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ernble patriarch whoso trcmblfflflimM-
uave urou"ui, jjiju tu n. iuucsioiw in
tWs eartbly pilgrimage
tiiat you will'
acrcr reach 'Um
he frosts of forty suui-
hicrs will soon have whitened this wise
old Iwadaud doa't be manuy." I
liad a little, tiny much rather you
Wouldn't even talk the jientle slanij of
Vassar or Wclleyly, but ho iongns your
brother smokes paper, I .suppose wo
must allow tou some privjleires of
i aaow you some pnvjleges ol
:cdness. Hut do not, if you please,
if you desire to bo pleasing, do
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not ue "manny.
A mautiy" woman ulwa'i overdoes
tho thing. In her frenzied endeavors
lo appear, and do, and be liko a man,
she usually succeeds in being liko four
or five men. And somehow or oLlifr
but ob don't bc-raat! B rT'T'rr.fi
., - TfiL-, tim n.ir?7ii-if lK2f2old Ihcrascjvcs aloof from the basinew
sho selects for her models the very ( oH his love, but his admiration. It
typo of men that all other men despise, j i often the girl's fault that sho does
She exaggerates every attribute of man i not have this sphere opened to her.
that she'attempta to copy. If she car- Our young men rcfuso to marry bo
rlcs a cane, she usually carries a Dow- causo tho young women demand homes
cry-ldoklug kind of a stiek that 1 Rood as those of their affluent fath
wouldn't bo found dead with.. If shoJrsand ambitious mothers. In many
whistles, she does not aim to whistlo j cases thp fathers of tfieso girls were
in the melodious bird-notes of Ella ? poor when young. In it moro of a dis
Chamberlain, but she whistles liko a - honor to have a poor suitor than to
atable boy. If she wears a man's hat . nave had a poor father? Thcso girls
and ulster, as often sho does, sho j forgot that the blessing of a homo is
wears a most offensive hat and tho I tho affectionate co-operation of tho
zebra ulster of the song-and-danco
men. Siio doesn't chew tobacco, thank
heaven, because if site did she wouldn't
look- mf.Knvnr-ta.nf line cut. she would
chew "oowbfiv nhiy." And sho wouldn't
chew it. sho would "chaw" it. When
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alio walks down street with your broth
er sho takes longer" strides than her
aiortified escort. She talks loud, as
somo men, but no gentlemen do. Sho
don't try lo be a gentleman; sho tries
to be a "man." Sho overdoes every
thing, like a boy learning to swear,
who drags in his blanks and dashes
without-rcgard to grammar or litness,
time, occasion, or place.
And nobody likes her very
Oil, she sometimes, when sho is natur
ally a very bright woman, makes tho
circle about her lively and animated.
Men cluster about her if sho is hand
some, and laugh With Her to iicr laco
and at her behind her back. Hornamo I 0 on for a vvlillo upon lines that havo
iH mentioned lightly and jueringly at . air0ady been formed, when one scorns
clubs, my daughter, whero yours is s to havo accomplished his caroer and
never whispered save with profound ro- can rcst with satisfaction upon what
peet. All. speak of her by her Christian tuo im3 done. This is tho point of
jiame. Frequently they aro a littlo danger to men, especially to profes
.afraid of her, because tho "manny wo- , 8j0nal men. It is tho point when clor
3uan,V always striving to bo a man, gymon or lawyers or doctors feel that
jiever rolimpusnos certain dear pnvil-
, egos ol her sex, auu has a savage way
of saving sareastie, mean things to men
and about women, which, wcro sho a
jnan, would unng her many a cult o'
tho ear. But being a woman, tho can
aay themwith impunity.
