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ruBLTsnr.D eveiiy thdrsdat at
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M. L. THOMAS,
"Eternal rigilanceHi fic price of Liberty," and $150 a year is the price of the Bed Cloud Ch'ff.
KED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. JULY 5. I8S0.
TE3HS:-- $U0t year if paid is Adras:
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Chicftgo W Mil - WbIib
2, 380 fc MILES OF ROAD.
sfc.It it the SHOUT, rtire anJHAFi: route between
and all point EASTnd rvUKill.
iliir- York, rtiladeltxa, testes, Wash
fton,Ettfab, Httstargh. Ciccinnati,
Ttetreol, Tcrcatc, Setroit, JJleaTc
v b-2, CeirrAw."
Jt offers llclraTclwpj'ubli3
ore Advant eres
, nV other road in the wtet.
ItlUA'I.V llOAI) between
ncil IIUiiFv and Chicago
Upon mb tcli . run
TULLMAN HOTECARS !
Ill nddition to Uir?o and to i,le-iell claf scof
traveler... tt rh r r 1 KST CuAbS M lU'S ct tU
L'ATIMI g I'ATll'Xrt. at 50 cutf wiLrS
Its Tract is Steel Bail!
Its ccaches are the : ineri!
Its Zquirr.cnt ?irst class.!
It? train aro nil Kuuippod with vilh airbrakes.
Milk-r'g tuplei!:ud all te-dern iiuprui
ment! all ot which coxnbircd.
-Twnat "Fastest Spceed !
Sure and c3:so Ccnnecticns 1
And over thine a jiafcnf cr ran defirew
QUICK Pleasant & COMFORTABLE !
Tullman Slccper.s on all Night Trains !
People's favorite Route.
At Council i:inlF the Through Train", of the
.Chipif A-Nortli-W ' n,,J. tno Utn '"'
-cifllc llailwj .lir-irt from. arrl eat ind ure the
iaino joint I niori 1'cixjt.
If you ni.h the beft triivelitic nceomtnodattonj
jdu. will huj jotirtiekeM by this Kouto Aud
W1UL "taivi: .none tiikk.
11 Tieiet Agents can sell ycu Through
Tickets via this Scad and check usual
Baggage Free of Charge.
tOuiUA TirKKT Offirjcs .T2I Fnritntn Street.
Cor. 1 1th. and at Union Pacific Depot.
Council HluDfc Ticket Otlice-.v-'.r. Ilrodwsy and
.Pearl irLcta. C. V X.-W. Hy Iviiut. and
1 nliin IVmifir Tramfpr iioixl t.
cnvt-r Office In Colorado Ct ntral and Union
Sr o-.:.-.. .p:-i... rur...
Pnlr.n Tiotri t Ollifc.
an Francisco Ofiico '2 Xcw Montgomery St.
For irfonnation. foldotF. maps. tte.. uot ob-
nu.r.kla ... ir. T.l 1 tifTgftt a .ulilrn.l nil
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n?ent or the Cumtmny. or
ASVIN-EUGHITT, W. H. STENKETT,
rtJ . ..
THIS COMl'AXY HAVE JUST FIX
JSHKD COMIM.KTE SHOPS WITH
j:veIT FAcii.rry of the
LATEST LMl'IiOYEl) AlA-
CJIINEUY. AND AKE
Standard Trade Vehicles,
LCDLOW Sl'lIIXG WAGONS,
fiTAXDAlin TRADE 15CGGIES,
ELEGANT UIIEWSTEK 1IUGGY.
ETC.. ETC. ETC.
i?fiiil for De.-imis nml Frices to
ROIHNSON WAGON CO.
4Crlv Cincinnati, Oltio.
Quick TinreJ.Tiiroufih Trains!
Close Connectious? No Delay1.
Burlington Route !
TO CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
Lowest rates of Fare will be made.
Through Cars will be run from B, & M. Point
in Southern Nebraska to Chicago.
A tea ciinufesconneefioR. will ho xsade at Pa.
clfftc Junction. .
