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FBIDAY. AUGUSl 13, 1886
My Haaband' Shirt.
rm ntnl'l you may think him n dandy.
An mention it. to hi disgrace
Whi4i 1 tell you the front was embroidered
And the neck and sleeves trimmed with soft
But I ironed it, with such h reeling.
An never poMcmed mo before
Though I launlrl-d bin shirts, a full hundred,
And made them for him by the fecore.
But, tenderly bending o'er this one.
1 mid blr bin heart," and "sweet boy,"
And smoothing the lace on the neck-band,
I linger?! a minute to toy
With the frill n ir l.tv on mv finirer.
And, (though you miy tliiiik I was "sort,"
1 pressed two quick lclws upon it,
And laughingly livid it aloft.
I know wire don't usually do ho.
When ironing tdilrtH for their lords;
They're more pt to iudutge in a tautrura
Or tirade, o'er their ironing boards.
But list, and I'll tell you the hccrct.
And you'll sympathize with me I know.
As one woman will, with another.
If she the "white feather" will show.
My little girl up to her (Jnitnmy's,
Was staying, the morning liuforc.
And while she wns nimmnging, child-like,
'Midst some dudx in an old bureau drawer.
She captured a shirt, which her pupa.
When ho wns a Imby. had worn.
And begged it to rig up her dolly;
And as it was wrinkled and torn.
Returned home. he raid. "Mamma wash It,1
And so, as I did her behest.
And thought how my terrible giant
Within its wee sir.e hsd lieen pressed.
Do you wonder I said "blots his heart," as
My fancy presented to view,
A miniature phrase of the monster
Who measure Just six feet two?
Virginia C. Hollis. in Good Housekeeping.
Boston i.a full of clubs for women,
ays the Philadelphia Times. Still Bos
ton bustles are made and worn, and
Boston brown bread is made by the
latest breath of science, with a touch of
poor molasses. There is the Women's
club, all for women's suffrage, irre
spective of bustle and bread. And
there used to be the Radical club, all
for intellect, regardless of husbands or
homes. And now there is the Metaphy
sical club, all for culture of the spirit,
with a tendency to thcosophy and ethi
cal moonshine, regardless of bustle or
brown bread, and the Boston women
are noted for the number of marriages
and divorces they can pile up in a year
and still keep their heads on the top of
the pile. Still men say that women's
clubs are no good.
Of course, some women are ambitious.
nice some men, atui want tosiune in
clubs, and elsewhere. And uo broad
minded or liberal man will stand iaan
ambitious woman's way. Butjfc may
be worth recalling tli;t few clitD women
have ever amounted to, much in tht
higher walks of Jiterxinre and ark
George Eliot, Mrs. Btowning, and Char
lotte Bronte woukf have been as ill at
case in most Boston clubs as they would
have been in tfghts on the stage. Mrs.
Harriet BMchcr Stowe, Mrs. Frances
HodgaM 'Burnett, and Miss Murfec will
harafj admit that they drew their splen-
oH inspirations from women's club life.
,.d In truth, it is generally true of women
..i' that when thev have minds of their
own, ideas of their own, and a purpose
to use them above all, if at the same
time they have homes to care for and
domestic duties to iHirform they find
life each as men And it, a busy, practi
cal affair, and arc little inclined to trifle
with the ordinary trivialities that make
p the bustle and spirit of the average
woman s club. Hut women v- r
to chatter and flirt &.;.' nnT.Unmm
-. TV IIS V C7W U l aVa
The Karl, the lawyer, and the Can
A noble earl, known to have a touch
of raad"eas in his brain, had a tenant
who had fa)cn into difficulties. These
had brought him under the power of a
certain lawver whom we shall call Mr.
Bardie. Mr. Hardie used his power
over Sandy in a remorseless way, and
presented 'him with a bill which was
most unreasonable and which the poor
man was unable to pay. Sandy went
to the earl and told him all. ''Leavo
him to me,1' said the earl, "and I will
settle with him.' He sent for Mr. Har
,die, and bade him bring a full stajy
meat of all that was due to hiniov
.appointed da v
the lawver aiicarwAd presented the
bill, lakiti" hitniaua-privatc room,
ho asked, "ISow are you sure that you
have put down everything which ho
owes you?" "Quite sure, my lord."
