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THE KJSD CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895.
THREAT KDNEUIVERa2 Wfl
Fain in I he IBack
Joints or hip", "cillincnt In initio llltobrlek-dust
IreU-'t calls or letcnt Ion, rheumatism.
Dlutictcs, drop")', scanty or high colored urlnu.
tinging Foieuitlonaw hen voltllmc, distress pros
auro lit the part., urut In til Irrltutloti, stricture.
Bloat or dark circles under tho eyes, tonguo
contcil, constipation, yellowish eyeballs.
AtDriiusUtH, u()'niitannd $1.00 alio.
"Innllilf' Outdo In lliAllh" frvp-CunnlUUon (re.
Un. KlI.MUIt &l CO., IIINOIIAMTON, N. V.
A Tcxiin HmiK.
0 inniii'v, O money, thy praliei I Mne,
Thou in t my rounder, my Kod. nud my king!
Tls Inr thee I prtiich. 'IM for thee I pray,
Ami iniiku cwllectiniitwlcecry IjrU'iiuny.
1 have cHiidlcs mid nil sorts of dresses to buy,
Fur I wlili nu to know lh:tt 1 think my
rlmrrli high -I
don't mean of structure, of steeple, or wall,
Hut en hlcli Hint tha herd doesn't roach It nt
I Imvo poor In my district who need some re-
I preach to their poverty, I par for their Brief.
1 xend tnr box round to tliuin murniiiK and
And I hope they'll rciiioniticr the poor wid
I Rather my kntmludiro from wisdom's rctt
And tho whole or my trinity In pounds and
roiimls, shillings und pence are nil that I
From iiiv lli.it step on earth to thu edge of my
Mv p.iv may hit hundteilsor thousands u) car;
Double It. treble It, Mill I Hill licit'
With mv box, or my bin;, cnllostltiR your
I'll not do like .lesus dld-rldo on an tits.
I'll hao cat rl,iKfs,hnrrs, servants and nil;
I'll nut take n a foot, like I'eter nud I '.ml;
I'll not (In likc.lnlui, llwiini Incust and honey,
Ho out with our pluses and down with your
Money Is my creed and I won't pray without
And Hie hc.icnsuro closed against nil who
1'or this is the essence of the present religion,
Coitio to chin eh leKiilnr and bd plucked llku
Fools sometimes ask wiiat I do wlln my
Thei might as w.'ll ask wh.it tires do with
annuel them all with n wink and n mm,
Thieit-ihliiis to mysell and the r.uii.iluder to
And when I am dead and burled to Hcst,
riaen ii box on my gue-'tls my latest lo-
Tk.u trUiidsiiro all know, who eoiuu for le
That I can't rent In peace without a collection.
Horofiiln, null rheum, and r.!l diseases of
iho lilooil, dyspepsia, headache, kiiluoy
nud liver complaints, and u.itnrrh, are
nred by Hood's Sursapnrllla thu great
Hood's 1'ills euro juutidice, biliousness,
tick headache, constipation nud nil liver
Editok Ciiiki: It hiiH boon reported
that my hotel was closed. Ah such is
not trim I wish to itifonn my customers
tb rough your columns that 1 urn huro to
ttay. Neither do 1 have to borrow
money to run it. I think it tjiiito likely
the Hunks house will bo rnniiiii fur hov
irnl joars yet. Very Kosp'y,
Proprietor Hunks HonBO, liivorton, Nob.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., Hnti Dit'io.
Va. says; ".Shiloh's Catarrh Iteuiedy is
tho IUhi medicine I linvu ever found that
would do ma any good." Trice JiOo. l'or
talo by C. L. Cutting.
Tho list of letters remaining at tho
pent olllco uncalled for up to April
Andrews W. L. Woods J. C.
Tho above lottors will bo wont to tho
doatl letter olllco May ., I8IC1. It not
called fur. Fisaxk Cowdkn, Postmaster
"Half a span of angry steel" will pro
duce no more fatal results than a uegleot-.
ed cold or conuh. For all throat nnd
long diseises, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is
the best remedy. It is invaluable in
ease of croup, whooping cough, bron
chitis, and a grippe.
