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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1896)
Onn of ilt uumt S'iilul nnd
111411 Oil (III I'Otlll
writos Dr. Kcnner: "I was stricken down
with acute itillammation of kidneys, had
been sitireriiitf for some time, and was
in a critical condition. I secured a bot
tle of your Kidney and Dackache Cure
and soon experienced relief. After using
two bottles I was entirely cured."
Janluuay In tho !row (hi (IriMt Cutun of
Tho lviison that A ruth exploration!
are nil fulli-ros is that tliuro Ih alwayu
jrulousy arising in tho crew. And
this will prohahly nhvnys bo tho easo
uiib-hH natlvfH can ho utlllcil nltu-gotlu-r
to taUo tho rthip to Its dcstinif
tion with no white man on board ox.
eoiit tho oxploror and cn rultitliU sol
enlist to uorroboratu tho oxpliiror's
dlM'ovorios. Tho native, are i-niolc to
learn anil could be trained for a voy
age of thin hind no as to conduct it
successfully. Hut as certain as a whito
crew pics with tho ship, every man
throws to liiinirlin that it is tho ono
chance of his lifelimo to mako
ft name and fortune by illM-ovorlng
for hims'lf and eouccallnjr it from his
companions. The result is that a
Jealousy is cnL-endcrcd which has
never yet fail-1 to frustrato the pur
pose.s of tho voyujro. It Is possible to i
ounor iiml the open I'olar wit, If it ox
Ists, or go around the world on tho ico
until tho tompcrato zone is encoun
tered on tho opposite side of tho earth.
1 believe that men can provide for
themnolve.s so that tho coldest tem
perature of tho earth will not nurl
ously affect them, but they need na
tives t teach them how. Another
thing, If an explorer starts from tho
tempcrutr one ho will fail. Ills first
winter should be spent in Labrador,
his next still further north, and by
dividing- the voyage he would becoino
acclimated gradually and thor "hly.
If tho pole Is ever reached It bo
with u crow of natives und an oxp rer
who is Inured to cold by experience in
the frigid .one.
Mf.hit Wins and that is why Hood'f
8arrtpnrilln holds the abiding conn,
ilonet of the public. Hood's Santa
par-ilia is known by tho cures it bn
ninilo. It ii tho One Tint) Wood
Hoon's Pii.i.Mciit'i' liver ill, const!,
pstlmi, j iiiudlcn sick headache, bll
Women who are woalc and norvoii,
who havn no appetite and (intuit
slufd, find strength and vigor in Hood's
A group woro talking a few ovonlnjji
ago about soinu remarkable exhibitions
of "nerve," when one snld: "I think I
aw about ns 'norvy' a display of lin
putlence as I ever heard of In a cigar
tore In this city n few days ago. A
young man camo In antl asked for two
tan-cent clgnrs, throwing a half dollar
on tho countor. Tho clerk gave him the
goods, and tontlorod him In change
thirty cents a nlcklo und a Canadian
tweniy-nve cent piece. The customer
abject to taking a Canadian coin
when the olerk laid: 'Well, sir, I an
perfectly willing to give you American
money, If you prefer It, but suppose yon
irst give me an American half dollar
for this Canadian fifty-cent piece yon
Frank Wallace, a atreet car com
Cuctor In Lexington, Ky believes In
luck. It struck him In the shape of a
Ifty thousand dollar windfall recently.
This would make almost any one hate
faith In luck.
Cull stone, brick dust In urlno, pain la urethra,
trainlmr after urination, pain In tho back and
kips, sudden stoppage of water with praaaure.
Tubo canto In urlno, Beauty urine. Suum.Root
cures urinary troubles and kidney dlOlcultlce.
Torpid or onlaritct liver, foul breath, bilious
w, bilious Ueudiicbe, poor dlirrotlon, jrout.
Catarrh of the Bladder
Jntliiraiuatlon, irritation, ulcoratlon.UrlbbllDs,
frequent culls, pasi flood, mucin or pu.
A I UrussUlk uO louts ami ji.oilSUe,
" Invalid' Oulilu tu jl.-iUib" fait-CoiiMiltitlun ttv.
