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P$&Uffit4 ecrry Friday Morning
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M. L. THOMAS.
I HUTiskmtitsMrrwf KaiS5
"Eternal vigilance is the price or liberty,- and $t.ao a year is the price ofthe chief.
rath? or ttnwcuufos:
Oat ecpy. year. - - f I M.
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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, JUNES. ISS3.
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7 Per Cent. Honey to Loan !
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
na 1-G2 per cent, commission, or at
tnught 9 per cent, no ccinrniiwon.
Jko. R. Wrucxir-
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
Cor. G. t 17lh Etrcctfl,
Two B!ock S. E. of Capitcl Grounds,
TIm laitrMt 4 m& com lte wtAblukm ra t
Mt f U MiaMi.pi. Sic Or!nhou, orar
10W)frttrl. foil .ortmnt of Torr-
thinc ia ua Orreobotifa. taxrljr tarubbcrr.
mail fruit, awact Ktto plant and mmrly
T-atabla ilanu at pric aj low anr nwn-til-la
aatorn trtn. Aa oar taMntiinenl it
beUl throughout l;r the hoi water Ttm atd
ba all the modern imprufemonti. our plant!
ra Ktrwn aad he!thr. Our -)r Irntrt ii
aninrnajKJ Lr inr in
tbc eJt ur wetl. uitort
ar itritJ to caJl wheo lit the citr. Dcacrip
Ut ealalof uas sect fr on application.
S3tn3 W. 8. SAWYKlt Jk CO.
L. LON'OTIX, TropV,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Wim, Liqsors lai CigiK
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
flVS in.LTAtP TABLES FOS L07S&S
Ths iaoy Flosri:? M:,
Take tlu method of informing the
Hihlietlmt their mill is now-and has
ecn roiititnntly running without .iny
FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED
Our water power is of Mich ft charac
ter that we are never hindered either
by ice or high or low water, and our
customers can always depend on hav
ing their work done promptly it well.
SlcliMt Xirfcel Pri:e paid far Good
aV8rFIourat wholesale :00 pound-
or orr at the mill ; lb cents oil on
the hundred. 35
NtllN WyaaAatt KtrMt, Kaataa CI 1 7, Me.
-o. Aothorlred ! tbn Mate lotrrat
j - Chronic. Nrmh utid Private Dia
H2 i ''. Scliiitml Wi-aknrr nirit
H Jt .), SeTtil IMi!lttT(j.i.n
BIH yrr) anil all ltnttciiluirtita totnar
H.CArrlae. A loo, J'liea, Taworm,
kJaBaaTllbccToaUrm, Aatlitna. Rpllepaj.
Uriuary and Skin Dtae awn, Ac. Curr pnaranteed
ormoncTtTrtindrd. Charge low. OvrrUJiniraaet
enred iMrtnr it lmortaut. All ineCicltiea fnr
nlahedretdvforu uoruuclnj;tilnicltrf. Ia
tUnU at a dltUnra Uv atd ljr letter and exnrvra;
xaadlduea e:il every wherc.f rcr fnu rut ir break
a- No Injurloati ciedlcluca used. " detruUon
from bnaltiea. State ronrcae and rend fortarnta.
CtiDaultallnn free and confidential, peronall or by
letter. A 1)IKK for Iwth axck. illuMrated and
circular of other thing, rnt eled In plain wrap
per, for twoScatampa. K. 11. Dr. HcndcroUta a
rerular rradcatc inxuedlclne. Orer Kyoari'' prac
Uca It in Chicago. T My Five Mutcnia la now
: ticacrlpuon lu sikt look.
fxec to all M4iiit. and to cn-
fonieraof lantynar J.th-utOTtertBC-It. Iteoatsin
about 1TI pac-H. iVi lUuxtraUou. rrt r. accurate
OaacrilUno aad valuable directri Jor fUntitur
liao Tvnetlaa of VYvelalita aud Flower Seel.
ITanlB. fruit Trorm, etc. IuraJu jUe to all, nj.
lallr to Market tUnlruera. head tor It !
D. M. FERRY & CO. Detroit M'CH.
xitL FAliJLAM3 SYSTE31
Amo MAKIHC buttir
See Cass aeat oa trial.
! IIJA. IfTalren 91.. Xatta
aUlvor WaUcfcca. Kta Wlaelrr aU.wX
iwrt jie- rrr kocwav.
