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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, March 29, 1889.
And Shirts !
A No. 1 Plow Shoe for $1.25
Can't be beat in the state.
Call and see our stock of Men s Fine Shoes
in London, French and Opera Toes.
Our $2.25 Shoe !
Can't be beat in the west for the price, solid
sole leather counters, seamless and guar
anteed all the way through.
ten's Fine white Shirts for 25c, worth 50c,
, and would be very cheap at that price.
4l Call and see them and be vour
best goods ever sold here.
Call in and see us and we will, do you good.
'' It always pays to trade at
estern & Southern
k Center Store Room Moon Block, Red Cloud
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
Cardinal MazzofantL tho linguist,
who is said to have known a hundred
languages, declared that ho never for
got a word he had onco learned.
Mr. Chase, tho Quaker Senator
from Khodo Island, is credited with
this remark: "Tho longer I ara in pub
lic tho more I ain convinced that tem
per is tho ono thing which overy man
should have, should ulways keep, and
never let his neighbor know that he
iBaiah V. Williamson, of Philadel
phia, is reported to bo tho wealthiest
bachelor in tho United States. Ho has
a fortuno of twenty million dollars and
gives away a largo portion of it annu
ally in charities. Ho is a plainly
dressed old gentleman, very modest
and retiring in his ways.
Charles Primeau, tho aged inter
preter at tho Standing llock Agency in
Dakota, was an early , Indian trader
among tho Sioux in tho Northwest.
Ho had many perilous nnd exciting ad
ventures, sometimes barely escaping
with his life, and onco had 100,000 of
property destroyed in a twinkling by
One of tho brightest and most
earnest of tho students at tho Baptist
Theological Seminary in Louisville was
formerly what is known as a "street
fakir." Ho finds that his experience
in lauding tho virtues of patent modi
cines beforo street crowds has boen of
great help in developing his oratorical
powers for tho pulpit.
As a rule, donation parties aro a
terror and an over-living apprehension
to pastors, but a parson at Reno, Nov.,
find himself an exception. Fifty of
his parishioners camo to his houso re
cently with provisions sufficient
almost, to tide him over next winter,
und, in addition, thoy loft behind them
on a tablo a deep glass filled with gold
Clara Morris, beingconvincod that
no speaker hears hisownvoico exactly
as others hear it, theorized that by
speaking into a phonograph and then
turning a cnlnk she wWd nav7Ceor
rect idea of her declamations. Her
experiments have not been exactly
successful, as tho repeated tones lack
tho volume of the original utterances,
but there is said to bo a precise mim
icry of emphasis, inflection and tone.
Mr. George W. Childs, of Phila
delphia, has given another evidence of
his generosity nnd nrtistic taste, and
in this caso a tributo of affection as
well, in tho gift of a memorial window
of General Grant to St Luke's Meth
odist Episcopal Church at Long Branch,
tho church that both attended whilo
sojourning there. A life-size bust
portrait of General Grant in uniform
occupies tho center of tho window,
supported on cither side by a full
sized figure, ono representing Mourn
ing and tho other Peace, whilo above
floats a figure cmblematlo of Glory,
surmounted by the historic sentence,
"Let Us Have Peace." As tho baso of
tho window is the inscription: "Gen
eral Ulysses S. Grant. Erected by his
friend, George W. Childs, as a token
of his affection,"
"A LITTLE NONSENSE."
Compassionate housowifo "So
you were In tho army, my poor man.
What was your capacity there?"
Tramp "Double rations, mum." Ao
"Tommy," said his penurious un
cle, how would you feel if I were to
givo you nickel?" "I think," replied
Tommy, "that I would feci a littlo
faint at first." Life.
Mrs. Williams "I am sorry to
hear that your mother is ill, Georgie.
I hopo she isn't sick abod." Georgie
"Oh, no, Mrs. Williams. She is only
sickalounge." A. 1". Morning Journal.
"Pa, what makes the little piggies
eat so fast?" "Pa" was so confused
and final) said that he would have to
givo it up. "'Cause they want to bo
hogs," said four-year-old. Toledo
"Put mo in tho samo room." says
an old philosopher, "with a number
of young girls, and I will tell you.
when tho postman knocks cnerely by
watching the looks of some, and the
actions of others how many of them.
aro in love."
Young Feathorly (waiting for
Miss Clara) "And so your Bister ex
pected mo to call this evening, did he.
Bobby?" Bobby "Ye, sir; I guess
she did. I heard her tell ma that she
had set the clock an hour ahead."
Mamas "Harry, what have you
been doing to the poor, ilog? He's
been howling dreadfully.' Harry
"Well, he knocked over your vase and
I spoke to him, and I gues s his feelings
were hurt." Mamma "yonccse!
Dogs can't understand whiat you say."
