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STATE AND OTHER NEWS.
Dawson county lins patted with its
lolRhlnff and fartiiora aro rowing wheat.
Every family should uso Dr. Sawyer's
Family 'Curo fur all family difficulties,
uch as Sloinnoli, Liter' Kiduoy oud Qovcls
I. A. Fort of North i'littte in tin onthu.
ii nt on llio Bubjoot of Irnmntlon.
Call on your JrtiRtfint for a free srmple
paoknuo of Dr. Siwyer's Family Care.
After IryliiR it you will nlwnys keep it in
your family. Doyo & Qrioe.
Riuhard Costln died nt his homo, in
Willow Island, at tho.ripo ago of sevonty
flvo. Holcaoao wifiund eight child
ren. LaJloi: If you have suffered a long
time with dlsenseo peonliar to your ssx,
try Dr.Bnwyer's Pnntllles. They will enre
Tho publiRhera of tho Blair Courier
huo fltartcd in to colloot back subscrip
tion by legal procens.
Ladles: Irrrgalarttm aud all those
pains and dlstrosslng diseases peonliar
to women are posltlrely and cffeotually
cured by tmlng Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles.
Doyo A Q riot. I
Oobanoy, tho Nuneo county ruurdorar
linn been vory siok of lato.
Mrs, l'tnlly Thorno, who resides as To
ledo, Vahington, says she has never
been ablo to procuro any modiolne for
rVioumatinm, that relieves the pain so
quickly and effectually as Chamberlain's
Tain Unlm, and that she has also used it
for larao back with great success. For
snlo by Deyo & Orlco.
Hon. K. II. Honry of Columbus is
slowly but surely recovering from his
tedious and sovoro illness,
Dr. Sawyer's Family Care cures htad
Dr, Sawyer's Family Cure cures bll
HouBiHHs. Dr. Bawyer's Family Cnre cares kidney
Tho pooplo of Norfolk havo decidod to
build an opera house, that will bo u credit
to tho city. .
Cough! Cougli! Cough!
It you want to, but if you desire to stop
got a bottle of Uckk'h Cherry Cough Syrup
It will stop your congh in five minutes
Bold and warranted by Deyo it Grlce.
Tho lato rovivuls at York have glvon
all tho churchos an increased member
ship. Mijmt Ih it? It is a bottle. What is a
boltloT Syrup. Why do I see it in so
many house? fleoauso everybody likes it.
What la It for? For Coughs, Colds and
Croup, Whooping Cough and Consump
tion. What ib Its name? Parks' Cough
Tho includes aro having a run among
tho children of Central City und Pulmor.
Dr, Hawj or 'a Family Cure cures Stomach
Dr. Bawyer's Family Care cures Kidney
Dr. Snwyor'fl Family Cur cures Liver
complaint. Deyo it Qrioe.
Tho Kuglo Eaglot celobrated tho holi
dujB by putting on n now dross.
Nonpareil Ilulr Cnrlcr
Will keep tho Hair in curl the dampest
wrnther. Kvory bottle positively guar
auteod by Deyo t Qrico.
With becoming modesty tho Columbus
Journal calla a leg u limb.
IScukh" Cherry Cough Syrup.
Jlho greatest and best Cough By rap.
It will relievo a cough quioker, surer and
more effectually than any thing on the
mnrkot. Bold and warranted, by Doyotfc
Vomd vmnpireo have been looting the
stores at Lodgo Polo.
Ilcutluehc uud Indigestion
Cnn be cured. If yon don't believe it try
UeRg'n Little Giant Tills. Bold and war
ranted by Deyo Jk Qrice.
Tho citizens of Fremont aro Btill agita
ting tho cauul question.
timnll boy (aldo) "Ueo whiz,,' but those
Llttlo Giant Pills tnko the cake. Bold
and warranted by Doyo & Qrioe.