-n Rrterb I.oataltia,
ow sis SHOT-am
rreatly reduced priea.
'top iur car x
V. VOWKLL A 50N. 8S Kvd Ptra. CINa N5i,II.a
FREE F( TRIAL
An anfaUtBc asj etwaaV
et IttaJitwaml r0or.ora&Tarilra
en laaMcrvcioa. tuaa, oeaav
itacunBLl awnaaawi lc tat
,eaa mw fart taewaa
ontrUI bortfBellU. A
Dr.M. W. HA.)
KOaSl oor. Clark
Clttrlrirtwti, Ol, H. Y.Clty.
IfeEW wlwf IN JUftVt
wni be mailed
LmFW f ' ' - 3aB
fcr teat, bW. jw r ia 1 'pi K
Job a Moor V. Praat
Z. JL Ataatcf.
First National Bank,
Trafi'act a cnarat Wbatat- baaiaaa. bajy a4
aaU Coaary warraau. Alo Cocatf. Fr
eiaet aa4 Hehaot DUtrtct aeact. B7 4 aall
- C Mra.
ft. C. Oatalt
R. A. SIMEON.
Attorney at Law
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A Orneral Banktac Bn5ne Trantacted.
Epecial Care riren to Collection!. Farm
Loaoi at Low Kate. Hebool Bond
Bougbl and Sold
KontiUa Brother Bank en. Sew York City;
Bank. Omaha Nebraaka.
Lm Moots. I. P- AtaaiQHT.
Bobt. V. SniikT. Caabier;
Stats M c! Eel M,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Special Attntin Civen to CollwO
J. W. Smbwood. SiLaaaaiata.
Lbti Moots. L. P. Albiisit.
Buy and sell Exchange. Make col
lections. Discount Notes and do a
General Banking Business). .
Intekkst Allowed on all Time
STUOIIM & McKEEBY,
Attorneys At Law,
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
Hy be coatulted in Knfliib or German.
Collection! will receie prompt atUntion.
OPFICK 1 doer wen of State bank or Bad
0. C. Cut. Ja. BtcNeay.
Case 8c McNeny,
ATTORNEYS A'COUNSELOBS AT LAW.
Wilt practic in all the Court of thia Slate
ami northern Kaona. Colleetinna welluUl
ieated buinri carefully an eCeiently atteud
U to. Orrira;- Pint door Kioth of National
Bank, up stain. RED CLUUI). NEB.
J. L. Kalct.
C. W. Katar.
ad. Nab. Nebraaka.
TT0BNET8 AT LAW k RIAL ESTATB
Will rracHr in all the Court in Nebraska
and northern Kanar: cbllectioni pninplly at
lendcd to aad corresiKindence tultcited.
BED. CLCTO. Kibraslx
Also. Accnti for B. Jk M. B. B. Land.
J. S. GILHAM,
TTOKXEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Officr opposite City Drug Storr.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley,
A TTORNET k COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office: Over Me Farland's store.
eed cloud, 17zb.
Laird & Smith,
a ttor.heys and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nedbaska.
Win pnetica in all tha ConrU or the SUta.
Prompt attention ciren to all busmen entrusted
to his care. iulyl-7
R. DAHEKELL, M. D
Physician & Surgeon,
Rsd Cloud, Nekraska.
0rr:c. Oae dcor south of Cair ofice.
lie D. DEIIEY? !H. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Ofice aad slccptar. rooi
otj llerry Cook's
BR. CI 9CHBNCK.
Physician L Surgtcn,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cbwles. S-51
Dr. Hv A. Bairi,
RED CLOUD, - HHMUSEAi
Dr J. HALtowELtyM. DV
Maker a Specialty of Diseases- of thw'
Ky and Ear.
HARDY, - -- NEBRASKA,
R. 1. Voora. Praa't
M. L. THOMAS,
FRIDAY. JUNE H. IM3
The pnd jury in Texas haa indicted ,
aliout fifty rnemberi of the legislature
of that state for gaatblin;;.
