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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 0, 1890.
Von RAMrml Jfctt!
rror. w. u. reeke, wha
ninkt a p.cliiltr of
Kpllepjy, hat without
douVt troatcd and cur
ed mors cam than any
living I'nyilclant his
success Is nttonlahlng.
We have hoard of caaea
Of m yenra' standing
oa so, which
hi absolute cor, frea to onv aulTerara
mar send their I. O. nnd Bxprutiaddreu.
adTlae any one wl.hlmr ncuro to address
iW, U. VEllO, J, Dm 4 Cfldar SU, Hsw Tor
tt & It. E.Y
JlEI) CLOU), SEMI.
KANSAS CI TV
ST. LOriS nnd
nil points cast nnd
nnd nil points
TUAINX l.EAVR AM rOLMlU'w:
6G. FrelRht, dully exei'i'l Similny
for Vytnurciiml nil point eait 0:00 n. in.
16. l'aheiiKcr, daily for SI. Joe.
Kannnn ritv. aicuimiii, St.
LoiiIh and nil points ia.t nnd
outli 10:0.1a in.
143. AccommoilAtlon, dally except
Hunt iiks. uranu IK
11II(H nnd nil
point In the iiorlhwm liVKip.m,
Ml. Accnmmodntloti, dally except
Sunday, Oherlln, Kriuk". nnd
in termed mic Millions, ia ne
No. M. Frolxht. dally, Wymorc and
st. .ino null liitcrmedlnte
junction point l:'J)p.m,
M. Freight, dally for llcpiibllenn
Orleana.Oxford nnd nil point
dally. Denver, nil
points in Colorado, man ami
rilcfpliiR, dlnliiR, nnd recllnlntf chair curs'
(cats free) on through tralna. Ticket wilil ami
lRRaR0 checked to nny toliit In the I nlted
lRRaR0 checked to nny point
Htnlv or Canada. . ....
. For Inforinailon. time tables, maps or ticket;
cull on or address A. Conovcr, ARcnt. Hed
:loud, Ncbr. or .T. Francis, (lenernl Passenger
Agent, Omaha, NebraHkn.
1 THE BON TON'S t
1 STEAK, ECU, J
T BREAD, - BUTTER,!
J PIE, COFFEE. J
Violin, oriict and Clarinet.
Itcd C'loiiil, Noli.
Will Ktinrniitee Mtlsfhction to srliolura who
Orlro to Irani nny of lilt' ilium iMtrmnviil.
Wllluho linen If-sons (i-at-h li-sami one hour)
fnr9l.no. I'l.iims timed prpoOj. I.e;ie word
Kttlils ofllce. or addict lit", is'i'iii-rnl dcller
ml I 1I cull.
Charley I.indlcy was in Heatrieo this
Ur. Dameroll of Hastings was hero
t lies first of the week.
O. C. Hull returned from Cripple
Creek Wednesday morning.
A (r.Crui'ii of this city was in Lin
coln this week having accompanied
5po. Perry to that city.
Populist headquarters have been es
tablished in one of the rooms in the
AIwbnh in Bt'HBon, Hopkin's Stpamed
Hominy (Hullcil Corn). Eluijnrit lunch
in milk. Quart run 10 emits.
Dr. (J. K. Mt'Kwohy and (Ml. Chancy
ntlilrcH.seil a good sicd audiunct' on re-
Hihlican topics at l'leinaut. Dalo school
house on Saturday night last.
A hacking cough is not only annoying
to others, but is dangerous to tho per
hoii who has it. One Minutu Cough Curo
will quickly put an end to it. C. L.
DoWitt's Witch Har.el Salvo is nil
antiseptic, soothing and healing ap
plication for burns, scalds, cuts,
lnuises, etc., and cures piles like magic.
It instantly stops pain. C. 1.. Cutting.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Poud of this
vity and Mrs. (. W. Hager, of Cowlcs
arc attending a meeting of tho Grand
Lodge of tho Degree of Honor at
Omaha, tho ladies going as dslegatett.
