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lMJfi RED CLOUD UHLIU, JfKJLDAl. Fifiit. 26, 1897.
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Oue year 1100
8)i monthi SO
PUBLISHED EVKRT FRIDAY
Zntered at She po.t office at Red Cloud, Neb. as
itcond class mall matter.
With all its boasted dignity nnd de
liberation the Senate is not nbovc a bit
of claptrap now and than. In view of
its studied ignoring of the inhuman out
rages in Cuba, right, at our doors, so to
speak, its latest effort ia this line the
adoption of a rcstlutlon expressing
sympathy witk Greece for its stand in
behalf of liberty in far away Crete was
about its worst. As long as nothing is
to bo done for tho cause of liberty in
Cuba, it would seem to bo good tasto to
say nothing nbont liberty elsewhere.
The House Comniitteo on Coinage
has favorably reported the Sonnte Inter
national monetary conference bill, but
it has added amondments which may
cause the bill to fail, net because of
opposition, but for lack of time. It is
tho opinion of nearly everybody that
there is ouly a meagre chance for any
legislation other that) that which can bo
put oa some appropriation of the ses
sion. Thcro is much work yet to be
done on several of the appropriation
bille, and a disposition, especially in
the House, to wranglu over small Items.
An amendment ollercd to tho sundry
civil appropriation bill iu tho Senate,
may have a fur-reaching clrect upon
the federal oftico-huldum, if it should
bo adopted. It authorizes the president
to examine and review all the rules
promulgated since lho,passago of the
Civil Service Act, nnd to revise, modi
fy, or enlarge them iu accordance with
the conditions of good administration
nnd the true purpose of.the act. Tliore
is no doubt about tho mcaniug of this
amendment. It is intended to open the
way for the appuiutmsut of a larger
number of men in political sympathy
with the incoming (administration.
There are. however, a number of repub
licans who regrul tint this amendment
has been brought forward. Tuoy claim
that the President already has the au
thority it proposes to confer, and they
like not tho intimatioajcurrted by the
amendment that he has not.
There will bo some very spirited talk
ing iu the House when tho Naval Ap
propriation Hill, just completed, is tak
en up, but time and the rules will pre
vent its being long drawn out.It is
expected that tho principal light will be
against tha item of $7,720,000 for armor
plate for vessels previously authorized ,
The olsjuctiou to the item is that it vir
tually authorizes a coutiuuaucu of tho
monopoly of the Hotlilehom and Carn
egie Compinies; notwithstanding the
proof before the Committee thattthc.se
companies sold to Russia for $240 a ton
exactly tho samo grade of armor that
thoy charged tho U. S. f. 130 Jit ton for.
Tito ignoring of the ofTjr of the Ills.
Steel Company, ouo of the largest con
floras of its kind, to enter iuto u con
tract to furnish the Government all the
armor plate it will require for the noxt
twenty years at a uniform prico of $-.'40
a ton, is not liked a nll.aUoproscutu
tiro Hill of Missouri, a inombor of tho
Naval Committee Is expootodjto lead
the tight against this item of Jthe bill.
It is already evident that a strong ef
fort is going to bo made to induco
President UoKinloy to Jrevoko Presi
dent Clevelauds rocent order abolisking
nine pension agencies. Tennessee and
Kentucky republicans are'al ready tak
ing steps to bring the matter to Presi
dent McKinley's attention just as soon
as he assumos office, and they will prob
ably be joluod by o therefrom J states in
which agoucies were abolished. A Sen
ator who has not committed himself
said: "If tho argiitnontsjadvanccd for
the abollshmoutof half ofjthojpousion
agencies aregaod, Ihon'till .of them
should bo abolished, and.the'checks for
pouslous bo unllud dlrectfrom Wash
ington; at least, that is the way it
strikes mo now. I may thlnkJdiQ'erent
ly when 1 have tlinu to loolc'deepor into
tho subjoct than I have boon able to do
up to this time."