Bex Butler, baring ftn'whed up the
Tewksbury Almshouse investigation,
Illinois had another cyclone Sat
urday which did considerable damans
to property and stock, but no
AdviJes from Council Bluffs, Iowa,
state that damages from the recent
flood in Western Iowa are not near so
great as it was first reported.
the chamber of commerce, has been I
lost in the woods near Ashland, Wis-
consin, for five days, having strayed
from Engineer Scwell's surveving
... t-t i i r .i ri-
ty while doing work for the Wisconsin
Central road. Hie party have given
up work, and arc scouring the woods
. . . .1
Tli e following pen picture of Tabor
i from the Denver Tribune: "He is
an utter disgrace to the state. He dis
graced it in private life; he disgraced
it as & public officer; he made it the
jeer of the country during his brief
but petty career in the senate. It is
to his interest to keep himself out of
public notice. At ie$t he is but an
accident. The chance of a grub stake
made him rich, and lifted him to a
place which he could neither adorn
nor fill. His first act was to put aside
the wife who had weathered the storms
oi j lie wiui in in. cue was iroou cnoutrn
cur -ti i- lm , ,
"' e"" - t," .
for the niuUtid rain, but ahe had no
I . a . a . j a & at aV j Aa l.a& Ka .. av al1& I
business in the sunshine. Essentiallv
a vulgarian with doubtful antecedent,
he strove to buy his way into political
position. To a small extent he suc
ceeded. He bought cheap creatures
in the legislature for the first place in
its gift, but he did not buy them in
sufficient number, and when this fail
ed he begged his way into the second
position. During his thirty days in
the senate he put upon the state a dis
grace from which it will take years to
recover. Ignorant and disreputable,
gros and foolish, with neither moral
nor political sense, this chance clod,
begotten of California gulch fortune,
was thrown by curious chance among
men who regarded him as a curiosity
nly. A Colorado fool becamo a nati
onal fool, and the press was not slow
. .1 i .1.- I? t- -r
iu .iuu uie enp ur iu near me jingic oi
the IksIIs. Therefore the wide exprea-
sion of contempt for the short-term im
lecile who was sent to Washington."
Cyclone in Texas.
Dallas Texas, June 4. A cyclone
struck Greenville, Hunt county ."Satur
day night, demolishing the Mathodist
church completely, destroying three
or four residences, and unroofing or
otherwise injuring forty or fifty others.
Many persons are reported "injured;
but only one death, that of a small
colored child. The damage is estima
ted at from $50,000 to $60,000.
St. Louis, June 4. The latest ac
counts from Greenville. Texas, regar
ding the tornado which struck that
town Saturday evening, are that the
resendences of A. H. Strong and Wil
liam Wnlfinberg were torn to pieces;
but none ofthe inmates eriotislv h
:..wi a TT.i. nr i..,M .:.: l
blocks and posts were blown down or
twisted off their sopporta. A few occu-
pants were hurt. A large amount of
goods were damaged. All churches are
badly damaged. Few building in lh
place entirely escaped injury. Ac
counts from the surrounding country
say the storm was severe. Several
houses in the track of the storm were
blown down. A few persons were in
jured. The lss will aggregate $100,
000, but individual losses are small.
Galvktson, June 4. Interesting de
tails of Saturday nights storm are com
ing in. No serious damage to prop
erty is reported except near Greenville,
whese the storm assumed the torro. of
; a tornado. At Bonham lightning struck
a hacit returning from a picnic, killing
the colored driver and team, aud tear
ing away pieces of the conveyance,
which six negroes had jnst vacated.
At Palestine Samual Howard, on a
fishing excursion with another prom
inent citizen ami iwo little ooys, was
caught in a terrible rain storm, and
ataried for shelter in "the darkness.
Howard walked into the creek and it
wa? impossible to save hrm.
A Dallas special says" the storm on
RmiirirtV night had fcn it work
of devastation in narrow stHta m sec--
uons mw.es apart. At Cedar Hill srmtb
of IhiRag, farmers report the growing-
cfua uMieacu to we ground, ieuccs
blown down, reapers nnci wagons stan
ding ije. -he field rolled over and torn
apart W fee fury of the wind. 3he
uil0a sVte as to di
heareawten the people some of whom
came to town today,-having eivea up
farmin aad jrarued &mr aittWtioo- to
working at daja 'labor: Wht staK
dirj: in1 jfeookc waa arahcrtd to the
artiaOTd iikroogb what had beat,
model aUadroT com, estate aad crata.
Hail of lar aaar left tracas of xw
lenc by filhaj eheftp; d rabbkr.
uawti troa.- fineaa attiea waat fj
isum pauirwaa anciarai
were torn and carried In
crckaxda twkud aad atriMwd of tfaair
j -truth raaatavar taa
atnackr it kft rramdew, eefik. .
j raih-sanrileram lil ndlanifi15"-
TAat Altt PsUTII 1.