Furmo to ronC are in grout demand in
Parks' Buro Sure jn a positive apoclflo
for women who are all "run down" and at
oortafn times are troubled by back-aches
llic) closure tnxod in Morrio county
nnd the ownoro aro threatening to trudo
their wheols for dogs it tho turllT is not
"If you don't look better, feel better
c'lt bolter nnd sleop better, bfngit back"
That is what we sny when wo sell a bot
tle of "I'a'lis' Suro Cure ," If you aro not
fooling Just right, if your head nehes;
your stomach distresses you; if you are
''out of sorts'' aud don't know what the
trouble is, why don't you try a bottle on
this guranteod plan? "'Wo will take the
chances if you will take tho medicine."
Tho Kourney Journal that wus thought
to lMtro oxpiiod is on dock" ugaln ns lio
Jy as ev(or
Ldies;-Vour, neighbors may be WeV
by Dr. Sawyw'e Pastillei but yon ner
will know how inuoh gooa inoy wm mo
nntill yon try them. Deyo fc Grloe
Tho (sheriff of Buffalo county has takjli
unto hlmeelf ft wifo as ChrltM jffres-nt
THE RED CLOUD
Beat h of Cftarlcy Boynton.
Tho following nrticlo which rolatoa
to the doath of Charley Honton,is pub
lished at this lato dato by request, as
tho young man hua many friondR hero
whodcelrolo know fully how ho mot
his druth. EntTOit.
Charles Hoynfon, a well known and
popular Droman iu tho employ of the
Illinois Central, met death in a shock
ing manner shortly after noon ycitrr-
'About tht noon hour an extra
freight train, in clinrgo of Conductor
J. B. Cornelius and Engineer Ilobcrt
Potrio pulled out of the Freeport
yards bound for Dubuque Charles
Boynton started on the trip at Pctrio's
firoman. His wife and child accom
panied him to the round houso, and
stood on tho crossing waving tlicir
hands the train pulled out of the
yards. Tho next time tho poor wife
gazod upon her husband's form it was
in death. Tho cngino .which pulled
tho train was No. 448, ono of the new
lingers' moguls which had just been
sent tut from the shop, and it was the
engineer's first trip west. Engineer
Pctrie, ono of tho most careful engi
neers in the employ of tho company,
was very proud of his new ongino and
so was his firemap. As tho train op
proaohtd Preston's brldgo tho fireman
leaned out of tho gangway to get a
good view of the cngino in motion.
Ho was so delighted with tho move
ment of the ponderous wheols that he
forgot all about the bridge. As the
engine shot across tho bridgo tho fire
man's head oamo in contact with tho
sido of tho bridge and ho was knocked
from tho cngiue. Head Brakoman F.
0. Leo was riding in the engine at
tho time and ho saw Boynton fall,
and at onco informed tho cnginear
who quiokly stopped the train. The
trainman went to tho assistance of
their wounded companion and carried
him back to tho caboose. Ho was
alive when picked up but uuconscious.
The train was at once backed to Free
port, but Boynton died before tho city
was reached. Coreuor Dcitrich wai
informed of the accident aud at once
held an inquest in tho caboose whore
the unfortunate yoilig map had died.
Tho first witntss to testify was head
breakman, C. F. Lcc. Ho said that
ho was riding in tho cngino at tho
timo ef tho aocidont and was looking
out of the cab window as tho train was
approaching tho bridgo across Pres
ton's orcok. At that timo Fireman
Boynton was leaniug out to the gang
way, holding onto tho railing wnh
both hands. Tho bridgo struck the
fireman and he was thrown from the
engine, his body striking ono of tho
rods of the bridgo and thon fell down
on tho tics. Leo immediately inform
ed tho engineer, who stopped tho on
gino. Thoy ran baok to Boynton and
found him laying just as ho had fell,
gasping for breath. Thoy took him
off tho track, then backed up tho
caboose, plaocd tho wounded man on
board aad backed tho train to Free
port. J. B. Cornelius, tho conductor of
the trail, said that the first he knew
of tho accident wus when Brcaknan
Leo oame running baok to th cabooso
and reported that tho fireman had been
killed on the bridgo. Ho assisted in
earning hinfto tho caboose. Boyn
ton was still aliyo, but aicd at 1:05
before tho train reached Froeport.
