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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1897)
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VHK RED CLOUD OHJLWfc1, JbKlDAV, JNE 25. 15)7.
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lltHc Ctrl Suffers With Imp"'':
Stood-Other Treatment Failed
But Hood's Saraaparllla Cured
Weakness and Headache.
"My da"ghtcr, 9 years old, bad a run
Blag tore below hec right etr for threo
months. The doctor advised pslnthitf It
with iodine and we did this but it did no
j.ccd. Then I got a bottlo of Jlood'a Bar
saparllla. The llrat bottle made aomo Im
provement, and when the third bott'.a
had been taken the lore waa nicely healed.
A year fau pasted atnee then and thcro
ass been no return of the eore." W. K.
Maohusbon, Arnold, Nebraska.
'I waa troubled with wsakasss sad
headache but alnce taking a few bottles of
Hood's Saraaperllla I have had ao trouble
of this kind." Mrs. Mast Lawn, Otto,
Nebraska. Oct only Hood's because
parllla ltliebt-ln fact io One True Blood 1'urifler.
Hold liyall druggist. H' fort.
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liOOU S PUIS take, easy to operate. :tto.
w. J McMillan.
punuamtD kvbiiy fmday
Kalered at ttao poM office at Red Cloud, Nob.aa
aecond due nail matter.
Seorctary Shuruiati, In ordor to
justify his own turn around towanlB
annexation, inatlo a diplomatic liroak
and gavci uwity n statu secrut. Ho said
Hint under ordinary ck-cumstnnoos ho
wan opposed to annexation, bill when
lio learned that a .sclionio was on toot
to put Hawaii in possession of Japan,
lie favored annexation. Thereby hangs
tho wholo story of tho hurrying up of
the treaty for the annexation of
Hawaii, which President McKlnh-y
sent to tho scnato last week. It would
havo sonio in time any way, but tho ad
ministration rectially learned of a plot
on the purl of Jauneso on tho island
and the friend of tho ox-quecn, who is
In Washington, and who made an
opera bouffo protest against the ratill
eatios of thw treaty, to overthrow the
prsneat government of Hawaii and set
up one of their owu, with tho ultimate
design of turnlug tho island ovor to
Japan, and that caused tho treaty to
go to tho senate much earlier than It
would otherwise havu gone. Tho
Japanese government has all along de
nied that it had any grabUng intention
toward Hawaii, and Its denial may
have Ween perfectly honest and it may
havo been entirely ignorant of tho plot
to overthrow the Hawaiian govern
ment. As tho information conoornlng
that plot was secret and wm not men
tioned In the president's message ac
company lng the treaty, diplomats re
gard it as a bad break on tho part of
Secretary Sherman to have publicly
mentioned it, and the Japanese minis
ter regards Ins having done so as al
most an insult to his country and is
consequently somowhat disgruntled.
Thsro isn't opposition enough to tiio
treaty in the senate to prevent Its
raritleatiou, but there is enough to
make tho douato quite longthy, so it is
kneaded to allow It to go over to tiio
No stronger plea for some action on
the ptfrt of this government that will
restore peace to Cuba has been put
fwrth than is ontained in an olllcial
report prepared by tho agricultural de
partment, sliowiug nur trade with Cuba
for a period of years. For the lisoul
year 1803, our sominerco witli Cuba
amounted te $102,804,304; for the liscal
year 181HJ it had drsppod to 947,048,010,
and estimate for tho liscal year 1807
placo fl less than 120,000,000.
Tho adniiufolraliou Is moving very
leisurely towards tho Inauguration of
its Cuban policy. Gen. Woodford, of
N. Y., has heun nominated minister to
Spain, and the olllcial statement made
thut ex-Cengressman Aldrioh, of Ills.,
will shortly be nominated oousul-gen-oral
to Cuba. Hut thsro is little proba
bility that oithor of thorn will bo at
their post inside of a month, and the
new policy is not to ho started until
(Jen. Woodford gets to Madrid. Ho
port says the polloy will bo to request
Spain to withdraw its troops and allow
uuba to nave uome ruie unqer a sys
tem similar to that la vogue in Canada,
' and that Spain is willing, provided that
. this government oan persuade tho re
bellious Cubans to accept and agree to
assume the debt of Cuba.
