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By the Sc.
I put by the e when the nun hone bright
And flomleri its depth with h iitai of UiflK,
And tho irolden r-hcen and cnifmld iprevn,
Llko in In the crown of r f:!r nn.
Flashed forth in pllttrrinjt Hplendor,
And tho soft winds Fished rn the shlniiiK' tide.
And tlte muui nlnjr wiivcn to tho breeze replied
In tones. that were low iitjd tender.
1 stfKHl bj- the when the moon was hljfh.
And the Btnrs hone out fnmi the midnight
And r wondrous blfcht Avns that fihlmmorlntf
liht , :
Thntlln-hed from the crestH of the Jurpes
Like t larp In trembling motion:
And the in (Kin's pofl rny on the waters lay.
And its rleaniinir tntek inndea bright biphway
Aencs the BlumbMinjr ocean.
J piooil by the pen when the Mtrhtnln? flashed,
And the wave ran hljrh and the thunder
And the blinding t-pnty that wa daj-hed away
lly tho hnwllnjr wind in Hie furimis fray,
Jlrouifhf draJli to the hardy toller.
When hN i-lilp. at hiM, by the otonny bUwt,
A dismantled wreck on the rock was Ct,
A prey to the ruthless spoiler.
The teautlful sea! the trcachenms sea!
A beautiful sijrht by day or by night,
A Joy and a terror it is to inc.
Is tho tranoull fca. by wIiich; innnrln brifBt
Tlie fl-henr.nn loves to wander.
A terrible thlmc when Its ntn doth brln
The anjrel if death with bis sable winjp
To darken the homesteads yonder.
Thomas Ilurke, in Detroit Free PreM.
paso ii:l nokte.
Sketch r tlin Qnftint Old Town Its
Comely I.HHHe The lten!dent
AinerlrMim. - i
JV jnaint old town is Pjlso del Norte,
in Chihuahua, and quite nn important
one. Tlie trees are planted thickly
:ih)ng the.side.s of the .streets and jrrape
vines arc seen at every step. In the
projer season there is no end to the
amount of grapes produced, and the
wine of this region is famous through
out the length and breadth of the land.
Silver-Skinned onions are raised here,
which are so pleasant anil mild that they
nr6 highly prized by travelers and fron
tiersmen. The' have the name of being
the best onions in tho world.
, .Along tlie bottoms bordering on the
Rio Grande an immense amount of land
'lias been placed under cultivation by
means of irrigating ditches, and almost
everything necessary for the human
family in the shape of fruit and vege
tables is raised without much difficulty.
Tlie Mexicans are masters of irrigation,
and well know how to uso the water in
the ditches. The adobe houses are hid
den among the fruit trees and grape
vines, and for twenty miles along tho
course of the river the settlements con
tinue almost like a continuous town. Tho
men are thrifty and respectable, and the
women comely and polite; some of tho
young ladies are very pretty and their
picturesque Mexican stylos look winning
enough. Then; is an air of thrift and
well-doing here which is satisfying in
tho highest degree ami merits admira
tion. The while houses are cool in summer
" and warm in winter, and look inviting
enough with their long halls and shady
sitting-rooms. ' In the evenings tho
moonlight rests on tho scene like a
dream of fairyland, and one ceases to
wonder at the passionate fondness tho
natives have for-their favored land. In
olden times :v few Americans drifted in
and never left it again, taking unto
themselves wives ami rearing 'ar'Tffirt''
t respectable families. A"Vow""ycarT a"-o
-lb wasanT journey to this place, and
5??i4Fii who hail been to Paso del Norte
:ur something to brag of. The settle-
' ments in New Mexico were much in ad
vance of those in Chihuahua, especially
those near the river, though Paso del
Norte can claim an ago which is most
-respectable, and carries us back to tho
time of the viceroys of Spain. Men who
have good farms" do not, as a general
thing, care much about politics, and for
this reason probably tho people hert
abouts never cut much of u ligurc in tho
history of the country. They were con
tout literally to live under the shade of
their own vines and lig trees, and let
vain glory and pomp pass quietly by.
