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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 15.
2hAar gari t - i i .
For Twenty Years
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whole world. There is no secret about its ingredients.
because they know what great nourishing and burativo prop
erties it contains. Thoy know it is what it is represented
to be ; namely, a perfect emulsion of tho beat Norway Cod
lirer Oil with the hypophosphitcs of limo and soda.
Per Oetgki, Ooldi, Bore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Ooniump
tWlewfals.Aiiamia, Weak Babies, Thin Children, Blckets, Mar
aemis, Less of Flssh, General Debility, and all conditions of Wasting.
The only genuine Scott's Emulsion is put in salmon
celorti wrapper. Refuse inferior substitutes I
Stnderfamfhltt n Sati'i Emulsion. FREE.
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Chicago Lumber Yard
RID CLOUD, NSI.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
Tie to lilt My Tnli,
a twenty page journal, is lb loading Republican family papsr of ths Unitel
BUUe. It it a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and sires all ths general nsws ol
the Unttsd Btatss. II glres the svsnts of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its "AG
RICULTURAL" department has ne superior in the country. Its "MARKET
JtBPORTS" are recognised authority. Separate departments for "THE PAMI-
Z&S'UT VIKUUli," "UUH lUUflU jrUaJKB," SBU "BUlUNUSi ana MAjnAmU.'
Its MUfYMK anil OnnlT'.TV" mlnmni raimninil (ha ailnlratlnn nf talffaa anil
Ma . daughter. Its general political news, editorials and dlsoussiohs are comprehen-
sits, brilllaat and szhsustire.
. A SPECIAL CONTRACT enablee us
ONE YEAR FOR
CASH IN ADVANCE.
(Ths regular sucscriptioa fsr ths tw papers is 12.00.)
SUCSSHlPTIOJf mat axsiif at ant time.
Address all erdsrs to XHE CHIEF. lied Cloud, Nebraska.
Writa yaar aaa.a aael aelelress aa a aasuil card, scad It to Go.
W. Best, Kaaaa 9, Trlaaaa aildtag, New York, aad saaiale
97 mt THE ifBW YaM WEEKLY TRIBUNE will
IslheOlttrlet Court ef Wenter Cuntjr, Ne
braska. Is tke natter of the estate of )
Sara a. Hepklni. V
aa laeoaeetenl peraon. )
Order to Show Cause.
Notice Is hereby given te all persons Intrr
eeted In the estate ot Sarah A. Hopkins, aa ln
esspteet peraon. that BenJiUBln C Hopkins,
the committee ot her person aad estate, did, on
tneasut dav ef September, lien, file his peti
tion la the district court of Webster county,
fivnraiiH. praying lor license 10 sen mo ronow
lev descrirod real estate, to-wlt: The north
half (nit) of the northeast quarter (neX) of
faction three (3), town two (2), north ranee ten
ttOi, west of the 6th 1. M.. Webster county,
Nebraska, and It annanrlnir to tharnurt that It
will, be to the best Interest ot said Sarah A.
Hopkins, and all persons Interested therein,
that the land above described be sold. It Is
therefore ordered that all persons Interested In
aald estate appear before me at the court-house
In Hastings, Nebraska, on the th day ot No
vember, IIW. te show cause why a license
should, not be muted to said committee to
fell aald real estate as above described. It Is
farther ordered that said petitioner give notice
to all persons Inures ted (a said estate ot the
pendency of the petition, and the time and
place eel tor bearing the same, by causing
copy of thta order to be published In the lUd
Cloud Chief, a newspaper published In Red
Weed, Webster county, Nebraska, for four
weekt successively, previous to the day set for
Dated thlsMth day ol September, 188.
rain H, Bkai.t
Judge of District Court.
QR, J. 8. EMH1H,
Bio Cloud, . Nebraska.
Over Taylor' romltvre Store.
Extracts teeth without pain.
Crown and bridge work a specialty,
foreelain Inlay, and all kinds ot gold fillings,'
Makes gold and rubber platee and combination
work guaranteed to be Sreu-lass.
German Insurance Co., Freeport, 111.
Royal lusuiance Co., Liverpool, (England.
Home Fire Insurance Co., of Omaha, Nebr.
Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, Kng.
Te Manchester Fire Assaranoe Co. of angUnd.
British America Assurance Co. Toronto, Can.
Mutaal Keeerve Fund life Aasu.ot N. Y.
The Workman Building aud Loan Association
of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Offios over Miser's Store.
Rao Cloud, Nbbrajk.
ism Avbnue, Rrd Cloud, Haaiisci.
Virst-elass barbers and flrst-olaaa work
r.V- Taasarlal Artist,
td Doer South or Caler OBce.
