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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1895)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUG. 9, 1895.
Acts like a poultice, drawing
out fever and pain, and rcinvie
orating the entire Female Sys
tern. It removes all obstructions
andcrcates a healthy, natural
flow of all secretions.
It is the one natural cure for
female troubles, because it its
applied right to the diseased
parts. Don't take internal rem
edies for Female weakness, com
mon sense requires a direct ap
plication for immediate relief
and permanent cure.
'Orange Blossom" is a sure,
painless cure for falling and
dropsy of the womb, profuse,
difficult, irregular menses, lcu
corrhcea, ulceration, tumors,
sick headache, constipation, sal
"Orange Blossom" is apastile
.easily U3cd at any time. Evey
lady can treat herself with it.
Mailed to any address on re
ceipt of $i. Dr. J. A. McGill&Co.
4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
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ABE YOU THIN?
Flesh Hindu Willi Tntnncure Tablet by a n-lcn-tlllo
proem. Tlioy croato perfect assimilation
rr every form uf food, secrelinK Hi tiilttahle
purls uwl illst-iirillnK tht worthies. They innko
thin fiii-M pliiinn anil round mil ihu (Inure.
They nro tho tuulanl remedy for b-niiurss,
c iiiUlnlni no arsenic, and ulnoliitoly liarinles.
1'ric, prepaid, it per box, u for $3,
.'amplilctVIIOW TO OBT FAT."freo.
The 'riiliiacure Co., W9 Broadway, N. Y.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT V For a
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tlnnaalrirtlv mnflnnnttal. A linniflhAnLt nf In.
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leal and sclenllflo books loot free.
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copies, .Ja cents. Krery number contain! beau
tlful plains, in colors, and Photogrsphs of new
bouse, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
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Notice to Teacher.
Notioa 1b hereby gircn that 1 will
examine all pontons who may desire
to offer thomsclvcs us candidate' for
toaohors ofthe publio boIiOoIh of this
eouaty, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Special examinations will be hold
on the Friday proooeding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and
3d prado certificates is the same no
grade bolow 70 per oont., average 80
per cent; for first grado ccrtiOoato
no grado below 80 por cent., average
90 per oont. in all branohos required
D. M. IIuntip.. County Supt.
Camp Sherman, HnMlng, iVcb ,
Aug. ii ton I.
The local reunion cotnmlUoo at
Hastiiips. and pcoplo generally, aro
busy makine preparations for tho
greatest gathering of old soldiers and
citizens ever assembled togother on
iMobraska soil. It will bo a gala week
in Hastings, and a royal welcome
awaits cverv old ioldlrr and citizen in
Tim vMi-ranK of the KmaaH-Nclirni.
Ih AMMfial'mi promiso to txucl tn
iiiimliiTK tho niteinliiiico of nnr pre
vimis g-lhortng. Fully 50,000 oiti
ztins or Kansas will join tn this grand
IM.- Vt .1 . . i t. .. .
ii' iijiiMHtu Mt id union, embr.io
ii g over 000 uniformed men, will hold
their annual reunion on tho same
dates. Thcro will bo music galore.
Hani contest on Saturday morning
Two pash prizes, $75 first; $50 see
ond. Free for nil. Hands expoeting
o eii'er mul report t headquarters
N lir.tr.Lti:. excellent Nutional
GniiiiN itrti ry, cavalry und artil.
it r iih itrLMi orUernu into camp at
I ( !lt I It I'M illliintr llm r.,nr.;,.., ..f .1..
O .... it iiii.uu if, mi.
Thu local committee has co. traded
with one of tho largcut manufacturers
o' firo works in tho United States for
a Bpcoial display of firo works on Moo
day and Friday evenings. Signal
shells, fired from mortars, and hand
omo sot pioecs sucircstivo of tho oo-
casion will bo one of tho oharming
teaiurcs or the woek'n program.
Sham battlo Friday undor com
mand of Orn. Jno, M. Thayer and
Gun. C. J, Dilwoith will arouso old
tiuio activity and admiration.
