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FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1886.
Mineral Springs House.
Having recently purchased Holt
County Mineral Springs nroperty we
Uike pleasure in announcing to the
public that we will be prepared about
May 15th, to both accommodate and
welcome health and nleasure seekers
to tbie most delightful, invigorating
and health giving resort, either by the
day or during the season. In connec
tion with and surrounding the spring?
are 15 acres of well shaded blue grass
lawn; also a spacious pavilion with
grooery attached; bath bouse, in which
both hot ami cold baths will be fur
nished. Good e tabling, croquet ground,
tennis court, swing?, trapeze rings,
quoit ground?, etc., ect.
Tbis pleasant tasted mineral water
is ncii in chemical properties and is
specially recommended by physicians
for the cure of rheumatism, kidney
and liver diseases, as also many other.,
and a help to all.
An analysis of these waters shows
chloride of sodium, sulphate of soda,
sulphate of potassa. sulphate of lime
carbonate ofmagncuia, carbonate of
protoxide iron, carbonate of protoxide
manganese, alumina, silicic acid and
other organic matter, which are mingl
ed in such proportions as to make the
water equal, if not superior, to almost
any in the laud.
We will be pleased to furnish first class
entertainment at reasonable rates, and
considering the beautiful grove, the
health giving waters, the delightful
ecenery, and the genial, excellent soci
ety here to be met with, persons and
families desirous of securing a healthy
summer home, cannot do belter than
to come to this delightful resort at
The springs are just two miles from
the beautifuj and thriving city of
Mound Oil' in Holt county.
Any one desirous of building a cot
tage for their families can procure
grounds and a reasonable discount in
board will be ma le those rooming
themselves. Those desiring rooms
should apply early. Bus runs to all
trains. For further particulars and
Ukaij 4fc Co., Mound City, Mo.
V. II. Hkowxiii.l, Manager.
References. Hundreds of living wit
nesses who will tell you that this water
has saved their lives. Also by permis
sion, Messers Montgomery fc Reckcr.
bankers, Corsaut .fc Meyer, Welti' it Co
.Smith it Andes V. M. Ilamsher, Aus
tin llros., J. (5. Elliott, II. C. Glenn, .1.
I. Denny. Groves it Ferguson, .1. P.
Denny, Groves & Ferguson, J. P. Pot
ter. C. G. .Jesse, T. W. Miller, Criswel!
it Andes, Dr. Tracy, Judge T. V. Mc
Coy, Capt. W- V. Frazier, J Foster
Marshall, all of Mound City, Mo. First
National Hunk, ISx-Gov. S. Gather, Red
Cloud Milling Co., Red Cloud, Neb.
Mrs. C.T. Gaugh, R. P. Vapston, fit.
.Joseph, Mo.; Mrs-Klniy Towusend,
Sayannah, Mo.; Miss Sarah E. Holmes,
Nemaha City, Neb., and many others.
Nobraaka Sunday School Associa
Dk.u: Fkllow-Wokkku: For the
past two years no pledges have been
taken at our conventions for our asso
ciation's expenses and work, and no
effort has been made to increase our
revenue. All the contributions to our
treasury have been voluntary. We
have only solicited gifts to pay our
The convention this year promises
to excel its immediate predecessors and
will involve a correspondingly increas
ed cost. May we not ask you to bring
its claims to the attention of the Sun
day School or schools within your
charge, and urge a thank-offer collec
tion for its use.
All offerings sent at once to Mauley
Rogers. FriMuont, Neb., will be ap
precitated and properly acknowledged
The committee trust that as they
have devised liberal things for our
annual feast, so theirxonstituency will
provide liberaly for meeting every obli
gation, remembering always him who
now ns of old, sits "over against the
Mani.kv KotiKics, Treasurer.
Fkkmoxt, Neil, May 1, issti.
The Vordlct Unanimous.
W. 1). Suit, Druggist, Riprms. Iml..
totifies: "1 can recommend Electric
Ri'ters as the very best remedy. Every
bottle sold has given relief i n every
case. Ore man took six bottles, and
was cured of rheumatism of 10 years
standing' Abraham Hare, druggist.