The carl then locked the door, placed
on the tabic a brace of loaded pistols,
opened a drawer, and handed to the
lawyer the full tale of guineas. "Now,
Mr. Hardie," he added, "you'd better
have a little refreshment" "Thank
you, my lord, you are very kind, and I
do feel rather "thirst v." "It's not drink
I have for you," said his lordship; "but
you see these two tallow candles; you
shall cat everv morsel of them before
vou stir from tfiis room." The lawyer
looked aghast, but smiled as if it were
a joke. "You hear me," said the carl,
in tremendous emphasis: "cat these
candles!" It was a serious situation, in
a locked room before an enraged carl,
know to be half mad, and who was now
beginning to handle the pistols. There
was nothing for Hardie but to suc
cumb; the only relaxation he could get
was liberty to use his pen-knife to cut
out the wicks. The task was at last
coinpi? ted: the carl grimly bowed him
out, and told him to remember his re
past the next time ho made out his ac
count against a poor dog like Sandy.
An Innocent Man.
e. osHHi v as. Raaa
a The trial of a man for murder had
jnst commenced in a Dakota court when
the attorney for the defense arose and
"If the court please, trc have no fear
. as to the outcome of this trial. In the
testimony we shall prove that the mur
der was committed four miles from
town at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon. We
Aall also establish the fact that there
was a circus ia town that dav."
'HoW on," said the judgu excitedly,
vou say there was a circus in town?'
Yea, ir the Anti-European Conlom
eratioa showad there that day." "
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Active Pushing: and Reliable.
Henry Cook can always be relied up
on to carry in stock the purest and
best goods," and sustain the reputation
ol beinpjictive. pushing and reliable,
b.C having recommending articles with
well established merit, and such as are
popular. Aaving the aeoncv for the
celebrated Dr. King's 'New Discovery
-for consumption, colds and coughs, will
sell it on posiirc guarantee. It will
surely cure any and every allecion of
throat, luns. or chestj and in order to
prove our claim, wo ask you to call
and get a trial bottle free.
V. 1). Hoyt fc Co , wholesale and
retail druggists of Koine, Ga., say: We
have been selling Dr. King's New dis
covery. Eledric B'ttors Bueglin's Arni
ca Salve for two yeari?. liava never
handled rernidies that sell as well, or
give such universal satilucUnn. mere
have been some wonderful cures elleet
ed by these medicines m this city.
Several cases of prnnoncd consump
tion have been entirely cured by use
of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, taken in connection with Eleca
trio Bitters. We guarantee them vl
ways. Sold by Henry Cook.
Use Dr. Ounns Inrproved Liver Pills
for sallow complexion, pimples on the
face and biliiousness. Never sicken,
or gripes "Only one for a dose. Sam
ples free at Hen jy Cook's and J. H
Curo For Sick Headache.
For proof that Dr. Dunn's Improved
Liver Tills Qurcs sick- headache, ak
your druggist for a free trial packace.
Only one for a dose, llegular size
boxes 25 chts. Sold by Henry Cook
and J. H' KeIloe & Co'
Cure For Piles.
Piles are freqently pi eceeded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lnv.r rrf nf tlm nlwlnninn rvummor tlio
patient to suppose he has affection jjffthem.
