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JL'HK KED OLOPD JHlJtiL JTliiDAl, APRIL 9. 1897.
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.Mood bihiii sound health. With pure,
risb, healthy blood, the stomach and di
gestive organa will be vigorous, and tkere
will be no dripepaU. Rheumatism and
Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula an
Bait Rbeum will disappear. With pure
Your nerves will be strong, and your
sleep sound, aweet and refreshing.
Heod'a Bsrsaparllla make puro blood.
That la why It ouree so many diseases.
Tbat la why so many thousands take it
to cure disease, retain good health, pre
vent slckneee and suffering. Remember
In the One True Mood Purifier. It per bottle.
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nOOd S PUIS take, easy to operate, ac.
w. l. McMillan.
PUBLISIIBD KVKItV F1UDAY
Entered at the pott office at Ited Cloud, Nob. as
second class mall matter.
The civil service rules mny be liken
ed to n punching bag in a public gym
nasium, und tho senntors nuil repre
sentatives to the punchers. Whether
thoy can punch the bag to pieces is yet
to be scon. Tho soiiato civil sorvico
committee is propnrlng to make an ex
haustive investigation ef tho workings
of ttru civil son-Ice uiwlur tlio.se rules,
hut that isn't gulag fimt enough for
souio of the opponents of Mr. Cleve
land's numerous extensionsof tho rule,
und Representative Corliss, of Mich.,
bus offered a joint resolution providing
fer thu repeul of every extension innilo
under the lust udmlnlstralion. Mr.
Oorllt tried to get iminedlato consider
atlou for thu resolution, but Sponker
Reed would not Imvo It Hint way, so It
has gone to join the numerous blllsand
resolutions wliloh are awaiting Hie up
ointment of this bou.su committees.
Mr. Corliss says that President Mo
Klnley lias the autliorlty to rescind
those rules, but tbat ho thinks it would
only bo right for congresx to'nssumo
the responsibility of doing so.
Tho bouse is taking tilings quite easy
since tho passago of the tariff bill. It
met Saturday but only remained in
session a abort time, during which it
adopted the joiut resolution to charter
n vessel to carry the grain which has
been contributed to fainino 'stricken
India by citizens of the United States.
It then adjourned until Woilucsday,
and tho present understanding Is that
It will only meet Wednesdays ami Sat
urdsys until tho senate acts on tho
Members of thu seuate committee on
liuanco are working night and day on
thotaiiir bill, their intontbii being to
go over the entire bill Item by Item. If
they have arrived at any con
clusions, they have not announced
them, notwithstanding what purport
to be assertions te the contrary. Kow
people bollove that tho clause making
the new duties go Into effect April 1,
will bo In the bill when it passes tho
onate, although it may be left in until
just before thu llnal vote is taken, for
the purpose ol keeping down importa
tions. The western senators who have been
so vigorously protesting against the
order UmisiI by President Cleveland
just before the close of his term, setting
apart twenty-one forest reservations
In tho wct have partially gained their
polut. The national forestry commis
sion has been summoned' to Washing
ton to talk over tho matter with lrcj,.
dent McKinley, who is already satis
tied that l'lesldent Cleveland's pro
eluinatlon was entirely too comprehen
sive. It is not expected that tho Clove
land order will bo olllelally rescinded,
but that as ouch of the reservations aio
surveyed, the president will ovompt
from tlie provisions of the Cleveland
order snob lands as are of a mineral or
agricultural character, or where bet
tier's right would bo tramplod upon.
It doesn't seem to occur to some of
tho admirers of ox-iecrotary Carlisle
tbat thoy are not adding anytblug to
that Rontlemau's reputation by spread
iug the hows of his having boon em
ployed at a tlboral salary to look after
tho legal iuterests in tho soutborn
states of the great banking establish
ment of J. Piorponl Morgan.