Ttm tke Baetabtaa GaanL
The atory runt thavt some iz
ago a young married woman, a Mr. I
MalbewB bv name, wm residing tn j
Byerry's family, and that he took
jdrep intcrcet in ber spiritual welfare
and waa wont to hold close commu
nion with her occasion would o!fer.
On one of these occasions, while this
woman and bis daughter occupied the
same bed he pertusded her to crawl
out and aiftiUt in holding evening ser
vice in one corner of the room. All
went on smoothly aud nicely enough
for a time. But the daughter did not
sleep so soundly but that she "hooked
on" to the little prayer meeting in the
corner and told her Ma. The said Y.
If. W. went to Colorada. and the side
show was closed for repairs.
Thus the matter for the time ended.
aud might have rested . but the Rev. ,
Ecnt!eman denied Lhe little corner
matin. Thp. datishtwr wit renucntol
to withdraw the impeachment and up-i
J on her refusal to do so the old gent
par-Lave her a beastlv whipping and it, I
K tier a Dcasuy ''PPB' "" ,l
alledged, in a manner too shockigj
for reciul here. Whereupon the .
! daughter wrote a letter to her brother-
in-law, Mr. Hunley, telling him of
what had taken place and asking fur
the protection ofthe town. It is said
he exhibited the letter to some of the
men around town, who advised
that Bycrly be treated to tar and feath
eri, which waa done as above stated.
Who did the disgraceful work is not
known, though some Academy pro
fessors, and members of the Congrega
tional church confess to having advised
the work. These are the report afloat
and are given as heard on the streets.
In behalf of Mr. Bycrly it is stated he
never whipped his daughter as report
ed. He did punih her, ii says, be
cause sue retuseu to gel up in tne
niorning to aM;9t hcr lothcr in do5nR
cause she refused to get up in the
her house-duties: and that there i no
truth in the story of his having been
intimate with Mrs. Mathews. This is
corroborated by his wife, and other
circumstances throwing a great deal of
doubt over the whole affair, and ten
ding to show that the daughter told her
story to get sympathy.
The whole proceeding is involved in
considerably mystery, and it is hard to
locate the blame. Looking at it from
nny ftand point, it loom up as a most
Hard on th Men.
If a man's wife slanders her neigh
bor he may be sued and damages re-
covered from him. That i
at loiist ititrir.'t.i.l lir
is the law.
JudRt'- Tw0 wcn had
one lost her temper and all control of
hcr tongue and she suid things calcu
lated to injure the character of the
other; the injured female brought suit
against the slanderer and her husband
and asked for 110,000 damages, her
lawyers claiming as a reason for ma-
( king the husband n party defendant
that he was responsible for the wife's
acts. The husband endeavored to
have the suit dismissed so far as he
concerned but the judge overruled his
motion to that effect and concluded an
exhaustive opinion by saying "I do
not find and legislative authority for
saying that the married man is absol
ved from responsibility for the person
al conduct of his wife the same as at
common law. Men must see toil that
their wives do not slander people." If
this Colorado judge quotas the law
rectly men who are so unfortunate as
to have high tempered and quarlsoino
wives are liable to be plunged into
deep trouble at almost any time.
The Red Cloud Mills Patent flour is
the lcsi thing out in the line of bread
stuffs. Even the celebrated Minnesota
brands cannot excell it and then there
is no freight Kill to be added on to the
cost price for the consumer to pav.
Murhart fc Fulton's is' flite largest
Hardware House iu the Republican
They alwavs carry a large stock" of
goods," in addition to which jthey have
received a car load of Glidden and
Oraaha BaSb Wire,
They have" the finest assortment of
Ranges and cooking stoves west of
Headquarters fa? ereasnery and
dairy cans, and eventLicf swW-at Bot
Call and examine before purchasing!
39 2t o2t 2t 4W.-
The White Stone Alliance will tneef
at tnc'hool house in school1 district
No. 76 in Garfield iTednctatTp. a.
Tneaday the 13th day of June scap-foinr-deSegatea
to meet at the cotirt
booee in Bid Cfood Wednasday- Jaae
13t, to appoist delegaiea to'aaeet at
Btaeiujurof rafet import aaata'wiil be
in order, it is hoped that erery alliaacc
aaaa iavGaieJd Precinct wfil-1
wttawiy cmred by aaaisf Rcexra's Iran.
