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her condition during the period be
fore her little ones are born. Neglect
or improper treatment then endan
gers her life and that of the child. It
lies with her whether she shall suffer
unnecessarily , or whether the ordeal
shall be made comparatively easy.
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NOTICli TO CREDITORS.
In county court , within and for Red Willow
county , Nebraska , December 5. 1899 , in the
matter of the estate of Allen Phillippi , de
ceased. To the creditors of said estate : You
are hereby notified that I will sit at the county
court room in McCook , in said county , on the
6th day of June , 1900 , to receive and examine
all claims against said estate , with a view to
their adjustment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims against
said estate is six months from the 5th day of
December , 1899 Witness mv hand and the
seal of said county court , this 6th day of
December , 1899. G. S. BISHOP ,
[ SEAL. ] 12-22 County Judge.
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ciation. A tree , with presents for nil
the children , delighted the members of
the Sunday-school ; besides a splendid
literary and inusicinl programme was
given with a heartiness and happiness
that pleased everybody. The choir add
ed its musical mite to the regular pro
gramme of the children. An address
was made to the little folks by Elder H.
H. Berry. All the children received
presents , and the affair caused their
youthful hearts much joy , and the adults
no small satisfaction.
The Methodist church was crowded ,
last Saturday evening , to witness and
hear the Christmas entertainment by
the children of the Sunday-school. A
short literary and musical programme
was rendered by the little folks to the
evident pleasure of all , notwithstanding
the time of preparation had been short.
After the completion of the programme
of the evtuang , presents were distributed
to all the children from a tree , an exer
cise in which the children took part
with their usual enthusiastic glee , and
an act which the audience enjoyed with
scarcely less pleasure. No attempt was
made at decoration.
Christmas is one of the great festival
days of the church , and its celebration
and commemoration in St. Patrick's
church was on an elaborate plan. There
was an early Mass at eight o'clock , with
reception of the Holy Communion and a
short sermon. High Mass was held at
10:30 : , and the attendant musical pro
gramme was a superb feature , concluding
with "Adeste Fedelis , " a Christmas
At eight o'clock in the evening , a
Christmas entertainment wag given by
the children of the Sunday-school ,
"Scenes From the Crib of Bethlehem , "
in original costumes , with a full chorus.
The church was crowded , and all were
delighted at the performance of the
children , whose acting , declamation and
singing were exceptionally fine and
A Christmas tree and the distribution
of presents therefrom was the concluding
feature of a delightful evening and
Evergreens were utilized in appropriate
A delightful old-country practice was
followed by the carol singers of St.
Alban's church , this season , that of
visiting the homes of the parishioners ,
Christmas eve , and singing the tuneful
and appropriate Christmas carols ap
pointed for the season.
ADDITIONAL RAILROAD NEWS.
J. W. Cunningham of Stockville has
entered the Burlington service.
Robert J. Moore of the freight house
has resumed his place in the office.
Switchman J.V. . Gerlinger was a
Christmas guest of Conductor L. E. Gil-
J. W. Rivett , supt. of buildings , was
up from Lincoln , Wednesday , starting
the work on the new ice house.
Fireman Arthur Douglass came down
from Denver , Monday , to spend the holi
days , returning on No. i , Thursday.
Brakemau M. C. Wayson has bought
the O'Neil interest in the restaurant of
O'Neil & Heber , taking possession on
Wednesday of this week.
Conductor B. L. McCarl , Brakemen
D. M. Taylor and William Hegenberger
were at headquarters for Christmas , re
turning to Republican City on Tuesday.
W. H. Williams , who supplied for
Robert Moore , returned to Republican
City this week. After a short visit at
liome he expects to go out on the line
in the telegraph service.
Supt. of Buildings Rivett of Lincoln
and force of carpenters arrived in the
city , Monday night , and on Tuesday
morning commenced the construction of
the new ice house , which is being rushed
along to comp'e'ion at a rapid pace. The
building has been described in a pre
vious issue , and it is but necessary testate
state that it will be the best one on the
Burlington system in this state , being of
the regular refrigerator construction and
will not require any filling. The end
less chain device will be used in loading
and unloading the ice , and this machin
ery will save a large labor account.