The aneient HgyptiatiB used wooden
rollers to move their hugh stouo blocks.
Karl's Clover Hoot will purify your
blood u!"3- your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make your skin lear a
ubeii. i.T.0., .'.iic.,nml?l.uO Sold by C j Cot
ting. A small dubt produces a debtor, a
largo one, au enemy.
Those who never read the advertise
aonts In their uuwspnpur miss more than
they presume. Jonathan Kenison, of
Ulnu, Worth Co,, Iown, who hnd beon
troubled with rheumatism in his bnck,
arms nud shoulders, rend an item hi his
paper about how a prominent Germnn
citizens of Vt' Madison has been cured,
II a proenred the samo mwdicliiu, nud to
oso his own words: "It cured mo right
p." lie also says: A neighbor and his
wife were both sick in bed with rheuma
tism. Their boy was over to my house
and said they wore so bad thnt ho had to
do the cookiug. I told him of Chamber
lain's l'aln Dalin nud how it had cured
me, he procured a bottle of it and it cured
them np in a week, 0 cent bottlos for
sale by Deyo & Orlce,
Lack of phjeical exercise haa a UndenJ
cy to juako school children short sighted,
Died, April 2, 1895, nfterafihnrt UIucbb
Willie, only Ron of A. H. ami Mary
Spraeher, aged 13 years. His whole
life having been spent in tliis vtuinii)
anil was known of many and beloved b
all. When at tho ago of twolvo years he
Imubiiio converted in tho M. 13. church
ut I'ukloy, uniting with tho sumo. Hi
character was above reproach, at homo
as an obedient son and loving brother
over thought fill and mindful in tho in
torcflts of homo and welfare of those
around him. At school ho was diligent
and energetic and always found at tho
head of his class. Ho was a general fa
vorite among hispchoolmates and looked
upon by all as having the promise of a
bright future career.
Ho was a regular attendant at Sunday
school and an attentive scholar. Ho
was iiIpo an activo niombor of Kckloy
Kpwerth League Ho loavoa many
friends to mourn his lose, and tho family
relatives linvo tho slncoro Byrapathy of
tho entlro community.
Alei p In .Irmis, blessod lep,
From which liono ever w.iko to wcop;
A culm and undisturbed repose,
Unbroken by the lust of foe.
Fnre.M-11, for tho present, farewell,
Thu Ioiik looked for Rliry In near,
The Jos f that morn who ran tell.
When Jesus our Lord shall nppinr.
RcsoIiiIIoiih or lleupcct.
Resolutions of tho Fickloy Epworth
Lcaguo on tho death of Willie Sprachor.
WitKitKAH, Doath for tho llrst time
sinco tho organization of our Kpworth
Lcaguo has enterod among us in tho re
moval of Willio Sprachor our doarly bo
loved brother, who wns always roady to
do his part, conscientious in all things,
thoroforo bo it,
Resolved, That wo miss him socially
for his kind and loving manner won the
tho hearts of all with whom he associat
Resolved, that in tho sudden removal
in hiB early youth of ono who gave
bright promise of a life of usefulness, we
are admonished of tho uncertainty of
life and of tho groat need on our part of
oven tho youngest to propuro for doath
Resolved, That wo fiPoingthofihortnoHH
of time and tho cortainty of doath, ro
double our onermed in tho cauHo of the
muster, knowing that night soon comoth
when ir man can work.
Resolved, Thi't wo Undor our heart
felt sympathy to tho sorely bereaved
parents and sisters and other relatives of
our dear young friends, praying that the
"(joil of Consolation" may speak peace
to their hearts in this their hour of
darkness nnd sorrow, comforting them
with the hopo of reunion with their
loved one in that land where there
shall be no parting and where sorrow
and sadness lleo away,
Resolved, That this bo printed in the
county papers, and a copy sent to the
Mrnii: unit, I
JAMI-.H H. UlSF.r.NlIAUllI Colli.
