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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1896)
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Wlio nro nervous, weak, worn out
with local troubles llntl pun blood,
iicrvo strength, ami perfect health in
Wn do not ay ,tho above to raise
false hope. It lias been tho experi
ence of many, very many women in
those inton-ely trying period which
demand and consume so much
force those special physical trials wo
delicately indicate, by merely using tho
words Maid, Mother, Matron.
Like a confidential friend we suggest
tho use of Hood's Samiparilla, a reli
able) bood purittcr and tonic; it has
helped many others and will help you.
"I was In poor health llvo years, broken
down In strength, and nppctlto nil gone
Local troubles and other weaknesses in
tensified my misery. Nervous sick
dlzzlnces, heartburn and pains in my
back made mo think I should never bo
well again. A friend prevailed upon mo
to try Hood's Snrsaparllla. I soon bcgai
to Improve and In six months It rcatorei
mo to better health than for years,
havo found Hood's Snrsaparllla a gtaat
xncdiclno for all troubles peculiar to
I am now strong and healthy and can on
a good day's work. I stand by Hood's
Barsaparilla, for It cured mo aftor otWr
medicines failed." Mns. Luis Dili,
Corllnvllle, Illinois. I
This and many similar cures provo tmt
Is the Ono Truo Wood Purifier. All djugBlsti. f
Prepared only liy C. I. Hood & Co., I.iwcll, Mass.
'-, j r-n are purely vegetable, caro
flOOd S PHIS fully prvparfL 25 conU.
ltni) Cr.oun, Nkh. Afaril 3, 189C
Tbo following is th) wenthor
forecasts for tho next 'J hours:
IH'l-AHntllC rloildllieM tonlullt
ami suliirilnj, nlniwrrw
moiiIIuhnI partloi wuinier
F. W. CownnN, Locil Munagor.
TJnTPThpan forecast wll bo dis
played duily in every postollio in Wob
Wo 12 avo Dceldfl
To continuo our otTor to ueml
v and tbo Nebruelui and Kun
llHvNi nnv address for 81.10. Sew
'iftuddrobB, mid to tho mibscribd
sond us $1 for The Cmr.i' ifrd -" contH
nxtra. wo will send TUUh
OP THE FARM Kit to any
may eoloot in tho United Sti
es or Can-
uda, for ONFi YKAH 15 A U
a premium offer for Tin: Cn
cii In ii Way.
Mortou L. Hill, ot hobanoi: hid., pays:
'My wife hud Inflammatory huumatism
in every muscle ami Joint, h Huffenrig
WJ.R turriblo nml her hody nmliioo wero
Bwolleu almost beyoud recogliiou; had
beou in bed for six wei.ks nudbad eight
pbysicintiB but reoeivm no im
she trljd the MYSTIC C
lief and sho wns nblo to wal
three dayB. I am sure It nave
Hold by U. E. Grlco druggist,
SoIz'b fihoos for durability and law
price. Sold only by Wioner.
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The U. S. Gov't Imports
jjg show Royal Baklnfowdtr
m WL IRK,
Wiilcr County I'nlon Sunday
School AnhovIiiIIoii Hold
iyhjcii ixti:ki;st itiaxu'hst.
County School Well tlrprenentctl-.
liitcrcMllnir l'rosrnm proM-iiti-il
nnil UvoryonoSnt lolled In
the Work Hone.
8IXTY-ONH DKMCKATKS IMIUSIiMT
Tho County Union Sunday School
convention met iu tlio Congregational
uhuroh with n fine attendance of ear
nest christian workers, all bout on
making the convention one long to bo
remembered for the great amount of
good to bo done; the officers in whose
churgo the convention was placed
having left nothing undone on their
part to make it a success, nearly all
of them being prcsout. To say that
the convention was a sucoeus from
beginning to cud would not half tell
it. The house was crowded to its ut
most at both tho night sessions, and
wa9. comfortably filled at all tho day
session;, and all went away feeling
that it was truly good for them to
have been there.