No appointment made by President
McKinley has been moro gonorally
commended than that of Hon. lieu jamin
Buttorworth to bo commissioner of
patents. Although Mr. Buttet worth is
credited to Ohio, from whence ho
originally u:iutu to Washington as a
lIUMnlllir nf llln lumen li I.. .........II.. ..
W9 Oo Jfresidd.i and property owner of Wash
jf5"?' ff 2f jn J?H i Mr Duttonvorili withconunls.
I. - "S" l P,,' during the Arthur
vixl fci'd niun ' i
if ''a? If S'S feU CH,Sh
: wao wade for.
In the house on tho committee oil
patents. It is understood that Presi
dent McKinley bad considerable
dlflculty In persuading Mr. Butter
worth to accept tho place, and that his
incoino will bo less in office than it
would bavo boon out of ofllco. Bo that as
it may, it Is a good thing for those hav
ing business with tho patent ofllco
that ho accepted. That ofllco is badly
lu need of his experience, wide know
ledge of patent law und practice, as
well as of tho prestlgo that a man of
his influence and fame will command.
Tho groat interest in Greece nroused
by tho plucky position the little coun
try now occupies has served to call
attontion to the fact that Greece bus no
minister In Washington, There was a
Greek minister in Washington a few
years ago, and there is a little mystery
connected with bis early departure for
home on a "leave of abieuse," which
linn never expired. Some say that the
Greek government concluded that it
could not afford to keep a minister aid
legation in Washington and quietly
withdrow by the "loavo of absense"
routo, but the story most believed in
Washington is that tho minister, who
adhered to the Greek costume at all
times, left in a dudgeon because he was
followed around the streets by hood
lums and Idlers and comments made
upon his appearance.
Americans are the most inventivo
people on earth. To them bavo bcon
Issued nearly 000,000 patents, or more
than one-third of all tbo patents issuod
In tho world. No discovery of modern
years has been of greater beiielit to
mankind than Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diurrhtcn Itomcdy, or has
done more to rolievo pain or suffering.
J. W. Vaugn, of Oakton, Kj, says: "I
have used Chamberlaia's Colic, Cholera
and Dlarriuea Remedy in my family
for several years, anil tind it to be tho
best medicine I ever used for cramps in
the stomach and bowels. For sale by
U.K. Orlce, Druggist.
That Nebraska uir ship has at last
got down in prohibition Kansas where
"sober" citizens nro seeing it and tele
graphing accounts of their strange
sights to the dally papers of the east.
Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry
St., Alton, 111., suffered with sciatic
rheumatism for over eight months.
Sho doctored for it nearly the whole of
this time, using various remedies rec
ommended by ft lends, aad was treated
by the physicians, but received no re
lief. She then used one and n half but
tlesof Chamborlain's Pain Ualm, which
effected a complclo cure. This is pub
lished at her request as sho wants
others sliniliuiiy afflicted to know what
cured her. Tho 25 and 50 cent sizes
for sale by II. K. Grice, Druggist.
Troes and Plants.
If you want anything in this lino lot
mo know what you want. Strawberry
plants 80c to 40c per hundred or
three hundred for a dollar. All other
stock cheap and good.
L. H. Kust.
SratMO Mkdioini is a necessity
which Mood's Sarsaparilla grandly sup
plies. It purities and vitalises the
blood and thus gives tone and strength
to the whole systim.
Hood's Pim.s are thu only pills to
take wltli Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure
all liver ills.
Wo will pay a salary of $10.00 per
week for man with rig to introduce our
Poultry Mixture and liiseet Destroyer
in the country. Kefereuco required.
Address, with stamp. Pkiikkction
Mko. Co., Parsons, Kansas.
To Benefit Others.
The Editor of The BloomfUld Iowa Farmer
Writes or the Qood Done by
DR. MILES' NEW HEART OURE.