Dll. KlLMCH i CO., Ul.SUIUilTON, N. V,
rR. jokm bi
MISSOUKI SNAKE CATCIIERS.
A Quoor Industry Cnrriod
Along tho MlonloelppL
lleptllri Foraake Ihn Low Land In
th 1'nll nml Suck Ihn IIIiifTn,
tVliiTO Tlicy Illlinrimtn
Tho cool fall weather ulfords tho
carcftd observer a flno opportunity for
noting ono of tho curious things In
nature the migration of hnahes, says
the Alton correspondent of the St.
Louis Republic. These reptiles look
up their winter quarters, antl these
quarters in this vicinity i u y be found
In the bluffs which line' the river bank
above the city. All the snakes which
spend the summer In th bottom lands
of MisMiuri point, just "'ponltc, make
their way across tho river to tho blurts,
where they hibernate until the gentle
breees of spring thaw them out, when
they slip down the shale and debris
which underlie the blulfs and again
heck the lowlands,
The crossing of the rivu is a very
simple matter for them. T'.jy simply
swim over, und many an killed by
fishermen while making this crossing.
An old resident of the blufTs above
this city states that ho has seen tho
time In November when tho river
could not be crossed In a skiff, especial
ly In tho middle of the dny, when It
wns warmest, without at least a dozen
snakes being seen Bwimmlnir for tho
bluffs, and ho has frequently killed a
half dozen rattlesnakes with an oar
while going to and from Alton.
A hunter along thoqo bluffs lately
saw an old man who appeared to
be looking very Intently at the water
with a field-glass, nnd, curious to dis
cover what it meant, joined him at tho
edge of the water. The man had with
him besides the field-glass a heavy
sack and a curious pair of long wooden
tongs, and in answer to questions said
he was u snake catcher, watching tho
surface of the water the while.
Presently he sighted a snake swim
ming for shore a short distance above
where he was standing, and proceeded
to meet him with his tongs, with
which he picked up the snake as ho
landed. It proved to be a black snake,
and was dropped into the sack without
further ado. During the next hour ho
caught two water snakes, a garter
snake and a spreading adder. Tho
last he put in his sack and turned out
tho others, sayinir that thev wcro
The old man had grown quite friend
ly by this time, and a visit, by Invita
tion, was paid to his cabin boat, in tho
back room of which ho had corraled
over fifty live and hissing snakes,
which ho said ho sold to u party in St.
Louis, who resold them to others for
different purposes. Tho trick of catch
ing them he had learned when a boy
from Indians, who would come down
to the bluffs nnd catch rattlesnakes as
they crossed the river. These Indians
used to cntch them with boats, and
sold them to a man at the fort Ho
had learned something that tho In
dians did not know, however, and that
Is that a man can cntch more snakes
along the shoro with half tho work.
Snake catching Is followed every fart
of the year here by a number of men
who appear to find recreation, excite
ment and profit in the occupation,
while at the sumo time they nro rid
ding the neighborhood of some very
undesirable visitors ami thus con
ferring a benefit on their fellowman.
How I'nclWIi Amll i"i An
liy .lieu of Si'lrnt'i'
Nothing can surpass tho patience of
tho Hrltish audience at certain of these
lectures. We have been present, snvs
a writer In the London (Hobo, on olio
such occasion when a distinguished,
but perfectly unintelligible, member
of the Royal society engrossed the at
tention of about nine hundred ladles
antl gentlemen from eight o'clock until
tan. What ho was saying no ono
know. He mumbled on unremittingly
anil the company loudly applauded
him in the intervals, when he drew
brenth for a fresh lease of incoherence.
