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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1881)
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Grocicm, Tobaccos, Cigars
W kaap as hi aa i Ha t tmeti aaJ
M.JVIU t !. where ft
aw arat aaa1 ait ar
for fcaadltac tku clan of good
ia tawa. tiira as call, et
Flour & Feed
CSA8. E. PTTTHAlt, Prop.
ato.Maat,tsaa Ckoprcd Fe4aid
YfaUiaelUaClaaaa Graterr. Peed and Pr-
vUtam tan waaa Jta araat amttitt for Biaa ar
atlatat Market i-rke ia rash fain for rrata
AH k rada frvn at rr rrwlare tufcen a cxrhanc
far . Uiwdi dclircrod to all art of tows
tt-te ut at KVted'f Plow Factory.
Moon i Callender,
HAT AND CAPS.
GLASSWARE, QUEE.WSWA HE,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
k full line of everything kept in n gen
eral store, at the i.ovit cash rwcK.
Moon & Callender.
CGWLE3. - ' NEBRASKA.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
'JUB BBAlCa 19
A lull supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADE; WICKS,
fatraaarr solicited and thankfully raectrad.
4vFrctrridion carefully eoaifonded"0
One door south of tlarlrvrV 'tore,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
UL L- TINKER
(Maaejaor to G. A. Brows-)
&WM alaajrj oa kand aad triasmed on abort
aiike. Itiaa aa low . any ia tka Valley.
Bapairias of all kinds axi aroarp'ly sad
Burial RobtNS furnwhod at reasonable
- - - KEB.
J. L MILLER,
Krr roaataatly oa band a fall Like oft
JLULNESSs. OLLAIW, SADDLE,
VUII'SL (TOMBS, BRVSHES.
And vcrvtbthc usually kept in a first
N r whs shop..
TTO VOtmSOKtll OF THE BANK.
it- Cafk Mm Paid fr S1k
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY
KIa1 ml !. rrin
l.V ' y
r k- ?
jt. y. Tin Table.
TK afaet Swadar. Oet. 17. Ma.
Watt ward A r learaa :44 a. a.
" antra-.,... $ 'JGf.m.
Ear Iward . leara..
.6 46 a. a.
Tiara daily uaitt
G. W.MaLnataar. A. K.TnrxiLiv.
8aariaadent. Geal. Maaazrr.
R. ?., at 10 a. aj.. aad araatalagtir tka Pa
tor erery Mabbata aiornlaf aad craaiar.
Prayar aaavthtf rm Tfcaraaay arcataf.
All arc eordialljr iaritW.
Miner Brott. aell Superior flour.
Roby i selling Lauterbach'g bread.
early, need Potatoes at
Live hog, arc
worth $4.50 in thi?
Another rain, with some hail, Tues
Shipping. tags can ho hid at the
Yotr-caii'ftdrertfoe to prove up now,
if you want to.
Farm, for aale or rent, inquire at
the Cnrcr office.
Rohy has received Garden Seeds in
hulk and in paper.
Dr. Kendall's "horse book" for sale
at the Chief office at 25 cents
Mr. B. P. Boynton, of Rock Fall,
111. railed and renewed his subscrip
tion last Wednesday.
The Edgar Siui hns gone where the
"woodbine twincth." Cause, to many
,papers in Clay county.
Mr. John Potter, father of our towns
men J. G. and Charley, arrived from
the uaxt laxt Saturday.
It is about time for "Jimmcoanc,"get
your dugouts ready, and prepare for
the summer's campaign.
Mr. Evans, an Iowa newspaper man,
who has purchased a paper at Obcrlin,
Kau. called last Tuesday.
Tho Sunday School in the Congrega
tional church will hereafter begin at
10 a. in., instead of 12 a. in.
We understand that a portion of
Potter & Frisbie's mill dam washed
out again lost Thursday night.
The pleasant rain last Sunday night
was of great benfit to the wheat and
other small grain in the ground.
A fire occured last week on the
Rennecker farm south of the river.
