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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1898)
mifi RED CLOUD CHJLUJF. JbKJLDAY, dUJSB 24, 18U8.
Uct to take uftir ilmncr;
Uti'M'iit illMrrii, nld (IIkis
tloti, cure c o in t 1 put Inn,
1'iitclr CCTtblp I lo not Krli(
or camp mln. Sold liv nil itriiKKlM. V fntt.
l'lrtarvd only by C, 1, lluud A Co , l-OMl.il, Mall.
5 PRESENT DAY THOUGHTS.
J 11V "NKMO "
(Co)wrlRlilcilb) linnet Tnlxii ) i
Shall wo coiillniiu hIoiib tliu lino of
tlio closing thought of last week's let-
tent It was tlml the cml of tliu war
will leiuo lis with a vory much e.x
toiiiluil lioii.on of iluty anil oppoitun
ity anil temptation. Il is with us, as
with the mountain climber, that tliu
upwuul step shows us what wo liatljiiot
fccen befoie. As 1 pointed out somo
weeks ago, tlio unselfish motive that
impelleil us to iutcifeio with Spain,
was in ailvuucu of anything wo hail jet
attempti'il In exemplifying the Golden
little; and it would havo been strange
indeed, if it had tailed to leturn with
inteiest to tlio great, kindly national
Hut we aie heieafter to lie more
closely watched by the gieat nations of
the caith; no longer with meio curi
osity and idle siirniisings as to tlio dur
ability of our c.xpeiiinenl in self gov
ernment. The futiiie will havo in it
for them a Ungating fear as to what
the yeais to come conceal of impulsive
nction on our part, and of real danger
to the nations tliul have hitherto known
us only in distant fashion. From be
ing a 1 emote and unarmed nation
whose governmental vagal ies could be
Miiilcd at, and whose boastful vapor
lug's could bo despised, wo mo linns
foimed Into an essential iusttument in
the gieat conceit of nations
Our temptation will be to play oui
pait in that conceit, guided by tlio ac
tions of those to our tight or to our
left, instead of by the motions of the
gieat condiietoi befoio whom thegi cut
est nations ateineiely,
"Vnllimt ilutl llmllnill(lh cm dust "
Our temptation will be to plume our
selves on lighting ability, and iuteipiet
it into a gum an tec of permanency,
measuring ouiselves foolishly by the
standards of other nations that have
liseu by matciial things, lived by them
and pctisucd by them. Higher thought
is needed now than for our beloved na
"put her trust
In licking tube and Iron blinnl."
Our temptation will be to lean on
nrmies and navies and call them snfety.
Yet, gulling ourselves by our opponent
wo see that Spain shows tbeso things
to bo of little moment unless backed by
a high purpose. History is proof that
tho least of all things for a nation to
truBt in is force that is physical instead
of moral and mental. To make nation
al power as vanishing as a sand ram
part in the rising tide, lot us put our
whole trust in rifles that repeat, and in
iron castles that float.
Our temptation will be to descend to
tho aggrandising methods of loss com
pact nations to take a hand in tho
ganio of Jgrab and call it statesman
ship; unmindful that a "far-Hung battle-lino"
thin: out energy and makes
wounding easy. This will be our
strongest temptation; but to yield to it
will make us untrue to tho motive that
lirst impelled us, and will justify the
doubts of somo of tho European nations
regarding the nobility of our aim.
These are somo of thy temptations;
O, nation that hast been led up into an
exceedingly high place! Tho world
with all its glory lies beneath. If hun
gry, thou hast it in thy power to stoop
and eat tho broad of pride that satis
iieth not. Or there U for thee devotion
to the sublime consciousness of
being set for moral leadership in a
world that is still too malerial and too
sollish for full appreciation of tho do
mauds of a century yet to come.
Our now oppoi Utilities will bo ic
versals of our temptations. It is oms
to refuse imitation of the untrue, ti 1
vial evil doings of nelghbois whose
mot al education has been less than our
own. We mo neither now England,
Germany, nor new Ii eland, nor new
ltussia, nor new Fiance, and none of
these can expect to find countcipait in
us. Though they all go to the milking
of us, wo aie not copies of them any
moio than tho child repioducos in his
appemauce the biead, mid milk, and
potatoes, etc., that ho has dcvouied.
We mo old-fashioned enough to be
lieve that wo aio what we me, by the
grace of (Sod, a nation with an individ
uality peculiar to itself, madeso by tho
oxpoiiences it has encounteicd, From
the homes of our toilets, in Held ami in
factoiy; f lorn the patient hcaits of
niotheis and the stiong elloits of our
men may go up n harmony that will be
our contribution to the conceit of tho
Loul of Hosts. "Righteousness ox
alteth a nation."