Bullville, Ohio, affirms; "The best
selling n-edicine 1 have ever handled
in my 20 years' experience, is Electr'c
Bitters.' Thousands of others have
added their testimony, so the verdict is
unanimous that Electric Bitters do
cure all diseases of the liver, kidneys
or blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at
Henry Cook's drug store.
"Did the maid of Orleans get her
bread and butter by the sword!'
"I don't know about that: but I am
shure she got her hot stake bv that
We commenced selling Athlophoros
about a year ago. We have had the
best success with it of any rheumatic
medicine we ever handled," writes
druggist 0. W. Halstead, of Mason,
Michigan, and his experience is a
. "I call my wife dear," said Bagley,
reflectively, "because she is."
WHE2C DOES OLD AQEIEOII1
Vhwi does old age Ifgin ? At forty-fir
it is s:tM, tin-amount of combustion which
keeps th fimiai-u of the human bodv is
LIxstfonniHinis to decrc-a. and diminish
until three w.jrc years and ten, more or
l1, when the fires arc drawn and th
flickering flame dies out. That is the
physiological way of looking at it. But
tome men arc old U-fore ther are out of
their teens, while others apparently never
grow old, though th.-y liTe to be centen
arians. The povt'.s waj of looking at it ij
"Call him no: old whose visionary braia
Holds oVr the .i-.t its undivided reign.
For him in vain the envious seasons 'roll
Who bears eternal summer ia his soul."
This at J-a.t seems to be the way in
-which David Littell, of Sumner, la., looks
at life, for tho.igh now in his eightieth
year he has taken a :-w lease on life
and is apparently ! tcrmineri to hold on
to it. Athlophor.s nd it for him and he
acknoivlcdgiii hi-, drill to it in teims of
enthusiam. Mr. J.ii'eM tellshis own story:
"I was nat evcn:y-,even and had been
afliicted with rheuii;a:im three years and
eight mouths. I had lot one-third of my
weight and eon hi not walk, but shuffled
along with crutches. .Sl-ej had deserted
me, my nerves were all shattered, ind there
was no strength in my handfa, wrists, knees
or feet. I could :rt sit down or get up out
of a chair without help, and oh ! such pain,
worse at night than in the day. There wu
neither sleep imr rest, and the outlook waa
painful in the extreme.
"liut thanks b to God and Brother
Jnskip for sending me a paper containing
a notice of the cures made by Athlophoros
and thanks he to you for sending me a
bottle. It appears to me the hand of God
is in it all the way, and if you did not hear
rue shout why then I did not shout loud
enough, that is all. The medicine arrived
one Saturday night after I had gone to bed.
In the morning my son prepared me a dose
of two teaspoon fu W in milk. 1 took it and
felt it at once all over. After that I took
but one teaspoon fill at a time until I had
finished the bottle. How did it act? Why,
like a charm. On .Monday morning I rose,
dressed, and walked out into the kitchen
without crutches or cane and wished them
all a happy New Year.
"My pain is all gone and I rest well.
My son, seeing swh a great change in me,
wrote for ten bottles in order, as he says,
to make a permanent cure of it. It is all
inoro like a dream than reality. I have
written to four of my friends who are
afliicted with rheumatism about the great
medicine and I shall write toothers, and in
this way try to pay the debt of gratitude.
"Some fourteen mouths ago," Fays A.
Hayward, of Burlington, la., " I was at
tacked with inllammatory rheumatism. I
tried a dozen ditlerent kinds of medicine
said to cure rheumatism, but to no pur
pose. Finally, I procured a bottle of
Athlophoros. After using the bottle it
did me so much good that I bought
another, but did not have to use more than
a third of the second bottle before I was
entirely cured. From that time up to the
present I have never had anything like
rheumatic paiae, and I thank Athlophoroa
for the cure."
Thomas McCue, Bush's block, Dulim-ue,
la., whose wife was cured by Athlophoros
of a terrible case of rheumatism, declares
it was "truly a miracle in my wife's case."
If you ennnot pet ATin.oriioito of your lniK.
fist, we will enl it express Uil. on" receipt of
regular price -one dollar per l.ttle. We prefer
that you litiy it from your Ini;;f;'st, hut if he
hfisn't it, do not l.o persuaded to try Mimc-thing
elsj, liut order at onco from s, ji. directed.
4Ti-oniouo3 Co., 112 Wall fctrect, New York.
