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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, J A.N. 17, 18SXJ.
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Liver and Kidney
Ato manifested by BACKACHE, RHEU
MATISM, LOSS OF APPETITE, FOUL
TONGUE, BAD BREATH, WEAKNESS,
LOSS OF ENERGY and CHRONIC
CATARRH OF THE THROAT.
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
or chronic LIVER,
Is tho remedy you need, of equal servico in all mild
KIDNEY and FEMALE TROUBLES.
For onto eyorywhoro at $1.00 per bottlo.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ODlN AM) i:.MS.
sworn c:b:ulatioh 1,300.
A. C. Hosmkii, IMItor.
I.uiov I AIT, AHt lx'iil IMItnr.
F Till-: HON TOiVS
pu:, orii:i2. 1
Rr.ii Ci.oi n, Xi 1.., .Ian. 17. 1S!K!
Tho following ih ,'1" weather
forecast u for tliu next "Jl hours:
J,l!ilit Itilln r .NlloiV.
F. W. Ciiwm-N, Local MtituiKr.
Nori. These forecasts will be dis
plajed daily in every puBiotllco in W b-county.
Cliff Pope wH 111 the city Huh week.
CIihb. Siihailnit iB luiiuii fioin Texas.
A. O. Berg was down from Hustings
Reed HcfcBO returned ftotn the oust
Geo. Morhurt ih homo from his visit
Ed Bullow, lovenuo agent, wub in Bed
Cloud tliiu week.
X. W. Kingslund wub up from Bcntrico
tho lirstof the week.
Fri-d Plunili of (iiiido iSosk wub in tho.
city thia week on business.
Gilbert VuiiDjke, bhii of Undo Win.
VunDjko, departed thia lifo on Monday
Ed Smith leTt this week Tor Suit Lake,
Utah, where ho Ihib u remunerative po
sition. Mr. and Mrs. CM. Connors of HoBt
w:ck wero visiting in the city tho foro
port of tho week
Nov. Hummel's meetings at Bladen
Btill continue po successful that ho will
hold them another week.
Ed. U. Hallow, deputy rovenuo colleo
tor, was in tho city Wednesday on 1hb
regulnr tour of inspection.
Thos. Penman, tho jowelor, has been
appointed B. A M. inspector of watches
Bt this pluco. A good appointmont.
Pnul Story, who linn been in Califor
nia for Bomo timo, is now Blinking hands
with old friends in thin city this weok.
Mrs. Addio Liggett hna roturned to
homo in Hebron, after a iiloasant visit
with her friouds and rolutivoa in this
Tho littlo child or Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M.
Pottor, which has boon quite sick with
inflnmntion of tho bowels, is slowly re
covering. Don't forget tho bund fair next weok.
An excollont program will bo ronderod
each evening. Admission will be froo
Mrs. Lillie Millor of Grand IbIiuhI,
dauglitor of Mr. and Mis. D. Moirison,
is visiting her parents and other rela
tives in'this city and county.
1'ilcB of people have pile", but DoWltt's
"Witch IlRzal Salve will euro them. When
promptly up pi led U euro scalds nnd
burns without the slightest pain. O. h.
S. K. Cozud and family, who huvo
livod bore for ten years, havo moved to
Lincoln, wboro Mr.C. litis chargo of tho
WbnnW & Wilson sowing mncliino of-
flco. They left Tuesday.
Geo. and Honry Nowhouso havo opon
od a jowolry anil optical Btoro in their
fathor'a store room and invito your in
spection of thoir goods. Goorgo is a
graduate optician and u lino workman.
If in need of any thing in thoir lino give
the boys u call. See their display udvor
tiBomont in another column.
Wm. Sterner died at bis home in the
eouth part of tho city Monday morning,
at 11 o'clock. Decensod was born in
theyoar 1817; cuiue to Nebraska in '09.
The funeral sermon was preached by the
M. B. pastor on Tuesday afternoon.
Mm. Sterner will make bor home in
Oberlin, Kansas, with her daughtor,
Mrs. K. Skeen will visit in tho citv
A good shuvo at Hutehison Hiatt'H
Tho family of G. F. Stapletoit left for
Mrs. Thos. Penman is visiting in
Cowles this week.
Mrs. Boone is visiting in Kansas this
week with her brother.
For a lino liair tonic call on Hutchin
son A- lliatt. tho barbers.
