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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Ohief.
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By A. C. Hosmkr.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, July 24, 189 .
'ul 18. No. 52.
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A5K YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Free of Charge to MY Customers
Given Away to Every purchaser
of 10 worth of goods.
f fchesc arc not Cheap Pictures, but fine pictures
, painted in oil and are fit to grace
any one's walls.
A fctriot account of your purchased will be kept and -wlion
-you lmvc bought in all 10 worth for oish, you will be
presented with one of these.
No advance will be made in prices but as usual with the
Cincinnati Shoe Store
We will sell you better goods for less money than any shoe
store in AVebster county,
F. G. BLAKESLEE.
Thai Xciv Bridge.
Some months ago The Ciukf was
among the first of the city papers to
favor the building of a new iron
bridge at Inavalc, from the fact that
those people up in that vicinity Vcre
entitled to a more substantial structure
ih an the old rookery that Ins been
staying there only by virtue of
there not being enough water in the
river the last two j'ears to wash it
away. The facta are that the bridge
committee composed tf Alfied Mc
Call, chairman, and Messrs. Crary,
and Laird, did good service in select
ing the bridge most suitable, and it
took them parts of two da)H and
night in selecting their plans before
they would submit their report to the
board, and out of about sixteen appli
cations the plans and spcci6cations
of the Chicago Uridge and Iron Co.
W'-tc taken, the biidge complete to
cost $0,100, the fame to be placed on
iron piers, the center pieces to be five
feet in diameter in the river and
those on the end to be four feet. The
road-way will he sixteen feet wide
and ihe whole bridge to be made up
of tac very best material. Through
the recommendation of the board the
bids were all made public, the re
sponsibility of adopting the bridge,
being placed upon the entire board as
a committee of the whole. The peo
ple of Walnut creek have to thank
Supervisor McCall for his earnest and
never ceasing efforts to procure the
bridge, and to his work is to be plac
ed largely the credit of the new iron
bridge just recently contracted for to
span the river between Walnut town
sfiip and Inavalc. However he was
promptly seconded by most of the
board and the people ot Inavalc and
Walnut townships, who saw the ne
cessity of a new bridge at that place.
The Chief is always gUd to see such
improvements go forward as the pub
lic demands require them, and it was
certainly' a necessity atthat place.
The Xcw Tcuclicrs.
The following arc the new teachers
of our city
Irlrirtir or llic
City Bakery and Restaurant,
For a sod Square meal. Hoarding and Lodging by day or week
All kind or Freli ISreari, Iie and fake. Headquarter
for Orange, I.eiaon and Ilauaua. All kind or freh
rruil and Candy, Xnl, Cigar, Tobacco. IYch Oylcr,
and iCe cream in eaon.
I os. Hermjkgei;,
,, , I
selected to take
Superintendent G. M. Caster
First Asst. Principal 2d ward Miss
V. A. Caldwell.
Second Assistant Miss Ellen li.
Principal in First Ward Miss
Mat tic K el ley.
The following arc the teachers
aside from the principal., but who
have not been assigned to rooms.
Miss Carrie Trobec, Mi?s Emma
Brown, Mary .Nye, Ada Howard, H.
M Outseir, Miss hula Warner, Miss
Addie lleigle, Miss Mamie Deal.
Suburban school Miss Jessie
The salaries of the teachers have
all been raised, $40 boing the maxi
mum price paid for teachers in the
grades below the h'gh school depart
ment, and for the high school depart
ment $."0, $55 and rfu'O will be paid.
That is right, the prices heretofore
paid have been too staaH to expect
effecient work. The teachers select
ed as far as wc arc acquainted with
them arc fully prepared to cope with
. the problems that will come before
them during the school year, and Toe
Chief is pleased to note that as far
as possible they were selected from
Red Cloud's young ladies who. we feel
confident w'll prove faithful and com
petent in the sch,ool work. The un
assicned teachers will be given ther
! rooms later on.