Harry "Oh. yes, they cr ia'whea you
kick 'em. Tmc
Officer "Look 'rhetje, you! What
are ye doin round 'here this time o
moral" Stranger fboldly) "Pa
(with moro under his coat, savagely)
"It camo from a ncj. av corse! What
in blazes did yer ii! it coino from? A
sody-fountin' ?" Pud:
Mrs. McSwyny "Oi'm told your
choild fell out o' tho top windy, Mrs.
Clinchy." Mrs. Clinehy "Yis, an' uv
mo littlo inon hadn i cooni along jest
at tho roit toime an" broke tho fall wid
tho top av his head, me bye'd been
killed." Mr. McSwyny "Did it hurrt
your hooslmnd. now?" Mrs. Clinchy
"Oi don't think !o. It broke Iub
neck, an' he doid without a groan."
TEETH WHILE YOU WAIT.
How tke Dentist Trln to Defy Tim a
Well an Nature.
"Four and live dollars sets of teeth
mado while waiting."
That is a portion of :m advertisement
that caught a reporter's eye and caused
a visit to tho olllco of the donti.it who
had inserted it.
Many men doubtless remember that
certain of thoir relatives remained in
solitary confinement for from two to
three- weeks whilo waiting the arrival
of tho ideal sot of grinders. Is it possi
ble that ono can havo one's own worth
less tcoth removed, an impression of
tho mouth taken, and new teeth fitted,
and all within an hour or two's time?
Tho dentist, when asked that ques
tion, answered affirmatively, "xou
Bce,usaid ho, "dentistry is progressing
Ilko overy thing else, and it is an
overy-day occurrence for mo to get up
a llvo dollar sot ot teeth in an Hour
and a half. Although it would bo
much hotter if. alter having teeth ex
tracted, tho patient would wait a week
until tho mouth heals nnd tho bono
which surrounds the teeth be dissolved.
still there aro ever ?o many who como
hero and will endure thu discomfort
and pain which of necessity follows a
quick operation rather than depart
How do I do it so quickly? Well,
by a method of process I use in vul
canizing or 'cookiug' tho rubber used
for the plate, which reduces that
usually long proces to an hour's time.
TCrt- It iti tint (i "ti;f!ii"tnrv. nor !
it any less expensive, Tjtit It sq3Migfe
Tho price of a false feet of tenth depone
almost entirely on the number aad
fllzo of the platinum pins which tho
teeth contain, and tho quality and tex
ture of tho porcelain used.
"Then, too. tho small manufacturers
of cheap teeth are continually cutting
ono another's throat, and tho peoplju
get tho benefit. Tho dentist has very
littlo to do in determining tho price.
Countrymen nnd fanners buy nioro
falso teeth than do any other class of
people. You pee, Mrs. Jones, for in
stance, has the toothache, comes to
town, and, after frantic attetnps to get
rid of tho pain, ha all her tcoth pulled,
and with a beautiful now tot, with
perhaps a little gold filled in front, re
turns to her village or farm. Mrs.
Smith sees Mrs Jones' tccth.-nnd not
content to Iw without any thing that
Mrs. Jones has, she. too, comes to
town and has porcelain substituted for
"Country people don't take proper
or even decent care of their teeth;
and, besidos, thoy cat too much pie.
And they, too. aro tho people who
want their teeth served up in an hour's
time. A countryman comes to tho city
expecting to do shopping for 'tho folks
at home,' take in the town, and pro
fide himself, and perhaps tho family,
iwith a set of teeth, and all in ono day.
Sometimes he is successful, too.
"Negroes carry a good deal of porce
lain and gold in their mouths, too, but
they almost invariably want tho most
expensive ets. insisting upon gold
plates nnd plenty of gold filling. I
have made a number of sets for ne
groes which cost one hundred dollars.
But in a year's time a negro will man
ago to break tho best set that I can
Xnake, and then, of course, he receive
bill for repairs.
"The gold plates are. of course, in
comparably better than the rubber of
the celluloid, end if n patient can afford
them I always advise iheir use." -NT.
I. Evening World.
NEED OF ARft.XEf?CISE.
Its Bn-Octt Kffrct on the
Throoch the Xrrus fry.'
Walking on an even surface, tha
variety of physical exercise which mot
business and professional men get la
town, is well known l? b a poor sub
stitute for nrm-excrtlon. The roaaoa
is partially plain, since walking it
almost automatic and involuntary
The walking mechrsism is set in aK
to on increased supply of rlchor, purer
blood, or whether tho continual dis
charge of motor impulses in some way
tores up another variety of force, wo
do not know. Ono thing I certain,
the victim of neurasthenia is very fcI
dom an individual who dr.tly uses his
anna for muscular work; with this, tho
limit of hurtful mental work is seldom )
reached. Walter It. Plait, .'. I)., m
Popular Science Monthly.
