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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1897)
rHJfi'MBD CLOUD CHIEF, FftlDAY, JAN. 22, 1897.
It what gives Hood'n HaraapArllla lt ront
popularity, Its constantly Iticrcatduu
Mtcfl, and onablos It to accornplUli its
wstidorful and unequalled cures. Tho
combination, proportion and proccM
used In preparing Hood's Harsaparllla
re unknown to other medicines, and
make Hood's Barsaparllta
Peculiar to Itself
K cures awldo range of dlscose because
ol Its power as a blood purlller. It nets
directly and positively upon tho blood,
and the blood reaches every nook and
cornorof the hamuli system. Thus all
tho nerves, muscles, bones and tissues
mo under tho bcncflccnt inUucucoof
The On True Wood Purifier. II cr bottle.
.. ,, .tut cure Mvor Mm einy to
MOOtl S PlIlS Uke.cantuuptfrjitu.vic.
W. Ii. McMIMAX.
PUIIUSIIKD KVKUT KltlDAY
Entered at the poit office at lied Cloud, Nob. as
ccaud clan mall matter.
Wo wonder If V. J. Bryan Is lending
his powerful u Id to the exposition bill
Why docs not some enterprising
gentleman inaugurate the spring cam
paign. It seems to ns that somowhere in tho
stipules it is Huitl that the county attor
ney slinll keep his oflh'o at the county
scat. Is it going to be dune?
The populist legislature seems to
have done away with lenders, that is
men who had the ability to take an
honest lead ott tho legislative Hours in
the face of tho people. King Caucus
and the head of scheming mediocrity
seem to have complete control, not
only over appointments, but over leg
fetation. Hitchcock says his Omaha expos
ition will attraet capital to the state.
Tho only investment it has ever in de
in tMs part of the country is in farm
loam. God forbid any more attrac
tion in that direction.
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Wc have had tlio commissioner y(-
tern for nearly a month now and the
county docs ntrt seem to have stiflered.
The lime serins to be near when the
old competition of water freights with
railtoad tarllT.s will bo reiuatigttrated.
Galveston is rnpoitcil to be the ship
ping point of a largo share of western
pioducc during the past year. Then
how long will It be until there Is an
other pooling of rates?
We note that two things are neces
sary to constitute it good member of
Hits so-called "independent" party in
this iieighboiliood. One is t sub
scribe and pay for a paper which is
probably of no earthly use, tho other
is never to "bolf any candidate, the
most preposterous, reseateil by the
TIiuiaw over the I'acillc railroads
recalls the fact that in the near futiiio
congress will be asked to pay its atten
tion to the Nicaraguan canal. Ameri
cans should take care that the, llasco f
tho roads Is not repeated in the case of
the canal. Hotter no canal at all than
one bought by thu government and be
longing to another Dates Ames.
Ii is n curious fad to note that I'op
tilist Hitchcock, whoso paper is thV ex
ponent of "equal rights to all, special
privileges to none," Is found in Lincoln
lobbying mark tho word for an ap
propriation of :).ri0,000 for the benefit
of Omaha financially, anil the rest of
thu state will Miy in tho way In which
the peacock gains most delight. And
there is another incidental special
privilege, probably $20,000 will go for
There is a wide difference of opinion
in congress as to the wisdom of choos
ing Senator Sherman to bo secretarrof
stato under tho coming administration.
Mr. Sliorman's temperament is shcIi
that he has never been and could not
bo a popular man, in tho common ac
ceptance of the term "popular." While
everybody admits his extensive know
ledge anil experience, thcro nru many
iiienjovon among his party associates
who doubt his success in handling our
foreign relations, which of Into years
havu stencil to grow more complicat
ed mid difficult all thu time. His
enemies, nud he has many, suy that he
has made a failm-ci ns chairman of tho
senate committeo on foreign telatiens,
and point out that only tho other day
that committee wuh criticised iu an
executive session of the senate an al
most unheard of thing for the manner
it had handled the Cuban question.
The belief, which is general, that Mr.
Sherman was virtually forced into bo
coming secretary f state by the
exigencies of Ohio politics, will notndd
anything to his prestige.
Senator Chandler, actiag for Senator
Wolcott, chairman of tho republican
caucus committee, has introduced the
bill prepared by that committee,
authorizing the piesidcnt, after March
4.. 1897, to appoint representative! to
any international conference, called by
tho U. S. or nny other country, "with a
view to securingby international agree
ment, a lixity of relative value between
golii and silver as money, by meaus of
a common ratio between those metals,
wltli freo mintage at such ratio." It
will pass without opposition.