TUERE AHE a great many unselfish
men aud women who wish others to
Know what has restored them to
health and happiness. Mr. O. V. Davis, pub
Usher of one of the best newspapers In Iowa,
writes from DloomQeld la., Aug 18 IBM. "My
desire to benefit others prompts me to write
this. Wo have used Dr. Miles' Remedies la
my family fur pearly two years with most
gratifying result. We
would'nt now do with
out them. My wife had
been weakly and down
nearly every summer
tor tho pat fifteen
years. Dr. Miles' Heart
Ouro Is exactly what
Its nnmo Implies! a
suro euro for a tvoak, (hitterlng, palpitating
heart, anilDr. Miles' Norvo and l.lvcr IMUs
Or Mile' Remedies are- sM iy jU tlnjs-
u i '.i niw y vfun'K'l JW i IK art
and N' i'vc m i five to all ubpll ntg,
DR. MILES MCDIOiUj CO., Elkhart, Iud.
rvTBk j& 'W
V. II.mIIIi vH
saif rtfjstrtn ttjpj
The spring remedy that is
better than all others is
Thousand have Wei cured
by it. Physician use and rec
We have it.
Try a bottle.
Cor. Webster St. & 4th Ave.
Tnt: CitiKr is wearing no sack cloth
and ashes titer tlio election this week,
instead wo have been wearing a hot
sack of salt to tako ottt pleurisy pain.
Wo made our choico of a candidate for
mayor purely on the business princi
ple that the man who docs aot, or has
not matlo his own business a success in
tho past is rot the man to serve tho
public. A man who has in the past ten
years run through with what be has
legitimately made himself, that which
ho has obtained through tho sweat of
tho brow of others and never returned
value received and 011 top of that six
thousand dollars from Undo Sam,
can't receive our supporton any tiekct.
Wo did not make our objections frem a
standpoint of morality, but it soems
that the successful candidate made a
three cornered light first republican
ism, second a moral administration,
ai.M third had the fraternity clubbed
Into submission by a carefully con
ceded story that the parents of a
young man had caught on to his way
ward ti ess and tho matter could bo
lixed up if tho fraternity would do the
right tiling. They did it, ho was elect
ed and uow which promises will lie
keep; Tiik Cuir.r will endeavor to
see that the now mayor is kept ap
prised of ids morality promises during
tho coming administration and will
use its best endeavors to assist him in
tho performance of that duty.
Two years ago It. J. Warren, a drug
gist at Pleasant Brook, N. Y., bought n
small supply of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Ho sums up the result as fol
lows: "At that time the goods were un
known in this section; today Chamber
lain's Cough Itomedy is a household
word." It is tho samo in hundreds of
communities. Whereever tho good
qualities of Chamberlain's Cough
Uemcdy become known to the people
will have nothing elso. For sale by H
E. (trice, Druggist.
Unless the populist legislature ad
journs too soon it will probably con
fer a great favor on Nebraska hogs.
We have understood all along that tho
legislature was supreme us to law. Wo
understand that it now proposes to
control nature unet a bill lias been
been introduced for the abolition of
hog cholera. We hope the bill will be
passed before adjournment, but then
porhaps the adjournment itself would
bo a rare preventive of the disease.
The recount has seemingly failed.
There Is one tangible result, that is
that a populist legislature has declared
the ignorance of tho election ofllcials in
almost every county. Iu Webster
county it was found that the poor
ignorant ofllcials had made 1311 mis
takes aud still when thu supreme
momeuicauie tbo nrrvo failed aud tbo
recount is ended or will be when the
populist supernumeraries who had a
job are paid.
Judge Maxwell has inaugurated two
reforms in tho populist party, ono
when the party were obligctl to follow
his opinion iu the matter of the re
count, the other when he took upon
himself thu objurgations heaped by pop
ulists upon the 'advocates of bounty
and boldly demanded a federal revonuo
for thu Oxuards.
We understand that thero is one gen
tlemau whohearn from last fall's elec
tion only Tuesday. Thoro is another
gentleman who thinks porhaps that ho
may hear from Tuesday's olect Ion whon
a school superintendent is elootod.