Tho Senate Committee on Public
Lands has began nil investigation of
the Issuing by tho Intel lor Department
of a land patent for2!J,000acros in Flor
ida to Mr: Perrlnc, the present husbnnd
of Mrs. Cleveland's mother, as the heir
of Dr. Henry Perrliie, deceased, to
whom the original grant was issued.
The settlers on the land claim that tho
original grant was legally forfeited
nearly forty years ago, and threaten to
carry the case into the courts unless
tho patent is recalled.
Tho aecoptanco of tho presidency of
Washington ami Lee University by
Postmaster General Wilson will place
thatgentlemau back iuto an element
that Is far bolter suited to lilni.iiiCt al y
and physically, that the burly burly of
active politics which he enteied when
lie became n member of the House a
few years ngo. He was not cut out
for a politician, and must have real
ized It many times, while iu the educa
tional Held he will be peifeelly at
home. He has made no personal ene
mies during his public career although
he has often been 'on the unpopular
1 o w c'tv
Wiener. We give same guarantee as
The people of Hastings and Kearney
are at present sitting up late keeping
watch for an air ship which is tap
posed to be making semi-occasional
flights in that vicinity. The what-evor-it-is
hat a bright light that can be
teen for several miles, ard generally
disappears in tho north or northwest,
to ro-appear at some future time.
While ;it may be ttito that sotuo
Nebraska inventive genius has solved
the problem of aerial ilight, we think
it would be a good idea to have itclrcle
over n larger area in order to convince
some skoptics However if anyone
sees a bright light iu tho heavens don't
think It is the angel Gabriel coming to
blow his horn, but try and lind out if
there is an nirship fastened auywhero
to it. California may have an air shin
but its "durned" hard lo get uhead of
the inventive Nubrask.ii editor.
There are some supposed newspaper
men iu the legislature who are favoring
the reduction of the price paid for
legal notices. If these reformers who
wish to save the eastern money Ioauers
from paying too much for this work
will also make a law to require the
parties who give out the legal to pay
foritassoonus tho allldavit of publi
cation is made out nnd tiled, the pub
Usher will not kick much. This is tho
only debt wo know of which can run
lor years without interest being
cnurgeu increoii. Many n publisher
has gono to heaven with a number of
unpaid legal notice bills in his grip.
Of Seven Day Advontists tit Lincoln,
Nubraska, February 8th, to March 8th,
1807. For above occasion, following
rates and arrangements will apply.
Fare and a third on the certificate plan
from all points to Lincoln, Neb., and
return. Cortilicates issued on Feb. 7,
15, 22 and March 1, only. Will e
honored for returu ut tho reduced rate,
under the usual ccrtilieato plan rules'.
A. Conovkii, Agt.
To Benefit Others.
The Editor or Tha Bloomfistd Iowa Farmsr
Wrltss of the Good Dona by
OR. MILES' NEW HEART OURE.
THEBB ABB a great many unsellsh
men and women who wish otbera to
know what baa restored them to
health and happiness. Hr.O.F. Davis, pub
Usher ot one of the best newspapers In Iowa,
writes from Bloomfleld la., Aug 18 IBM. "My
desire to benefit other prompt me to write
this. We bar used Dr. Mile' Remedies In
my lamily for nearly two yean with most
gratifying result. W
would'ot now do with
out them. My wife bad
been weakly and dowa
nearly every summer
for the past Stteea
years. Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure Is exactly what
IU namo lmpllost a
Buro euro for a weak, fluttering, palpitating
heart, and Dr. Miles' Nervo and Liver Pills
are most excullont."
Dr. Miles' Remedies aro sold by all drug
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottlo
bonoflU or money refunded. Hook ou Heart
and Nerves scut froo to all applicants.
DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Bo' - -
IIKHB AND TIIEKE.
Ton Tiiade A flno gold watch for ti
cow, and n homo for a bugKy. For
particulars inqulro nt this office.