Few harsher criticisms against an
individual have appeared in a report
from a congressional committeo than
Hint iu a report madu by tho senate
naval committee several days ago, on
the cost of making armor plates. This
report says: "The evil consequences
likely to result from allowing navy
ollicet s tube interested in patents, or
employed by tho owners thereof, are
well illustrated by the facts which ap
peared to the co uuiittee concerninti
Commander Win. M. Foglcr, lain chief
of the htucau of oidiiui.ce, navy do
partment, and hi.s connection from be
ginning to end with what is known as
the Harvey pi ocev for face burdening
amior for naval vc-.fl, mid the
various patents iMied theiefur." Tho
report recites the as.Manct given the
llurvoy company by Kolgcr in ,i
official capacity, and say iu plain
words that It wai given to get the
lucrative employment from the com
puny, which Kolgcr has had since he
resigned from thu navy, it also gives
other iiihUucos of Kolgei's having been
in private employ while in the navy.
In 1871 he went to Kurope as agent for
tlm Hauling (itiu company, and drew a
salary as such for two years. Later bo
was empUyed by the SuiiomU Hulling
Machine company, receiving as pay
both money and stock iu the company,
ami afterwards by the American Pro
Congressional intorcst is greater in
tho settlement of tho l'ucilio Railroads
question than it was before thu Iiouhb
defeated thu funding bill, but it is
doubtful whether tho conlllcting
opinions can be sufficiently reconciled
to gel any legislation. It nil depouds
upon the house. Thu soiiHtu committee
has unanimously agreed to Senator
dear's bill, providing for a commission
oi memoersot the cabinet to settle the
indebtedness of llio l'tiullio Uailrouils,
and deiermino how it shall be paid,
with an amendment, olYuul by Senator
Morgan, reserving to congicis tho
right to i-i-gtiliito'iiiitl prcMMioociiaiges
made by those 'ipads aid all other
rights it has tinder existing lmv. This
bill hns been reported to tiie sfimte,
but no clTort will be made tt pnb it
tuilii tlu house acts upon a similar bill
now iu committee. If the bouse docs
nothing, the tuptter will be left for the
executive branch of the government to
deal with The attei'Hcy general Is
now working on tlw papers that will be
needed In the proceedings for fore
closuiepf t lie government mortgage.
If the free lioaiastead bill, which was
last week passed by the senate, is kill
ed in the house committee on public
lands, where It now is, Its friends will
Maine Speaker Heed, and accuse him
of being in sympathy with thu entrii
oppHsillon to the bill. When the bill
was originally reported fiom the house
committee on public lands, It only pro
vided for f ri homesteads in Oklahoma,
and it required hard work to get the
fiiTorublo report, which had only a
majority of one in the committee.
The house passed tho bill as It wn re
ported, nn the senate has added
amendments extending the free home
steads t all lauds acquired fiom
Indians When the bill went back to
the house, Speaker Heed referred it to
thncoiuiniltew on public lane's for con
sideration of the senate amendments.
Is it "overwork" that has (Hied this
country with nervous dyspeptics?
that takes the lle.sli oil their beues, the
vitality from their blood, and makes
them feeble, emaciated? No. It Is
bad cooking, overeating of indigestible
stuff, anil other health-destroying
The remedy is an artificially digested
food such as the Shaker Digestive Cor
dial. Instead of irritating the already
inflamed stomach the cordial gives it a
chance to rest by nourishing tho sys
tem itflolf aad digestingjother food taken
into it. Se flesh and strength roturu
Is not Hie idea rational. Tho cordial
is palatable and relieves unmediatly.
No money risked to docldeon its value.
A 10 cent trial bottle does that.
Laxol is the best medicine for
children. Doctors recommend it in
place of Castor Oil.
Pleaching at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday school at 11:30.
Junior League at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 0:30.
Evening service at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Chapel Sunday school at 3 p.m. each
Tho public is invited to all these ser
vices. Hkv. J. M. Dahiiv, Pastwr.
Her. S. Williams, the popular minis
ter of Kiverton will preach in this
church next Sunday morning and
evening. The morniug subject will be
"The Drawing Power." Evening,
"Short Beds nud Narrow Spreads."
Morniug servicu at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday schovl 11:45 a.m.
Junior Society of C. E. 4 p.m. '
Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p.m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7: 30.
All are invited to these services.
Young men especially invited to tho
Sunday evening service.
