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VOLUME XX IV.
Prominent among the New Kn(!latid
mon whoso bruins anil energy hare
helped to niiikc the western Mates rioti
and powerful is GtunT.il David T.
Boals, president of thu Union national
bank of Kansas City. Siieccssful in
bis nibny niterpribCH. he liveB today
in a fine iiimisioii tu the enrnur of In-!
deponduncu and Wabash liven.
Tho work and the responsibility
incumbent on tho president ot so im
portant a hanking institution as the
Union national would endanger tho
sturdiest health. Gon. Heals' clear
headedness and good senso wcio as
manifoat in tho oboico of a remedy as
in his business enterprises, lie
strengthened his tired nervous sys
tem by thu uso of Paino's celery com
pound. Its invigorating, health-giving
effects justified his expectations,
and showed in his own case tho re
markable powor of this much-discussed
remedy for thoroughly restoring
and strcngthiug the 'ruii.down" bjb
tern. "I found P.iino's celery compound
an agreoablo tonic and soothing to
tho nerves," sayb Goncral Heals.
Thcso arc tho conoiso words of
commendation characteristic of tho
conservative businefs man and tho
influential bankor, who has loarncd to
weigh well his words.
Tho scanty sunlight and tho stag
nant, used-up air of living rooms dur
ing tho winter reduces tho strength
and norvous enemy, especially of nor-
llllll LIM gnBtB naPBIII III! I M
BANK PM1FJT BEALS.
A Thoroughbred Short Horn
one: y i:it old.
ADiwKBs J. R, Harrington, Red Cloud, Neb.
Or call on him nt his farm eight miles duo north of Red Cloud.
tons employed constantly indoors.
Tho lived the absolute necessity of
a genuine invigorator at this spring
reason has impressed itself on tho at
tention of all thinking people.
In the fainouH laboratory of Dart
mouth Medical School, Prof. Edward
K Phelps. M. D., hh. D , discovered
tkc formula of Paino's celery com
pound, a remedy that has becomo tho
standard ncrvo restorer, blood purifier,
and btrcugthener from one end of tho
country to tho other, a preparation
that stands unrivalled as tho medioino
that makes peoplo well.
It is a fact, much commented upon
that mon and women of national repu
tation and prominence, Hkc Gen,
DciiIh, Stato Trcas. Golvin of Now
York, Mr. Carlisle's privato secretary,
Mayor McShano of Montreal, Row Fr.
Ouellct, Com. Howoll, ex-Minipter to
Austria John M. Francis, and a host
of others who aro caroful what they
employ when sick, and havo tho amp
lost opportunities for finding out what
is bst, have of their own accord sent
letters describing fully their perma
nent recovery from rheumatism, heart
weakness, sleeplessness, debility, kid
ney troubles, and diseases of tho stom
ach and liver. In all thcso oases
Paino's celery compound was the rem
edy that was ablo to completely and
permanently bring buck health, make
poor blood again rioh and pure, and
regulato and build up tho ncrvouH sys
tern w 1 1 on weakened and dormiged.
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 1, 1890.
CJoltl ritihlN t CJlllutt DUtrlil.
Hii.i.ktt, Col, April 27, ISilfi.
Friend Uowiner. At l have been
reading the Gri'at. Family Weekly this
afternoon it reminded mo that I prom
iied you I would lei ou hear from
me occasionally. We are having
beautiful weather hero now. The
roads are dry and dusty and it looks
queer tu see no vegitution at nil grow
in L-; the trees arc not leaved out and
one can sco snow in any direction by
looking on tho mountains, mill tho
roads aro dry and dusty. Business is
lively here in our little town. Thrro
are some lifiy houses in construction
at thu present time and some vory
good ones There is a stone store to
be darted in thu morning, 60x70, two
story, with brick front. I oficn wish
Hen Ludlow eould he her with his
brick yard, at $20 per thousand
There aro a number ui good mines
here the Luiiuln, Jack of Diamonds,
Cuekao, and many others. The re
duction work.", here, handle a great
deal of oie, something like fifty ears
per day and work fifty men at a shift
and they never stop, Thoro is anoth
er ouu building, and will bo need
for more There nro two or three
steam haists being put in operation
in sight of us, betides tho many wo
cannot see. Thore was a terrible fire
at Cripplo Creek, Saturday. 1 sup-
pose you have, seen au account of it,
but I must toll you a little about it.