Our oppoi tunity is to show that wo
ihul no occasion fin boasting, no mat
tor how gieat our coiitiibution to the
umthoof human iibtuty. It is ohm to
show a national belief in tho gieatuu.b
of humility. It is outs to live out thK
belief to elTectually that otheis whose
opportunities for a gieat uuscllisli act
havo been rarer, may not from out
moutblngs grow cither discouraged or
Our opportunity is to show that wo
are not growing matciial in our stand
aids of value. It is ours to decline
that the expediency of gain is less to be
consldcted than ptopiiety of action;
that what is mot ally wiong cannot bo
nationally light; that it is better to be
right than to bu poweiful; but better
still to be poweiful and right. Fur
Ihcnuoie it isour. to decline that our
only light is for the dealing out of dm k
places of ignorance in older to let in a
gieat light of a new libel ty; that we
shall not seek to extend our domain by
any method that partakes of tiickeiy,
that we shall, only so long as is neces
saiy for their permanent independence
ictain our hold upon the lands wo fiee,
and finally that wo shall not foiget our
natal declaration icgm ding the consent
of tho governed as the base of govei n-niont.
These times are big with fate. Cen
orations of men yet unborn, will luiso
to pialse or condemn us, accoiding to
whether we take action that disinte
grate or bind together. Next week let
us in kindly spiii, discuss the Anglo-
Amciicau alliance question,
We oiler One llundied Dolluis Re
wind fot any case of Catanh that can
not be cuted by Hall's Catanh Cute
F J. CiiKNKV&Co.Tuledo, O.
We the undersigned havo known F.
J. Cheney for the past Hfteen years,
and believe him pcifectly honoiable in
all business tiaiisactionsand financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their lit ui.
Wi.sr k TiirAX,
Wholesale Diuggists, Toledo, O.
Walki.su, Ki.nnan & Mam in,
Wholesale Diuggists, Toledo, O
Hall's Catanh euie is taken internal
ly, acting d'uectly on the blood mid
mucous sut faces of the system Test!
nioiii'ils -out fiee Piiee 7.1c.
Hall's Family Pills me the best
The Cliildien's Day exetci'.es at the
Johnson school house last Sunday was
Small gtaiu never looked any moie
promising at this time of the season
than in does at picseut.
Wo mo having a lot of rain in
this part and should it continue wet a
week or ten days mote the farmers
would have a time cleaniug their com.
Isaac (irewell, n former resident of
this place but now residing out west
telegraphed his boys tho other day
that little Pearl was not expected to
Grass is going to be extra again this
year. Pastures never were better in
June, and meadows would do to mow
now. In some places they would bo
glad to havo such to cut.
A fruit treo agent came in hero last
week representing tho Fairbury, Ne
braska nurseries, ind carried off more
orders than was over known to bo
takou in this vicinity in ono day. And
this is no country for fruit.
Several of tho ML Hope Sunday
school attended tho children's day pic
nic or basket mooting last Sunday in
the grove near Mr. Myers' and had a
splendid time. Their program was
good and well carried out. Tho choir
and organist deserve credit, and two
of the young men who delivered their
pieces so well, Mr. Mays and Mr. Cas
toll, would bo hard to excel. Mrs.
Vandervort's class of sixteen did oxtra
well and so did her other class that
camo out with their lettered boards of
Kidnoy and filaddor Troubles.
If Von snfTiT frnni bid no v lilmtilni- ni
Uritliirv troubles, nr from tnn fi-nnitnn
or scanty urine. Dr. Fenners Kidnoy
ami uackaciie cure is what you want.
Ued-wotting by children is genorally
cured bv one bottle nf this nowm-fiii
remedy. Testimonials aie disregarded
many people doubting tho honesty or
sincerity of them, we therofoie avoid
giving any here, but will furnish them
on application to dealer whoso name is
given bolow. If not satisliod after us
ing ono bottle your money will bo ie
funded by C. L. Coiling.
Real Estate Translers
Ileal istato ttansfero for tho week
ending Juno 22, 1899, furnished by
the ton Abstract Co., L. H.Foit, Man
ager, lied Cloud. Nob.
