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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, EEB, 7, 1896.
TALK ! M
I About Bed Rook
OP COIN !J
In exchange for goodB at prices below:
HdotTomntni-H, 12 CntiH for $1
Rett Corn, 1" onus for 1
llrnt String Ui'iuiH, 1'JoiiiiH for 1
Hunt Limn Honnt leuns for 1
2ft imuuilfi bent Raisins for 1
Ufi pounds lied huh dried Peache for 1
,() iiuuntln HKrtT Ontmenl for l
1 noiiftd of the Flni-Ht Smoking I'chiiccoyoM sver snw for.
1 khI. tho lift Country Horghtito
1 gnl.the llest Sugar Drip Byrup
v iititindrt HtHt Dried Pen
8 iiooiuIh bust White Denim L'flo
Impounds best Pit. Plums 1 00
f, tiuutidH liet Rio Coffee, n dandy, 1 00
1 pound DnttleAx Tubncoo 20o
10 Dotes best Mule Mntohets, fto
1 doz. Hoses Parlor Matches, He
1 pound onn Haking Powder lOo
1 inck rlb Floor, good for pnncnketi, mnken very good
1 ponud of Tea us good bb nny r.Oo
1 onn gl. Apples
loan Rid. Peaches
1 onn gnl. Penrs,
1 onn gnl. Aiirlcotfc
12 Dnrs Bent Lntnidry Sot p, for
Tho above prices will be good until further notice.
All kinds of Country Produce will bo taken in exchange
i for goodB at the Highest Market Price.
For this ad. It will appear ouch week and will SAVE
CjgrComo and .see uh when in tovnf
Mizer & Mc Arthur.
It. A. Id. It, ". lime
ut Ijireil Krt'luht. IV II 111.
Ill, I illHl-llliri,
M, l'nsl Freight,
,., .. - -.., .
" in-.n!i " Ar lo.ou ii. in.
" 1 :i p. in. liMlp.uii.
IW.MIiedTinm, l.v II M ii. in. ArllilBp.
m. 1'nRt Fielidit. l.v lliltti. m. Ar 111:30ft.
Ml. MuedTr.itn, " 12-05 p. m.
16, I'llSHCBKer, " : ! "I.
Htxrt of pcliool in Diet. No 70, for
th month oiuIIiik Juiiuury.'tl. 18!Ki: To
tal number onrollwl, '2G; uvoriiKo uttomi
iico, '21; nuiubur of iln8 tui(jll. -0; not
tardy or ubmiiit iliiriiiK (ho month, Al
fred Itwfio, John Enu'lniHi, John UeeBO,
and Corn Smith; thono whoso duport
aiont is4W or nbovc. Odin KiiKland,SHin
ol Howo, Alfred Uochu, Klmnr 1'iirduu,
JiiHpor Suiitli, .John Hmw, Frunlt Koohk,
Frank Sibort, I'M ward IlHiitoti, Corn
Smith, Julia Sibert, Ivn IIlthIi, unit
N. L. D. Smith, Toucher.
Don't Inwte dixuppointini'nt by exper
imenting. Uopeud upon Ouu Miunio
Uoouh (jure nn I you huvti imuu'diiite re.
Uef, It onrcH croup. Tliwonly lmrinlem
remedy I hut produo.i imnniliiUo rultn,
A high school 5irl, brtiii( told by ltr
toncher to pareo "Ho UiBod mo," con
iflentod ruluutitnt ly bocuuHo opponod to
poukinK of priv ato matturc in public
MIIo," hIio corjimaccd with unnocoBBiiry
niptniHiH and a fond litiKonn over the
word that brouulit tho crimuon to her
hooks, iH a pronnii n, third perron, riiik
lar number, miiBculinouNKlHr. u uentlo
aaun, and protty well tlxed; ur.iverpiilly
coiiBidored a Kood catch. Kivned i'h h
verb, tratiBitivo, to) much h), menhir
very evening, imiicativo mood, imlicat
inix nlTection; tiret and third purwon,
ylural uiitiilxtr, Rial ovorncd ky.'irciim
ntanceo. Mo 'Oh, well, wtr body
known inc," and bIio nut dowtu
(round hog de was hibt Sundig
wo uro ulTraid he uw liia Hhadnw.