The board of public lands and
buildings has been thoroughly, inves
tigating the Hastings Insane Asylum
robberies. It has become altogether"!
too frequent in these latter days for
public officials to appropriate public
money to their own interests, and in
many instances on relinquishing their
offices to be able to live in affluence
with a monthly income that would
make on? of the common herd bung
his eyes oat so that they could be
knocked off with a elub, and that too
with a very small salary. If the
officers are guilty, and there seems to
be no doubt, they should be severely
punished so that 'heir successors will
fully understand that they must do
right with the public funds or take
During last fall's election, the re
publican party was handicapped by
6uch men as John M. Waltson, Walt
Sccley. E. Itosewater and numerous
other supposed republicans, who in
stead of working for tlie sure elec
tion of the entire republican ticket
did everything they could to elect
Boyd as governor. Tin Chief is
tired of that kind of republicans.
To them can be laid the defeat of Mr.
Richards, the republican candidate,
and an almost defeat for the balance
of the ticket. If those men are con
sidered the "war horses" of the re
publican party, excuse us. To-day
men are holding state appointments
who hare and are known to have
worked to defeat the republican partj
and yet they are held up as shining
lights. No wonder that the "tried
and true" republicans become sick
and wonder into strange path?, it is
enough to make them. The facts are
that Chairman Watson and his cohorts
arc still doing dirt and should be
fired off of the state central commit
tee and some good, hont, straight
forward and unswerving republicans
put in their places. Watson'a latest
prouunciamento that an election
should, be held to elect a successor to
Gov. Thayer is all foll-de-roll and
very silly, inasmuch as it is consider
ed mow'taffy for Boyd and an attempt
to make him (Watson) friends in the
independent ranks. Gov. Thayer will
hold on to the governor's office until
'02 or wc shall miss oujiguoss.
Mr. Frank Baily, who lives just
over the line in Nuckolls county, ws
in town Monday with a bottle of
ch;nch bugs that ht.,was sending j
ail to Prof. Snow, of the Kansas
State University to have impregnated
with the chinch bug disease. There
is no particular damage being ionc
by chinch bugs in his vicinity, but
there are some about for all that,
nnd Mr. .Bailey and his neighbors
think the. present a good time to
destroy them. Prof. Snow's method
is said to do the work quickly
and effectually. Signal.
John Patmor was 17 years of age.
last Thursday, and in honor of the
event his parents gave him a birthday
party and invited in numerous friends
of the. vouni: man, for the purpose of
warning him thac time flies and that
he would soon arrive at his majority.
The occasion was one of much plcasue
to all present He was the recipient
of many fine presents, among which
was a fine cake from Mrs. Julia A.
Knox and Miss Nora Butcher with his
numc and age thereon in bold relief;
also a gold badge which is the emblem
of the order known as the Sons of
Veteran's, of which he is a charter
Tru-wes at Deyo's.
Mrs. Sada Baily ia home from Lincoln.
Hammocks and croquet at Cot
ing's. Frank Van Djke has gone to Cali
fornia. The best stock of midline oil is to
be found at Deyo's.
For machine oils cheap call at the
second hand, store. 2 L
Cotting is still selling lots of wall
paper at way down prices.
We acknowledge a few moments
pleasant entertaiament by a band of
guitar sercnader last Friday sight.
The barn belonging to Mr. Fair of
Kansas, was struck by lightning on
Saturday last and burned to (tie
Mr. C. G. Dorsey, the tccciverwf
the Red Cloud National Bank, visited
in Beatrice, over Sand ly. He return
Mr. Hart, -manager of tho Franklin
Academy, was in Red Cloud this week
on business. He reports the Academy
in fine condition.
The many friens of Miss Jessie
Sherman, will be sorry to learn that
she is quite seriously afflicted with
Buy your paint of Cotting. Ho
sells the strictly Southern and Globe
leads and the Lincoln mixed paint
that cannot be beat.
Mrs. C. B. Crone, her daughter
Edna and son Elmer, left last Friday
for Iowa, where Mrs. Crone was called
to the btdiiJe of her sick brother.
