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FKIDAY AUCUS'l 20. 1S86
Pre-idcnt 'lcvl:unl i tin only Presi
dent in oiir history who wwins to hav
no iihummimmiI.. wli:itoivi'r. (Jforjrc
Washington was notl for his liiii-t-uhii
il-v:lo)iiini. Il: was foiul of jiinipiil
ami to lh. last lay of lii lift kept a
pack of hound for liiiniinjr. Ih could
datni! ujhmi ooca.iion ami In: was tyiivfiil
:noti;i of his hralth to go to Ixtd uvvry
nilit at 10 oVlork. .itliT--on was :
fn--it linix-lcick rider, and I in mmI
through tin country ahont N'a-Jihigloii
daily during his iniluy. Ih usually
Btiit two hours in tin: smiI'IIi. and vva
foml f mixing .villi h: f:llow. At
home at MotitiruIIo, hf paid groat at
tention to farming, and In often walked
about tin tm;l of V:i-hingliu wluh
in tin Whit: Hou. Whisii ("ItV.'lalid
was inaugurated tin: pr war full of
wonder at his gating up for luvakfast
at o'clock in tin morning, and the
whoh: nation p:itt'i hiui on tin hack for
it as U- vvr. Mill Washington got up
at daybreak, and Jrllerion crawled out
a.s'soon a.s I lie light Mruck hi chamber.
John Adams, who w a as fat propor
tionately as Cleveland i. ii:i to take a
walk from the White House around the
Capital before hi breakfast, which, by
the way. he took as early a. Cleveland,
and liia .son, John (Jiiim Adams, war,
wont to "o ilown to tin- Potomac and
take a swim bolorc lie ale Jus morning
meal. Ilotli of the Adaue-es were great
walker,, and while John tiiincy Adam-,
was President he u-cd to walk out to the
race eourc, two miles from here, and
back again w henever any great sport
was at hand. Andrew .I.iekson wa a
hard worker, but he vn a democratic
fellow, and he liked hors -racing, cock
lighting ami a. good .-.ocial iinoki:. lie
often attended the cock-tights on the
Washington Height-, above Sixteenth
Htrect, and at one o! the great races of
the day of ! Pn -M'.ncv he. hail a hor.-e
of his own admitted under the name of
his private r-eeretary, Ilajor Ixnelon.
President Harrison was a gieat walker,
and he did much of his own marketing
luring his short .stay at the. White
House. He would get i;p and go to
market before breakfast, ami though he
was an old man. he often went abojl
without an overcoat. Frank Pierce was
another great horseback rider, and he
was accustomed to gallop through the
htrccts of Washington at midnight on a
line blooded Meed. J'.uchanan was a
great beau socially, and he did some
walking. Lincoln drove about iiiue
what, and it was not uncommon to .see
liim on the .strcct itcrc. He liked the
theater, ami a box was always reserved
for him. (Irani wajked up ami Mown
the broad pa venieiit ii.a front, of the
While House for an houror two every
morning, and his love of horses and
driving amounted to a passion. He was
not averse, to having let tows call upon
him in the evening, and he. partook of
much hoeial enjoyment. Hayes' reign
was a great one socially, and Arthur
kept his house, filled w'ith gini.. and
took a long drive in the country daily.
Carp in Vied laud Lender.
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How Rachel Cnmr To .Marry J;u.ol?.
This true story comes from an old
seaboard town in Maine:
Jacob loved Kachel. but ltachel
wouldn't have him. .Jacob labored on,
prosing his suit at intervals, and after
each rebuff telling her he was hound to
win heryet and convince even one .she
cared for him as much a.s he believed in
his heart she did.
Very well,'' cried tin indignant lta
chel. with a toss ot her head, -keep
right on till you make folks believe that,
and when you do 111 marry you!"'
Jacob did pr.-.evcrc. but with small
success., and at bust began to lose cour
age. 'About this time another .suitor of
Kachel's arrived home from sea, bring
ing with him, among other exotic.-, a
parrot of gorgeous hue. which he pre
sented to Kachel. who forthwith had the
bird-suspended from the sitting-rmnn
window whence she looked out after
noons when her work was done. For a
. day .or two after his elevation, to his dig
nilv the parrot remained marvelously
(putA,. only easting an eye about a if
taking in his new .situation. On the
third, morning, however, no sooner did
tlnj neighbors begir; : v'ir than he
electrilicd uaVh passer-by with the an
'Hat'licl's gone on Jacob; no chance
Of course the more laughter this
raised the more vocitcroii-ly the bird
proclaimed the new.-. It spread like
wild tin-, and the parrot's audience
steadily increased. Rachel meanwhile
went into hysterics, but however much
this incommoded the. family it made no
impression on the parrot, who. although
threatened and beaten and relegated to
darkness. 'waxed more and more furious
with, the desire to spread his knowledge,
Jacob kept tint ot the way for a while,
but there was no lack of courier to
bring him information of the other lu
low's diseouilinire ami the parrot's
heroic defoi of hi cau-e. At "a!