0. E. Tiuknou, Pastor.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school 11:30 a. in.
Young People's society at 0:30. Sub
ject, "The Call of Matthew Folio at
Me." This is to be a special servico of
the young people. Musio will be fur
nishuil by the male quartet and ladies
Following this meeting at 7:30, the
pastor will preach to tho young peo
pie, taking us his subject the motto of
the society, "Loyalty to Christ at All
Times in All Things." All young men
and young women nru especially in
vited to this service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30.
C. H.Wki.dkn, Pastor.
Services Sunday morniug tit 11
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Services in the evening at7:30.
The piogrcssive ladies of Westlield,
lud., Usued a "Woman's Edition," of
the Westlield News, bearing the date
of April 3, 181)0. Tho paper is lilled
with matter of interest to women, and
we notice the following from a corres
pondent, which the editors printed,
realizing that it treats upon a matter
of vital importance to their sex: "Tho
best remedy for croup, colds and
bronchitis that 1 have been able to lind
is Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy. tor
family use it lias no equal. I gladly
recommend it." 25 and 00 cent bottles
for sale by II. E. Grice, Druggist.
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One hundred a id si.xty acres of un
inipri.vid land, tour lilies northwest
of lied Clotu!Nohr, Terms cash, Ap
ply ii', Miis Jams Kikkw'k D, .'nil-.
'" tyi'v ! i','" "V!"
Hooiu 7 has No 8 this week.
The Kindergarten has the banner.
Mr. Yelsor called Friday afternoon.
(ti'ticiu Krisbie was a pleasant little
visitor last Friday.
Aitu Smelser an old time pupil visit
ed iu the 0th aad 7th room Tuesday.
Mr. Overlng Is a teacher of art as
well as science. One bov's lesion was
a study in black (the corner.)
Otto Pope came up to .say good bye
Wednesday. Ho has n position as
traveling man. Wo cannot afford to
lose any more of our already few
The literature class linMnkuti up tho
study of Washington livings wciki.
This author becomes more popular
with thu pupils ns 'they learn more of
The Cicero class have taken up the
Philllplcs. This is only a samploof the
Latin work done in our scIiohI ami
shows great progress en the part of the
Seniors. e are proud of them.
Tlie(5ennietry ligures present quite
a complicated iiieshwor!, but tin
seniors t-cwm to disentangle them iu
their minds and wind the knowledge
gained thereby into their fast nlnrg
ing reasoning powers.
Irene Miner brought quite a curiosity
Tuesday iu the shape or a.small porous
jar which was tilled with water. On
the outsido adhered blue grass seed
which were growing by the moisttite
couductvd through the jar.
Miss McClelland has been reading
Cnnaii Doylo to the seventh room
pupils in place of singing. These are
stories to which one must pay the
strictest attention in order to get and
enjoy the philosophising and proceed
ings of the chief character, Sherlock
Tho philosophy class is tukiiigsouiid.
One division treats of musical instru
ments. Tuesday tho organ was brought
in and taken apart to Hud out whether
or not there were pipes in common
organs, also to demonstrate more
accurately the principles of vibtnlion
Tlinrsday morning the chemistry
class performed nn experiment of de
composing water by menus ef metallic
.sodium. An explosion was the result
of the oxygen and hydrogen coming in
There will be a meeting of t lie Far
mers' institute held at Cowles Thurs
day, January 28th, 18H7. A large at
tendance i3 desired D. J. MvKtts,
Mrs. Peter Jensen is very sick.
O. E. Ramoy sold his steers Monday.
Hank Wisecarver was iu this vicinity
Otto Jensen was transacting business
in Hastings tho other day.
Miss Eva Mutkin was tho guest of
Miss Grace Bean Sunday.
Anna Gcuseii is visiting friends iu
the north part of the state.
William and J. Brctthauer were vis
iting at J. Beau's last Monday.
Morris Sharp of Superior was hero
last week shaking hands with old
A. Phillips bought forty-live head of
hogs and a horse from A. N. Wilson
the other day.
Peter and Ellis Jespersou from
Ellis county Kansas were here visiting
among old neighbors last week.
Mrs, Anna Gage, wife of Ex
Deputy U. S. Marshal,
Columbus, Kan.! says i
."I was delivered
of TWINS in
less than 20 min
utes and w i t h
scarcely any pain
after using only
two bottles of
gp ITIU i llbllV
DID NOT SUFFER AFTEItWARD.
IVSantby lCxpi.MoriiiHll, on receipt of nrlc
Hl.OO per huttle. Iloult "TO MOTI1UKS"
BBiDFIKI.ll ItKOULATOlt CO., ATLANTi, Qk.
