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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1880)
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rUBLISUKU EVEIXY THURSDAY AT
LED C1j"jD, .Z2,ASIA.
M. I, THOMAS,
f:Ilf or itinl I'rnprlrfor.
Itrd Cloud rhhf.
VI V Till.
Gfcinigo I M - Weslsn
MILES OF ROAD.
It is the lllT -urc anJsAr i: rtutu between
:i-j a.l t..i.f LAbl and MJllTII.
lll'SIXM DWECTOi: Y
It tCir? il'f traviiii c i-ublic
1 Lnn :u j other road in the wesa.
Il .j t!.f OJ 1A UOAI) bc'wicn
COunci! 5l!ctJI" and Chicago
l I- ii wliu ii li run
! PULLMAN HOTEL CARS !
I1 ad li.: n I tl.r.-r ntxl to ilcaenll clu"n of
tr.i!i-r it m- 1 UM t'" A- MIALSatit
J-.A1 1N; s- 1 All' N'. at " cents .atb.
the Finest !
It" tram" ar' nil I qutj-pd wish withairlinili'.
'. iikj r . ui Ii tk" and all niixleni iui ro
ij tut.- .nl nl whirh cuuih-jued.
?em:i Fc::eit Sreeed!
Sure and c!c:e Scsrecticns !
Aud e crytliwc a .an'ncer can dcMrctu
laaLf u journey
QUICK Pleasant A: IOMFOKTAULE!
Pullman Sleepers on nil Night Truing !
IT I THE
People's Favorite Route.
AtC v.vr I l'ltilt tin? 'Iliroiipli Trnin of the
CI iuik A N h'I o-leni ami tin- 1'iiion I'a
tfi.c liH..4li' ,U purl fr.ui. arm cat iml use the
tau.ej n.l I i.li-li I'i l"'t.
Ifju vi.I tin- liM trm clitic aecomtnotliitionj
Tu will I ' tl'helf l tl.lS Kiiute JiTAud
WILL iaki: NONE riu-.u.
.V.1 T::zct Arcs. can tell jcn 7hr3ta
"Tici-cls via tils Head and cheat usual
Sarrare Free c: Ctarrje.
(hum Tlftn opirr ItSIl I'arnnni Street.
C. r H'h. anil at I'lmiii I'urifn lej''t.
"uun 1 ml'-' "1 uhft Uiei- " r. I!n..lwny ntitl
lV-rl Mri-i"-. ('. & S--W. K'y Depot, and
I niou raifi--'lraufr De"t- .
Demr H,i- In C-.Ionulo Central and Inion
I .i ... Ti h rti"
8an I r.k'.-i " Ui. J New Montsromerj' ?t.
I-r if -!. tion. folder, maj"'. etr not ol
t.ui.nlle -u Hi me 'lu-htt lh-v?. aOdre,-fl anj
tict-iit I'Siu-C mimny. or
O. C. CASE,
ATTOKXKV AT LAW.
Offic- vur door north of Otirbn-'x Store.
j:i:i 1'i.ori), m:.
Ciillcclinn- mmlf it roinitly rpinitntl-
J. S. GILHAM,
ATTOUNIIY ASH COfSKLOll AT LAW.
Office one loor iiuiilt of Kalry Bn.
KEI) CLOI'I), - NEKKA?KA.
ATTOKSEV AND COt'NSKLOK AT LAW.
AND MEA! ESTATE AOEZT
Hed ( loud. Neb.
Promi.t Attention Oivcn to Collections.
Orricr- with C. II- I'OTTLK. at I'.ed Cloud
Drug atcre. . .
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOIINKY ASD COL'N.SELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
22D SI07?, p;
ATTOU.NKV ASH COU.SijKWm Ai w.
.1 CM ATA, Ne-
Will i racticu in all the Court of the State.
I'minpl attention Kiven to all huiiie' entrusted
to hi care. Ofl.cc on the vxt side JuniaU
"Eternal Vigilance U the pricr of Liberty;' and $1) a yrar is the prir of the
REI)" CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. XKlJUASKA. TIIUKSDAV. JILNE IT, ISsU
T.-,r f---, .
i;ex: Z:8r fr
W. A Coniifl Jll i-Urt a jiaper xt
Cla Centre joon j
Thf younc in-n of Ve-ta li.tv; ora-1
ntziiJ a Irsi. ijliu.
j Tin Eji-cjl c-hurch a Schuyler ha.