No great damage was done, how
ever. Mr. John Carothers, of Orleans,
Harlan Co., was a caller at this office
last Monday, on his way to Piatts
mouth. Columbus Bonn, late editor of the
Osborne, Kan. Truth Teller, is working
on tho railroad as a section hand, at
Mr. Todd, one of the editors of the
Superior Guide, called at the Chief
sanctum during the absence of the
editor last Tuesday.
Mr. J, W. Sherwood purchased last
week the farm known as Rcnnecker's
Ranchc, south of the river. "Uncle
Jack" will go to Arkansas.
Tenant Wanted. A farm to rent, 5
miles from Red Cloud. 90 acres
under cultivation. Apply to J. Gaess
ler at the Bank. 3Gtf
Rev. Pryse spent a number of days
last week and this, shaking hands with
old acquaintances. All are glad to
see him back to Red Cloud again.
We are sorry to say that Mrs. Zeiss
lost about fiOO worth of furniture that
was stored in the cellar of Mr. Al
brights house that burned hist week.
Miner Bros, have stacks of new
goods and aro constantly receiving
more to replace those that their cus
tomers are always carrying away.
One druggist sold seventy-two bot
tle of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup in
twenty da3 from the time thev were
Jirst put upon his shelves. It takes
tnc cake lor curing a cough or cola.
Sleepers's team turned his buggy
upside down in a jiffy, on the street
last Sunday evening. Fortunately no
damage of any consequence was
The local scribe being absent all
day Tuesday the day that he is in the
liabit of writing up the local page, ac
count for the "thinness" of said page
Miner liros. and Roby will receive
the last of thia week, a car load of
flour from the Milford Mills, manufac
tured by the new patent process. It
is sniSItcbe tho best in the state.
We learn that a Catholic priest will
arrive from the east in a few days with
qpite-a little colony which will settle
near Riverton, several thousand acres
of land having already been pur
chased. Rev. J. M. Prysc a. m. will preach
instead, and by request of Rev. Goe. O.
Yeiserin the Congregational church,
on next Sabbath. In the evening he
will resume the treatment of the sub
ject which he commenced last Sab
- We have received a copy of E. M.
CarrelPs Woman's Journal, published
at Lincoln in" the interest of the wom
an's suffrage movement. It is neat
and readable and reflects credit upon
the proprietor, and the cause it ad
vocates.. . lnc&nrty second Anniversary of
Odd Fellowship, will be observed bv
Red Cloud Lodge No. 64 I. O. O. F. of
1 Red.Glqud Nebraska on Tuesday April
2b, AiD. 1881, by public- parade;- fol
lowed with; an rfationt fey STf.
McKeigwatthc 3LE. church-mRed
CIcud Aea. air "2 f-clock. ru -m. The
The Pawnee Rtpublicaa, nuuriaf
abort of Blatter, hairing, received no
mail for acveral day, printo u new
for its reader a chapter from the
Bible. His rexchm all crowaled in
next day and wanted to know where
he came aero it, and hoped he would
clip some more from the same pepcr.
Central City Courier.
It mar interest the public to know
that Jferya little lamb, with "fleece aa
wlii to aa now,'' was horn at Stirling
Ma.'., 1SI5 and was hooked to death
by a cow in 1810. The "Mary" who
owned the lamb is still living, her
name is Mrs. Columbus Tyler, her
maiden name was MaYy Sawyer, he
is C'J year old, and still ha in her
poHeiou tome of the identical j'nrn
made from the "fleece as white as
snow." The school teacher's name
was Polly Kimball. The- poem was
written by John Ballstonc of Boston
in 181C. The above are (acts.
The Reginter of the Land Office at
Bloomington has received notice from
the department to itsuc final proof
notices for publication, as a receiver
will be enstalled before the five weeks
of publication has expired on notices
sent in now. We have forwarded the
applications left with us to be sent in
and the notices will appear next
The following letter from the Regis
ter was received at this office last Sat
urday: U. S. Land Office, Bloomington Neb.
En. Chief; Sir. We are now al
lowed to isxue notices for proof, which
can be published and proof made,
then held until a receiver is qualified.
S. W SwrrzEK, Register.
Ed. Chief: I have been told that
J. A. Tulleys et ul paid to one A. J.
Kcnncy $500 to come to Red Cloud
and run a paper in their interest.
