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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 18V)0.
my OR OF ST. CHARLES.
One of the Thousands Whom Paine's
Celery Compound Has Cured,
ttJMgg' S I 1111111 :
The follnwin,! ny mitt explicit lat
ter from lion. A. A. Bonnet! tolls itH
City of St. Clurlos, III., March I, S(!.
WrlU, iuliiriltni it Co., Hurling,
ton, Vi : ('ii'iitli'iiiiin I lake inuuh
plcnniirn in In- ii u iibln to uilil my mil u
to (lie grunt m.i'.s of tuMimouy in
prnini' ol I'um.'m nclt rv compound.
In Xuvi'tuliT lust I fiiitinl iiiy.o!f
niuoh hid lnMi li overwork. Fur
BCVer.il wurlt 1 li.nl Iil'iM) oliligoil to
work 18 liii'ii- il .ly not of the 'J I, anil
vrsfl in coiiimii iu'i in u -t ito of plij.
sioul uiid nuivuu xlmiHiioii. At (lie
SUe-tiuii of ii fri. ml 1 commenced
the uho of I'.iiui''s celery compound,
with tliu rc.Milt tint my Htroiigth li:n
Htond'lv improved, and 1 find. iii)ii!f
in fu better liilih than I luve known
I Im-Ik'vk aim i Ilh it has enabled
mo 10 cL,:iio in . icriiulii!.il ultaek of
rhciiiti.t i ir-ii. , u:i i very himhoii h'uioo
that iiui n'lth tint no1 vent of the eold,
diunn m.iiiior, I li.ivi toiHoicd Hevorly
from tlut dii'iist! in u clironio foiiu.
So lar linn winter I Ir.vo Ohu ipud with
out u single Iwinue of m. old enemy.
1 ver) eliMilull t ' in m -1 l u to miy
no in Minilur necxi, u tl fml lalil
that it will ho hel'ltil m every ease.
Verj binoert'lv jouic, A A Hennott.
If wo all Ird oil of ilni-r liv. s, wont
me coiinono uiiiisis to mi
ice DensiEwe, the uuii rwo oensEiarc
lOJy l-'arijntn St, Oniuhtt, Neb.
A, C, Hoiraer, A. Uft C'luul, Nub.
NJIU'C to 'I'vackursi.
Notloo'fjerobv eriven that 1 will
oxunuqe Jful'sons who may desire
to otfrt fllWmclves ua candidates for
tcaohern oftbo publiu sohoola of this
ouity, tgM uloU(l on fcl)0 ird
8moUI JfflWlionii will be held
i tlia lfridljproecoding tho 3d 8ai
rdty of caon mouth.
The standing desirad for 2d and
3i grade certificates is tho same no
grade bolow 70 por cunt., avornge 80
per eout, for Hist pirado oertifieato
no grado below 80 por cent., uvorao
80 per ount. in all branohos required
L. M I'iNTitt (Vu-.'y fjupt,
8111 1M1I1S !
Uh'l-M h-..:::-. - : ". r,i
to bod nt sundown, and had no ocn
Hunting earcri nor hard work to bring
down the health, there might not bo
tho nryoMt. ni-ocHHity that now exists
for taking this best of spring remedied
I'm no's celery compound.
Hut as the great majority oT lives
aro ordered with too much work, too
much anxiety, too little sleep by tho
timo winter is over the drain on the
nervous energy luti becomo excessive,
tho nerves aro in s.id need of boing
strengthened, and the blood of being
IViuo's rolory compound absolutely
incuts this great modern iieoccsity.
Paine's cloiy compound will bring
It ink neive strength mid replaoo poor,
thin, pale blood with u ruddy, health
It is the uho great praotieal remedy
advocated by all plijsioiatis.
It drivs away that feeling of utter
(xli.nistion that is m) common in the
'prinir, but no le.s dangerously Higni
lie, nit lieuaiiao it h so common. It
in ike pmipli' well. It is a thousand
times superior to nil ilie ordinary Bar
s.ipniill.is, mil vines mid tonics over
1'iine's eelrry cotnp nind is the one
real spring leuiody known today that
never I'mls to lienclit ("J.t Paine's
cel'T) eniiipi'iinil, noil only Paine's
enli ry eoinpHiirl I ou wish to be
HIRES Rootbccr con
tains the best herbs, berries
and roots nature makes for
rootbccr making. Take no
Xt.loi.nl hjTh. fh.rlMt lllrr. ( rMMfliAU. '
PARKER'S CINCER TON 10
utrt Ijaat Troublw, DrMUty. dlatnmlnf MooiiiU u4
fitnildlU, nnd U liulM lor tuulnf -ur hm tlloOur
In .tm.nt (uU.tr.rr nuithrt tml 1m thd rtMuM hw It.