J. McCartney, F. Anson, Cha?.
Mollejr ! lira. M. A. Fuller have
added their names to the Great Fami
ly Weekly for 1891 and '92. Thank.
Charley Smelser has moved to
Riverton and will opan a meat mar
ket there, Charley is a good fellow
and will run a neat market that will
be a credit to Rifcrton.
The board of supervisors have done
well in deciding to build an iron
bridge over the river at Inavalc. The
people in that part of the county arc
entitled to a good bridge.
The people of this city should not
forget that the reunion is coming on
verv fast and arrangements should be
To Ike Red Cloud Auction
More, at the Red Fit, Tor
Bargain or hII Kind.
Super iMr Proceeding.
Beard coarcned Ja'y 1G, IstU.
Members prtjcot 17.
Pdt.dim TawasWlp, upplw
for poor i
Jooe Si. Krans supplies fr
.8TrJ Julr Is, l-SM
Piatt Frcec A. C ceJ ....
II. A. Shinlle bd pti
Supt. fccWc minded j&uiIm
A fine hoc '-f notion? ire being
feold at lest thiti wholc.u.'e price.
Job 1-t-i of ladic'. children and
ccnta underware, ltdi' and tuics
k i ..i i - i.ir i ii A Munkie uil xe
. c. l- . i ii i I H. I. hnny r.x V ii K
gi.u.a....v. u...n .......... .,. -..v. wu-
laundrird, torchon and valettcicnnc
laces, bead tri turning lrir-h trimming,
velvets and other ubbon. cor.eta
Hat trimmings, hat and hair orna
ments, beads, Acning machine and
hair nils. Perfumery. Imi ton and
thread, needles and p ns. Jape ne
fans an J parosols, clothes line-
Zephyrs, Saxony and cotton arn,
IS I 7i
darning cotton, frilling, ladies' and p y TayUr repair
I. W Tuliev Med er
Neb Inst for blind. .
G K Coon ch pd rn bdg
Trader.! Lumber Cobdg...
K. S. Proudfit btidtre.... .
j C. U. Crouc costs
Mrs. Robert WiKtti.
J no. R. Wilcex..
Cozad A Co chair
Ly! tvrslcr repairs.
: MeaWrt pl ltf
Mjtcd and Arm4 thai tho cUfk
j draw w arrant to Ncbtaia UKf Qn
jmtKDir Willi f oal nt d-
trtfetUi at i 1 16 pr mu.
1 The folWmnc c audited
... ,q draw warrcot for
to iu'A ' !!3tHat ipv r....l l W
tr lQ!- AltulartmaB
np ii. O W. Ilttntaie) -
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., ijfJ J Klndnehor
yj . ii liiitnw
Wi W. C I.ir.l
cents neck wear, cuffs and collars.
(Irish linen,) carf, handltrch ef.
.it - ..i-....-. .-.j .:.;.;. -.-.i. i
pencils, clocks. Great inducements ( y K.hln
..,..: .. --..-, i. j-.i.. m.ii:-.--. ,. ...
uucicu m luuuuj ut.i-i- .'iiiuuiij r, t"iijan
goods for one half price wholesale ' j
doods mukt and will be sDld at any j. y
saenncc. Auction every raturdai, j ; p .Voore "
consignments solicitca. ll.W. Tulles
I) M. Huuter .a'ary At.
Trdcm I.-miber Co....
G K Coouo wk on bridtrc
r I l, l!f .. C
iue om timers campurc j,cob Kin0.,chcr
Monday night in the it. A. 11. Hall,' brdiw fcc
was a grand affa;r and a season ofjA. Morhsrt
much plca.xure for the "Boys in ltalc Journal hd noticu
blu." and their manv friend,. Noted " AJJion ap rd damage .