But you say men leavo tho society of
quieter, more refined young ladies, to
go with tho "manny one. Oh, no.
they don't. Tho "manny" woman has
a way peculiarly her own, of collaring
a man and dragging him captive whith-
er she will for a lime. But ho always
escapes as soon as no can. aareiy,
umceu uoes no go wmingiy. xivr iouu
talk, her long stories, her whittle, her
jsareaslic remarks, her cano find her
dog, her slang and her polities, her
aoubretto righteousness scare the aver
age man, and he runs away tho mo
ment a safe line of retreat is open for
him. Beliuve me, daughter, when a
wan wauls a wife he doesn't fall in
fovo with a sweetheart so much liko
jiiiusulf that it is a toss-up which of tbo
two should and would wear the tr
would wear them, you know. Thero
is only ono thing in "this world of im
perfectiou of less use than, a "manny
woman," and that is n "womanly
mau." lie but exeuse mo, daughter,
if I do not coudnuo that topic. I can
never swear in your presence, and I
am but a weak human mau, and fear
that I could .not talk long about tho
"womanly man" without falling from
THE KliD-lllCADliD GIUL.
"Jnsjt now, remarks a Philadelphia
M'riicr, wheu tho rhododendrons and
straw hats are beginning to blossom,
and when by other liko unmistakablo
-signs we know that tho spring timo is
ended and that summer is nigh at
hand; just now. in this happy, tranquil
. season, it is pleasant to turn from tho
'wildermcnt of rival booms and the
turmoil of conventions to a glad yot
placid contemplation of tho red-headed
.For, :ifter all, thero is something
about the red-hoaded girl that is both
soothing and comforting always pro
vided, of course, that you tako her in
tho right way. When you tako hpr in
the wrong way well, it won't bo lonsr
.before Vou'll'wish you hadn't gg
maXSmLn Ji thela" wy much opposed To the b
C ill?Z0n"?0mln The story was that when tho Pacific
fewifKmn1'1!?16 Mail subsidy was on it final passage
1 Pw,hio maet,muS more than lobb Wch b been sorof t.
Si-fV?"1' Wed by the attacks of Mr. Kerr, in
twn that the red-headed girl has for- quired eagerly for their enemy, as he
inJtl -3id not appeal on tho floor. JenUo-
aud then (whea things have gone all mon responded Sam Ward-moro
?J.Tr.?lJXZy? AS f generally klown as Uncle Samuel, the
a way of snapping, and her tip-tilted ; 1, of (ho iobby-'-Mr. Kerr is sick
rS5WZ?iJ?" Kerr was
iu a fashion that well
stoutest male heart: for the shortness
of her temper, when it is short, la
something to talk about Pie crust's
no same for it. But bless your pret
ty picture! her fulEs have no more
staying quality than hare the promises
(to bo fulfilled after election) which
are beings mado so plentifully this
luoraiag out in Chicago. And it is as
good a a picture better than most
picture fa fact to see the way in
whJck; the sun comes out after one of
. her little" storms. Geaerally speaking;
! . the first of "the fair weather ana.is a
' '. iaiat indicatkwi'of the existence of the
a -ioi-t JimWk: and from this kick ha-
--Xwmw: oeatarrood aatre seems to
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Mmtxetiu yaeawmv ,i, ijiyj
writer w twi.- isaumon Jwcnoan.
lt Jr edatw iswt be now than
tko flos of iwwBipiiiliaienU wkick
fiu '-her for curliwitr or delicTotw
piece of bric-a-brac. Sh bihsL derelbjn
if oanJJB5H ui. iu'j 4uiii.j ut via
cliagiuglo oniot1uBg btrowg, but the
UH3I i;i.i. ui u- 4auun.uucH miui
wortby ciisrxcicr jn goewty.
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and from all interest m its
and exigencies. Letmcicll
jliey aro a diuhonor to their
scr mtVTWOrB to iuo psuse ui utvir
Divine M&&Z!o placed on them as
mticIhHiratMqa me. The devil
holds alfrst mort3o evci- aimlc3
life. A'uilcdsuess iijfio drifting
and we never drift up Tdffaanu Wo
man's "contracteil sphere" Jfptinu-
J "y uaugicu neiurc us.
sphere of power for a
1 whioii can exceed in i
sphere of home. The h
ally dangled before m.' ;erdlf no
a nnman d?
hope of chilis-
tion was in tlio home and the hooo ox
the home is in the mother. Sbc can
make her child what nho will, if her
conduct everywhere ami under all cir
cumstances is such as to inspire not
partners. No better definition of a
wife has ever been given than that in
tho second chapter of God's book a
' husband's helper. There is
I when n young man needs
moro than when he is at tho bottom of
the hill; a girl who is unwilling to be
gin with him then is not lit to bo his
wife when ho has reached tho top.