AT CHICAGO close conncttons will alwayi
be made to the fast, southeast end north.
Sleeping car bextbs reisrvt'd at the Ltncolr
ijket office by Tclesraph or on application,
from Jtsaouri Hirer to Chicago.
TO ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
The burlington route hire a system of through
fleepMS and close connections between the
JtlUaonn Hirer and St. Louis
Passenger taking thu line bare the bet of
tccotnodations. Pullman sleeper run regn
arly Irotn Misouxi River to St. Louis.
TO FEOHIA, INDIANAPOLIS, GIN
ClNNATL, AND THE
O-Tbis ithe onlyreliable route to thesoutb
m&tU Connections arc maic Ht Peoria with the
y, p. W. and I. b. A- Y. Bailroads for Indian--apnlir
Cincinnati. Columbus, and all central
nafeBSthern Ohio, Kentncy, soutaem Isdiaua,
JggBfc CABS, (rood Meals at 75 cents.
J' WMyougo eat beure and trrvel ever toe
. A fer table si desire to trarel speedily.
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O. C. CASK,
a rroKxnv at law.
fl7tr "w v KrY of Giirhfr Store.
i:i: ci.ori. xi:n.
tVU'ctiiiis made tt pniinjitly nmittnI.
"" J.S". GILHAM,
ATTUltXKV AND COPX.-Kl.OIi AT LAW.
0V ;ii ilour north of Kaley lira..
UFA) CI.OCl), - NKIMUSKA.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COL'XSBLOK AT LAW.
NO RCAU ESTATE AOEZT
t.Prowpt Attention Oiren to Collection.
OrncF- with C. II. POTTER, at lied Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOUXF.V AXD COUNSELOR AT LAV,'.
Ofiico -over Farley's Drug Store.
am us Laird,
attorney and counselor at la"vv.
Juniata, - Neii-
Vill practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to nil bu'ine" entrusted
t hi c:tr. Ofuco on the cat side Juniata
. Avenue. julyl:
lied CVud. Neb.
J. L. KAt.rr.
a rroitNfc'itj at law a. real estate
Will pnictlce ie all the Courtfi in Nebraska
nndnortherp KiHl r; rollectioni promptly at
tended to and orcii'ondencc solicited.
LED CLOUD. Nebraska.
Alo. gontt for 15. A 3li.IL B. Lands.
" " TiTw. tSliysT
IP. S. Pension Surgeon.
fiOFFiCK over Kaley Bros. Iav office.
BED CLOUD. NEBHASEA1
EIBERT A. HA IX ill. I.
REO CLOUD, NEIL
A-ristnn! Surpeou B. .f- M. H. It. U, C. Office
ocr Johnmn & Crops' dry good store. Itosi
dcneeorerF. Nowhauso's store. 1HCui
J. ill. iHO$EA. ill- D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RtSD CLOUD. NED.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
difci'Sci of women Also gcner.il and special
mtrgvry. I)ivejscs of the Kjc and Ear. Charges
moderate. OUicc over ahcrer's Drug Store.
JAS. II. CALLEKUER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
( LI.OPATI UP SC!HX)L.)
Prompt attendance on all calls in tho practice
of muduiiius or surgery.
IX)V1.1--, - - - NEBRASKA.
OOWI.KS A AM BOY, NEBRASKA.
All professional calls will reccivo our prompt
and careful attention. 40inG
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. . Richardn. S. Garber.
Richardson & Garber,
HKD CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest market price paid for bogs and cattle.
J. E. Smith S.C.Smith M.B.Tnomsov.
Trc. First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. Dank Beat
Neb. Beatrico Neb. rie Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections ia anypartofthe
United SUtcs Sell ixchangc upon the princi
pal cistern oitic Loan money upon improved
farn Receive deposits subject to sight drafts
Allow interest urcn time deposits, and trans
.act a general Banking buucss.
Rrff.rkxpes: Omaha National Bank, A.
S. Paddock. U..S Senator; First National Bank
New York, Camhri Ige Valley National Bank,
Cambridge New York.