Officer Smelser received a telegram
from Blue Springs , last Friday , request
ing him to detain a woman and a two-
year-old child who were on No. 15 , en
route from Odell to McCook. When the
train rolled into Red Cloud , Officer
Smelser had no trouble in finding the
characters wanted and they were ac
cordingly detained here over night. No
further word being received from down
the line , they were started on the return
trip on the morning train at 10:30. About
one o'clock word came from the woman's
husband in Blue Spring's , wanting her
held until he arrived. A telegram was
sent , notifying him that she had started
back that morning No particulars of
the affair are obtainable , but as nothing
has since been heard from the seat of
trouble , it is supposed that the wanderer
returned to the fold and all is serene
once more. Red Cloud Argus.
"I was nearly dead with dyspepsia , tried
doctors , visited mineral springs , and grew
worse. I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. That
cured me. " It digests what you eat. Cures |
indigestion , sour stomach ; heartburn and all j 2
forms of dyspepsia. D. W. Loar. I
Names on tfte Death Roll
AN IMPRESSIVE LIST.
Victims of the Ilenper From Every
Circle Soldiers , Statesmen mid
Authors Gathered In In Scores.
4. M. Edouard Hcrvc , noted French editor and
one of the "Forty Immortals , " in Paris ; aged
Minnie Alice French ( Mrs. E > an3) ) . popular
actress , in New York city.
10. Dr. Horace Burr , historian and linguist , at
Wilmington. Del. ; aged Si
13. Nelson Dingley , Republican leader in the
house of representatives. In Washington ; aged
14. Nubac Pasha. Egyptian statesman , in Paris.
16. George Gemunder , noted the world over as a
maker of violins , at Long Island City , N. Y. ;
Isaac Craig , local historian , at Pittsburg ; aged
17. W. K. Sullivan of the older generation " '
Chicago journalists , in that city ; aged 63.
Hon. John llussell Young , journalist and diplo
mat , ex-minister to China , in Washington ;
23. Judge E. W. Woodbury , framer of the first
prohibitory liquor law enacted in Maine , at
Bethel. Me. ; aged 81.
25. Adolphc Philippe d'Ennery , noted playwright ,
in Paris ; aged 88.
26. Augustus H. Garland , ex-attorney general of
the United States , in Washington ; aged GO.
27. Mrs. Gen. Robert Williams ( widow of Stephen
A. Douglas ) , in Washington.
28. Gen. George Sears Greene , noted civil war
veteran , at Morristown , N. J. ; aged 08.
30. Itev. Myron W. Reed , noted pastor in the
west and a prominent Grand Army veteran , at
Denver ; aged 03.
31. Princess Marie Louise , consort of Prince Fer
dinand of Bulgaria , in Bulgaria ; aged 29.
2. Rev. Dr. C. S. Robinson , noted Presbyterian
divine and hymn writer , in New York city ;
6. Col. James A. Sexton , commander in chief of
the G. A. R. . in Washington ; aged 65.
6. Prince Albert , only son of the Duke and
Duchess of Saxe-Cobur ? and grandson of
Queen Victoria ; aged 25.
. Caprivi , ex-chancellor of the German empire ,
near Frankfurt , Germany ; aged 68.
Miss Anna Dowell , known as the "Mother of the
American Silk Industry , " in Paterson , N. J. ;
7. The IU. Rev. John Williams , bishop of Con
necticut and presiding bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal church of America , at Middletown.
Conn. ; aged 81.
William Laird of the famous shipbuilding firm
of Laird Bros. , at Birkcnhead.
11. Gen. Edmund Schriver , U. S. A. , retired , in
Washington ; aged SO.
12. Prince Napoleon Charles Bonaparte , grandson
of both Lucien and Joseph Bonaparte , at
Rome ; aged CO.
16. President M. Felix Faure of France , in Paris ;
17. Lewis Miller , founder of Chautauqua , inventor
and philanthropist , in New York city ; aged
20. Mme. Ponisi , an old time actress of Wai-
lack's company , at Keyport , N. J. ; aged 81.
23. Gen. David Weisiger , a Confederate noted as
the hero of the Petersburg "Crater. " at Richmond
mend ; aged SO.
24. M. Kmile Welti , Swiss statesman , at Bern ;
26. Gen. J. J. Reynolds , U. S. A. , retired , in
Washington ; aged 77.