M HAIR BALSAM
frpratlM ItwiUut Krowtii.
irTr VaM, ta liuitor ryl
iir v . xaufmiHi yirs
oiflyi bawi Btimiw
Cou-itupi bl uu. Mku ilfcfUuj;ft.tJruAiUi-
'tilhr.r rKSll.li UtaraiMil Omni.
Orlclunl anil OnLr (.AniUnf. A
.rt, tlwt. tl IIMl., L.OIUMl ALX
I'l.fdit kr U(.'lir nnli.t ftvffkl
iff jjtfrl mir.lln llir.liiM-., J7tjil4.
f l-l lUsii. df lillri)r. iMiljipiiilUri ..I
I UrU.r Tur t aJLa. inklltr. bi ...lurn
' JltlL lo.niin T..f.iiii .Vi irtr
il UruMlxi. fblUAik, iV.
MM t til Ul
llipaas Uubules euro uaviea.
UlttiiB Tnbulfts: at drtigEleta.
lllpans Tabules euro dlnlnaaa.
Hipaus Tubules euro hcadncUe.
Ulpatis Tabules euro tlatuleaco.
Hlpnns TabuleB cure dyHpcpsIa.
Illpaiia TabuleB assist digestion.
lllpans TabuleB euro bad breath.
Rlpans Tnbulcs euro biliousness.
Rlpana Tabules: ono gives relief.
Rlpana Tabules cure ladigcatlon.
Rlpana Tabules euro torpid liver.
Hfclpana Tabuloe: Ktmtlo cathartic
Slpans Tabules euro coustlpaUsci.
Ipana Tabulos: for sou Htdmaeh.
Rlpana Tabules cure liver troubles,
lllpans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
NASE & MoNITT,
ATT011NEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, imd
Tin: tamous m:iv hook,
'larkiM'HH anil ili;lit."or UkIiIh
ami Kliadou'M or New York
In tl'.is new nnd superbly illustrated
work a noble Christian woman tells
tho thrilling story of her personal ex
perience in Oospal, temperance, mis
sion, nnd rescue-work in a great city.
No recent publication is commmding
so much attention nor has any other
called forth such ringing words of
"Ood-specd" from ministers and emi
nent women. It has been preached
about from famous pulpitp, read by
tons of thousands of subscribers, and
made tho subject of many a clergy
mans Sunday evening leoturc. Its
authorship fourfold, its four authors
boing no less tlnn: Mrs. Helen
Campbell, Hey. Lyman Abbott, I). D.,
Col. Thomas W. Knov, and Inspector
Thomas Byrnes, Chief of tho New
York Dotcctivo Bureau.
Mro Campbell, tho principal writer,
ocrtainly was u women commissioned
by God, and "In His Namo" spent
many years as a city missionary litter
ally "In Darkest New York." This
uniijuo volume presents these thrilling
experiences of Christian endeavor
with tho hundrtd of pathetic and
amusing scenes that wcro paeked into
them; it port a)s lifo in a great city
by day nnd by night "As Seen by a
Woman;" it shows tho power of tho
Gospel to redeem souls from the lowest
depths, it giyes striking testimonies
of tho redeemed; and from all thesn
rich and varied xpenencas it draws
living truths for head and heart that
aro worth, to any radcr, ton times
tho prico of tho book. Stranger
stariss aro hero told than romanct
over dreamed of, every ono of them
drawn from real lifo by a woman's
hand. In every chaptcrsho weaves in
anecdote after anecdote, incident after
incident, story after story, and tho
reader's attention is held breathless to
tho end of the volume, "Strange but
most suggestivo is tho fact," says Bis
hop Coxo in warmly commending this
volume, "that Christ is to bo visited
in these dons and divas; there arc
thnso whom He will bear in mind
when He says, 'Ye visited Me'; or,
when he says, 'Ye did it not to Me."'