.Still, when Maximilian was emperor of
Mexico, the good old President Juarez
fouud a homo and friends here, and
went forth from here to drive tho hated
scion of the house of Hapsburg off the
face of tho earth. How gratfvmg it
must bo to those who befriended him to
look back on those scenes, and think
how much they did toward keeping
alive the fires of republicanism, until
"the monarchists were driven out and
banished foreverniore! The house
where Juarez lived was pointed out, and
the owner seemed proud of tho fact that
he had given him shelter.
The old church in the plaza is quite
a curiosity in its way, and well worth a
visit. It was built many, many years
ago, and is in a fair state of preserva
tion, though some repairs would help
it very much. Tho beams which stretch
across the church and support the roof
nre elaborately carved, the designs be
ting beautiful." A great deal of labor
Was expended on these huge black-walnut
beams, but it was probably a labor
of love performed by pious hand and
'gave cmplovmcnt to nianv of the priests
and monks. Like many of tho old
churches small pieces of wood are laid
from lcam to beam on the roof, the
whole being covered with a thick coat
- ing of cement. There arc sonio passa
bly good pictures inside, but none
'which would create a profound impres
sion. The walls are ma.Nsive and strong,
and made of adobes which have been
hardened by tho sunshine of a ccnturv.
The church is situated on tho mam
plaza and the priests reside elosc by.
Many tablets tin the grouud in front of
the church show where the former in
habitants have found a final rcsting
placevt oce peaceful and consecrated.
Xhcrar&iitcus leading to tlie roof from
wfcerici ii-. beautiful view can be ob
tained of the winding course of tho river
undjhe various objects pf interest round
about The streets of tho town are in
full view and tortuous enough to war
rant the belief that tho town had taken
its own course about building up with
out the service of a iurveyor.
Back of tho church "is tho arena
where tlie bull-fights arc held, and at
the proper scafeon of the year curious
festivals take place for the'benefit of all
concerned. The matadors, or bull
fighters, have considerable local rcputa
tioiyjftot unlike that of certain base-ball
t playcnf k our land. They dress fmmtas
lticiub a4 are mule expert in avoiding
the kJanii of tho jbull. while teasing him
- to tho utSaoat ai exciting his ire in
every possible way. The Spaniards and
their acscendantsare passionately fond
of Ifchrsoealled aort, which aecms very
crtial t otfccr jiatioaa.
Xkoirfwii near the town are good,
- with" tlie exception of those near the ir
rigatiag7 Pitches; which are muddy and
rough. There is considerable trade with
theintcrior of the cotfntry, and the rail
road does'a fair business, which is on
Here may occasionally be seen a Mex--an
beau in all his finery, and really In
afctimrttcxijjusrt."' tt is monritctl
on a high-mettled horse, groomed to the
last degree of nicety, -and has a saddle
heavily ornament'd wih silver, a horse
hair bridle, withl,dd:catc reins, and
rosettes in the blow-laud. His hat is a
thing to be admired, i rimmed as it is
with silver. His jacket is of the finest
texture, and his .-Iiivt :i.- white as can be
made. Hi.- trouvrs are buuoned down
along the outer fcsiii, howing his
white drawer beneath, and he has a
iair of huge silver spurs on. How his
torse does curvet mid prance, c-ejiuvially
when near the h ...- his sweetheart
lives in. Ho is altogether a very hand
His sweetheart watches for him near
a heavily rated window, and when he
passes I .- him a look which shows
that all f . ght, and he is perfectly ha
py. He pa-uns ami repasses a dozen
times, thing up and i'wn the street as
if he hail been nhnl ouL of a gun while
cndeavor.ng to -nil eh the vorld with
noble horscmaiwiip." There is a crowd
of people to adiii r; h.m, and he enjoys
his exorci.-o as well as a man can.