.lack Walsh has taken a contract to
run the city. After election whim his
head shrinks to its normal condition if
lie takes the pains to look in the
glass, ho will find that he looks ju.il
the same as ho did when he worked
on tlic Chief a little over a year ago
on kid's wages and llosmcr used to
ay to him, "(Jet to work there slave
what are nn hern for " A fellow with
x swelled head !ockt bigoni h himself
IIUl is Mtiull pillllKil'M III lilt' MmOII of
Highest Honors WwM'
Kioi . f..:T MADH.
A;. aC.'ftjie U. . .fTsrt-jr Powder. F'M
Ho t Ammonia, Alum it any olhci rduKciu,
l VKARS 1 HU STANDAKS-
of Cowles was here
Mis Lyiliu Hife returned ThurMlny
evening from Lincoln,
Jacob Niisteiu was looking after
butdne.s.1 mutters in llluu Hill this week
Homer Sherwood mid Ii.l2.Tait were
taking ia ibn sights of Kansas City thie
.loba Petric of Shclton, this rtnte,
came iu Monday to visit with friends
Well this is cheap enough is what
they all say when they come to
). K. Nealon deputy United States
marshal of Mosiecrofl, Wyoming, was
in the city this week.
Winner is selling undershirts and
drawers, mens si.es, at 15 cents or two
garments for 25 cents.
Aaron Conover has moved to the
reside n uo formerly occupied by C. II.
Potter in the north part of town.
When you want a nice smooth shave
or hair cut, give (Jeo. Fentress a call.
One door south of the Hon Hakery,
C. L. Cutting, sole agent, will refund
your money if not satisfied after using
one bottle of Dr. Feuner's famous
Why look all over town for ti pair of
gloves when you can find anything in
the glove lino at Wieners and at such
There will be services at tho M K.
church iu this city Sunday morning
and evening al the usual hour. All
are cordially inrited.
Railroad business on the IK & M. is
materially looking up of late several
extra freights coming iu and going out
from this point during the week.
Several cans of German carp from
tho statu fish hatcheries at North llend,
this state, wcro at the depot billed to
several prominent German farmers at
Speed and safety aro thu watchwords
of tho age. Ono Mintito Cough Curu
acts speedily, safely and never fails.
Asthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds
aro cured by it. C. L. Cutting.
A small sized row iu which some
Kansans took part occurred on Satur
day night over the meeting which was
held al Pleasant Dalo school house.
Our informant slates that no ono was
The Christian Kndeavor society of
the Congregational church will give an
Autumn supper at Mr. Cott inn's hall,
Monday evening, October l'Jtli. Sup
per 15 cents. Come everybody and
have a good time.
Many lives of usefuluc'-- have been
cut short by neglect to break up au
ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis,
and even consumption can lie averted
by tlie prompt use of One Minute
Cough Cure. C. L. Cutting.
They aro so little you hardly know
you are taking them. They cause no
griping, yet they act quickly and most
thoroughly. Such are tho famous little
pills known as DeWilt's Little Karly
Risers. Small in size great in results.
C. L. Cotting.
Ceo. Perry who lives northwest of
town and who has been bedfast for
several months, his trouble being caused
by an abeess, was taken to Lincoln
Thursday where ho will undergo an
operation under the care of Dr. (lifiin
of that place.
Win. Serl who has been living iu thu
drouth stricken region of Ilawlins
county, Kansas, has once more return
ed to God's country and if he can mako
arrangements suitable will engage In
farming south of tho river. Mr. Serl
is a pleasant gentleman and we hope
he will stay with us.
Wouldn't it lie a good idea for tho
people of this city to patroni.o mer
chants who are located hero perma
nently and pay taxes? Tlie.se mer
chants help to buildup tlie city while
the other fellows come in make a big
splurge ami what money does go into
their coffers goe to build up some
other place after they vanish. Try
patroni.ing merchants who havo gain
ed a residence and see how it will work.