The convention was called to order
at 2:30 p. m. by Mr. Albright, the
president, and tho first session was
opened by sccrot prayor, after which
tho doxolotry was sung, tollowod by
"All Hail the Power of Jesus Name,"
after which tho 10th Psalm was read
and prayer oflored by ilev. Maxfield,
Tho secretary being absent, 0. U.
Crone was appointed assistant secre
tary. Anthem, by the choir.
Praise scivioo conducted by J. S.
White, in which many took part.
Appointment of committees. On
resolutions, Mr. Logan of Blue Hill;
C. C. Cox, Amboy; and Mr. Ilines of
Elm Creek. On enrollment, Mrs.
Cutter of lied Cloud.
Roll call, sixty-oiio delegates re
"Object of coming to tho conven
tion." Tho responses wero many
and very appropriatcand inspiring.
Music by Amboy school.
Report of committee on by-laws and
constitution by Mrs. BrakesGeld sub
mitted and adopted by convention,
Musio by Amboy school,
Mu9io by oomvontioo.
Prayer and benediction by Rev.
Mctcalf of Cowlop,
Meeting opened by singing No. G7,
"Jesus is Culling," and No. 6, "Whit
er Than Snow."
Prayer by Rev. Iilaokwell.
Music by convention, No. 48, "Fill
Selection by Orphean quartott.
Selection by a class of tho Red
Cloud Congregational Sunday school.
Musio by convention.
Anthem by clioir,"Praiso the Lord."
Two minute speeches on tho theme
"What about our Roys and Girls"
opened by R. B. Fulton, followed by
sons.'. "Dying from Home, and Lost,"
by Messrs. Albright and Fulton. A
good number took part in tho discus
sion. Musio, "It Just Suits Mo."
Selection by Eokloy quartott, "Two
Duett bv Vanoo ami Ralph Foe,
Music, "Tho iSpwortu Army" by
tho Bluo Hill sobool.
Talk by J. S. White on finance
after which a collection wan taken
tho amount of which was $3,42.
"Blest be tho Ties" was Bung by
Bcncdiotion by Rev. Hummoll.
FRIDAY, FOIIKNOON HK8HION,
At 9 a. ra. convention opened by
singing, "Josus is Passing By," fol
lowed by prayer by Rev. Stinott of
On motion roll call was deferred
until a later hour.
Musio, "Holy, Holy, Holy," by
Pralsu cervioo oonduotod by Rev.
Maxfield in which nearly all present
Es9y on "RoeponBibilitios to San
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, APRIL 3, 189(3.
Sunday Sohonl Work," vrr read by
Mrs. M. J Carpenter, .Mrs. K. T. Mc
CI.ii en and .Mis. I. II. Remsbcrg.
These essays as well as uU the essays
that were load dnr'iij' tln entire omi
vetitioti were except i ally good and
showed that tho writer heart wore
work of the convention nnd each
seemed us if they were chosen with
reference to tlioir especial iitnoss for
tho subject assigned t them.
Music, "Bringing in tho Sheaves."
Essays on "What nro Sunday
Schools for," by Mrs G. W. Knight,
Mrs. N. Barlluit, Mies Dora Acre and
Miss Ellen Fuller.
Musio, "I'll Work for Jesus."
Ou motion ten or fifteen minutes
were given for general disotission of
the diffcrout essays just read. Tho
discussion b wero entered into very
heartily by Rev. Maxfield, Mr. Halo,
Rev. Hummel), C. C. Borcn, Mrs.
Logan, O L. Cottim;, Rev. Stinott,
Mrs. Knight, Mr. Fulton, L. P. Al
Bright and .1. P. Wbito.
Music. "The Master Wants Work
ers." Query box passed.
S'lcotiiin by i ho Eeklcy Quartott.
Treasurer's report read and accept
ed by the convention.
Secretary' rport read and adopted
by the convention.
Musio, by tho Blue Hill sobool,
"Let Your Light Shine."
Two minute history of school, by
secretaries tf school.
Thore wore a good number of his
tories given iu whioh somo very iuter
ofitiug events wore incoiporatcd, somo
pf them duting as far back as in tho
early '70s. Space will not, permit
the articles to bo produocd, but wo
are suro thi-y would bo interesting
reading for the old settlors and prob
ably for those of us who hnvo novcr
seen the way that those that eamo
hero iu an early dny wero compelled
to servo tho Lord.
