The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, July 02, 1897, Page 6, Image 6

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Family Jedicine
ievoro Aktnck of Dyspepsia Cured
by Hood's Sarsaparllla A Skin
DIsohso From Childhood,
"aiiico we came to North Dakota wr
have never had ocemlon to cttll physi
cian. Wo take Hood' Bnrsaarilla for all
' our ailments. About three yean ago my
htioUnd had the misfortune to strain his
ntonMch by heavy lifting. This brought
on dyspepsia and he suffered very muoh,
especially at night, and ho could not
kip. IT decided to take Hood'a Bart
partita and after using two bottle he waa
completely cured. He waa alao gratified
to final that Hood'a Sarsaparllla relieved
him of a roughness of the skin with
which ha had bean troubled from child
hood." Mm. John Abbams, Petnblna,N.D.
N. B. It you decide to Uke Hood'a Bar
aaparMla do not be Induced to bay a sub
Mltute. Insist upon
Hood's
Sarsa
parllla
The llcit-ln Met tho Oae True Mood I'ltrlflar.
Hold by all ilrumlsts. tit six for IB.
. . rui are tasteless, mlll,eBeo-
tlOOd S PHIS tlvo. All druggists. 230.
THE CHIEF
roBLMUao nr
W. L. MoMHiLAN.
Oaayoar II to
feMaonins
to
PVatimiBO KVEHY FKIDAY
catered at ftio post office at Red aloud, Nob.i
leoonaetaMmaM matter.
WASHINGTON NOTES.
A stawger at Hit eapltol would
kuow without nctag told that tlio
trtrifl dobato la drawing to n close hi
tho senate. Tho senators show It by
their general good nature. Of cour.su,
thoro aro sanators to whom tko bill,
wkieh will bo passed this wcuk, is any
thftigbut pleasing, but Ills doubtful
whoUior thoru is a single senator who
does not rejoice to kaow that tho end
In naur at hand. Unless tkuao shall bo
himoh grouter delay tlinu is expected
in reaching an iigtcunmut us to tho
senate amendment in cufaruiict), tho
tariff bill wiH be a law before July
l!H4i, and congress can adjourn by that
date, as it is generally understood that
no okhei' legislation is to be attempted
at this 8emiH.
Sossator Harris' resolution, declaring
that tko government should at oucu re
deotn tho tlie Union 1'uclflo railroad
from prior liens and theu tako steps to
forcaloso Iks mortgage, with an amend
moat offered by Senator Morgan, re
questing tho president "to suspcad
proceedings to carry into effect tko
agreement alleged to have been made
to sell tho interests of the U. S. in the
U. P. K. U. and in tho slukingfund, un
til further action of congross is had in
reference thereto," has been favorably
ropertud to tho senato. Senator
Harris, of Kau., wrote tlio report on
tho resolution, und ho presented
figures to snow that if tho proposed re
organization Is allowed to go through,
tho government will loso noar 125,000,
000 and other creditors wHl loso quite
hcavly. The report makes whut Is
very Bear a direct chargo against the
last administration f trying to aid the
reoBganlzabJon scheme, and of wrth
holding information on tlio subject
from cuogross.
Senator Hoar's report in favor of
soahig ex-Seuator-Corbubt on tho cer
tltluato of the governor of Oregon has
been ordered printed by tho commit'
tee on privileges and elections, but the
noiHinitateo lias not voted either for or
against the report and is not likely to
do so at Hie present session of congress
Senator Htitler is much pleased that
his resolution as to the fcasibililv.of ap
plying the prinoiplo of the Initiative
ami refeveadum to federal legislation
In to o Investigated by n (mb-commit
too
A proposition is being talked of
among some senators to present Vice
President Uobart with a good naturcd
potieiofi asking him to speak louder.
Mr. Nobart makes a fairly good presid
ing ofMcor, OKcept that his voico can
scarcely bo beard uven by the oocu
panto of tko scats nearest to hits when
he states his decisions on points of
order or says nnykhiug relating to tko
ImisIuosh of tho sotiubo.
s)uring tfco last two weeks eight
patent attorneys have boon disbarred
front practtco bofore the U. S. patent
oOleo. Two were from Now York, two
from Ohio, and ono from Michigan,
Pennsylvania, Maine and Touucasee,
respectively; and Commissioner But
tor worth has ordored John Wedder
burn & Co. to show causo why thojr
should uot bo disbarred, charging thens'
among other disreputable practices
with making "fraudulent, decoptlvo,
improper aud iucomploto searches,
with intent to defraud and the result
ofdefraudiug clients, to their Injury;
aud wrong doing, to tho scandal, and
reproach of the patent office and con
trary to oquity and good morals,"
Tho opponents of tho treaty for tho
annexation of Hawaii aro playing it
smart by trying to keep as quiet as they
can, lest the programme of allowing
tho treaty to go over to tho next sen.