First clsss bsrbering done with neat
boss and dispatch. Your patronage
W. TULLEY8, M. D.
Bed Cloud, Nebraska
OSco First National opposite Bank.
Uhrenle diseases treated he mall
"NA8K A MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
CoUsotioos promptly attended to, aad
im w sss amamaajsywsjnojsajs.
r the War let
Far Trill .
to offer this splendid jouraal sad TIM
For timekeeping and durability nothing
beats the sevonteon jewelod
Deubkr Hampden Watch.
and examine thorn. Also his line of
Plated and solid silverware, aonvenlr spoons,
nearl bandied knlvos end forks, carvlnir ata-
calling; card cases, bou ben boxes and other
novelties. A One line ot spectacles and eye
glasses with Interchangable lenses, steel, nickel
silver and gold frames. Hpeclal and careful at
tentlon paid to fitting the eye. Mr line ot tad
hand watches la quite large. I will run them ofl
at less than their actual worth.
T-tiringyourwaton.ciocK and jewelry re
pair work, your engraving and your old gold
and silver tome,
Notice to Teacners.
Notice is hereby given that 1 will
sxamino all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teaohors ofthe publio sohools of this
county, at Red Gloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Speoul examinations will be hold
on ths Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of eaoh month.
The stsnding desired for 2d and
3d grade certificates is the same no
grade below 70 par oent., average 80
per eent; for first grade certificate
no grads below 80 per oent., average
90 per cent, in all branohes required
D. M. HoNTiR.flnunty Supt.
I OBTAIN A FA TINTS
epswar ana an nontst opinion, write to
St On., who haTa had nwltaht iiu.1
MperienM la ths patent bailncM. femmunlja.
Moos strictly eonfldsntlsj. AllMdVeaSof Id.
r' oHnraininiinn ana now la OD
i ihsn stnt fr. Also e emulofue or rnschsa
"23 JKsh. wWJz.bl2rthe. pubiTowRh.
oet east to ths Invent
S a a ma inventor, this splendie paper,
SSf."'!!" ? ? egantly lllaatnted. has by Clhe
lOS. IIB eanta. Kra
piataa, in ooiert, asa toounha of nw
Sow Boy Criminals Are Punished by
Thrashing In England.
Boys who nro found guilty of minor
offenBOs in Englaud nro soutenced by the
judges to a Houud thriiahing at tho hands
of the policemnn. Horo is a doscriptiou
of it taken from an English paper :
Tho birch is a very different Instru
ment of tortnro from tho oat Tho for
mer is inado np of n nnmbor of long
birch twigs, whilo tho latter is really a
whip with nine knotted small cord
lashes. When the cat is administered,
the prison doctor must bo present, but
when tho birch is put on it is only nec
essary for tho inspector or'superintend
ent of police to witness it, although thrj
parents or near relatives of a boy sen
tenced to bo flogged may bo present at
the coatlgatlon. When a dose of tho cat
Is dealt out, none but thoso connected
with the prison nro allowod to bo there.
Like the cat tho birch may bo made a
very sovere punishment or a compara
tively trivial affair, not merely accord
ing to tho number of strokes, bnt from
the instructions given the constable who
is told off to do the flogging. I bavo
seen a boy after six strokes resemble
nothing so much as a pieoe of raw beef
and bleeding fearfully, while I havo
also seen a boy after six strokes moroly
a trifle rod.
Borne policemen dread the duty of
flogging, and after tho first two strokes
get a sharp order to "hit the boy and
not play with him." Other constables
delight in tho work and boast of their
ability to draw blood at tho first stroke.
Various modes of administering the
punishment obtain in different parts of
the country. In some places boys are
plaoed fsce downward on a form. One
constable holds his arms and head firm
ly, while another doe. him the same
service with his legs, and the third ad
ministers 'the punishment.
In other prisons tho culprit is plaood
on a constable's back, and as ho sits
there with his arms around the offlcor'a
neck, awaiting "tho event," his attitude
strikes a spectator more as one of.affoo
tlon th.m discomfort. Another way )s to
compel a boy to loan over 'a chair as if
he were praying, then run a strap right
aroand his legs and the legs of tho chair,
a constable holding his head and arms
from the otner side. Brooklyn Eaglo.
THROUGH OTHER EYE3.
tiU at Harvard College Vrosa tho English
Folmt of View.