Bucklon's Arnica Salvo.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, foyer
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
t'orus, and all skin eruptions, and
positivolv cures piles or no pay re
quire 1. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded,
''rice 2") cents er box. For sale by
"What kind of a dog is that, my
"He's part tanier"
'And what's the other part?"
"Oh, just dog!"
Watch for it! The first symptoms
of true croup is koaJseness, and it
Chamberlain's cough remedy is freely
tiiven at once and tbe doses frequently
given the dread disease may be entire
ly prevented and all dangor ond an.vi
Anxious Header. "No; you are
mistaken. Bums did not writo a poem
called t e 'boycotter' Saturday Xig'.t.
No liniment is equal to Chamber
lain's pain balm for the cure of burns,
scalds, or fresh cuts, it excludes the
air and heals without leaving a scar.
"Light gains make a heavy purse."
If you doubt this, ask the gas men.
The sales of St. Patrick's pills which
have been so extensively advertised
throughout the country, were said to
have been very light at first, but have
rapidly come into general use and are
having an immense sale. They are
said to be an excellent medicine for
constipation, etc. Such is the result
of judicious advertising and might be a
valuable index for our business men.
"We meet but to part,"as the bru-h
in thedtuL's hand said to the comb.
Tho Excitement Not over.
The rush at Ferguson Sc Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons alllicted with coughs, colds,
atthma. bronchitis, ami consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
Mttisfaction. It is a standard family
remedy. Trice 50c and ?1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of tne number
of deal lis .show that a large majority
die with consumption. This disease
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 relieve all cases. Trice 50
cents and $ I. IK) Trial size free. For
sale by Ferguson fc Co.
A Chicago man, on his return from
the Eternal City, said that Borne was
a fair-sized town, but it ban evidently
seen its best days
Excitement in Texas.
Great excitement has been caused
in the vicinity of liris, Tex., by ti e
remarkable recovery of Mr. J. PLCorley
wno was sci helpless he could not turn
in bed, or raise h s head; eve-ybody
said he was dying of Corsumption. A
trial bottle of Dr Kind's New Jisoyery
was sent him. Finding relief, he
bough a large bottle and a box of Dr.
King's Newiifc Tills; by the time he
had taken two boxes of Pill and two
bottles of the l)i covery. he was vrc-11
and had gainel in flesh thirty-six
Trial bottles of this great discovery
for consumption free at Heury Cook;.
Til E OSLY A UTLIOKIZKl)
LIVK STOCK 1XSUK-
IX TiiK STATE.
In-tire horse- at tl.e ao . f from 3
to 1 1 year-, mult- from 2 V) 17 c.irs,
Stallion- and Jacks from i tj year-,
and cattle from J to 1 1 against lo.--.
caused by I)inte. Injury Afi-l'iit, birt ,
IA'jhtniny or Thrfl, fur not less than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, wnich can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Kire
and Lightning Insurance, which i
good anywbeie in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning oi Fire Insurance
companies i- limited to tbe premi-e-of
the a-sured and perhaps a small
radius beyond.' The advantages and
benefits which thi company oiler- to
farmers and o.vners of -totk generally
are -o plain and apparent that it is
hardly neet-ary to call atUiition to
Seasons Why to Insure.
Uecause it is thoonby Live Stock In
sura.ice company authorized by the
laws of thi.i tate to do bii.-iness in this
Uecau.-e it id a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; the money
naid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out for .lo.-ses to the
citizens oi the state: it all remain.- in
Because it is a reliable institution,
wbo-e stockholder.-, directors ami offi
cers, are anions the wealthiest and
most oromineui business men in tbe
Ilecau.-o its manner of adju.-tinjj and
paying Io-se are always in harmony
with the principals of strict justice
I5ecau.-e you cannot afford to bo
without insurance on your live .-took
any more than on your house ami barn.
If you are well off you can loo.-e
nothing by insuring i! you are poor
and cannot afford to loo.-e any of your
stock, it would be crimjnal negligence
not to in-jtire.
Hecau.-e should you wi.-h to borrow
nionev and offer as security your stock
the security will be more ample, and
you can obtain money more readily,
and at a lower intere.-t, if that slock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
Uecau.-e we insure stock against w
hj ncciib nt, iliMiw or tlffl.