T l. ItuHKhiiw to C'liainbctlnln llrlilRu Co.
no u a is, n c (1 ..t..5oo no
I- I Wells, tlicrlir, to Connecticut Trust
A Snfo Deposit Co,, k04 30 M. k 1 . . mi 00
Marj A. Mllltr to Mnry II 1'nrkcr, 1oh hi
II niul i, block , HIcliHnlkon'B nilil to
llwl Cloud, w il
lownMwcomer to pCer Nelson, sc'
11 n in, w a . ....
llenr) I'ozml l Ullziibuh White, Ioin"h
iiml I.1, block a, i,ul)uo'h mid to Hid
e loud, w il
Stnteof NibniBkn to 0 A. I,attH, i.e
n. HI 3 10. deed .
Mr John Hovln, editor of the Pi ess,
Anthon, Iowa, says: "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic Choliu a and Diar
ilioea Remedy in my family for lifteon
years, liao lecotnniended it to liun
di eds of olliet ,, and lia o no or know u
it to fail in a single instance For sale
by II. U litiee.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liiomo Quinine Tab
ets All diuggists lefund the mouo
fit fails to cm e. 25c. J
St. Jacobs Oil
Curei Rhiumitlsm, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Sprain, Brulaea, SorenMi.Stlffneii, and Burnt.
Services eaeli Lotd's Day as follows
Morning Hcivieu at 10 ill). Subject,
"Antl-Clnist Religions, No. 1."
ISihle school, 12 in
Junior Clnistimi Endeavor 3 p m.
Set lor Chiistian Endeavor 7:15 p.m.
Evening service at 8 00. Subject,
"Beyond tlio Scicen of tho Future."
Prayer meeting and bible study on
Ladies' Aid Society Fiiday after
noons. State convention meets at Mcatiice
June 28 to July a
Our pleaxant chinch home and all
set ices aie evei open to the public.
L. A. HcssoMi, Pastor.
Sei vices net Sunday as follows:
Mottling seivice at 10 P.O.
Sunday School at 11 HO a.m.
Junior League at 1 p.m.
Senior League at ? p.m.
Evening service at 8 o'clock.
Piajor meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 7 UO.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All me mott coiditilly invited to at
tend. Jami.s Maiik Daiiiiv, Pastor.
Set vices uet Sunday as follow-..
Moniiiigi.ciice at 10 30. Subject,
'Man's Controversy With (Jod."
Sunday School at L 1 -1 .
Juniois meeting at !) p m.
Young People's Union meets
Evening service 'at 8 o'clock.
jeet, "The Lawyer's Temptation."
All coidially invited. Seats free.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday ns fol
lows: Morning service at 10.30 n.m. Ser
mon by Rev. G. W. Mitchell of Frank
lin, followed by communion.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Evening sermon at ,8 p. m., conduct
ed by Rev. Mitchell.
Friday, July 1, at 3 p.m. regular
quarterly business meeting of the
All cordially invited to nttond these
Fkank W. Dean, Pastor.
Rhoumatism Curod in a Day.
"Mystic Cure," for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon tho system is remark
ablo and mysterious. It removes at
unco tho causo and the disease imme
diately disappears. The lirst dose
greatly benefits; 75 eenta. Sold by II.
E. Grice, druggist, Red Cloud, Neb.
Muflio on tho Graphophono.
Few peoplo apprcciato tho marvelous
power of tho Graphophono as an en
tertainer. It is an instrument which,
though it costs much lessljthan the
least expensive musical instrument,
will enable its owner to havo at pleas
ure music of any kind fiom that of
the bagpipo to that of tho grand mili
tary band. It reproduces vocal selec
tions and gives one command of ovory
pleasure that appeals to tho senso of
hearing. No investment pays such
large returns in pleasure. Besides re
producing tho musical and other rec
ords made for entertainment purposes,
tho Graphophone will lecoul imme
diately and reproduce at once and as
often as is dcsiied, your own words or
song, or any sound. By writing to tho
Columbia Phonograph Company, 720
722 Olive St.. St. Louis, Mo., you can
obtain a catalogue that will give full
infoi matioii as. to pi ices of Grapho
Hod Cloud Markot Roport.
Butcher's Stock 3.003.30
Fat Cattle 1,00
Wheat, No. 2 75
Ducks and (Jeeso 5
For the speedy and permanent cure of
il-iu-i , ran ruuiiiii aim eczema, uiium
beilain'H Eyo and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves tlio itch
ing and minuting almost instantly and
is combined upo elTeetH a permanent
tuio. It alho cures itch, Imrber'a itch,
mild head, wire nipples, itching piles,
(happed hands, chronic goro eyes and
( mutilated lids.