Please inform the public through
your paper whether the terms of the
sale were such as to release Mr. Ken
ncy at the end of five years, as some
say, or was his bondage made perpet
ual by said bargain. Yours dec,
Wc do not know, and wc do not
consider the matter of enough conse
quence to warrant us in making in
quiries. We refer the correspondent to
the Argus office for information. Ed.
The county clerk last week incorpo
rated in his report of the commission
er's proceedings, made out for publi
cation iu the Argus, a falsehood,
knowing at the time that it was false,
viz: That "while the commissioners
were in session the clerk called for an
investigation and that Mr. Thomas
being called upon to furnish proof ot
alleged charges, failed to respond."
Mr. Tulleys did not call for an investi
gation, he said he would like to hear
the editor of the Chief tell what he
knew about alleged crooked transac
tions in county affairs, and when one
of the commissioners asked the editor
of the Chief what he had to say, he
retponded, by saying that when the
proper timo arrived when the board
of commissioners set as a board of ex
amination, or inquiry he was ready
to tell what he knew.
Wc have heard the county clerk
accused to his face of suppressing cer
tain portions of the commissioners
proceedings such items as he did not
want the public to get hold of but
we never before knew him to pub
lish a deliberate falsehood as a portion
of the commissioners proceedings,
but we entertain no ill will towards
him on that account, it is but natural
for a man, as well as the lower jini
mals, to squirm when caught, or about
to be caught, and wc take it as a mat
ter of course.
Thif cnlamn it set apart for the ue of the
women of the county, and ther all hara an
equal rirht to ae the name ia the duration of
anyqueatfoB or interest to tho f ex- The editor
of thiii rarer will not hold himtelf responsible
for anything- that may appear in thia columa.
or for tho yiews aad opinion of correspon
dents. Woman's Work ani Wftgw.
With the passing ol each year wc
arc morejthoroughly convinced that
this life is but a prcfMiratory school,
fitting us, so far as we will profit by
its lessons, for another phase of exist
ence, which shall admit of greater ac
tivity and grander achievements. If
this were not true' taking into con
sideration the jolts and jars, blockades
and delays, the unreliability of the
mails and tho general decapitation
and annihilation of our plans, it
would seem that it was hardly worth
our while to be born into this world at
all. We attempt so much and wc do
so little; wc aim so high, and we
alight so often below the dull, dead
level of commonplace existence. Wc
start out in the beginiuig with glit
tering tools and cxhaustless energies ;
"the world is all before us where to
choose," and wc determine to build, as
our life work, a royal palace, whose
shining dome shall reflect the spark
ling sunlight; whose towers shall
pierce the azure sk Its windows
shall gleam like polished diamonds.
Its spacious steps, broad and welcom
ing, shall lead up to a doorway whose
carved lintel shall bear the proudest of
all mottoes, "Success." So grand in its
leauty, so perfect in its symmetry, it
shall challenge the admiration of all
beholders, and the name of its builder
shall be carved on the corner stone in
inefiacable characters. For this wc
toil and strive and pray, and when the
years have drifted" by- and the work is
ended, what do we behold ?
At least we can-make the most and
best of what is in us,'- content at the
last to hear the welcome "She. hath
done wltat ske -could"" sounding
through tbeJjiarkHes- with which
.death VciUvtwr eve?. T5a:gres.tesrc2n
RKt Clottd, April 18, 18Sf.
En. Chief: There avems to be
quite a diflvrcucc of opinion, ami con
iderable strife manifested by individ
uals it regard to the investigation
that is now tending, all of which, to u.
ecm out of place. Our officers and
their friends claim that the whole mat
ter of iccttiug up the investigation was
by political sore-heads and dbtappoin-
teu omce scek-ers. in mat so; ji o.u.tr. . n ....;.! rr .i..-n..ii....i
stop the investigation at once, for eer
tainly no intelligent taxpayer nuhes
to incur the expense of an investiga
tion to .-filiate the political aspirations
of any man. Then if that propsition be
not true, wc mut look to other
results for the cause of an investigation.