.top I.T.vrnitc ?rnt.,iF.n, '
JOE. "JACOBS. rnorniirroH
TWO DOORS WEST OF BOY'S HOME.
Keeji oa lutnd the bc?t brand of Wine3.
Liquor. lter. Alo. and fine Cigars. A share of
the public patronage is M)liccted.
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer In
All goods in m;
iy Line kept constantly on
and: ac to vhicn
I invite the
Fee $ Sule Stable,
J. D. Post, Prop. REP CLOUD.
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TIIl'RSDAY, JPLY 13, 1SS0.
NATIONAL BSPUBLICA1T TIC237.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
Fur Vhn Frr.fidnit.
af Sew Yuri:.
Only four months more will elapse
until the next Ieilatuie of Nebraska
will have hecn eho-eu, ami that lei-s-lattire
is to name the Tinted Suites
senator who will f-erve the people of
Nchraka in the national councils for
six year.J. I Fence it N time tiik pkople
were eaMhijJheir eve- ahotit them in
sestrt'h of Miiltrlde and reliahle men fV)r
legislator--. It i not .-ale to wait until
the caucus meetings ate calletl hefote
this matter is talked over. There are
men on the 'Vlill hunt" quietly laying
their plans to capture the convention.
Every representative district wants to
s-end up a man on whom they can
implicitcly rely when the soul trying
hour comes for the selection of a
United States senator. For it is a fact
that this style of electing a United
States senator i.s. the fruitful source of
more corruption, more political rotten
lies, and downright fraud than any
other feature of our free system of gov
ernment, and it is a noticeahlefact that
the old time politicians, the ringstenj
who have heen used to manipulating
these matters, are opposed to the pro
vihions of the constitution and statutory
law, which provides that the people of
the State of Nehraka may express
their pteference for a United States
senator through the hallot hox. Every
mother's- son of these fellows who can
get elected will he in the legislature,
and the rest of them will he on hand
as luhhyists, ami the first tun days after
the meeting of that hotly will he con
sumed in the matter of electing a
United State senator, at a cost to the
people of $500 per day. There is hut
one way to stop this expense and de
grading corruption, and that is for the
people to take the matter in their own
hands and send delegates to the state
convention who will see that n United
States senator i.s nominated just the
same as the memher of congress. The
people know enough to vote for a mem
her of congress and state officers, and
we will risk them on a United States
senator. It is the duty of the press to
agitate this matter from this time for
ward. Xapunec Manner.
An Incident cf the "Wilderness."
At the elosc of the first tlavs battle of
the Wilderness after Grant's passage
of the Rapidan, Gen. Lee, according to
I'ollard, believed that he had com
pletely outwitted and beaten the new
commander that had ventured to
measure wit and pluck with him. He
called his Generals together and after a
council in which thee old soldiers
minutely congratulated each other
upon the prospective foot nice they
were about to enjoy with the Yankees'
backs in full view, the plan for the
next day's work was agreed upon.
The problem was how to best intercept
the flight of the Union army, strike it
here and there in flank and rear, and
cut it to pieces before it could gain a
place of tafety across the river. Lee's
orders were given to Longstreet to
make a mid march in one direction,
Hill in another and so on, to start at
the first '-crack of day."
On the other side of the picket line,
Grant had also a meeting of his corps
commanders. There were present
Meade the nomimal commander of the
army. Hancock, and others. "Gentle
men," said (2 rant, "what is your opinion
of the situation, and the course to be
pursued in this emergency?'' And they
all began to say that there was but one
course to pursue that was to effect a
retreat across the Rapidan as speedily
"Put that in writing, gentlemen,"
replied the GcncraL Hancock and
the rest sat down and commenced
writing out their elaborate professional
opinions, that the only safety to the
army was an immediate retreat. "While
ihev were drawing up their briefs of the
situation, Grant also was busy writing.