The fronts of tin houses makes a con
tinuous wall along l he street, broken
only by doors, or windows having thick
and heavy shutter.-. These houses do
not have as much furniture as is com
mon in our country, ami what there is
of it is by no mean.-- ufa-good a quality,
the A'exieans having not yet learned to
cram their houses :u full of all kinds of
stuff as to make it almost inqiossiblc to
get about in them. (Jradually, however,
they will come to it when tho females
become liettcr acquainted with their
American sisters. So far as the writer
knows, tho Mexicans make the best
chocolate of any cople in the world,
the only drawback being that they do
not give you enough of it, and in some
of the houses here mentioned they have
the secret of making chocolate in per
fection. A little cinnamon adds to its
flavor, and they get the exact quantity
in so as to leave nothing to be desired.
Early in the morning is considered the
projier time to drink it. Cor. Chicago
Strange Funeral Rites.
When a Iiurmese priest of any note
dies, ho is embalmed and kept for a
year, and then burnt with much rejoic
ing and festivity. All the inhabitants
of the neighboring villages, and even
of those far distant, turn out Many
dummy coffins are made, beside the one
containing the defunct. Tho procession
starts from the place where the body
has been lying in state toward tho
place of cremation, which is always at a
place some distance off, accompanied by
a vast concourse of men. women and
children, all dressed in their Sunday
best, preceded by a noisy band of wind
instruments. On approaching the fun
eral pyre, which has already been pre
pared, the crowd forms into two par
ties, ropes arc attached to the bier a
wheeled vehicle containing tho coffin
front and rear, and a struggle takes
11 ace, which much resembles the game
mown as French and English. Some
times the coffin is upset, and its ghastly
burden thrown out. but generally the
struggle is a mere sham, the party be
hind give way, and the bier is run in
amid deafening yells. The coffin is
S laced over the pyre, which is a mass of
ry faggots, in the center of which is
concealed some gunpowder; to this
numerous ropes are attached and
stretched to a siiot beyond the roual
rtal'MflP KinirTiir?oi in iT-k "?lfTnf
cremation; to these ropes ngain are at
tached rockets, which are lighted ami
propelled toward tho pyre and ho or
she, who first succeeds in setting it
alight, is looked upon as one destined to
a happy life. These funeral pyres are
very tastefully built and erected; they
consist of inflammable materials, but
are as gorgeous as tinsel and bright
colors can make them. They are very
prettily groued. and often cost many
thousands of nqieas. Tho hubbub anil
noise are deafening and the dust fear
ful. Stalls are erected, ami a brisk trade
carried on. Everybody is happy and
merry, and decked out with all tho or
naments they possess, and in their finest
apparel. After some hours' jollification,
in which women and children freely
mix ami join, the whole of the struct
ures so carefully and ta&tcfully erected
are burned down, and the crowd goes
its way rejoicing. The fellow "phoon
gies1' of the defunct collect the ashes of
their dead brother, and dcosit them in
nn urn, which again, if the deceased
has been a high priest, is inclosed either
in a pagoda or in the bosom of one of
the immense images of (juadama,
which surround mvt sacred .shrines.
All the Year Hound.
The Iilvel j ltroncho.
This road, the Jefferson avenue
tho licnton-Hcllcfontainc. are now using
oroncno niuics irom JLcxas that
bought bv tho
lot at about $45 a team.
outlive, outwork, and outkick
anything that ever stood on hoofs. We
havo been using them now for more
than a year and tho horses are grad
ually giving way to them. They como
from the neighborhood of El Paso, Tex.,
and are the hardiest and meanest ani
mals that human nature has yet had to
tackle They are so absolutely mean
that they won't let you tire them out;
when they think vou "are working them
too much they play lazy and won't
move, but if anybody goes anj-whero
near them, even in their apparently ex
hausted state, they would kick a hole
through him that you could fit a stove
pipe into. Some of them are so very
small that they cannot be worked in the
cars, and I remember the first lot we got
there were six midgets that we had to
sell to the coal companies. I often
wondered if the miners didn't have a
terrible old time getting those six
broncho mules down a shaft After
thev become acclimated broncho mules
make excellent street-railway stock.