' lten irri'atly lmnrovnl.
M L THOMAS.
THl'IL-DAV. JlXE 17, 10.
JAME-S A. (i A It FIELD,
For Virr 1'midnii,
CHESTER A. AKTIIUK,
of Sew York.
Tm: DfiiuicratJc national ronvontion
fomy citrtlit- 221 of the present month,
in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Omaha IWs coinpliiiH-ntJiry
"mmkI otl" for Garfield and Arthur con
tains a world of half hidden, hitinj;
H. S. Kaitv.
C. w. Kai.it.
Hcd Cloud. Neb.
J. L. IvAi.rr.
ivME of the leading pajierd hitterly
ileny the report that Garfield, the re
piihliran nominee for jreident, wai at
one time a Camphellite preacher.
(nnl ' .i a '! . .
l.n -. 111.
Ucn'1 1'acS. Atclit
in ur UT1 R- F It
i l li m gdLPi-sjggSj
TTOltNKYS AT LAW A ItEAL ESTATE
Will pm ct ire in all the inirtii in Nebraska
and northern Kan.i!. rolli-c-tioim iirowi'tly at
tended to ami correspondence -ohcilt-1.
LSD CLCUO. ITebrasia.
Alo. Apent- for II. A M. It. U- LamK
I. W. TULI-EYS.
U. S. Tension Surceon.
8ar0rntE over Kaley Hros. law office.
SID CLOUD. S2S2ASEA
"ei.bkkt a. ii all si. d.
It EH CLOIH, NEIL
llavinc located ermuiieiitly at thi place. I
will attend to all enlU. du or nieht. fli e lor
the present at FarleyVdrujr nre; at uipht at
bin rcMiit-nri- over Nevhoiif s Store. lJ.in-
J. HI. .HOSE'A. I?I D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Hr.D CLOUD. NEIL
Will pay -penal atten'ion to Obstetric- and
li'eoiM of women-Alo ccucm! aid special
uri:er. D'ea.-e of the Ki and Ear t harKes
moderate. Olheo over Shurcr' I 'rue Stori;.
"jAJ!i. M. CALIiEXDER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Trompt nt'eadar.ie on all calls in the practice
of medicine or urt:ery.
oH. - SK1ULV.K.
TiiEGn-enhacker.- at their conven
tion in Chicago, June 11th, placed in
nomination one Mr. Weaver for the
presidency, and Gen. Chandlers for
vice-president. It is needle.- to i-ay
that Mr. Weaver and Mr. Chamber
will not gel there.
ASH A 11I.L USE OK r.lSY
The -tore of ICohert.- Itrw., utuU:j.
wa.- burglarized lat week.
The count v liiiuor hee of Gusre KKEII 1111" IT.-'.
county ha? been ratred to J5.). CH U"KElL" CHE1E
.-t. raul expi-etf to double Her jkijiu- OllAN'til.-", LEMON
lation teiore me .inow n:e.
The frame work of the new Baptist
'hurch at David City i- erected.
Druwnville i to have a new ft-rrv
boat, calieU the "lirowiivxHe IJelle "
A wiirh-out on the A. A- N. occurred ,
near Fall? City on Wcdno-day !a-t. f
A wornunV Christian t'mpenince
union has been organized at Dawdj
David Cirv -rortint: men have club-'
AI A HK.-T iLVv,
bed together to build a race track.
The cirn crop in Kearney county i-
said to be double th
Ice Cream Parlor,
When ou can s!ki
el a line u.-i ! ! l. nam uurixi
1 A -liarc of the pubhi
ri"petHill mi'h it'l rT! !''
s..utb of MiUht-11 A Monmrt -
IF YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
ml of last sun-on
I.. II. Thompson, offlrd, i- held on a Ked Cum i, - - Nu.ka-kv
charge of shooting with intent to kill.
'rt... f n . i : .i: . .!..., I
i Jit" t i jih" jiiiti iiij; iii-Liiii" v lau ei
at their dillcreiit sUition- in the state.