Kcv. Dr. Lyman Abbott's life-long
interest in City Mission work, and
bis personal sharo in that work, pnv
cmiucntly fitted him to writo for this
book. In his introduction to it ho
"My interest in thc3e phases of oity
lifo dates from my college days.
From that day to this-ovcr a third of a
century I have continued tho studies
then begun, and tho subject of this
Look has been ono of the great sub
jects of my study soinu-times in liter
ature, often in lifo."
No appeal from tempcranoo advo
catcs oan do moro to promoto tho
cause of temperance, than the thrilling
scones and incidents so well dosoribed
at least so say Mrs. Mary A. Liver
moro and Miss Francis V. WilUrd.
On of tho most absorbingly inter
esting portions of the book is that
written by Inspector Byrnes, giving
tht ripo cxpcricnco of thirty years of
This fascinating volume is indeed a
wonderful talo of Christian lovo and
faith, all alivo with intenso and strik
ing roality. Dr. Twicholl writes,
"My wifo says that sho is going to set
our young people on the book right
oir, for tho good it will do them;" and
President Magoun says, "My fatally
finds, where othor book on our shelves
lack intcsest, this ono alwsys holds
and rewards attention."
It contains 252 superb engraving,!
ovcry ono of them made from phott
graphs takon from life, mostly by
Hash-light. Every face is a portrait,!
very ncoiic a sioru rcauiy. m loos
ing ut those splendid illustrations Uio
render sees at a glanoo just how 9o
pal work is oarriod on by dav aad by
uight by resouo-bandi; ko is shwu
stMtigo sights iu out of tho way places
mat are rarely or never secxi by J
oasual visitor, ote. nothing setnia la
Wo do not known when 740 pagoa
has givon us mora gonuino plaattf.
If weQspMlc warmly of tho book, H if
because it riohly daserves it. In
sold otriy by agpnts, and is uaeUafc'
with an oaoriaous sale. AgentPwhafT
introduoo suoh a work aught to ctrikft
ly welcome, A hotter work has car
tainlv novar coma to our tabic It
will bo read ovor and over again by
old nnd young, with ever increasing
pleasuro nnd lasting proOt.
. . , -
I ho wor is published by tho old
...J w,ll k.. Gm. .( A. 1). WorU.1
ington & Co., Hartford, Conn., whoso
imprint is snflioient guarantee of the
excellence of this firstuliiss volume.
Itoynl Octavo, 710 pages, lio'2 lino
plates, portraits, and text illustrations.
Lizzie E. Hoal, Agent, lied Cloud,
It It Uomlvrl'iil
how quickly diarrhea or dysentery can
bo relieved by using Ilct;' Diarrhea
HalsiiHi. A pti'oly vegetable compound.
It affords instnnt relief and n puriunnunt
euro in u perfeully snfo way. Your pop
ular druggist C L ('ottiiiK has tliu neney
for this wonderful medicine.
Itcport ol'llio A(laui (.'ouiily IV.
T. V. :oiiV4'ii!loii, llvl al
Ayr, . I nut! 17-1, IfcfHl.
Having boon invited eomo timo ngo
by tho county president to attend tho
AilaniH county convontion, Mrs. Brnlto
Hold, Mrs. Marshall nnd mysolf wont
directly from Bluo Hill to Ayr Thrsdny.
We woro mot nnd wolcomeil on our arri
val ne usual, and held n short eoislon in
In tho ovoning thero was to bo n con
test by eovon litlla girls, und tboy
marched in und took seats on tho plat
form, nil (lroesod in whitt, with enshea
and llowore, looking very ewoot. Tho
weather was threatening. Somo pre
liminary oxorcises wero gono through
with, but tho storm incronsed, and it
wns thought best to adjourn nnd hnvo
tho contest tho next night. Boforo the
ppoplo hntl nrrivod at thoir homes, tho
wolcomoruin enmo down. Tho next
morning wns bright and tho delc(?atos
gathorod in thero from sovon towns in
Adams county, besides tbreo from .Tow
oil county, Kansas, nnd two from Web
stor county. Tho convention during
tho day wns lively. Tho reports woro
good, and tho papers read, wero tlno.
Dinner was sorvod in the church, and
it was nHODinblo timo. Wo wont around
finding old acquaintances and making
new ones. Tho usual parliamentary
drill was conducted by Mrs. Lynore of
Kansas, and wo all learned something
from it. When wo ndjournod, tho
work of tho convontion wns nil douo
nnd wo went to our places of nbodo
tirod but happy.