Una Vanim:, )
We niitlinri.u our ndvertised druggist
to cell Dr. King's Now Diocovury for con-
sumption, coughs nud colds upon this
condition, If you are ulTlicted with a
cough cold or ntiy lung throat or chcid
trouble nud will use this remedy as dir
ected giving it n fair trial nnd experience
no lieuullt, on may return the bottle nnd
Imvo tho motiey Jefuuded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that Or.
King's New Discovery could bo relied on.
It never disappoints. Trirl bottles free
at C. b. Cutting's drugstore. Regular
Elizabeth Miller was born in St. Jos
eph county, Indiana, duly 'Si, ISM, and
died at Cowles, Nebraska, April III, lS'.Ki,
aged sixty jears, eight months and sov
onteon du)s. Hho wiih united in mar
riage to .lames A. Huckels September li'J.
IS.'iII. She leaves her husband aud three
children to mourn hor loss.
Over the liver she beckons to me, t.r hived
one whoeinseil to the farthei tide.
The ulc.uu of hi'i'Miimy robes I see hut hei
Milee Is Inst In the tl.isldui; tide.
SliofiiiMseil in thu iiiniuliig bright, wo av
not (lie ancels wliii met her there,
TtiDKHtes nt ilmelty we eiiuld imt nee, over
the I her in unit her is uniting tonne.
We hear tlie dip nf the golden o.irs und catch
agle.iuutf tnnstumy sail.
And lew they hae p.issed tram our y varolii,:
We onlj know that their b:u k no more nriy
s.ill with us o'er life's stoi my st-a.
Yet Koiuewhi'ie I knew she Is watching and
walling for me. n. u.
"Don't Tobacco Spll or Smoke
Your Life Away."
Tho truthful, startling title of a book
about No to-bac, tho only harmless, guar
anteed tobttcco-habit cure. If you want
to quit and can't, uso "No-to-bau."
Unices up nicotinized nurves, eliminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak men gain
strength, weight and vigor. Positive
euro or money refunded. Sold by C. L.
Hook at druggists, or mnilod free.
Address Tho Sterling lloniedy Co.,
Chicago olllce, 15 Handolph St', Now
York, 10 Spruce St.
:i no i oo
- oo: oo
i" at cowb
Uuiled Hay por tonlO
Hurl's clover root, tho groat blood puri
tier gives freshness nnd clearness to the
complexion nnd cares oonstipntion, L'fi
eta,, r.Oots., 91.00. Hold by 0. L, Cotting.
WANTS THE ISLAND.
BRITAIN AND THE NICARAGUA
tlie, tension of Corn Island by Nlen
raRun Would lle Knglund the Com
maud or tho t'nnnt I.lttio Itopubllo
Looks for No iv Allies.
Mnnngun, N'Ipiuiikuh, April 21. The
firltlsli Koverntnent lias ugnln mndo
proposals, It lias leaked out, for uctiulr
Ing Corn Island, near thu eaatern ter
minus of the proposed ship oiuml. It
Is believed Nicaragua'! new minister
of foreign affairs, Malus, favors this
eehome. IJut It Is feared such a step
would bring on thu long-threatened
involution and might provoke n protest
from the United States government.
It has ulso lici'ti suggested tccuntly
that the money Indemnity demanded
by KnlanU bu raised by learln Corn
Island either to the United Status cov
ernment or to an American syndicate
which has already bosun negotiations
for the Island. Cnblo dlnpatohvs from
London mention rumors that Great
Britain will refuse to nccept Nicara
gua's proposition to submit nit the dis
putes between the two countries to
arbitration. Dut these reports can not
bn. verified here. Tho government
claims to have no Information upon the
subjeot. Administration ofllclals assert
a peaceful settlement of the difficulty
will be made soon. Knglund, accord-
Injr to rumor, has nssured the United
Htutqs no action will be taken by her
that Will affect the interests of Ameri
can citizens here or of other foreign
residents, und thnt she wilt only de
clare passive blockade ugaliut this
''$ VTE WILL NOT UKLI'.
Cnlteil States flovernment Can Not Sup
San Joie, Costa Hlca, April 24. Un
oondremed rumors are circulating here
that tho American government has no
tified Nlcaiaguii's government that it
can get no help from the United States,
and that It has committed a wrong act
In expelling Consular Agent Hutch.
