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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1898)
Scvoro Attack of Dyopopaln Curocl
by Hood'3 Snrsnpnrllln A Skin
Dlseaao From Childhood,
"Since wo enm t North Dakota vc
have never hnd oci n'-.n to call physl
clnu. Wo lake lf.iini' . tf-impnrlllii for all
ournllincntfl. Ahout three yenrs nijo my
husband hml t ho nitHfort it i to strain hli
(totunch by heavy lifting. This brought
on ilyspcimin anil hu suffered very much,
especially at night, and he couhl not
leep. Ho decided to tftko Mood's Horsa
parllla and after iihIi'k two bottles ho was
completely cured. Uu wni nNo gratlllod
to find Unit Hood'H yarsnpnrllla relieved
him of n roughnemi of the skin with
which ho hud been troubled from child
hood." Mkh. John Amiamb, I'oinhltinM).
N. I). If you decldo to take Hood's Har
aparllla do not bo induced to buy a sub
stitute. Insist upon
dviiuvv) (iirini ujiti
The Host In fact thu One True lllood rnrlller.
Hold by all driiKKhLi. SI- six fur $:
u t-ktu lire tasteless, mild, dice
tlOOU S HlllS tUe. All druggists. isc
W. h. McMIMiAN.
I'UIIMSIIKI) KVKItV KUIDAY
Kutcrcd Ht the pot office nt lied Cloud, Neb.n
ooottil clai-n tnnll matter.
The lied Cloud, Sch., CHIEF,
weikly, is rnditid with Ihi lunjist
cimtlution nrrordul to any pajnr in
lied Cloud or in MV.si euunly or
ui the Fifth Cniiyri ssionnl Dislriet.
I'rintir's Ink; duly 'JS, JSUT.
WWII NOTKS IX Hit IKK.
Thu lirst choice of acquired islands
should bo given to thu Mcnimuu crow.
Admiral Dewey litis been elected tin
honorary member of the New York
According to the Madrid newspapers
there is no space left on the Spanish
standard for another victory to perch.
Work on the old monitors and gun
boats is being rapidly pushed at the
League Island nnvy yard, Philadelphia.
Admiral Cervcra'd oiler to exchange
Lieut. Ilobjon and his party was mag
nanimous, bus has not been followed
up on his part.
The bottlo recently corked by Lieut.
Ilobson at Santiago appeal's to have
had the same old directions, "well
shaken before taken."
Military surgeons claim that a nun
stops growing at 129 years of ago. How
ever the rule has no application in the
c.130 of Lieut. llubsou.
A Madrid dispatch to the London
Times says that the Spanish bolievo
that tho Americans aro tired of tho
war and will gladly make peace.
Hoar Admiral Simpson has officially
declared that the purpose of the bom
bardment of tho fortifications at Santi
ago was to clear the way for troops.
Ono of Spain's naval arms is buried
at Manila, and another is imprisoned
at Santiago. From now on young Al
phonso will have to rely largely upon
Dewey's next Job at Manila will be
to raise tho sunken Spanish !lel. He
will bo coining back to America miiiiu
day with twice as many .-.hips as lie had
Theeoiiditioii of Spain is a lirst class
argument for popular education.
Keeping 115 per cent of thu people in
Uiioraueo oven of the alphabet is u
The big mill fast auxiliary ernHoi
mid bo woll employed in carrying
1 1 oops to Santiago. They tire well
tinned ami no Spanish gunboat would
i io'S their path.
Our troops on the way to Manila will
be .surprised when they arrive and Hud
our Hag over tlie town. Thir congrat
ulations to Ddwey will hu a tluo spec
tacle in the harbor.
There has been but little', derange
ment of commerce in the United States
by reason of tho war, but n consider
able derangement of Spanish fortifi
cations has resulted.
So far as the I'nilipplue question is
concerned, the Huropetui nations have
agreed with wonderful unanimity that
the United States is entitled to the
whole shooting match.
In tho Spanish cortes the govern
ment Is attacked from all sides. Sa
gasta denies government responsibility
for the disaster at Manila or for Ad
miral Cervera's tactics.
A baker's loaf of bread in Havana has
been reduced in size so often that it
weighs now less than one ounce. If
this continues tho city will fall before
many weeks from spout neons ex
haustion, No doubt Wane will see to it that
tlie jiw limes of till those "inule.s"
killed during homh'irilmoiit will be
out of reach when Sampson nlVects n
landing on (Jubiu soil. Otherwise
history may again repeat itself,"
Certuiuly no peoplo can excel tho
Spaniards iu courtesy. Every time
they sustain a defeat ;tbo minister on
lutj tit Ihni pailii 11..C lout pm U
i cab!i coi'giiitii.titiniis t" 'lif-vm
pushed and ti Mealing 'tinti 3 111c 1 .