27. Sarah Jevvctt , once a noted actress , in Cam
bridge , Mass.
23. J. Madison Wells , ex-governor of Louisiana
and noted in the exciting political affairs of
that state , in New Orleans.
1. Emma Waller , once noted American actress ,
in New York city ; aged 70.
Baron Hcrschell , lord high chancellor of Great
Britain , in Washington ; aged 63.
2. Connie Jackson , sister of Joe Jefferson and
once noted on the American stage , in New
York city ; aged 62.
5. II. Wolff , American illustrator , in New York
city ; aged 62.
6. Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii , at Honolulu ;
10. Sir Douglas Gallon , noted scientist and an
authority on sanitation , in London ; aged 77.
11. Capt. Samuel Trott , ocean cable expert , at
Miami , Fla. ; aged 67.
12. Prof. Walter D. Dabney of the University of
Virginia , at Charlottesville ; aged 46.
14. Etnile Erckmann , French novelist , collaborator
with Chatrian. in Paris ; aged 77.
15. Joseph Martin , inventor of the cash carrying
system , at Florence , Mass. ; aged 65.
10. Benjamin P. Hutchinson , "Old Hutch , " the
Chicago speculator , at Lake Geneva , Wis.
Joseph Medill , proprietor of the Chicago Trib
une , at San Antonio ; aged 76.
IS. Prof. 0. C. Marsh of Yale , noted for geolog
ical researches , at New Haven ; aged 68.
Dr. Oliver Marcy. dean of the Northwestern uni
versity , at E\anston , Ills. ; aged 79.
24. Francis H. Pierpont , "war governor" of
West Virginia , at Pittsburg ; aged 85.
Prof. GustavoViedeman , holding the chair of
physics and chemistry at the University of
Leipsic , at Leipsic ; aged 73.
G. W. Leitner , noted linguist , at Bonn ; aged 69.
25. Gen. Isaac H. Bailey , a veteran of the civil
war , formerly prominent in New York poli
tics , in New York city ; aged 70.
Ge"n. Thomas Vincent Fletcher , ex-governor of
Missouri , in Washington ; aged 72.
Comte Chaudordy. French diplomat , in Paris ;
27. Rev. Dr. James Ormsbee Murray , dean of
Princeton university , at Princeton ; aged 72.
29. Gen. Daniel W. Flagler , U. S. A. , at Old
Point Comfort , Va. ; aged 64.
1. Baroness Clara de Hirsch de Gereuth , who (
left $100.000.000 to charity , in Paris.
4. Lily Post , formerly well known New York
light opera singer , in San Francisco.
9. Stephen J. Field , associate justice of the su
preme court of the United States , retired , in j
Washington ; aged S3.
10. Sir Monier-Monier Williams , professor of
Sanscrit at the University of Oxford , in Lon
don ; aged CO.
20. U. Edouard Jules Henri Pailleron , French
poet and dramatist , in Paris ; aged 65.
21. Dr. Heinrich Kicfcrt , noted geographer and
cartographer , in Berlin ; aged SO.
22. The Rt. Hon. Sir John Mowbray , "Father of
the House of Commons , " in London ; aged 84.
25. Gen. Richard J. Oglesby , former governor of
Illinois , in Springfield ; aged 75.
7. Robert Goelet , member of the New York
aristocracy of wealth , in the harbor of Naples ; i "
aged 5S. ' j
Sheridan Shook , once a prominent New York
politician and afterward a theatrical man
ager , at Red Hook. N. Y. ; aged 71.
2. Rebisso , eminent sculptor , at Cincinnati ;
4. Gen , Manning F. Force , Federal war veteran
and campaign historian , at Sandusky , O. ; |
aged 75. j
10. Gen. Samuel B. Smith , Federal veteran ,
known as the "Father of the National Guard
System , " at Dayton , O. ; aged 62. j
11. August Brentano. noted publisher and bookseller - I
seller of Union square. New York , in that
city ; aged 40. ;
Roswell P. Flower , ex-governor of New York ,
at Eastport. N. Y. ; aged 64.
14. H. Francisque Sarcey. famous French dra
matic critic , at Paris.
22. Mile. Rhea. French actress , at Montmorency ,
France ; aged 55. 1'
24. Senor Don Emilio Castelar. Spanish Repub
lican statesman , at Murcia , Spain ; aged 67.
