlio follow-hip; companies.
Spo curd in tins pnpor. Farm property,
olovntorp, und nil kinds ot niercantilo
filskn, insured in reliable companies at
Por rates an tonus writo or cnll and
see mo. Ollico over Mior'a grocery
store, Kcd Cloud, Nob.
Choice, sorted, yollow seed Corn for
snle by A. L. llildrotli, Covvlcs, Nob.; or,
O. C. Tool, Ked Cloud.
Horoiifter Willinin Kiclinrdeon will
feed all teams at tlio ruto of 10 cents for
liny. Hnrn oast of Holland House.
Go to Kobv'fl for oats, ho litis nil jou
Wo call jour attention and convinco
jou of tlio fact that jou pel only li2 os
in a loaf of bread by not gutting jour
bread of mo. Von will et ono pound,
1(1 ozs in overy loaf nt tho City liukory.
Jos, III ItllL'lUiH!.
., i. ..-i
Captain Hweeney, U. S. A Han Diego,
Cal. hiijk: "Stiiloh's Catarrh Remedy is
the tlrst medicine I havu ever fonud that
would do me nny good." Price M)c. Tor
sale by C. Ij. Cotung.
Hoes. . .
i t e
Stock hogs '-' 006'' 00
Fatcowa :i 00
Chickens lb 1
Turkeys lb (J
Uuilod Hay per tonlOJJ
Children Cry for
for Infants and Children.
HIItTY yen.m'"ol)crvtitlon of
million of pemonii,P"rmlt
It Is nnqnontionnlily tho bout remedy for Infnntw nnd Children
the, world hna ever known. It Is hnrmle-m. Children lllto It. It
gives them health. It will savo their lives. In It Mothers hnvo
omcthlng which ii absolutely safo and praotioally perfect as m.
Cattorla destroy WorBte.
Caitoria allayn Feverihnes.
Castoria prevent vomiting Soar Cnrd.
Caitoria cores Diarrhea and Wind Colio.
Caatorla rellcvee Teething Tronhlei.
Castoria onres Constipation and Flatulency.
Caatoria nentrallaes the effcota of oarhonlo acid gae or poisOBons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
Caatoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and towels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Caatoria la put p In one-shm bottles only. It Is not sold in hulk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise)
that it is "Just as good" and "will answer every purpose"
See that yon pet C-A-S-T-Q-RI-A.
Children Cry for
Indiana nnil Imtu lluo lUcellrnt
pel In for tin- Season.
Indlnnapolls, April 17. The Indiana
weather ciop bulletin says Although
cool nnd cloudy on most days with
light fiosts on seeral nights, the
weather In general has been iutte
favorable to glowing crops und farm
work, ltalns fell nearly everywhere
on three days, much to tho benetlt of
Dos Moines, Iowa, April 16 The Iowa
weekly weather crop bulletin sas Tho
tlrst half of April hns given a bright
hue to crop prospects, and nt the corre
sponding date there has nevei been a
more encouraging outlook for u produc
tive season The- tempeiaturo of the
past week was slightly abovo tioimal,
und all the weather conditions vveie
favniable for completing heeding opera
tions nnd pushing the wotk of ptepara
tlon for corn planting Ah a lesult
fat m work Is genvinlly more advanced
than usual at this time of the yenr,
nnd the soli Is in the best possible con
dition for the reception of freed
The acreage of small ginln, coin nnd
potatoes will bo materially lncreacd,
compnrtd with the last three seasons
The week closed with a general rain,
giving promise of abundant measuie
for present needs In all patts of the
state. AH repoits indicate a good bta
kon for fruit
ARE STILL ON GUARD.
!!rny Itnlim Diunpiii the Ardor of the
Striking Inwn Miner.
Ccntervllle, Iowa. April 17. The
heavy rains of Sunday night and jes
terday picvenWd ai.j movement of the
strikers at Ciiuiunatl. None of the
mines along the line of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & SI Paul toad arc running.
The strikoiH moved on them nnd they
came out Company 13 of the Second
regiment, Cnpt Ogle, has been at Cin
cinnati since Ptlda There are also
fifteen or twenty deputies armed Tho
strikers protest they Intend no violence,
that thoy aio making these demonstra
tions to Induce all tho miueis to de
mand tho schedule price ot not work.
There wore rumors yesterday that
Major-Goncral Prime nnd Adjutant
Gonerul Prime had asked the governor
for more troops It was nlso said the
miners have rifles nnd dynamite bombs.
Miikra Mnny .Slnrrhtgrs Void.
Bpokano Falls, Wash., April 17.
ffudge Moore of the Superior couit has
rendered a decision which will have a
startling effect upon hundreds of peo
pie residing In thlH state In tho divorce
case of Nelson vs, Nclyou the court
held that a mnrrlagu contracted in any
state of the union was Illegal bctweon
two parties either of whom was di
vorced In this state, provided the mar
riage took place befoio tho statutory
six months had passed In which un
appeal could be taken.
Death HrialU n otnrloiiH Crime.
Little Rock, Ark., April 17. Mrs.
Mary E. McCrnvens, ono of tho earliest
rattlers of Plummet vllle, Conway coua
ty, Is dead It was In her house that
the Hon. John M. Clayton way mur
dered, Hall's llnir Henuwer onjojs tho confi
dence and putroiiage of people all over
the oivillzt-d world, who uho it to restore
and keep the hair a natural color.