Hon.J.S. (iilhuni is in Donvor this
weok on piofessional business.
Dr. liobiiiHon of Guide Hock was in
tho city Thursday on business.
Col. E. E. Hurr of Guide Bock was in
tho city this weok on business.
A. I). Greon of Itepublican City, was
in lid Cloud on business today.
Frank Goblo of Bod Cloud wus in tho
city yesterday. Superior .Jounutl.
Try a can of llopkinoSteained Hominy
(Hulled Corn). It is delicious. Full
Geo. Liiudeey goes to Cripple Creek
this week to see if there is aoy "froo
gold" in eight.
You can buy n typewriter at this oflico
nt reasonable figures. See us beforo
.Iiio. R. Willcox ami family departed
last Monday for Florida, whcio they will
resido in tho future
Mrs. B. M. Grico is visiting in tho
country this week with her daughter
Mrs. John llutledge.
John Boesch left this vnlo of tears for
Texas this weok, owing tho Great Fami
ly Weekly somowhnt.
Frank Buschow, P. Morton, Mr. StolT
regen and C. L. Popo of Blue Hill woro
in Ked Cloud this week.
Mrs, H. C. Sautter of South Omaha,
Xeb , is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Ben Ludlow, this weok.
Leo Campbell, of Batin township, is
ono man in Webster county who would
rather farm than havo an oflico.
Tho Bed Cloud Ciur.rhaB just started
its '21th year, as frisky as Hector's
I have 910,000 per month to loan on
good improved or uuimproved lauds in
Adami, Webster, Koarnuy and Franklin
countiuB in Nebraska, and Smith nnd
Jewell countiia in Kunnas. If you wish
to raako a loan don't fail to call or writo,
AddroBS, D, J. Mvi.its, Ked Cloud, Neb.
pup. AdnuiB County Democrat.
On and aftor Nov. 1, 1895, oil is 20 eta
per gnllon or five gallons fr 90 cts. from
tank lino. John F. Jehskn, Prop.
John Aultz, our olllcient water com
missioner, has invented n now fuel
culled ''grussolino." John is nil right.
A woury travoling tourist of tho print
ing persuasion wub this way this week,
footsore and alone, trying to get a squuro
O. C. Bell of Red Cloud is in the city
and will install tho ollicors elect ofValloy
Lodco 87, 1. O. O, F. tonight. Suporior
Mrs. V. M. Visschor of Holyoke, Col.,
is in the city this wepk, attending the
funoral of her futhor, Win. Sterner, who
died Monday in this city.
Gaylord Wright and family roturned
homo Tuesday night from an oxtonded
visit to relatives anil trienus in Kotl
Cloud and Edgar. Wilcox Horald.
Tho Gulliford children, Muttio and
Ellis, aro getting bettor slowly. This
family lias had u serious siege of ty
phoid fever during tho lust few months.
M. C. Gordon, whe has lived in this
vicinity for a number of years, baa
moved to Kenuey, HI., Inn old homo,
where ho will run u farm in tho future
A number of English sportsmen wero
in tho city thiB wrick, for tho purposo of
indulging in a jack rabbit hunt. They
brought their own greyhounds with
The Rod Cloud Ciur.r entorod upon
its twenty-fourth your lust Friday. Give
us a wag of your hnm -euchor, Hosmor,
and may your shadou never grow lees.
Blue Hill Louder.
Mrs. Lottio Randull of Oborlin, Kan.,
wus in tho city thiB weok, callod hero by
tho donth of hor father, Mr. Wm, Stor
nor. She returned to her home, accom
panied by hor mother.
Walker & Evans want to buy your
horsos ond muloe. Bring thorn into the
tho City livory stable Rod Cloud and
get your money. They will bo there
Thursday, January 2.'!.
Commander Pond and wifo ofRed
Oloud camo in today to attond the pub
lic installation and camp tiro tonight.
Tlioy aro the guesU of Mr. und Mrs. J.
F, Kendall or tno llotol Huportor. bu
Honry Lee, ngod 17, wan run ovor by a
horse tho othor day, near Otto Skjolvor'a
roBidonco in Cathertou township, and
soriously injured, Tho boy was picked
up for dead, but finally r.illioil, und it is
hopod that ho will recover.
Dr. Dnmercll wus on our streots this
weok on business.
