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tTf, and rcjairw a different treaUaeot
R ka fewdthriit. No matter ham
MMk.yMi (pvc it one year, it very mkmi
rcqaireakwtie much more. You caa
mviett H, bt yo can't keep it rick.
Thrfor vow mwt maaajst it as on
wmdil take care; of a sjwndtlirift, fiivin
wka k awHtil at the time, and in a
way tkatpenuiU as little waato as pos
ikle. Iahali explain this treatment
aore fally farther on.
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my mi reatneted to x atiC tenacious,
heavy clay. Now von have a miser to
deal with a soil 'that retains.' but in
auny makes ao proper use of.
what it receives. Skill and good man
acemeat. however, can improve any
soil, and coax luxuriant crops from tbe
WewUlpeak,artof the ideal soil
already mentioned, and hope that the
acre eoataias an area of it of suitable
dimensions for a garden. What should
be the fret step in this case? Why, to
get more of it. A quarter of an acre
caa be made equal to half an acre.
Tob caa about double the garden, with
t adding to it an inch of surface, by
increasing the depth of good soil. For
instance, ground 'has been cultivated to
the depth of six or seven inches. Try
the experiment of stirring the soil and
eajrtokmg it one foot downward, or
elf htec inches, or even two feet, and
see what vast differences will result
With every inch you go down, making
all friable and ftff.lc, you add just so
maob more to root pitstiiniu. When
you wish to rait: a great deal, increase
yoar leverage. Knots arc 'your levers;
and when they rest against a deep fur
tile soil they lift into the air and son
shine products that may well delight
the eyes and palate ef the most fasti
dious. We suggest that this thorough
deepening, pulverization, and enrich
ing of the soil be done at the start,
when the plough can be used without
any obstructions. If there arc stones,
rock, roots anything which prevents
the treatment which a garden plot
should receive, there is a decided ad
vantage in clearing them all out at the
beginning. L:ist fall 1 saw a half-aero
that wa rwninpy, and so encumbered
with stones thntone could walk all over
it without ! tp:njr off the rocks. Tho
land was tropin;., and therefore capable
of drainage. The proprietor put three
men to work on the lower side with
picks, shovels, and blasting tool. They
turned tho soil over to the depth of
eighteen inches, taking out every stone
larger than n walnut. Eight or ten
feet apart deep ditches were cut, and
tho stones, as far as possible, placed in
these. Tho rest were carted away for a
heavy wall. You may say it was ex
pensive work. So it was; yet so com
nlete a garden spot was made that I be
lieve it would yield a fair interest in po
tatocs alone. I relate' this instance to
show what can be done. A more for
bidding area for a garden in its original
state could scarcely bo found. Enough
vegetables and fruit can be raised from
it hereafter, with annual fertilizing, to
supply a large family, and it will im
prove every year under the refining ef
fects of frosC sun, and cultivation.
It should be remembered that culture
docs for soil what it does for people. It
mellows, brings it up. and renders it
capable of finer products. Mach,' in
deed, caa be dene with a erode piece of
land in a single year when treated with
the thoroughness that has been sug
gested, and some strong-growing vege
tables ma be seen at their best during
the first season, but the more delicate
vegetables thrive better with successive
years of cultivation. No matter how
abaadantly the ground may be en
riched at.lirst, time and chemical, action
are reqaired to transmute the fertilisers
into the best forms of plant food, and
make them a part of the very soil itself,
rioaghiag or spading, especially if done
ia late autama, oxposes the mould to the
beneficial aetkm of tbe air aad frost,
and the garden gradually takes on, tho
refined, mellow, fertile character which,
distiagmshes it from the ordinary field.
la dealiag with a ihin, sandy soil one
has alamst to reverse, the principles just
given. Yet. there is no caasc for dis
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If at mrs arc named the Asia, the
BnasHt ami the Scotia, why not call
one the Nansea? Inim AloHt.
A friend said to the sister of JVesideat.
CTcvcJand, as she was leaving Bqflalo
for Wasliihgton: -1 hoinryott will hail
fromBntam.' "Ob. yon expect me to
hail from Bnfalo and reign in Washing
ton." If the Venn de Medici oonld be ani
mated ' into life, women wonkl onl y re
msrk that lier waist w UrgcOuida.
We shall be perfectly virtuous when
there k no longer any flesh on "our
bones. Margttcrilcdc Valolt.
Oae lores- to talk of one's self so much
hat one never tires of a tete-a-tete with
a lover for years. That is the reason
why a devotee likes to be with her con
fessor. It is for the pleasure of talking
of one's self even though speaking evil.
Mme. de Sevirigc
When yon wish to affirm anything,
you always call (Jod to witness because
He never contradicts yon. Queen of
Her neck and arms were as naked as
If she had never eaten of tbe tree of
knowledge of good and cviL Jane Car
lyle. Judge no one by his relations, what
ever criticisms you may pass upon his
companions. Relations, like features,
are thrust upon his; companions, like
clothes, are more or less our own selec
tion. JTae Field.
