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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1896.
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I never done, nntl It U oieclnlly wrnrtnjr
nnil wcnrlHomo to tluno whoso blood In
Impure nnil unlit prowrly to tone, h-h-tulu,
nntl rriimv tho wnitlnp; of ncru.
niusclunnil tissue. It In moro Ih-ciuihu of
this condition of tho blood Hint women
ii ru run down,
Tired, Wonk, Nervous,
Than hucniihu of the work ItHelf. IJvery
pliywlclnn nnj-H ho, nntl Hint t hi' only roin
idy Ik In ImllilliiK up by tnkiiif; n ijooil
nerve tonic, lilood purlller nud vltnller
like Hood'rtHnrxnpnrilln. For thu troubled
Peculiar to W'omrn nt rlmtiifo of Beimon,
nllmnli. nr life, nr ri'MllllIlM' frOlll llliril
work, iutvouhiiohi, mid linpuro liloud,
tlioUHnudi Imvu found relief aiul cure In
The Oiiu Triii" lllonil I'uriller II nt bnttlo.
lVurfilotilyb) V I Howl & Co., Lowell, .Musi.
., ,, ,... rtre the onl pllli to tako
riOOU S I'lllS with UoiMriS.ir.t:ip.irllla.
which thco sen.-itors, working In the
intercut of 8ti'iunslili ooiiirmnios rntln'i
thiui to mis." thu .stuiiiliinl of our
foreign hoin citlenn, win Hiilupon by
thirty-.sevon M-nntor liidicnto almost
to a eel liiinty that the hill will he pass
eil before the liolldiiT recess.
Kupnlillcaiis have orory reason to
feel Kratilicil at the otlteoiuo uf the
consultation of .H!iiiitorn mid represeu
tativex of the party, which have been a
feature of the Ili'Mt week of conn'Si.
With the exception of the few .silver
hnlleiH the parly and both branches of
conurcx.s is n unit as to what is to hu
iloiio in the near future. Without u
majority in the senate the party is
powerless to force tariff or any oilier
legislation nt this session of couuress,
but tho mischievous .silver element in
thoHeiialc, led by Allen, the Nebraska
populiii, Innti uli't'ady brcn '..-.unlit
thai the republican senators do not in
lend to lose any opportunities .n mss
the Dinley bill at the present session.
Tliese would-be miscliief makers start
ed out witli tho mi.sl'iken idea tliat the
republieiins were afraid of the Diinjley
bill and that they could sodemonstrate
to tho country, iluy may lind themel-
veq prepared too;oon lecnrd as the op
poiientsof increasing the revenues of
the Ktivcrnmcnl before the shoil ses
sion closes, by being forced to vote on
tho Dingey bill.
County Fair Mooting.
'I'lio iiieftiiiL' of tho Webster County
Ai iuultuml Hoeiuty was held at the
olllcu of I), J. Aljors on ThuiMlay and
the following business wiih transacted;
Moved, Hccumloil ami eurricil that
article !) of the constitution bu oluuiguil
and instead of nine member the ex
ecutive board will eoiuUt of lle mem
beiK, three member. to constitute, a
Moved, sucondoil and carried that
the president, sect clary nnil tioiisunr
be empowcled to .select the executive
bond of live mumhcr.s.
.Moved, secondeil and i-utriril that
the executive boatd anil the elected
ollicci.s ilccide as to the tul visibility of
iKiiiiiiiK a tair iwi- season ol is;)7
Moved, nri'niiilbil and carried that
.J. U. Warner lie elected as alternate
to attend the .state boatd niccting in
case of ti"ii uU'-iid'in f the picsi-
At tho BieetiiiK "' 'ho executive
lioaiil It was moved, seconded niul
can ied that all unsettled pteuiium. be
piorated after all ttiuottleil bills ,ue
oi.t juiir . llfl
KVHItV Kill DAY
Bntcrcil nt tho poM olllcc nl Ucil Cloud, Ncb.aa
Senator Sherman, rhaiimati of the
reptthlicaii .senatorial caucus, lost no
time in complying witli the unanimous
instructions of the caucus to appoint a
committee of live to ilovisn legislation
in tho interests of international bimet
allism, anil, although he Is often ac
cused of being unfriendly to .silver,
every matt on tho committee is a hi
uietalli.st. They arc Senators Wolcott,
Hoar, Chandler, Carter and (iear.
Thu house dining' its III st wuok
passed the regular pension appropri
ation hill, several important postal
bill-, u iiumburof miscellaneous metis
utesiuid prviato pension bills, and a
bill prohibiting the sale of liquor in the
capttoi miiiiiiiiK, ami this wecK an
other olio of the appi Donation bills
will bo reported ami probably passed.