WOMEN AT KOICTr.
Tito period of dry rot in tho Uvea of
mi'M 5 K.iiil to hi'rin tit the n.n of fi(L
j though a recent essayist makes it date
j at 40, and if this is so, tho period of
I decadenco for women may bo set at
1 least ten years carlior, says tho Boston
JJcraliL There is a time irunerally ue-
kuowledgcd in society when men and
women seemed to havo rccched their
ultimate, when the forces of youth aro
spent, when tho environments of life is
- - m
nn!irnntlv fixed. Arhen it is nnssihln to
thoy havo reached something fixed,
nnd need not put forth further effort!
It is also tho point, whero women, if
married, aro apt to sav to themselves
that thev can sottlo down iuto tho fixed
. things of their homes, or, if unmarried,
J aro npt to withdraw their interest from
active lifo and rotlro Into themsolvos.
It is the soason of danger with oithor
flCx, perhaps tho season of most danger
. to womon, bocauso thoy havo less to
: call forth their latent enorgics than
mon havo, and aro moro susceptiblo to
tho agencies that promoto or diminish
their happiness and ustfulnoss.
WIDOWS IN GKEAT UIUTAIN.
Tho older Wellcr's warning to Sami-
vel to "bovaro of viddcrs" would seem
particularly pertinent to all England
just now. Tho latest census snows
that at tho closo of tho year 1881 thero
were in England and Wales moro than
"1,000,000 widows, with Scotland and
Ireland to hoar from. Tho samo ro
turns exhibit not ono-half that numbor
of widowers, so that a solution of difli
culties docs not readily present itself.
And what makes the situation still
more appalling is tho statistical state
ment that nearly 60,000 of thcso wid
ows aro under 35 years of ago. Mar
rying men, even widowers, will want
to know how thcso million widows
managed to dispose of their husbands.
Moro particular inquiry throughout tho
kingdom for tho lato census socms to
havo come to a standstill; but it was
t "estimated" that tho number of wid-
ows in Scotland aud Ireland was throo
I times that of the widowers.
An English doctor reports tho caso
of a lady who had a regularly recurring
series of abscesses on tho ankles. On
entering her sitting-room ono day ho
noticed a pair of her shoes, and, on tho ,
impulse ot tho momont, ho directed his j
pauent to use a largo oroad-heolcd
shoe. Sho did so, and has had no
trouble for two years. Her former
shoes had a loug, tapering heel, set
nearty in tuo middle oi tho solo.
Sam Ward us a Nurso.
The following story was curront at
the timo of one of Sam Ward's opera-
rr iv w?ucu""" i. i.u.iui,
Alreadv too ill to ha ont f htA. and
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Bouie umu zuier, at a uiue umner party
wnero ino eminent congressman was,
the name of Ward was mentioned.
"That is a singular man," said Kerr.
T have known him. for some timo as
one of those d d lobbyists, and had
treated him rather rough on two occa
sions. Do yon know, last summer,
when I was so, very ill, he not only sent
mo beautiful flowers and costly wines,
but became and nursed me as if I had
been his child or hrotherP He must be
Tery kind hearted." "Ho is as kind
hearted an old fellow as tho Lord per
mits to lire," responded ono convers
aatwith tho facts, "but his solicitude
exhibited ia your behalf. Kerr, did not
cocao altogether of a kiad heart:' and
he then, proceeded amid roars of laugh
ter to tell why Sam Ward nursed M.
C Kerr. Kerr dhf sot Join ia. the
laughter. He had little or mo sense of
haaaor ia aiacojapoakion, and to the
day of hia death he wild mot see where
tke.laagh cajBM in o that eeadust of
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aeotwra BfWbowei ve tiuti uiw
fUftnd m era itte' tHfrilBC
et oli. tarieo.iPMieroa civer! iscrer
A ttifwrforwIiS 1
kT aot taaslcM ta
Tfeypileftcc ifcrojr ta tor rrs wU
Tlir patSenoe wltfc lay weakseM ad rc-crct.
Ab, Jet ae taaak tM mv vttk xklus?