Abe, Lawman of Smith Contre .in to
tako tho Womor jitolllco and ulsn run
a grocery atoro,
Will llolahiin and Jnuion Coojujr nay
tkey uro.Kolni? to ArkunBiiu in tho spring
Mr. linker and w-ifo returned fiom
Illinois whuro tltnj Iiunk been vl.sittntr.
Thera v.-jih a party t Frank JoluifionV
last Friday night,
A. I'ounda him Bold bus f.it, BleerB to
A hog buyor from KiuMtnn ukh in
thcBo pitrtB liiBt week
Friink JohnBon nud wifn Bpnnt litht
Sunday with frit'iidH at leamilie,
If iillllctml withncnlpiliiU'RHce, hair fall
ing out, and premature bal-inefs, do not
use grease or nlcoholio prepurutions
ripply EaJl's Pnir Itenower,
Pr. Price's Cream Ur.kins Powder I
Wn,Mal!nirHir,h..t M..1..1.. mi.i.-. I
World flDunJgnestMrdjilKiri Diploma.
Tho following aro esHijH written by
ono of tho cIiihboh in tho Kindorgarten
Hod Clouil. Nebrnsku, lVb, 4, l9.
Drau (!(..NI)MA:-I urn lewn jears old I
ro In the ICliiiHiKiirten, .M tctulicr Ii Miss
Ciirliei. I like to pi toichool. I llku lo pluy
with ihubn)H, I inn In llio vcoinl ro.nler. I
h:ie.-ulo(;iiiid licit. At li'i'eis u play hide
ami no eik undue pity ball, i like to k"
itlt ou. 1 en to Sunday-school I like
iirilcH ami multti-ri ten ami inlllt. .S.ml.i
bnuiKli' liieMiiiiot'iiiily. I like to do number
ivmkuiHl I IIKotospWI, Wu huvo had t.'m ban
iter lour timet l will stop now and But my
I urn your lining grunilsou,
Itcd Cliiinl, Neli., Kt-b. 4, iwt).
Dkau Ciianiima:-! urn six jeais old mill I
inn Koiiik to thu Ivindernirtiiii, My teacher's
mime Is MIhs (Iriice (Inrber. 1 am In the
sii'iiiid reiuler 1 am In the A nunle. 'there
are fnriy hosmidnlrN In hcheol. 1 Kotaitorj
book for Clu IsiiiniH ami HriuiU ciive mo some
piiinti mill Santa CIiiiih brought me Homoeatiil).
I KotoKuiiilii-M'hoil. It;et apnpereery .Sua
da, I will step now lo do my number work,
Iti d I loud. Ncb I'eb. I , I8W.
Di'Aii Cousin:-! mn nlnejeii's old nnil I
urn In the Nei-oml rvadi-r unit I mn lu the Kill
dcrK.'irleu and my teacher Is Mist (lurbvr. 1
loe m teacher nnil I love my plajiualcs.
Tliero nro farty bosmul kIiIs In my rmiHi, I
plawlthmy ilolleuml I hae a Kitt nud 1
liawMillltle i-Mcr I like apples lllketolUe
In lied Clouil, Illknoiiidy 1 1 ke to do num
ber work. We h id the banner four weeXH. i
know, in) titble of twos. I will stop now.
Ked Clnuu, Neb., Keb. 4 tSfxl.
11KAH (iltAMiMA:-! Alii seven J ears old
Papi b.isa Imihe. I mn uoliii; to si'liool. I eo
t' huiiiliivi'ho l We Imv.i number mix tills
i-k 1 le-il III he Si'i'iuul iHiidt-i, luive
hail Ihe liaunei lour nines. 1 i-ume to sclniol
eer ilii). I will stop now bvi-aiise I am verv
Itiil CI, Hid, Null , lVb, 4, I SO,",.