When his Generals were ready to hand
him their productions, he had a sealed
envelope addressed to each one. He
handed them severally to the respective
officers, with the order that they .should
have the reveille beaten at two o'clock
that morning, aud when their columns
should have been formed, to open their
orders and act accordingly. TacH
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! officer WlH'vtrtl that he heM i his hand
! an order directing -the methol to Ik
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. piiriil in the retrogntde movement,
On opening them, however, they were
to -ho order
the armv of
to advance and i
Lee on the left J
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J At four o'clock that morning Oencral .
i .... .a. , .....i. i.:
tair to nn emi
expected to see
' lU'tice from wliicli he
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me army oi ine t niou making ir.u-vi
for the north. When he got there he .
hatl the chagrin to see it in full march j Roignation of lladh-y. ocrccr
around hi-h-ft and toward Richmond of highway- for It. D. No. -J wa- ac
Ir , , , , . ,. rcplcd, and J A. RolHTts nppotuteI to
I Fe turned a little pale, ami according .jij v:uu,(.x .
to i'ollard, who wa.- then attached toj
ins stall in some capacity, ejactiuuni
tlcmen! the Yankees have got a 1
, . . . . . . .,.,
-.il at ht-t, ami our came l- lo-t' t
Seizing hi-i writing t.thlet, Lee h:L-tily
penned orders to Longstrcet, II ill and
the other commanders he had rent
away on their wild goo-e ch.-L-e, and
started iiie-eiigcr on licet horte to
overtake ami bring them hack. For
the re-t of that eampaiirn. we mav he
sure that Gen. Lee did not rend out
any detachments after a day's fight to j
cut oil' or harms'
With Meade, Hancock, Hooker,
Ihiniside, McClellan, or any other of
the prominent officers that had heen
with the Potomac army in command,
the first day of the Wilderness would
have passed down to historv with Hull
Run, Chancellorsville, ami I'redericks-
burg. With Grant at the helm it w.is(,.t., eloti.I. $-.;, changed from Ira
the first grip of a strong ami crushing
hand upon the armies ol the southern
lx'eTfs Items from all over the State.
The tide of Swedish immigration
Buffalo county grows greater.
North Platte Odd Fellows are having
stone drawn for their new hall.
Cholera infantum stalks through
Lincoln and many little ones have
Work on the foundation of IFitst
ting's new.Episcopal church has been
Dirt is beiug thrown out of the base
ment for the new Lincoln Journal
block at a rapid rate.
The largest brick kiln ever erected
in the state wan completed at the peni
tentiary last week.
Some unknown disease has been car
rying off nearly all the poultry in the
neighborhood of Ida.
Judging from present indications the
Butler county flax crop will be the best
paying this year of any.
The wheat prospect on the Loup
river noith of Kearnev, i said to be'
much belter than could have been ex
pected. In Lincoln the usual local supply of
It-csli vege ahles isju-t a month later r RCcker, $3,S00; C E Putnam. $.725;
this year than on any previous season.; WEekhait $U; A Kaley, $110: S IJ
It i.s estimated that there aretwoi Pierce. $02. W E Jack.-on, $600;
million pounds of wool in the state and Mitchell A Morhart. $1,000: J McOuil-
growers are elated at the high prices ,
An entire crew of train men on the
A N division was laid off for running!
their freight train faster than schedule
An Adams county school marm re
cently discovered a snake in bed with
her. She did not scream, but quickly
dispatched hi. snake-hip.
Colorado parties are making arrange
ments for putting up several thousand
tons of haled hay, in Dodge county, o,
be shipped west.
On the 7th the corner stone of the
new Methodist church in Stevens creek
precinct, Lancaster county, will be laid.
The IMatt.-mouth bridge work will be
delayed a month longer or account of i
hieh water. Only the w"est 400 feetJ
... , ,-. 1 J1
span remains to ie compicicti.
A Custer county stock man lassoed
a homesteader because the latter re
monstrated again.-t stock of the former
tearing down his fences. As it resulted,
the man's arm was, only slightly
The German Methodist of Valley
precinct, Polk county, have a church
edifice which they bought in Butler
county, and moved to its present local
ity. The Kearney patoffice was broken
into on the 2'jth and $9 taken from
rilled lletters. and $2 in change. An
ineffectual attempt w.is made to blow
open the safe which contained $1,000
in stamps and money.