ILicheKs lather appeared. wearinr on
his weatherbe-Tif u face an odd mixturr
of frown ami gr.u.
Iook a-hei." he .-aid. lctwcer.
that dernetl Ii:mIs screech in' an folk-. .,
cafl.l.n. ::i:n gal a"ni; out o her
iiead. Tiicre- uoth n for ou to do U:t
go over then and try to !ix up thing- a
wei.'s e can. 1 guo- nto-t iil.h he.'M
v ye 1 do' iu lidks can't always tei'."
'i'he upshot was JiacheitMuarrled .Ja
cob, who Atlckv-fiyH&liuU nvastlw
fpenetnith c wisdom of his riva.'s parrot
ithatdld the b:.smes. and denies to lt.i
"day all knowledge of the way the parrot
came by -his sjicccli. Motion (.lu.-w.)
Not Clir-fatlc to the Sparrows.
It is proiKKsea to kill off. with innVoned
cnunhs, the Enjrli.sli Mwrrows which
have bir.ycly wcatherwl the intense cold
antl deep snows of this unusually bitter
winter. Xh? Ileeausc tliee wugna
cious little &cavcu:ers are said to be
driviuj; way our native bird. Yester
day au observer eouuted the remains of
over twentv of our most attractive New
' En?land.blnls jwed to the headgear
ox tue women wno wen? mmig imu
town in a single horse-car. 1 -ve pairs
cf 'TTOodJeckers,, wings and tlieir acconi-
pMayisg taiM graceti. or miner uia-
"graced. th hat of one of the.e persons.
Te venture io sav that not one among
Ijictoop pPBtcndwl" friends of our bird
Tv Wiy au English qjarrew kill or
fSMUH a native -ongstur. On -the other
liamli how many women are there in
Uie'Suite'of Massachusetts who cau say
that they- have never worn the plumage'
of one of the birds they profes to love?
If pohsoncd bread is'to be Xel to the
worst encmit of our birds, inilliucrs
, : . . and their cuiouiers would better live on
-' 'trackers. Jioslvn. Advertiser.
Active Pushing ah1 Roliabic.
Henry Cook cm always be M'iicd up
o'i to c'irry in stck the iure,-i and
best goods and .-u-t.un the reputation
ofbcingjictivc. nushiiii: and reliible, '
b. having rciwniitueudiim arlichw with (
well otabtiahed merit ami such a.- are
ropular. Aavin;; the aencv for the j
cclebraied Dr. King's New JJi-rovory j
for con-iinilion. colds and coughs, will
frl it on po-iiivu guarantee. It will j
-::rely uie any anil every ail'ec.ion of
throat, lung-. 'r be.st' and in order to
prove our claim, we a-k ou l) call'
and get a trial bottle !r". ,
W. D. lloi it o, wholesale
retail dni""i-l.-' of Home. "a.. say:
bae been -ellimi Hr. King's New
COVtlTV. IMITIMC l IHTri IHlUKIlll -
ca .Salve for two years. IlaVo -never
handle.! leinidie-'tb.itsell a- well, or
give-neb univcr-al .satif.iction. Tliere
nave been ome wonderful eurea efleet--d
by tbu-e medicines in this city.
Several cases of prononeed eonsiiinp
tiou have been entirely cured by use
of a few bottle-: of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, taken in connection with K!ee3
trie Hitters. We guarantee them al
ways. Sold by Henry Cook.
Use Dr. Git nn's Improved Liver Pills
for sallow complexion, pimples on the
face imd billiousnesa. Never sicken,
or gripes. Only one for a dose. .t:n
ples free at II en Jy Cook's and .1. H
Kellogg it Co.
Cure For Sick Headache.
Tor proof that Dr. Ounn's improved
Liver Pills cures sick headache, ;v?k
your druggist for a rree trial package.
Only one for a dose. Regular size
boxe- S cl.t-. Sold by Henry Cook
and.l. IP Kellogg & Co
Cure For Piles.