15. ROM Donbeur , famous animal painter , tt
Fontalncblcau ; aged 78.
8. Johann Strauss the "Waltz "
, Ring : , at VIenna -
enna ; aged 74.
5. Frank Thomson , president of the Pennsyl
vania railroad , at Philadelphia : aged 69.
7. Henry L. Clinton , noted criminal lawyer. In
New York city ; aged 80.
Augustin Daly , American thcaier manager. In
London ; aged 61.
Gen. W. S. Walker , noted Mexican and Confed
erate veteran , at Atlanta.
10. Capt. Henry Nirliol of the U. a monitor
Monaiinock. at Manila.
11. The Rev. Dr. William Garden IJIalkle , D. D. .
LL. D. . noted Scotch theologian , at North
Berwick ; eged 70.
14. Dr. Laueon Talt. pioneer In curjicry. at l.on-
don ; aged M.
J5. Prof. Ixicke Richardson , the American elocu
tionist , in Berlin.
Rear Admiral Pierce Crosby. U. S. N. . retired.
In Washington ; Hired 70.
Congressman Ilk-hard Pjrks llljnd. ilhvr chain
pion. at l.vham > M. Mo. : aged 01.
23. John Godfrey Moore , promlmnt banker anil
exchange broker , in New York city : aged K2.
Henry B. Plant , loimder of the Plant transpor
tation svstcrn. in New York city ; aged SO.
24. Kapioljin. widow of King Kalakuua. at Him-
olulu : aged 03.
29. Daniel F. Tirinan. oldest of the surviving ex-
nia > ura uf New York i-ily. at Audubon Park :
30. Kmtna Dorothy Eliza Nevittee Southworth.
the novelist , in Washington : aged SO.
1. Charles Victor Cherbullez. French academi
cian , noxelist and critic , in Paris : aged 70.
2. Gen. H. G. Wright. U. S. A. , retired. In Washington -
ington ; aged 71) .
3. John Walter llendley. modeler foi the gov
ernment at Washington , in that city ; aged 72.
5. Bishop John P. Newman , noted Methodist di
vine and the friend of Grant , at Saratoga ;
6. Robert linnncr. founder and proprietor of the
New York l.i-dii > r. in New York city : aged 75.
7. George \ \ . Julian , noted western statesman ,
at Irviii iuii. Ind. : aged 62.
10. The Grand Duke George , brother of the czar
and heir to the throne , at St. Petersburg ;
Judge Walliridge A. Field , eminent Massachu-
tctts jurist and chief justice , in Boston ;
18. Col. A. L. Hawkins. 10th Pennsylvania volun
tecra. at sea on the way home to San Fran
Horatio G. Alger. famous author of boys' stories ,
at Nalick. Mass. ; aged 65.
19. Elizabeth Thompson , noted philanthropist , al
Littleton. N. H. ; aged 7&
20. II. K. Thtirber. the retired New York million
aire merchant , at Halley , la. ; aged 79.
21. Robert G. Ingersoll , at Dobbs Ferry. N. Y. ;
24. Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Sawyer , noted Unlversalist
writer and educator , in Boston : aged 95.
25. Gideon J. Tucker , an old time politician and
journalist , founder of the New York Dally
News , in New York city : aged 73.
29. Guzman Blanco , once president of Venezuela.
81. Albert Mcnier. the chocolate magnate. In
Kate Chase Sprague. daughter of Salmon P.
Chase , a noted Washington belle in wartime ,
in Washington ; aged 69.
Daniel G. Brinton , noted ethnologist , archa-
elegist and physician , at Atlantic City ; aged
3. George Averoff. noted Greek philanthropist , at
Alexandria. Egypt ; aged 70.
9. Col. U. E. Sinn , the theatrical manager , at
Pittsfield , Mass. ; aged 65.
12. Gen. Edmund l-afayette Hardcastle. veteran
of the old army and a hero of the Mexican
war. at Towson. Md. ; aged 75.
16. Prof. Robert Wilhelm Ebcrhard Bunsen , dis
tinguished German chemist , at Heidelberg ;
19. Gen. Thomas Alfred Davies. a veteran of the
civil war. at Ogdensburg , N. Y. ; aged 90.