The proinies for crops in Pawnee
comity has never been surpassed at
this season. Corn is in splendid con
dition; wherever there is a poor field it
may in every case be traced to the
negligence of the farmer.
v The Elkhorn Valley railroad folks
arc pushing their grades along on both
the O'Neilf Citv and Niobrara branches,
but it is doubtful if they will reach
either point the present season.
A Kearney man offers to perform all
duties of policeman and give bond in
the sum of $1,000 for the faithful dis
charge of the duties, and charge the
city nothing for the same, taking fees
for his pay.
An epidemic seized many dwellers
on the banks of the Elkhoni river in
Dodge county. Seven deaths have
already resulted and many are pros
trated. The cause is attributed to eat
ing fish cuught in the "lakes" along
the side, of the river.
Keya Paha, which expects to be the
largest town on the 'Niobrara river, is
located on the south bank of the Run
ning Water, opposite the mouth of the
Keya Tahx river, 75 miles, northwest of
Niobrara City, and 90 miles southeast
of Fort Niobrara, on a direct line be
tween the two places.
About fifty Indians started in hot
pursuit of the raftsmen who discovered
the bod of the Indian who was mur
dered at Dakota city recently. They
drove them off, it i supposed because
they were afraid the rumor will get
ailoat that he was killed by ane of their
In the Lutheran church in Dakato
City, a building that has stood for 20
years, there has lately appeared a grow-
iug vine, it urst appearea coming
through the carpet under the stand
and being allowed to remain twined up
one side of the pulpit and is now reach-
in across toward, the othtr siilV-
r j fm
,,j?jitaawyMM afcjMi- wa JLi.a. ::C-vraaaaal
Ifewnl nitin rtctiLnr m tun I'm.-
pi,l 1, II. Luce. A- 11. Cmrv. laae
MaV. CoUiiiiia.'iontfr: J. A. lul!vi.
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.UllMllC- oi IH.-1 iih-vh;i rw aim jr-
'Dip Mluvin; otlieinl Umih wrrc ap-
WiUiam IHkIiI, O. of 11. i:. D No. 2J
'Iluw. Finney, - 1L D No 1
IL I) o i'
L D .No -JI
Rolcrt "Ringer wiv- appuinlctl con-
stable for l'h'it-Hiit Hill precinct.
, IVtition of Lin. A-hii
arr, pn-enHtl and Jaii
.N-liiiiiiiinii and (ico
I oer till ucvt
Adjoti rued to Autnt-t '(, 1S). at .
o'clock a. m. J. A. Ti'i.i.ky-, Clerk
Board reorganized x- a loanl tf
cqualiz;itiou. All prt-ent
A e-.-ment of f.1,000, to Sptwell, of
Gtntle Rrwk jirccinct, wa- struck otl
said money being in another state.
A-ses-ment of Maria King, icdueed
from L'i'i tof'Jj.
A-.orn-.ttir'iit of .Iitetili Weiii'inoiir -
i(.,.(i rrn.i ?: to ir,;
Adjournetl to June '2J, 1SS0, at 9
ti'cluck a. M. J. A. Tn.i.i.Y-, Cleik.
J r.i: il. livSO
Met putsunnl U adjournment. All
Lots L5-1 l-ir-lG-17 an.l ls.bltick 13.
of Smith and MoorV addition, were a.-
se.ed at $,'5,0 each said lui ItaMitg
been omitted from the a e incut roll-
A,'-!lllllt of llOltl III! Lit li l.Il.l b r.
Sleeper to Elmore Kizer.
Twentv dollars deducted
sonalty ae-sinent of J.
Guide Rock precinct.
Adjourned to June 2.3. I?.s0. at y
o'clock .v. M. J. A. Tn.i.LYS, Clerk.