, , . , A C Bon " " "....
speakers wcrt- pre.-cnt form abroad, q- q Wilder " "
and the ladies of the W K. C., enter- ,u A Hawthorn med .cr pr'.
laucu mem in r0)ai bic. iuvocii- jj A. Hawthorn
in? was enjoycu uv ail prociu Thc lhU of j)f i)aiootel
cspeeiallv bv the olu souliers who
ift r I A
JW 00 j
oi it. iamorcii wu ,
1,0 It.rL-lovin lUrfum a-e i-iii ovr till i '. ' " "
love to gather to gether and recount ncxl rnocun-. j .Maggie I mmy eWLM
the trials,-vicisitude.anu pleasure oi t;chenck Cor lMllard care
the campaign or 01 to 0. li is a.i jd ovcr (ill ncxt mcotini:.
pleasure to sec them and Tuc CuiEK
never tires of hearing them relate
their experiences during that bloody
strife. To thc old soldier boys of
that period thc country owes its cxi
tcucc today. Wc would gladly give
the event more space but wc are too
crowded to do eo.
Progressive hammock parties ate the
latest craze, and it is said to knock thc
spots off progressive pedro or cuchcr.
Any progressive young gentleman or
lady can p!ay it. Thc piuc can be
enjoyed anywhere provided always
there arc plenty of shaded locations
for the hammocks so that thc fair occupant-
.-hall in no case be moonstruck
When the ho.-tcss strikes thc g'ng
every young man must march to the
next hammock. Prixcs arc awarded
to thc most entertaining conversation
alir-t, of cither sex. Th young gentle
man vole for the voung Iadic and vire
Cost in Insane case Boal laid vr
till next meeting.
Adjourned to July 1, U'91,11 a. m
Board convened Julv 10. lal'l
M amber f present 17.
Petition of 1. A. Attdcrs-an, II. A,
Stevens, W. J, Simpon and otlur
asking for an appropriat on f $200
00 to build and grade bridges blwwcn
Webstcrvnd Adams County on Sec 1,
Town -, range 9, laid ovor till nxt
Petition Klia Lockhart, Win.
McCallum and others for an apprepri
ation of 1200.00 to build
G. P Calhr
A. II. Crary
C. F CalW
I). G. Gricr ajpmUr fim
re bj tid, r Ml tax
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C. B. Cram twt Cum tu I set
C. A. Trol cl l?UaJii;
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J. C Warner colli
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Xu""f a' , ..,c f "mK. ..",,- I Mr, ri McFatland
ccc. o- anu ., .u anu -i. iw inu 1 1, , .
that Bed Cloud ever siw.
Those of our patrons
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S and 9, aftd 2o and 2U bema five ,. ., ,
miles of road, laid over till next Burnt-1 r.,.j
ir j . i ,. . , -..,...-.. -.w -
.-ujouriie3 iu one w cu
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Mombers present Is ., ,', . i,.-rhj,
i nc roau pciinwu ?to u t . ..
made to entertain the largest crowd a long hair on his shoulder or com- Payne and others prayiuir fr a rwad ., TUr r haaee
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picxion fowiier on his coai neve i between rcuom ana -.-, n ,
who have J '. rrV ? iu,. v A .1.. ,i.B- ' ' V" fcf W
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claims against the Red Cloud Xation-j 0. C. Bell, of Lincoln, has been ap
al bank or the First National bank of pointed receiver of thc Fir.-t National
Red Cloud, must file them within 90 ' Bank of this citv, and has assumed ! others came up.
days, so it would be wrsc to file them 'tbc duties of his office. Mr. Bc'l ii
a "cntienian oi wid! experience and
22. 15 and 1G. ! and 10 aad H and I
t'xa Town 3, lUcc 12. and thc remn
toe use tgood w?
(Jlto SkjeWfT ani
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic suhstancc. It is a harmless suhstituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use hy
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys TVorms aud allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieve
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and howcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Childreus Panacea-the Mother's Friend.
W. C. T. L .Vote.
The Union will meet during the re-
matnder ol the summer at the it-s-bytcrian
church, every Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'elock.
Thc Loal Temperance Legion
meets on Thursday afternoons imme
diately following the Uuion, at the!