It ia claimed by the same parties and
their friends, that the petition is not
sufficiently signed by the tax payers of
the county to warrant an investiga
tion. Let that be a it may, e find
by examining that petition that it is
signed by the heaviest tax payer iu
the county. Men, business men, who
are paying from one to nix hundred
dollars a year for txc-, would they
not bear the burdrtt of the expenses
of an investigation ? Or have those men
signed that ictitiou asking for an in
vestigation, for the jole benefit of their
own political aspirations 7 or is it
Jr a j
for their own financial interest
they signed the jetition? Not for
moment do we impute to thorc men
jealously toward our county officers,
but we can say that we believe they
are Muncwhat jealous towards the
enormous expense of supporting our
county government. And wc believe
too that they think like tinto their own
private affairs, bad management leads
to bankruptcy and financial ruin.
And by a thorough investigation the
causes for all this high tax will come
to tho surface, that every tax payer
may know for what he is paying out
his money, ami if possible mend the
condition of county affair to a better
state, independent of any man or
office seeker. All will admit that our
county is from some cause in almost
a bankrupt condition
Are we wedded to men more than
we are to our prosperity as a county
and people? If so, fight it out be
tween sore-heads and office holders.
But if wc are not more wedded to men
than to our own prosperity, let us
like intelligent business men, rise to u
higher plane than to take sides with
this man or that man for his political
prestige, but all unite in one body in
the removal of the cause for such a
burden of taxes, and in doing so, to
remove the cause, the cause must be
found. If theso propositions be true,
why all this bickering and opposition
between parties. If our county offi
cers know the cause of all this high
tax, why not let the people know it,
they pay the taxes, And, too, if they
know that all is correct and the exact
state of affairs say so, then don't spend
your time in an investigation, this
certainly is no secret society arrange
ment. Would it not have been a
just and fair move on the part of the
commissioners when that petition was
presented for the investigation of
county affairs, to have said yes gen
tleman petitioners, we are glad you
have opened the qtfestion, for it has
been a sore problem to us, we have
tried for eight or ten years the best we
knew how to control our matters in a
different shape and now we aro glad
that even two hundred and fifty-one
of our citizens have proposed to us to
see what is the trouble and if possible
remedy it ? Who will you have gen
tlemen? Get the best minds you
have among you to assist us and wc
will go to the bottom and sec what
can be found, and what remedies will
best apply for a more prosperous con
dition of things. William, John and
James may all be jealous of some
others and have high .aspirations for
themselves yet it docs not prove a
single proposition of the justice, or in
justice for an investigation, the ques
tion to us resolves itself into but one
form, that is docs the condition of our
I county finance and its future pros
perity compared with its past and
present government warrant a contin
uation of the present system. If so
stop tho investigation, do not incur
any further expense; but if the condi
tions are such as not to warrant gener
al prosperity, find where the fault lies
and make and amende. The average
business man, the farmer, the day
laborer and all other classes, agree
that in any branch of business, for
its success, its expenses must be less
that its income. Is not the same
reasoning good in county affairs.
Let not the people become preju
diced against this man or that man
or misjudge the one or the other but
view the question as but one proposi
tion that all arc interested in bringing
our county from a lower to a higher
grade of prosperity, independant of
favors received or of ones rejected
from individuals. We hold that
should the investigation go on let it
be diligently and thoroughly done, if it
cannot be done so, do not begin it,
let equal justice be done to all con
cerned, with a high hope that some
means will be adopted to fully insure
the people that the end is nigh when
they shall be no longer burdened with
high taxes. Can this be done without
an investigation ?
If so, all well and
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Mitchell fc Morhart have for sale a
supply of osage seed at a very reasona
ble price. Those who contemplate
growing a hedge should give them a
The members of the Red Cloud
Lodge, No. 64, 1. 0. 0. F. will meet at
their hall Tuesday April 26. 1 88 1 , at 1
o'clock sharp, to celebrate the Sixty
Second Auniversary of Odd Fellow
ship. Adjacent Lotfces aad Transient
brethren are cordially invited to par-
Tii QtatMOf IdcstiicXrwt.