Jack should shed no tears becauso
tho city money will not bo counted in
his presence this year, but go to meet
Alexander und Und other worlds to
Now is thu timo to breathe easy
there wont bu another city election until
npxt year, and the populist legislature
is almost through
Those who vuted for Jaol: WaMt aud
-hlmwilksilid not siicuci'd but that was
.iiiii . J.itk'- t.mii.
Dr. PrJcu'ri Cniaui Bnklujj Powder"
U'otWoilr Illicit Mc-doUnd Diploma.
Preaching at 10:30 a 111.
Sunday school tit 11:80.
Junior league at 4 p.m.
Senior leaguo nt 7:80.
Preaching by tho pastor at 8:90.
Chapel Sunday school at 3:00.
Chapel prayer meeting Saturday at
Prayer and praise service Wednesday
Kbv. J. M. IMmt, Pastor.
Sermon Subjects at the Christian
Church April 11th. Morning, "Our
Peculiar Position". Evening, "Tho
Dross, Tho Crescent and Tho Crown.
A kindly welcome to all.
L. A. HussoNO.
Services Sunday morning at 10:30.
Sunday School nt 11:30.
Junior Union at 2:30 p in.
Baptist Young People's Union at
0:30 p. m. All yotiug people urgently
invited to bo present,
Evening Bervlees at 7:30
You aro earnestly invited to come to
our services and to worship with us.
C. R. Whldkn, Pastor.
Room 7 has No. 8.
Bessie Carpenter has been on the
sick list this weok.
Helen Roby, Otto Popo and Emalino
Warren were callers Thursday nfter
noon. Nearly nil tho pupils aro enrolled
again this term that were last.
The Physios class will take examin
ation in a few days.
Instead of taking up Geometry as
has been tho custom heietoforo in tho
spring term, tho 11th grade are to
tako a review in Arithmetic for the
rest of the year. It is wonderful bow
rusty the pupils find themselves, oven
had trouble in fractious.
Thu Juniors had a very pleasant
meeting last Tuvsdny night at tbo
homo of Mr. Snokeslleld. A rerv an-
joyaWlo evening was spent.
Monday moniinr tho Literaturo
class wrote up "Thu Logout! of Sleopy
uetiow" ami on rriimy "iho spectra
It la not reasonable to expect to bo
cured of any disease, no matter how
constant and persevering the treat
nient, when that treatment is alto
gether misdirected, and can not possi
bly reach the trouble.
This explains why those afflicted
with catarrh meet with so much dis
couragement, Though they faithfully
take the usual treatment consisting of
sprays, waskes, etc., and pass through
tie summer without much discomfort,
aa soon aa cold weather returns, they
find themselves more firmly in the grip
of the disease than ever. Such resulta
could hardly be expected if the proper
treatment had been given.
Any one who haa had experience
with catarrh will readily admit that it
is one of the most obstinate of diseases;
It Is easy to see, therefore, that it la
deep-seated, and that no remedy which
merely reaches the surface can have
the slightest effect upon It. The only
known cure for catarrh is a real blood
remedy, one which gets at the seat of
the disease the cause of the trouble
and forces it from the system. Such
remedy la S. S. S. (Swift's Specific).
Mr. H. P. Cook,
Mr. H. P. Cook, of 32 Walker street,
Atlanta, Ga., Buffered intensely from
catarrh. He says :
"I at first thought I had only a bad
cold, and didn't give much atten
tion to the obstructions in my nose
and throat. This soon becarao notice
able, and began to so inconvenlenco
me, that I applied for treatment and
was given the usual local applications
of sprays, washes, etc. The Immediate
effect of the treatment was to relieve
me, but only for a short time after ap
plication, and I could easily see, that
the disease was growing worse stead
ily, and seemed to grow deeper toward
my lungs ; my nose and throat were
constantly choked up, so that I was
all the time hawking and spitting, and
to add to it all, the disease became
very offensive. I waa unable to obtain
much aleep, being compelled to get up
constantly during the night to clear
my throat and keep from choking.