On tu'cotinl of shallow watet only
some of our Miinller vessel- couhl take
mil iu the bombardment of (intuitu
noma, but they weie entiiely equal to
he woik. They faced the Spanish
batteries and quickly silenced them.
A Sim Francisco dispatch says that
the destination of the cruiser Charles
ton is the island of Gtiahaii, in the La
drone group, which Is controlled by
Spain. The group, it is .stated, will be
xieed and a coaling station established
011 the Guahiin.
Geographers jay that the summer
climate of Cuba is better than is gen
erally suppose I iu the United States.
The opinion tistia ly held is based on
the bad sauitiry condition of Havana,
Matnuis and some other of the sea
ports. A dispatch from Loudon quotes from
the Daily Chronicle as follows "The
i'hilippiuns tire lost to Spain. Up till
recently it was possible to coneieve
that the United States might make
peace by accepting the surrender of
Cuba and I'orto Kieo, allowing Spain
to keep the Philippines, but already
that dream Is over.
In speaking of the heroes of the Mer
riniac, Commodore Schley said: "Hob
son led a forlorn hope without the
power to cut his way out. Hut fortune
once more favored tho brave, and I
hope ho will receive the recognition
and promotion he deserves. His name
will live as long us the heroes of the
woild are remembered."
For the first time .since the wnrbogan
the insurgent? in Cuba aie able to ren
der any assistance to the United States
forces. (Jen. Garcia, with ii.oOO men
well tinned and equipped, is holding
the hills that surround and cover San
tiago, with a good supply of artillery
commanded by American who know
how to use it. Day by day lie is draw
ing in his lines cloer and clo-er and
fortifying every point of vantage.
When the American 1 mil forces arrive
and re-enforce Garcia, Santiago will be
THE "SOJER" BOYS.
First Regiment Tennessee Volunteers
Passes Through Red Cloud Go
ing to the Philippines.
On Saturday the Information was an
nounced from Agent Conover that four
train loads of volunteers would pass
through the city on their way to Sat'
Francisco. No definite information as
to the time of their arrival was give ti
out until later in the day when t was
learned that they were duo hero be
tween 8 and 0 o'clock Sunday morning.
Of course this announcement brought
tho general public who heard it to t'je
depot for several train loads of real live
troops arc not seen in the city every
day. After a considerable wait it was
announced that tho first train was ap
proaching and a general .stampede was
made to get in on the ground tloor and
got a glimpso of the boys in blue. As
tho train rolled into the depot a mighty
shout of welcome went up from the as
sembled crowd and was returned by
thosoldiers who weru found to be the 1st
section of the lirst batallion of Tenessee
volunteers. Tho band accompanying
tho train soon formed and treated the
assembly to some patriotic airs. The
ladies and young girls of the town
were by this time acquainted ami pick
ing upinumerable souvenirs for which
they traded ll iwers, hat pins and any
old thing. While some of them most j
likely lost their heads and ticf'il a little
indiscieet, it was passed over with tho;
thought that their enthusiasm had been
"bottled up" too long aid when it tin-1
corked they got a little bit ecited
The four sections comprising the three
batalliotis wciv tlutiily all in but the
Iikjn comprising the volunteers while
in many cases were line looking spiel
1111 us of manhood would not rani, witli
our own Nebraska boy?.
Most of them sitiiiiMl to be cigarette
lli'iids ami we well know
that this is
one of the causes of knocking out
many of the volunteers in this state.
Tho four sections, comprised some
forty or forty live cars anil there was
.some twelve hundred men anil as the
boys had just been paid oil' the Friday
previous there was a largo wad of
wealth on board and the eating houses
at the depot were completely cleaned
out of eatables and drinkables Tin
trains were delayed here for se oral
hours and .some good drills were gone
through with. They linally pulled out
for the west witli many well wishes of
Godspeed from the as.embled crowd.
Out iu Denver when the Co orado
troops were about to start for the front
t, Denver girl was heard to exclaim
sho ki.ssed a soldier good bye, ''(io 1
b'e.ss you, .stand up for Colorado."
The gallant volunteer replied in a voice
that was huky with emotion, 'I'm
from Nebraska miss, but I'll tiy ti
stand up tor both .state "
- - .