Br. CnoVs Condition Powders for
noises aro tho best tonio. blood purifier
nndveimlfuge. Price, 25ceuts. Sold by
Disregard of Pension Laws.
J. II. Galloway, special examiner of
the United States pension bureau at
Washington, was hero tho lirst of tlio
week. While here ho called at this of
fice and requested that the following
in legal d to the execution cf pension
vouchers bo published for the benefit
of pensioners, to avoid iircgulaiities
Dkit. OKTHK iNrKltfOlt,
)KIT. OKTHK INrKltfOlt, )
Bmtr.AU or Pensions,
Washington, 1). C )
Sut Recent investigations had by
this Inn can to ascertain the methods
employed by publlo oilicials in execut
ing pension voticheis, has demonsttat
ed almost entile disicgmd for the laws
and tegulations governing the subject.
It Is eleat ly evidenced that the illegal,
lax, iudilleieiit and peiftinctoiy pto
ceduie now extant has become a men
ace to the proper and safe conduct to
the aflaiisof this buieati, so far as it
i elates to the payment of pensions, and
special clients me contemplated to cor
rect the existing abuses.
While it is believed that 111:1113 of
ficials who assist in the execution of
linllstnn Vllimlll.tU IlllVn lll nin.,nnllin
of their ci itninal liability in the prem
ises, it is equally certain that many
otheis to securo nn advantage in the
numerical number of ciientngo, know
ingly and wilfully resoit to violations
of the law.
Toitlio end that the former class may
piolit by tliis notice, this ciicular is is
sued. Tlieiccan be no justification in tho
ptevalent haste and laxity existing in
many olllees, by which post-dating,
false ceitilication, false claim and
"stock" witnesses havo become a fac
tor in the adminisliatiou and acknowl
edgement of pension vouchers.
It is the intention of tails but can,
whole the facts watiant such action,
to institute criminal proceedings
against tlio unities who indulge in
'lipn illfiffnl mill in-nmtlnt iit.irttif.no
and they are warned accoidingly
y following sttictly the Instructions
minted (in nili viiiii)wii- tin. iii.tiim
complained of may be eutiiely leiu-
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i-uiuii. i uij ii.-9iei-iiiiii) ,
11 C1..W i:an-,
Livor Coraplninta and Norvoiibnoss
A loip'd liver alwajs produce dull
ness in liability, etc. Vott ue all
clogged up and feel dcponilcnt. Pet
haps ini have Heated with plMt-ian-
or 11 iuil Millie olhei iccoiimiemli d uied
iciue without hum-lit. All that i no
argument against "Dr Fcniier'"? Itlimil
and Liver Remedy and N'etveTonii "
which we Insist will cute nervounes
and liver complaints. If not mistied
after Using one bottles your money will
beicftinded by C. L. Cotting.
Dr. Ponnor's Dyspopsia Curo
As tho name implies, is simply for
dyspepsia or indigestion. This prepa
ration is tlio prescription of one of
America's mojt eminent physicians,
whoso writings on medical questions
aro accepted as authority. If not sat
isfactory after using one bottle your
ma ev will be refunded by C. L Cot
ting. For Sale.
Ono bundled and sixty acres of unim
proved land four miles northwest of
lied Cloud, consisting of tho west half
of tho northeast quarter, and the east
half of the northwest quarter of section
Hfteen in township two north, range
cloven west. The land is leased at
present, but subject to salo. Price
2,000. For further information apply to
Mus. James Kikkwood,
Boforo You Rido Your Wheol
He mire and shake In your hIioch Allen's Foot
e-ftue, a powder for the feet. It keeiw jour leet
cool anil comfortable, jrecntt twentliiK feet,
anil makes jour endurance ten fold greater.
0cr 100.000 people are unlng Allen's Foot Ease
They all praUelt. Ladles, Insist on liming It.
It (dies rest and comfort to unartliiK, hot,
BHollen, achliiK, ni-r ous feet. At nil druggists
and shoo stores, 25c. Sample FIlEE by mall.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, I.cltoy, N. Y.
There is no
word so full
and about which such tender and
holy recollections cluster as that
of " Mother " she who watched
over our helpless infancy and guid
ed our first tottering step. Yet
the life of every Expectant Moth
er is beset with danger and all ef
fort should be made to avoid it.
so assists nature
in the change tak
ing place that
B .the Expectant
LllAnri Mother is cna-
n IK I III bicd to iokfor-
W 1 1 M Wartl without
dread, suffering or gloomy fore
bodings, to the hour when she
experiences the joy of Motherhood.