Those who bulieve chronic iliunho'n
to be incurable should read what Mr
P. K. Grisham, of Guars Mill, La , has
to say on tho subject, viz.- "I have
been :i sufferer from chronic diiirrhiea
ever since the war and have tried all
kinds of mediciiius for it. At last I
found a remedy that effected a cure
nnd that was Chamberlain'.) Colic,
('Indent and Diarrhira llemedy." This
medicine can always bodepeudod upon
for colic, cholera tnorbui, dysentary
and diairhojn. It is pleasant to take
nnd never fails to effect a curo. -" and
50 cent siz.es for sale by II. E. Grice,
A number of tho friends of Mrs. M
L. Unmet surprisod her last Saturday
afternoon As is ul ways the case wIipii
a parly of this kind is given, tin guests
had a very enjoyable time Those
present were, Mrs. J. G Potter, Mrs.
C. II. Potter. Mrs. S. F. Spoltestield.
Mrs C. dimming'., Mrs K.i i Pond,
Mrs. W. A. .McKuiuh.ui Mis A .
Willi, Mr-.NeUle Talbot, Mik limn
nvl, Mrs Kate Jn Nun, Mi N ui'
Turner. Mrs- Juli t W'.'. tt '1.- I...1;,
Mis. Can le W-i, Mi. F. H. Mint,,.
Mrs. Fannie Dmv, Mi. 4 A,ni.n H",
Mrs r.llen Ludlow, Mrs. A OJlosiin.,
Mini Annie linker, Miss LouaTuiuur,
i ii ii ;
Aro tnueli In little; always
rcftdy, 'fnlfnt. satlif a-htry-.prcTftitarotdor
tars all IW.r llln, lk tisuJ-
hf, Innnillrr, ciiI1Mo, U rrlr 15 ctil
Th only VI I U to Saks wth Bcss'i SurMtllla.
Isaac Shirpherdsiiu was In tho city
ate Klugalaud of Ilcatrirtf rpeul
Quite a lot of new corn kas beau
brought iu this week.
Homer Kluel who is teaching near
Hide Hill was here Satutday.
Charley Irway, who lias been em
ployed us switchman here for n long
time by the H. iVtM. has been trans
ferred to Holdrcge.
Randolph McNitt, J. W. Uunehey
and Al. (ialusha went to Fair bury
Thursday morning to hour lion. LI).
Foraker of Ohio speak.
K. J. Overing lias been named as
assistant principal iu thu high school
to till n vacancy caused by thu resigna
tion of Miss Cora Garbcr.
J. L. Miner and Geo. Coon left Thurs
day night for tho far west where they
go to purchase cattle to feed with Web
ster county's enormous corn crop.
Major Win. McKinley on last Mon
day received a large and haudsomo
American eagle as a present from
Senator Kli Dcnnison of Oakland, Cali
fornia. rl. Hiukius f HiTciton was a plea
sant visitor to our headquartets this
weak and loft us thu price of tho pa
per for another year. He is ono of tho
old Htaudbys having taken thu paper
for about eleven years.
Ileggs' Hlood Purifier nnd Wood Maker
cores nil blood disorders. All omptlonn
of tho skin onu be remored by the use of
this wonderful medicine. It has no
equal, and is purely vegetable. C. L.
Cottlug keeps it, as well as all other first
Many political speakers, clergymen,
singers and others who use thu voice
excessively, ruly upon Ono Minute
Cough Curu to prevent huskiness and
laryngitis. Its value as a preventive is
only equalled by its power to afford in
stantaneous relief. C. L. Cutting.
John Craus opened up this week
his new chop housoand lunch room on
the east sitlo of Webster street and is
now ready for business. Mr. Clans'
leputaiiun for good cooking will in
sine him a good patronage and thu
uoiei men win nave to loou out or
John will get their trade.
Tho Swoll Hoad Takon Down.
The Nation this week contained an
article relative to the S. of V. band in
which it claims that thu republican
clement of tho baud refused to play for
Gov. Holcomh because ho was a pop.