WpuraiorVrcat Jey, ma4
An4, Got: le'UaalM
, rerr-fie eoatrat.
timl tareaga ue
W w ioi?elr Hti were West,
Alitoufrb (be rt-urs were do)nte adlowr.
Taj-pfttieaee matebed thjr kT. awl bolk
-All 7be Year Soaad.
farmers near the alleged diampna
farm at Palmyra, Wis,, are setting out
at high prices. i
Dakota has 1,400 quaro 'nilcs of
ater surface and H7;.7O0 fjuaro miles
-;.The7i9anost of Tonqnia naa already
csJranTSlpO. 000,000 fraaca. Such
For th1f5ei;Vtt3ur years Denmark
has contribute'ftjolliyayorngo of 1,
oOO people to MotmoudoP
Svrataisc, N". Yelaim2vtoy have
manufftctur'"! tho lirstfocomotvWLCVor
ouiii in the united Slated, m-. t V
A local curiosity in Louisville, Kyi
Is a bird with a head liko that 7ftfs
mon soy. n swaiiows tiro sparrows:
The Prlnco Imperial of Austria
speaks, it is usserted, every dialect
known in tho Austrian dominions, ex
Thero aro moro colored peoplo in
Georgia than thero aro Indians in tho
wholo country. Georgia's ncro popu
lation is about 725.000.
Two colored men aro going to pub
lish a paper in Dos Moiucs, which they
hope to mako tho organ of their raco
in the State of Iowa. It will bo called
tho Iiising Sun.
A German scientist has drawn atten
tion lo the fact that the Sutlej, one of
tho great streams of British India, is
probably the swiftest largo river in tho
world, having a descent of 12.000 feet
in 180 miles, ;an average of about 57
feet per inilo.
J. Jablochkoff, whoso electrical
candlo is well known, has invented a
sodium battery which is stated to
possess a much higher olcctro-motivo
force than any other hitherto devised.
Tho sodium is used in thin plates
coupled with compressed carbon.
When not in aetion the sodium is kept
covered with naphtha.
M, Melino, tho French Minister of
Agriculture, has been inspecting tho
maritimo Alps district, with engineers,
with a view to the construction of irri
gation canals and tho roafibrosting of
tho valleys. Ho goes ac lively to work,
maiutains a strict incognito, and posi
tively refuses all banquets, ollieial re
ceptions, etc This has mado a very
good iinprcssiou on the people in tho
districts visited. .x...--
A famous mollah at Cabul having de
clared tho uao of tobacco to bo con
trary to the Moharmnodan law, tho
Ameer has submitted tho question to
a council of mollahs from ail parts of
tho country. If their docision bo
against tho indulgence in tobacco, its
uso in Afghanistan will be prohibit
ed, but if thoy pronounce it lawful tho
anti-tobacco prophet i3 promised im
prisonment at Candahar.
Tho Nature reports a rcmarkablo
land subsidonco at Bona, in Algeria.
Jabol Naiba, an isolated mountain, 800
meters in height, is rapidly decreasing
in altitude, aud a considerable cavity
is forming round its base. Tho wholo
mass of mountain is evidently sinking.
Tho neighborhood of Bona must, how-
ever, havo formerly been tho scene of
a similar phenomenon. Lake Fezzara,
which measures overl2,2u0 hectares in
extent, had no existence in the timo of
the Romans. Its depth at the center is
only 2.G0 meters now. Investigations
mado in 1870 disclosed tho remains of
a Konian town lying in tho lake. Tho
.inferenco is that the town had sunk
long ago, just as tho mountain is sink
ing at tho present day.
A friend who has been traveling in
Mexico, brings back a story illustra
tive of tho pocuiiar lack of lnventivo
ness of tho people of our sister republic.
A church was lately built at Lagos, on
tho main line of tho Mexican Central
railroad, and when finished tho fathers
were annoyed to find that a big hole
from which tho clay for tho adobes
used in constructing the edifico had
been excavated, remained directly in
front of tho main entrance. Orders
wero given to havo tho unsightly hole
filled up. This was dono by shovoling
into it earth and clay from tho nearost
bank. But this, of course, left another
hole, and so tho painstaking Mexicans
went to work and filled that up in liko
manner, leaving another gap in the
ground, which was tilled, and tho oper
ation was repeated until tho holo was
run out of town, so to Bpeak, and tho
good fathers congratulated themsolves
on being rid of an unsightly nuisance.