Ukaii Cuumin: I inn six vi-nrrt lllll. I mil In
the sis-Mini lemler. I have it hoise. I rlile In)
liuiM'. I tin In the KliiilerKirlcu. 1 like to
ui i hi I I I licit' ore fmt In school, 1
have a iloj! ,iiil ItNiiHine Is WatcM.
i urn eniiiu,
IN'il Clouil. Neb,. I't'b. I, 18011.
DiMIHiKV.Mivu. 1 inn mvi-II vt'lf. old,
III ro an lurtv ' t h .iii.i lrls I my si'luiol.
iii'itilln tvht ii o ilmi'i hvve anv tecess we
L'l t mil eiulv Mv luti-liei l Mlsstiniber. We
wai.tjou luwr.t' Noon. V,e know ihe table ol
A AND ITS "CUn
Trv tup Pni rnn I Imua o ni,.nii..
TO THE EDI TOR : 1 Inve an absolute
remedy for Consumption, ity its timely tisa
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
tvrnuncntly cured. So nroof-positive am I
of its power that I consider it my duty to
stud two bottles fret to those of vour read 'rs
who have Consuniption.Throat, Bronchial or
Lunc Trouble, if they will write me their
exrress and mstoflice address. Sincerely.
T' A SL0CUM M. C, hi rearl St., Hew York.
c. !Vha H'Hto'UI nd lluilnMii Sluiiiiirnnont of
tu rmw OuMuntcu ttilt uvunrgus rruMiM4u.
Mfdlolnal ralue fn a liottte of Hood' Run
parllla Hum In any other preparation.
Moro iklll H reepilred, more wire taken, inor.
tiptim Inrurred In I Li manufacture.
It cent the proprietor and the dealer
Moro but It com the ennsurner tn, m ii
geU more denei for hln money.
Mor euratlte power secured by Iti peeullar
romliln.itlon, proportion mid process,
which make It peculiar to Itself,
Moro people urn employed unit more space oc
cupied In Hi laboratory than any other.
wonderful cures effected and more tcs
tlinonlal recelred than by any other.
s.ilcs and more ncrrae year by year
itir iriiiiru iij liruucnifl
Itlif Ttooil'ii ftinanarllli
t()(l. IT thail 11IIY Otlirr. mill tmir lrn
Lilting u UMiay man ever before.
Moro and stim. moiik reasons might bo
Riven why you should take
The One Truo Wood Purifier. $1 per bottle.
..." .. . . .. - " ....'.V .
U.n rsn Cllr n" Mver Ills and
nOOtl S FJllS Sick licadacho. cents.
Till: IxKui I i 1 1 Iiiih passed tho
Sonuto with u frco silver clause.
V do not iibeorvn tho ndvantiigo of
NidiriiBka farmnrH moving to tho Hotitn
whon our farms aro im productive nn aro
Hotitlicru fariiiH, and tho clime better,
two to one.
Tun lion. J. A. Piper, Hccrotury of
etato, ifl a candidato for dolegato to tho
national convention, lie Iiiih many
friunda who aro urging liifi caudiducy in
Ik Europu la unablu to quoll the Turkn
and tho Armoniiinein tlieir internenueno
conflct, thon tha navy of Undo Sam
muflt call that way and settlo thoi. IiiibIi,
provided that American interest aro
Jakk Kinds iiku has ronnuncod pop
ism and returned to the republican fold.
Jake !b too good a man to be fooled all
tho time with doctrineR that aro falla
cious, and not Bupporte.il in good faith by
muny of tht adherentH
Tiir republican party ifl creating more
confidence in the short tinio that it Iiiih
been in control of congresB than tho
domocratn could ever think of doing.
It i'b apparent that a now era litis Bturt
e i in the onlirn country.