It Is strictly a business body, as has
beuu every house presided oyer by
No ono was greatly .surprised when
certain democratic senators sixteen
of them tried to kill tho hill forbid
ding the landing of any immigrant he
tweou the ayes of It! to (II) ears who
ii unable to read lire lines of ihu U. S
constitution in ome piinted lanuuc,
by postponing its cousiileratioti until
laiiuary. ltut Itic decisive manner in
The tepubllcaii members of tho house
coiiiinitlce on ways and means have
ntice mine demonstrated that the re
pt'blicaii party never shirks its tespoii
sibilities ami always keps promises
made to the oeople, by deciding to be
Kin at once tlio preparation of a pro
tective tai ill' bill, to bo passed at tho
oxtra session of the next congress. No
man in congress is belter litted to pro
side over those preparations than is
Chairman Diuirlcy of that committeu,
and no man is better fitted to direct
the deiiarlmeut of tho government
churned with the administration of the
tariff law, should President MeKinloy
see lit to make him his secretary of
the treasury, as many believe ho will.
There are probably not twenty men In
tho country who iiro ho wull posted on
tho tariff us Mr. I)itiflo.V is, and this is
especially fortunate, both for the coun
try anil for the republican party, as it
is the intention to make the new tariff
bill tho best Tin have ever hud, no cat
ering to favorite industries, us tho
present law does, but equitable protec
tion for nil, and at the same time rev
enue enough to meet the needs of thu
government. It Is in n sense an inno
vation Tor the ways ami means com
mittee of one house to prcparn a bill
for the next house, but It happens
to be all right in this case, as ovary re
publican member of tho present com
mittee has been re-elected to the next
house and will be certain to retain
their committee places, because Speak
er Ueed will be chosen speaker of the
next house without republican oppo
sition The ways ami means commit
tee has already held a formal niCKting
ami assigned the work of preparing
the ilill'cieut schedules of the new
tarill bill to the individual members of
the committee best lilted to handle
thnm, ami hearings of the representa
tives of dillerent industries will at
once be arraiiccd for. One of the mis
takes of the past which will bo avoided
by the now bill will bo the heary im
portations of foreign goods and the
consequent Injury of our manufacturers
and working men. This will he done
by proriding that dutiable goods in
bonded warehouses at tho ilato upon
which the new hill becomes u law shall
pav duty under tho new and not the
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Word's Pair HItbest Award.
,On the corner One
Mlock west of State
Special to Offer
How to ProvontPnoumonm.
At this lime of llieycar a cold is very
easily contracled, ami if It fi to i mi its
course without tluj ant nt some 1 enable
cough medicine is liable to icsult in
that dtead disease, pneumonia. He
know of no hcllc tcmedy to cuiea
cough or cold than (Jliamberlaiu'n
Cough Kemedy. We have used it quite
extensively and it hasalways given en
tile satislactioii Ulagah, Iml. Tor.
This it tho onlj remedy that is
known to be a certain preventive of
pneumonia. Among the many thous
ands who have iisud it for colds and la
giippu, we have never yet learned of a
singlo case, haviug resulted in pneu
monia. Persons who have weak lungs
or luivo reason to fear tin attack of
pneumonia, should keep the lemeilj
at hand. The 25 and fit) cent sizes for
sale j II. K (!i ice, Druggist.
Iter. C. (. Murphy of Wallace, Lin
coln county, this statu, has boon hold
ing a .series of evangelistic services at
thu Congregational church In this
place. Tho meetings, which closed
last Sabbath evening, liuvo been .speci
ally helpful in Aireng'.hcniug the faith
and broadouiii tlie sympathies of the
christian people, thcmsulves, while
many others have been aroused to a
very keen sense of their responsibility
For clcaiinusp. directness and tender
ness in his presentation of thu truth,
Mr. Murphy is remarkable Whilu
thero is a very remarkable absenco of
anything like heiisatioual methods, in
telligence, spirituality and the most in
tense earnestness, combine to render
him an ideal evangelist. Many in this
community will retain pleasant and in
spiring memories of Mr. Murphy's
work among us
Tho well tilled corn cribs are beating
grand testimony to tho abundance of
tliu crop, and should cause general
Clara Mallick has been sick, but is
C. W.I-tiller is Daviiiu a visit to
Omaha this week.
As a result of our union Thanksgiv
ing service an offering of live dollars
has been forwarded to the "American
At the closo of Uov. C. (J. Murphy's
meetings an offering of .seven dollars
was taken for Congregational homo
(treat preparations are being made
for the public school entertainment ou
Kdith Thomas' little btothcr visited
the school Tuesday.