A complete new lino of wall pnpor at
Tuylor's at bottom prices.
G. M. Caster of Lincoln was in Red
Cloud this week on busbies.
From this timo on ou can get fifty
loaves of bread for $1 00. W S Benso
W. II. Roby will takoeggsinexchango
for Hour, fruit, feed, grain, etc. Bring
on jour eggs.
Tho Red Cloud Piodure Co. wants all
tho bides, pelts and furs in the country,
and wants thotu bad.
Earl Pond was agreeably surprised on
Inst Friday night by his young friends,
who gave him u birthday party.
In making up jour list of newppaperp,
do not forget that Tun Cnux is tho
best paper published in Webster county.
DeWltfa Little F.nrly Rl-eri for till-Ion-lie",
linlik'(Micii, ivmr.1 Ipiit inn. A
MimiU pi I, a prompt euro. C I, Cutting.
When j ou want a nice smooth shave
or huir-cut, uivo Geo. Font rose n call
Ono door south of tho Bon Ton Bakery
The ladies of Gruco Episcopal church
gave a very pleasant socinl last Friday
ovoning at tho residence of Miss Mollio
Go to W. W. Wright's, tho cheapest
heiidqunrterH in the valley for boating
cooking, anil all kinds of stovcei. Tlioy
huvo thorn in great vuriety.
In order to clear out old stock, 1 wil,
sell all good6 purchased of L. M. Vunco
at greatly reduced priors. Comu and
price them. F. Xiuvhouso.
Wo believe that tho Nation is doing
Anthony Schaelfcr u great injustico by
thoir article of this week. Mr. SchuelTcr
is strictly honest and would not chont
any man. Misfortune came upon him
unexpectedly. Ho built bis hopes upon
sugar beets rind when tho season bo
camo unpropitious ho lost, and lost bo
mill so of untimely drouth and prema
ture rains, if tho season had been right
Anthony Schaelfer would havo paid
every dollar gladly and willingly. It is
no worso for him to fail than for any ono
elso to fail in an undertaking. He built
bis hopes on a good prospect nnd lost,
but bo will tmv every doHur although bo
lost about Sl.'lOO in all on tho 1893 crop
by no fault of his.
Rhouiimtitn i ennsed by Inctio neid In
tho blond. lIoodM SnrHnpnrilln neutral
ie.s this nold and completely nnd norma-
ncnlly cure rheuiniitiHm. He Hiiro to gut
Hood(H I'M IV cure unimen, slek hend-
actio, inigestion, tiilimiritirHB. Hold by nil
A. 1. A. Lecture.
The A. P. A. folks of this city held a
very enthusiastic meeting in the oporn
house last Friday ovoning, which a vory
l?rgo audience attended. The meeting
wns presided ovor by Mr. Charles Roigle,
und the sponkors wero Hon. J. II, D.
Stovons of Miohignn and W. E. Jones of
Lincoln. Mr. Stevons is a polishod ora
tor, and, in no uncertain tones, uphold
Ameriennism in overy senBo of tho word,
charging the Catholic world with aim
ing to destroy our public institutions in
order that their principles might domi
nate this country. Ho denied the many
charges that aro being brought to bear
against tho A. P. A's., which are boing
frooiy circulated, ho Bald, by thoso who
havo but little American blond coursing
through their voins. Ho said thut thore
should bo no subsorvancy to tho popo of
Koine, in utsregartt or American law,
but tho law should be first in Amoricn
and everything olso secondary. He had
littlo use for Satolli, and would havo
Uncle Sam forcibly eject him from the
country. Ho charged tho Catholio hier
archy with oporating convents aud othor
similar institutions that wero unatnon
can and unlit to bo allowed in this coun
try. Ho called thorn private prisons,
nnd reformed to ono in Kansas City,
whoro thirteen girls were hold against
their wills nnd only liboratcd by process
of law. Tho lecturer said that the A. V.
A's were organized for the purposo of
defending tho littlo rod school houses
and the American ling ngainBt all for
eigners who had dosigns upon thorn.