Musio, "Tho Beautiful Light," by
On motion tho histories just read
were ordered spread upon tbo secre
A very interesting report was mado
by the president, L. P. Albright, and
by motion was ordorcd spread on tho
records of tho secretary.
sir. Ilines, one of tho committco on
resolutions. Leinc absont, Mrs. G. W.
Knight was appointed in his place
Qucstio:.H from query box wero ans
wered by Mrs. Brabesfiold.
3iusio, "Jesus is Calling."
Benediction by Rev Mctcalf.
Owing to laok of room tho bal
ance of tho report was crowded out
this wttk but will bo publishod in our
next issue Ed.
Although a very busy man, Dr. It. V
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has found timi
in whioh to write n great book of ovor n
thousand pages entitled, The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser, in plain
English or medialno simplified. Few
books printed In the English language
have reached so groat n sale as has this
popnlar work, over 080,000 copies having
beon nnld at $l.r0 each. The profits on
this enormous sale havo repaid the author
for tho greut amount of labor nnd money
expended ou its production ho has now
decided to give nway absolutely free,
C00,000 copies of this valuable book, the
roeipient only btiug required to mail to
the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, of Buffalo, M. Y., of which company
he Is president, twenty-one (21) ono-cent
tamps, to cover cost of mailing only,
and the book will be sont post-paid. It
is a veritable medioal library, complete
in ono volame. It contains 1008 large
pages, and over 300 illustration, some of
them in colors, The Free Edition is pro
oisely the same as that sold nt $l.r0 ex
cspt only that tho books are boaud in
strong roanilla paper covers, instead of
oloth, It is not often that our readers
have an opportunity to obtain a
valaablb book on soh generous terms,
and we predict that few will mUs avail
ing thomnelves of the unusual nnd. liberal
offer to whioh wo havo called attention,
Cliiiniocrliun'H Colic, Ctioloru
mid Diarrhoea Itemed)-.
This is the best medioino in the world
for bowel complaints. It acts quickly
aud can always be depended upon. Wheu
reduced with water it is pleasant to take,
Try 1 and like many others you vill re
commond it to your friends, For sale at
35 and CO oents per bottle by H. E.Grice.
TliutV the nmlcr of IMiysl-
t'liuit H'lio llnu tlu; Xcu' Pro
pni'iitloii for lyN)H'iiu
nnil IVnMlii;; DIxciinun.
t iii:v no so iimi-ai'sh it is not a
Anil llri'iuiMp Tint)' Know It CurcN
livery Form of InillcaMloii unit
It has boon rccuntly stated that not
less than '10,000 physioians nro using
or indorsing tho now discovery for in
digestion sold by druggists under tho
name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
Dr. Tomlinson gives tho following
reasons why physicians regard this
new remedy with so much favor.
First, because it Is not a scorot
medicine but a scientific combination
of vegctablo essences, puro ascptio
pepsin, frco from animal impurities
and of a very high digestivo power,
bismuth and golden seal.
It has beon tested repeatedly and
the experiments have proven that ono
grain of tho digestivo principles in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots will digest
thrco thousand times its own weight
of lean ment, eggs, oatmeal and siini
lur whtlcsome foods.
Tho tablots act whollv upon tho
food taken into tho stomaeh, digofct
ing it thoroughly no matter whether
the stomaoh is in good working order
or not, and euro all forms of dys
ncpsia nnd stomach troubles on the
common sonso plau that they nourish
tho body and rest tho stemash at the
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots do not
act upon tho bowels liko the old
fashioned nftcrdinner pills; nor aro
they an artificial stimulant liko "sto
maoh bitters," Bor are thoy in any
way similar to se-oallod pre-digestod
food, whioh consist of 85 per cent, of
"glucose," the stuff that cheap can
dies aro made from, but Stuart's Dys
popsia Tablots do what uono of theso
do, they act wholly upon tho food
eaten and digest it completely and tho
euro of indigestion is an assured fact,
bocause the food being promptly di
gested, it cannot lie for hours in tho
stomaoh, fermenting, decaying, filling
tho system with tho germs of disease,
but is assimilated, nourishing and in
vigorating not only the body and brain
but tbo stomach itself, as well.