Russia Iiiih plunged tl.u duggor under
tho f if tli rib of Johnny Hull by making
a compact with Turkey for freo accoi-a
to tho Dardanelles a right that England
Iiiib deBired for a rent no, but could not
porfluado tho "Sick Man of Europe" to
Wr. hnvfl learned of many candidates
for delegates from this district to tho
national republican convention, but
thoro aro none better qualified than Urn
Hon. J. S. Gilhnni of this city. He in
well qualiiiod in every respect and would
bo tho right man in the riuht place.
Tiik Cuban rebellion is etill wending
its weary way along, and Hiobo liberty
seokerfl have the sympathy of every
Amorionn citizen in thuir Htrifo for self
government. Our forefather fought
for the eatno principlen as vigorously for
our liberty, and, if tho Cubans can hold
out, thoy are pure to win.
A co.M.MKKCi.M. club, properly organ
ized, stands for: (1) tho prosperity of
Red Cloud; (2) more railroads; (fl) beot
sugar factory; (4) uniting of public in
terests; (5) tho seloction of good men
for ofllce; and (G) for goneral improve,
ments, and the unification of tho people
of tho city nnd county for a goneral pur
pose. Do wo want tho creamery moving ?
Well, yes; it ought to be in oporation.
and, if wo mistake not, will be doing
business at tho old stand soon. The
pooplo of this city aro in enrnest, and
they proposo to got into tho hnrnoss and
pull together from this time on. That
is the right spirit and wo now look for
O.NP.of the many things that tho now
CfUiuiurcltil Club should look uftor is
tlie equalization of city real estate taxes
This city pays about ono fifth of all the
taxes of the count), and it ia wrong. A
limn owning a business lot iti Red Cloud
vulued at $700 pays moro taxes than
tho Hame man would have to pay on 100
ir.'res adjacent to tho city, valued at live
times as much money. Those things
should be looked after at once, and it
will bo amove in thnriuht direction.
?ri. i:. .nti:s.
.Myrtlo Chamber a in will tin oro-llv
nit-sjilat tho chapel Sunday buIioo
Tho quarterly conference will
.vioniiiiy morning at oiiW.
The joung ladies out voted tho bojs
at the cabinet meeting.
The phonographic, concert next Tiies
day night will bo entirely new.
huvo I-east Sunday morning at 8:110,
The Lord's Supper will bo administer
ed ut 1 1 1,110.
Don't fotget Rev. W. It. Alexander
will preach Sunday evening at 7:110 and
woconlldeiilly believe tho sermon will
edify and please.
A collrctiou hibt Sunday night of 88
cents and an uudionco lll'ing every seat
indicates why it ia a Htiugglu to meet
act uul expenses.
Rev. Huunnol continues his tneotinga
MUsMaiuIo Woidonmu is allrst class
seciutary ami keeps hor Longue work in
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
OIlS AM) KNDS.
Ij. 11. Dojo has returned to Ohio.
Oeo. Hadell iitifl returned from
Will Jay, of tho Lincoln Journal, was
in the city Saturday.
A comploto now lino of wall papor at
Taylor's at bottom prices.
ChildronR' Grain button shoes f 1.00 at
tho Cincinnati boot and shoo storo.
Mens' patent leather dancing pumps
nt tho Cincinnati boot and shoo store.
0. Stino of Suporior attended tho
party given by Messrs. MoNeny and
Garbor last Friday evening.
Look out for tho phonograph concert
at the M. E. church on tho 11th. It
will bu worth your while to attend,
Did you noticti that His Iloyal NibbB,
the ground-hog, crawled into earth
again and will remain pIx weeks.
When you want a nico smooth ehavo
or hair-cut, give Goo, F.mtresB a call,
One door Houth of the lion Ton linker y
A noted minstrel troupo will appear
at the opera house on Mardi Grasevon-
ling. Fob. 18, 1800. Will dvo further
particulars nxet week.
On Friday evening, February 28th,
181)0, tho V. P. S. C. K of tho Congre
gational church wiil give a musical and
Itov. J. F. Huckeiberry. of Indiana,
will preach at tho llaptiat church Feb
ruary 2,'lil, morning and evening. A cor
dial welcome is extended,
Supt. D, M. Hunter was in Orleans
this week, rneotig with other south
western Nebraska suporintendonts, at
tho solicitation of Orleans college.