tne Kidneys or neiRiiuoringorgansai
times, symptoms of indigesrhjft are
present, llatulency, uneasineTpf the
stunnclie, cis. A nioiytuff'ltkepresp
iration, producing a vwjp disagreeable
itchinu, after ucttingjnirhi, is a com
mon attendant. Jtpnd, bleeding and
itching piles y.eft'at once to the im
plication of DfBosanko's Pile Remedy,
which actaHfectly upon the parts af
fectcd,'al6rbinb the termors, allying
Uie;intcnse itching and efl'ecting a per
rain en t curo. Price 5") cents. Address
the !Dr. B snnko Medicine Co., Piqua O
Sold by Henry Cook andj. ii. Kellogg
Take No Chances,
when you buy ChamberlainVtholic,
Choera and Dsarrhoea BemcJv. It is
positively guaranteed to do all that is
claimed for it An attack 02 bowel
complaint and griying pains are so
often sudden and danerous that no
one can afford to be without a prompt
and certain remedy. Ask your drug
gist for Chmbnrlian' Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Manufactured
at Des Moines, Iowa, and be sure you
cet it. Three sizes. 25 cts., 50cta. and
I $1.00 bottles, sold by drugc'istT v
And take Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Bemedy. It cures,
paih in the stomach almost instar
get a 25 cent bottle, feaing else.
You will s H&pjng eiaB to cure the
Vftrst case of diarhoea, choera mor
bus or bowel domplaint. This medi
cine is made for bowel complaint only,
and has been in constant ue in the
west foMiearly fifteen years. Its buc-v
cess has been unbounded and its
become a housenold word in thoi
of homes. Try it. Sold by dr
The best salve in thto1
bruises, sores, ulcerasnlt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, cbapffed hands, chilblains
corug, and alt skin eruptions, and
positively QJrfts piles or no pay rc
quirei.xis guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
?rrfe 25 cents ;er box. For sale by
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 botlo of Kemp's Balsam
or the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a s'andard family
remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of tne number
of deaths show that a la.-ge 'niajoi-ty
die with consumption. This disease
may commence irtth an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cuied
instantly By Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all cases. Price 50
ccntsland $1.00 Trial size free. For
sale bv Ferguson fc Co.
Itaj" Frank is a dsirk lay, coding debt years
old. aiitl wolphs whenvlu show condition 1.VI0
His sire wa a thorough-bretl Imported Clrde.
dam Freuch CauaiUan, alid as a stock setter has
a reputation sccoad R nrw.
TERMS. To kistine S; aaonoy dne wtii
mares are kcowa to be In foal. Parties must
return mares regalariy. Any mares disposed ot
will be held to be in foal. Cart: will lie taken to
prevent accidents, but I will not be responsible
should any occur.
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INSURANCE CO. j
THE ONLY AUTHORIZED'
LIVE STOCK INSUR
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses at the age of from 3
to 11 years; mules from 3 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 lo S years;
and cattle from 2 to 1 1 against loss
caused by DLtaase. Tttiury Accident, Fire,
Lightning or Theft, for not less than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, which can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywheic in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of- loss by
Fire and Lightning oi Jure Insurance
companies is limited-to the. premises
of the assured-and perhaps a small
radius beyolftThe advantages and
benefits whi'njiconTpany oilers to
farmeiaiMifrffi'ieteof stock generally
arfetfd MfflKcnd alaNrenL thai it is
Jwrdiy necessary to.eVlvat'cntion
Reasons 1;. to km.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
surance company authorized hi' the
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; tiie money
rmid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out for losses to the
citizens ot the state; it all remains in
Because it is a reliable instituli
whose stockholders, irectovsfcftuofn
cers, are among thej-ftHilthiest tShd
moBt Dromiuenttf3,neS3 mcu uf tno
Because, its manner of adjusting and
P$yiTg losses are alwaysm harmony
with the principaUof' strict justice
and liberality. $?
Because j-oucannot afford to bo
without insurance on your live stock
any raore,Uran on your house and barn.
If youJ?afe well of you can loc-e
nothing by insuring it you are poor
und" cannot afford to loose anv of vour
Lfjiock, it would be criminal negligence
not to insure.
Because should you wish to borrow
money and offer as security your stock
the security will be more ample, and
you can obtain money more readily,
and at a lower interest, if that stock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
Because we insure slock against rc'A
by accident, dimi-ic or theft.
Because we insure stock against o.
by fire or lightning.
Because no other insurance com
pany can give you the same kind of
Because a paid up capital ol $100000
and a constantly increasing surplus
fund renders It safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Because its popularity a mom: farm
es and stock owners is attested by the
fact that there arc now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Application will ' received by,
A. J.Tomlinson, Agentv
Red dloud. Neb.