The facts of thu case aro simply as fol
lows: Tho S. of V. baud played for tho
populists at their county convention,
some time ago, and was to receive 15
for their .services. Thu money was in
Mr. Walsh's hands and he pocketed the
95, claiming the baud owed him the
amount for services during thu band
fair last January. Mr. Wulsh know at
thu time he performed these services
that lie was not to ruceivu any com
puBsation for them. He novcr pre
sented a bill to tho band for the amount
claimed, but .simply laid in wait, and
took advantage of circumstances to
quietly appropriate money he had no
right to. Tho band refused to play bo-
cause Mr. Walsh would not pay over
the amount he held back from them,
and not from any political standpoint
whatever. Wo want thu populists to
understand that their money is as good
as anybody'.-,, and wo want them to un
derstand, also, the reason we refused
to play, for Mr. Walsh. We think j
enough of Gov. Holcomh to help give
him a royal reception, but wish to say
that the populist county central com
mitteeman named above cannot run
liN bluff on the baud any more. I
(Sigi.ed) OFFirr.its of thi: Hand
Thafs the whole secret in a
word. We can cure no disease
unless we can keep up the pa
tient's strength. And there's
only one way to do that feed
him. But if the system refuses
food? Then use SCOTT'S
EMULSION of Cod-liver OH
with Kypophosphites. It goes
STRAIGHT TO THE BLOOD,
stops the wasting, rekindles
the vital fire, makes new flesh
and so renders a hopeful fight
possible ap;ainst ANY disease
Especially is this so in bron
chial and lung: troubles, in the
relief and cure of which Scott's
Emulsion has won its reputa
tion. Book about it free.
Scott s Knuilfion is no mysterious
mixture. It t. rMalabk". non-nausc.it-Inr
and inf i i.ely prc'trabfe to the
plain cfl. Tv' -'niins has our trade
mark ou S.I-.I-J-. iu. -cd wwpper. Get
For rale at M ctu and $J.C0 by all
SCOTT U EOWNR, New York.
Ilcv. Deakln of Cowlcs was in tho
city this week
11 L Tinker and wife of McCook
were hero Thursday
Mrs. Charley Irway and children left
for Holdings Monday night
Five cents worth of gum at Cuttings
gives yon a chance to got Hint beauti
ful brass onyi top stand.
Attorney A M Kiokatds of Heatrice
foimerly a well known resident of this
city was here this week
Mrs. Lewis Kendo! of St. Joseph,
Missouri, arrived iu the city last Tues
day for au eitmideil visit with Mi and
Mrs. Jacob N lutein.
(ieo. A Packer of the (irni of Geo
A. Duckcr A Co., of thio city arrived in
the city Wednesday evening from his
home at Juliet, Illinois.
John Lewis brought iu a wagon load
of walnuts taken oil trees on the farm
of John Myers, south of the river on
Tuesday last. This l.s quite an unusual
sight for Nebraska.
Tetter, eeeimi and all similar skin
troubles are cured by iho use of De-
Wilt's Witch Hazel Salvo It soothesat
once, and restotes the tissues to their
natural condition, and never fails to
curo plies C. L. Cutting.
Chronic constipation is a painful,
disagreeable ami life shortening difll
unity. It deranges tho system, causes
sick headache, had breath, and poisons
tho blood. It can be readily overcome
by DeWitl's Little Karly Risers. These
little pills are great regulators. C. L.
A pain in Iho chest is nature's warn
ing thai pneumonia is threatened.
Dampen a piece of flannel witli
Chamberlain's Pain Halm and hind
over tho seat of pain, and another on
the back between tho shoulders, ami
prompt relief will follow. Sold by 11.
E. Grice, druggist.
T.J. Do Long and Miss Kstella M.
Jones wore married at the residence of
tho bride's aunt, Miss S. II. Jones, on
North Fair Oaks, at 8 o'clock last even
ing, Rev. Mr. Ward ol tho Christian
church officiating. Refreshments were
served immediately after tho cere
mony. Only relatives and Intimate
friends were present, among whom
were the Misses Morse, of Simla Anna.