Look out for Alba Hoywood, tho
prince of comedians, at the opera
house soon. A great treat fer our citi
zens. Giindeniian's Lice Killer sold by
Catling, always kills the llco but never
the chlckeus. Equally good for horses
Chicago Is holding the tmlin nowa
days as the greatest hold-up city in
any country. It is worse than the
H. T. Whlto has ptirclmsod tho J. V.
Thompson placo. no. M 32-3-0 in Hon-
vor Crook precinct, tho consideration
being ubout $2,000.
Wo received this week it largo slico
about tho slzo of it quarter of the
one orange which ripotied on the stuiill
treo belonging to Mrs. J. A. lioyd.
Tho Kansas legislature is like the
city of Omaha, considerably hoggish in
Itsi iifilm-n mill linvn liil r.wl n., . I .. I. ill
providing that their wives bo made
ciciks at pay oi vo per any.
S. W. Usher, father of Grunt Ushei
formerly of this city, has sold his farm,
nursery nnd other Interests at Warren,
Illmi.i, nnd will soon como west to
invest in western propcuy.
A. M.T.Miller of Goshen. Indiana.
in writing to friends here statos that a
number in that vicinity are intending
coming west in mo spring to invest in
property nnd locate now homes.
On Wednesday a Home Missionary
Kally will be held in the Congrega
tional church, commencins at 10 a. m
Rev. Warfleld, D. D., of Omaha, and
ivev. ji. nross, u. u., ljinooin, are ex
pected to be present. All welcome.
List of letters remaining uncalled
at the post office at Red Cloud. Neb.
raska, for the week ending February
Deering, John Ladyius, Mr.
Manning, Lewis Osborn. Chas.
Parsons, C. H. Robins, Angle
Wharton, Jas. Wilson, John A.
These letters will be sent to the dead
Iflttar nfllpp Mnroli 19lh If nnl .IU,t
or before. Fkank W. Cowden. P.M.
It is KottiuR so now that one news-
paper office of the city keens a renre-
sontativo ou tho street continually for
tho purpose of maligning its contemp
oraries. It is an old snyinc that mis-
err likes nomnimv nml tlm nilcomliln
bank wreckers of the past uro doing
buslllOSH under tbn hnnin rnof If utiv
of theso fellows give you a talk against
I 111! i;iIIKK tlCIf II I 111 If lin nrnp i-nlilin.1 ..
bank or is trying to .skin his uoighbors
under the cloak of Christianity.
Pleaching nt 10:30 a.m.
Sunday school at 11:30.
Junior League at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 0:30.
Preaching nt 7:30.
Chapel Sunday school at 3 p.m. each
Prayer and praise service on Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Thcsacrument of baptism will take
place at close of preaching Sunday
The Sunday evening services will be
of a revival nature.
A welcome is extended to all who dc
siro to make their church homo with
Rkv. J. M. Dahhy, Paster.
Services Sunday morning nt 10:30.
Subject "The Church, Its Mission iu
Sunday School at 11:30.
Junior union nt 3 p. in.
Baptist Voting People's Union at
8:30 p. m.
Evening services at 7:30 p. in. Sub
ject, "Tho Bible; is It God's Word or
Tho spccinl services which began
this week will b'o continued over Sun
day and during next week. Interest
in the meetings is deepening from
night to nijht. All aro invited to be
present at these meetings. Especially
do we invite the lartro class of intelli
gent business and professional men
who seldom go to church.
C. It. Wklden, Pastor.
Morning service at 10:30 Subject,
"Showers and Blessings."
Sunday sohool 11:45.
Junior socioty of O. E. moots at 4
o'clock, led by Mrs. J. O. Butler j toplo
"How Docs Jesus Help Yemt" This
socioty is for tho bonclit of the little
folks. All young folks invited.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:80. Topic, "From
What Does Christ Save Men?" Thle
tocloty Is devoted to interest and help
young people aud A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Evening service at 7:80. Subjoct,
"Tho Two Ways. Which?"