Nicaragua must mnke the best nettle
tnent It can with England, for even If
Hatch has done till hu Is charged with,
Nicaragua should have preferred a com
plaint formally against him to his gov
ernment. In such a ease the KngHsh
government would either linvo with
drawn Hntch from Dluerlelds or have
punished him. Hut In no case had Nic
aragua tho right to expel him or any
othur consular agent. These reports
orlglnato In telegrams received here by
leading ofllclals from Washington. For
eign residents say England would never
bombard Oreytuwn, us most of this In
terests there are foreign.
I.lttio Iiepublla Seeldng NrT Allies.
Colon, Colombia. April 21. Nleuragua
Is seeking allies. It Is understood here.
She Is preparing In eery other possi
ble way, It Is said, to resist Ureal llrlt
nln's demands, contained In the recent
ultimatum, for punitive damages for
the banishing of r.iltlsli subjects from
the Mosquito coast and for damages to
the property of those and othur sub
jects. Incited to Knwilt.
Port Llmon, Costa. Hlca. April t1.
Illuetlolds advices report that tho in
dlnns In Mosquito are being Incited to
rise against Nicaragua, being promised
nld from .Jamaica, if they will agree to
reinstate Chief Clarence.
Vcneiuvla Kettles with Italy.
Caracas. April 21. Venezuela
agreed to pay $100,000 to Italy for the
loss sustained and damage done tp
Italian property duilng the lale clviJ
war In Veneaueln.
DANDITS SHOT TO DEATH.
Velli lino Mnrlmvo.s and Mnurti'ln Itlvolo,
Kieeutcil In Military Stylr.
Guadlajara, Mexico, April 21. Tho
execution of the famous bandits Fell
clauo Marlavos and Maurlclo Rivera
arly yesterday morning attracted wtdo
attention. Hopo of reprieve by Presi
dent Ola, was held by the lawyers and
friends of the condemned until tho
night before the execution, when, tho
time of limitation having expired, the
prlsoivrs were told to prepare for death
nt sunrise. At G o'clock Sub-Lieut. Jose
Llencart arrived with an escort of
twenty gendurmes from the state
forces and two minutes later tiled out
with tho pilsoners, who affectionately
embraced their spiritual comforters.
On the taking leavo of the priests tho
two bandits were placed in n kneeling
posture on the north side of the prison
nnd at the word of command were
pierced with bullets from the double
file of police, who tired In unison. The
two men dropped lifeless, each falling
toward the other, after which finishing
shots were given in the chest and bialrt
of the already dead men. Marlavos
nnd Hlvera were among the most des
perate outlaws and bandits who ever
operated In the west coast country.
WARSHIPS AT NICARAO.UA.
Itrlllnh Vessel llnter C'orlnlo Harbor
(Internment In a Qiiiimbiry.
New York, Aiull 21. The Herald cor
respondent In Coilnto, Nicaragua, wires
that the llrltlsh licet entered that port
yesterday. It consisted of the llnyal
Aithur, the Wild Swan nnd the Satel
lite. The fact that the ships loft Pana
ma under sealed orders caused much
speculation about tlulr destination. The
government hns taken no steps nor ar
rlvod ut any detllntu plan of action In
case of blockade or bombardment.
Americans having Interest hero say It
Is time the Hutted States stepped In to
keep the ports open to American ves
sels. Trawluri Mako a Gbaitlr Catrlu
Lowestoft, Eng., April 21. A trawiet
brought to this placu several nrtlclea
taken from the body of a woman which
rns brought np from the deep In the
trawler's net. They proved to belong
to Miss Kmma Schlegel, tho sister of
Eugene Schlegel, one of the surviving
passongors of the North German Lloyd
leamshlp Elbo, Mr. Schlegel is a
torn Our of the Junior partner of tho Arm
of Dhlen St Hchlegsl, dealers in paints
and oils, of No. 5 North William street.
Hew York, and was on a pleasure trip
U Maw Tor when tfca aeoUUnt oc
turret The body of aftt tehleawl was
1 racedinltted to the sea.