Rut he hcltl n long rod in his hand and
periodically he raised it and pointed at
an enigmatic agglomeration of lines,
which wore believed to bo an lllusti-n.
tion. This of Usolf alone would have
satisfied his audienoe, coupled, of
course, with tho spectacle of his own
respectable person. And when tho
lecture was over the secretary compli
mented tho old gentleman on his most
instructive discourse, there was a rush
of eager seconders of tho resolutiou,
and the general public streamed out,
yowning and happy. This gentleman
received twenty-live guineas for his
effort, and It is not known to this day
what ho was talking about. There is
no civilization in the world to equal
that of tho average provincial audience
at a lecture. It tolerates all things
uncomplainingly. We have known
these kindly people endure a long se
ries of lantern slides upside down with
out a murmur, though their pictorial
matter was believed to be of a very ex
Worthy Your Confidence
Tho success of Hood's Sar-japnrllln
iu coni-ucring scrofula in whatever
way it may manifest itself is vouched
for by thousands who were severely
aflilcted by this prevalent disease, but
wlio now rejoice over a permanent
cure by Hood's Sarsapnrilln. Scrofula
may appear as a humor, or it may at
tack tho glands of the neck, or break
out in dreadful running sores on tho
body or limbs. Attacking tho mucous
membrane, it may develop into
catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead to
consumption. Come as it may, a
faithful course of treatment with
Hood Sarsaparilla will overcount it, for
working upon tho foundation of nil
diseases, impure blood, tho system is
clarified ami vitalized, and lgor,
strength and health restored to tho
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
SIMPLE AT FIRST.
It is Foolish to Neglect Any Form of
Piles. Cure them at the beginning.
Piles ato simple in tho beginning
ami easily cured. Tlioy can bo cured
even in the worst stages, without pain
or loss of blood, quickly, surely and
completely. There is only one remedy
that will do it -Pvnimiil Plb. n...,.
It allays tholiilluinination immediate
ly, heals the irritated surface usd with
continued treatment i educes the swell
lug and puts tho membranes into B,,,i
sound hcallhy condition. The cum is
thorough antl petniniioiit.
Hero are soinu voluntary and un
solicited testimonials wo havelatelyie
Mrs. AI. C. Ulnuly, yoi Alississippl
St., Indianapolis, Intl , snyn. Have
boon a sullemr from the pain and an
noyaiion of piles for JiftiM-n years, the
Pyramid pjt. (jure and Pyramid I'ills
gave tno immediate roliuf and
shoit time a comiiletooiirn.
Major Dean of Columbus, Ohio, says:
I wish to add to tho number of certifi
cates as to the benefits derived from
thePyianml lMleCuro. I suffered from
piles for forty years and front itching
piles for twenty years and two boxes
of the Pyramid Pile Cure have effectu
ally cured me. Most druggists sell
Pyramid Pile Cure or will cot it lor
you if you ask them to. It is one dol
lar per package antl is put up only by
tho Pyramid Drug Co., Albion, Mich.
Report of Alt. Hope school for tho
month ending October 2d. Total num.
her cnrollud 4'.'. Average daily atten
danco U3. Following is the nnmes of
those who were neither absent nor
Fred Corbett, Wort Stevens, Ottio
Stevens, Hoy Stevens, Millie Stevens,
Ktldio Klliott, Clyde Arbucklo, Pearl
Cko. Kvawh, Teacher.
ium iiuiaiiNin ;uri'il in a Dny.
"MYSTIC CURE" tor Khiiimntisin
and Ni-nralgiii rndienlly onres in 1 to .1
days. Its notion upon the ft. stem In re
iiiarki bin aud mysterious. It removes
at emtio the cause and the iIIhuiso immed
iately disappears. Tin. llm dose grontly
bMieilts. & cents. Hold by H, K. Grlot
drtigglBt, Red Cloud.
Died nt their residence in Wymore
TueMlay, Sept., 25d, Lavillo Alay
(trimlnirer. daughter of Mr. nml M.u
J. 11. Grlmlnger, nge 31 months, 21
days. The remains wero laid to rest
in the Wymoro cemetery from their
home Thursday on Niagara Avenue.
A precloui on from un ha gone,
A voice we loved Is milled;
A plncc Is vacant In our home
Which never can be filled.
Hod In his wisdom has recalled
Tho boon his love bad Klven,
And all ho' the body moulders here
The soul Is safo In heaven.
To us this llttlo (lower was gltsn,
Hudded on earth lo bloom iu heaven.