Heeam-e we insure stock against fat
by fin or Uyhlniivj.
recau-e no other insurance com
pany can give you the same kind of
llecau-e a paid up capital of $100000
and a constantly increasimr surplus
fund render- it safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Decause its popularity amonsr farm
ers and stock owners is attested by the
fact that there are now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Application trill br ri o in l by,
A. ).To.iLixsoNT, Agent.
Red Oloud. Neb.
Der.vor to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas City.
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Louis.
WEST TO EAST!
BACCACE CHECKED THROUCH.
Through tickets over tho Burling""
ton Routo aro for snlo by tho Union
Pacific, Denver & Rio Crando and
all other principal railways, and
by all agents of the "Burlington
For further information, apply tc
any agent, or to
P. S. EUSTiS.CealT VtA?t,
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Motion1. Wall Pa or. lie 3
Red Cloud - Nebraska
n m mm
Great Reduction in Prices
At Mrs. Newlicmse's
SELL CHEAPER STILL.
A. lot of white goods, hambnrgs. hosiery, etc.
sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a call before buying,
Geo. O. reiser & Co.,
E-W. 1H m y
Red Cloud - Nebraska.
30 GOO acres Land for Sale. Improved Farms, unimproved Lands.
usinoss Houses, Residences, and Town Lota
Jos. W. Warren, Prop.
I haw lvmitlv urclm.-'fl tin stock of jyoods owned bv C.
J). McMillan, and am pivpaivd lo m11 and buy
Clothing. FurniUuv, New and Second-hand S'wintf Machini'.
of all kinds, and in fart Farm Macliinerv, Kt
Will hold auction Every Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock.
CITY DRUG STORE
Ferguson & Co.
All tho old patrons ot tho City Drug Storo aro cordially invitod to
continuo their patronatro as horotoforo, wo shall ondoavor to
ploaso you. Our stock oF ovorythinir that portains to tho
drug trado will bo kept up to tho
HIGHEST STANDARD OF
Come and see
Hi Pint ii
In and around Red Cloud,
THE GATE CITY
Oftlie great Republican valley. Buy your
liomeslwliile property is cheap.
D. B. SPANOG-LE
Farm Loans Negotiated.
J laki i
II. I.Ol'.K. ii:i'F.M)ANT. HII.I
notice that on :lic lTtli l.iv of Air:l.
i """. .uinu.i A. I.ohU. planum lnTi-ni. nltl Ii. r
Ixtitton in tin ditru-t j'ourl nt WcOnUt t'ointv.
Xi'tjr.ika. aaiiiM -ail liffaMMlant, tin iIij J
ami imiu-r "of wlmli ar' lo bl.uii a ilnorn
Irnin sill defendant on tlie Kroumls of fxtrrnu
eniflly, failure l pro nle. ami li.iMtnal '.niiiJv
'imo. You an rpiiirel to atisucr -nl 'fi
Hon on or before the :t tlay ot Mnv. I ;.
Mt.MHA A I.oiui. I'lauttit:
lly Kalt'y l'.ros.. lier attonieV5. .i
l.N THi: DISTKHT i (HUT U- WKI'-VrHU
1 eountv, NVItr.iska, John 15. Pit-wit. i-lalntiir'
a-nilu-t MaryC. l'n-wit.ilefeitilaiit.
Ili"a1oe naiii-! iteleii'laut will tak notne
lli.it 'auI iilaintttl tiled hi-, lx-minn airaint h r
in ;ini comt. tin oojert .tml pnivir ( Hhleh are '
to jirwun a ileen of ilivonv" Irrtiu M t- j
feml.int on the nnuid of willful atwnr. from ,
I Liintitf for iKre than two years. Said de '
It !idanl is reiiired to iiuer Hti Htittou on
ir uetore Hie Jlt !av oi m;v, iii.
.lonV it. INtRWir. IlaintifT
Ity Kahj P.ni- . hi attonuja.
Old. .i lr. " s L- T . s',..'
lo :. i.
II . s i ji.i!.M c. -rv-l
ihtin Fn li i !..i 4ii, mwI ? alirK gel'r :i
a nj:atoc! N-iH4i v Door. !