Met pursuant to adjuurument. All
A cssment ofboueon lot 12. block
3, Red Cloud, tran-ferrcd to peroiialy
ii'-esment of John Nnye
A demand was made by J. S. Gilliam,
for a levy to be made tin S. D. No II,
to pay the bond of said District with
which demand the board refused to
comply. A similar demand was made
bvH.S. Kaley, for levie on S. J)'s.
o. 8-12-21 and 22 to pay judgement
for school furniture, which domads
were alo refused by the board for the
reason that they had no power to make
levies for School Ditriet, except a
were reported by the Districts them
selves. Adjourned to June 21th, IPSO, at 0
o'clock a. i. J. A. Tri.i.KYs, Clerk.
Met pursuant to adjournment. All
The following deduction- were made
lrom monevs ami cretins on accounts
1)3 Coomb. $lfi3: D Lutz, Slf.G; I
Frisbie, $3fjy; L P Albri-ht. $120: A
kin, $100; J R Willco.v, $S.'i. G A Win
ton. ?41.ri; D S Helvern, $20.
The following percentage of addition?
"t deductions wa.- ordered to equalize
assessment of the different
Red Cloud, add 1 per ct
Guide Rock, " I "
idtl 5 per ct.
" 10 "
" 2(1 "
" h "
" 20 "
" "s "
Stillwater. " 10
Oak Creek, " 15
Potsdam, " 5
Glenwood, " 10
jjatin, ' mid
Walnut creek, ded'et 15
Pleasant Hill, adtl 15
Ina vale, ' 7
Rw C loud, add ft per cent
t'tutle Rock. .
Blue Hill, deduct 25
Assement of $50 trans ferret 1 from
personalty of A A Pope, to Wicrick
per" Ptipe Agent.
Adjourned to July 23, 1SS0. at 9
o'clock a. M. J. A. Tpli.kys. Clerk.
Met pursuant to adjournment. All
The following levie were made for
the year 1880:
Co. General fund 9 mill on dollar.
" Sinking " 3
" Boat! '-' 3
" Bridge " 10
" KRBond" 4
" Road warrant 4 "
To pay indebtednes incurred before
adoption of our Constitutiuji, 4 mills
on the dollar.
school nisTKirr taxes.
1 10 mills on dol. 30 10 mills on dol.
27 10" '
63 3 64 15
65 10 firt lO
Board adjourned sin dt.
J. A. Tcllkys, Clerk.
A little five year old boy of Juniata
followed his father till lie was tired,
and then lay down on the railroAd
track and went to leep, and when the
west bound freight came along it
knocked him off The train was ston-
Iped as quickly as possible, and the
trMn cn went back to look after the
tof when np the little fellow jumped
2333 res heme almost wi'boMt i scratch.
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MRS. O. n. HAWLEY.
Vocal and Instrumental
IfllaH I ITIHiIHIm I
IIFD njOl I) KB I
Tb rVcr.t '" re,i irt. S fr, j
FjwI. rl rrrj tk.twctn th lis tht U mr-
rt tford, !; on l4
-?2p two Uoor oath of rlifr Jror r.
Groceries and IToticns,
Tlie publiis ganorully n rtotnl'l
to cstll and I'M mine uty KixU mii-1
prictr, a- a ltH--t of the ptilcuttnt:- t--licited.
More, llr-t thor nrth of Mohrr
ll-2f. !' NKWlltil M-"
ii.t in t
Dry Goods anil
HOOTS and S1IOFS
Hats? Caps &
Ready Mtulc Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
Give u. a tall, one ami all
Itetl Cloud Xcb,
rMbunine now Lrfnrr thp itilJi n
nikn iu"inr i;tior i nri
i than at Htirtliin o. capi
tal not rfnitirnl. w w'll tart jou Jl- it ur nl
upwAtil.t ui.i'lc at home lir the imiartrioui. wn
women. bif anil firl wntel rv.r) wherf. t
work for ti. now U thr time . Yu cjb ileTnte
our whole time t the work, or only ur!i'irc
inunirnu. no othrr burinri will par yu nearly
jl well, no ouo willing to wurk fn Uil to make
rniirwoiM pay by rticarin; t nnc C.tly ut
Ct at.il ttnr.i free. A errtt oppurtunity fr nme
ine ruonty eeljr ami lionomtly. .uJre.True
A 0c , Aucuf ta. Maioc- t'yl
i a nure ctir" fr rpaitn. iltnt. rtrh. caMoo.