The Mirror and tanner contains the
following itisttiietioiH tor killing lice
on chicks: As a spray lor potiltrj
houcs use kerosi'iu' i mulsiou tor kero
sene), addin ti Jill of sassafras oil and
half a pint of crude carbolic acid to a
gallon of kerosene emulsion. Two tr
three applications will destroy uot only
the lice, but the "nits" aud eggs.
CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 17,
Cowdcn Kalcy Clothing Co
Thiuck wi have tlie pieasiite of
iiinottnciug a 1 liniige in the propil--toi
ship nf the (toldi-n Eagle Clothing
Stoic of I Freymark Co., that linn
name being dropped and the name of
Cowdeti Kalcy Clolhing Co., inco po
tited, taking if place, with the fol
lowing oHlt'ct's C. Wiener, president;
F. W. Cowden, secretary, and A. U.
Kalcy, treasurer. As will be seen, C.
Wiener, now located In New YorkJCity,
vho founded and so successfully ran
the business for many years until his
location in the cast, still retains an in
terest in thu concern, an I will look
after the lirms interests in the mar
kets of the east. F. W. Cow leu, sec
retary of the new company, is well
known to our readers, having held the
responsible position of postmaster here
f if the past four years, and having be
fore that been head alesmanJfor many
years iu the clothing business during
tlie pr iprietorship of Mr. Wiener. '.JHis
long association with the business
makes him well acquainted with Jcvery
detail of the clothing trade and;;iiis ac
quaintance iu the country ,:md many
fi lends here will insure the company a
large share of business. Mr. A U.
Kaley, tho third member of the com
pany, is a brother of our townsman C.
W. Kaley and arrived Jsuveral months
ago from Ohio. While lie is a stranger
to many as yet, those who become ac
quainted witli him will findjiini a
pleasant gentleman. The now.Jlirm is
a strong one and we wish theiujsuctes.
A committee representing tliejuewly
organized baud lias; been round this
week soliciting money for the purpose
of supplying the org.inizition with a
new set of instruments. The lack of a
band for the past year has shown our'
citizens what it means to lie without an
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wi .1111. liiuii aim mi; I'iMlllllllll'e Oils Mf
far been very successful. Help the
boys out if you canjgive only a dollar
or two. The people brought to town
to hear the band who would otherwise
go soniewhoic els tire numerous.
A telegram was received by Oscar
Teel bearing tho sad intelligence of the
detitli of his niece Miss Sarah Teel,
daughter of Chas Teel formerly a rcsi
dent of Cowles. Death was caused by
tho explosion of a can of kerosene with
which the unfortuuategirl was starting
the lire at the home of her aunt in An-
selmo. She was eighteen years of age
ami well known iu this county where
she had many friends.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postotlice at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending June 10th,
Mercur, Carl Lonmis, Ed.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter oillce June !50th, if not called for
before. When calling for above please
say advertised. T. C. Hackek, 1. M.
If nothing happens to prevent and
it is hardly possible that anything can
now the wheat crop thi9 year will bo
tho best ever raised in this county. It
will not be the largest, perhaps, for the
reason that the acreage is not so great
as in some former years, but tho yield
per acre promises to reach a high av
erage as there Is not a poor piece in
the county as far as we know.
newest thing in the social line i
what is called the "bloomer social."
They are advertised as the greatest at
traction of the season and are said to
be a success wherever they have been
Cancer often ivmiIis from an im
purity in the blond, inhvitcd from
iri'iiernt ion. back, lew pc.q 1.' tire en
utvlv free from Mime tail. t in tin' blood.
I anil it is impossible to tell when it will
i break out Hi the form ol dreaded Cull-
(ir- niu niii npiieiireii in tie n mere
pinipic or M-nticn mis iieveiupcu uuu
the most malignant Cancer.
"I hail a severe Cancer which win nt first
only it low blotched, Unit I thought would
itooii nass away, i was
trciiti'il by ieM'riil able
liylcln,bnt in Hplte
of their clTorts the Can
ctTxprt'ail until inycon
After ninny month ol
trentinent anil growing
sti'iullly worse, I lie
clileil to try 8. 8. 8,
which was bo Dtrnimly
reciimmcmleil, The llrst
lxittle iiroilured nil Im
provement t continued
the medicine, n nil In
four month the Inst lit
1 1c hoiiIi dropped olT.
Ten veiirii lmve ebin-ed.
and not a lil of the dUeu.se lin reitirned."
it. F. Wim.iaMiI,
It is dangerous to experiment with
Cancer. The disense is beyond t he skill
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","t "J; thijmWM
1 goes deep enough to reach Cancer.