Healthy, happy children mako bet
ter mou aud women of iu all. A little
care nnd a little planning beforo birth
is often mom important than anything
that can be done after. On tho mother's
health and strength depend the life
and the future of tho children. A
weak and sicklv woman cannot bear
strong and healthy children. Most of
tho weakness of woman is utterly in.
excusable. Proper care aud proper
medicine will cure almost any disorder
of the feminine organism. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription lias boon tested
in thirty years of practice. It is heal
ing, soothing, strengthening. It is per
fectly natural iu its' operation nud
effect. By its use, thousands of weak
women have been made strong and
healthy have been made tho mothers
of strong and healthy children. Taken
during gestation, it makes childbirth
ensy and almost painless and insures
me won being of both mother and
ciiiiu. oenti ai cents in one-cent
stamps to World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. T., aad re
ceivo Dr. Pierce's 10C8 page "Common
Sense Medical Adviser," profusely
The city council met on Wednesday
evening with allcouucilmen present.
Minutes of last meeting were read
Tho following bills were presented
and allowed and warrants ordered
drawn for same on tho several funds.
1), I.. Clroat, salary as coaneilman in rii
It. U. Kulton,
" .. 11 60
" la 60
as msjror gs 00
as clerk . 25 oj
as enilnier 40 00
as street commissioner.. 12 00
as water comtnlmioner. 18 00
b II. Heck,
b. K. Talt.
J. M. Sellan,
J. W. Klnsel,
J. W. Ktoiel.
Traders Lumber Co., weliihliiK coal 4 CO
Traders Lumber Co,, iujp)le w HO
Hois A Hlfe, Orajsge lt 15
Louisa Dane j jj go
O. W. Dow, money paid out 97 80
II. 11. Hobertson, special police '. "..." 6 00
The following proposition was made
to the B. A. M. railroad company:
"That tho old contract be cancelled
nnd account to balance. That the
railroad company pay city for tho use
of wattr nt 50.00 per month from the
first of tho municipal year."
On motion the council adjourned.
IIckkn' Tropltul OH
The only liniment on tho msrket to
day that das a positive giiitrantve to do
all tin label calls for, Its great strength
and woiuliTliil curmivn powirs urn parti
cularly iiotlotiil.lo In iliep ruY.ttd ills
uiisrs, such us Hliouiuithm, Nourtilgla,
etc. V. L dotting U'cjh H,
FRIDAY. OCT. 9. 1890.
Our Qroat Piano Oflbr.
Do you want a pianof Wo have per
fecteil arrangements by which wo nte
enabled to offer a line Upright Cnbinet
(iiatul piano which retails for JOViO, to
tho person who will secure for us
TOO yearly cash subscribers. The
description of the piano Is as follows:
Height fil inches; depth 28 inches;
width (52 Inches; weight, boxed MO
pounds. Three pedals, including the
now practice Clavier pedal. Klegant
cover, solitl wood circular seated stool
to match case, and tho Cornish piaiu
method with this piano. Tho above
Instrument can bo had iu selected
natural wood cases, iu Kbony, Rose
wood. Hurl Walnut, Knglish Quartered
Oak, Hungarian Ash or Figured Ala
hogany. it is warranted for ton years
anil will be delivered at this ollico to
tlio one who complies with tin above
conditions. To the one getting up .00
yearly cash .subscribers we will give tlio
Cottage Queen organ, regular retail
price 3125 ami warranted for a term of
iwenty-liveyears. Thedescriptlon Is as
fi.lloicu. U..II.I III. . . i
....,...-.. .j. .mi uiucK win ii ir ease,
haiul.soinoly caivctl, French plate
beveled mirror on top. Full size, r,
octaves, M stops, octavo couplers, 2
knee swells, 0 sets of reeds 122 orches
tral toned reeds. Height 80 inches;
width "4 inches; length 10 inches;
weight boxed, ittG pounds. If sub
scription solicitor does not wish either
instrument ho will receive a cash
premium for each cash subscriber that
lie gets which amount will bo specified
by application nt this ofllco. Those
instruments are the well known Cor
nish American pianos and organs and
it will pay anyone to strive for them.