Presbyteran church, at half past,
j four o'clock,
j Or.c line of work the ladies are
taking up is to see that the law
against celling tobacco to miners is
thoroughly circulated. The following
!has been printed on placards and
I hung in all places where tobacco is
, Skction 1. Sale prohibited
That hereafter no xn:rsou or persons
ii-itate shall SELL. GIVE, or
On passing a fine residence the
other day one of our reporters noticed
that thc window curtains were down.
Thinking perhaps that the people had
gone away, he. ever in search of news
accosted the devil, something like
this: "Say, Sancho, 1 woBdcr what'n
tHc matter, thc blinds have beta
down all day?"
'Sancho looked around, smiled,
and said he gflcfegi they'd failed."
Our reporter Ijajrardly smiled and
passed on, jrivJM the devil proper
credit for the asatf tion.
Prof. Daa retn this week
from North Bend, KaRjfc where he
ha; secured the saperlMBdency of
the public seheols of tliaC$laee. The
people of that enterpnsiag city will
find him a good asaa for the f4aee,
:n4 mt' cdaeated gentlcaaB. He
and his family will move there soawe
time next week.
has a state reputation? There rnuld
not have been a better appointment
made for thc benefit of the bank and
its depositors than Mr. Bell, a; all
can be assured of courtesy and fair
treatment, and promptocsain ajudicat
ing their claims as far a it lays in
his power to do o
Andy Berg received word from Nor
way, this week, that his aged father
had departed this life, on June 27th,
and was buried July 4th. Andy has
the sympathy of his many friends in
Oa the 25th of June, a son came
w giaaocn mc neansana ongnien me, . , ... . . f , b .
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Garlickjpjrtof the city every afternoon
of Chicago (nee Mrs. Adetla L. Hurl-f thioi: m my line of bosine
- ! . - ...
burtof Morris, N. Y.) Her old and; Jos. Uerbroer. the hakcr.
ai any friends of Red Cloua extend j Xtlce ! Teawrliera.
congratslatiABs. Notice is hereby gives that I will
t. .. t . A , i exaaaiae all persons who way desire
Dob t forget to ake your every. o of thciBQTe8 cnridd9 for
arraageaicBt to attead the old soldier's tc,cBe 0fthe public schools of this
Thc petitionrn c reprc-cnlwl bj , , , , . ,...
Ilandolph McNitt ...dJ It. W!JlLt.
, .' j.ii .Momber pre
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CVmjaiitte o brSl-i
and the reroontratic wa
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bridife ciulUee xerw
ad to .nrjjhit the md be granted aa prayej ; of im uf thcirVdS
oon.orany " LIe Mwosded and car hu ihlnV thH U mw
ft bribe followiog Tote icas Cary, ', , ',. ..-... k-i.r
r , rr ir-1 I i tVIt,
iMt. AiMtiaxD. iaoaa .a.cr, tl - wUri,r
Aylea, Jeler, iioBaai. run, roller- - , ..," .,, i.,.,.,, ft
"v"i " - w "mi
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mi.Mioncr, . r.. inorne, na report- , ., ... .... (nr Lbu
cd id favor of ope.ipg lh road that
notice of the Mine had been adrcr et
Used a provided by law and appra.a , (V pf
crs appointed to aMCM damage-, who w c
had made their report according to, t.V. - - ti.. -l. t,.
g. KCatfcr or '.' v-:..:r v?r ,;
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Ktsteher. Miller. Co. ..-", mUmA .AA ., ..
wneio iu.-v mimx.'- ---,..-. .- --
C. F. Cather and lion. Therefore "h"'"'''" " ,
ihc iww wi. mj(ct wmiimw v- . . . .j- -.,w.;m, .LaII
ie w-rT v-ve.1 .- - -
the Hae catabu.bci by W K. Tior6ejl,e " , '
-. ,. "V .. ,t,i hate tbrir rhOit:.
in Ui itate snau 5r.L.u Ulii. or
Fl'llNISH any cigarette or cigarettes.