They can make three trips a day where
horses make two, and often if they are
intractable they are run out for twe
trips in succession. When they get
accustomed to the track nothing can
get them out of it; they go along with
their noses to the ground like pointer
dogs, and if it weren't for the stop
could trip it without a driver. If one of
them is crippled, or anything serious
happens, all that is necessary is to turn
the animal loose between 'the tracks,
and he goes right back to the stables.
There is no trouble taking care of them,
because they won't be taken care of.
They won't" allow anvbody to clean
them; all that can be done Is to rub off
their backs. If you try to touch their
legs they let fly and then look out for
tho pieces. They tried to shoe them at
the stables, but "couldn't manage mora
than one or two a day, and after on
then broke his fleck kicking and the
otner Droke a leg they were all turned
over to Ed. Butler, who throws them
down and hobbles them when shoeing.
After one is shod and allowed to get on
his feet the shop must be cleared to
make room for the lightning that em
anates frcni the inmVs heels. Union
J.ine Car-Orirer .. L Law's Qh-Democrat.
BEMinrrsctNcrvj op a bat-
Probably tin; scene of these event
(the battle of the Crater) is more visited
than any other spot among the battle
fields in the southeast of Virginia. The
man who owns the farm charges visitors
a quarter a head, and conducts them
about. Imllets and oth'-r relics are still
plentv. I picked up several bullets in
the pioi:rhc.l fields, and also a piece ci
shbll indf the Crater itself. There is a
building full of relics ricked up by Mr.
(Iriffin the owner of the place Three oJ
them are particularly int-re-ting. One
is made by two bu!i.'t meeting in the
air, striking joint tt jniint in exact
range 'J he r :tlt i-. a dl-c of lead a.1
large as a siher dollar, and about a.
Ihiek. whh the base of the Yankee bul
let showing in the center on one side
and theliebel li'ilkt on the other. Had
these bullets )':L--)cd each other the fat
of the men urging them would not Ik
hard to reckon.
Another queer rcRc i- a Confederate
musket, in the barrel of which two bul
lets met splitting the barrel ojm'ii like a
banana peel. There the two bullets can
Tho Rebel bullet had got about one
third of the way out when it met the
prying Yankee bullet on its way in
ami then there was trouble at once. O1
course the Yankee bullet had no business
in there, or at least it should have wait
ed until the other got out, but it un
doubtedly was better for the holder of
the gun that it went in the barrel than
in his eye.
Another relic which tells a ghastly
story is a Union cross belt plate. These
plates, as many will remember, were
circular, and worn on the cartridge box
strap, and so came about over the heart
while the belt plate was elliptical and
came about over the stomach. Both
bore the letters "U. S." Through the
plate picked up had passed a bullet,
making a huge hole, and of course the
ball must have passed into or through
tlie body of the wearer.
One musket shown has the marks of
eight bullets upon it. Two of them are
flattened into the iron of the barrel and
remain there. It was evidently pretty
lively times in the vicinity of the soldier
who carried that gun.
There arc thousands of other relies
cups, canteens, sabres, bayonets, pistols,
shells, shoes, pictures, letters, etc., mak
ing a most interesting collection. There
have been tons and toiii of lead and
iron carried away from the fields by
relic hunters and the supply seems in
exhaustible. Every fresh plowing and
rain discloses them, and you can hardly
dig in vain in tho leaves and dirt in any
direction. Indian arrow heads, axe
heads and other Indian relies arc found
also, and a little deeper any quantity ot
fossil remains of marine life. Sharks'
teeth, shells and huge hones of old
ocean monsters are plenty. It is a locali
ty with a history that did not begin
with the Crater tight.