For further particulars apply at this
Ifeggs' licrnmii Salve.
The Porfiot Ointment. Cure whore
all others fall. Its extraordinary enra
tlvo power has la-en proved in tho thou,
nnds of eases of piles, for which wo hold
testimonials. Your pupnlar druggist C.
Ii. Cutting sells It.
Notico to Toachors.
Notice is hereby given that I will ex
amino nil persons who may desire to
oiler themselves as candidates for
teachers of tlio public schools of this
county, at Bed Cloud on tho third Sat
unlay of each month.
Special examinations will bo held on
tho Friday proceeding tho ad Saturday
of each month.
J.110 standing desired for 2d and M
grade certilieato is tho same no grade
below 70 per cent., averago 80 per cent;
for first grade certificate no grade be
low 80 per cent., averago 00 per cent in
all branches required by law.
D. M. Huntkii, County Supt.
Tlio Utile Giants Arc Here
and oome to stay. C. L. Getting, your
popnlar druggist, Iish jnst reoeived a new
supply. Thoy are tho only guaranteed
pill on tho market. Bo Bare yon get
Beggs' Little Giants. Ask for sample.
Don't be at all alarmed Mr. Nation
iu regard to our attitude to tlio Argus
editor's free silver game. Wo know
when we have a contemporarv on tho
hog train and tho Nation knows how
it goes for they have rotlo on this train
several times while wo handled the
prod with good effect.
IMurrlieu ami Dyseiilury
are dangoroup, nud you should not bo
without a bottle of Heggs' Diarrhea
Balsam in tho house at this st-asou of
tho year, as it reliuyts- at onoe. No bad
results follow. Sold by C. L. Cotting.
Kdltor Warren didn't havo any bilo
in regard to tlio State Journal corrcs
pondeut. Oh, no. Mr. Warren's bilo
shows itself iu tho summer time. Blood
impurities are forced out by tho sum
mer's heat. Tako S. S. S.
Beggs' DIarrlicu Balsam
positively has no equal in diarrhea, dys
entery and inflamation of the bowels. It
relieves qaiokly, and being purely vege
table, no bad rbsnlts follow, Yon cannot
afford to be without it at this season of
the year. Sold by O. L. CottlnS.
Gov. Ilolcomh spoko at tho opera
house on Wednesday to a good vised
clatlv IllioumittliiBi Cured.
L. Wagner, Wholesale Dmggist, Rioh
raond, Vn., says: "I had a fearfal attack
of Boiatio Rhenmntlsm, was laid np b.
most two months, was fortunate enouuh
to int MYHTIO CURE FOR RnEUMA
1 ISM, This ored me after doctor's pre
m iji'Iiiiik hud failed to have an effect,
b.iid by U. E. (Irioe drnggist, Red Olond,
Comfort to California.
livery Thursday morning, a to'urist
m ping car for Salt Lnko City, Sail
Francisco and Los Angeles loaves
Omaha and Lincoln via tlio Hurlington
Route. It is carpeted; upholstered in
r.itiiiii; lias spring scats nnd backs nnd
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, sonp, oto. An experienced ox
cursion conductor and uniformed Pull
man porter accompany it through to
tho pacific coast. While neither as ox
ponsively finished nor as flno to looknt
a a palace sleeper, it is just ns good to
rule in. Socoud cIush tickets nro
honored and tho price of a berth, wido
enough and big enough for two, is only
85. For a folder giving full particu
Iuin, call at tho nearest H. & M. R. R.
ticket ollico. Or, writo to J Francis,
C.eneial Passenger Agent, Jiurilngtoii
Uniite, Oinaha, Neb.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Wor'd's Flr Highest Award.
ti i . 1 1:
similating the Food antlRcdula
liiig lite Stomachs andI3owcis of
v ""',naatTmT 1 J ll H?!
ncss nnd Hcst.Contnins neither
Opitim,Morr)ume nor Mineral.