Engineer Petrie tcstiGcd that he
know nothing of tho acoidant until
Loo hollood t him that tho Grcruai
had been killed, Ho slopped the
train and backed up to tho body and
helped placo it in tho caboose. Mr.
Potrio further testified that Mr. Boyn
ton had been his fireman for a period
of about two years. Ho thought the
bridgo was a standard bridge and
thought tho cngino was wider than
othors. It was a now cngino and it
was the first time cither himself or
his fireman had been in it. Tho on
gino was a( little over nino feet wide,
while tho ordinary Hickloy freight is
eight feet and eight and ouo-half
Kirk Walters, tho hind breoktuan,
corroborated tho statements made by
tho othor trainmen.
Dr. Buokley, who had examined the
injuries of Bojntoo,testifud .that ho
found a fraoture of tho lower jaw and
right cheek bono and cxtmisivo frac
tures of tho frontal bono; also a, lacer
ated wound of tho right elbow.
Aftor listening to tho above testi
mony tho jury returned u verdict to
the effootthat Charles Bojnton oamo
to his death by being accidental!)
hit on tho head bv a bridgo' over
Preston's creek, thoroby causing se
vere fractures of tho frontal bono, and
CII1KF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894.
(other fatal injuries. t
j 113 jury was composed oi nenry
B. Witt", foreman; Henry J. Keller,
GfcrgM II, Lubber?, Fren.: B Ium nir,
(I B IV o and Fr nk ii"ger.
Af'er ihu i'nquot tho body of Bjj&
ton uas taken to his homo ncir thr
gns works. His family coiikSmh of
his wifo and two children. Ho was
the son of B. F. Boynton of Bock
Fall, ono of tho oldcspassengcr con
ductors in the employ of the Cliicngo,
Burlington and Quinoy. The boy
was born at' Grass Lake, Michiunn,
September, 18C2. He was formerly
in thn otnploy of the Chicago, Bur
iinqtoa and Quinoy, and went to
work for tho Illinois Central about
two years ago. His fellow employes
havo nothing but werds of praiio for
tho young man. He was steady and
reliable, and his death has brought
sorrow to many hearts. Tho young
mau'H fathir rsaehed Freeport this
inorning, and will accompany tho
body to Grass Lako this evening
whero it will bo interred.
Mlil-Wlnlcr Fair Rates Down.
Tho Burlington routo is now selling
round trip tickets to San Francisco at
933.no. Ono way 920.
Think of itl Four thousand miles for
less thun forty dollars.
Sco tho company's agent and got full
information or writo to J. Francis, Gen
oral Passongor and tickot agent, Omaha,
Binco its first introductions, Electric
Bittors has gained rapidly in popular
favor, antll now it is clearly in the lead
among mcdioinal tonics andaltorntivos
ontalning nothing which reunite its
as a bworage or intoxioant, it is reoog
nized as the best ind purest medicine for
all nilmonts of Btomach, Liver or Kidnoys.
It will euro Sick Hoadaohe, Indigestion,
Constipation, and drives Malaria from
tho system. Satisfaction guaranty d with
etch bottle or tho money will bo refunded.
Price only COo. per bottle. Sold by C. L.
Tho big wolf hunt in Dawson county
was not asuccess.
Money, experience and skill cainot im
prove Dr. Bawyer's Pastilles, for disoascs
peculiar to woman. Ladies send to your
druggist for a free sample pnekngo. Deyo
Boyd county has voted to fund its in
debtedness. All that money, experience and skill
can do has bean done in the preparation
and manufacture of Dr?Bawyor'a Pastilles
for ladies. Deyo &. Qrioe.
Two tough barbers of Elm Creek woro
drhon out of town by indignant citizens
for turning their shop into a brothel.
Money cannot buy a romedy equal to
Dr. Bawyer's Family Cure for Indigestion,
Billlousness, Kidney diflloulty etc Deyo
Tho Koarnoy Journal is not getting tho
patronago necessary to koop bo largo n
papor iu "groaso."