A man wa.- -hot and in-tantlv killed
at Louis', ille Friday by mistake. I
The rlo-ing exen-i-c- at th Normal ,
School, Tern, took place the lGih in-t. j
L:iiicH.-t'r county receives $"is.4I.' oj
in taxes from her railroad-, annually.
A little girl was abducted from Wil- J
low island iy a couple oi adventurers -..j-i,, IFOrL' - rh
Kverythinc usually kept tn a Srt cl-i
PEOUDFIT b MARSH,
OEXEItAL DEALERS IN
II .1 MID HNIrf
SEVIX5 MA IIIES
J. W. JloltANVlUi;
roWLEs. A AMIJOY, NEI5KA-KA.
All irofeiona fcalls will receive our prompt
and careful attention. -JOino
THIS COMTVNY HAVE .TlST FIN
ISHED COMTLETE SHOPS WITH
EVFKY FACILITY OF THE
LTE-T IMl'KOYED MA
CHINERY. AND AKE
Tl'ltE Standard Trade Vehicles,
Dr. H. A. Baird,
.Tamils A. GAixriELH wiu- born in
Ciiv:iboL-:i eoiintv. Ohio, ill 1S31. IIL-H
parent.- were in humble eircum-tance,-,
and his early life was spent in labor
upon the farm, and afterward as a boat
man on a canal. His education com
menced rather late, and was obtained
mainly by hi unaided effort-, lie
graduated at Williams college, Massit-chu-ett-,
in IS'iO. Senator IngalK of
Kan-as and ex-Senator Hitchcock, of
tin- state, were with him at that time,
student- in that institution. After his
graduation he was for two years prin
cipal of an academy in northern Ohio,
at the same time keeping up the study
of the law. in LS."9 he was elected to
the Ohio state -enate, and at the break
ing out of the war he was appointed
colonel of one of the Ohio regiments-.
IL' was early tran-ferred to staff duty,
and became chief of staff of the Army
of the Cumberland. In the campaign
which terminated in the battle of Mur
freesboro, he was promoted for gal
lant services to the rank of brigadier
general, aud afterward to major gen
eral, and in the autum of isf,2 was
elected to congress from the western
reserve district of Ohio. To that posi
tion he has been re-elected every two
years since that time. Last winter the
Ohio legislature chose him as .senator
to succeed Allen G. Thurman. and he
will take his seat on the 4th of March,
Kichardiion. S. Garber.
Richardson & Garber,
Hicbc?t market price paid for hoc and cattle.
J K Smith S. C. Svirn M.IJ.TmimRox.
Pre. First Nat. Cash. Fint Uatc Tiller First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Hank Nat. uank iieat-
Neb. Beatrice Neb. rufeNeb.
m Jjrors & ;hompnon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections in any part of the
rr :...! c.n'ou.ll errhantf utiPH the princi-
1 ....i oC,1.rn i.itioc l.onn uioner upon improved
. rrmM lticei e depo in subject to f ipht drafu
SPRING WAGONS. Allow interest men titne.depofits, and ttans-
. . act a cencrai Banking business.
l'LATFORM WAl.ONr , isKrEKr.srBS. Omaha National. Bank, A.
LUDLOW FR1NG AGONS.
FTXXDAKD TRADE 15UGGIES,
ELE('ANT RREWSTER BUGGY,
F VltMERS" TWO-SEATED
i:tc. i:tc, etc.
Send for e-iirns and Trices, to
KOHINSON WAGON CO.
40.v Cincinnati. Ohio
Quick Tixce 1 Through Trains !
Close Connections ! No Delay !
Burlington Route !
Tc Chicago and The East.
Lowest rates of Fare will be made.
Throuch Cars will be run from k. Jl.romt!
in southern sebraj-ka to Chicapp.
A ten minutes connection, will be made at i"a
cifliclunetion. . .
vrriHCAUO close connections will alwayi
be made to the ea?t. routheast end north.
lcepinp car berths reserved at the liineolt
ticket onice Dy leiegrapa .or uu iiiii'-"".
from M Ssouri Kiver to Chicago.
TO ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
Theburlincton route have a system of throuch
elecjicrs and close connections between the
.Missouri Kivcr and St- Louis
I'asjeiieere takmc thi line have the oct ol
accommodation. Pullman sleeper .run rcgu
azly tram -Viesouri Kiver to St. Louis.