Thoro will bo G.ttling gun practice
daily by tho Omaha Guard, and artil-
Inry duel, cavalry duol, and fancy
drill work by tho National Guard.
Tho cit zens of Hastings are pre
paring accommodations for a quarter
('amp Sherman will bo turned over
to Department Commander Adams at
2 p. m. Monday, when hostilities will
commence In earnest.
Six baloon ascensions and paraohute
drops by ono of the loading aeronauts
of the country.
Prominent among tho speakers Irom
Kans'ic, will bo Ex-Senator John J.
Ingalls, Gov. Morrill, Bernard Kolly,
and D. It. Authonv.
Tho Nobrabka Congressional dele
gation, Ex Dopt. Commanders of the
G, A. It. will also bo prcsont. ond
other prominent spoakors.
openiiil rciiiiopd rates and exoursion
trait s from all points, .
Children Cry for
ONLY ONE ITS OF KIND.
iJhvriil Campaign OiTcr Made
by the Omaha Dally News-
The Omaha Daily Nows-flopublio is
tho only straight republican daily
nowspaper published in tho metropo
lis of Nebraska. It has boon endors
ed b tho leading republican clubs in
Omaha and Douglas county, and com
mended for its loyalty to tho party in
municipal county and stato campaigns.
The Daily No ws-Ko publio iB no
campaign sheet. The News was cstab
ltphcd in Maroh, 1894, tho Republio
in Ootobor of tho same year, and the
two were combined in the following
Dcccmbor. It has eight pages and is
published every day, Sunday oxoeptcd.
It contains all the lelographio nowa in
the most rcadablo form, and has a
laigo corps of correspondents in Neb
raska towns. It is cditod by experi
enced newspaper men, and they are
straight republicans to a man.
Par timokeoping and durability nothing
Doats mo seventeen jeweieu
Dkuiikk Hampden Watch.
and examine them. Also hia lino ot
IMatort and solid ullverware, sonvenlr spoons,
iai handled knlvcti and forks, cunltiK sets,
railing card cm Ikii bon boxes and other
noTcUle. A tlno line ot spectacle and eye
iilasspt wllb IntercliaiiKUblo lotuei.Meel.nloket
hUver and unid frames, Hpeclal und careful at
teiillon paid to llttltiK the ec. Mr line ot 2nd
liand watclics la quite large. I will nin them off
ntless than their actual worth.
ESr-JluiiB your watch, clock and Jewelry re
(itiln work, your eiiKrariuft and your old gold
and sliver to me,
tho coming campaign, tho following
liberal oiler is mado: For ono dollar
paid in advanco tho Daily Nows-Itc-rublio
will bo sont to any address
post p tid from now until November 9.
Maku all remittances payablo and
addrcHH all rou)iuunioi.tioiiR to
OiiAiiA Daily Nkws Rkpuiimo,
When Sabjr was slcV, we gave her Castorta.
When she waa a Child, sho cried for Castorta.
When the became Miss, sho clung to Castorta.
Whan she bad Children, she gave them Castorta,
Palpitation of the Heart
Shortness of Breath, Swelling
ot Legs and Feet.
i VFr about four ycara I was troub
led with palpitation of tho heart,
shortness of breath and swelling of
tho legs and feet. At times I would
faint. I was treated by tho best phy
sicians In Savannah, Ga., with no ro-
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also his Nerve and Liver Pills.- ,l7fcr
vctnnmun tn tula . w a, i.n.-r t
continued taking them and I am now
In better liealth than for many years,
blnco my recovery I havo gained fifty
pounds In wnltrlit. T Imtv. tt.iu i.int.'
ment may bo of valuo to boiuo poor
E. I). 8DTTON, Ways Btatlon, Ga.
Dr. Miles Heart Cnro in Bold on a nositlra
Ruarantco that tho llrst tv.tt i -in Tln.
Allrtrnngfsts sell It at II. 0 bottles forIC, or
v mis vn nuius oiuuicai kjo
p,NFi,K.AhI'aiA Fur?d bT n.r- ""' Pain
riLLS. "Ono cent a iIotc." At nil drumlsta.