One day while Mr. (Jrillin was show
ing a party of northern men around,
one of them said: "1 am reminded of an
incident that occurred here. 1 had
charge of a gun over there in the works
near Fort Morton. One 'bunday while
there was no firing going on, and we
were loafing about. 1 saw a man conic
over that hill by the cemetery and eoiiu
down across this sIojh; toward the rear
of the Confederate lines. His comlorta
ble and serene manner irritated me.
and 1 inadi: .ipniv' mind to see how
fcrosoTeould come to him. and we all
chuckled at the dea of scaring the life
out of him. 1 took good aim aiid landed
a shot six feet from him. You ought to
have seen him get up and git. lie wa
the scariest and most demoralized
Johnny Hob you ever saw. He went on
at a ra'to that" would run a dog to death,
and wo roared with cheers and laughter
to sec him dust."
"So you are the man thai fired that
shot, are you?" asl.cd (jrifi'n.
"Yes; do vou know auwhing about
"Well, I think I do." was the reply.
"I was the fellow you shot at. 1 was a
lad coming with somctuing for my
father, who was m the works. 1 did
not suppose that there was a Yankee
fool enough or mean enough to shoot a
cannon at one little boy carrying grub
to his father. But you don't exaggerate
the scare I didn't grow another inch
in a year." Cincinnati Commcrcial-GazcUc
CITY DRUG STORE.
Ferguosn & Co.
Successors to R. R. Slierer
Alltho old patrons or tho City Drug Storo aro cordially invited t
continue their patronage as heretofore wo shall endoavor to
pleaso you. Our stock of everything- that pertains to tho
drug trade will be kept up to tho
IIIGHKST STANDARD OF X El liNC
Weshaii have new announcements to makes3a n
andnew stock to exhibit
il&itif atL ill
AG J N TS
Red Cloud ? Nebraska
30 GOO acres Lund for Snlo. Improved Farms, nntmpOVd IDdp.
n nimnt!j Kouaoa, Residence, md Town Loti
New Jswelry E
Everything new and fresh.
No old shelt worn
Sings in oudloss variety. "Watches and Clocks. An elogant lino of sil
ver and plated ware, Gold Chains, Charms, Brooches of uniquo
patterns and Elep&nt Finish. Musical Ins.rurnonts of all
kinds. Repairing a Specialty.
NEW DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS
ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
F P REED
County Surveyor Webster County
iT9 will tvrplvmy cfiiM attention. City ciijciiuvrlni; a.STlnlty
Fun antd Physic.
Stop that Coughing,
I?y iseing Dr Kra.ier's throat and
lung halsan the only sine cure for
colds, couc.li hoarseness and sour
throat and all disease of the throat
and lungs. l)o not neglect a Cough.
It may lie fatal. Scores and hundred
ofgratcfull people owe their lives to
Dr Frazier'sTnroat and Lun Balsam
and no family will cvor he without it
after useing it, and discovering it.-niarvelou.-
power. It is put up in
large family bottles, and sold at the
yniall price of f0 cts.
Fkihutson t Co.
In introducing a lady to a gentle
man, always mention the ludys name
lir.-t. whether she be young or olt
Mngle or married.
The Impending Danger.
The rc-cunt statistics of the number
of deaths sljom that a lane npnontv
I P. I .. I ri.t 1' I
die wiiu consumption. mis urease
may commence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cured
instantly By Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relievo all cases. Trice .10
cents and $1 .00 Trial .
sale bv Ferguson fc Co.
i.e free. For
3Irs. Inaac HcII'm Rny Window.
If Oudinot's bay window, which has
been executed for Mrs. Isaac Bell, of
New York, is exhibited in Loudon on
its way to America, o to see it.
The subject is a festa of the Italian
renaissance in the open air, and the
spirit lightly hilarious. A dance of a
graceful Kind is being gone through.
Everyone is joyous, hut not to the point
of lamrlitcr, because M. Oudinot opines
that in a painted window no feeling
should be strongly expressed. The
colors are tender as in a Gobelins tapes
try, and while they would .-hut out the
view of an unsightly block of hoii.-es, or
any other of tho-e ugly things .-o com
mon in modern citic.-, they do not ex
clude the light. Baudry went twice to
see this work of art, and said that he
would have lecn proud to sign it Mrs.
Bell, of course, lives in Fifth avenue.