TO l'EOKIA, INDIANAPOLIS., CIN
ClNNATI, AND THE
yjbis is the only reliable route to the outh-it-
Connections are ma e at Peoria with the
T "p & W. sad I. B. A- W. Railroads for Indian
apolis' Cincinnati. Columbus, and all central
nab soathern Ohio. Kea-.ucy. outkera Indiana.
jnTXJwS CA2S. Gc:i Heals at 75 cents.
When you go east be sure and trsvel ever tbe
3 &. M. line if you wih to t e SAFE and com
fortable and desire to travel speedily.
A E.TOrZALIN. P. LOWELL.
Afc Gen'l suaaser. Geal ft i I'tAgl
S. Paddck. U. .S Senaton First National Bank
New York. CamhriJce Valley National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
JOE. 'JACOBS. PnornncroE.
TWO HOOKS WEST OK BOV'S HOME.
Keeps on hand the bes-t brand of Wines.
Liquors. Beer, Ale. and fine Oipars. A share of
the xmblic patronage it roliceted.
TBOrBlETOR RED CLOU
And Dealer In
Paints, OILS g VARNISHES-
All goods in my Line kepi constantly on
haid: &nd to which I invite the attention or
3ul HENRY COOK.
During the recent canvas, when
everybody else was watching the dis
patches, Gen. Grant has not had a tele
graph wire to his residence, has not
even been in frequent communication
with his friends. Few men in the na
tion have manifested less personal in
terest than he. He has been entirely
willing to leave the whole matter in the
hands of the American people per
fectly contented to abide their choice.
Because he has attached friends to
him with bands of steel, many suppose
there must be some secret influence
that he has been exerting, to win the
nomination. This is undoubtedly true.
But not in the souse intended. It
was the secret power of a great nature,
operating silently, unobserved by the
crowd, but all the more potent.
There is no ina:i to-day that attracts
the heart of the American people so
strongly as does Gen. Grant. Even
those opposing him for the Presidency,
instinctively do him such homage as
they do no other man. He is the first
citizen of the nation not less so in his
quiet home at Galena than he would
be in the presidential mansion. A'e-braxkan.
IOM V l.-1-fw. j
A drove of 1300 -heep passed through t
Pawnee City on their way to York;
The county clerk of Pawnee paid
out $131 for wolf scalps lrom January
to June 1st
Nearlv IJm.OOO head of cattle are on
the road from Texas to Kansas and
Nebraska has ,&'2'.i miles of railroad
with an assessed valuation of $9.'Jl.V
The Alboin depot has been located.
The road will cost, on average, $6,000
Burglar- made a successful raid in
Ballard's hardware store, at Hasting-.
A farmer and his wife, leVulixit; m-ar j
Srhuvler. were si-riouslv injured bv a
run away last week.
J. W. W.mmI. of North Platte, was
.crushed to death last Wedncsdav,
while colliding a train at that place.
Tbe State Spoilsmen's As-ociation
will have a several days shoot and a
game supper, at Milford. in September.
The new iron bridge on the Elkhorn.
at Pilfer, will be completed thi- week.
the cost will be about $1,000.
An engine was disabled on the Beat-'
rice divi-ion of the B. fc M. la-t Mon-j
day. causing much delay to the stock j
Tbe Wilbur and Beatrice gla-s ball j
shooters had a match hist Saturday, in I
which the Beatrice shooters came out
Col. Towne ha? resinned his position.
as superintendent ! tne - v - rail
road, to as-ume a -ituiiar position on a I
There are three hundred and eitrhty j
ton-of government and Black IIill-l
freight, awaiting tr;
Dr. Reed, of Peru, has x
Herald office, and his nephew. Frank
Reed, formerly foreman of the Sheridan
Post, will be tiie editor and manager.
The U P company have offered to
build a bridge over the Platte at North
Bend for $14,000. and subscriptions are
being solicited for that purpose.
A Stanton lawyer threw a book at
the head of a witness who displeased
him. in the court .at that place, and was
committed to jail for ten days by the
come and sec us as we
will not be
53 ft R B W
of all kind).