Senator Morgan called attention to
the failure of the tariff bill to provido
for the ropeal of the income tax, Ira
nosed by the Wilson tariff bill and de
clared to be unconstitutional by the su
preme court. He said he was glad that
tho bill did not provide for its ropoal,
because if it wero left upon the statute
book, h change in the court might
cause It to bo sustained,
Quito nnumbor of the sonators who
helped to knock out tho Pott Wow
anti-trust amendment to the tarltV hill,
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That It what tt was made tor.
:IM olltli'd aimiHlnioiit of tlicif )vn,
specially aimed at tho sugar irtiot,
with which they appear to have a
Hivml of Ituing considered friendly
One of lsee, olTerud by Senator Pettus,
prohibits tho Importation of raw sugar
(ythupugar trust, anil another, offer
ed by Senator Nelson, provides that
tiny attempt to monopolize the trado in
aw or rotined sugar among the states
or with other nations shall bo punish
ible, upon conviction, by a linn of not
IctM than tf0t, nor more than 110,000,
or by imprisonment at hard labor not
less than six months nor more than
two years, or by both said punishments
In the discretion of the court. Thin
amendment is vory carefully diawn
and goes Into particulars as to how In
diotments are to bo drawn, and what
shalt he accepted as evidence of the ex
istence of n trust. Notwithstanding
all tliW activity on the part of indivi
dual sotiali is, there Is no probability
that ths tariff MM as It finally pnssos
and goes to the pu'sident will contain
tiny unli-triiM ntiifixlmrnts.
MOTHER AND CHILD.
A mother with babe in arms In an
object s ici ihI In ideology, poetry and
practical life. I., no other item of
faith do nil men ho
nearly agree. All
respect, if Mot
adoro, n mother
ality, creed, color
ality all give placo
to ,tho affection
which ovory well
'" balanced mind
feels toward the sanctity of honest aia.
tornity. A wife without a baby is to
ho pitied. A wife with u healthy baby
is congratulated by everyone. Catarrh
of the pelvic organs is tho most com
mon cause of sterility.
Mrs. L. M. Grlllltb, Cambridge, Neb.
writes: "I am tdiity years old and
dad never hud any chMdron, Witt siirco
beginning your Po-ru-im I gave birth
to a 10-pound baby girl. Sho is now
six month old and weighs 25 pounds.
My friends wero nil surprised. Some
nould not believe it uatil tlray came to
see mo." My husband says ko novcr
saw such a change in any otic as there
was in iao."
Mrs. R. K. Thomas, Alpha, Mo.,
writes. "I had given up all dope of
over getting well. I had tried so muck
medicine. My neighbors thought I
was nearly iIcaiI wltd consumption. I
commenced taking Po-ru-ua according
to directions, Tdat was two years ago.
A year ago last November I gave birth
to a 16-pound baby boy, who is well
and hearty; and I am doing my own
linusowork. I cun never give Peruna
too great praise."
Dr. Hartmau has lately written a
treatise on tho disMscs of women. It
will be sent froo to any address by tho
Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio.
Low Rates to Milwaukee.
July 3,4 and D, via the Burlingtoa
route on account of the annual meet
ing of tho National Educational asso
ciation, One fare, plus 2, for the
round trip. Special train of slooplng
and rooliniag chair cam leaves Omaha
for Milwaukee at 5 p.m., Mouday, July
5th. For tickets and sleeping car res
ervations see neure.st UurllngtonRoute
Hgont. J. Fianoih,
Clou. Toms. Agt, Omaha, Nob.