A skilled Chlnoso woo !'vorkcr, '
wno arrived in av xork soaiofmo
ago to take charge of tho fancy work
on a Chinoati town hall huing built, put
on airs to tho extent of saying that
America cabinetmakers could not earn
tnbir tobacco money in China, as most
of their work, while grand to the eye,
was coarso in construction. Any skill
ful Chineso woodworker, ho said, could
nako a bedstead that would bo worth
110.000 in China, but it wouldn't pay
to make such a ono hero, as it would
take three years' time and no Ameri
can would bo willing to pay such a
price for a bedntoad except as a curi
osity. In China, he said, bedsteads
aro valuad as ornaments, as pianos ara
Farm Loans Farm
SILL & STOW'E, Red Cloud.
AHE TUE SOLE A0EM8 VOU
I found on arriving in New York
and Chicago to bay goods, that manu
facturers and jobbers were more anx
ious lo sell me goods than ever, giv
ing me many bargains, which I shall
give my customers the benefit of.
Never in my business career have I
been able to offer better bargains to
my customers than at this time. As
money is hard to get, it will please
yon to be able to buy so much for to
little money. Very traly,
Undo Sara'p cotnUUoa ponder will cunMll
tcmiHT, oouph. coldn, feTcr and most of tliu
UlHoa.'kMi to xhlch horw, catU. lirvi. Ii;
and poultry "? MibJct. Hold Dy all ir:iggttt.
Eilert'4 extract of tar sad wild f harry It a
safe, reliable and piraaant remedy for couirhn.
-)lds. tiroiichltin, asthma and all throat trouble
tVIH rellero and benefit ooasutnptlou. Try It
ami be convinced. Krerjr boUle warranted
price 40 vnt and tl per bottle. SoM by all
drunlftts. Prepared brAsEtnncrt l'roiirtc
tary Co., Chicago. 111.
I'nrle Kam'i nervw and bone liniment nil
Jcllcve upmlns brulee. neuralgia nnd rtx-iuna
tism. sold by all dniRiclH-
oar popular hardware
dealer, say now that tUe republican are
in power again he has determined to
knock the bottom oat of barb wirw nnd
from this date will sell paintr'd barb wire
for $3.75 and galvanized for H '-'.'., and
will throw in ons poand of staple with
every 100 posada of wire. Thi i the
cheapen! 'that barb wire ha ever been
sold in Red Closd,
Of Ilrntrice, Nob., nud nro prepared to ranko t'arai I.o.u. on better
shorter notice than any other Arm. Both intercut and principal
here. Call ob m at ocr office over City Dreg btore.
Insurance Written in the Best Companies.
This space belongs to
Mps. Fs Newfeone
FURN TUBE FURNITURE f
W Ii. HAEVE9,
Having purchased the stock of
Formerly owned by Fred Wintou, will f-ell you Furniture of
all kinds, at very low figure. Call and him.
STOKK-Oook'B old lied Cloud Drug Store Building, Id
door west of Holland House, Red Cloud.
REAL ESTATE&L0 AN BROKERS
Call and examine our bargains. Correspond
GUMP & WARNER,
Ope.ra House Block Red Cloud
less volition nnd s p&rato (iichnrces
of force from tho "jraic surface with
each muscular contraction, as is the
case with tho great majority of arm'
The arca-user i a higher nnimal
than the ieg-tvscr. Anu-ssctions ara
more aearij associates', with mental
action than iep-raoemenav Aanaa's
lower limb acre: carrr lis higher
eeaters to hU food or woIs? The lat
ter raust be eiDOiel-' with his arsis
lee! lee!! Iee!!l
P. Barkley has a 1000 tons of
PUKE RIVER ice put up for the
trade during the heated mouths, an-
is bound to dispose of it, and has )
therefore knocked the bottom out of j
high prices Ij pattisg tho price down
to 25 cents per hundred pounds.
Give him year order. Remember
that it is ao tainted ereek ise bat
pure rirer ice. P. Barklit.
Any oae wiskisg to purchase a No.
1. sUllisa 3 years old, past, half Kor
maa sad cic-half Keatueey Grey Ea
gle, weight 12.50, woald do well to
call oa Wa. Haffnxn on A. Kilcy's
arm, 2r attics west and 1 mile north
of Red Cloud. Tcraw easy.
as wo would turn nn fcour-gla5i;
require.-! little attention, much'l
Notice is hereby given that 1 will
exasatae all persoa who may desire
to offer tfceauslves as candidates for
teachers of the pablie schools of this
coaaty, at Red Goad, ea the third
Satareay of each ssoath. '
Bra. J. Kjo.
r Sare regrets and parehase from a
I m ft i ii
bom ceater, wao wui sjits ysa m tar
far. dellar, old piaaos, old organs,
heaght for cash aid the sasse applied ;
oa s acw iniuaaieBi, seusiaciioB war
ratted. &lxa. J. B.ULtr.
WE ARE RETAILING
Groceries and Flour
At WHOLESALE Prices!
HACKER & PARKER,
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
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Lower than any yard in the world
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E. V.SntKr, Prts. Hzxkt CLJUunViee-Pres. Jo. R. Sortrr, Gtsmssev
Howai B. Catsbb, AMistsat Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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