Little Pearl Mllcliull of Lester was a
visitor Wednesday p in. in the 7th
Mr. Hunter called Thursday morn
lug and Mr. Yuiser Wednesday morn
ing. The nimils are IooI.Iiil' forwaid ton
nice cold vacation cageri anticipating
the line skating.
Tho penalty for gum chewing is
twenty minutes for persistent violation
it is iiioiu accoidnig to the number of
Kxamiiiations have been going mi all
week. It is a study to watch the laces
of pupils as they look at their grades,
caicel knowing whether they got as
much an tori il s i i d ui not
Thursday afternoon as tho (ieotm.try
class were dcuioiistiatitig propo.ittot s
tile stove decided to settle the mallet
mine foicibly. So witli a Urriblo pop
it flow to pieces The ioot Hew ercry
where but after a few moments all
was again calm as ever and all thai
was left lo till the tain was a few
black faces and hands. Tho stores
sneni possessed as tho one in Mrs.
CiiM-V loom took a heavcuwaid llight
on Thursday. Vkniua
Wl V DRV GOODS HOUSE.
ritr iV ft"s ' mW vg:,'' w
Our Big Ghristmas
Sale Is On. . .
After huariti; oiuo friends ootitin-1
uaily praising Chambct Iain's Cmic, I
Cholera and Diarrhoea Ucmedy, Curtis
Fleck, of Anaheim, C.ililornia, pur-1
chimed a bottle of it for his own use j
and is now as enthusiastic over its'
woudcifut wotk as anyone cuu bo.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by II.1
K (incu, Druggist. J
CH UUC1I NOTKS.
Saturday uveiiing at 8 o'clock Or.
Bouius lectures in the church on "The
Greeny in College."
Prcaehinu Sunday moruiuix at 10.90.
Sunday school at 1 1:1)0.
Junior League ut-1 p.m.
Senior League at ():U0.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing. You are invited.
Christmas services on Sunday Dec
Kvening 7:30. Subject. "Christmas
Hells and Their Message."
Sunday school 11.45 a.m.
Junior Society C. L. -1 p.m.
Y. P. S. C. K. 0:30. Subject, "Joys
That Were Horn Into the World With
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
7.30. Subject, "Christmas as an Ans
wer to Prayer." Matt. 13:1(1-17; 1
Peter 1:3-11. (t) In revealing a bav
lour. (2) In bringing tothe world peace
through righteousness. (3) In abolish
ing death and bringing immortality to
light. Wc cordially invite allto attend
O. K.Ticiinou, Pastor.
We invite you to come and sec
the many nice things we have which
we are selling at bargain prices.
Special line of
at usual wholesale cost which means
quite a saving in making your lioli
Special Bargains in Dress Goods,
Gloaks, Jackets and Gapes. :
Miss Mtitliu llawoith was able to ho
at meeting Sunday and went buggy
riding in the afternoon.
Mr. Davis' corn buskers startod homo
Protracted mooting began at Maple
(irove last night.
Mr. Keose of Ponn College will bu nt
thu Academy Wednesday ami Wednes
Zimri Tliadley and .1. W. Ileoman
held meeting at Willow Creek Sunday.
Miss Foster from Olego is visiting
Mr. and Mrs Hales of Clen KMer
are visiting Mr Hales' sister, Mrs.
Mr. Otto Parsons has purchased Mrs.
I-M. Henderson's place ami will move
there next spring.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Services in the evening at 7 30.
Christmas day service with
communion at 10 a.m.
Childrens Christmas service at 11
ii.iii. All cordially invited A merry
Christmas to all.
JSi3eoiil 13 curtains
JSreoia.l I3&:rg:iLin.s in
Special J3ai'fj;aljnLsis in
Special prices on Men's and Ladies Neckwear.
Special prices on underwear.
Come and sec them, it will save you money.
G. L Daeker & Go.
for the Remaining
Days of this
0! the Breast.
Mr. A. II. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St.,
Memphis, Tenu., says thnt his wife
paid no attention to a smallluuip which
appeared in her breast, but it .soon de
veloped into a cancer of the worst type,
and notwithstanding the treatment of
the best physicians, it continued to
spread nnd grow rapidly, eating two
holes in her breast. The doctors
her incurable. A
celebrated New York
specialist then treat
ed ber, but she con
tinued to grow worse
and when informed
that both her aunt
and grandmother bad
died from cancer he
gave the case up as
Someone then re
and though little hope remained, she
beirun it. and an improvement was no
ticed. The cancer commenced to heal and
when she had taken several bottles it
disappeared entirely, and although act
erml years have elapsed, not a sign of
the disease has ever returned.