The AffH number of thw nUcrtftH
ng and pefMtlar magazine u jut
Anon. variom nubjerV illura-
ted in tbM number t an cofTatrnj; oft
yacht LiT4-; a eri of vim, m?
trating wood working attachments for
foot lathes ; Prof Secch"t olar photo-1
Kraphfc: apjatratus, with ix distinct I
views of the aun taken by thu itutru-
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apparatu- u-M-u on uikv ucneva ior
uewnntninfr tne voiocuv oi aouna in ;
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enamcieu surlace ; engraving
avion of arv.1
era! curiou animals and objects hi i
natural hitory. and an elaborately
illustrated article on Bco Culture.
Evcrv number contains thirty-two
pages, full of engraving of norcltir in
science and the useful asti. Publish
ed by Mess .: Cc 37 Park Row. New
York, at I1JJ0 a year, and ihM by
THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE
1 OU MAY,
The May nunilmr of thi excellent
periodical contain as uual. an abun
dance of interesting and edifying reading-matter.
Among the articles of
Tinrttnilnr pxrntlini nn a riirtti:iltf
one entitled "May-day Observances." I
bv Jueph Pollard, with nine illuttra-.
tion ; "Ancient and Modern Church I
Music." by Alfreton Hervvv ; "Egyi
tiau IIout and Homes'' bv .Sara
Keablcs Hunt ; "Molirino and the
Mwioiiarie," by I, A. Ballard M. D.
"T,.'e. H.rhis.h nM ,,he.kvr." f J oat,
article ix admirably illtiatrated. "Out
of the World," Mr. O'Reily's intrr-
esting aerial. U continueil, ami there
are several short tories and ..ketches
bv George J. Hatrar. Han Christian
Anderion and other jopular writrs.
Alexander McLeod. Rev. Jumes M.
i mu okivs rr iiv i :ir&oiunii. nvv.
Whitton. I). I), Hattie N. Norri.-,
Thomas L. Ch.ie, LU D , etc , et
Hie poems are numerous nd getier-
ally of great merit. Besithw a large;
amount ol entertaining and mtruc-.
tive miscellany are the following fx-I
ceitliniflv iutcrestiiiL' ft-Hluro- "TlullllllkW I I lllail II
Home Pulpit." sermon by Rev. Joseph
i arktr, u. u.; iinru places m tne
Bible," by Rev. Dr. Deein; "Temper
ance Talk." "The Invalid's Portion
and thoughts for the Afflicted."
"Glimpses of the Religiout World."
"International Sunday school Les
fi 1. u flv if f t t .1
sons," etc., etc. There are I2S quarto j
pages in each number, and nearly 100
illustration. Price of single "copy.
'25 cents ; annual subtcritition S3 post
paid Address, Frank Leslie's Pub
lixhing Houe, S3, 55, and 57 Park
Place New York.
Roby has ordered a supply of the
celebrated Washburn superlative
flour, the best flour made in the U. S.
MONEY ToL0 AIT!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at S per cent.,
and 1-C2 per cent, commission, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commission.
J so. R. Wiuxoc.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
Not the Crown of Kings, nor the
Crown of Glory, but the Crawn Sewing
Machine, the latest and best machines
in the market, it will pay you to call at
the Post-Office and see it before you
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNirr.
The attention of parties owni
horses and Jacks is called to the fact
that the Chief office is well supplied
with appropriate cuts and well prcpar
to do printing in this line on the short
est notice and at the lowest figures.
Notes especially gotten up for your
business can also be had at the Chikk
office cheap. Call on us before you
place your orders.
The Fine Durham Bull,
Owned by J. M. Fisher, is offered for
sale. "Andrew Johnson" will be three
years old the 'lb of May, his ncdigrce i
registered in the Boston herd look and
can be seen by calling on Stephen
Bavles at the Fisher farm, one mile
eas't of Cowles, Neb. 34tf
Attisiiu Srctdirs of Eorses !
The fine Stallion known as "Tom"
tho property of David Boesch will
stand for mares the present season at
the following rates, viz: $8 to insure
single mare:two marcs, $15; more
than two by the same owner, $7 each.
For the season $6; Single service, $4.