Mr. Martin and I went over yesterday
to seo the ruins. It was next to tho
great Chicago firo. It burned over a
space of clavon blocks, all solid build
ing; burned the postoffico and over
25,000 letters. They had to put dy
aamito under somo houses to stop tho
firo and in ono instatuo thero was a
man in the house and he was shot up
into tho air 100 feet. Tho wero a
number of lives lost. Tho estimated
loss f proporty was $1,000,000 with
an insurance of $220,000. Tho town
is in a horriblo condition. Hundreds
of people made homeloss and penniless,
although some wero rebuilding. Wo
went around and took dinner with A.
L. Funk at tho Lincoln hotol and
there wo met the smiling faco of Port
Hcdgo. Ho seemed glad to sco us
and wanted to know if thero was
enough left in Webster county to go
to tho stato convention. I told him
I thought they would havo to got
somo from Kansas to fill vacancies.
Hn looked as natural as nvcry and I
think is doing well. I aw glad to
hoar you aro having such good rains
thero and hope old Nebraska will re
doom herself this fall. Hoping our
delegates to tho stato convention will
do ull they oau towards securing the
nomination for L, P. Albright for
stato treasurer, I will oloso hoping ho
may got tho nomination so I can como
homo and vote for him. I remain as
J. C. Wahneu.
In Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and
Amenoa, the five great continents, Slink
er medioinea are being nsed by Buffering
humanity for the ouro ot siokuesa nnd
Never was thero ench n universal do
mand, never each wonderful results.
Blinker Digestive Cordial, a cure for
indigestion, is prepared from herbs and
roots, and Is a natnral roinady, which
cares by aiding nature and not by fight
Shaker Digestlvo Cordial makes those
fat, who have beonmo thin by not digest
ing their food,
It roatortm the spirits and the appelitt
of thoso who aro dejected nnd fagged cut
from tho wearing effects of Indigestion.
It relievos thu oymntoms ot dysportln,
nnd, efter ulng for n reasonable tlra
llnully cures thu complaint.
Hold by druggiitH. Trlol bottlea It)
Dr. Price's Cream Making Powder
A Pure Qrapa Cream "l Tartar Powder
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Erick Horgeiuan killed six young
wolves anil one old wolf last week.
.1. Ruckles our assessor was around
assessing in this vicinity Wednesday.
O. E. ltamoy had tho misfortune of
having one of his horses get cut in a
wire fence Sunday.
Somu of tho farmers have cotntneno
od planting corn.
C. M. Wilson of Otto was south of
tho river transacting business this
Misses Hansen and Holmes of lied
Cloud wero in this neighborhood Sun
An Epworth Lcaguo was organized
at New Virginia hist Sunday. The
League meets each Sunday evening at
Mr. Ileaton A. McCall havo put
about 200 head of catllo in C. F. Gath
Emory and Everrctt Hcan and their
families were vuitory at Kcv. Uean
Tho supper at tho Dano schoolhousc
Friday night was largely attended
and about $10 was cleared.
Hugh Mihcr and wifo wore seen in
this vicinity on thoirhioyolcs Sunday.
Charley Sine and J. A. Lockhart
had tho good luck tho other day of
killing ono old wolf and capturing
scvon young ones.
Mrs. Lizzie Sorronsnn from near
Cowlos was in this locality last week
visiting her brother.
100 Kcwtml, $IOO.
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there is at least ono
dreaded disettse that science has boon
able to enro in all its stages and that is
catarrh. Unit's Catarrh Care is the only
positive euro now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being n constitution
al disease requires a constitutional rem
edy. Hall's Catarrh Cnro is taken inter
nally, noting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying tho foundation of the disease
and giving tho patient atrcngtu by build
ing up the constitution nnd assisting na
ture in doing its work. The proprietor's
have so much faith in its curative power's
that they offer one hundred dollars for
any case thpt it fails to cure. Bend for
list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY &C() Toledo, O.