SOLD 1JY ALL. DltUGGISTS.
ItKt'OIlT OK TIIK CONDITION
or tuk t
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
iU licit Clmnl, In tho Stntu of Ncliruskn, nt tho
clO!C()f liiihltiesn Ik't'cmtier Jllxt, 18'JO
I.OHim mill Dhcoiiiita liUttl !
lYcnlrnflH. porwred mill unsecured..
County mid city wurrnut -.
ItiiiikliiK limite fiirnlturo nnil llxlureit.
chfekf nml oilier chhIi Hems
Un from other nntlaunl.
tttnte mid private bank
ami tiankem I I3,70rt 44
Six-cte 2.272 M
Nlrklca uh) rentH 13 U)
Hlllatr other bunkH 1.810 iki
I.ckrI teniler notew ............. l,(Ki IX)
Totnl iiith on Imud
C,llttl "took nli III r fA,IU) IM
Vinllviiieil rotlt 0,K17 HS
IlidlMUinu iiepoHiia miujcci
to check .O.H84 07
Deruiiiid cert 111 en I cu of do
no.lt .. l
Time ceittllciilen of ojKult.. H.y.'a 00- .tti.tUS 76
Totnl K2.I0I f4
State Nrhiunka, I...
t'uiinty of WelMitir,
1. V. A. sliemtiod. crtxulcr of the
ulxnu imnu'il lunik, do holemuly hwenr Hint llio
iihoiu HitU'iiU'iit In truo to tliu U'A of in) knowl
edKf ond belief. ... , ,, , ,
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.1 I.. MiMUt. Iilrtetor
V. l MiMiii, i'lrevloi
MiUaerlbod Mini woru to brfnK me tlilhtUh
ilnVof Jiiinmri. ntor,
ItAMWU'ii "rtn.NiTT, iiiuy rubllc.
My fbim)'ljttMi txpirti r Mii; s, Ji,.
The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain. Cures
permanently Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Sprains, Cuts, Bruises, Scalds, Burns, Swellings,
Backache or any other pain. SALVATION OIL
is sold everywhere for 35 cts. Refuse substitutes.
tow UNGE'S PLUGS. Tt Brut Tokicce AtKIti,toc. Dukn or nilAC.Meir C BtHo.,M,
During the JVIonth
of January, .
ti'l; I the Inie
All goods marked in plain ligurei.
Our prices the lowe..
Thi Is an ellort iu your behalf. Kmhriiee H.
Cincinnati Cash Shoe Store.
II6 J or Corn
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
KKKSH VKUKTA1H.KS AND KKUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SKASON.
Harness! Harness! Harness!
J. O. BUTLER,
The Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red 'Cloud. Prices right for cash.
POULTRY - WANTED !
Th Atasou of th raar has arrived when you will h prevailed upon by
NUMEROUS COMMISSION HOUSES U forward them
fiit consignments f
POULTRY, - GAME, - BUTTER, - EGGS,
PURS, HIDBS, PBLTS, BTS..
Take n chances but ship direct to the old establishes linn of
J. - -A. - MoCutolieon - & - Co,,
12a South Water St., Chicago, III.
Tliejr will five tu tp prices ami quick returns. Writ thain fr quotations
KEFERENCE First National Bank, Cuban, Illinois
AT MRS 1'. NliWIlOUSli'S
I N ? T R K D E
The liutt linoof
Ice Wools, Woolen Squares
And prettier and cheaper than ever
Many other things suitable for Xmas Presents.
All my Pi e Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.
limHaB ! iiiiHLM MvBki
'I Wiral iH H H H H BTSj
1 1 i Bja ! kat ''k'ljBjj
Careats,and TradcMarki obtained and all Pat-;
eat Dtuineia conducted tor MaorRATC rtt
oun orriec is OrrcaiTc U, s. patcnt orriot
andwecantecure patent la leu tuao uaa tni
remote from Waihinton.
Send model, drawins or photo., with descrlp-'
tlon. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
chmrra. Our fee not due till natent la aeeured.
i A PAMPHLCT, " How to Obtain Patenu," with
coat oi hub in mo u. e. uu iuvcju kuuumici
tent free. Addreaa, I
OM. PATINT OrriCt. WatHINQTON. D. c.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Wu will exchange shoes
for corn at 1 1 cents per
bushel. Corn to be deliv
ered when goods are purchased..
and most complete.
iix Tract. lift
;iwl Ambov Flour
- FOR - CORN
DICK BliOS QUIKCY BffiU
ALWAYS ON TAP
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