Prayer meeting Wedaosday evening
Wo desiro to make our services help
ful to all, and so invite you to bo present-
O. E. Ticknok, Pastor.
Suudity school at 10 o'clock.
A general muss nicotine will bo hem
nt-1 p. in.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend theso services.
ItKV. Hall. Pastor.
The seventh room has No. G.
Mr. Oveiing was absent from sckool
Monday on account of illness.
Lottie Deitkin, Bertha and Albert
Keouey returned from Cnwles, Tues
Maud Chnsa was visiting Monday
maruiiig in the high room.
Mrs. Cutter and sister visited in the
sixth room Tuesday.
George Oveiing was seeu up at high
school Tuesday evening.
Leonard Smith was a pleasant caller
Mr. Winters called Monday after
noon. The Ciesar class bid adieu to Ciesar
Wednesday and was Introduced t
Cicero. This class is out of Caesar
fourteen weeks ahead of any other m
the history of the schools.
Last Monday iu observation of
Washington's birthday thu 4th and Ctli
rooms were elaborately decorated and
appropriate exercises had. Several
ladies came to visit lliem.
Tho Toronto plan N adopted In tho
schools. Those who nre is good stand
ing aro dismissed a little early and the
others remain for n short extra session.
Veuira will for a tune surrender the
Come ami sec the greatest
lino of neckwear ever shown
just boing opened at Wieners.
Notioo to Teachors.
Notice is hereby given that I will ox-
amine nil persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
teacher of tlm iinlilln ol,rlo . i..
county, at Red Cloud on the third Sat-
uruay oi eacn mouiu.
Specinl examinations will be held on
the Friday nrnenndino tlm !til Knim-Hoo
of each tnenth.
The standing desired for i& and 3d
grade certificate is the same no grade
below 70 tion-ont. nvuratritRA nnt. iunl.
for first grade certificate no grade'.bo-
iow ow per cent., average w per cent in
all branches regurred by law.
if. M. HUNTKR,,County SupU
We have numprotm innnlripa In p.
gard to S.S. S. in cases of internal
cancers, such as cancer of the womb,
stomach and bowels. When the dis
ease attacks these organs, the doctors
generally admit that it Is incurable.
We make no boast of what S. S. S. will
do in such cases, as the following let
ters we feel are worth more than vol
umes of claims that we might make.
Bead them carefully :
Nobwicr, CoNa Deo. 80, 1890.
The Swift Sriciric Co.,
Gbmtlzmix: Will you kindly mall
me your book on blood poison, akin
diseases and cancer? My mother, 70
to 76 year of age, has a cancer in the
rectum. Two of our best doctors here
have given her up, and tay the tooner
the die the better for herself, and if
the Uvea long she will die in agony.
While I do not know that they art)
wrong in their opinions, I am not tat
tilled with them, and believe your
8. 8. B., if it does not cure her, will at
least relieve her to the will die peace
fully. I got her ttarted on your
8. 8. 8. yesterday, and what I want of
your book it poinU at to bathing or
Injecting. Will be pleased to bear
from you toon.
Yourt very truly,
G. L. Cbosokovs,
Box 164, Norwich, Conn.
Noawxow. Rok.. rh a iM
Taa Swirr Sricino Co.,
Gbntlxmkn : When I wrote yosj
the latter part of December, my
mother was, according to the honett
belief of three phyticlans, on her
deathbed; the could not retain either
food or medicine on her stomach, and
it did not teem reasonable to think
there was anything 'but death to re
lieve her. The doctora Informed us
the had a cancer in the lower bowel
and there waano cure for her. Sha
showed tuoh vitality for a person to
be- to near death we thought thera
ust be tomethlng to help her.antl
readlag of othera belag saved by the
ate ot your 8. 8. 8.. we thought it
would do no bars, if not tome root,
to try it, to w informed fatr or he?