2T8old by druggists, 7Go.
C, II. Rust enjoys telling what an
accomodating (?) democratic post
master tho people of Iiladcn havo to
Another fine rain visited this vi
rility Monday night.
.A. P. Johnson traded off his pony
team tho foro part of this wook,
John Hyland and wifo took thoir
departuro Monday for Grand Island
whero they will enter tho Soldiers'
Homo. Mrs. Hyland is over 80 yoarB
of ago and is in an almost lielploss
condition boing a great sufferer from
Nols Anderson was in Hastings
Richmond of Red Cloud was in this
W. A. Shottenkirk and his two
daughters, Alta and Ora, of Hluo Hill
took dinner with Mr. A. Reed's of
this placo Saturday.
Mrs. S. Day of Rod Cloud drovo up
Friday after her daughter Mablo.
Mrs. Doylo of Holcstino, who has
bocn visiting her mother at Heatrico,
returned Friday to Mrs. J. R. Horn's
and drovo across tho country to her
When Baby was sick, wo gavo her CastorU.
When sho va3 a Child, ho cried for Castorta,
When 6ho tecamo Ml, feho clurif; to Castorta.
Wfcca bho had Children, bko ga o them Cuatorifc
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
Mrs. H. Leo has received her new
stock of millinery goods.
I). P. Kimmol is somewhat on the
sick list and has a helper in tho per
son of a oung man from Luwreneo.
Our bicycle hoys took a run up to
Hastings Sunday. Hut mot with his
usual bad luck and it cost him a V to
get his wheel fixed.
Did yau spo thu two .loo's when
thc were up from Oklahoma last
It. Leo received a letter onnouncing
the death of his mother who resides
at Kussollvillc Iowa.
How to Treat a Wire.
(From l'acitlo Health Journal.)
First, get u wife; second, bo patient.
You may linvo grent trials and perplexi
ties in your business, but do not, there
fore, carry to your homo a cloudy or con
tracted brow. Your wifo may havo trials
which, though of less magnitude, may be
h nrd for her to bear. A kind word, u
tender look, will do wondurn In chasing
from her brow nil clouds of gloom. -To
this wo would mill nlwnys keep n bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house. It is the best and is sure to be
ueeded sooner or later. Yonr wifo will
then know that you really cnro for her
nnd wish to protect her health. For sale
by II. E. Grico.
Tho class of '00 gave a social at
tho school houso last Friday
night. If tho supper was a fair saro
pie, wo should judgo that many of tho
young ladies aro already graduates in
tho art of cooking. Several parties
from out of town wero in attendance
among thoso wero Lowolling C. Wil
son, Mortius H. Adamson and Kar
uestness G. Tcrrill and their respec
Owing to tho failure of their minis
tor to got hero in timo Sunday after
noon thero was no preaching at the
Amboy's Christion Endeavor met
with the Cowlos Endeavor last Sun
day. Hro. Nelson, n formor Cowles boy.
now preparing for the ministry at
Fairfield, spent tho Sabbath with his
many friends and relatives at thiB
placo. His friend Harmon Mottcr ac
Section Boss Hutchison haB just
finished laying new stcol rails from
this oity to Hluo Hill. John in ono
of tho best track men on tho It. & M.
and is woll worthy ol tho position of
Goo. Clauson is hero with his bridge
mon. Thoy aro going to put in two
now bridges south of town.
William Errott is boarding at tho
zoolopolitao, having just completed a
most successful term of school at
Polly Hall, who is attonding sohool
at Hod Cloud, spont Saturday and
Sunday with his folks.
D, J. Best, dispatcher from Oxford,
rodo down ont day last wook to sco
his mother, returning in tho evening.
Ho has recently purohased a $125 hi
cyolo direot from France.