811 tTar CAPITOL AVE.
FOR THB TRBATtKNT OK AM.
CIRORIC AHD SURfiiGIL DISUSES.
ASD X XTFACTOnr OF
MACES AMD APPUAhCES FOR DEFORMITIES,
TRUSSES. AND ELECTRIC BATTERIES.
W bare tbe f adlltlo. apparatus and remcdlo for
Uta nucceasfnl treatiarnt of crcry form of iUcia
reqalrins either nicdlcsl orsunrtcal treatment, and
tnrite all to coroe and InTestUnte for themwlrc or
correspOBd wlUi u.. Ins experience In treating
cases br letter enables us to treat many caaaa
Jdentlfleally without reeltw them.
WRITK FOR CIRCULAR on deformltiea a4
Braces. Crab Feet. Canratiire of the Spine, UI9
XA3KS OK WOMEN. Piles. Tnmor. Cancers.
Catarrh.BroncbiUs.1 nha I a Uon.E!ectrtcJ tr.Paralrsi ,
Epilepar. Kidney. Kye, ar. Sain. Blood and all
BATTBIES, nTHAI.EBa. BKJ&CCS.
Ti aa. and all kinds of Medical aad Surgical
Apaiiaacea, aaaaafactared and for tale. .
TlMMly rtliaM Medical lastifarteMakiitf
Pi liaia. S i ail & Itraiat RisaVtM
ALL CO!TTAGIOUS AND BLOOD DWKASES. fraaa
waaterer casae vrodaeed. sacceMfaUy treated.
W caa remove Syphilitic poisoa froa the ayatca
wKaoat aMrcary. .
Xew restorative treatment for Iom of vital power.
adcoasaltaaoraead saateand post-oOce addreae
pJalalywrKtea-enclose strap, aad we will aeai
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PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEM
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At Mrs. Newhonse's
WE SELL CHEiPEil STILL,
A. lot of white goods, hamburgs, liosiery, etc.
sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a call before buying.
Geo, O. Reiser & Co.,
Red Cloud - "Nebraska
30 000 acres Land for Sale. Improved Farms, unimproved Lands.
Business Housos, Residences, and Town Lota
The Fourth Avenue Hotel !
Cor. Cedar St. anil Fourth Avenue,
11HD CLOV1), - - NEBRASKA,
One block west of the liberty pole. New house, new funii
tare. The most convenient location in the city.
Board by the
I'lcasant rooms with swl
In and around Red Cloud,
Of thereat Republican valley. Buy your
nomes wniie property is cneap.
ity bakery andRestaurant
A. LAITTERBACH. PROP.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Keee3 constantly-on hand frosh broad, cakos, cifirars, tobaccos, cannod
fruits, confectionery, otc. Broad deli"orod to any part of tho city.
Warm and cold meals served at a hours. Ico croam and
ystors ii soason.
ar &9mr Vl JX i i BL I -m j 'jftJn tl (X I
1h nrn vsho did not buy a KockfonI watca,
(Uo cot lcXt)
O, H. Maryatt agent for Rockford watch.
New goods ai riving daily. Most complete line of jewelry in
J. L. MILLER,
hoiis fi-u l ax k prrs
wH T Prf. COmB. biius h es
and evarything usually kept in t fir
A wo floors north of 1st XaL Bank-
RED CLOUD. XEB. .
The Celebrated Mens!
Young Dexter an Vby
Ami the Celebrated Jack
HONEST JOHN !
Will make tke season of l$s at the City Uvery
Stable la Red Ctouil. exery day of the vrcvfc.
YtlUXG DEXTEK-Is a IxisMt Imj. wekfc
law petutd, aU 1 8 years old. He la a ajdfi
dale and Easikih Drall. asd ia pmd brerOer.
aa his coks via 4kiw.
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iaajwaada,aw4HlCTeariieM; He is Oja
Aaae aa aaa a aoetf staaa aeeer.