Ho said there woro 4,000,000 A. P. A's in
tho country who hud taken an oath to
stund by "Old Glory" nnd would do so
under nil circumstances. Ho said thut,
the A. P. A's were against foreign pauper
emigration to these shores and that nil
institutions of education or othrrwiso
should bo given froo access t tho peo
plo of tho country. Ho was loudly ap
plaudded and tho audionco seemed to bo
in touch with him as no murmurs of dis
approval woro hoard in tho uudienco,
whntovor thoir sentiment might havo
W. E. Jones, etato organizer followed
with a brief addross similar to Mr,
Mr. Stevens is a distinguished oilicer
in tho order nnd holds somo of tlu most
important ofllcos in the supremo coun
cil, At tho close of the mooting an in
vitation was exton led for applications
and we aro informed that a largo num
ber wero turned in.
"Where Are We Alt"
The question hns been asked several
tiiiu h lately but thoro seems to bo no re
ppi" Unit can aiMiken tho latent oner.
gi . i our people to a sense of their
duty If tho city of Red Cloud Is to get
out of tho present rut it i'b time for tho
peoplo who nre interested to bn up and
ibiug. You usk what call ho done to
help muttersr Simply by calling a mass
meeting and devising wajs and means
to maku good roailB loading into Bed
Cloud from all directions. This would
bring hundreds of people to Hod Cloud,
that go to othor towns fo trade on ac
count of the bad roads that lead this
way. Not bad from a muddy sense but
too hilly to travel well in any season.
Tho hills should bo cut down und the
roads graded po that tho city would be
oasy of access from tho four parts of tho
compass. Can wo do it t Yes. Lot tho
business men und citizens como together
nnd talk the inuttor over in a business,
liko milliner und with good legal advice
either issue road bonds or cieato a road
fund for that special purpose. Wo must
do something at onco to create a feeling
of enterprise in our people who reside
horo und expect to inuko this city their
poriuanout home. Hundreds of people
could bo brought to this city to trado by
this ono enterpriso alone. Then another
thing could beduno and that is no now
idea either, viz. Build a bridge at or
near Ainboy und ono just west of tho
lieu uiouil mill site. Two such brldgCH
would bring a largo number of people to
tho city each week that go to other
places because tlioy aro moro convenient
to reach. Build these bridges and the
turn of trade would bo in our favor all
tho time. Tin: Ciiu:r urges this matter
as a public necessity and hopwi tho
major will call a public meeting or the
citizens at once tor the purposo or in
yjligiding these projects. If this does
not meet" the eye of tho public then
aoniothuig elso should bo dovisod for it
is fully timo for enterpriso to hold hor
sway in this city. Wo havo tho best
located city in tho state of Xobraska
with excellent water power, lino wntor
works, good farm lands surrounding,
und in fuct overy thing that goes to make
up a great city, und wo should not lot
her go back on account of inditroroiico
nnd lack of good business interests. Wo
can't utlord to do so at this timo. Evory
man should get into tho burnesi und pull
as bard as posstblo for preservation und
tho upbuilding of this city.
Ill C'oiioclciieu Hurl Him.
Sixteon years ago a young man, now a
proacher in Kansas, not far from Red
Cloud, had occasion to go into tin old
friend's wutorinolon patch and help him
self to three luscious melons without an
invitation. Years rolled by and the
Spirit moved tho young man to lead a
bettor lifo, us tho Qunkora would euj-,
and this young follow's conscience
prickod him, ovor tho supposed injury
he had dono these persons in taking tho
molons, for all theso yoars in which ho
had not tho courugo to go forth nnd
mnke his Bin known and ask forgivoness.
However, a fow days ago ho decided to
clear bis mind of tho sin, and, securing
a boreo und buggy, ho drovo to this city,
learned the whoreubouts of the partios
whom ho had wronged to the amount of
fifteen conts, and visited them. Ho
knocked and tho door was oponed, nnd,
stopping into tho rosidonce, ho chattod
a littlo while, but it was quito a whilo
beforo ho could muster up his norves,
nnd when ho did, ho had drivon Old
Nick out of tho raco, gavo tho parties
thojllftoon conts, told thorn how, when a
lad, he hnd snnkod three largo water
melons from thoir patch, nnd how hiB
conscience would not lot him rest until
no nnu mane restitution, ilo tiau won
the victory, nnd whon tho parties took
tho monoy tho young man's face lighted
up and ho strode awny, feeling good over
the fact that it was "better Into than
.never" to do right, and wont home to
tin flock with u clear conscience; und it
AT WIENER'S. 1
It's a Feat
To Fit the Feet!