Ordinance No. 02.
Annual appropriation ordinanco for
tho municipal year commencing Mny 1,
1895, and ending May 1, 189G.
Be it ordainod by tho Mavor nnd Citv
Council of tho city of Rod Cloud, Ne-
Soo 1. That the followina Bums bo
appropriated to tho following purposoe:
ior BiclewnlkB and etreets, in
uddition to the poll tax 8 1240 00
For coal 1000 00
For maintainanuo ot the poor. . 200 00
For repairs of water system .... 201 00
For official salaries G70 00
For inoidontale. stationery, &c. . ICG 00
For paymont ot bills of preced
ing year, for which no war
rants havo beon drawn 300 45
For wntor commissioner, ongin
co:, and labor on tho mains
and water system C9C 00
Tho bills ot lust your referred to aro
thoHO incurred for uiuintainanco of poor
and the salary ot enginoor.
Sec. 2. Said sums shall bo appropria
ted out of tho following funds:
Tho salary ot wator commissionor, en
ginoor, nnd oxpundituroB for repairs of
system und muine, shall bo paid out of
tho wator rents and charges. Tho residue
of said fund it nny elmll bo used for
purclmeo of coal.
Expenditures for streets und Bidownlks
shall bo paid n.il ot tho occupation tax,
nnd tho rosiduo of said fund ahull bo
used for tho payment ot coul bills, in
cluding drajoge nnd freight charges for
Ollloinl snlarloB, maintonanco of poor,
payment of loBt year's bills provided in
section one, und incidentals shall be
paid ont ot tho conoral fund. Enouah
warrants ehnll bo drawn on tho genoral
fund to pay any rcslduo of coal ohargoB
not paid out of occupation and wator
Intorcst on bonds Bhall bo paid out of
their rwpectlvo bond lovies.
Sec. 3. Any moneys that may bo
paid to tho treasurer from tho lovies of
provious years, after tho warrants of
thoso years havo boon paid, and any
monoys or funds not otherwise appro
priated by this ordinonco. Bhall bo ap
propriated for tho payment ot outstand
ing accounts for which no warrants havo
beon drawn other than those montionod
in Boctlon ono.
Soo. i. The eoreral funds with tho
nraounts appropriated aro as follows ex
cepting lntorost, funds and dobts:
Wntor ronta estimated 8 000 00
Appropriated for salaries of en
gineer and commissioner 000 00
Coal "01 00
Occupation tax realized 1000 00
Appropriated for utroots and
sidowallcB , 240 00
tics desiring reliable campaign news For outstanding.'.'..'.'.' ! ! !!!!!!! 200 85
should read it. r Coal. 405 15
Tho subscription prioo of tho Daily
Nows-Republio is $5 00 por annum.
ii w mnii rtnatrtntJ T n.La tl..i 2t
may be placed within the reach of WJ:;;;;r"-r' ffl ffi
General Pnnd ftTi nnr nnnt nt tlm
lovy 1C87 ao
Appropriated for official salaries 070 00
Maintonanco of poor 200 00
every republican in Nebraska during Coal?! ".?! ", :V.::':.':.:'"' 300 85
Sec. 5. Thin nrcllnnnnn nhnll tnlra
effoot immediately ntter its final paseago
W. F. Wkst, M. ft. Bentlkv,
To Whom It May Cnccrn s
All periom nro hereby warned not to buy
nor nejrotlatH three iirnmmory notei, ultenby
tne iiiuU'riIkiipiI to Wanli-r, ititslinull, Olcssner
Co., fnr t.'lmtni'loii bltiiler. Ono tli.e Cotoher
is:, iiw, iorrjo.uu;
one due October 1st, IftM,
r tat, isut, rur iju.i
tor cause. .
JNO. 11, EaHNBB
aotwtvf wvavwt wiiumiiv r.tsfi- inw
(or 130 uo; out) due October 1st, 1807, for 830.0C,
ivr a ttiii uuv yaj uo siuur iur chuxv
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