ENLISTS 1,000 PAPERS.
Crunadn Agalnat Free Sitter Started In
New York, April 21. An lmportnnt
erusado against the free coinage of sil
ver will bo Inaugurated In tho metropo
lis this week. It will cover every sec
tion of the country, and It will not only
aim to give an expose of the fallacies
of the advocates of free silver, but will
also advance the ethics of sound
money. This movement, while It will bo
separate from tho Memphis convention,
will have tho same aim, and Its pur
poses will be to educate the public for
the money questions that are bound to
figure In tho presidential election next
year. A series of editorial articles
will appenr regularly In at least
u thousand newspnpers all over
tho country beginning this welt
attacking the free silver advocates.
The latter have become decidedly ag
gressive In the west, particularly In Illi
nois nnd Michigan, so that tho mono
tnetalllBtB of the metropolis believe that
a destructive rather than u constructive
campaign should be waged nt once.
Tho head and center of the metropolitan
movement Is the Reform club of New
York, which numbers among Its mem
bers nearly a thousand of the most rep
resentative men of the metropolis nnd
twice as many more who are scattered
all over the union. Tho club hns been
working quietly for aomo months past,
but now that all Indications point to a
presidential campaign next year In
which the leading Issue will be the free
coinage of silver they feel that an ag
gressive crusade Is necessary.
TROUBLE AMONQ MINERS.
Convention at Pltttburg Decide! to Hold
Oat for CO-Cnt lute.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 23. The miners'
Convention adjourned yesterday after
being In session all day. It wns expect
ed that the operators would agree to a
conference, but In this the miners
were disappointed. Tho attondanco
was much larger than Saturday, and
the river mines, which have been
working at the CD-cent rate, were well
represented. All the delegates from up
the river brought with them consider
able money, which was divided among
the Idle strikers. A resolution to hold
out for the 69-ocnt rate was Introduced
and according to the press committee
was carried unanimously. The con
vention then adjourned. It was sug
gested to one of the delegates that the
action of the convention was possibly
a mistake, when the delegate replied:
"We waited all day for n conferenco
with the operators and they thought
they would Ignore us. We will now
give them a chance to make good their
bluff of starting their mines ut the CO
cent rate. There are more men work
ing at the CD-cent rate than Is general
ly supposed, Wo might Just as well
starve In Idleness as In working."
Henry Kloorshelm says he will begin
operating the Nottingham mine, on tho
Wheeling division of the Hultlmore &
Ohio, this morning, and hns sixty men
ready to go to work. As the situation
now stands there probably will bo
trouble throughout the district and
plenty of work for deputy bherlffs.
SPAIN WILL PROTEST.
Cuban Itobels too Aftlio In the United
blnteH to Suit Her.
Madrid, April 21. At a conference be
tween the pi t-mler, Seller C.inovas Del
Castillo, nnd the minister of the colon
ies, Sfiior Caslellnno, the reception ac
corded Sunday last In New York lo
Carlos M. de Cespedes. son of the llrst
president of the Cuban provisional le
publle, who arrived there on the steam
er La Champagne from Havre, was dis
cussed nnd It was decided to call tho
attention of the United States, as a
friendly nation to the woik of the scp
aiatUtu within the United States.
Jacksonville, Kin., April 23. Mankel
do Martel, who was connected with tho
Lugondn when the yacht was seized at
Fcniamlliiu by United States authori
ties and found to be loaded with arms
for Cuba, has been In Jacksonville a
week, hiding at the home of Mr. ltau,
piesldent of the new Cuban club. A
moM!incnt Is on foot under Mnrtel's
guidance to send a filibustering expedi
tion from some point in Florida. It Ib
said that arms have already arrived
hecretly at Kcruandlnsi and that Martel
Is going to New Yolk to proeuie a ship.
Martel asserts that the Insurgent cause
is gaining strength every day. He said
the press report of Maceo's suicide wua
Missouri I.eglslntiiro Convenes.