Peoplo who wonder that tho Mexicans
aro not moro enterprising than they
are will find in this littlo tale ono ex
planation of tho difficulty which stands
in the way of the rapid development of
the country. A. Y. Times.
iTolcssor Uoitz, ot otrasourg, latcij
exhibited a dog possessed of no part of
that portion of tho brain which some
physiologists call tho motor tact" or
seat of power for voluntary motion.
Yot the animal had perfect freedom of
action, and knew how to effectually ro
sistr&ny interference with him at ni'eaJ
time. Tho printed volumes are many
in which attempts. aro mado to prove
4as such a thiiu? is impossible
Advice to Uotbrrs.
Aro yon llsturbed atilpht and broken of vour
restbynsirk.chiUl'MilToring and crvinjr v.lb
pairfofcnttlns teeth V Ifso send at onec and
p:t a bottle of Mrx. WInJos sooUiin sttuii
for chililnti tccthins. lis valued lurakiiLnble.
It will relieve the -little sutTen iniincdiatMv.
DeitcHdujtoffit, motbers, there no mlsmta
almutit. ItciRvsjtysfo'and diarrhoea, n-;-ulatcs
tlie stomach nd fnwels, aires, wind mile
ronenstlie'KUins.JVdufeft inBwnatlon.and pies
toue and 'snehzy to thciwliole STstrni. .Mm.
htsow'sootSjHKsynin fr eluldrcn tet-Mili;
Is ivleasant the. taste, and Js thn pntscriptioii
titune.otthcolik'st and DesWemnb nurses and
ilijiciniis Ih tlHiltHiUHiyt3taj,-uja bfor sabr
tv all dmjajtsts throioul world. ln IS
licfess G'Jbtrint, Slvf.
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rKHf ff.M lit frtK
item. W Jwri tMifM.
Tlic fest:6n teurih cau truly lc said
of 's6rig' .GJyccd,SJal which is a
sure euro fbr-cut. hruises; scahls.
'WLoohfor J6tfyd N&tr
.Late to Jlewf.
wiiil wfucli poo
iwuoiiaa beca it
xiici)M early miil
m. m k, ,- T- -'",. -f
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wbsre i my hatiplneaa. ,6h !N?
ma j.zrvE-m '. m w . ilk -i.-'r
inv ItapMRCM. BntMfcat: '.eoukT
xkn only in prf,AS g6Smsvof , wan!?
snntwmc occnumaHv ixu across me
jcioompfaXew KnIaadatHtaii 'day, j
six ti getter w ers icox jo
Mr, LvH. Titn tfjmnhftum,-2k. J.
ys: "I have tnuflfcred unuW - nUery
from cbildhool from; chronic tlwoiws
fit tltc jbowck arkl diarrbyccompHn
ied by sj'jftl pwn. I sought relief at
tbeTiand of pbynciarw of $?ery. school
and twed vefy patent atal decitk:
mcilicine under-tsMl sun. L lye at
IwJf rmmri in T'4ivkMa Tnnu a muu. 1
picte specific, pr eetiiiv.;-"ix.V'. A;
VQiir invaluable JH&ic, whicljdki
-- ' -... .v.m .fc-fe. vy
ior me wimvcGrfiuiR ctf c cotna- o?,
wititlcdrihc);treditof niy getonr
dttction ta Ibe, icopi 6t, Jersey CJtir
adds: 'Tbo iciitimojiijil of Mr. Titt';
is genuine and lotay; only be doa
not ndequatcly'gjpnrayf the gaflerinjf
be has endttrcd-for mnnj yeaw. He
lie is mv brOtiier-in-litwT xnd f know
tbe case well" He is ndw perJWw-ixsJ
iroin iiis oiu iruuiucp,7ixi?iijoyn iieuiu
and life, ascribinx-it" all to 'Parker's
Unenualleil as an invigorant: tjniu-
lates all the organs; cures ailments of
lejivcf. kidneys, and nil diseiwud of
' -sUHcklcH'K Arnica Salve.