Will stand at Red Cloud on Friday
and'Saturday of each week; at Guide
Rock, Mondays and Tuesdays of each
week, and at Am boy Wednesdays and
Is a fine horse, lcing of Percheron
Canadian and Bluchcr-Morgau stock,
beautiful dapplo bay, sixteen hands
high, weight, 15W pound.
34m3. Amboy, Neb.
A full line of State Journai.Co's.,
Blanks (the standard blanks of the
state) are always kept for sale at the
Chief office, and. at the same prices j
that thev arc sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is a partial list
of hlauka on hand:
Mortgage Deeds. j
Chattlc Mortgages, .
Search Warrants, j
Mechanics Lein, I
Power of At torn ey . j
Bills of Sale.
Quit Claim Deeds. ;
Summons (original), j
Summons (copy), .
Appeal Undcrtakinc, I
Order of Attachment,
Affidavit of Vendor or Lessor, 1
Assignment of 3lortgage,
Jvoticc of Constables Sale,
Release of 3Iortcare,
Agreement for Warranty-Deeds,
ementxoF Warranty. Deeds, J
Complaint-to keepthe Peace,
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bk edition, low
Mdtions arc j
hiirrrfi for ;
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waiting for it. G
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C. H. BEACH Si CO . Chicago III.
"My daui;hter had a evore couch
inr one vear. .oiiuni: mirmi mi
o mucli a Dr. Marshall's Lung
Svrup." Sigucsl Mrs. F. Hose. Dcl-
avail, O. I
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tdiaf, the Albright Hore.
Will stand this season at Red Hotid
at la-t year's rates, vir.: f S.l0 to insure
single mare; Two inaro fl.Vtkl. mor?
than two bv the same owner, $7,00 carh
For the season, $5.00; single service,
This horse needs only to be known
to be admired. He has been sicknowl
edged by many good judges to be the
"""ill kinds of i Iw"
seen in thi- section. Weight, in llcKh,
1500 pounds. Beautiful Bay, Symmet
rical form. cinxI life, high carnage and
best of all as kind sis a kitten Hi owner
also expects to stand a good .lack tith
him. I'ntil further notice will be found
at the Commercial barn.
I). LITZ, Proprietor.
BOOTS mnd II OEM
Hats- Caps &
Rui'hj Made Clothing
We havt the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
Girc s a call, one and all.
Red Cloud Xeb.
rt.y fall CHEAP for CAStt. aaj U tbcj
kara art what ;n wjnt. leaf a fear
oHct aaJ lit7 will fill it.
CALL ON THEM
Oaa fecr84rtBfatrt''.aJ Mr.HOLCOJIS
will wait aa yaa. arltf
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Buggies & Phaetons.
Wc do rtot-Want Agents
-W OTTtH Of K
I Standard Trade Vehicles,
10 THE TEaDE. r
Work"tKat lias an establuihcd rcputa- j
tion, and'that can be haudled-with -at- '
."" mviusk, can oe mufuecrau
faction, both buyer and seller.
Scnd: for designs and prices to
viDEi:rycy m.''Joy ro.
The Proof of the
You have onlv to call
on us and wc can easi
ly convince you that wc
A little BELOW the
'so-called "Bed rock pri
ces' advertised bv other
Tl !a Sti ffal KritJ af lMcr4
a it U crtUin In ti Bart a4 ! ol Mn(fc
Alo i tlr&t ftr titaa 8V S Pfuof ll
Trca i Prcsdsts. Fhyrldia.
Wa.MtwtoDrlll. hm Jaa )la 1
Da. n J,Kii4ii X t ..liUt H4im s
kilrrrtit.mrnt f K.titiall VflB "a 6J
bavley a rluabli ait i1t Kuta Mch Ui
tn lam from j-atln ifhtrtti tauatb. 1 l
tn jroa'T boot br trf. wblh la t wkt
rniovl ll laaivne.. nl nUrgrocat nJ a
larv iplii.t (mm nlhr bor vfl Uilh bar
rU-tr au J eMl. Tft oaa bottl
wa wnrth it moan buntri lillar.