Presiding Eldor Alexander of Hast
ings preaohed to nn over filled house
at tho M. E. church last Sunday.
Evorjbody is rejoicing over tho
bountiful rains this spring. With
tho raising of a big crop and the
olcotion of Win. Mcluuloy (?) wo will
forget all the hard times in tho past
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and our only thought will bo to Hto
for tho fill lire.
F. A, Good hud tho inisfortuno to
smash the front wheel of his lucyolo
ono night lust week. That bioyolo
wasn't built for two.
Mr. I). P. Davis, a (imminent liveryman
and merchant or Goshen, Yii., him thin to
say on tho nulijeot of rheumatism: "I
takti pli'iiHtini in reeoininending Chamber
IiiIu'h Pain Halm for iSeiimatism, hh I
know from personal exporionoo that it
will do nil that iw claimed for it. A ear
ngo till Hprlng my brother was laid np
in hrd with Inllnmntory rheumatism nnd
ll(Tercd Inteliselyy. Tho lirst applica
tion uf (JIuiluhorlain'H 1'iuii Halm (used
the pain hi ul thu use of one tint t It. com
pletely cured him. lor Halo by II. E.
W'v. Have IiL't-hltri
To continue our offer to Honil Tm: Citir.i
mill tho Nebraska and Kiiiiriih Knrmor
to any mhlret-H fur 81 10. Send in jour
luhlreks, nnd to tho suliscriber who will
Hend hh if I for TiiK Ciiikk nnd 'J5 cents
extra, wo will Hind Till MM COPIES
OF THE FAHMHR to any mhlresH ho
may Rcleut in tho Unittil .States or Can
ada, for ONE VICAR EACH. This ia
u premium offer for Tm: CitiKr.
Wo might tell jou moro about One
Minute "uugh Cure, but you probably
know that it cures u cough. Every ono
does who has used it. It is n perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness. It
is an especial favorite for children, being
pleasant to take ami quick in curing. O
Do You Wunt Piihttirc.
On llio let of tho month tha
town herd will bo started and if you
mint jour cow pusture.l cot nroand by
that time, us only a limited number
will bo taken this seuson. Appy to
10-21 C. II. Kaley.
For Sule r Trade.
A houea and two lots, in th south end
of the city, for dale; 'or, will trado for
horses, wiigon, harutss, otc. Apply to
lf4t W. J. Pkuiit,
Rod Cloud, Nob.
a fijm. ui,oon
Is kept for service at H. Day'a barn. Tola.
Hull was bred at Lincoln in the fall of
181)'.', whll his moMiur wan on exhibition
at tha atata fair. This bull took llrat
premium at the Webstar county fair ia
fall of 18!r.. This is tha beat bred Jersey
bull in Webster couuty. His weight i
l'JOO lbs. For furthur particulars, call at
. lAY'rt IIA11N,
Foot of Elm St, Ked Cloud.
Cull on J. II. Smith for inaurnnoa
agaiiiBt tire and lightning, also In euros
crops agninst hull in tho Furnieru' Union
Trees and IManfN.
If you want uny trees, shrubs r plants
this spring, now is tho timo to order
them. Strawberry phiutB, Hrst-class, CO
conte por hundred. L. II. Rust.
We Offer You a ,
IN5UKU3 Safety .
of Life to Moth
er and Gbiiti.
Robs Confinement of its Pain, Horror and Risk. ,
' My wifo used ' MOTIIEIIS' FBIKMIi" he-
I fnr.. I.lrlli nf ln-r Ill-It cli M Mho did not
i sutler from flttJII'N or IMI.S-wimrtuIeltly (
niilenilot tlioeruiiMl hour nurTiriii'Miut
lltllu sou law no p.un ouurwuru iuiu uur
' recovery wni rapid. .. . , ., i
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Rent by Mall or r.xnresH.ou receipt of
iirlrr, l.0 irr liettlo. Hook "To Moth- '
I cm" nulled 1'iee.
wunnn.N niidiarroit ro., Atunu, (i.
SOU) BY ALL DRUOOISTS,
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