One hundred and sixty acres of un
improved laud, font- miles northwest
of Rod Cloud, Nebr. Toriuscash. Ap
ply to, Mils. Jambs Kihkwood, Fair
Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th
Street, St. Louis, was given the usual
mercurial treatment for contagious
oiooa poison, uc waa twice pronounc
ed cured, but the disease returned each
time, he waa aeized with rheumatic
pains, and red lumps and sores cov
ered his body.
"I waa in a hor
rible fix" he
says, "and ths
ment I receiv
ed,' the worse I
seemed to cot.
A New York
he could cure
me, but his
me no crood
whatever. I was stiff and full of
pains, my left arm was useless so
that I waa unable to do even the
lightest work. This was my condition
when I began to take S. 8. 8., and a
few bottlea convinced me that I was
being benefitted. I continued the
medicine, and one dozen bottles cured
me sound and well. My ayatem waa
under the effecta of mercury, and I
would soon have been a complete
wreck but for 8. 8. 8."
B. 8. 8., (auaranked purely vegttable)
bSU M Ctjf VCICIUUICJ
ib me omy cure
for real blood dis
eases. The mer
of the doctors al
ways docs more
harm than fjood. llcwarc of mercury!
Books on the disease and its treat
ment mailed free to any address by
Swift Spccttlc Co., Atlanta, Ga.
m A and it cinuf
To TM Iditoh 21 have an absolute
mnsdy for Consumption. By Ms timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So preof-pojitive am I
f Ms power that I consider H my duty to
imi am fall frit to those of yaw readers
who have Centumption,Throat, Bronchial or
lung Troubk, if they wH writs me their
express and potteffice address. Sincerely,
Sfr The XSMfrtal aa4 atam Mimmil !
Morning sorvice at 10:30.
Sunday Schwol at 11:110 n. in.
Junior Union at 4:00 p. in.
Young People's Society at 7 p
Evening sorvlw at 8 o'clock
Mid-wsek prayer meeting Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
It is with deep regret that wc make
note of the death of Miss Susan rishcr
which occurred June 7th For a num
ber of years she hail been a member of
the lied Cloud Baptist Chureli and dad
lived an exemplary christian life.
Wo wish to extend to every ouoaad
especially tho teachers of tho county
who may bo in attendance at the in
stitute, to worship with us,
C. H. Wemikn, Paator.
Sermon for Lord's day morniagVuno
27th, ''Concerning the Church."
lllhlo school 13:00.
Junior C. K. 3 p.m.
Senior C. E. 7 p.m.
Kvoning sermon, "Tho Sting of
Tho next prayer topic will bo
"Christian Citizenship." ttom. 13.
The community and strangers kind
ly Invited to attend nil our meotlugj.
L. A. UussoNn, Pastor.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10:80
also Sunday evening at 8:10.
Sunday school nt 11:80.
Junior league at 4 p.m.
Sonior league at 7:00.
Chapel Sunday school at 8:00.
Prayer and Praisu service on
nesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Tho pastor will give u Sunday
uing a talk on sacred hymns.
Tho public is weloomo.
Rbt. J. M. Dauby, I'astor,
0. 11. Beaver of Wisnor, Nob., will
preach in tho Congregational Church
next Sabbath morning and ovening.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Junior Society at 4 p. in.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m.
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W.Va.,andono
of tho mo9t widely known men ia the
state was cured of rheumatism after
threo years of suffering. He says: "I
havo not sufficient commmand of lan
guage to convey any idoa of what I
suffered, my physician told mo that
nothing could be done for me and 1x113
frlonds wece fully convinced that
nothing but death would relieve me of
my suffering. In June 1804, Mr,
Evens, then salesman for the Wheeling
Drug Co., recommended Chamberlain
Pain Halm. At this time my foot and
limb were swollen to more than
double thoir normal size and it scorned
to mo my leg would burst, but soon
after I begun using tho Pain Balm the
swelling began to decroaso, tho pain
to leave, and now I consider that I am
entirely cured. For sale by H. K.