Jack Brown was in Rd Cloud this
week, and Buid if Ked Cloud hud good
roads leading to tho city she would got
one-third mom business from his sec
tion. A high liver with n torpid liver will not
b long liver. Correot the liver with
Is, WiltV Little Enrly Risers, little pills
nure iljapepnlu nud constipation. 0 h
The city council Iiiih decided that tho
city marshnlship at the munificont sal
ary of ten dollars per month is too rich
for our blood, and therefore said ofllce
has been abolished.
Tho D. of II., A. O. U. 'V , will givo an
ojster supper at the Masonic hall, Tuvs
iluv, February 18th. The public aro
cor balls invited. All members of D. of
II aro requested to meet nt I ml 1 at seven
o'clock prompt. I5y Order of L. of II.
During this week, while A. A. Pope
and sons were repairing tlieir sidewalk
in front of the old rink lotu, they found
u poket book containing articles of gold
nud pome muney that were siippoBed to
have been lost or stolen from Jus. lMor
ion's resilience last June,
TIih Red Cloud contingent in Cripplo
Creek have organized u mining com
pany, styled tho "Rod Cloud Ciiii.k Min
ing Co," capitalized ut $8,000,000, with
9100.000 paid up capital. That mine
will be a siiccohs Geo W. Lindsey is
president, and Porter Hedge secretary
J W Pierce, Riqinblic, la., snys: "I
have iiHed One .Minute Cough Cure in my
family and for lajnelf, with nxitllM so en
tirely Hiitisfaulor) that 1 oi n hardty Hud
wordx to express mjM-lf u- to its merit.
I will never fail to recommend it tu others
on every oeoaidon that presents itself."
We take pleasure this week in railing
tho attention of our readers to the fact
that Hert Griue, our popular corner
druggist, has purchased tho interest of
his partner, L II. Doyo, in the business
and henceforth will be sole proprietor of
that store. Hert is a hide fellow, well
met, and has made hosts of friends who
will be pleiiHed to learn that no lias em
barked in the htiNincHHfor hiiiisuif. Tun
Ciiii.i' wishes him extended prosperity,
as be is worthy of it
Contagious H'ood Poison has been ap-
fropriatcly called the curse of mankind,
t ib the one disease that physicians can
not cure; tlieir mercurial aud potash
remedies only bottle uji the poison in
the bybtem, to surely break forth in a
more virulent form, resulting in a total
wreck of the system.
Mr. Prank 11. Martin, a prominent
jeweler at 926 Pensylvanin Ave., Wash-
I was for n long
time under treat
ment of two of
the best physi
cians of this city,
for a severe case
of blood poison,
but my condition
grew worse all
the while, not
fnct that they
charged mc three
K hundred dollars.
My mouth was
filled wittt eating sores; my tongue was
iltnost eaten away, so that for three
months I was unable to taste nny solid
food. My hair was coming out rapidly,
and I was iu a horrible fix. Iliad tried
various treatments, and was nearly dis
couraged, when a friend recommended
S.S.S. After ' hnd taken four bottles, I
begun to get better, nud when I had
finished eighteen bottles, I was cured
sound and well, my skin was without a
blemish, aud I have had no return of
the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life
of misery." S.S.S. (guaranteed puwly
vegetable) will cure nnv case of blood
poison. Hooks 011 thedisease
ks 011 tucdiseast
aud its treat
free by Swift
FIRE CHIEF A. H. RUNGE.