Tablets are absolutely harmloss and
can bo given and aro given with be
nefit to littlo children and infants suf
fering from indigestion, as shown
above they contain no minoral poison,
nor anything in any way injurious.
Dr. Wucrth as ho has notioed in
many cases that tho tablsts not only
cured the indigestion, but that a very
notioeablc inoruaso of flesh resulted
whero thin and run down in flesh be
foro taking them, and it is not at all
surprising that such should be tho
case when it is remembered that most
pcoplo aro thin because their stom
achs aro out of order, and when per
fect digestion is brought book an in
crease of Flesh is tho natural aecompa
ment. Within tho last six "months many
thousand oases of stomach troublo arid
dyspepsia havt beon cured by Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets and tlioir conven
ience and popularity is such that
druggUt ovcrywhoro aro now selling
them. The price is 50 cents per
package and if your druggist has not
yet ordered them he will get them for
you from his wholesalr; thoy aro
manufactured by Stuart Cu, Marshall,
Your druggist, if ho is honost, will
toll tou that Stuirt's Djspopsi Tab
lets is the only preparation now before
tho publio reaommooded and designed
solely for tho euro ef indigestion and
stomaoh troubles, no other olaims aro
made for it, it is not claimed to ba a
Illii'iinmtlMn ured In a Day.
'MYSTIC CURE" for Rheumatism
aud Neuralgia radically cores iu 1 to 3
days. Its action upon tho system is re
mark! blu aud mysterious. It romoyes
at onco tho ouuse uud the disoasu immed
iately disappears, The first dose greatly
benefits, 75 cents. Hold by II, E, Qrioo
raggUt, Rod Cloud.
Highest of all in Leavening Power,
In and Around tliu University.
Lincoln, Nob. April 2, 180(5
Professor Erwin Barbour of tho
Geological department, delivered a
lecture in the first Congregational
church Ho took for his subject,
"How tho Worlds wero Made." The
Icctur was illustrated by magnificent
Btcreoptican views. Prof. Barbour
elucidated tho Nebular hypothesis so
well that tho most unscientific mind
might comprehend it. Tho slides
wero well chosen to show the different
stages of development. Tho Pro
fessor proparcd his lecture with a
brief skotch of tho long strife between
science una somo rongious tcaciicrs.
In tho courso of this introduction ho
declared that there was absolutely no
clashing betweou religion and scionco.
An over crowded house greeted tho
Hon. John M. Thurston spoko at
tho Lansing Monday evoning. A
largo and enthusiastic audience greet
ed Senator Thurston. This is equiva
lent to a hearty endorsement ol tho
Mckinley boom, which Mr. Thurston
has been assiduously promulgating,
Tho republicans ol Lincoln seem to
rccognio tho fact thai this so called
favorito son craze, so far as it effects
Nebrasku, is but ono of tho many de
vices of tho man from Maino to defeat
tho champion of proicction. Any ono
who has noticed the disposition of
places on important committees ean
not havo failed to sen that tho speak
er used his appointivo power with tho
skill of tho cousumato politician that
Prof. Barbour continues to rccoivo
reports from different parts of tho
state respecting tho phenominal rise
of subterranean waters. If tho faot
contained in these reports indioato
anything, thoy point to an inoroasoln
tho rainfall of tho stato for 1890,
Tho numerous general snows of tho
month of March aro but tboboginninc
of tho morcaso, in precipitation may
justly' bo cxpocted throughout the
year. The indications aro that this
increased raiufall will bo general,
Reports from Filloy, Gago county,
show a heavy rain last week. Tho
ercoks aro higher than thoy havo been
for years and the ground is too wet to
plow. "Lot tho precipitation precipi
tate!" is tho verdict of tho farmors.
Col. Alvin Popo is rosponsiblo for a
now speoics of capital punishment.