SPRING 18 NOW HERE
And pooplo who have Organs should
havo them cleaned nnd re
MUSIC HAIH CHARMS
And to have good music, jou must koop
your organs in good shapo. Persons
wanting this kind of work done
will do well to see mo and
get my prices.
PERSONS LIVING IN IHE COUNTRY
Or neighboring towna will have their
work promptly nttonded to by ad
dressing mo at Red Cloud. Neb,
Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
Cnstorin, with tlio patronage ot
tm to wponJc of U without Kiinnntng.
wm Is on every
Will tnlto a limited number ot cnttlo
tojpasturo on tho Cioblo ranch eight
milos south west of Rod Cloud. Plenty
of shade and water. Cattle, $1'50:
horbcs. c2 00, for tlio season. Apply to
N. L. D. Smith, nt tho ranch.
J. W. Wegeinann has re-opened his
pliolopniph g.dlerj since the tiro, nnd is
now getting out the hatuhomest cabinot
pictures tit 100 per doen. Mr. ego
maun does evculleut work and his busi
ness is increasing rapidly. ltl-tf
R. H. Fulton, Iho and lightning insur
ance, Western White l!rone, monu
incuts and cemetery goods. Seed oats
und choice upland prairiu haj. Ollice
with Trailers Lumber Co.
Hoinescekers excursion rates on Ap.'li
"'Id, one lowest lirst class standard faro
plus 62 00 for tho round trip. Miui
mum rates shall bo $7.00 to all points in
NeliiiiGlca, Kansas, Coloiado, South Da
kota, Wyoming and I'tnh. Tickets lim
ited to continuous pnstmgo in each di
rojtion, Ciiyiiie passage to begin on (Into
ot wile, llnal return limit twenty daja
from date ofale -A. Uo.novi it.
For bale or tent A livery and feed
bam. Apply to I). .1. Myers, lied Cloud,
Oratitudo can ting songs of praiso
with an emptv pocket.
I recommend Clmtnbui Iain's Pain Dal in
for rlieuiiiatixiu, liiuio back, sprains and
suolliiigi. There is no better liniment
made, I have sold over 100 bottlts of it
this j ear and all were pleased who used
it. J. I". Pierson, druggist, South Chica
go, III, It U for ialo by Dejo .1 Grice,
Tho bright side is notahvajstho right
Mr. T.S. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tonn
sayt., "Shiloh's Vitalier 'Saved my I.ifo,
I consider it tho best remedy for a de
bilitated system I ever tiod." Tor Dys
pepsia, Liver or Kidtioy trouble it excels,
Price 7fi eta. Tor sale by O. It. Cotting.
Tho saloon keepor ruins other mon
but damns himself.
"Orntige Illosfloin'' is safo und hnrmliss
as n Flax Seed Ponltico. Any lady can
use it hen-elf. Hold by C. L. Cotting.
Application lor License.
Nntlco Is lierehv (;lven tlmt a petltlnu, slmied
lij tlililj oi innte Itlili'iil fneholileis or tlio
first ward of tliviit) of Ited (loud, Nebiask.i,
has lieen filed In in) oltlie In s.ilil dlj of lted
(liiinl, piajing tint a ll(i-n-,e hn granted by
tsaldcltv eoiincll of saldrity, to Nelson Loiik
In. foi the sals of mult, siiirllinius ami vinous
Imuors.oiiletn, hloK jl. iniiglii il town) now
eltyof Ited ( load, Aehraiku, In the tlrst ward
of the elty of Itnl Chiuil. tlmt ae-tmn will ho
taken on said petition, h) iho in i nr and city
council, an tlio llrsl day ur Mhj.IMV, or at the
llrt nu etlup of the council tliirc dim
luted at lted CIkuiI. Nlu.ka, Maich 15th,
W. 1. WrsT,
Application lor License.
Nntlco Is hereb) gen tint a petition, slums!
Ii tlili tvnr mora rislilsut tietliulders of tho
Irst ward of the city ot lted l luinl, Ne-hiaska,
lasbesiillledlninjemiH In h.ihl elty of itesi
timid, prujhig that license he gninted by
salililtyeoiiuillnf Kild illy, to John I'nlnlcky
for tho silo of milt, Nplrliiious ami inotis
,.W0rllil0.,.P1' '' 'iw ,31' '""ui"' town) now i
tt?i V.,'JH,"i1,"l!:i!!bla.sK',i1" ,lle "t w"fl
of the elty of Itid cloud, ilmt anion will ho
taken on said petition h lh. nmver nut city
iei!iicll.niit!ifird,iyof Mij, l.'-, sr at tl'o
III st iiiietlng id tho ( uiincll theiealtei
liated at lted Cloud, .NeUtasks, March 15,
v. r. vvfst,"
, citj i lerk.
Application for License.
. Jf'',l,eB I hrehy cen that u petition stated
by thirty or im.ro lesldent fiethol. ersof he
seconil ward of tho ( U of Ho I Cloud. Ni-bw.
,ki'JhSr i!,''.n. llc'' wlln ttie elty clerk ot said
elty of lted Coin , piav hu t lint a license l in
"JiSrl'nV 'l',' l ",Cl1 'IVcll "tSfionl"
M. Mern for tho sale st inn t, sidritoin rtftM
vinous quors oa lot three (j). uloek ana i TV
WllllHin's laddltlonfi tk Jelly of leJ Cud.Ne:
Hnl-ai,.1?L''t c,u w! b" takso .a siuV pi
tltiou by ,tht nmor and c tv counall an thalJt
day ot May. m, or tha llrst moftlnr o"tli
counel thoreafter. w K. Wsi. city Clerk . A
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