reunion io uc oeia in ivca v,ioua, iniconaiy, at nea viona nn mc nairujn juwnaip .nc; '.t . wti .f ,0,ntli A MrCall,
Septesabcr. It will be the grandest jStor"day of each wionth. J Spriag of 13W. between c:ctIon27i J7 w , , , : ltmmit'
tioTerer seen in the Rablieaa D. M. Hust. Coanty Supf . j and W 21 ..d 22 15 iU.dr-wd lU !..
valley, thous.n.s of old soldier, and , jT bordered pjatud '" -f - HV
their friend, will be present on th.tj Mis, Kva M. I.wi, Joly IS, after aj
t long illnes sae pawed away in peace. w ao ww . .JC. . .- .-. - , j Ches Bris? Ito f t
m Liadsey, was qait, anfor-i The deceased wx brn in Keokuk S Ujft?' 8eo ;V u,e.B ea J"," 7 'rr the-aaa f Kl- U U WUt
onSatwrdaT Bight, aanag thc countr .Iowa. Deeeaber 11. ISTJ. agci T j j .i.. !.. . Pr fUs M teiaeasi7 ?-
I jioicu i'l s;irtT im.. - " . ,, f. .,-,-. j, a
urn Sfv H65r V v- ww -- j
windstoraa ia which his barn wasblowajl Tear. 7 moatbs. asd 7 days. She
dowa. Several other farmers sus-jaoved to this cxmnty with her avother
Uiard lose in the waj of hari eg 'and Svc brothers aiont six years ao.
.i. -- -:- i.:ii. mA - tu mr J She was well cstceased aad respettcd
their wiauaaills ana cora blowa OTer. . , , ? t
Tk..;...;iM(.. na:.. i,-...- bT all who knew her. rsaeraler
The daaaage is said to be quite heavy, ? ih,.. n:x ; .1..
U-TZ 7" -bi..C i ..-. ..X.M
prefeactol lanieeoaeour ! reuuve
bnt Bot altogether eiron.
It is raore4 tliat O. C. Bell of jaadfriead. Kev K. J- Baudall oftta
LibcoIb has received the appoiate8t! The entire eomsnaitj extend
their bcartlell syaapalbv to l
ers ia their sad Lereaveaeat,
Cavrles. LiMrola hm ffiTM th nr)ist
Preadint? Elder Jones preached a U receiver ef the First NaUoaal hank : a".r fef T!feU fWb J to mofir
- - -. -- . w. n rbaw m. rr iraDJ x
or tobacco in ny of lis formj, to aoj I eicllcnt Knuon ". " JttknlitoWi recei.cr ppoi.ll -n, toj fc M4,wl
r .,.,. 5?j j . trZTrf 1C "" rt" . Kr-Be!1 re-
t- - ' ". ... i . - . . . . iu!.J R.-wJialfv- lijk la A at ft
roriae'-"- v..v - . --
iceeived Lj eleik for haild-s troo
bridge aeroM the llpblic-a nterj
oreaed asd read. j
Board adjoraed--3 atctt at 8 . ta. j
Board coareatd at 3 a. as. JsJj 17,
Isxxc Fihr Tesaporai Chairauao
w.w.' j..- -
report of elliu
. ... ..
. IT - 1 i.f .w..tt
jrs vrij. j, , ,-w. wt
Tboas. Cca, KeUr, Tiah, Cather.
Irtn. HcCali. HaafaEel 1 1.
Ny.--Kjdhr. JiiUer, Ka.r,
r F. Iaib-r. !!. l'itri C
Me4 driei rArfd d
orss-ctt os bfflgea rdi Ia
rt Castoria Is aa excellent medldBe for chH-
drea. Mothers hare rcpcsiedlr told xao of its
good effect cpoa tbdr children."
Ds.G. a Osooos,
" Castoria is the beit remedy for childrea cf
which lam acquainted. I hops tho day is not
far distant aheaxnothers vrill consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thc various quack nostrum which are
dtrpyins their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing; syrup aad other -hurtful
geBta down their throats, thereby wart fog
Da. J. F. TTntcwnoK,
Section 2 Penalty-, , . j thunder storm approachiBg.