The.busve in the world for cuU,
l.niligrcSrcer. salt rheum, fever
sores, tcTtiSr.-chaiipdbaiHlfl, chilblains,
-oriis, and nlltskin wiions, and posi
tively euros iii5sirnoily required.
It is 'guarantied (rajfe: twfect. fatis-
r.,..i;... n ,..,. r-.tfiT&azirin;,
nts per box. i'or sale
Haxovkic, O., Feb
After having lung fever
niotiia I had a dreadful
. 13, IfeS
could not sleep at night. The doctors
told me I bad roiisuniptioii and wouls
die. I have taken six bottles TisuM
(Jure and my eough is entirely gone
and I am well as ever.
To the SMOKERS of
Bull Durham Smok
The genuine has picture of
BULL on every package.
For particulars see our next
(Qmllnuedfrtm last wet)
How Watch Cases are Made,
This process of manufacture waa invented
by James Boss, who started in business in
1854, and the methods and tools used in
making thcso watch cases are covered by
patents. This it the only vatch ease made
under this process. For many years the in
troduction of these goods was slow, owing
to popular prejudice against "plated" goods,
but gradually the public 'learned that tho
James Bosi Gold Watch Case was net a
cheap gold-icashcd or tkciro-platcd article,
but was made ot genuine gold plates of
standard quality and thichncss. Conscientious
adherence to tho determination to mako
the best watch case ever put on the market,
and tho adoption of every improvement
6Uggested, has made tho James Boss' Gold
Watch Case the ,sta2TDAKd. sjuaj
In this watch case the parts & &
most subject to wear the bow, croicn, hinges,
thumb-catchce, etc., arc made of solid gold.
Stsd t Mat U yW. Witek Cm rartorlM, rkB.
alpkk, Fa-, for huJo.niutnUl raapfcUtOawlacb
(2b be conliTiueL)
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
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CIIKISTIAN IIKI KIiKIt,
1IM No. 71 17, Tor themv qr ec tion , tii 3. north
It II w. He lining Ux folIo!ns witness to
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K. W. sWITZKlt. JtilstiT.
PHYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
rrofeional calls promptly attended.
Offick : At rasiiloncc Cowled. 8-51
Dealerin-Dry Goods, Notions
fimei'nw, Hoots, Shoes, &c.
COWLICS - - NKWtAPICA
Cach paid fcr Grain and Fr cdnco.
'J1 J. WAKD,
Notary hh Conveyascsp, Heal h and
COWLES - - NERRASKA.
Sells Eastern and Western Cual. Also
has R. tt M. Town Lola for Sale,
and Fanning Lands.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
ami Groceries, Dm?, Harilnaru nnd (iucens
COWLES - - NEBRASKA.
S0II3 a Low na tlio Lowest.
yf r. IIUKD,
tivery, Peed, & Sale Stable
COWLES - - TJEKKASKA.
Ilorso nml GarrlaRW, wltli or without Iirfvtrs,
J'nrnlsni'il on Miorl Notice.
QEOUGE W. IIAGEIl,
J'mniptly tlone, and All Wfrfc Warranted.
COWLICS - - NKHUAHKA.
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rnWLES - - NKHUASKA.
Siivial AKentlon Riven to "Work on llow?.
faction ('then or I'ay.
p W. FULLER,
Dealer in Lumber, Lath,
COWLES - - SEBEASKA.
Will sell as Clieap &8 the Cheapest
Dealer in Flour and Peed,
CCWLES - - NEBRASKA.
Tlic Finest Urands of Flour Sold jw
Clieap as Anywhere in the Cotiuty
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COAL. LUMBER ETC
Red Cloud, Nebraska
You Can Save Money !
We Offer Bargains that NO other
house does in Red Cloud.
Maryatt & Co.,
Silverware gJJL Platedware
Plain Rings, jSP FancyRings
Spectacles. J Castors, etc.
RFD CLOUD, NEBRASKA
We keep everything in the Jewelry
line. Repairing of every de
scription promptly done
J. L. MILLER.
AKXESS COLLARS, SADDLE3
wllfPS. COMB3. BRUSHES, J
And everything twoallj kapt in 1 7xm
Two doors north ot Itt 5at.2 BAk
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