IU'itfall) Yuur. II. A. Hattolctt M 1
ZssiaU's SyTia Czr oc asa auh.
HukenM 1 V, !. 3. l5
It, J. KaaDiLLACo, U.nU; ! lb U a4J
my trtliinrtiy In fmf ot )-nr laTaliiabl Ital
mml. K.uUSprlo ar la tha 'ttiat f
lt I rllt'piU b tbr lr an t iralti-i y rlbt
limb al lha knr ulnl 1 u f lamp and at
timr iaffrei lh wutt icrnrlatlac tata t
wnr a LanlJ on It tut ortr a )aar. aal
trirJ ui"l cerilhiti In my lh. but tvnUt
Cn.l notblnc ili4t oull cl m r'tanbt
ralirf Wbtn I nTrr-d. H wrtul-t p-On w
vary much. Ia April K 1 bo la think 1
-liouIJ br crlt'i'la fur ltf- but bint iiar ft
"KroJall bpavln Cure ' IboucUt I wnul I irjr
It. I mni ar third "I a hutlle. ami rapailaa
crU rt!ic ( al ot.ro. 1 ua lulu left tax ami bat
not tnmblrJ ma linre i fl er (rattful t
ou and mil recmutri4l 'ken-lalt' t'ptftn
i urr io an noo luscr aiui irmni r rvutai
tuat. Yttr irolr.
Ml. J. iHTiLL.
H1TDALL S SFA7IK CTC.
I ur In IU cHVtJ. mild tn it atln a. It
iliira not Miilrr. let It i tnrtritinr Art J ikjw
rful to rrarb arrrr 'Iff p ttA- fain or In r
luareanr bony criiwtb or other ra'artarnt
ocn at .pattb. .phnt. extrr rallnur. tprain
weMInc and any lmcnfi atul all rnlrt
iiiant vf tha JoinU or limtx. or for rhf u raatia.n
in roan for any turioi for wbirb a llnaairBt U
uiod for man ur brat. It l mm known to be
the brl litxtntnt for inu rr ut-J, ao Id;
mild aad Jft ctrtain in iu. rffpeu.
tjand aJdrwj for llltulrattd Circular wbi It
think rir rH.ltv prtxif of Iu rlrtifi
No rrtnfdr ha trrr met with acb ij'illfi-l
urcr to our knolelj. fur baattaj trail
Trie!!. pr Lotilr, r.ru bottlti for Si. AH
ProuiHi bare it or can gat It for you. nr It
will Ua tftit t .nnr atj.lr,. ,n rrfviPt of rif
by tbe pf.riotr. lla. J, II. KaoLU X Co ,
KnwburrU Falli. Vu
A C:aza, Cold cr Scr Thrn.
kill k ilapptJ. Nrc'frt (fMaaatl irml li.
ti Itriir'tMa 'unir Dicirt or Cooafp!i3.
dr:-nt UranfhUI Tro-hr t- crrtatn t-tta
clf ii Atthrai. IlMnfhitM. Couilir. CiUrrS.
ynu mtivn and throat !uii. tor thirty
f-t!if Tn-rbr hiT btin rnm!8dJ hj
Uff 111, aft i aliTjl ivr iMirfrf I it'tf -1ion.
'by arc rti.Mitnr or unit . I tut Unlrrbtri
eirl br wi.lvand condaat ur fur uairlr n
atirc rrutrjiivn. tlifjr bara aitjibrd wall
oarff I Mok atnnex tUo iw rida r'Hdi ot
ar j: I'ublie tfrakru ar-d Mnicr u.q ih"
a r'.rAT avl lnxthru h N nKt. rivii a.
cntj Ct a r aul. 4 bui r rir nbcr.
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FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS
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SATS y:ur X3VZT, vxitt ftr Catalyst iU TKSZ Lit?
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et tia cl.'brata4 tknxoK
THIS WEW AMU CORRECT XAJP
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CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN R'Y
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Av (tU UU ar riary
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Ice Cream Parlor,
VWrv ' H ulttwy
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k,rc 4 tkc MtHe pttnaaa' n
tcj4Knnm fK . iifnt
w.iltb ifltiivll A ,MHaan.
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