She is mother of the United States
minister to Tlie Hapie. Americans so
run upon Oudinot that he has no time
to execute European orders. He was
charged two years ago to do the meet
ing at the Field of the Cloth of Gold for
a banqueting room of William K. Van
dcrbilt, and rcccntlv, for a church
window near Vassar college, the repast
at tlie village of Emniaus. London
Possibilities of Photography.
With a lens made of rock-salt, it
might be possible to photograph in the
dark! Abney has .succeeded in pre
paring plates which are sensitive to the
rays Tying beyond the red end of the
spectrum the dark heat rays and with
such plates used with rock-ilt lens
there should be a possibility of photo
graphing bodies which iiosscss a high
temperature, although that temperature
may Ihj far below that needed to rentier
them self-luminous. It is even possible
that iucb. a plan may some day be so
perfected as to give us information about
the dark suns" that arc believed to
crowd the firmament or rather heaven
ly bodies which onco were seen, but
Lave now cooled down so as to be in
fisible. Photographic Xcws.
Among the wonders of the archaeo
logical discovery in homes of old
Greece are tluj separate apartments of
the men and the women, each with its
own ojien court and common hall and
its own corridors; the bath-room, paved
witlwMj immense single slab, the water
conrfulftand cisterns, the royal bed-chambgrj-the
offices and guanl-rooms.
and tte .wWe interior of the palace of
agreatchiet as it was in pre-llomerio
It is a good rule to try and please
every one as far as is possible to do
without too great a breach of sincerity.
Sure cure toi blind, bleeding and
itching piles. One box has cured the
worst case of I'O years standing. .No
one need stiller live minutes alter usu
ingn'iiliam's Indian File Ointment It
absorbs tumors, allays itching , iets as
poultice, gives iiiMnnt iclief. l'separcd
only for piles, itching of the private
parts , nothing else. Sold by druggists
and mailed on recient of price, $1.
Williams Mf'o Co. Props.
Gratitude for services rendered
should on all occassions be expressed
in a few well chosen words.
To Young Ladles,
If your life is made a burden owing
to blackhcds. pimples; and other erup
tions marring your beauty mid causing
so much chagiiu, it is no longer ncces
ary to end'ire it. Dr Flagg's Family
ointment will certainly remove all iiicli
blemishes and leave your skin soft
smooth and beautiful." Sold by all
druggists and mailed upon receipt ol
price 25c. rLi:otGN k o-
Never find fault ai the table or in
troduce disagreeable subjects into
wo would caution the public t be
ware dealers ollering Kemp's Balsam
at the regular price 5lc and , as ot
times imitations or interior articles are
sold as the genuine in order to enable
them to sell cheaply. Ferguson it Co.
are our agent in lied Cloud. Sample
bottle given to ou free
The Excitement Not over.
The rush at Ferguson fc Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons alllicted with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a standard fanulv
remedy. Price 50c and . Trial
A young ladj- traveling alone should
never enter iu conversation with a
Backltas Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruise sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price 25cta per box. For sale by
Dr. Frazior's Root B ttors.
Fra.ier's toot bitters are not adram
?hop beverage, but are .-trictlv modicul
incveiy .-en-c. They act -tnuigly up
on the liver and kidneys, keep the
open and regular, cleanse the blooy
snd sy.-tem of every impurity. Sold bd
Tho chief art of plca-inp is to make
every one feel at home or at ease.
Some one has figured out ihnt life is
like harness because it contaiin tracce
of care" "lines" of trouble; "bits of
good fortune. ,,brecches"of good man
ners ami "bridled" tongues, and every
one has a tug to null through a revet
cold unless they take Chamberlin'
Cough Remedy. Beat buy a bottle be
ore you get .-trapped.
Win. A Morii.-nn, Druggift and Kx
Mayor of Iowa City says: 'The large-s
sale on Chamberlains Cough Hemcyd
is to person.- . ho have u-ed it hefor
and know its curative powers.