Pii.ks are freqently preceeded by a
S"ne of weight in the back. loins and
lower pvrt of ttie abdomen, cattsing the
patient to suppoBe he has af'cctiou of
the kidneys or neighboring organ;', At
tin.e, symptoms of indigesrion are
present. Hatuloncy, uneasiness of the
"stomachc. els. A moiytuie lil;' presp
nation, producing a very di-agreeable (
ltciung, alter getting wann, . a cjiii
mon .-ittendant. Iilind, bleeding and
nehinir niles e.ild at oiieo to tile .i:-
plication ol Dr.Po-.anko's Pile Iteniedy,
which acts directly upon the parts af
fected, absorbinb the termors, ajlying
the intense itcning and ell'ectmg a per
manent cure. Price ."o cents. Address
tne M)r. Bcsanko Medicine Co., Piqua O
Sold by llenrv Cook and.l. Ji
Take No Chancos.
w'ner. ou buy Ohainberlain'-i.liolic,
Choera" and Dsarrhoea I'cmu.h. It is
j)0.-itivelv guaranteed to do all that is
claimed "for it. An attack os bowel
complaint and griying pains are so
often sudden and danerous that no
one can afford to be without a prompt
anil certain remedy. Ask your drug
gist for Chniberlian' Colic, Cholera
ai.d Diarrhoea Remedy. Manufactured
at l)es Moines. Iowa, .-.nil be dure you
get it. Tnreo I'.e.- 25 cts., aycts. and
SI .00 bottles. -oiil by druggist.-.
And take Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea liemedy. It cures
j.aih in the .-tonuv.h altr.o.-l instantly,
gel a IT- cent bottle, take nothing else.
You wiil need notping el.o; to cute the
worst case of diarhoea, ciioera jnor
bu or bowel domplaint. This inedi
cine is :nad for bowel complaint only,
and Las been in constant uj in the
west for nearly f.lteen years. Its suc
cess has been unbounded and its name
become a household word in thousands
of homes. Try it. Sold : y druggists.
Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, -orcs. ulcer--, -alt rheum, fever
sores, ttttr, chapped hand-j. chilblain
join-?, and nil skin eruptions, and
))sitiveJv curts piles or no pay re
ouire.l. It is guaranteed to cne pei-
feet satisfaction or money
-'rice 25 cents
The Excitoment ITot over.
The rush at Fergu-ui it Co's drug
atoie still continues on account of pel
sons aiMictcd with coughs, cobls,
asthma, bronchitis, and con'mpt"'in
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or the throat ami lungs wnicn :s
;: a guarantee and i
satisfaction. It is a standard l.;mi!y
remedy. Piice iOc and ?1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescor.t statistic- of tne Jiumber
of deaths show that a la. go r.iajorty
die with con-jumpfon. This disease
may ccnnincice with an appearantly
harn-ilcss cough wtrch lan be cired
instantly Uy Keirp's Balsam for the
tiiroat ntM lungs, wb.icli i- gur.rr.rted
to cure and relievo all oas"-. Prce 50
cents and $1.00 Trial st.e free. For
sale bv FciguFon A: Co.
i Fnir k a 'lark !:i. ro i.mc oicht vvars
oM. ami woltrlt. !ton tn .stum conutiou r
ll.tsire vaa:linntii:i-t'rvd .n.j.r.c.; ( ue.
daw KififU li!ai':a. :ul r.s a-twk poUcr has
a rfiHitatioa Mctnt to i.mir.
TR!tMi.-Trt ii.niiio ; rio'icy . !un
man are k'unv:i to tnr Ju foai T-rt o- -it-:
ivtuni man-,rRi:lariy. .ny man disj-wwl ft
v tit tt hfld in tn. in (oal. ( .ire- t iti le inki-n :o
jirvvi-ut atvidciits. but I will not !h n-iH':-il a
jjjotilil any HTur.
MamN lor tire e;LMn oi isn., ai nij oarn in
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Books. Glass
lnacriptons carefully componndel
rlfc-IBB. VH B
-h5Si--m'- - -7 W W
BOUSE IM CATTLE!
THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
LIVE .STOCK INSUR
IN THE STATE.
Insure horses at tne ngfi of from 3
to 1 1 year; mule? from .'; to 17 ye.irs.