AVe have on hand a fine line o Sample Shoes,
in Ladies' Fall and Spring Styles. If w
have not what you want on hand, will
get it for you on short notice.
and Bicycle Leggins
IN lUILTOX AND JERSEY CLOTH.
MOST PERPECT MADE.
A time Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, fat
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other rdulteraal
40 YEARS THB STANDARD
Tho cnnel in n benst of grent strength
nnd ondurriNcc, Nothing harts it until
tho proverbln. lnBt strnw" Is added to Us
burden, Tho ticmnn digestive organ is
very much like a camel. It is really as
tonishing how mno. abuse tt will stand.
Sometimes, however, something worxo
tiinu usual will be eaten, and will go
through tho utomnoh into ti o bowcla, nnd
thero it will stlok Hint's constipntion. '
Somo of the simplest symptom., nre cout
ed tongue nnd foul breath, d.'.ziness,
henrtburn, ilntulonce, snllowneis, distress
ufter anting, hendnahes und lns.iaitud A
little thing will cnaso constipntion, nnd n
littlo thing will relievo it. Dr. l'ieroo'i.
l'lenfinnt 1'elletB nre n certnin care for
coiMtlpntion. They nro tiuy, sngnr-cout-id
grannies, mild nnd natural in their
notion, There ii nothing injurious nbout
tlium. Bold by druggists. Address with
21 cents in ono cent stamps, to covor
cost of mailing ouly, World's Dispensary
Mtdloal Association, Iiuffnlo, N. Y., and
get n free copy of "Peoples' Common
Sens Medical Adylser."
The Chikp can not boo just where tho
economy comes in in kooplngthe county
judgo's oflico up town and paying extra
ofllce rent when there aro vacant otllcas
in tho court house. It is of no parti
cular advantage, A motion was mado
at this week's session of the bonrd to
have it transferred, but tho motion was
laid over until March.
Mrs. Emma Strohm and Mrs. Jno.
Garbor aro in Guide Rock today attend-
ing the tenth weddim; nnniversury of
Mr. and Mrs- A. J. HayeB.
1 1 IE .
A. H. KALEY, Prop.
We wish to call your attention to our fine line of
Wo havo a lurge und olegant assortment, including Bomo elegant goods
with envelopes to match.
A Y. P. S. C. B. and Kpworth League Tablot with tho society monogram on each
loaf, also n lino of tablots with a printed date head on each leaf; none higher
than 25 conts, nnd down to fi contB u-pioco.
Wo want your patronage thia year in Tablets and will give you the host the mar
ket affords. A miniaturo tablot given with each one sold.
C. L. TOTTING.
Ar important thing to romombor is
tho Band Fair and Carnival which com
mences. Mondny night and continues
overy nfVht during the week. As an in
contivo fdV poople to attend an elegant
silk plush aiungo will be given away to
the holilorlif tho lucky number. Each
ticket of amission will bo numbered,
and will cwntain a coupon. The tickota
will bo dropped in a box and on Satur
day nigh 'tho prize will be awarded to
the lucly number. Aside from this, a
splendil musical program will be given
oach eving. Tho band and orchestra
will bo f attendance oaoh ovoning and
assist ictne program. Mouday night
I all will H wolcomed nnd admitted froe
iofchartc Remember this, on Monday
nigm ecr"uuy win uo numiueu true.
The U. S. Gov't Reports ' Come v "f "opening."
ahow Royal Baking Powder
.aoparlor to mil others.
Dr. pke's Cream Baking Powder
WlW Flr till heat Award.
Do You Want
Typewriter Ribbons? If so, got the
beet by applying At this oflice. We
keep tho best. '
"Futhor" Richmond is off again. Thb
Chikp aims to be square on all points in
regard to county matters, Tho board ef
supervisors, sometime in 1895, instructed
Treasurer White to be jonient in regard,
to the collection of taxes, and only k
tresa whon people were trying to got oet
ef tho county without paying their taxee
This was a pop board. He did bo and
the fees of the ollico wero not suilicieit
to pay the doputy hiro as prescribed by
law, owing to tho two fuilureo of croDi.
Then tlioy turnabout and compel hhm
to "dig up" for his hiro which is techni
cullv correct, yot tho oounly rouid have
paid the hire and when tho times were
good, thoy would moro than recolved tee
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