One Minute Cough Cure, cursm
That U wast It was nude for.
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u ,T-11 -j .
uUitLir. cj-JuSlto., ,,aiWRv-.
4iuu si oiild be abandoned, and the
treaty ratilled before the present ses
Ion udjourns, Aecoidlng t sotm
dints dropped by opponents of tke
treaty, they hope to accomplish the re
jection of the treaty by a lavish ex
penditure of money to throw public
opinion in the U. S. against It. It is
4nid that the money is to come from
European governments who wish the
treaty to fell, but do not wish to appear
to be opposing it, and from tho sugar
trust, which has opposed it from the
first. The fnjends of tlio treaty say
they have no fears. They believo that
the sonate will ratify the treaty, but if
it falls, tho Morgan bill, already In
troduced, will bring annexation at
noe, and there is not a kit of doubt
nboaH their ability to pass tkat.
Fewer ox-scnatora have been on the
floor of the senato aineo Setialor Hale
offered his resolution, to amend tke
rides in exclude from tho privelegrs of
tke floor ex senators engaged in lobby
ing, than fur u lung time. Some of the
ox-suiintot'i me hopping mud, but the
activity of ex-senators as lobbyists was
fast becoinlm; scandalous and Mr.
Hale's nulls generally considered wipe.
SBLP-riOTECTION.
A siildeii shower is only one of the
many vlci-sUmles to which a woman is
exposed. Many women aro cureless;
bnt snmiillniea U is Impossible for evtn
tho most wise to
foresee very com
mon dangers. Tho
day Is fair, the air
balmy, nolaoioud
in tho sky, and
without any pro
tvetlou against
raia, tain woman
ventures away
from koine. Tlio
gathering storm
gives tin warning of l approach.. Al
most instantly she Muds herself drench
ed. Thousands of time this oft-re-peated
orcurronce in hko beginning of
the end. A cold is caught which set
tles In soiho oriran: it soon becomes
catarrh; then btoomes chronic. Tko
cutarrh gradually oats U way through
to some vital orcjau
A few doses of rVrH-aant tho begin
ning of tide very uotvmon history
would changu tho coanse of events oi
tiiely. It (ipuwates directly mi tho mo
eons UMinbranoi of tho whole body. It
absolutely own-en U oatarrh frwn
fastening itself npon any part of tho
organism. Women have found it to
be tho surest and most effective
remedy in tho illspecnliurto their sex.
So-called female diseases are almost
invariably polvlc catarrh. Local treat
meat Is worthless waste of valuable
time. Po-ru-na is an internal remedy
that oures catarrh wherever located.
Some prefer to correspond with Dr.
Hartman while they are taking lib)
remedy, Pe-ru-nii. and thus thousands
of women aro constantly writing him.
haeh letter receives, prompt answer
wlahout charge.
The I'c-ru-iiu Drug Manufacturing
Company, of Columbus. Ohio, aro
sending freo to any address n book
written expressly for women by Dr.
Martmau.
Low Rates to Milwaukee.
.luly :i,l and 5, via tho UurUngkm
route on account of tlio annual mpet
lug or tho National Ktcutlial usso
elation. Ono faro, plus if-.', for tko
round tulj). Special truki of Hloenkii?
and roolUilng ohalr cnrM Inwm Omuliii
for Milwaukee at 5 p.m., Monday, July
Gth. For tickotH mid sloeidiii car res-
orvatious heo nounwt. UurllugtonHouto
agont. J. Francih,
Gen. Pass. Agt, Opiakn, Nob.
Beware
0! the Me.
Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfield, Mo.,
writes; "For sac years I have been a
sufferer from a scrofulous affection of
the glands of my neck, and all effort
of physlcratiB in Washington, D. C,
Springfield, Ml., and St. Louis failed to
reduce the enlarRewetuy After six
months' constant treatment here, my
physiclau'urged roe i to submit to a re
moval of the gland. At this critical mo
ment a friend recommended S.S.S.,
aud laying aside a deepspoted rireju-.
dice against alt patent medicines, I be
gan its use. Before I had used one bot
tle the enlargement began to disappear,
and mow it is entirely gone, though lam
not through with my second bottle yet.
Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago,
I would hava escaped years of misery
and saved over $iso."
This experience is like that of all who
auffer with deep-seated blood troubles.
The doctors can do no good, and even
their resorts to the knife prove either
fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only
real blood remedy; it gets at the root of
wn aiscase ana torceo it out perma
aaatly.
8.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable)
A Real Blood Remedy
m a K1ni1 -.milv fir1 llAywl 4vM..tlA
it cures the most obstinate cases of
Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism,
etc., which other so-called blood reme
dies fail to touch. S.S.S. gets at the
root of the disease and forces it out per
manently. Valuable books will
uuauic uuukb wil
sss
be sent free
to any address
by the Swift
Specific Co,, At
lanta, Ga.
.1 ... .
from U.tt. Jonm 3ttHni
Trtt. W. H. ?eeke, whe
makes a specialty ol
Kpllepsy, ha without
doubt treated and cur
ed more caM than any
living- Phyi-Jctani hla
aucceis la nitonJr.hlng'.
'; imii nearu ot canes
Cured
cured By
hlra. Ho
publliheia
valifkble
work. on
thla dla-
oate, which
ho aonda
with a
large bot.
Ue.ol his atMotoc ear, fraoo any auff.rara
wtfcriaay aeod Milr P. p. and Expraaa aJdrata.
C LIUUC II NOTF.8.
MKTIIOOUT.
Preaching Sunday moruing at 10:30
also Sunday evening at 8:10.
Snaday school at 11:1)0.
Junior league at I p.m.
Senior league at 7:00.
Chapel Sunday school at J .00.
Prayer ami Praise service on Wed
nesday livening at 8 o'clock.
J. V. Howlus A. M , P. N. D., of
Nebraska Wesloyan University, IA
coin, Nehr., will .-.peak for Ho v. J. M.
Darin in First M. K. Church Sundav
mortring und evening. Subject at 8:151
p.m., "Oliarlty."
Hkv. J. M. Daurv, Pasuir.
IIAITrc;ilUIM-iI.
Mornhig sorvioo at lOdW.
Snnday Sehool at llMa. in.
Junior Union nt4:00p. m. '
Yong Pcoplo's Society at 7 p. in.
Evening service at 8 o'elock.
Mid-week prayer meetiug Todnos
day nt 8 p. m.
Wo wish to extend t uvery ounaud
especially the touchers of the county
who may bu in attendaueo at tho in-
stiUito, to worship with us.
O. H. Weliibn, Pastoi-.
CUHISWANCIIUIWH.
Uvening service at 8.
Wblo scJiool 12:00.
JiiuirtrC. K. :t p.m.
Senior C. E. 7 p.m.
MorniiiK sorvlcu at 10:00.
Tho community and strangers kind
ly invited to attend all our meeting!.
L. A. HuseoNO, Pastm.
CONimKOATIOKA'..
O. 11. Benver of Wisner, Nob., will
prcneh In tho Congregational Church
neKtSahhath morning and evening,
Sunday School at 11:15.
Junior Society at 1 p. in.
Y. P. S. O.K. at 7 p. m.
"They don't make ihuuIi fuss nboat."
Wo am speaking of DoWitt's Liltlo
Rariy Risers, the famous little pills for
consUnatiou, biliousness, and all
stomach and liver troubles. Thev
uever gripe. C. L. Cotting.
You may IihiU tho world over and
you will uot lind another medicine
equal to Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
nnd hhiKihoea llomedy for bowel com
plaints. It is Pleasant, sufo and r-
liable. For sale by II. E. Grlce. Druir-
gist.
Half Rate to Crete Chautauqua.
Juno 30 to July. Oo via Burlinsron
Itotlte. BrilHailt IMOornm.L-nlnrna
band conuorsH, Slayton's "I'otines
seeans", Edison's moving plotures.
July fi, Uunlington trains 2 and will
stop at all staWons Hustings t Crete,
onaonng rcsiilents of townsa one nuilii
Lllne to spend pmotlealry tho wrlioJo day
at Crete, reaching homoutascasouablo
nour same evening.
For information about special train
sorvioo, seo bills. For tiekets, call at
nearest B. & M. It. H. MBk0t ollleo.
Burnlng.ltcUing skin disease instant
ly relieved by DuWltt's Wkeh HaKel
Salve, uucqalled for cuts, bruises,
burns. It heals wilhoHtlciving a sour.