Sir Charles Lennox Peel. K. C. B. , a noted
Conservative , at London ; aged 76.
20. Isaac McLcllan. known as the sportsmen's
poet , died at ( Jreenpoint. N. Y. ; aged 93.
24. Judge Henry Hilton , heir to the A. T. Stew
art million ! ! , at Saratoga ; aged 75.
8. Rear Admiral Henry F. Picking , U. S. N. ,
a civil war veteran , at Charleston ; aged 59.
James B. Eustis , ambassador to France under
Cleveland , at Newport : aged 65.
12. Cornelius Vanderbilt , head of the family in
the third generation , in New York city ; aged
19. Charles Patrick Daly , noted justice , in New
. York city : aged S3.
20. M. Scheurer-Kcstner , former senator and a.
strong champion of Dreyfus , in Paris ; aged 66.
25. Jared B. Flagg , noted American portrait
painter , in New York city ; aged 80.
27. Gen. Henry Heth. noted Confederate veteran ,
in Washington ; aged 74.
5. Former United States Senator James Harlan ,
last surviving member of Lincoln's cabinet , at
Mount Pleasant , la. ; aged 79.
13. Vice Admiral Philip Howard Colomb , R. N. .
British naval officer , inventor and writer , in
London ; aged 68.
15. Laurence Gronlund , social economist and au
thor , in New York city ; aged 53.
IB. Edward Orton , Ph. D. , LL. D. . distinguished
geologist , at Columbus , O. ; aged 70.
IS. Isaac Bird , a California pioneer orchardist ,
at Watsonville , Cal. ; aged 6.
J. L. Davis , a negro song writer , at White-
stone , N. Y. ; aged 36.
19. W. H. Appleton. last of the old circle of
New York publishers , in New York city ;
25. Grant Allen , the English author , in London :
27. John Codman Ropes , military historian , in
Boston ; aged 63.
Gen. Guy V. Henry , U. S. A. , civil war and
regular army veteran , in New York city ;
23. Ottmar Mcrgenthaler , " inventor of the linotype
type machine , in Baltimore ; aged 45.
29. Florence Marryatt ( Mrs. Francis Lean ) , Eng
lish novelist , at Brighton , England ; aged 62.
1. Alvin Saunders , "war governor" of Nebraska ,
at Omaha : aged S2.
13. Col. Henry Iiinian , veteran of the regular
arm > and the civil war , author of the "Old
Santa Ko Trail. " at Topeka ; aged 62.
14. Dr. Moritr Busch. biographer of Bismarck , at
Lcip = ic ; aged 7S.
17. Col. Lawrence Kip. veteran of the civil war
and a noted turfman , in New York city ; aged
19. Sir William Dawson , noted educator and geol
ogist of Canada , at Montreal ; aged 66.
Lady Salisbury , wife of the premier of England.
21. Garret A. Hobart. vice president of the Unit
ed States , at Paterson , N. J. ; aged 55.
S3. Prof. Miaskowski. an authority on political
economy and international law in Leipsic
university , at Leipsic ; aged 61.
Thomas Henry Ismay , founder of the White Star
line , at Liverpool ; aged 62.
James McManes. once the Republican ruler of
Philadelphia , in that city : aged 75.
J5. Rev. Robert Lowry , author of many popular s
hymns , at Plainfleld , N. J. ; aged 73. w
27. Charles Coghlan. the actor , at Galveston ;
Samuel H. Elbert , a Colorado pioneer and polit
ical leader , in Galveston ; aged 66.
2. John Inslee Blair , a Pennsylvania pioneer de
veloper and multimillionaire , in Blairstown.
N. J. ; aged 97.
5. U. S. Senator Elect M. L. Hayward of Ne
braska , at Nebraska City ; aged 69.
6. James McConnell , prominent journalist , at
Philadelphia ; aged 55.
7. Gen. H. H. Lockwood , a West Pointer and
civil war veteran , noted for learning and
philanthropy , in Washington ; aged 85.
1L Gen. Edward Ferrero , commander of the col
ored division of Burnside's corps , in New
York city ; aged 69.
Commander E. P. Wood , hero of the baby bat
tleship Petrel in the battle of Manila Bay , in
17. ' Lieut. Thomas M. Brumby , flag lieutenant of
Dewcy's Beet at the battle of Manila , in
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