They oll CHEAP for CASH, and if they
bate n". what juu want, le.no juur
older aud they Mill fill it.
Have Just Received the Largest
EVER BROUGHT TO THE
CALL ON TIIKM
One door north of Garber'. and Mr.HOLCO.MlJ
will wait ou you. aprltf
RK1) CLOUD. NEB.
DKY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
THK BB8T IS THF. 2iAliET
So lil at Lownt Price
ansportation at I .., . ,. ,-v ..
RED CLOUD NEB.
Mail carrier Keith informs us that
John Burton, aged sixteen year-', son
of I). H. Burton, of York county, a
drowned last Friday while swimming
in the Blue near Fillmore Mills.
Several of the well diggers in Danne
brog precinct have penetrated vein- of
soap-stone while sinking for water, and
also veins of oily mineral water, which
they deem good evidence that coal l
not far off.
A. K. Na-h corps, of the St. P.RR
crossed the summit the head of Coon
Creek last Saturday. Mr. Wakefield
will continue the line to Norfolk, run
ning clo-s by the side of the U P line.
The Columbus Journal says Mr. An
derson ha dispo-ed of more than 300
stock hogc, to farmers in Platte county,
who have a surplus of corn on hand,
and wish to fatten hogs.
The 4th of July next is the day set by
Judge Barnes for the hanging of Ed
ward Priest and Thomas Walker, the
I two Winnebago Indian-. The execu
tion Avill take place at Dekoux City.
A man named Warren Owens, who
recently arrived at North Platte from
Kansas, made an attempt to take the
life of his wife one day last week.
Crazed with whisky is the excuse offer
ed for the man's misconduct.
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mis. o. n. n.iiVLKr.
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cud IH uHrtiiwa.!
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IRCKr rs C-HKOltS,
lCTl RK l'lt.WlU,
COFFINS Uj- n h.I 4 tfful
(kK Um 1 ft'??
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A'KDCLOfP. - NK1L
8ABET m WTAWIT.
tK.irji ti All Mt or
( A.N.M IM.OOIK, FHIITS. NUTSSr
vu KKtn i ( . rk v. iriu
rir:H zzz, ts. zxzzz.ZTtrj x.
arm Mcab at M bvo.r. "2& Mots.
ftsTKKKSH OVyTKIu- .Iw.w, UhJ.
Vcltrr in4. n dr uth f
Klr) ifrwk taw &cc,
HKI Cl.ll'l). - - NKIl.
J. L MILLER
Krrrr imitnt'r a !iat! fn! Mn
llarw.- t'1r. saddl- v !,
H.T I'tankrt' C,.r,1 Hinok
op. Hanirn ()! nd rrry
thin; uua!i) ki-t m
a 5rt 4a h t
Two dir otU of tk l-anl.
LKal i:n t,1
Stirring Plows, Breaking Plows,
r Hoods ami
KOOTS aud SIIOKH
Hats? Caps 6l
lluuhj Mndc Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valloy and will
not be undersold.
GIVE I'd A CALL. ONE 4 ALL.
DRY - GOODS.
4- Sl Jjlllllii.
Feed $? Sale Stable.
J. D. Post, Prop. BED CLOUD.
Feterson's Magazine for July is on
our table ahead, as usual. Even num
ber of this magazine has some special
feature, and the one, this month, is an
illustrated article on "Eoyal Beauties
of This Centurv."' Among other por
traits given is one of Louise, Queen of
Prussia, mother ot the present Oerman
Emperor, one of the most beautiful
women that ever lived, if we may judge
from this engraving. Then there is a
colored fashion plate; a colored pat
tern; numerous spirited wood engrav
ings; designs in embroidery, and a
score or more of the newest fashions in
dresses, hats, bonnets ifcc. The stories
are even better than usual, and that
is saying a great deal. Among them
are the opening chapters of a powerful
novelet "The Lost Talisman of Monte
zuma," by n new contributor, besides
other original tales, all by first-class
American writers. The price of
"Peterson"' is but two dollars a year.
In clubs, sut copies are sent for 'nine
dollars, with an extra copy for a year,
as a premium, to the person getting up
the club- Unquestionably 'Teterson"
is the "cheapest, as tcell as the best" as
the publisher claims. Specimens are
sent, gratis, to persons wishing to get
up clubs. As a new volume begins
with the July number, now is a capital
time to subscribe. Address Chas. J.