C. L. Cotting.
-
For Solo.
Onohnndrcd and sixty acres of uu-
improved land, four miles northwest
of Red Cloud, Nebr. Terms cash'. Ap
ply to, Mus. Jamkh Kamwooa, Fair
fax, Missouri.
Vrni, vigor ami vietory: theso aro
tho chiiraotorlstics of DoWitt's Lttlo
harly Risers, tho fnmoas little plls
lor cousHpation, biliousness and nil
stomach and river troubles. O. U. Cot
ting. It heals everytliUig eseept a broken
hoar t, may be said of DeWitfs Witch
Ha!cl Salro. Piles and rectal diseases,.
outs barns, bruises, tetter, ecjoiua and
all skin troubles may bo cufed by it
quickly and permauontly. O. L. Cot
tiB Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken Into the thno a i ihi.
teaiou your feci feci swollon and hot, hU get
ureu eamy. u you have mnartlng feet or tight
ihoej, try AIIcii'h foot Kau. itrnni ih t
aud make walklng.eany. Cures and preventa
woiicn ana nweaiiug root, blister and callous
pou. Relloyea conn and bunions of all pain
and gtvci reit and comforL Trr it trwi.v b,m
by all druggist and .hoo mores for aso. Trial
lciage iree. .inilreM, Allen H. Olmsted.
iHiltoy.N. Y,
IWl fuborro bpit aud Smuke Tuar lir inay,
To ault tobacco nnullv nn.i ipn. ,,...
netlc. full of life, norvo pud vlor. take No-To
.iuu, mo wiinuupnorKi-r, inui niaxea woak men
strong. All druggists, Mo or II. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and samplo free. Address
Sterling ItomoJy Co, Chicago or New York;
Or. Price' CroajB Baktag PowOor
World'i FoJr HlihoM Awar.
taaaawanMsPaatfaaWtaWM
Fits
BURLINGTON ROUTE.
Only 822.50 to San Francisco.
June '.Hi to July!), neoount Hatlona
Convention Clinstiaa Knduavoieis
Special trains. Through tourist ami
palace sleepers. Stop-ovwrs allowed at
and west of Denver. Return via Port
land, Yellowstone Park and Black
Hills k desired.
Rndeavorers and their friends who
take the Burlington Hontcure guaran
teed n quick, cool, comfortable journey,
line scenery (by daylight) nnd first class
equipment.
Berths reserved and descrlpH volitera
lure furnished on request, See nearest
B. 4k M. K. U. tieket agojnt or write to
J. Francis, O. P. A., Burlington Bnute,
Omaha, Neb.
Less than half tutes to Sail Franeisco
Jane SO to JulyU, via tko Burlington
Iluiste. See neaiyst B. & M. K. R.
ticket agent.
To Benefit Others.
The Editor of The Bloomflald Iowa Parmer
Writes of tho Good Done he
OR. MM.E8' NEW HEART OlRC.
TUERB AKB a great marry imtelflah
men and women who wish others to
know what has rcatorcd them to
health aud happiness. Mr. O. V. Davis, pub
Honor of one of the best newspapera in Iowa,
writes from IHoomQeld la., Auk K 1B96. "My
desire to benefit other prompts me to write
this. 'WenavousodDs. Mflcs' Itomedles In
my f-rmtly for nearly two yoass with most
gratifying results. We
would'nt now de with
out thorn, Mywlkhud
been weakly und down
nearly every summer
for the uait fUteea
yonre. Dr. Miles' Iloart
Oure is onaclly whut
Ms name laipllcs; a
sure euro for u weak, llutterhitr, patpttattng
heart, and Dr. Miles' Itervu nnd I.lvcr Pills
are most oxcellout."
Dr. Miles' Hemcdles are sold by all drug
gists under a posltlvo guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refundvd. Hook on Uoart
and Notvc scut free to all applicants.
DB. MILB8 MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind.
Raking
and health making
are included in the
making of HIRES
Rootbeer. The prepa
ration of this Kreatt'em-
perance drink is an event
of importayce in a million
well regulated' homes.
HIRES
Rootbeer
Is full of good health.
Invigorating, appetiz
ing, satisfying. Put
some up to-day and
have it ready to put
down whenever you're
thirsty.
Made only by The
Charles K. Hires Co.,
Philadelphia. A pack
age makes 5 gallons.