Tim bride was lovely iu a dress of
white albatross trimmed with laeo and
ribbons. Mr. De Long is a clerk iu the
freight office of tlie Southern Paeilie, at
this place. The young couple, who
have the best wishes of their friunds
hero, will imtku their home for a time
with MisS. R. Jones. Pasadena Cor
respoiidenco in Los Angeles, (Cal ,)
Mrs. Martini L. Urower after a year's
absence, having rulnmed to Red Cloud,
Garlicld W. 11. C. paid her a surprise
visit on Saturday going armed with
baskets and bundles of good things to
eat. Arriving at the house they were
admitted by Old John the dog mid
quickly sealed themselves, Mrs. Ii.
being over at thu elevator with some
ladies who had called. On her return
sho capitulated as possession was al
ready obtained by tho corps. The
afternoon quickly passed, and tlie tablo
was spread with a "feast of fat things"
lit for a king. A very pleasant after
noon was spent twenty-three ladies
being present. Part of them stayed to
thu rally at tho round house in thu eve
ning. These social gatherings
strengthen the bond of fraternity to
which we are pledged and it would bo
well for tho ortlur if they wore not so
much "like angels visits few and far
Tho Republican Valley Association
of Congregational churches held its
annual meeting in tho Congregational
Church of Red Cloud, Tuesday and
Wednesdav of this week This as
sociation covers iu territory about a
dozen counties and includes twenty
churches, seventeen of which were
' represented by about thirty-live pas
tors and delegates. Tho object of tho
association is christian fellowship hav
ing reports iroiu mo suvrrui ciiuiciies.
Tho discussion of different methods of
, work iu church, Sunday school,
christian endeavor and missionary
lines and other matters of common in
t terest in the advancement of Christ's
kingdom. Space will not permit uven
a brief mention of all the excellent pa
pers read and speeches made. Christ
ian education is one of the strong
points of Congregationalism and the
report of tho excellent work being
done at Franklin Acadumy, tho child
of tlie association, shows that it stands
. at the top and is not lowering the roc
1 onl of lbs Congregational academies
i of this country. Its work Is tliorouh
j and eminently christian In its charac
ter which is proved by the many earn
est christian men and women who
havo besn educated there.
Tlie Indian Cieek Congregational
church lately organized was received
Rev J I) Stewart tho state superin
tendent ot Sunday schools and Rev. H.
ISrosK, thu superintendent of borne
miismii-. for tins state, were piesenl
ind added much to the iutere.t of the
Mii-cling 'I be delegates a 'I si elm d U
fi' i tli .' :'ii- hi I'ting of the ii"iiciatiii
h.i 1 been u mn-'-ess mid tlie go lioliie
stieiigthemd ami oncouriigcil to do
better work ill tho Master's bervico
lhan ever befoio,
WrJm.K2iy'' i lrrw.r Mr. a L7JA JSlwf -&Lfv9BaHn
YOU GO TO THE DOCTOR
for medical advice and the lawyer for legal
advice. Why not come to us for Clothing
advice? We are posted on the best styles
and fabrics. We've had a great deal of
experience and will give you the honest ben
efit of it if you'll see us about your Fall
Clothes. Consultation Free.
HAVIi YOU SEEN THOSE
All Wool $15 Overcoats
THEY ARE BEAUTIES.
Wo havo cheaper grades which wu are
other hoiiM) in tho valley. Wo have
tho kids Come and look at. our
story prevent you looking at ours
Estolvll!slT3ci IO 3reiisa and la,
We have received
Part of Oar Fall Stock
And can give you some
Will be on hand
Ming, Hats ami Caps, Ms ami Sliocs Qoeewaro
Gall and See TJs.
we sell at $10.00.
as ell In g a.t S
also offering at less prices than any
some for your big boys and also fori
Reefers. Don't let any Cock ami Hull
boforu you buy.
the first week of
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