Jefferson City, Mo April 21. The
(eglslaturo convened In extraordinary
esslon at noon In response to tho
proclamation Issued a few weeks ago
by Governor Stone, In which he exoo
rlnted the lobby and declared thut the
llmu had come when It should be defi
nitely determined whether the people
or tho lobby should rule In Missouri,
Cattle Common to prlme.$l,73 G6.G0
Hogs Spring grndos 3.25 5.30
Sheep Kulr to chulco.... 2.75 W&.00
Wheat No. 2 red 65VbU Mft
Corn No. 2 41 (p .45
Oats 28ViU .23
Itye No. 2 55
Uuttcr Choice croamery.. 7 0 .20
Kggs 11 Vj
Potatoes Per bu 63 G .73
Wheat-No. 2 C2HO .C2&
Corn No. 2 yellow DO Q .61
Dats-N'o. 1 white 34 if .35
Itye No. 2 CI
Corn No. 3 whtto 44
Oats No. 2 white 30
Wheat No. 2 rod 67
Corn No, 2
Oats No. 2
Wheat No, 2 spring
.CO 0 .COH
.43 0 .44
.29 0 ,30
Corn .no. 3
Dats No. 2 white. ..
a a t
Hyc No, 1 ,
Cattle 1.40 0 6.40
Hogs 4.70 0S.OS
Iheep 3.25 08.00
rVheat No. 2 red 61HO .Hi
pom No. S 61 Q .61H
ffkaat wo. , f ssj ,;
Bar Vfr. I BlM -. M
Mts Na. t nkte tlVt
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know ti,t .
Ilatcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine f
Do Yon, Know that opium and morphine, ore Btuixifylng narcotic iolsons f
Do Yon Know that In most countries druggists arc not jicrmlttcd to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons t
Do Yon Know that you should not permit any mcdlclno to bo given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed t
Do Yon Know that Castoria Is a purely TcgcUblo preparation, and that a list of
Its Ingredients Is published with crery bottle r
Do Yon Know that Castoria Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Titcber.
That It has been In uso for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria Is cow sold than
of all other remedies for children combined f
Do Yon Know that the Tatcnt Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, hsvo Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to uto tho word
" Castoria" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison ofTenfo t
Do Yon Know that ono of tho reasons for granting this government protection was
because Castoria had been proven to bo absolutely barmleasT
Do Yon Know that 35 average doses of Castoria aro furnished for 35
cents, or one cent a doso t
Do Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that you may havo unbroken rest t
Well, tbeae things are worth knowing. They are facts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Grecllnu lo My Old Put runs and
Having accepted tho farm aency for
tho OKI Continental Insurance Co., in
Wobfitor and adjoining- counties, am pro
parod to furnish liberal ami reliable in
surance, on thu most favorable tortus,
10-!5m J. II. Smith, Agent.
I am now ready to do all kinds or dress
malting. Prices reasonable. Three
blocks west of Miner's store Mrs. V. P.
lladloy. t f
Don't forgot that 1 am prepared to
cany passoiiKors to all parts of tho city.
Leavo orders at tho Holland Iloubo.
I'll AS. .M'ltAl'IMT.
Represents tho following compnuies.
See card in this paper. Farm property,
elevators, and all kinds of mercantile
Ilislts, insured in reliable companies at
For rates an terms write or call ami
see me. Olllco fiver Mizur'ri grocery
store, Ued Cloud, Neb.
Choico, sorted, yellow seed Corn for
sale by A. L. Hildroth, Cowles, Xol.; or,
O. C. Tcol, lied Cloud.
Uorearter William lfiuhiirdson will
feed all teams at the ratu of. 10 cents for
liny. Barn oast of Holland Hoiibu.
Go to Koby's for outs, ho has all you
Wo call your attention aud convince
you of the fact that joti get only l'J ozh
in a loaf of bread by not getting your
bread of mo. Vou will et one pound,
It! ozs in every loaf at the City liakury .
Jos. 1 1 1 . u i ii-1: 1 1 1 ; u .
II. 11. Fulton, lire and lightning: insur
ance, Western Whito Hronze, monti
nionts and ccmotery i;oods. Seed oats
and choico upland prairie hay. Olllco
with Traders Lumber Co.