MndlMon. Inst mm mhm Antnrm ttmA i.
formed ut, and left it with her to try
Sour remedy or not, at the taw li,
be oonoluded to try it and from tho
rat dote or two, the began to brighter
op, and Improve; the can now get up.
dreat and help herself, and can tat
rerythinf or anything the want and
o dlstreu from It, We all feel quite
bopefHl that the cancer will patt away
! due time by tha ute of your 8. 8. &,
wblob ab wlfi bow fladly tak. Yoii
sty aatkt thli letter at public at yoa
hoote, and the more to the better, m
too rnuoh pralae can aot ba givta yoar
valuable remedy. "
GBO. Ii. CbOIOBOTB.
The above limit a lample of the many
letters w receive dally" ! regard to
wloaa deep-teated blood disease
which other remedlea do not touob.
Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula.Eo
aema, Rheumatism, and Tetter, art! ob
stinate blood diseases, and only a real
blood remedy will have any effect what
ever upon them. 8. 8. 8. (otioronfsed
pwrtly vegetable) is a real blood remedy
and never falls tooureany disease bay'
ing its origin in the blood, it matters
not what other treatment has failed.
Valuable books can bo obtained by ad
dressing Tho Swift SpeoWo Co., Atlan
The leading liniment of the age, rapidly cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and all pains. For Cuts,
Sores, Burns, Sprains and Bruises it is invaluable.
SALVATION OIL should be in every house, it costs
only 25 cents. Insist on getting it. Take no other.
CMwUNGE'S PLUGS. The rit Tobscco Antidote. 10c. Dealers or maD.A.C.Msitr & Co..BIU..IM.
We Are On Hand
With the largest stock of SPUING SHOES
iu the City.
Wg Defy Corrjpotitior in Low Prices.
Excellent Wearing Qualities, Style aqd Fit.
Ladies Oxfords, Neat and Stylish Shapes, $1.00.
Ladies Shoes at $1.00, $1.85, $1.C0 aud $1.75.
Ladies Extra Flue Vlci KM,, llcxlblo toe, heol foxed, all shapes,
plain ami patent tips, t'J.00.
Children's Dougola Button, 8 2-11 and 12-2, 75c nnd $1.00.
Children's Grain Button. 8 2-11 and 12-2, 00c and $1.00.
Boys Heavy Buff Shoes, $1.00 nnd $1,25.
Boys Flno Dress Shees, $1.15 and $1.85.
Mou's Bucklo Side or Congress Plow Shoes, $1.20.
Examine our stock befor you buy. Courteous attention
whether you buy or not.
Cincinnatti Cash Shoe Store.
A. H. KALEY, Proprietor.
Harness! Harness! Harness!
We are making Special Inducements on Harness this spring.
We are selling harness to correspond with corn. Fol
lowing you will find a few of the articles we are selling.
i--inch Harness from $19 to $25,
i--inch Harness from $20.50 to $29.
An t Sweat Pads from 45c to 65c per pair.
All other goods in proportion. Call and be convinced
J O. JBsLrrriyBR, Prop.
City Dray and Express Line. 1
. ROSS St RIFE. PROS. V
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR ADATS EXPRESS CO.
Humboldt, Minnesota and Amboy Floor
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
POUIvTRY - XT A IV 1MB I I
The season of the year bus arrived when you will be prevailed unon hv
NUMEROUS COMMISSION HOUSES ti forwnrd them J
your consignments f
POULTRY, - GAME, - BUTTER, - EGGS
PURS, HIDES. PELTS, BTS
Take ue chances but ship direct to tho old cslablishce firm of
J - - - MoOiitolxeon. m Co.;
iaa South Water St., Chicago, III. '
They will Vtl'!c?8nd quick returns. Write them for quotations
KErERhNOh tiBST National Bank. Cuicage, Illinois.
RiVIRjS IUMBER CO.,
lillHBH and COM,
BuildLinfK Material, to.
RED OLOTJD, - - NEBRASKA.
OUR SPEClALITES FOR '97
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WOWBHS RND BINDeRS,
EAGLE LISTERS and
FAMOUS OHIO Sulky or
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Charges as low as the Lowest.
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