Marryin' a man ain't like scttin' along
side of him nights and hearing him tali
pretty; that's the fust prayer. There
lots an lots o' mcctin' after that Boh
No! 1 ain't one to sec the cat walking
into the dairy and wonder what shea
come after. George Eliot.
"What, would you do in time of war if
yen had the suffrage?" asked Horace
G'.veley of Mrs. Stanton. "Just what
you have done, Mr. Greeley; stay at
nomc anil urge the others to go and
fight," replied the lady.
Mile. Mars, a favorite of the Theatre
Francais, had offended the Gardes du
Corps, and they went to the theatre to
hiss her down. She came to the edge of
the stage, and, referring to the fact that
they never went to war, said: "What
has Mara to do with the Gardes du
Pray," said an army officer who had
been on guard duty in Washington sev
enteen years, to Miss Cleveland, "what
do ladies find to think about besides
dresses and parties?" "The heroic deeds
of our modern -army officers," replied
A lady once told me she could always
know when she had taken too much
.wine at dinner her husband's jokes be
gan to seem funny.
"Have you seen Mrs. lately?" a
lady who did all the talking. "No, I
had to give up her acquaintance. I
tried for two years to tell her something
in particular." Collected by Kate Saiu
He'd Choose to be a Baby.
The following story was told at the
ascent encampment of the Grand Army
at Mexico, Ma A group around one of
the numcicus canij-tircs were relating
incident ot bravery and cowardice
shown in battle, aud this is one of them:
"Itwasat the battle of Gettysburg,"
said the speaker, "when the bullets
were falling like hail, and the shells
were shrieking and bursting over our
heads in a way to make tiic bravest
heart tremble, a private dropjed oit of
the ranks and skulked back to the rear.
He was well under way, when, unfortu
nately for him, he was met by General
Slocum coming to the front.
" 'What are you doing here? Get
back to your post,1 the General shouted.
"The poor fellow stopped still and
trembled like a leaf, but made no reply.
44 Get back to your post, you miser
able coward; aren't you ashamed of
yourself to be skulking back here when
you should be in tho front with your
"Still the man made no replv, but
commenced to cry like a year-old infant
44 4You infamous, sneaking coward,
shouted the infuriated general, 4get
back to your post; I'll ride you down
like a dog. Why. you are nothing but
" I-I-ril t-t-t-tcll vou what g-g-gen-ral,'
said the blubbering fellow, Td
g-g-g-give anything just n-n-now if I
was a D-b-baby, and i-i-if I had my
eh-ch-choice Td r-r-rathcr be a femaw
Hew Faddy tHoto the Ropje.
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thing," said an amateur photographer
BBcently. "Most peculiar thing I ever
knew. " J took my instrument to the roof
of pur house the other afternoon, al
ways carry it with me in case of an
emergency, and as I gased about my
eye was .attracted by some linemen ad
justing sometelegraph wires not far dC
There were 'five wires and a number of
men at work: .at different points The
bodies of the men were black spots
against the white sky. and the five wires
showed very clearly. The whole thing
had the appearance, of an enormous
clef of a musical score, the men being
"What did I do, yoaask? Such an
ppcrtunky was not to be missed. I
took an instantaneous picture of the
thing as k stood. 1 ant no musician
myself, . bat whan my first proof was
finished I toot it to a friend who per
forms on-a piano. Ks placed the pho
tograph oar a aantit taca and toakad at
it for a second. Then we were both
abounded. My imnrassioa had
truer than I had thenght. He played
off the first Sswbars ef Haw Paddy
Stele the sVe.v 1 wis it had
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from jhafoHowing card.
he print kr- the Albany (Ga.)
. AVsssr "Whoever paiHotied my dog k a
low-down ftupy, and maa eMagh to
doaeythiag- I am aatietfed tfcatk k s
whito man and of good standing in thk
town, and he ought to be found put I
amafrahl of him only in one way, and
that k he .will burn me up while asleep.
I hope whoever it may be when he reads
thk be will stop, as be is called a pujipy.
and k not maa enough to resent it. I
am satisfied it is a white maa, as no
negro could get so much poison from
the druggist without some notice being
taken fit I am rusjonsiWc for every
word in thk card, and can whip the
man that poisoned my dog. No man
will resent ah inult that will steal, lie,
burn houses, and slip around at night
and poison a man's dog."
Nevada is the paradise of the choo!
teacher, where the average salary is
$140 per month for males and $l'G for
Tbe Kcv. J. L. Scudderof Minneapolis
ia in error when, in trying to prove that
women are more fond' of dancing than
men, he says: "Women will dance with
each other by the hour, but meu never
dance except with women." Wc have
seen in a dancing hall in Rome men
dancing with each other by the dozens
of couples in preference to the partner
ship of young women who danced
equally well. This was undoubtedly
evidence of the most undiluted love of
dancing for its action and the rhythm
alone; but wc take it that the love in
grained in the human heart fortius his
toric exercise is luu sauiu nuuiucr im
man or woman. .Nl Y. Sun.
Cure For Piles.