Jl'rain'. twelliot;. kAU Umenr iul allrnlarz
nientu oi the joints or liml. It will completely
remme a boneparin without bli.tcrincorcau
inr a ore. It U nUo n. j-cxl fnr man a. for brt
ami ii upeti full trerctb.at all Irae of tbejer
with perfect lafety. A currjwhieh we are know
ine t ir a person who urtrei I', j.ir with a
hip-joint lainenManl wa i-ertuanently curec
two year" oko with KrnJIUSpaTln en re. Kj
member we claim it will care a bone rpaiin and
completely remove the btinrh wihnut blitterinc.
Statement Hads Under Oath.
To whom it mayenetrn In the year 1Tj I
treated with KeudallV bparin Cure bone pa
in of ceriral month' growth, nearly halfa iarce
n a hen"? esc. anI completely .topped the lam
nc anl feteoved tho enl-rcem'-nt. I hro
woiked the bowr ever inc vrry ban). -and he
ncrer hubee lame, nor could I crerree anydif
terence in the fizn ol the bock jmnu tuc I
treated him with KtBdalTf Spavin Cnr.
Enburh Fall". 'L Ke. i'th 1T9.
Swurn and ubcr bed to brf.re me hl 2"ih dar
of I'cb. A. D. 1T9 JOIIiVtI.JKXNK J. p.
Office of U.S. marshal!, weitern Jit. of JM-h.
Katamvxo., Apr I5lh. 1S79.
B. J. Kendall. Knobareh VMr. Vt. Dear
Sin I receiTcd the two bottle of oar Spavin
Cure forirardt.il by ex pre in January Urt I
am happ to ftate that that Upcrforaod all your
advcrtueoiri.t caileii for. In three week after
Icommeieed tuiucit the t pavin wu entirely re
moved and a ralaaole horw rtAre-l to njelull
nei. Very Ualy yoow. JOHN 1'AKKKK,
Send dclreor illoitrate 1 circular, which we
think rive poitir proof of iu virtue. No rem
eddy lu errr met with ruch onqaaltfied acceM
to our knovleilce. far bean ai well a mm.
Price SI. per bjttie. or ;tx bottle for J", af.t.
DtcooMTshveitorcanirt it foryoa.or it will
be feet to any addre on receipt of price by the
propneton. U. 3. KEND LL A- Oj
l.'no.bnrth r'alU Vt.
C, P. f7ooiMAX. A:'t. Omaha Neb, 7-27-ly
qr.lc4 m j rOimt f
F. H. GORE;
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f i UXK IN
CANNED FBI ITS,
CRACKERS. CR KKSK.
t v rru u: v rwrv
Al-i a IK-T V
Ice Cream Parlor.
Vhnv csn ali
tji't i ilii if let Ciwum dtiMis
lh h. j
V -rum' f the ttlltt' jta?r
r-iHtidh .4tlrl. Kirt dw
M.uth ( Mitli tl t. Mrhrti-t'
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PEOUDFIT EL HARSH,
tiESCR-M. lr.LKtt IV
U.l ili IV R n
GuUlc llOcli, - Icl.
Ktvrjtbma- ially kept In a ftrl !
come ami sec us as vc
will not be
H A U 8 W ft R
of all kind.
They ell CUKAl fr f'ASII. and If they
have ur'. what yu want. Iav your
ordtr and thty will fill It.
GALL ON Til EM
One door north ftlarber'(. and Air.IIOI.COMU
will wait uu yoa. aprllf
m;t CLOUD. NEIL
DRV MTMHKlt A SI'KCIALTV.
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