Lndlcs: Do not suffer with pain on
top of the head and in the back when Dr
Sawyer's Pastilles will absolutely and
positively our you.
Carl Kramor, formerly pootmastor lit
ColumbuB, has orgunized a collection
agoncy ut Omahu. -
Plearont, safe, harmless, Invigorating,
rostoriug, healing, uurativo, is what Indies
will Uud Dr. Bawyer's Pastilles for disease
of women. Deyo & Qrice,
During tho post two weeks, G. Lichen
borger of York county has lost 150 hogs
from cholora. ,
A aap of Parks' Tea at night moves the
bowols in tho morning without pain or
ISucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cute,
bruise, Bores, Ulcers, Salt rheum, fovor
sores, tottor, ohappod hands, chiltbluins,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and poni
tivoly cures pilos, ornopay required. It
is guarnntoid to giveperfeot satisfaction
or inonoY refunded. 1'rico x cents per
box. ! or snlo by (Jotting. tf
Sumner lias tho finest depot of any
town on tho roud from Koarnoy to ChapJ
Ladies: Quo trial will do more to con
vince joa of the merits of Dr. Bawyer's
I'H8til!es tjien all we can say. Try n snm
plo pnokage. Dejoi Qrioe.
Tho peoplo of Douol county uro thor
oughly alive on tho question of irrigation
Opo trial paaknge of Dr. Sawyer's Pas
tilles will prove to any lady that the ro
medy is what sho wants nnd will curo her.
Doyo & Qrice.
Holiday skating in Nubrasku was ruin
ed by tho Indlun summer weuthor.
Baft, sure, pleasant, restoring, harmless
iuvigorntlug. curutlvo nnd reconstructing
nro facta of Dr. Bawyer's Pastilles for
dltcascs of women, Deyo and Qrice.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
HIS VIFE SHAVED HIM.
Bho Wasn't Going to Ito iMtft to Church If
Htio Knuir It.
Tho story was told by ti Ulkntlvo nail
who wns evidently from tho country.
Tho bnrbcr drow it ontby tho usual ques
tion nsked of now patrons, "Doyounj.wo
"Not much," wai tho reply. "Docs
my face lock nsif Idid?"
Tho barbir confessed that ids faco wns
in good condition, whereupon tho talka
tive mail added, with n chuckle:
"Aud I don't usually get shaved by
any barber, cither."
"How's that?" aRkcd tho barber.
"My wifo shavc3 ino," answered tho
tulkativo man, with another chuckle.
"Sho's douo it overy day for fivti years,"
ho ndded, "audi ain't nover had any rea
son to complain of her work."
"Who taught her tho trader" nsked tho
barber, becoming interested.
"Learned it herself. It camo about
this way: Ono Sunday morning soon aft
er wowero married I started off to a bar
ber shop to get shaved beforo going to
church. Tho shop wns crowded, ns I
know it would bo. But as I'd nover been
nny great churchgoer I didn't hurry. I
waited for my favorito barber, who of
courso was everybody's fnvorito too.
Aud when I finally got homo it was pret
ty lato. I thought my wifo would got
tired of waiting, you sec, nnd go on to
church nlono, expecting mo to follow.
But sho hadn't. Sho sat with her tilings
on, nnd when I saw her I was prepared
to catch it," and tho talkativo man gig
"And did you catch iff" prompted the
"Well, sho wanted an explanation, nnd
of courso I told her tho usual story about
having to wait.
" 'Well,' says sho, 'you won't do no
inoro waiting around barber shops while
you nnd I livo togothor. You cau shave
yourself in future'
" 'No, I can't,' says I. 'I cut my face.'
" 'Then I'll slmvo you, says sho.
" 'You can't,' says I.
" 'Yes, I can,' says sho, 'and I will,'
"I thought tho best way to convince
her nnd keep peaco in tho family was to
let her try ft once, so tho next Sunday I
submitted, telling her beforohnnd that
if sho didn't givo mo a clean shavonnd
no cuts, I wouldn't go to church. Well,
sir, sho gavo mo ns goodnshavo as lover
got from a barber, and after that I lot
her kcop it tip, andl'vo nover been sorry
for it. I toll you, it's n luxury there
can't many poor men afford."