Sold everywhere.
aaiMv-KA.aa
iBHnnrHnB"lw-eBBB"s,-B-BBvBsST
ii gjOj araa bjB gMgnj "Bran ig sr-aTifkv
Caveat, and Tride-TTlirlt obtained and a 1
eatbuaineuconductedfor modbratc rcisv
ausrotrricc osioaiTC U v ay.aviNr orsaoi
oadwoMn secure pateutin IcM Use taaa tSosi
ote Irom WUMnitoa. . . . .
Dad model, drawing or photo., with dtserip
. We adVis. if pattntlbls or not. frr of!
lion,
charge. Onrfeenotdue tBlfcttlscwed., ,
jon uee. Airas,
C.A.SROW&CO.
Off. paraNT Orncc. WaetUNQTON. D. O. .
v AHKlU't IMO TONIO
laosta Um( ltaabUo, pioatty. UtttMsbw "ji-ti aa
inula Ui. mad U.DOUcTbt tduiat ran tMi fJToSUt
rtirnMlili. Stmt motSu ul Inribd ihwilBlhVt. tt.
mnj lnrab(l,ihwilB h-.lL
KftKUl.
IAI
lil'l5!!fJ?JSfroSs
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and couutry calls promptly an
swered day or, night.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
OrvicK ovku CorrtNa'u Ditua Stukk.
afceaarNhr
A maw i
GnWnaVniBniBniBV
h?i intVBs ,
' ftaOjWbSt.
wf,, ii. jut, .H
saaaiaaalBTsBTsTI uain softs mkmm I
BipennfYHBetta steBtaMnn. I
1W ' i"1
rv8WvtwfriJMAiwTr
Beat Cousb 8; tup. TswrnUooii. Um
M Ifitlto Bold bf drotgUX- W
aaai
AXii.j;IJ5ii LUMBER CO.,
DKALKKS IS
LtUJVlBEH and COAli.
BollcllMjC IVIaterial, Etc.
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Nets ! Nets ! ! Nets ! 1 !
Special - Sale - on -Nets.
FROM JUNE 19 to JUNE 26
We will a special inducement for all to get fly nots at a low price. We havo
a largo and elegant line to select from.
AIJO SPECIAL SALE OF OTHKll GOODS IN THE HARNESS LINE.
Uopairing aud trimming done neatly on short notice.
J. O. BCTL BR, Prop.
eity Dray and
ROSS Si RIFE, PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the.
Charges as low as the Lowest.
CITY ACENTS FORIADAmS EXPRESS CO.
I The Latest and Neatest
.
p PERPECT TMe
'....
to
t
NEWHOUSE J3RO., j
SHERWOOD
CROC6RS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
AOBNTsi.FOU
Chase 8c Sanborn's Coffees.
FltESH VEUETABLBS AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON,
DCALKIt IN
Far mine;- I rri i 1 3 ixx 3 rxt
OUR SPECIALITES FOR '97
loOointxilolc - and - tu.olc:39rc3
7WtOlA:BRS 7tND BIND6RS,
EAGLE LISTERS and
FAMOUS OHIO Sulky or
. Walking CULTIVATOR.
COMPLBTB LIN6 OF LERDINC COODS.
a:
0 During the
m of June,
Ski
Ii
I will sell everything at
Reduced Prices.
Many articles at ctmt and some
lli 'it, f moiin
$m a ,
S u ' namSf
mmmMMMWMAit'm
iij 11 ifmirmmrr'mmn ' ' -1 1 ---
m The Kalby Shoe Co.
Successors to A. H. KALBY.
See Our Ox Blood
and Chololate
Oxfords and Shoes.
We have a Bargain in Black
or Tan Oxfords at $1.00.
ltl! Butter and Eggs taken
W-j an "" !, ' 1
RS3 All kinds
ffl Cincinnati Cash Shoe Store.
iM9aVa4
ij-
Express Mne.
LINK OK
I J E W E Xv 1 Y
AT THK
Lowe'-t Prices.
LADIIvS'HHACKLETS,
WATCH (JKAIN9.
SHIRT WAIST SETS,
SILK OUAUD,
SHjrKU THIMBLHS,
and many other usoiul nrtieles. Oouio )
and sen our stock befciru purchasing J
clsowhcro. 2
Wi' do tho best roparning. 4
& ALBRIGHT,
Month '
below cost. Come in and seo &?Srt
whnt I shv fCllrt
-, t
uwics, nco.
w
in exchange,1 forlShoes.
san.rfiiss inianrTaT--rnr
of repairing neatly done,
a-IhjiJSvi.. -ifa- "jJi .v
irt sj
'f&&y$py
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