TKUMS. To injure i: tmm?i lor twi i
man- xrt fctwn. to t In bml tarU- ;tt
rviurw HAr- rrmrn . ntarrr o-joe.i -f .
w HI be hrW SoWta tml. jn- U (- lak'-n t ;
prrei; atrtal. but I Oi a t-r r-4-iiik r t
Mail ! m nt 14. al tut Iwra u'
Drojjs Paints, Otis, Booki-, Glass,
I'reccri pious carefully compoanied
- HAND STORE !
Tea Estato and Insutauco Agont.
Olllco ovor First National Bank
603&G03VYA DOTlESr., KANSAS CITY, MO.
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AL'itKI rUl.M si a I. I'.trfriuHil.fi
RHEumATISm rheumatic cure.
a roMTivi n Fi:r ri'.nn'Mvnsn ssoor -trr
' . irri'n '! t t.tii" i rhep- ...l A . "'J
1N. . nf 17.-1 i- (Milit!:! .--t...f-ii.
.r fr.fi .lj. i ). t Uf rtwnfw" llw.rtlJJ.
rw i ii t .'r. ts l.'tf''r tirni f t ' r nL
Dr.Hendenon. 606V.'yndottc Si.. K an a City.Ma.
Tlt THE TItKATVKXT OK AI I,
CHRONIC AND SURGICAL DISEASES.
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EMCE3 ifO APPU JMCES FO DEFMU'rES.
TRUSSES. D EILCIRX BTWI'ES
VT hr us 'rt'Ul'. trt3-i tt,- ?-
th . ;-..f 3i trcAtsacnt tt riTi U rto :
zn -r iher tneHral or sril'i urxiiu- I -J
v ' a Vt nrsn tJ Inr ftlsTLte r L-""' "s
C mj-T -1 'jth n IjOB ei prD-w J3 trtie
ca"-. F ietlr tut c lo iml aar cM
f fivuit wii -at rivj tbrts
WKXTK TOK CIItrfUAIt on Sf"rat' 3
l5r- ftijj Kt. rjrTtir cf U .p" Il?-
CatarTj.Iirrrtjju.lhltiti.Klrtritr Pr ,
KA-Kr- i ffOMES, rur. Turn'-- .nr.
Kp.?r KWar.KTC. -" -. BI1
iiiTTrBiM. IVH.tLrt!. RRirr.i.
TrnHrs toi .t k.il cf Mrticil &J trci
The only reliable Medical InsiituJcmaki.-f
Privatt, Sptcial & Itnrtiis DisMSft
, . , rnvT . ,-?ot 's , mThu VIT.asc f -
JSVVr' oa pr5c4. corr3T fs
w r.i rryr 5jiiu-ic poSon rrwa us jiM3
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' tHE.'JrTHE offm-rRxvAKroKi;Ai.
or ral hftrT't your I "V a 'ea.
Prrftt " ut rtit b ir ! trrJLH el 3rtr
twcs Srr n -u'ntoailyw Iir:ks el Imir-ta-m
-ft !jt - - . y xtut ZCt KEt.rr'AOC-
J-Rtt t'S-CHTATl?f i bxatx PttSei
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Omaha Mt iical ft Surgical hwtttttt,
Car. 13th St.. ird Caaitsl Art., OsaJu. He.
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ISlTav. 13th SWEET ct Crf7QLJtri.
His stock is very large and prices
Also job lot of
Merchant - Tailor,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
ami tho Uncut lint o!
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTON. &C.
Custom work neatly done and after the meets
approved fashions cutting and fitting:
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old StriiKi Euat Sitlo Wotwior Siroot.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH TMt
SEE BY EXAMINING
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R. R. CAELE,
PrtiitBl ai Ctfi Wja-. 0tt
Western Cottage Organs!
Mason & Hamlin Pianos.
An- r-hntU-l frtlittr U-auiy jti fuilrl:. quk-k maftc
purity and voiumn of toui. aiHl umf'u f Ui- lit iBaKrit
and br the Ixt vrorkmi-n that ttn lt-uul. Every tiistrumeitt
it fully warranted in alt it iirL- for flv years tfea call'
and exaiiiine tlie&o instrument- buforo prchacinir.
One door uortlKrgiqmiO
Dr.. J'. S' lOMTGHi
Flue Oflirc H or: ft Specially.
CCOCRAPHY OF THIS GOUKTBV. WILL
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