"Next I" uaid tho barber. Buffalo Ex
press. Cotton Factory Experiments.
A system of moistening tho nir of a
cotton factory as is required in sonio
departmenta of n mill beforo blowing it
into tho rooms has been tho subject of
much experiment. It has been found
that, if n jot of steam or vapor is dis
charged ino tho main duct anydegreo
of humidity desired can bo obtained, but
nil tho nir is moistened alike, being dis
tributed to tho different rooms by tho
risers leading thereto. That, however,
which is best ndaptcd for ono depart
ment in a cotton mill may not prove
equally f avorablo for another.
Then, too, tho introduction of moist
uro at this point may work disastrously
to tho walls of tho ducts and risers. It
is now found that this objection may bo
overcomo nt a small expense, by carry
ing a Bteam pipo down through each
room and putting opposito each opening
in tho fluo, through which tho air enters
tho room, an outlet with valves for regu
lating tho flow of tho steam. In this
way tho oxhaust steam from tho cngino
which drives tho blower flows into tho
room, and being caught up by tho cur
rent of nir pasoing from tho fluo is thin
distributed throughout tho room. Ex
perience with this plan through cold
weather has proved ita peculiar vnluo.
Now York Sun.
A long chapter of dentists' secrots
tho secrets revealed to them by custom
ers mudo unconscious bnttalkativoby
gas has been rovealed by a conscience
less tooth puller up in Pittsburg. Ono
society young lady sworo several lines
of blank spaces while a tooth was being
drawn. A burglar taken from jail to
havo a tooth pulled confessed all tho de
tails of his crimo when under tho "in
fluence" und parted with 10 years of
liborty. Occasionally men want to fight
und nro very strong; othors are jolly und
Tho most interesting story of tho series
is this, told by ono dontist of another:
"I know of a young dentist who was
head ovor heels in love with a protty
girl, but ho could nover make any head
way with' hor. He was bashful. That
was tho main trouble. One day she
camo to him to havo a tooth pulled. Ho
administered gas, and bdforo sho revived
sho lot enough drop to assure my friend
that if ho proposed ho wouldn't bo re
jected. Sho is his wife today, and if it
hud not been for tho gasl don't suppose
tho wedding would ovor havo conio off."
Washington Nows. '
l'rlnceis Ilnheiilohe'i Inherltauce.
Priucess Hohenloho, tho wifo of tho
governor general of Alsaco-Lorraino, in
herited from hor undo, a Russian gener
al, estates in Russia worth 80,000,000 or
40,000,000 rubles. Under tho Russian law
foreign nonresidents cannot hold proper
ty, und tho princess is compelled to soli
her estutcs nt onco. Sho asked tho czar
to gruut her a littlo time, us tho financial
stringency, which prevails in Russia as
well ns in this country, has inado real eg
tato hard to disposo of. Tho cznr, how
over, for political reasons, refuses to
grant tho extension, and tho woman may
bo ablo to realize only 15,000,000 or 20,
000,000 rubles from her heritugo.
M'liy Ambition It Honored.
"Why do wo honor ambition and do
spiso uvarico, while they uro both but
tho debiro of possessiou'r" iuquiiod a
friend of Richard Drinsley Sheridan.
"Because," answered ho, "tho ono is
natural, tho other artificial; tho ono tho
tigu of mental health, tho other of men
tal decay; the one appetite, the other
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Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphinoiior
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years' uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms nndallaya
fcvcrlshncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castorla relloves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend
"Castorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers bare repeatedly told me of IU
good effect upon their children." .
Dr. O. C. Osgood,
" Castorla Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hopo tlio day Is not
far distant trhen mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, nnd uso Castorla In
lead of the Tarloui quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
gents down their throats, thereby seeding
them to premature graves."
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Tke Centau Company, TI
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