Vk hkm atadw arraaemveu to ftsr
wk to tlM mlwribrri of tbfa ?""
thai csecUeBt ffrksltarml mA atock
jovrnaj, Tke A'ebnfkm Farmer for LU
amall cum ef SIjOO per year. Tb
Fnrmrr i pybltahM at Uncols, NK,
O. M. Drust, Editor, asd l de-totrd to
agriculture a4 ttock frewina; ia tW
wC Y.vtrj tonnrr abould uk lc
rVftdfl.tO ta tiila efflr mud viU
aw lh Fmrmm wm to jew.
8ongs Nvcr Sung.
"How dot that rcre :nn Seme
thing like tht, w'nt it'
Tar as h tenth t. a-i ttriftr.
At. 4 m faaae U pi4 t wta taa
Alu 5 '"T lka. "ta trves e
Bat die with all tb.ir av ie tesa.
M Ye, that's bratUful, p4thttc and
tru, aid your Tepr,emurr "The
p:t alludes to people who are orn
now suDDrntsed, and ne-rrr ct thru
full allowauce of joy and air Which re
minds me of a letter shown we the olh
er dav by Hiscvix A Co. of new York,
signed by Mr F. C. Williams of Chsp
ntan, Snyder C. Pa. a prominent lu
ninevM man of that place. He write
"I have suffered with aathina for orer
fortv ycar, and had a terrible attack
in December and January &2. I hart!-
Iv know what prompted me to take
I uju o aim the nrl
day I took four dc-ev The effect aston
-wJ" J "".. .9IeI "J IT!
. it u,a 1.1 ...
no asthma. My bribing is now a
perfect as if I had never known that
d'8- If ?" .knor of "' ,,e wtho
i,aa asthma tell him in mv name tliai
parkcr's Tonic will cure It-even after
forty Years. Tltere wa a man who w-
caped the fate of thoe whom the poet
t. ...- TV.:- ......t.... t..k Urn.
a- . -
iniiitriim. 111m j)t' j'.J nvn "iiivu -
heretofore loen known as Parker's
Ginger Tonic will hereafter le adver
tised and sold under che name of Par
ker's Tonic. Inasmuch as ginger m re
ally an unimportant ingredient and
unprincipled dealer are constantly de
cciving their customers bv iubstttuting
inferior preparations under the name
of ginger we drop the misleading word
There is no change, however, in the
preparation itself, and all bottle? re
maining in the hand of dealers wrap
peil under the name of Parker's Glngr
Tonic contaiu the genuine medicine if
the facsimile signature of Hicox &. Co
is at the bottom of the outside wrap
MONEY t MONEY!
Kctertalcan es inprrred farasla rreti-
ers lert:ki at tit r:rj tv,
rates cf istertst.
We call the attention of all dwiring
such accommolatioii, to the f.irin
loan dep;trtment of our huiuc4, in
which we are fctill oJfering the btat in
ducements to the public
There i absolutely no cot t6 our
ctistomers. No fee? for abstract title
no fet for reconling mortgnges: no
fes for taking acknowlttlgnientd, no
loans paid in checks or drafU upon
which thu borrower mut pay a. li
count in order to get the money, but
all loans paitl in actual cash, over our
counters without auy deduction what
ever. In placing our loan there is no te
dious delay in submitting Applications
to eastern parties, as our faoihturi are
such that we erfn cloc all good loans
on short notice.
We are prepared to fill desirable
loans at nine percent, straight, with no
charge of any nature whatever. All
payments of interest and principal
may le made at our bank, ami will be
sent to the parties free of charge and
interest notes returned to our custom
men). As to our promptness and fair deal
ing we refer to thoe with whom we
have placed loans (numbering at pre
ent nearly six hundred.) Call at our
office, or address us through the mail.
21 tf SiMfsoy ,fc Sweezy.
Takes ap toy tke smJetviraad. He in oa at.
tka If. tews 2 raace It) Weaai. ia WebtUr coaaty
Nebraska, on Friday. April Ute. 1SS3 one licht
gfwy karat tr or sir years oH. Urbt auai aa J
tail. '.tic Jj hereby (iveatkaioa Satardar.
lakiaa aatd kaaoiaar tka
aera aeceneea aaisu.
aeft Ed Ward D. MeCaae.
Fitwl Print attl a.