Stallions and .Licks from 3 to 8 year?;
and cattle from 2 to 1 1 against loss
caused by Dittos', Injury Accident, Firr,
Lightning or Th-'jtfiot not less than one
or more" than two years excepting
ateers which are being fatted for the
market, wnich can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
irood anvwheie in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning ot Fire Insurance
companies is limited to the .premises j
of the assured, and perhaps n, small
radius beyond.' The advantages and
benefits which this company offers to
fanners and o.vners of stock generally
are so plain and apparent that it is
luu iiy necessary to all at'entiono
... v-jSj? .-oir
'.-jr-. a arsi
V? MV.r- r5T' .! A
h:::: Why to lore.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
surance company authorized by the
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; the money
naid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid nut for losses to the
citizens ot the state; il a!! remains in
Because it is a relianle institution,
whose stockholders, directovs and offi
oeis, ate among the wealthiest and
most oromiucni business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying lo:;sc- are always in harmony
with Use principals of strict justice
Because you cannot -illord to ha
without insurance on your live stock
any more than on your house and barn.
If you are well off you can loose
nothing by insuring il you are poor
and cannot afford to loose any of your
stock, it would be criminal negligence
not to in.? ure.
Because shoild you wih to borrow
money and otIr a3 security your stock
the -ecuiity wiM be more ample, anil
jou can obtain money more readily,
and at a lowei intei est, if that stock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
Because we insure stock against duith
by c. 'iilrut, f.'.j.s or tfift.
' Bec.iu?" we insure stock against
by Jin or lightning.
Because no other insurance com
pany can give you the same kind of
Because a paid up capital ot $100000
and a constantly increasing .surplus
fund renders It safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Because it popularity among farm
ers and stock owners is attested by the
fact that there are now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Aptiliatiions will l' it-rsicd ,,
A. J.Tomlinson, Agent.
Red 31ond. Neb.
BRACES MUD APPLI 4IHCFS Ft) tiFtnuuniFS
77 OT" AM.
BRACES AKD APPLIANCES FOR DEfCRMlTlES,
inUSZti), AU tlLVlKIU BATTERIES.
We hTG mo !acltltie. pparata and retucdie tnr
the uocw?al tretaiont ot ercry fofta of 0Leae
recnirtns lther meOic&l or unrdcal treatment, arul
Invite all to cwne and inTetU;ito for themel ve or
correspond iltn n Ion experience in tretln
caaes by leuer enabto a to treat naii csi
jcicntincatlr wJthoat elts them.
WHITK iOlt ClRlTLAK on dpfnrt-.f.r .n-4
Brace. Clcb Y. Curvature of tls Spine, lilf- i
EA.SES OK WOMEN. File. Tumors Cancer.
Epilepsy. KWner. Ere Ear, Mtin, iilood and ail I
urtncal iperatmn. I
BATTtEIBI. IXMAI.i:KM. BK.tCCt,
Tvaaac, and all kinds of Medical and Sorgieal '
Appliances, mannfactnrcd and for sale. I
TbCMly rchaara BMical Institute makitif
whatever caao pnvioee. occcMfnllv treated.
We e rctBOTQ SyptdliUe poteoa froat tke t ua f
jriOKmt TBercarr. I
New restorative trcataMnt for Iom of vital pomr. t
ALL COM3 DNt CAT lOSS COXnnKNTlAL. Call ,
and coinlt tw or aend naaeand pct-cflk atfdreaa
puiiniy wnKcn ccioe tisp, asuwewui
job. ta plain wrapper, oar
PftlVATC CmCULAR TO MEN
npox wutatk. eprctAi. and kertoc nr
EKS. SEMINAL WEAKNESS. SPERM ATOR
KHCKA.1MFOTKNCT. SYIinLTS. GONOAKUIEA.
OLKET. VAKirtXTTCLK. KTRICTniUE. AND ALL
IXSSASBSOETUK GKNlTO-ClUNAKr ORG ANS.
cr cnd Btetorr of yesr om for an orHnlon.
IVtiom mmzbilm to iK aa bit treatfid at therir
lKes. by correspnadepce. JUcdicine and Intra-
mostaent hr mtil r rnm SKCttllELr PACK
D ntOM OBSERVATION, no Marin to Indicate
ctBUareade.OpcToealraterriw preferred ,
it convmlf I rutr-oorilarte accoaiaroaatio)
of nlUnti Brd aad aMesdaaca M ransaX
Mi til ft tirritil fcwMtitt-
it, i rr--.- .
,oa y Tmv!f'iinv . ' y r.
h tics-iMm ' '..- ".i .ii
1 't K. ) -t
- "wz'vj&m&j ?:&m
s-axr. . -' '., ii!trr
an h .mkA A. f & a.
Trader's Lumber Guiiioarii
As low as can be bouglit from any dealer on
Great Reduction in Prices.
UfC CCM ? PUCftDCO ?TiH
" fc VMWI-I 1.12 J ILbli
.A lot of "White gBmlts. hambnrgs. hosiery, etc.
sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a
Geo. O. Yeiser & Co.,
Red Cloud - Nebraska
30 000 acres Land for Sale. Improved Farms, unimproved Land?.