Piles arc freqently preceeded by a
sense of weight in the bask, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has affection of
the kidneys or neighboring organs, At
times, symptoms of indigesrion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stcmache, ets. A moiyture like preep
iralion, producing a very disagreeable
itchintr, after getting warm, is a com
mon attendant. Blind, bleeding and
itching piles yeald at once to the ap
plication of Dr.Bosanko's Pile Kemedy,
which acts directly upon the parts af
fected, absorbinb the termors, allying
the intense itching and ell'ecting a per
manent cure. Price 0 cents. Address
the "Dr. Bcsanko Medicine Co., Piqua O
Sold by Henry Cook and J. H. Kellogg
Take Mo Chances,
when, you buy dCliamberlain'lho1ic,
Choera and Dsarrhoea Remedv. It is
positively guaranteed to do all that is
claimed for it. An attack oi bowel
complaint and criying 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 Chmbflrlian' Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Manufactured
at Des Moines, Iowa, and be sure you
get it. Three sizes. 25 cts., 50cts. and
$1.00 bottles, sold by druggists.
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Keep Quiet -And
take Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cures
paih in the stomach almost instantly,
get a 25 cent bottle, take nothing else.
You wiil need notping else to cure the
worst case of diarlioea, choera mor
bus or bowel doniplaint. This medi
cine is maide for bowel complaint only,
and hits been in constant uso in the
west for nearly fifteen years. Its suc
cess has been unbounded and its name
become a household word in thousands
of homes. Try it. Sold by druggists.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, snlt rheum, fever
sore.-', tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corus, and all skin eruptions, and
positively curts piles or no pay re
quire .1 It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
The Excitement Mot over.
The rush at Ferguson te Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons afflicted with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a standard family
remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of tne number
of deaths show that a la.-ge 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. Price 50
cents and $1.00 Trial size free. For
sale by Ferguson & Co.
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HctHlrttraxutorneitiiitawaSirCireJn. Call, or ad.
J. L. MILLER
xIARNKSh COLLARS, SADDLE
wHIPS. COmBS. BRUSHES
and everything usually kept in i firs
Awo doers nofth of lit Nat. Bank-
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Bookb
Prescriptons carefully compounded
C. Schenck !
Cowles? Webster Co., Neb. '
arms and unimproved lands
for sale ou the most reas
Itcln located near tlic center of Webster conn
tv. am, having facilities for sliowintc and su l-
liiiB lands or town lots on .short notice, I
can make it to the interest of those
wi.shiiiK to lmv or sell lands in
Webster county, to call on me
Will nay taxes, make collections, anfunisnr
abstacts on reasonable ttrnis. All bas'oes
e ntr:lctl to my car '.vill receive prompt tt
tioii 0. SCHENCK, xotary Publi
Red Glnd aa. Sa.1. Hutir Siigi
Line oarries the United State
mails between Red Cloud
and Smith Center.
And accommodations fr conveying
Philip Barkley, Prop.
We have just burned a kiln
"of No. 1 Brick, which is
FOR DELIVERY t
To parties desiring the same. Will
Reaspable Prices !
And also sand at reduced rate?. Par
, ties desiring to contract will do well
to call on ns before purchasing
as we guarantac satisfacto
W. H.'Ludlow k Son-
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Fine Office Work w Specialty.
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Claud National h auk
HDESE m CATTLE!
THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
LIVE STOCK INSLTR.
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses at the age of from 3
to 1 1 years; mules from 3 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 to 8 years;
and cattle from 2 to 11 against loss
caused by Dimae, Injury Accident, Fire,
Lightning or Theft, for not less than One
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for tho
market, which can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anytvhete in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liabilfty of loss by
Fire aud Lightning ol Firo Insurance
companies is limited to ihe.nremises
of the assured and perhaps a small
radius beyond.' The advantages and
benefits which this company oilers to
farmers and o.viers of stock .generally
are so plain and apparent that it is
hlirdiy necessary to onll attention to
Seasons 1; to insure.
Because it is the only Lie Slock In
surance companv authorized by tho
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 out fur losses to the
citizens oi the state; il all remains in
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directors and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
most prominent business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying losses are always in harmony
with the principals of strict justice
and liberality. '
Because you can not afford to bo
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 if you are poor
and cannot afford to loose any of your
stock, 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 stock against death
by accident, dimtacor theft.
Became 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 ot $100000
and a constantly increasing surplus
fund renders It safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise. .
Because its popularity among farm
ers and stock owners is attested,! the
(act thai there are now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Application will be reeeited by.
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Mason Hamlin Pianos.
Are celebrated for their bemuty and fcafafe, quick WpojK
purity and vohiran of tone, and wade o the b ?
and by the bet workmen that can be had. XwtoiiniW
it f ully warranted in all it-i parte for fimymn Pfeevw wll
and examine these imtrumente helot puniawitg.
X8. KOIX. 4
One door west of Miiier Bio, i-tore, Rt Cloud.
Trader's Lumber Company
As low as can be bought from any dealer on
wao did aoi hy a
O. H. Ma ryatt agent for Rockford watch
New goods arriving daily. Mot complete line of Jewehry in
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