Mr. Popu's many Red Cloud friends
will bo glad to learn that his late
resqarches in ancient history havo re
sulted in a discovery hitUerto over
looked. Recently, Alvin, in diaouss
ing the characteristics of a ooitain
ancient ilcmocraov beforo tho class in
European history, noted tho singular
cruelty of tho people in executing a
man in his absence. Stolo a march
on him as it wero,
Captain Jack Crawford, the pnet
scout, ontortained a largo audienoo at
the Y, M. C. A. rooms on Monday
evening. Mr. Crawford is the samo
lively, sparkling personality that ap
pears in his poems and stories. Tho
long well-kept hair that flows down
over his shoulders gives him a roman
tic appearance. It has nono of tho
grimy, greasy appoaranoo usual to tho
westerner of tho ISutialo mil typo,
The paot entertained tho audienoo
highly by extracts from his writings,
aid stories of soout lifo, Many of
his most interesting sketches of army
lifo havo been written for tho Nation
We might toll you more about One
Minute Hough Cure, but you probably
know that it quros n cough. Every one
does who has used it. It is a perfeat
remedy for coaghs, colds, hoarseness. It
is nn especial favorite for children, beinir
pluasaut to take and quick in curing. 0
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When pcoplo generally understand
that all such fatal diseases a fistula,
ulcer of tho'rootum, fissure, otc, al
most invariably begin in a nimplo can
of piles, they will learn tho wisdo
of taking prompt treatment fur tha
appcaranco of troublo in this quarter.
Tho Pyramid Pile Curo will certainly
ouro every form of piles, it oh ing,
bleeding, protruding, or blind piles,
and hundreds of lives havo bee
saved by UBing this cheap but effoot
ivo remedy right at tho start, because
at such a timo a Hinglo packogo will
affect a cure, while in tho old chronia,
deep-seated cases, sovcral paokages
are sometimes necessary beforo a last
ing curo is aitcotcd.
Physioians aro using tho Pyramid
Pilo Curo in prcforonco to surgical
operations and with uniform su ocean.
Tho remedy is prepared by tho Pyra
mid Drug Co., of Albion, Mich, and
for salo by druggists everywhere.
This firm receives hundreds of tea
timonional letters from cdrcd pationts
and publishos a fresh list every week.
This week wo tako ploasuro in pre
senting tho following: From Mr. M.
A. Wilson, Pcabody, Kansas: Your
Pyramid Pilo Curo received, and I
havo received more benefit from tw
applications than from all other medi
cines I havo ever tried. I havo beta
troubled, with piles for 30 years.
They would come down every day and
havo to be worked back, but havo not
been down eince tho first application
of the Pyramid. I am a convert to
tho merits of the Pyramid Pilo Curt.
From 0. D. Edgcrtoo, attorney at
law, Northfjcld, Vermont: Sond ra
two packages of your Pyramid Pile
Curo. My father, who has had piles
for -10 year, says your remedy is the
best hu has found, and ho ha tried
everything. From W. II. Goodmae,
Grconville, Texas: Gentlemen: I
havo had wonderful relief from the
Pyramid Pilo Curo. ' I would not be
without it. From Ira Shoekoy, Lonir,
W. Va.: Tho Pyramid Pilo Curo has
oured mc. I havo been waiting to see
tho result before writing, and I oaa
honestly say I am well of tho piles
aud feel uudcr many obligations to
l'reeh letters will appear from all
parts of tho United States, all testi
fying to tho wondorful effects whioh
which invariably result whero this
splondid remedy is used. It is tho
cheapest, safest, aud most effectual
pile remedy ever placed 'boforo tho
pcoplo, and if you aro subject to the
piles in any form this remedy will re-
It is on salo at all drugstores at 50
eonts, Each paokage also contains a
treatiao on the oauso and cure of piles,
which will intorest and boncfit any
one so afflicted.
Those who aro troubled with rhouma
tlim should try a few application
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, rubbing the
parts vigorouriy at eaoh application. It
that does not bring relief dampen a pleas
of flannel with Pain Balm and bind it ou
oyer tho seat of pain and prompt relist
will surely follow. For sale by If, K,
Lady or gentleman to tako chnrge
installment business, unu coiieut in
county, salary, eiu per weeu-'iu
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