Mrs. Emily Caldwell of Propserdrove
ovor from thnt town on Thursday to
attend tho convention. Sho stayed
with one of hor friends about n milo
und u half from tho church As thoy
woro fathorinR for tho contost in tho
ovening, sho camo drirmp down tho
hill, hor littlo girl in tho buggy with
hor, hor horso becumo frijshtoned und
run away. Sho could not hold him,
and as thoy turned n cornor, tho buggy
rnn up onto tho sidewalk und over
turned, throwing them both out. Peo
ple hastened to them and raised hor
up, but she died in n fow minutes.
Tho sido of her bond wns partially
crushod. Sho was tikon to the doc
tors otllco nnd everything possible was
dono. Thoy eont for her husband, but
ns thoro wnB no tolegrnphic communi
cation with tho town of Proesor, and
distance was 2."i miles, it wan somo timo
into tho nevt day before ho arrived.
The littlo girl was badly bruised about
tho bend nnd uncooscious whon thoy
took her to Mrs. Ellingtons, but sho
recovorod,,wont to hImou nnd slopt nil
night, and knew nothing of her moth
er's death until tho next morning.
Of coureo thnt. ended tho convontion.
All wero greatly shocked and had n
Honso of the uncertainty of human lifo.
This enying of Christ came to us with
much force: "Bo ye nleo ready, for in
such an hour urh think not tho Son
of man comoth."
That convontion will long be romom
bored. K. M. K.
Tliu I'erlcit Ointment.
Tho virtuo of BeggV German Salve Is
its quick hunting power. Duo it woald
not Iiiito earned its world wide reputation.
Your popular druggist C L Cottinghas It.
At a mooting of James A. Garfield
Belief Corps No. 11, tho following res
olutions were adopted:
Wiir.iiKAH, Our Heavenly f.illii'r iu his Intlmto
wlmlom linn hi'cu lit to remove from Ihii car III to
Ids lifuventy mansion, Mrs. Minnlt'Tiilbnt llinit
Jonl, iliii(,'litor of our sthter t-UIn M. Tatliot,
tliiToloio Im it,
Hl'soi.vri). That the inoinliers of Jauirn A,
(turlii'lil Kollof UiirpHNo, ll.cxtoiiil to uur uls
ter und her ilntifliter Hortlm, our lifurtfclt njni
Iatllj, mill foiuinlt itnil ciiiiiiiiKtiil them to liiiu
wlmSn oriii noer (nllntli, iu this tliclv Imiir or
ItiMot.Vkti, lhat llieso ri'BoliilIdiis tie eprcad
On tliiniinutcs or IliW incrtlnir. n coi) enit our
sister, lio imbllslieil In our cltj niiu.i, ami nlt-o
in tliu Vtiniimn) Iti'lloF Corps.
I AlllllK ItU'llARDtO.V, fClllll
IvVTH H. .II'IHO.S, 1
i .. ..t.,.nw.
foul breaCh, aatir' afotnafk, heaaU
i cam, vpcpw, oontupauoa.
after Mtinc, pain 4 bloatiag In tka
,ch, saortniMi of breath, pain in tho heart.
Loss of Appetite
LA splendid fecllntr to-day and a deprcasod one
fto-morrow, uotlilmr Ki'ins to tasto Kod, tirod.
BiMMikHrt und all iiutrunB, weaknew, iletilllty.
I swivmp-IJoot hullil.sup quickly a rundown
I C0lliliuilllilllliui luuara mu nnutuuuiii
, At liniBeUtN r.o renin mul $1.00 hIzc,
-'j- ,-J "C!M T
D9. KLL. M &VT S -
afcf Y1 U
iH' W a. I
I Vm t .
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms nnd allays
feverish ii ess. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething' troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop. Cos
torla is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castorla Is an excellent mcdldno for chil
dren. Mothers hat a repeatedly told tuo of iw
good effect upon their children."
Dn. O. 0. Osoood,
" Castorla is the Ut remedy for children of
which I am aoiUklnUd. I hope tin) day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho real
interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
tcad of the various quack nontrums which aru
destroying their lorcd ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
pents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graTes."