Apctfccf nemedy forConslina-
tion. Sour Stomach.Diorrhoca,
ticss and Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Signature ot
EXACT C0PVOF WRAPPER.
For Hogs and Poultry.
This is ono of the HnoBt hog and poul
try cholera remedies over discovered,
and we cbeorfully guarantoe a cure if
used according to directions.
lied Cloud, Neli., April 21, 1806-To Whom It
May 1 oncrrii : Myrhlelii'iis were ilylnif il.illv.
until I iiitnilnlstcred .1 A. Kiiiu'.h Clinlt-ra horn!
ody, since wlilcli time I have lost iioiid.
Iteil Cloud, Ncli., April 8. 1830,-Thls Is to cor
t fy thill I havn ucd anil seen umt the Knox
(.liolera Hemcd), umi It does ell tlmt Is claimed
friL ic.t. I'AV.VK.
OthciswIiolmvHU ed this rcini-dv, with sue
cuss. are: U. M. Uirm-nt, J. I'lckles, C. II.
roturiun, (' Kiiniey, V. K. rno.
I'lnl llotlliN r?l.'i5; Small lliilil.-i. ,'tOi '
Addri'si or call 1111
.1. A. KICIIAIlls.SOY,
Hole 1'rnprlctor, Hid Clmnl. Netir.lskf..
SOT1VH TO XOX.ltESWKXTS.
Wlllliim I.. Hut is. dcfi'iiilKiit, will inke notice
tlmt on the Mli ilny of lletnlirr. lwl, l.'hodu
lliivls I'lulnllll horrln, llle.l her oetlllmi In the
iIlMtlct court of UYtiMiT i inv NVbraskii,
iiKiilutt jou the olijcct nml prnjerof which are
in procure, a iilviinu fruiii ou. nnd uUo the
eunoilj of 1'nrl HuN, our ehltd. Vnu nru re
iiulred tu answer r-tilil petition 011 or Uforo tho
ill day of November, iH'.irt.
Dated, No embers, K!.
, , ItllOIlA DlTIS, Plltllltlll.
Hy.I M.Ciurn.N Attorney.
" THLr PAYMENTS
WE WILL SELL YOU NEW
MACHINES LISTED AT
$60, $75,585, SIOO
ON TERMS to SUIT
QIVC YOU A LAMP, INSURI YOUR WHCKI.
0INT THCFT, Hl(r THt MSCHINK
IN At PAIS! WITHOUV CHAR!
lend for Catalogue. Correipondence Invited
204 35th ST., CHICAGO, ILL.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOI! WANT IT
Crown Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plates.
wid all tm MtL'.t Improvi'tui'iit Id Jen tnl mt-iti
Who ran think
ot Fame uliuplo
I'rntwit vnur lilat ihtr niay brlnu ymi wraith.
run Juii.-i r.uiJr.ivuuKn x uu.. I'.iifiu Aunr I
nty. WatlilDRion, D. c, ror their ll.di) lirlio offer ,
sua list of two UundreU tavoatloos wanted.
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IS ON THE
Osotorla Ii nut so in ons.ili hotdu n1. Ti
lis not sold In bnlk. Don't sllow anyons to soil
j you anything else on th plea or promlis tbit It
is J nit as good1' and "will answer every pir-
poso." Bee that you got O-A-B-T-O-B-I-A.
Tho f- J
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IcmjleUU. nnil la no!cl lor m.Vlnj :um When "lloSS
trfilmmi ftin mrr mother n.l Invalid ihouM hvi ItT
OT'tnin nj bcutin Ui htiftl
.w.v,c iuiun.ni KTOWIII.
KaI tn la VA...kv.i .a,N
Cun.Kslp dlMKit htlr filling
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wnos. Wopi sll ptln. Makes w-Jklia 4ij, lie. siDniaul
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For Thin People
Are You Thin?
KI0I1 innile with Thlimeura Tatiltfts liy a scleii
title priii e.. They ereale perfeet assimilation
ofeery liirm of food.secrelliiK the valuahlir
parts nnil ulM'anllui' the worthier. Thev maki.
thin faces plump and round out the (Inure
I hey ate tlu
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