(Swift's Specific) is tlie mily blood
remedy guaranteed Purely Yfgotnble.
All others e..r.tinn pottis'u did iner-
elllW . llie liuist ilui run ' 11 if Tal.s.
1 ll'U.s till l".
I' vl ll ! .Hsl'llM's
mulled in e ! .-sw.lt r-,111 iu i.'ui.i..uij ,
HH .tUKtb WHtHk All tLSt (AllS.
IBM Host L'ouli tijrrup. Toalei Uooa.
E3 In time. Kulil hr UrunuUn.
Dr, Miles' Heart Cure
Curci a Prominent Attorney.
. fv-Jtf W fS
MU. It. C. t'linM's-, the Icndlm; pension
attorney of l!Wfnt, N. V rites:
"I Wiwdlschtirccd from thu tinny on
account of 111 health, and MUTcicd from
heart trouble ever Mure. 1 frequently had
falntliitf and .smothering sjiollj. My form
was bent as a man of so. I constantly wore
an overcoat, even la summer, for fear of
taking cold. 1 could not attend to my busi
ness My rest was broken by severe pains
about thu heart and left blumldei. Three
years apo I commenced itsln Dr. Miles"
Heart Cut c, notwithstanding I had used so
much patent medlrlnuaiid taken drugs from
doctors for years without being helped. Dr.
Miles' Heart ( uru n stored mo to health. It
Is truly a wonderful medicine and It alTords
mu much pleasuru to recommend this icni-
euy to everyone."
Dr. Miles' Iieme.lles
are sold by all uug
glts under a im-itivo
guarantee, llr-t b.ittlo
benefits or money r"
flKnlid. lliH.U on dis
eases of the heart mid
nerves free AMm
IK..MIMMi:i ll.iu, Unhurt, hid
H fa M. R.Y
hud ci.ori), sunn.
1. 1 scons
A'.LV.S'.I.S CI TV
7. LOUIS und
all points utit tind
III:' l. USA
SALT L AUK L"Y
und all points
TIIAISs I.EAVK AS l-OLt.OH-:
Frclk'ht, dully except suiulny
tor wymore nun 1111 pouu envt s:uo n.m.
16. l'AssciiKer, dully fur St. Joe.
iviuisas iiiy. Aicni-on, si.
Louis ami nil points unsl and
No. Ill, Accommodation, ilnlly except
iMimliiy. HiiMltitfi-. (iriiml Is
html, illiick Hills mid nil
points In thu northwest 1 :110 p.m.
So. 143. Acciiinmoilntlnti, ilnlly exrept
Suiulny, Dherlltt, Kansns, mid
Intermediate stations, vln lie
. Krels'ht, dully, Wymote ami
St. Joe ami Iiileriueilhitc
Junction points. 13:10p.m
No. 63. FrelKht, dully for Kcpitbltean
Orh'an, Oxford and nil points
No. 15. VassL'tiKer. dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah ami
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
Status or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A, Conover, Agent, Hed
Cloud, N'ebr. or J. Francis, General I'Aisenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Offick ovf.k Cottino's Duuo Stoiie,
E. U. OVERMAN,
HTTO RNEY-HT- L.7SW. 3
Office In Moon Block .
D.ies a general law businc.-s.
Practices in till courts.
Mrn Wnntori s'",,"i- ti:aciii:ii,
- .-rrr-: At IT. N K A I. I! X T -.
nut one liom-sl tui'l MlllliiK to hustle. Me will
.n punt wiixi'- mul l" M nil cinpliiinent.
Willi mil fneillties nii.l pei-otinl help 1111 in in
fnK nile mi I ullllni; In worK enti win n m
In; po-IMoti nlih n- Appl iiun'k. sltilliiK nue
L. L MAY &. CO.
sT l'Al'I.. MINX
N in -' -ii:i u -i 'linen mul l'lorlsts.
What do you
expect to find
In n hist class meat market V
Tne tifst tiling is the class ol
meat kept in .stock whether it
is nice, tender and juicy, or
t jugh a a t n-year-olil Texas
steer. We should be pleased
to have you call and put us to
this test. All our meats will
be found lirst class and the
best iu the market. Our price
will also bo found juft right.
A. R. Reynolds,
East sine Webster Street.
I'Ulll.lCJTlOS OF Sl'MMOSS.