"I tried various treatments without
relief, aa none of the medicines seemed
to reach the disease. Finally, some
one recommended S. S. S., and before
I had finlshedone bottle, I felt better.
I continued the medicine, and it cured
me permanently. I truly believe S.S.S.
is the only cure for catarrh, the most
abominable of all diseases."
8. S, S. U unlike all other blood
remedies, because it is more than a
mere tonic, and goes directly to the
seat of all blood diseases, and cures the
most aggravated cases of Cancer, Ca
tarrh, Rheumatism, Eczema, Scrofula,
Contagious Blood Poison, etc. S. S. S.
is the only blood remedy guaranteed
Hook? mi ;'.. 1 und Udiv dt' asca
vill be wmded iveo to any address, by
Swift Sxatca'ic Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Far x ine- I m i 1 a rxx e n t s
OUR SPECIALITES FOR '97
MoCortnlok - and - buckeye
TOOWBRS KND BINDGRS,
BAQLB LISTERS and
FAMOUS OHIO Sulky or
C03UIPL.BTB L1N9 OP LBKDINC GOODS.
Humboldt, Miaaesota and Araboy Flour
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRKSH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
Everybody Pays Ho.
Cn'tiu rets Cntulv Cntlmrtlt', the most won-dci-f
it mt'dliMl (I fM-nvervuf thu iijrc, p!cns
ant mid refreshing, to the time, net gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing tho cntlro system, dispel cold,
cure headache, fever, habitual ronstlpntlon
and biliousness. Please buy and try u box
of C. G. C. to-day; 10, Z 50 cents. Hold and
guaranteed to euro by all druggists.
Notice to Teachers.
Notice is hereby given thnt I will cx
niuino nil persons who tuny desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
tcacheid of the public schools of this
county, at Hcd Cloud on tho third Sat
urday of each month.
Speclnl examinations will bo held on
thu Friday proceeding tho 8d Saturday
of oacli mouth.
Tho standing desired for 2d and 3d
grail cortilicnto is the same no grade
below 70 per cent., nvcrngo80 per cent;
for first grado certificate no grndobc
low 80 per cent., average 00 per cent in
all branches required by law.
I). M. IIunteu, County Supt.
Kdneuto Your Ilowcln With Ciiscnrcts.
Oimly Cathartic, euro constipation foroior.
10c,S5c. If C.C.O. tall, drucKlsts refund money.
A Map of the. United Statos.
The new wall map issued by tlm llur
lington Route i.s three feet four inches
wide by four feet long;is printed in six
colors; is mounted on rollers; shows
every state, county, important town nnd
railroad in the Union, aud forma 11 very
dwsiiablo nnd useful adjunct to any
household or business establishment.
Purchased in lots of 5,000 the maps
cost tko Burlington Routo nearly 20
cents apiece, hut on receipt of 15 cents
in stamps or coin the undersigned will
be pleased to send you ono.
Write immediately, as the supply is
J. Francis, G. P. A., Burlington Route
IMliratc Voiir IIhhv.4 iiii, Iihi ii-'Ib.
Clli'lv CntVirll". imii-i- I'liliulln.iltnn tarn ..r
10o.J5 . Ifc CO r.kil.ilrigKiiMrifiiMlmimev
Tetter, Salt-Rheara and Eoxema.
The Intense itching and amartinu; iuci
dent to these diseases is instantly alluyeO
by applying Chamberlain's Eye nnd
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cub'jf
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per box.
Br Cadj'a Cradltloa Powders, nro
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier nnd
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in nse to put n
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
No-To-llao for fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. We, II. All druggists.
To any person interested in humane
matters, wo will send free, upon appli
cation, ti copy of tho "ALLIANCE,"
theorgnnof this Society. In nddltion
to Its intensely interesting reading, It
contains a list of tho vnlunblo and un
usual premiums given by the paper.