She student life of America is emi
nently an American institution. It has
grown np in an eMeoinpoaed ot native
manneis and Cereigm influence-, which
losm an ossontifay bow ysedaet. It is a
good deal raaro eOmplexat Its crgjuafaa
ma tfaon aayatatg known an the JaU er
tho Cam. Baere la mpre details ta It,
and waseu0y ls krotasn ol attest
Vie ttstresalisy osganiaaflcnis are la
nnawoable. lien are banded tejfether in
oollege clubs for every cenoelvablo pur
pose of study or amusement. Their bond
of union may be their attempt to talk
Greek wi,th tho accent of modern Attica,
or it may be only a passion for doini
nos, but it has all the notes of institu
tion in its machinery of committee,
prosidont and secretaries. Great variety
of life eomesfrom thotilfferencee in for
tune among the students, but of late
years there has boon n laudable attempt
on tho part of the uniyertAy aid. college
authorities to fhtroduuo a more uniform
eimfjlictty. Plain living is tho cry, and
with 'this secured it is believed tho
thinking will tn.Ro coxo of itself.
At harvard souie timo ago Professor
Palmer tried to discover how far tlio liv
ing had doparted from the philosophio
standard by asking somo hpndrods of
students for a return of thoir annutol ox-
Kdltnre. The answoxa showed that
Tftrd at least hod nothing to bo
ashamed of. Many of tho students, less
than a fourth, spent less thou 180 a
year; seme less than 100. The average
probably did not amount to tjhe $00 a
year which the professor regards as an
entirely adequate allowance for both
ease and renflement Yale is less costly
than Harvard, so these institutions at
least are not open to the reproach that
they have introduced tho millionajro in
to American university life, London
Tho Duko of York's Baby.
There is a report that tho Duko of
York's baby is deaf and dumb, bnt ev
erybody will hope that it is not true,
and that tho royal suckling will talk and
hear as well as anybody when tho time
comes. 'If not, the disability will not be
without its alleviations. Only a few ot
his line havo said anything good or
heard anything good of theinsolves in
six generations. One of his succession
earned this epitaph, which ho may de
serve whether he talks or not:
Here Ilea Frlnoe Frod,
Who was alive and Is dead.
Bad it been his father
1 bad much rather.
Bad It been his brother
Sooner than the other.
Bad It been ha sister
There's so one would have missed her,
Bad It been his wholo generation
All the betler for the nation.
But as It's only Frod,
Who was alive and is dead,
There la nothing to be aald.
New York Tribune.
A Trick of the Knatecaan.
During a visit to Montana a promi
nent Chicago gontleman went with a
party just starting for a grand "hunt
(or big game in the Yellowstone re
gion." He remarked to the leader,
"You cannot hunt in Yellowstone
park." "Oh, no," said the leader. "We
gp outside tke limit of the park, and if
the game won't come to use wo know
how to manage to make it come. " Such
excursions are not uncommon, and it
will not be strange it hungry Indians
should occasionally imitate their white
brethren. Chicago Inter Ocean.
Voo Douse For Him,
Stage VillainAha I The plot thlok-
Distrastod AtirlitnrT1ian T'm aSI
Can't make head or tail ot it now, aad
1'U never see through it if it gets tua
The HlaoR in roy garden Wow.
Wide meadows ring my garden ronnd.
In that grcon wood wild violets grow
And palo frail ouokoo flowers are found.
For all yon boo and nil you hear
Tho city might bo miles away,
Ana yet you reel trie city near
Through all tho quiot of the day.
Bweet smpls tho earth, now washed with rein.
Wet loaves glenm in tlie Moonlight pale,
And In tho wood behind the lano
I hear tho hidden nightingale.
Though field nnd wood about rpo He,
Soft huahod In dewy deop, delight,
Tot I can hear the olty sigh
Through all the sllonoe of the night.
For mo tho skylark nests and sings',
For me tho vino her garland weaves
Tho swallow folds het glossy wings
To'bulld benoatl) my cottage eaves.
But I Can feel tho giant neat,
Con hoar all day his sad slaves weep,
And when at last the night Is hero
I hoar him moving in his sleep.
Ob, for a llttlo space of ground,
Though novcr n flower should make it gay,
Whero miles of moadow lapped mo round
And leagues and leagues of silence lay I
Oh, for a wind lashed, treeloss down,
A blaok night and a lonoly way,
A silence deep enough to drown
The Voice that mocks me night and day I
-New York Tribune.
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And Perfect In Their Action,
Never fail to relievo Dyspepsia,
Constipation, and Headache.
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shi nnd headache, with which
complaints I was so long troubled
that neither tlio doctor nor my
self supposed I should over uo
well again. Through tho iibo of
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A. Uaskill, Versailles, 111.