In and around Red Cloud,
THE GATE CITY
Of the great Republican valley. Buy your
homes while property is cheap.
D. B. SPANOG-LE
Roal Estate and Insutanco Atronl.
Farm Loans Nocotlatod. Office overl'iit Nation-il JJnulc
City bakery andRestauran
A. LAUTERBAOH PROP.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Keees constantly on hand fresh broad, cakes, curare, tobarron, canned
'ruita, confoctionery, ot. Broad Ueli"ercd to any part or tho city.
Warm and cold meals served at a ho Jo t nmand
xl v L ri ! " m I
mK- y If; Vrmri' ;(' '
mmarL bkb- yi t tv r, v h.'xi - -2??b"
& w3E38i3&i i ife-J 3 i i
vbo did sot tray & Itocklcrd w&tca.
(He got left.
:O.H. Ma ryatt agent
'. " - " J v v -0wu
I New ffoodsarrivinir daily,
SELECTED .- SHORE
glOTKK y Tttn.
TMS OMCIMAL and
call before buying,
Houses, Rosidem oh, and Town LotHS
?e ii3 v2 &J t7 a lcsJ iic
for Rockford watch.
lost f-ompIeK lino of jcwvli-y in
LJ uoJ . liiai., rvrkrtsa u :. w
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j t f ' . . f . ..-I' '-u.
HH turnAl iom rhebsutic cue
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i TT.irrrrrt-riir yRrfrrVATi. !?
w Jt-ii.1 '- F Of- ""-
D' U;n,j,rM-.,t05V.,rf"9t Ctj.S
3 . . -.-
n j; v . rm sis- a 1 wfr:
Pri " ail rterrsa otter lrfi
onuidat.;wanirr. i tr rrMNa vc.
tfctrd Si:rJoy cac saoar. IJLtXi
His stock is very
Also job lot ot
CXJ "XflLA J !
REP CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
and tin tli'vHt lino ot
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTON, &C.
Custom work neatlv done and after tho most
approved fashions Cutting and fit.timr
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Kcv Stand St Sldo Webator
VHO '.S U:iACQUAINTCO WITH THE
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CHICAGO, ROCK rSLAD & KAUMU RAILWAT
Ii" na- an o tit 1.' ' i ! ' - ! -' t.".i. ;..t; J:r.tFJtrin.J
to . j k. - l -. . it'i ' t - .' -i impotbtnt ittil-twut-
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i 'So ihe .Vont -ird - r- v.
?Sm M'lTaUMwT V'MisinfrtO. fmmli, tSjTri. UvScal'WA. '.Vt
Ktei i Mil, u T-- trf. tr.-r-i wr t fow Mcat.
nTKawU Aibrrttiv ? 1 '. '- ' - -"' Wsrt-ii t,
VH5 GREAT ROC?C ISLAND HOUTI
inormtiuuy f J t-s i o' '
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fiitiiiT SlMrtMvri: of i-l. iKa. 'l nm ttJOj ivtirnif Con. m -wwcii
AnwUtn. and 'j) on w. M ?. O. l Kenvi O'-T awl
THS FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
L tb d!rxn .-n-i ' . "' !'v ' - ,"o i-l iUtf3"npoti 1 IH rik
tfturt cortncuoi- ..' .si- -i Urdxj itv -vi frr k-i P. i,,rr;vi!S
and llrtuih IroT'Tr- O- hi roo. Pwt Sxpr Tmitw vr run U
wntfrTfV Dir &rrj r -.tort.t ptct-jsr'.t ou 2 hunttoif rx C&-
For U'tJkl m'rn3'-Qn f Wnt jumI w. otrtAJ3i- w '
TVif. :i ?xiaopi ncStK Ocas to tl U-SJUxl 5tsts? Mi tjs.5awu or
R. i?. CAELE, E. ST. JOHN,
l-V r-3 aipt.
Western Cottage Organs!
Mason & Hamlin Pianos. i
t Are Mebrat-1 fr tin-ir l-uty and Unwlu quick reponc;
juirity and voluimi ? loiw- and made of the tx-t niaUrijii
'and bv tiu bs; workmen that can Ik? had. Every iiutntmeng
i it fully AvarrantH in all it? pari- for fhv VfjarA. Pleads ali
f and exaaiinu tlu-saj iniruin-jnt? before pun-Jiaing.
Ous door vze&aZ Minor- Bros.
large and p 3 ice
Dr.J". S I0MTG B
fine OjjtiT Work ft pmnliij.
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