If a friend ask.-Tor n"Tefiunc fcf intro
duction always give it unsealcir "i
Mr. X. G. Moulder, Sup crintendeu
for the Bradsiieet .Vcrcaiilllu Agency
DesMoines, Iowa, says ho is highly
plea.-ed with the etlect of Chamberlin's
Cough Itemedy, that his family have
used it with marked benefit. Simila
expressions are heard in every com
munity where it is bold. Any one nsi?
ing will not long suffer with cold. It i
pleasant to take and harmless to give
children of any age.
"Ilackmetack," a hutting and m
grant perfume. Price J5 and 50 uf f
Sold by Henry Cook. fa f
Behavior at home u one of tlipffct
touchstones of good manner. L
I have found Athloplmro- to 1MB r.
sovereign remedy nothing like itSif.f
relieving neuralgia or pain ot 111
Kiiiu. i nave recominenuvu it a a
to strangers who i knew sutlcrcd
neuralgic piuns B. M. Frere, t.
For dyspepsia and liver comp
vou nave a printed guarantee on efft 1
Dome oi Minos Vitali. er It iMe
nuis to cure. sold hv llonry IV
Do not reach across a neighbo
the table for a dish or condiment
Why will you cough ihon Shi
cure will give immediate- relief. I'
Oc. 50c and 11. Sold by Henrv C
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a po
cure for catarrh, diphtheria.
canker mouth. :ioId by Cook.
When two gentlemen are iutroilt.
they usually shake hands.
The Rev, Geo. Thavr, of Hour
ind., says. "Both my.-elf and wife
our live- to Shiloh's Coiirumpuoi
For said by Henry Cook.
Are yon made miserable by ind
tion, constipation, diuuifo-, hJ
appetite, vellow skin ? Shiloh'3 V
alizer is a positive cure. fror a
Do not take lump of sugar fron
bowl with the fingers.
Catarrh cured, health and s
breath secured by Shilr.h- at
Remedy. Price oO cts. Xaz.il injc
Shiloh's Cure will iuimcdm'elv
lieve croup, whooping cough,
bronchiti-. Sold by Henry Cook
Merchant - Tailor.
RED CLOUD. j- STEBRASKA.
nt u Gnu Uno of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERiS. MELTO N &C.
Custom work neatly doae and after the most
approved fashions cutting and fitting
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old Stand EiiatSUlo WebnterStiot.
. V, 1LHB3LOW
Where u ill be found rortip,i ' e grocery line. Kind a
Sttyar. Tvas. 4'offvvs. Srnjts.
J'ruit. Itavm. Ham, iPritii ileef
Pur, Feed, Clu and Queenswart
rof ti puhht patronage.
IN FEATHEBLETS BUILDINQ.
Cheese and Crackei-, Tub .- CiM r
Ilnui4 kv 1 iir i" i i i - : . it i i i r)f ih
Opp.rtithc Chirapi l.umber Yard.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CIOtAPHY Of THIS COUNTS
SEC BY EXAMINING THIHAP. THAT THE
wl jr rs
r. .. s
r .rr m r t. .
IHICACO, ROCK ISLAI
By reason or ita co'itml position nna 1 4
m PACIFIC RA1L1
rWwtlon to ail otiwrtkl 1
liUNf tli most impomKti
VJunt. lit Initial find tnnlnnl oohitn. itrn
nontxil link In ttint nvnUtin or'tltroturl t4tnMdrUUlOn which tnvi
tntAA travel mid trnttlc txjfx??n dt tk thw Atlantic (uid PaclSe i
1m aUo tho fiivorl U3 Hnd tK3t rOUZftn tad fKn Dotnts )u. Kofti
Southeast, nnd corrosnondln? notn'J WL Nortliwt nd Hmithwort.
The Hock Island (ivatera lnclite In ,sv omM Mn-.cl bron!, t
Jollot. OtPiWR. LaSiltv, PoorUu CfivH&o, Vonn nnd JVC3c iftnd. In
Davonpori, Mucatlue, wnflmffi. rmrwmin. tuuimtvft. ccK
i.ihrti Iowa cntv Dtwi Moin' IndlnnolH. WlntrriNrt- Atlntle.