Oatc at Blnesaiartoa' Neb May n. I9B.
NoUckberaarsiTeatkat Use lollowtsr
aad sattler has Had nUice or tie isteotHa
tpaakeflaal pivafit. support of bite aim' aS 4
Ua4ti rr will b asade b-efofw Clerk of
piftie Cart at Had Cioad 'ab...n Saltflwax.
H'i Sa. 453T fcr tka W X S BJiSWiJXK!,'
.Vr';5 EJ Se- 21 town 1 aorti. raec- 1
wtf He ease tha fcllowis wltarae te pre re
ha eoatmaves reideae aca atd ealtitla
of aia lacd. rU: Oerx DWiU, Kara It.
wtcaaaaa. Jame II. Hellaad Dicdrieb Vol-
lee, all f OtrMt Buck. rb
Laid 0r at awoasalavt.a. New, Ma 1 ..
Notkw ia beraoe circa that tka feUewiac
Bated settler has f 14 sattee ot his iataatiaa lo
aakr laat trof iastipport or hlscUisa. aad
sweetfv wawl aatry tkeirew. prut v b avad aw
tor Uerk of ta PistrlW Cert of Waawtar
eoaaty. at hit e-, in Ked CKW Nek,
atarday Jaa S. 10. r'rt;
Hd No. 430. for K -4 rf See. C X. 3 aerth. R.
12 west. Uenaofieathe toHvwtex wits to
pror. b t eeadaooa rw-dtae qpaa aad !t
vatioa af aaid taad. Alaert X. Wilttra.
Jpka Marker. Jobs WiU?a aad Oscxr Raiacy.
atll efCatkadaa. Nw.
aYa)jaaI2 S. W. airmen. Reaisur.
W. H.- ESVtti, 'digtn-
Tail Getapany rarrxat die" Perkins
Mill ta be a aooi.diiraUe. aalf-rerula-.
6ofc aaacHae.- aaiH in m wriastaru"
aad. wrorinaan like uJKAser, aad hereby
agree to f ttrai, frte of dafge, the
narpatta aecessanr to auks fooc
T wWact ia workaxaasaip or wiwla
lor tasetena'araae year. 41
Kaeor boot aad"
j j asa m. issB. at i a eioa m. m. r aaU day. ia
taw-TUlarTer Red Clova. .fewraAa. Ut aald
aaiaad win we aald at tie aaetio to eatfafv
awanwas awd wta of
lfra't Mk i
atw4a ta afetfr rT9fraeS4
tmafta H rafwUft a hjuill
areafta mi iay'i UW wiat
at pfcywJcaJ paie. AI !a4 rsfrt
wiiH wiit avatiai Is tW tr
aatftm- "Oa! 1 mat t
aa. LVc trtatB!0 tf )tw art
krcea aewn, hart ieJ marrj, er
ftsai at If Wt wat karafy war &.
iaf , yaii cm at raEerai ami rt
ttorta ta rtbaat aealtii ted ttreafla
j ukiaf itgwrs ftM IfT-
TEtS, wilds ii a trvc ttaic a
watdidat aafrtrtaly rtcc wsiaajii
fM X Freaa. St.. r-Sisra
Dariag I 8
fcarcd ia t&t wtatacb by a t
f a ahcll. aad kaac aaScrrd
frees ttratccc. Abottffoux
acanapi it brought a Pax
at, which kcj w) in Led all
aaofclha, ad the bnf dcxtora
ia tte cktr nJ 1 trtli n4
live. I soScxtd fcaxfiiU; fraar
iadifitioa. aad for over two
year coUJ dc rat k1U food
asd for a larrt portico cf tLc
time w aa ur.aF! to rrada era
liqaid ncmruhnrnL. I ttml
Bro w a I roc Itelrrt ad now
krr Uklsg two ld 1 tea
able to (rt et aad po arocatl
aad km lafaaly unrrtniec.
BROWN'S IRON BIHERS
a campktt aad turt ramedr fur
Indigestion, Dyipsesa, MaUna,
Weakneu and all ditaases rcc.ua--iRg
a true, reiixble, acn-alcaHoHc
tank. It enriches the Waed, gives
new life to tat nnwcsat aad taae
Mr. M. K. Allison, lltnchfn'son',
Kan Saved his life by a simple Trial
Bottle of Dr tenrs cw Ihscorery
for Cwjunrptjun, which ra"ised him to
procure a largo iottIe, that completely
curel him. wuen IWtorn, chnnge of
climate and everything else had failntl.