11 ik iti:vroitr.i iiiMEris il'k: to ias.vu,m :llz:bt
Tho po iiiou ol cliict ol tire de
partment in a big city like Minm-a
pnlis, with its acics of valuable build
ing properly, crossed by tiunierotis
railroad lini'i and dotted witli Imcik-
ries wheto the Un-H are never "bunked"
is one of the utmost responsibility
and can be entrusted character nud
August H. Itunge, who has filled
this responsible position foi several
icats with so much enuit to hini'-eil
and to tho city, was horn in Now Yoik
in 18fi2, where ho received a common
What suuh x man as til's has lo si
can scarcely fail to curry weight with
"With (lie lmpu that what I say
m A) in some way be brought lo the
attention of otiins nho, like iinself.
have suffered idiom .my apparent
CUC, 1 feel (-ouilali. d to lecitu a
brief tale tot.-Hiding ci experience
which Itrustinuv nev.r be repeated in
"A few mouths ago, owing doubt-l'-B
to the ixact 11. iiaiure of my
duties as heaii o the fire d.partm -n1,
I began to f, el a sort ol languor and
liHtlesssess, to d'Hgui-e which whs
entnpillid 10 bring into plav all the
otruigtli of will 1 could command
The feel mil gtew upon me, liowev-i.
mil in a slur' time it tool, such
po-SeSSIOIl of lll' tlml it, llfTeeieil Til'
appetite and caused iiix-uini'ii. I sp
l-rnaclied tuv ineiils with a fetlmg
ni'Mi ti t i t'tr to iihusch, ihmI hi v t 1 wi)i
from any ono
Remember the many little favors you
receive you cannot get elsewhere.
A BIG SAVING YOU CANNOT AFFORD 10 MISS.
If your shoes rip we sow them free,
If the soleB come looso we tack them fre..
If straps cotnoB ofr wo put now ones on froo.
If the shoeB do not givo tho wear they should wo nlwayn
aim tc make them satisfactory.
We have the largest assortment of shoes in the
valley at the lowest prices.
Sec speci.'il prices
Cheaper Than Anybody.
Watch this space for prices.
rino Jurscy ISiiil,
Len Aultz has a line thoroughbred
Joreoy bull for service. Can bo found
at his residonco, northeast part of the
Ladies, Gonuino Dongola Kid Laco
Patont Leather facing and tips 81.00 at
tho Cincinnuti boot and shoo store,
mi ! 1
horror ut tho resibss night wliich I
was almost certain wn- before mo.
Mutters bei'iunu so serious with me
thai I could no longer kip silent
nhnut mys.ilf, end speaking of it to
one of mt Irtcids one day, he .suggest
ed Hut 1 try Paitu's celery compound.
I purchased a bottlo and hnfnro I hnd
taken a dozen doses I knew that tho
suggestion wa a good one. I felt an
improvement I continued to uso it,
and felt restored. My sppctito ia
good, and I sleep well, and iiiHteud of
an irksome giind tuv. business is
again a plcistne to m. I attribute
this happv siato ol uflairs to I'aiuc'a
As in the case of Fire Chief Hutige
the beginning of poor health is very
apt to rob one of ilia will power to
st-iil iiutuediatelv abi til letting out
of d-inger. It is tins inertia of poor
lirulth tlm makes nit otdinary "run
down" bodily coii.ijtioii so dangerous,
and i-o likely to go on to -nmoihing
wnrs". Everv da it ix clear!, shown
that it won't do live tind-eut. and
en the e g of breaking down Tho
languoraiid tin- Uek of strength aro
-ure to increase.
Now is the time to throw oil dNoiso.
As ihe new vear legms (here are few
est hindiiitioes to gcituig back
-tP'iiglli ai.d sluidy henlth. Tho
hriicng wendier arouse- a longing for
heiillli. I'ainu's celery compound,
liken ioa, dois its best si-iviee tow
aid dtiving nut di-easo and establish-
iig fi'tn health
aH'oril to buy vour slioea
hut n exclusive .shoo store.
1 IE STORE.
H KALEY, Prop,
in another column.
To Tlii) Public.
Tho following price will rulo ut tho
city livery etnblo hereafter: Tortus to
hay, 10c. Vi. Riui.auiiso.v.
It not only is bo, it must ho bo, One
Miunte Cough Cure nets qulokly, and
that's what mukua it go. O L Cottiug.
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