We soil beer at wholesale and you
can got any quantity from one kog up,
at the South Side Sttiuplo Room, John
Inauguration of New Train Service.
Twenty-four heurs to Now York;
thirty hours to Boston. Taking effect
Sunday, May SOth, tho Nickel Plato
road will run three through trains
daily, in each direction, between Chi
cago, t. Wayne, Cleveland, Erlo,
Buffalo, Now York aud Huston. This
line has grown so in popularity that It
has become necessary to increase tho
train servico in order to mcot the de
mands of the traveling publis.
Mr. J. Y. Calahan, Ijen'l. Agent, 111
Adams St., Chicago, III. will ho pleased
to furnish all Information in regard to
this new train sorvice.
"There's no uso talking," says W. H.
Broadwell, druggist, La Cygno, Kas.,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarrhcoa Remedy doos tho work
After taking medioines of my own pre
paration aud thoso of others, I took a
dose of Chamberlain's and it helped
mo; a second dose cured me. Candidly
and conscientiously I can recommend
it as tho best thing on the market.'
Tho 25 and SO cent sizes for salo by H.
E. Grico, Druggist.
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A vowder to be thakeu Into the sboei. At thla
Kaion jour feet feci swollen and hoi, aud get
tired canity. If you have imartlug feet or tight
shoe, try Allen's Foot Kate. It cooli the feet
and nukes walking easy. Curcl and prevents
kwollcn and tineallng feet, bllstcn and calloui
pots. Relieves corn and bunion of ill pain
and Hires roil and romfurt. Try It today. Sold
by nil druggUU and rtioo more for 2e Trial
ckagu fn-e. Andrew, Allen H. Olmotod,
UeWltt's Colli: & Cholera Cure.
Quickly curt )yj;ntry und Ularrhcea.
Only $22.50 to San Francisco.
Jiiiic'JO to July II, account National
Convention Christina Kmloprorcr..
Special trains. Through tourist and
palace sleepers. Stop-overs allowed at
aud west of Denver. Return via Port
laud, Yellowstone Park aud Bhck
Hills if desired.
Kndeavorers and their friends who
take the Burlington Route are guaran
teed a quick, cool, comfortable Journey,
fine scenery (by daylight) and first class
Berths reserved and descriptivelitera
tu re furnished on request. See nearest
B. 4 M. K. K. ticket agent or write to
J. Franois, U. P. A., Burlington Route,
Less than half rates to San Francisco
June 20 to JulyO, via tho Burlington
Route. See nearest B. & M. R. R.
Some for ten, sinno for twenty and
some for thirty years have suffered
from piles and thun havo boon quickly
and permanently cured by using De
Witt's Witch HokoI Salve, tho groat
remedy for piles and all forms of skin
diseases. C. L. Cotting.
I. W. Ball, Editor and Publisher of the Moun
tain Mirror, Restored to Health From
La Qrlpp by the Use of
DR MILES' RESTORATIVE NERVINE.
FOR over a year I suffered with com
plots nervous prostration as the re
sult of La Grippe, writes Mr. DaH of
Lake Placid, N. Y. Doctors did all tboy
could but their efforts were without results,
ami I grew worse. My trouble affected my
tntnd, but kind naturo cauio to my relief ky
helping mo to think, 'If I only had a helping
hand to aid nature to build mo up slowly
and surely.' Tho re
sult was 1 refuted all
other medicine and
my wife procured a
buttle of Dr. MltoV
which I took faithful
ly and am fully ro
tored to health. I
write this hoping it may help others, for
Dr. Hllea' Remedies suroly cure.
Dr. Miles' Remedies ure sold by all drug-
Rtats under a posit I vo guarantee, first bottle
beaelts or money refunded. Book on Heart
aad Nerves sent free to alt uppltcanta.
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO, EMthart, lad.