J. V. Wegeuiann has re-opened his
photopruph Kullery since the lire, anil is
now netting out tho handsomest cabinet
pictures at f.'l.OO per dozen. Mr. Weo
maun does excellent work and his busi
ness is increasing rapidly. 12-tt
For salo or ront A livery and feed
barn. Apply to I J. J. Myers, Ued Cloud,
I You Want I'liilurc.
If so seo J. 13, Hines of Amboy, on tho
old Dull farm. Ku lining water and
plonty of Bhutto, Address lied Cloud
post olllce. . 10 'Jt
Miss Delia Stevens, of Uoston, Mass..
!Wril n. imvu Binujo m..v.v. ,wiu
hereditary Scrofula, for which I tried
imrimw rmnnilles. and mnnv rcllnblo
'physicians, butnono relieved mo. After!
?g lam now woll. I
um very grateiui
(to you, as I feel
mni iv saveu rno
from a life of untold asenv. and shall
-gltako pleasuro 1c speakinR only words
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The Webster county Sunday school
convention was held in Cowles April
lrl and 11), it was not as well attended
as in lS'JJ, but was pleasant nnd prof
itable to thoc Sunday school worker
who were pre.sint. The following sub
jeets were, ably discussed, viz: "Object
of Sunday school convention." "Model
superintendent." "'Authority for Suns
day schools." "Mumc, its character
and quantity-" "Who might lobe in
the Sunday school and how to get them
The following ollicers were elected
for the ensuing ycat: President, L.JT'.
Albright, lied Ciuud, icb. Vice presi
dent. Mrs Truman, Ued Cloud. Nebras
ka. Secretary. Mrs. Fawcet. Cowles
Nob, Treasutcr, .Mrs
coM.Mirrr.K ox pumiitAM.
V. II. Fiiln.ii. lied Cloud, Neb
Miss Chloe I'uller, (nwles, Neb.
MrsC. C Cox, Amboy, Nub. , ,
Mrs. Ida ll.ijes (itiido Hock. Neb.
W. A. Ungate. Prairie Gem. Neb.
J. S. White Keil Cloud, Neb.
0. A. Ilaiiis, Cowles, Neb.
1. Frisbie, Amboy, Neb
Miss Savage, Cowles. Neb.
It. B, Fulton, Hed Clntid, Neb.
Mits. Wi.vnutri. Secretary.
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Children love it. Sold by C. L. Cotting.
In ncconlanci! with the call of Com
mander Pond, tho Decoration Dny com
mittcu met in Ii in oH'icq last Monday
afternoon. The intorest in the occasion
was manifested by a good attendance.
O, C Bell was chairman. At this meet'
ing it was decided that llov, Mnsficld
of this city should bo invited to preaoh
the memorial sermon on Sunday pro
cccdmg Decoration Day at tho opera
house, and 13 ,T. O'Ncil of Pawcco City
will bo the speaker of thoday on Thurs
day the JiOth, which service will also be
hold at the opera house. V
L. P. Albright will Intro chargo of
tho music which insures its success. It,
1$. Fulton was appointed committee- on'
decorating graves. Tho ladies ortho W.
H. C. wrro appointed committee on
flowers with Messrs. Bell, Kiser and
Knight as assistants.
It. B. Fulton was soleotcd asjmnrslial
of tho day with power to select tmoh
aids as lie chose. v
Both tho S, of V. and jurcnile bands
of this city will bo invited to particii
pato in the exorcises.
All churches, all sociotics nnd all cit
izens of Itcd Cloud and vicinity aro
earnestly invited to attend tho memor
ial and Decoration Day exercises at
tho opera house, and to aid in any way
they can to mako the exercises a grand
success, and to surpass any thing of tfco
Tho D. of V'h, tl.o V. It. C. and S. of
V, will all assist in mnking this a day
long to bo remembered by tho friends
of our heroes,
Tho day will probably bo closed with
an entertainment at tho opora house by
the W. It. C. befitting thoday, musical,
htcrory, etc Of that you will boar
"Orange Blossom" la a palnle cor
far all diseases peonlier to woman. Soli
by O. L. Cotting,
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