Its use insures safety to the lives
of both Mother and Child, and she
is found stronger after than before
confinement in short, it "makes
Childbirth natural and easy," as
so many have said. Don't be
persuaded to use anything but
"My wifo Buffered more in ten min
utes with either of her other two chil
dren than she did altogether with her
last, havinir previously used four bot
tles of 'Mother's Friend. It is a
blessing to any one ezfoting to be
come a MOT11EK," says a customer.
Hk.ndkuson Dalk, Carini, Illinois.
Of nniKKlMsnt HOO.oriont Uyoxpre on receipt
of prlco. Wrlto for Imok cunt ilnlntf tortlinonluli
and vnlunblu Inforiimttim for nil Mnthur fioo
The llrmltlflil llcgulator Co., Atlanta, (la.
I'an'l I 'mi'iii Spit nml Simile lm.r I lip Aits).
To nn t tui.ru co eiNlly nml foreior bu tniiu
in tie, fuil of life ncro uniUlKur. tulcu No To
II ic. tl on iiiitor uurKir, Hint makes hmiL men
n-i!j. All itrupKlHts, POoorll, Cure cunr.ui
Uul HooMcl nml k itiijiIo free. Aililri'si
faterllni; Itcuiedy Co , CUIi-uno or New Voile
MQUIM1 NO COOKING'' t
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Al FAR A A rOUNU PND A HAkl
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exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muvillc, which will be given
you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques arc 40 inches in circumference, arc free of any suggestion of
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They arc not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manner specified. The subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds arc handscmcly embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's bof good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starcb. Accept
tlllliof till IIKl Ah.l4
ri'iiih tn murium It
nte It uiiilnpriHluu tliu
inu'lo of IiiiiiU, on his
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nothing like it for nn m iiIiik's 1 uurtuliuut ut.
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out) KionUol 1 ut-.in.l ilriid Mil.jut", s-j.ilallj
(.ripurtKl In 11 labunitoi), but tliuGniilitiplionu
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Thu it eontutitly uwukins new lutvrtst mid
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clear und brilliant.
GrapliolMcs ire $M Itr $ioaunpd
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Promote, a luiurl.Dl ffrowth.
Never Talla to Ilntore Oraj
Aftir v tia tuumiui vuiur.
Curt watp diwawt b balr faUlsf.
AND THE - .
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KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
I II I 11 af
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Brand). To induce you to try this brand of
starch,so that you may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and econ
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a series of three
How To Get Them:
All purrlinpcrs of three 10 cent or
six Scent pneknacs of Kinetic Btnrch
(I'lnt Iron Ilrniul), aro entitled to ro
celvo'rom their fjrocer ono of theeo
benutiful aame Plaques frco. Tlio
plaques will not be sent by mail.
They car bo obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starcb.
Do not delay. This offer
is for a short tlmo only.
WITHOUT DHUGS I
A list of tlioilifiiM) th.it cum by
O&ir.Ol'Ai'AY i. tlio H'ifiico
of ill imle-.s hualiti,' It is a iiiuiins
of iiiljiistiii abiioiiiiale'oinlitioi.s,
of tliu body anil irstotiiiK its
functions. Osteiop.itliy is loiuiil
I'd on tlio principles of Anatomy,
Physiology, anil by skillful 11111
nipulntion tliu (Mcopnth luachos
thu samo lesults obtaineil by
eirugs without leaving tho injur
ious effects of medicine,
MARY CHASE ROCKWELL,
OS TEOPATH Yt
Has opened office in tho north
not th rooms os the Moon Block,
(up stairs), where she will give
full Osteopathic treatment.
The following diseases are success
fully treated by Osteopathy.
Asthma, atrowhy, parol) k!b, headache,
eczema, feern, KOltre, catarrh, eryslp.
cIhh, tmckr.che. coimtlpatlon, chronic
diarrhoea, ilyupcpBla, blBloutnctm, drop
y. kidney iIIm'hkcs. diiiutts peculiar to
u omen a tpeclalty, rheumatlRm, baldnenB
poor circulation, torpid liver. abicenaeB,
Keneial debllitr, nrasoe clns, deaf.
neR. broiichltla. throat dlneaKei, lunR
troubled, diseaees of the eye, nenoun
Office Hours 9 to ia and 1 to 4.
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CaTcats, and Trade-Marks obtained and a
business conducted for Moderate Pi
and we tan secure patent to less tune than those
remote from Washfncton.
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