In the District Court of Webster County. Ne
Kciultiihlc Securltlet. Cnmpiinyl
ficrluird Woltjcu. ct bI I
Uerlmrd Wolljeti. dcfcmlniit nhove lmincd
will tiike notice thiU on the lsth duy of .Mii
Is'.is, K'lUltublo M'ciirllli's Company, pluliitlit
herein, tlleil Its petition In the District Court of
cbstor roiuily. Xebniskii in;iiiit mid detunil
mu liiiiilemleil ullll ollllTs ttlO object II 110
prnxcr uf Mhloli nre In foiecIoc n cerliiln
iimriitiiKi' iM-ciiteil by you to the ll'iultnble
MiiriBiiL'i'Cnmpnti upon the sotitlmcM iiuirivr
of seetioii clL'tileeii. town one north of route
nine wot of the mill'. M. In Webster count.
Nei.'nskii. Io secure the piinieiit ot n eertniu
. proiniosiin o te duled rVbuim l 1V.U. for the
mm uf T'i "lib U'li Interest eoupoii' thereto
, nttiii lied Mild note wns due mid t'H'iible III
ll, eursfiiiin 'bite thereof. I'luliillll I. ether
nli if llint "ii lucllikt diij of Mm. Isil'. Ihi'-iiid
I iiinblv MmU'Ke I'ompnu dul iisniiied
nh.l liuioft mil sd'l I"''" 'Hi'' moriiiiine to
'i iimiiil lin Ik now the niMn I mid Imldcl ot
11. 1 noie mul uiortmiiic. 'I hut there Is iioh due
on kuld notes "' I morUMKe the mini of hM). fur
I tthlii-miiii wlili luteicl from the l.Mh diiy of
September. Is'.is. plnlnllll pnis tor n decrie
Hint defendiiiits bo reunlred to im.v the miiil'. or
Hint Mild premises
nmoiitil found due
tlmlMild premlso limy be Mild
io Hitlsfy the
jioillit fouinl uue.
You nro required to mmwer lil petition on
neioru uiu iin uu) ui o ", ij.
Dnied, Mny 18th. IS'JS. ,
KUUITAULK SirUltlTll4 COXPANT.
By Uonr T.'Wii, lt attornoy.
(4 ' I I
WL. . .
n' v'.tj mii v.- - r
IT'S A DUTY
man being has
Our skilled o Jticlaii examine- eyes free. Come in and let ltiin exam
ine your eye-. If you don't require glasse- he will tell you so.
Only regular doctor of refarctiuii in the county.
Jewelers und Opticians.
i-arThe very tincst Watch, Clock and Jewelav Repairing. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. ".
LUMBER and COAL,
13txilclii-ia' material. Etc.
Red Oloud, - - Nebraska.
PL ATT &
Ghieaqo Itamber Yard,
J Spectacles! Spectacles! Spectacles! ;
4 . ,l!,u ''t,,,, 'ur:t'ly. perfectly and speedily by ono who can do it.
LATKST GRADL'ATK Ol'l'ICIAN-. I have the tincst and Miosrom plete
4 trial case for testing the eyes iu tlie valley. Am better equipped for and
J do the optical bu.sine.ss of this county. Will lit you better and cheaper k
than can be done elsewhere J
be done elsewhere WIRE InitiaiKinger Ring, Uaeast Pins and Bracelets
made while yon wait. Kogiaiiugdone also while you wait. J
Watch examinei for U. & M.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, SURREYS.
The finest line of road vehicles ever brought to Webster county. Call and
examine tliem and net prices whether you wish to buy or not. A
full line of all the lending farm machinery including
It III III ' il .'I 'ill! I
'i.l 1" -
WONDER STEEL RANGES,
Also a full line of the celebrated
Herriok Refrigerators !
THE HKST IN '1HK WOULD.
Full line of,GAitiir.x Imi'1'i:mi:xt, Tixwauk, Cltti.kuv, Wiiik Fkxcinc, Ktc.
city Drav and
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR
Vmi mvi join ec that of properly eating
t"i them You can't be too careful with na
lure's gii-ati'st blesiug, and the most deli
cute oiaaiis otit eye-. Noarly every hu
Coal and Cement.
A Good Alarm Clock for 75c. J
When you come to buy this clock
you will lind that I have them anil
will not try to sell you something
higher priced. You will find all I
oiler for sale equally cheap, such as
ONE AND EIGHT DAY CLOCKS.
ETC., ETC., i
Willi do your complicated Jwatch J
work cheaper and better than it can
Jeweler and Graduate Optician.
t'i. i. M i in- e i' w ill i"iy
111 III llll s
Reel Oioud, N
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
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