"I havo used Ayer's Tills for
35 years as n cathartic in liver
complaint, nnd always with ex
tremely benellclal effect, never
having had need of other medi
cine. I also give Ayer's Tills to
my children, when they require
an aperient, nnd tho result is al
ways most satisfactory." A.
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"Having been severely afflicted
with costiveness, I was induced
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eillltlSTIAN Churcli-Scrvlces Sim.lavnt lo:3
'am and 7:30 p m: Sunilrty school Htli noon
Y rsCI! Rtfl:3Ciuii uudY V OK Juniors at
CON'UHKUATIONA'., Ohurch-Sorvlces at 10:
30 am, nnd 7:30 p m: Sunday school at 11:30
a in, Y r S O E at 0:50 p m and V V 8 O B Jun
lorn at 4 p m.
MKIlIODlVl'Cliurch-t'lass Meeting at 10 at
m. Services at 10:30 a. in. and 7:80 p. m.
Hundny-school nt 11:30 a. m. Junior I.eaitoe a.
p.m. Kpworth League at 6:30 p, m. Prayer
Meeting every Wednesday nlflht. l'arsonago
Orst deor north ot the church.
r APTI8T Church-rreaohlng at 10:30 a. m.
- and 8 p. m. Sunday-school at 13 m.
Yonug 1'enple's Meeting at 8 p. m. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday at 6 p. m. O. H. Welden,
EPISCOPAL Churoh-Servlces every two
weeks, hy appointment.
LUTHERAN Church-Every third Sunday
aiornlng at lo o'clock.
fiATHOLiaciiurch Services every alternate
v HimdayatlO-sOa. ns. Himday-school after
monlmt services. t.. J. Harrington.
UAPKI-Sundayschoolat3p m every Hun-
O U W Each alternate Tuesday evening.
OF H Ited (Jloiiu l.de Nit. . a .lUlf.
meets everv alternate Tuoidav evening tn A
O U W hall. All are Invited to nitend.
BBN Adhem Lodge No ISO; IO O Feverv lion
CALANTHK Lodge No 29, Knights of Pythias
FO Cloud Lodge No COS. Modern Woodmen
ot America, mtarnme veinemiav evening
VALLEY Lodiie No ft, Fraternal Order of Pro
tectors, first and third Monday ot each
CHA1UTY Lodge No 63 A F and A M each
Friday evening on or before the full moon.
ED Cloud Chapter No 19, R A M alternate
CYRENE Commandery No 14 alternate Thurs
dsy evening. '
CBARITY Chapter Eastern Star No 47 meets
first Friday evening after full moon. Mrs.
Brewer W. M.
GARFIELD Post No 80 O A H Monday even-
Ing on or before the full moon.
ARFIELD W R O No u meets alternate Sat-
MARY 8ERRS McIIENUY Tent No 11 Dangle
era of Veterans Monday evening.
HH KALEY Camp No 23, H of V Tuesday eve
nlng. CHERMAN Clrole No 3, ladles of the G A It
u first and third Saturday evening.
RED GLOUD Council No 18 LoyalMystlo Leg
ion ot America Orst and third Friday eve-
St CkUanlcr'. Eaallth Dlaaaaa Rraaa.
Orlataal aad Oat flcaalaa.
art, alwtri rtlltbU. itiiia uk
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mj araiM la hm u iyna i
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E works a permanent cure. 2
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SAY, LADIES !
All the latest patterns.
MRS. J. A.
Red Cloud Produce
Beg leavo te announce that thoy are In tho field for tbt season ot
1805 96 prepared in ovory particular to
. . . PAY THE . . .
Hint In Price i CASH I
For all Farm Produce, Poulty, Game, Hides,
Wo also havo tor salt a full supply ot
Flour and Feed
Which we offer at the Very Lowest Living
Buying for Spot Cash and sailing for Spot Cash enables us to male prices tha
our competitors who buy on cradit and sell on credit canaot begin to touch
We are vary thankful to thoso who have given ua their patera age during thi
past three years, and hone by.falr dealing, low prices and good equalities tc
merit and receire a continuance ef the same.
Red Cloud Produce Co.
Owing to tlio hard times I hnye decided to close
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omy,0fQ.Qlc of , ...
A -.-. A'Ual'iea 111
I Clll JL d JKj 1
And will cnify;Moaflifido
Which I will hnndle on a close margin. Highest market
prices paid for butter and eggs, poultry and game
Call on me when you want bargain.
G. A. HARRIS,
Bright's l isease
Is tho most dangerous of all kidney ZZ
diseases. Pains in the back, irreg- s
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the limbs or abdomen are the first 2
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Do you know that I tave a fine
display of new hats which I am
Very Cheap for Cash.
Moon Block, Red Gloud.
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