Asthma, Bronchiti, hiAransr, Se
vere Ccugbs, ami all Throat and Lung
dascao, it i giiarautetd Ut cure
Trifil Bottles free at II Cook's drug
store. large site 1 1 00.
As Asnrar WaaUi.
Can auy one bring u a cac of Kid
ney or Li'vrr Crunplaiiit that Klectnc
Bitters will not iqejdily cure? We
say they cannot, a Uiotu-uid of case
alreatly Hjrmanenlly cured and who
are dailv recomrwtrding Klctnc Bit
tern, wifl prove- Bright'. I)cake, Dia
bcte. Wcfcfc Btvck, or rov urinary
complaint quickly cur I. Th?y pur
ify the blood, regulate tirt bowel, aud
act directly on the dtaeakl parts.
Eevry ottle guaranteed. For sale at
50c a bottle by H. Cook.
Geo. O. Yeiser,
Jill latltl I lUUUft ijUt,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Office on Webster Street, in Miller k
Ball's nnl store.
w-Bbts aad lUal Eial. attswds t4f wwt
vac prvrerty aad eoliaetiaa rww. 3Ht
Insures against Iom by ffre and light
irfng; alfa h!g4i itHhi, cyclones and
Is now offering great bargains in
firm, town lots, residence aad "btisl-
Now is the Uate for ro6tbic iaTCst
menU. I leiTc on ray books' for sale stock
farm of 6iQ' acres with VAluble im'
provemeate and abumiaot .water.
40 acres nhimproredl
To forms of 320 acrci each', with
excelleut improvemtau nlesiraie.
One farm of 400 acres, wood and wa
ter, WtUl im proves Jl
Two farms of 200 acre each, well im
proved, with wood anil water.
Twenty or more ixrzmvt led aeras
each, with improvements.
Qtiarter sections lying topUher aaJT
detached wkh-tad mibout uBprore
tBeata. Also timber claims very cheas.
j. Soaae parcels near to ed CJood
wtuch caa now be had(frai Wrsaiat)
cheaper thaa will bfvun'cn4.
Sptdal liucra-f ntx.
Stace the dastrSaata af jiftaiiaan
Sorer aad ocr araariaa' hat wiaaai
anuf aextyaari are rawjaaaa tv
iaereaa the czrcalatiaa at a Weekly'
dace Aff eatt of the yaytfaaw tofttr
aiwh it to oar mUftMmt af a avtre
w taa walawaeaf estate
MHil' Jamvskrr 1st aaa
Taa is fW Mwatr arfat tfwar
otxf wsjswmu iwaraid af aW
i twUKHr avail tlUaatolivW
Go To W.
bTAPLE $ Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO CIG AMS
IN TOWN Al-M
Choica Nuta. Fruita. 4l Confectiona.
Frrah Fruits and Vegetal tn. 4 w Ct s).1
0ler hta p'r-at --
at reduced prices; consisting of Dry"
Goods. Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Hats & Caps, Trunks & Valises,
Notions, &c., &c., at his
NEW STORE BUILDING
one door south of Miller' hemes shop.
All arc invited to call. I am very tlunkfuf
for past favors, and would rcspcctfulljljplicit :
rnnfininnrr nt fhr nmfv "
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lRr Kifw Train fr OaakesiOiUa
r Ken Utr. St LtU end aj -U
.Itr.ffi ! a- M -l
k ritu ltU IMnfc
eawfjt. fM llai fUM Cf.d ", T ! pftfci tv if.
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Ptaitc Cr t at XUn Wff f a! 4ate at iit p M
Tbrh TVV af it ! Jt r t .t at 4 V lj-t m, s
Karx wttl W eb..J V Oi Af Hffwt4 wftfto as?J
tataea will rtoewelailr fiie are aUe V ar . vr 1
t. 9. CUaTlt. Canaral TkHseni, cnh
MAKB lIirfr RICH MJtXOI.
Awdlwat sasay'it Jtawaaw aa. U-d la
awa Wm arJU wa t riK aavi avIM sVmw
, W awaJi a Utswa; hm gwaaitiia. rr
.cat us r aiaaita. ftww4 Srr Hwlwr.
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as a I aass aa asatsieJiaTHse. awMjaw Ma
it Jsa asasHa ieaiMva'
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77 W. -mat,
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