Audubon. UarLan. Outhriu Oro nnd Council OiUlSML in IOWA!
Tronton. Cameron nnd Kitnww Jty In MlmovrM Lmvmwr w)4 Al
In Knnsas: Albert Ixk, Wlmvwrw ."& rul, in Mmnmut ; W
Daltotit. and hnndrtHlaor mtr;JKuaw auw. lovrnm. vniMf wa i
THE CrTEATrtOCK ISLAND ROUTB
Gnarantefe it pnlrono thtt bo of pernonfti noirlty nft"orJI
Htnntlallr btillt rilvort utiJ brjdffai: rolUus nustU A4 mr 1
human nielli na matco it. li fcAKt? kpprbURtMi of twtwt Dunwu.
lit aifcjpnno -wrnjcu j
nnd nlr-braTcGsr and that fttcllna dlicinMno wriJct: itoVmi tl
-""-; ; - 'jctt""-" . r.v" .; vr." -.
operation or nil iw inunn. uwigr ttpeciaiuos oi vam iwiw w
The Past ExprpJW Tmlr.f Fjotween Chtcno and th IClntCfun 5yr
-r - .' . . .i-
nil connociin pot iu in uwn
luxuries of lt PuBMmtnr U
EOAttd or f.t,l vnuiAied, zmv pooxtki imy -omcn", jmwnmj-mwi
Pateoe Sloopeni of the r6 decn. l upwou pfejtMf c. i
elsborstcly cooked wr r lmirmir t, oo4 Dtnmttfm n
Appetitu. nnd Henltti o wvn." Detwara. t-KK wi Mnwt
Atchison, are also nu iBm cwieorstea wecanioy UMtf uurm.
THE PAROUS ALBBIIT LEA ROUTS
Is tho direct and favor;- Itne tetwwm CMeaco rA DTpo)M i wtdj
where concsctlon ar naade In Union Deoota for al) pojnta m tAe Tij
and British Provinces urer tai route, raec kxptw inun rw rm
scaterinjr place?!, mnrr reeorta. pietureeque kcaatie, and DuittliNf J
losr trround of Io-ara aa Minnesota, ituiaico ue mom. omrmtm
rich wheat field arApaetoml lantii or tntervr iMXOta.
SUU another JMBICT I,tffB. 7lSf?e and gar.ax.ae, lae
hAtvMa Nanmort Hem. Richmond, cmdaaax). wlknawoliw. arvf I
Council Bluff. Kmtvs City. Uinneapotta and St. Paul al latiwOs
For detailed irJTrcamtkfQ see Mape sid rojdera. ebtamabM
TUricMA. at nil principal Ticket Office la Um UaiVed VM c4
R. R. CARLE. B. T. JOHR,
PxtiUttil lr.i CsiHfil Ksfr. CMch.
Ctl Tkktt i nlt J
Nebraska Lumber wo
DrFrarier's ICasic Ointment.
A sure rurs for boihi, burn sore
cut, deu wounds, sore nipples, hard
and soft corns, chapped lip and bands
Fricc 50c. Sold by Druggist.
villiamsMf'c. Jo., Tron.
iioRTi i iriRii
a I hvri l!l uvrv Ttrl?nf la tiw
Bttoincsi I thinlc I cn InnW w icl. U
oar cnnwie iruia
Home Grown Xiw.scr
-de tzens w-
LUMWEK, LATH,5!lIXGL9 SASH, DOOPA BL(XI.
DBV LUmBEB K SPKCIALTV,HrifBrt !XT1IEmAKJ
OliU AT TIIJB fiOWWTF jPBICJ
. P WMEBP3B
MOSHERS MEAT MUKI
T. J- If O iHBB, Prop.
When & young lady is introduced to
a gentleman she bows but does not
shake hands. t
Live Stock and gen-
1 . vjrovoe,
tJJTcU aucuuiicci- :
Slue HiU, - Neb.
USD CLOUD, r
?-L jr r
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r, c-i-i3s ;afeter
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