Peterson. 305 Chestnut Street, Phila
A couple of young fellows from the C D A l I M CURE
rnnntrv mit into i little trouble over w"twib w
one of the fair sex in Beatrice and one SiK .cn" iiSSS i
OI mem urew a reoner. nit; cat- mea:$ ot the joint or limbs. t wui completely
was settled before Judge Hill bv the reiuoce a bone spavin without blwterincorcaus- sXj - y .
young man with horder-rutllan proper.- "TOSSl 8.?jgEtf&ZX ?S fc Q Y 5
sities paying a nne.
AND HAY RAKES.
.And Also The Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
A LARGE SUPPLY OP
. with perfect fetr. A cnrelwhteb we are know-
T-tl 1 1 l al lilt II U B Ti?uil w ajw rutiu tr aw j cir
Mr. Dibble has been Shearing tills j,i;-j0jnt Umenwand w rertnanentb- cnr-e
week and got a fleece from a Pelaine two years oso with KeaiUjSpavia cure. P.e-
. i..V.;.K-rt;.rIiol ,imU it olovn taeiabcr we claim it will care a bae f tiu mad
mux w hicix w eiglieja 4 pounds at eio tn con:rleteir nni0Xe the bnncb wiboat bllnerinir-
months growth. This ram was winter- e,- y.aH ?r-ae- rav
ed wintered with the flock, and was 5J . ta- u - W
- , .. i.i I:.. l .,.. To whoa it may cneern: In the year Is.j I
neither blanketed or received an trtated witi, ReDdair ravin Curt bnpaT-
spccial care. Beatrice Courier. , in of seriral montlr'crowth. nearly balfa larje
L , . . as a hen's csk. aaJ completely opped the 1am-
trT ftt ntn5"'jv? new and emoTed the ecUrcetces 1 hv
All AVSt W i-l.- . I worked the horse eTer since very hard. an4 kc
We live in an ace of
as is evident to all when
The jnWi xcotrallj ar? riu''tel to
call ind xarotnc ray zyl aou pnesa, a.
a harc of the xrnromn x o)icxnd.
Sk$T Store, firt door north of Ioh
cri meat market.
H-2C' P. NEWHOUFK.
KI CIAtVIt, el.
Vard sonth of Haropton & Hal toaJ
bop, oa .Mil a Hrect-
And the Largest Lot of
Kex roovyrstly s Laa4a aawrtasret f
l.tttntr. IjbUi. lilrl. w la.
MmHAimg Prnjr etc.
imnrovements nererhasbee lame. nor coald I ever se any dif
, ,.. .;,!, fereneeinthe siie ol the hock joint since I
1 we consider .-,,IW4 him with Kendall' Smtio Care.
the wonderful discoveries which are- K-A.GUXE5.
coming to light day by dav One of sJiSSiJ
the latest and most wonderful is the 0f Feb. a. D. is:9. JOU.VG.JKNXE-J.P.
diseoverv of Kendall's spavin Cure.. 03ee of U. 5. marshal', western ii- of Jieh.
which nill cure a spavin splint, curb, K SSf5K'S1S
callous or ring-bone, and remove the shzl received the two bottles of our Spavin
enlargement witilOUt even blistering or Cere forwarded by exrre ia Jancary lait. I
cAnsinr a ore and it ha recentlv been . ?hf? I'fe'J1 VfrlAH I??l
tested for deep-seated pains, rheuma-1 1 comaeaced nsi eg it the spann w entirely re- j J m mflft V Mk M
tism, enlargements and many similar " od -Ver?SVonrst ToPAKKB. H AKU W AlSlL
difficulties on man as well as beast, and , c . . . ,. . :i",J . -, w:.v . B w m
it has been found to work so well that j, pTes porf proof of itsvinue.' No rem
it is now believed to be tbe verv best eddy b.4S ever met witn sacb nnnnalied sneceis
liniment for eternal xmSV'ia: ai.x.
has ever been discovered, it can be dkcggists have it or cachet it lor yon. or it will
SHELF AND HEAVY HABDITABE,
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