That if anv person or persons in mc reasoa the ladie's sai
this stnte shall violate the provisions postponed.
-(SBtoriaisMvadaptcdtochDdreaitet of this act, heshe, or they shalL on Deacon A illson has atatioa liW
I rccosamesd it as superior toanypnsKripticB conviction, pay for each, and every l meat-Biarkct plaa. aad Tcsaras to hi
More awavtat their owa Mara jfraa at
! Hack Liar.
knownto me. AacHra,5L D offeucc the sum of twenty-five dollars.
Ill So. Oxford St., Bror X. T.
t prottiaeat geatleaieB of Liseola
a sua who fally wBderstaads the
Tks Icnr has txrsaA th bear!.
TH hard. hard U pr lJ ord.
Xarareitlr4 mm we at Uy tbee.
Ia lave in 1. 1 f il mrt'i eaa rcc
Bat taty amiw'jry mta fee earmfeea.
Td amb tte kvtv . m
Beard jaarora till r .'lok - J&7pTs31- .1
- I V tnlj 0tV
-X .1, lZmmm AM4-V.. if 1 naW-f
inent hare spoken hicUy of their cxperl j T. R. Hayes, has purcDASed the
ence la their outside practice rith Castoria, Valley House Hact and is HOW pre
and alAoush ire oJy cava aajocR our r Tared to Tesoond to calls at all hoars
medical supplies what is known as xrular i f tb(J day and - qTS sboui4 j birthday oa Tweaiay, aad had a laraje
products.yetare free to confess that Oa - - ,. , Bmfaber of Vls vOttac friea te Sed
of the Holland llouse. "Price 25cta ( the afterwooH aad ereaiBg witk hiau
Capt, akiae had a birthday sapper
oa Tuesday avaaiag.
ArtharStaaam rxkhrated his IStk
meriu of Castoria has won ns to look
TJxrrrD Hosttax. axb DtspBarr,
'itr c. Sxrrn, Rrs.
I to any part of the city.
TI Iimr Street, Hear Tark (Sty.
Perfaaaery cafes are very fleaty
aboat acre,. Mrs. Hager receatly fammi ?
Caralea ecahi tfoar of the pretty wets ia hr cellar j
Of the best lot in the city. When I at oace. aad. later, Elder Piatt feaad I
in tr.-int nf anvthin in this line n- tT (MUnin.
member Perkins & Mitchell's old Mash and Otter of todies are ao
staid one door south of Jtiter Bros. I wkefe. X.
Board coaTcd at 1 p. as. Jslj
11S51. Mftxi Xr.;:r.
Hcxtera frteal JC. K. J. AL w 1 i s ear
The PetJtka frca Ptla Taai en6a ef Ciatia. wilt TXtt K4
ship akia Coaaty &ar5 t rieri Tr4aT J?y 1 w !
! aa tleet 198 lor rotntaas iirwakafc' to Jj g 759 srf wisavt tctI ea.
- ' "" I rote flt090 boad fr sh- far$e. Thc isiif sLa atted or ha-r-
J of baildmc aCoartHrt: at Illae.ls M1fj iiWat ii.s r. aot or
Aaf. 7, itta I H'B, provided the Coaaty Sfcat thaahl ihW, aW J etf to ebrae lhi
JlcaKTI to Bbt flilLlvjr -vtwI lccrtBwtr ai4 th c travclljas
the people, a ubi ap. Sati- cxptace t a diaUai eity. Ttfx
I anT(d thaL ih,prayer f the pKij- HUI Ho
lmirmiti. Tkw- tnak rf w4 I. W. TrttKT. J'
Totei a'llw; Aje K4her, - -
MiMer, Lairsf. Ztmartrawa, Tha. racaaale.
t...- 11. ar tfx.v a.t . -i.J ? A -i aaa wara aaf
j7?j( uraaw, nw. vw --.- -- - - r t
. Catlw, 1. ay Urary, irae w . r-. --r -
, Hmur, U. r. Lataer aaa aw . a ----
Myytni to Jaly la, 151, ai
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