Address, THE NATIONAL HUMANE
ALLIANCE, 410-411 United Charities
Building, New York.
A Liberal Seed House
J. J. II. Gregory & 8on, Marblehead. .,
will Ioiib bo remembered by tho farmers of Neb
rnaka for their generosity during the hnrcl
times, when they distributed three torn or free
garden wed to needy farmers, through Hev. W.
I.uddeu and others. This famotii old cred
house 1ms long been noted for Its reliability and
broad gauge methods and well deserves tho
great succesB tbat has crowned their 0 (Torts
Every one who contemplates planting a seed
should send for tho Interesting and Instructive
catalogue which they offer to send free of
Don't Tobacco (lt and Smoke luur lire Amuj.
To quit tobacco costly and forover. bo mag
lei . full or llfo. Rcrvo nml vlenr. take No-To-XJm
. tho v.'m.dr vmk r. tlmimul.'oa weak men
.liim. .!1 O'Jfi.lsU.fi'-oo.'Sl. CurogunMn
teed UooMut und sauiplo free. Address
Sterling Itemed Co, Chicago or New York.
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Dora M. Wiggins, having loft my bed
und board I will not be responsible for
auy accounts incurred by her.
Dated Rod Cloud, Nebr., Msrch 27th
1897. A. B.Wiooihs.
HrffsViSht'W,v,Milil lj 1 1 frffrf fji
THERE ARE NO EXCUSES
Xj lUr snsn M n su
r vaa-, sww.wawtaaw
A PROMPT AND CERTAIN
Every Thursday afternoon a toarlst
sleeping car for Salt Lake City, San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves
Oniatia nnd Lincoln via tho Burlington
Route. It is carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring scats and backs and
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, sonp, etc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and uniformed Pull
man porter ttccouipany it through to
tlif pacific coast. While neither as ex
pcasively finished nor as line to look at
as n palace sleeper, it is just ns good to
rldn iu. SpcoiuI class tickets aro
honored and thu price of a berth, wieo
enough nnd big enough for two, is only
$5. For n folder giving full particu
lars, call at the nearest B. & M. R. R.
ticket olllco. Or, writo to J Francis,
General Passenger Agent, Bitriincton
Routo, Omnha, Neb.
tr.'y. Khnrtnnlnknr. tncflpna tvtn.
-.-tif diminishes dancer to llfo of
both mother nnd child and leaves her In condi
tion moro favorahlo to speedy recovery.
"Stronger after than before confinement"
says a prominent midwife. Is tbo best remedy
FOR RISING BREAST
Known and worth tho rrlco for that alone.
Endorsed and recommended by mldwlves and
all ladles who bavo used It.
Beware of substitutes and Imitations.
Makes Child-Birth Easy.
Sent bv Exoress or mall on receint nf
$1.00 ar bottle. Book "TO MOTHI
mailed free, containing voluntary testimonials.
UUDriKLB KKGULATOU CO., ATLANTA, A.
SOLO BT IU DRCOQBm.
Red Cloud Stock Barn.
I have juM recsived two large Ken
tucky mammoth jacks,
b" aok jack
and Blue Pete
with POMPAS, tho thoroughbred stal
lion will inaks the season of 1897
north of the Mooti block in Rod
TERMS For Jacks $5 to 8 to'insuro
i will not bo responsible for any acci
dent should auy occur, but. will use
nil piei'tvtltions to prevent ri.iuie.
C. L. WINFREY, Manager.
Ooened tliftt I&3
The popping of a
cork from a bottle of
Hires is a signal of
good health and plea
sure. A sound the
old folks like to bear
the children can't
resist it. hvr
Is cornpossa of the
very Ingredients the
system require. Aiding
the digestion, soothing
the nsrres, purifying
the blood. A temper
ance drink for temper
Th CUKM . BltaC. no.
I sallns. I .i
Sail tntjwun, 1 ?
NOT TO USE
CURE NO ONE" REFUSES.
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