Dr. J. F. KntcntxoK,
TLo OAMtaar OoBpanjr, Tl
20 per cent!j(
4th of July
From now until July 4th wo oIUt for cash a L'O jioi' cent dis
count on our line of
Ladies' Tan Oxfords
From 91.25 to $2.50.
10 pr ct. on Children's Shoes at SI and 1,25
15 " " " " at $1.50 and up
60 pairs of Ladies' Fine Kid hand turned
Shoes, eip and plain toe, 2y2' to 5 or. C &
D lasts, $3 50 to 5, for, "think you" SI. 75
Gcneal reduction in all men's shoes.
Grain Congress Plow Shoes, $1.20
Above are Cash
Tho clirualiii jiikI liiuwuH ln-1
At Hod Cloml, NobniBlta, Soptomborl
11th ro llltli, 18W, will lio tho only intor
Otuto fair in tho woert this seuaon und
will ivo tho furmora of cuutral and
wontern NobntBkii nnd Kunans nn ojriior
Uinity to exhibit thoir stock, farm pro
ducts, poultry nnd fruit noar nt homo.
Tho object of tho innniiRcinent of tiiiw
iiBHodation ia to ovontuully build up for
western Nobraslta and Kansue, un expo,
eition equal to dry f the atata fnka and
with tho co-oporation of tkia scctiua of I
tbo two states, tho management feel
thut this onil can easily ba accompliBhed.
Exourelon ratoa havo beon secured from
the railroads which will allow thoBe at a
diatanco to attend at very roaeonabla
rates. On account of the Nebraska
State Fair haying beoanovad to Omaha,
and the Kanaaa State Fair to Wiohita,
it places them both out of reach of tho
patrons of this Bectlon of tho country
and leavea a demand tor an Interstate
fair within anr reach. The manage
raent are offering f.r,000 in proraiumB,
92,000 in apeed nnd hnvo nrrangod ono
of the moat attrnctive programs wost of
Topeku or Lincoln. It you havo lino
stock, poultry, fnrm products, fruit or,
in fact, unythiug included in tho pro.
mlutn Hut, briiH,' it to tho fair und got
your promiuui, Tho beet trotting and
" Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superlortoanyprvBcriptloB
knowu to me."
It. A. Ancitm, St D.,
lit S?o. Oxford St., llrooklyn, N. Y.
" Our phyHtclans in tho children' depart
ment liax! Fol.cn highly of their txperi
enct In their ouLildo procUca with Castoria,
and although wo only havo among our
medical supplies what Is knonn as regular
prodiictK, yet wo are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria ha woo US to look wltk
favor upon It."
Umtbii HosrrriL amo DisnitBinr,
Auxn C. Burnt, IWt.,
Marmjr Strait, New York Oity.
1 20 per centg
9, discount. I
running imrocti in tfio west wKl Altenil
this meotiug. Send tu tho secretary for
u premium list, nnd inform jourfiolf b
to wlint nrtielos you wioh to liriag.
'Ab i'f a brlsl; vrotu lfeitf Ju my Hfoui
nch" ia tliu description liy it djspuptio of
his fooling nfit-r eating. Tliix is ono of
the ceiumoticst cymit(ini of fndlgnthtia
If you linvn it, tiiKn Stailcar Dithtivu
Cordinl, Not only thin Kjrmptom, hat oil
tho Hyuiptnms of iiidigiMtiou nru irfcy
Shaker Dlgeativo Co.liil. Mo miny
nibdiaitifrt tu euro this nu dinnrdrr. On
ly ne that cnu hu onlUd Hiiceessful, jq.
ctuiPu only one tllat nct in n ninple, Mt-
urai, iiuu yet xolMitltlo wuy. nhnker 154
uentlve Cordinl. Purely veUbW. Hni
containing no dnnguroaa ingruiVontft,
aimkwr DigHjtiyo Cordinl tvaes up,
strengthen, nnd ristoren to health all
the digestive orgiiBB, Hold by drnggieta,
priee 10 centa to $1.00 n bottle.
Hull nnd Cyclone
May overtake you any day.
I. E. Pond.
perty protected at reduced
ncpgn' I.lttlv iiUmt Pills.
Try them If you Iihvo h hiok headuohen
or if yon nro uon-ttipnted or billons
Onarnnteed by 0 L Cotting.
Children Cry for
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