On n rtA tint Ji1
Hfiv Hirma "
fects of the heat.
cools the blood,
tones the stom
the body, fully
satisfies the thirst.
drink of the high
est medicinal value.
Tk ChulM E. HUM C , nil.
A puki mttoi 4 ttltst.
ii bm . bbh Baaaj HbVbvsbb
Caveats, sad Trada-Marki obulnedand all Pat-!
Mbuiiacwcondactedfor Moocnatc Pcca.
ami we canxcura pMeula lew iirno uaa thorn
ttmoto irom Wuhinftaa. . . , i
Sead BodeL drawlo or photo with dtorip-i
tloo. Wa adrlse. if Mtentablo or not. Iraa o(!
durje. Our fta not due till patent U .ecurtd. ,
& Pamphlet. i uciain raicpu,- mw
of uunoln the U. S. and foreifa countrie
Knt tree, Aaareu,
OPP. PATIWT OfflOC. WA8MIHaTM. D. O.
Aysj aamui JjjsjSicaM M
Mmlm tVlti ll
Wbo oaa tUak
or some .imp)
wise 10 pausir
fnii hr irui'utH f,:,l
Eg lint 0'i ,-n h
a"iAjiois$ jtjjvxbior co.,
liUjIABEH and CO Ah,
JBuilclir&s; ;JVIate3:rlal, Btc.
Red cloud, - - Nebraska.
Nets ! Nets ! ! Nets ! 1 !
Special - Sale - on -Nets.
FROM JUNE 19 to JUNE 26.
We will a special Inducement for nil to get tly nets nt a low price. We havo
a largo and elegant Hue to select from.
ALSO Sl'KUIAL SALK OV OTHKIl (HHUHi IN THH HARNESS LINK.
Ropalriug and trimming done neatly on short notice.
J. 03 BUTLGR, Prop.
eity Dray and
ROSS Ot RIFB, PROS.
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR! AD
The Heason of the year has arrived when you will ho in o vailed mion hy
NaTMKUOUS COMMISSION HOUSES to forward them
your consignments of
POULTRY, - GAME, - BUTTER, - EGGS
FURS. HIDES, PELTS, ETS
Take no chnnces hut shin dkcet to the old ostnhlishec (inn of
J. A. - McCutoheon $ - Co..
323 South Water St., Chicago, III.
They wiM give you top prices mid quick returns. Write tlicin for quotations
KEKRRKnCK Fibst National Hank, Chisago, Illinois
The Latest and Neatest
I IVEVHOUSB BROS.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
DE A LH.lt IN
IT a J? x i & m Imilem. nts
OUR SPECIALITES FOR '97
MoCormiok - etrxCL - ttxcU:ey&
7UCOSnZBRS RND BINDeRS,
BAQLB LISTERS and
FAMOUS OHIO Sulky or
COWEPI-BTe LIN9 OF5 LEKDINC COODS.
ALWAYS ON TAP.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
and country cnlls promptly an
swdl'i'il lny or iiIkIU.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Oi'vicu oviui C'orii.N(i'! li.to gTan.
I ineMSM tJajJ HlflZ DDAC (iiTIXli'V ULuL)
tawteat flMatt. llll.n nil 1. Him.! llll.II.ll
NrLulSf I '
Charges as low as the Lowest.
AAS EXPRESS CO.
IT 1 W 13 r, M Y
SHIRT WAIST SETS,
and many other useful articles. Como
and Bee our stock before purchasing
Wo do the best repairing. v
J. S. EMIO-H,
W YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plites.
FOROKLAIM IN LAV
And all lhalateit UaproTemeot la dental maeh
AHORNEVu. COUNSELOR AT UW,
Special attention to Cti n tr ti i( i H
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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um.-,Miawinut!i .,, ,, iimltfs wrufc ,nn
UrtpB. All druaVsu, 50. or . Curo nua. .
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bterllng ltemsdr Oa. Chi im or nw Yc fc
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