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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., .Friday, June 21, 1889.
Hacker & Parker,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
New Billiard Hall!
P. L. Jeffers, Proprietor,
Bio, - - REDCLO D.
Fine table?, reasonables rates, nice treatment, is onx mono. 'Come and see us.
CITY LIVERY STABLE.
McAvoy & Fart? el, Props, -
Keep Fine Rigs and Good Teams
At Reasonable Prices,
, Commercial men and others will find this the best livery stable in the city. First
door east of Holland House.
RED CLOUD, NEB
. ' '
Hoi. Leoaard Swett, who died is
Chicago Saturday, was one of the aot
ed criauaal lawyers of Illinois. He
waa of remarkable preaeaee, of aciad,
of great aiagnetim at a speaker and
well versed ia the law. He gained
considerable aote as a politician, hav
iag takes aa active stand f o the prin
ciples of the republican parties from
its organisation to the present While
more or less conspicuous in Illinois
polititics he never held bat one office
in his life, that of member of the state
senate from 185S to 18C2. This was
the legislative chosen at the election
of 1S5S, the year of the remarkable
campaign between Abraham Lincoln
and Stephen A. Douglas, and Mr.
Swett was a conspicuous advocate of
Mr. Lincoln for United States senator
at that time and was after his warm,
personal political friend.
Aaaeaara' Valaatlea of Heraea, Mules
and Cattle of Webster Ceanty.
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CHEAP FOR CASH !
Dry Goods. Groceries, Millinery,
fec., is again before the public with a large and choice line
of goods, and is selling close for cash.
Latest Styles in Millinery always on hand.
THE TRAbERS LUMBER CO.
- Lower than any yard in the world
The Strike is Over !
And G. W. Dow invites youi attention to a few i e manv
articles he keeps in stock.
Repairing of every description done with neatness and dispatch. Satisfactiaa
guaranteed in every case. Aring cash in your purees and I will do
x you good.
G. W. Dow,
;- Blacksmith and Wagon Maker,
- :..-'. ' RED CLOUD, NEB.
Foele4 fcy a Xoeklas Bird.
Under a tree near the porch, an
old hen bad gathered her brood of in
teresting balls of fluff and promissory
feathers, some day to be real spring
chickens. Between the porch and
th tree, under which the old hen was
delivering a noonday lecture to her
thirteen children, lay a plump and
religious looking cat. She was not
one of oour scampish, frisky, half
fledged cats, but a demure old tabby,
too veil fed and perhaps too moral to
even look with evil eye upon the spar
rows in the bushes near by. She cer
tainly was at the time I speak of
when the mocking bird, whose cage
hung on the adjoining piazza, waa
moking a strange ditty out of "Hark!
Hark! My Soul!" and "Dem Golden
Slippers," combined as quiet and be
nevolent as a cat can b.
After awhile the mocking bird stop
ped whistling, and apparently direct
ed all bis attention to observing the
scene before him. All at once there
came from the mocking bird's cage
the shrill pipe of a young chicken in
pain. The old hen heard the cry, and
in an instant had left her flock and
flown with ruffled neck and wings out
spread upon the sleepy cat The cat
was terror stricken by the suddenness
of the assault, and received several
sharp pecks and scratches before she
could get away. The old hen kept
up the pursuit until the cat fled iato
the hoiise. The mockmg bird, whose
skilful imitation of a chicken's cry
had caased the disUrWaca ehaerilj
whistled: "There's a land that is
fairer than day." Pittsburg Dispatch.
The celebrated stallion, Oaward,
2:25 by George Wilkes, he by Hemri,
2:19i, was sold to-day to J. S. Gilroy,
of Pittsbarg, Pa., for 40,000. Onward
was the property of Kob Pepper aad
is considering one of the best sobs of
George Wilkes. He has a number of
gets in the 2:39 list
Prof. Curraa and Jadge Coin of
Superior will leave for Topeka, Kaa.,
est Monday on a aissioa ia the in
terests of the Order of Delphians.
Though two stoaths have aot elapsed
ajnee active work in organizing lodges
was commenced yet great success has
crowned the labors of those working
in the interests of the order.
Last week the most prominent edu
cators of Iowa expressed their high
appreciation of the merits of the Or
der of Delphians and promised the
existence of between 200 and 300
lodges of tbe order in the Buwkeye
state by January 1 1800. From all
sections of the country inquiries are
being made in regard to the great ob
jects of the Order of Delphians which
when th teachers learn they will
unanimously pronounce it the greai
means by which their interests, and
those of the profession generally are
to attain that success which the gran
deur of the teacher's work demands.
Though the progressive spirit of
education is recognized generally, the
material interests of our public school
system greatly improved, yet educa
tors are not slo to notice that those
interests that pertain to the teacher
the most potent ot all factors in the
production of educational results-are
aot what they ought to be. In other
words, the teacher is not surrounded
by those conditions absolutely neces
sary tu itis individual success profes
sionally, socially and materially.
Hence the great aim of the Delphians
is to bring around the teacher
such circumstances as are best calcu
lated to promote his interests profes
sionally; to stimulate him to that high
standard of scholarship necessary to
bring his school work to that degree
of efficiency commensurate with the
requirements of the progressive edu
cational spirit of our time.
The next six months will doubtless
show a growth of the Order of Del
phians unprecedented in the history
of secret organizations. The matter
will receive a prominent consideration
at the approaching National Teachers'
Association to be held in Nashville,
Tennessee, next month.
HackllH's Aralea Salve.
Tlie best sa've in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns; and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures, or no pay required,
it is guaranteed to filve perfect satis
faction, or maney refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Henry
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persona who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
Saturday of each month.
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XiVA. O. XUSQ.
16 will buy a good harrow at A. L.
AIbny,H.T,J.A-TTJLLEY, VJoa-Pi isliSWt
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO.,
PAID UP CAPIIALOfiOO
Red Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
H. Clarke. Albany. New York Geo B. Beach, BalstonSpa N.Y.
W. H. Bobeson, Albany, V. Y. E.- S. Francis, Pttklield, Mas
B.V.8hirey D.M.Piatt E. K. Highland. J. A. Pulleys M.B.McX
On improved farms in Nebraska and Kansas. Blonev furnished as Boon as tot
security is approved. Principal and interest payable in EeJ Cloud
The MONARCH Mixed Paints !
This is guaranteed and proved by chemical analysis
to be composed of strictly pore lead, zinc and linseed
oil, with no adulterations of Barytes, whiting, alkalies
water. The best is the cheapest. For sale by
C. L. COTTING, Druggist.
R. "V.Shieey, Pres. He.nrt CLAK,Vice-Prts. Jno. R. SHIREY.-Cashiar
Howard B. Cathks, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK,
Red Cisud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL; - $75,000
Transact a general banking business, buy and sell county warrants. -""
county, precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell foreign excLi-
Jas. McNeny. J. ATTulleys, G. W. Lindsey. ft. V. Shirey.
John RShirey. E. F. Highland.
Henry Clarke, A. J. Kenncy.
Paints, OUs, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska,
Just received a fine and complete line of
teachers of the public schools of this
county, at Red cloud, on the third Ladies' Summei Goods, Lace and Swiss
Embroidery, rlouncings, Hamburgs,
Laces, Jerseys, Chalnes, L-awnsr
State ot ICDraskaJ
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Sateens the latest styles. Shirtings, 'ginghams, dress trim
mings, nosiery ana gloves, raoas sola ax xne low
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Oapoeite First Natioaal Bank, Bed Cload.
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