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YeaafTltexter.astff baaare: as
i vya ae aiaoa wry ta
tf imvri fee takaa I
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eduction in Prices,
Day or Week !
Tanlcs siinii'loiit uilli the
1'A'i i:ux.yi;i: sown n:i.
best the market affonls.
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D. B. SPANOG-LE
Real Satato and Inautanco Agont.
Offlco ovor Firat National Bank
Jtm aaaa wto did bay a kocUori iraHa.
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Or.Kcndersoa. 6C5Wy4atla wC Kaww Cifry.laa,
C. Schenck !
Cowle?, Webster Co., Neb.
Real Estate '
Collection Agen t
anna and unimproved lands
for sale on the roost rea$-
K!a: looted Bear the cesteraf Weawarr
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His stock is very large and price
Also job lot of
At Half prices
Merchant - Tailor,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
and tho flncat lino ot
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTON, &C.
Custom work neatly done and after the most
approved fashions cutting and fittintr
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old Stand East Sido Wobator
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CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Bv toaaon or IH central porluon and dow rlatkei to all rilBlfaal
wewt. ni lait.ai ana w nnnii ixntii. (xmnuuii Win moat mm
nsauu uti m mfc oynwiii ui Miruu HWJiruuoii iV(JCTl
tntea trnval and traffic tot-woea cities of tnt Atlantic msmI
la also tha favorite and tw-it rouu
Southeast, and oorrMpondimr rolnt
Tna hock island system incsuars
jouet. utLiiwa. la au;. rnonn. J'nw, aoi.-rm ana wtovlt, MtaaaL In
tavenporc Mtiacntino. wanmton.
Laoerty. low wty. ik woin. inoinnou. wmirK AUafitte. lCnbxrl!!.
Audubon, Harlan. Oiithrio Ootr- and Council SHufl.. to7o: aSSUK.
Trenton. Cameron and Knax City, In H'jaim Ldmrwnwmtk aad Atchlmunl
lo Kanmta: Albert Loa, Mlnn'mpolla and fit. Paul, in MXUMaaHa: Watvwn la
Dakotti. and bundrwlof inMnndiato dlk town. ni;awa mtU mUilUm.
THE CHEAT ROCK ISLAND
Gunranteca ltd patrowi lbn.t ene of
thorousrhly otII'vu! rtmd-bod. ncoi
atanuaiiy bunt r-jivc nntt orvtimi
human akin can ma'-cy It, tno aaivty applianoea of pmtmnt
and air-brake; and that vxncUnn uopMn whlclt aova
oprauon of all It tmrna. utnr irpaciaiu
nil connecting point In Union Depot, aoil
IttvttrlcM of I'm PaiuAnvnr JVr Jlrrmwt
Th Kast EzprwM Train oetvewfi
of veil vonlilAUKL 9noh
alaca rHapm of the lux. Omtfn,
elaboratfflv cooled tnala
AbbaUte. and Halls on bolb.'
Atchison, arw also run tb Cek9orata4
THK FAMOUS ALBKRT LKA ROUTS
in tne aircct ana iron nnm avraraaa
ana &nun atovisoh. tsrtr
ot 4r ....tfxjT r. -7 1 1 tmtrw ... flau
watfin.piACa. muntaar raaorta,
WiZ grounda or lawn, and
rico -xheat field and paaterat 1
BUI1 anoibr DtlLKCT UHK
bet-a-eo NeTrport Neira. rUcfuxondL
uotmcu isiusa. Kanaaa uny.
For detailed hiformatroR m
Tldurta. at all pnsctpal TldL0t
R. R. CACLC,
Prtttaiaf aa4 Statrai Bjaaaar, CaJaaaa.
Western Cottage Organs!
Mason & Hamlin
Are celebrated for tlHr buty and fiiii, quick
purity androlnmn of Idea aad nad of the bent
n imij wmrramwi man na para lor nre yean.
ana examine wet imi i aanam
as r e-
P APEK !
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"V "OXLOUO HIBKA.
Flue Office Work a tipectalty.
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