A Real Blood Remedy.
S.S.S. (jptamnieed purely vegetable)
is a real blood remedy, and never fails
to cure Cancer, Eczema, Rheumatism
Scrofula, or any other blood disease.
Our DOO KB
will be mailed
free to any ad
Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured.
With local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease
Catarrh in u blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to euro it you must
tako internal rrmedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was proscribed by
one of the best physicians in this
country for years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood puriliers, acting directly ou the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combi
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing Catarrh. .Send for testimonials
F.'.J. CHKXKY & CO., Props. Toledo,
Sold by druggists, price 7.1c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Mid-Wintor Holiday Rates.
For Christmas mid Now Year holi
days, will sell tickets to points within
00 miles at rate of faro and third for
round t.-ip. Minimum selling rate of
Dates of salo December !Mth, t 2Clh,
and 81st, 1890 and January 1st, 1897;
llnal return limit January lib, 1807.
K. Co.sovKlt, Agt.
Don't be persuaded Into buying lini
ments without reputation or merit
Chamberlain's Pain Halm costs no
more, and its merits have been pi oven
by a test of many yearn. Such letters
as the following, from L. (J. Ilagley,
Huciuuno, Cal., are constantly being
received ; "The best remedy for pain
I have over used is Chamberlain'. Pain
Halm, and I s-.iv s after having used
it in my family for several years " It
cures tlicumatism. lame back, spinins
and swellings. For salo by 11. K
One hundred and sixty
improved land, four
Hen Brunei' is still confined to his
bed witli rheumatism which lie ha had
over six weeks.
KUiel Hriibakoi- is at homo from
riiatiksgiving till .January 1th.
Nellie Hon will be at homo from De
cember llith till January lib.
Adda Adamsou was home last Sun
day. Addle P.ilsou is expected home in the
Fred Hon started to Pawnoo couuty
this statu tliu 8th of December where
he expects to stay three months. He
is hauling corn for his brother-in-law.
Mr. Hoyt is keeping bachelor hill at
the old Hruhaker farm.
Miss Nau is again toachiugiit Willow
creek, after 11 month's vacation.
Perry Norrls has all his hoys at home
uuw except Albert, who is in Portland,
Grandpa Norrls is in very poor
health now with lung troublo of some
Carriu barquhar is teaching tho Mt.
Hopu school this winter.
Willie NorrU ami Hlhul Hrubakor at
tended thu ball at Guide Uock ou De
Mr. Smith, on tho Wilson Harris farm
knows how to farm in Nebraska from
the looks of his big corn pile.
Albert Perry and wife, youug mar
ried people from Hod Cloud, tiro living
with Mr. Pundt, who bought out Davo
of Hod Cloud. Nubr. Terms cash.
ply to, Mns .Iamks Kiukwoui),
fax, Atchison (Jo., Mo.
acrns of mi-
"Canvai-skhs Wanti:i To si
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Oil Cans. Fills a want found in every
household. -T S. MANFG CO., I'iimi
l.l- I.ac. Wis.. L' S A
Holiday Goods j...
At (Jotting's. j
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
j J PRICES RIGHT. J
s t n s
For Infants and Children.
Shortens labor, lessens pain,
diminishes dancer to life of
both mother nml chili! unit leaves her In condi
tion inoro favoratilo to speedy recovery.
"StronRer alter than before confinement"
says a prominent mldwlfo. Is tho best remedy
FOR RISING BREAST
Known anil worth tho prlco for that olono.
Endorsed and recommended by mldwlvca and
all latlcs who have used It.
Uowaro of substitutes and Imitations.
Makes Child-Birth Easy.
Sent by Express or mall on receipt of prloe,
fl.OO pr bottle, nook "TO MOTIIERB''
mailed f reo, containing voluntary testimonials,
BBiDriEtD UEUUUTOB CO., ATUHTA, Si.
BOLD 11T ALL DBUQOUTS.
Have a nice new line of Jewelry and
our profits with you on these. Just
got them and will sell them at the
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Mn T")( wiJ. ilnjXa nnon fOfl
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Who can think
of Burnt- ulinpln
guarantee, "Satisfaction guaranteed
or yotr money back."
roloi-t riur Mwi iiot inni tirlnu ynu wmtllh.
Wrlto JOHN WKWV llliriiN CO., 1'iiti-nt Mtov
noi. Washing! 11, li v- .fur ttit-tr t," iirituoatr
aJ lUt nf two uuniroI LifuUtlouj wbdiuU.
There are none at the prices we ask
for these goods. Give us a call.
u-elers and Ontimnn
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