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M VOLUME XXIV.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUNE 5, 1800.
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H r Durham In In a rliiitH ItHvlf. You will find one BBk
IftVfl ' cuuiion Indite ciich two ounce liaf, and two cou- W
VVJ pons liibldu cudi four ounce Ung of IBVA
I Genuine Durham I
UuynbnR of this celebrated tobacco nnd read the coupon f&VVVf
m Decoration, It9
MRS. IRENE BICKNELL
ANNOUNCE TO THE
as well as her old customers,
THAT SHE HAS ON HAND
LINE OF MILLINERY
IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
And prices to suit the times.
Eses taken in exchange.
Friends, come and see me.
"Yon narblt njlnstrel's Vokekss sloi?
(n deathless son shall tell
When man a Vanished ae halh floWn
The slor ho? he fell;
Jor )m, nor Ojane, nor Winter's blijljl
Jor Time's remorseless doon;,
Slall dim one ra of Ijol liH,
Thai $ilds your orious tomb."
as wm 3
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Iiul we have all the S
Plasters, &c, :2S
lrm! vKv JIIbB
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2 that will cure them up in a hurry.
Call on us when
C. l. COTTING. 3
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBEM K COAL
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Harness 1 Harness ! Harness !
'he Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red Cloud. Prices right for cash
Laet Saturday was, an usual, remem
berod by the old soldiers and their fami
lies, tho BHme being Decoration Day.
The program wbb fully carried out and
at ono o'clock tho Grand Army of tho
Republic, tho Woman's Ilolief Corpa,
civilians, etc., formed on Webster street
in solemn parado and marched to tho
cemetery, whoro tho graves of those who
had givon up thoir lives for their coun
try's honor, wero lovingly and tenderly
decorated with beautiful llowers, after
which the Gartiold Post and tho tiring
equad marched to th monumont and
paiil tho lnit honors to thoir dead com
rades. Tho beautiful ritualistic services
wero said and then there wore tho usual
threo salutes llrod, when the suddonod
throng returnod to tho city and after a
few appropriate pieceB by the Son'B of
Veterans band, the crowd congregated
in the opera houeo whoro thoy had tho
plousnre of listoning to an eloquont nd
dreHs by President Dungan of Cotnor's
University, of Lincoln. Tho sorvicos in
tho opera houyo consisted of music,
songs, otc. Tho membors of Gnrliold
Post and tho Indies of tho W. R. C. al
ways proparo a good program for Mo
morial and Decoration days and descrvo
credit for their loyalty to tho doad
horoos who gave up life and liberty that
our fair land might not bo diBmombored
by tho onemies of froo government.
May their dovotion novor wane, and
when it comes their turn to bo carried
to tho Bilont city, may tho same kind
romombranco bo givon to thoir valiant
doedB, that thoy have beon giving to
those who havo laid their livts upon tho
altar of thoir country in days geno by.
A women's headaches may com from
several oqubob. She may have a Hoad-
none arising from nerronsneii!, or from
digestive dlstarbanoeH. Nile eaias oat
of ten, her hendnohen comu from disor
ders pionliar to her iex. It ray show
itself in tho symptom which are tiar
aoteristio of a dozen disorders. Thoas
ands of times, women have been treated
for the wrong disorders. Dr. PJprou'a
Favorite Prescription wan oott0lltod
for tho sold purpose of rollovins; wan
kind of these ills and pains. TUeosands
of women have testified that after taklag
treatment from several physlotans with
out benellt, the "Favorlto Prescriplo,
cured them completely and qniokly. It
has been used for oyer thirty yenrn, and
hna an nnnroken ronord of snooess. Tho
woman who heflitntes in invitt'd to send
L'l one-cent stamps to cover only tho cost
of mailluK a oopy of Doctor Pioroo'n
Common Benso Medical AdviHer,
Tho tompcrnture of tho pant wool: has
boon elightly below tho normal in tho
westorn portion of tko stato and n littlo
above the normal in the eastern.
Tho week was generally dry until tho
last two or three days when copious
rains wore gonoral in all parts of tho
stato excepting tho extreme northoaBtern
and southwestern portions. Over most
of tho southern part of tho state from
two to threo inohoa foil.
Tho dry weather early In tho week
was very favorablo in the progress of
corn planting and most of tho crop is
now in the ground. Some of tho oarly
pi anted is six inches high and much of
it has been workod.
Small grain, although it has sulTorod
somewhat from dry woathor in the wost
ern portion of the state, has gonorally
attained a tank growth and in Bono
cases has begun to lodge slightly; somo
rye is reportod six feet tall. Rye is gon
orally in blossom and wheat is beginning
to bloesom. Considerable damage is re
portod in somo localities from out worms
and in tho oxtremo southeastern corner
of the stato from tho army worm.
Adams Rye and fall wheat woll ad
vanced. Planting about dono aud corn
growing rapidly. Potato bugs very
thick. Wheat rustod some.
Chase High winds havo injured
small grain, and all crops havo Buffered
much from dry woathor.
Dundy Corn in Bandy lands damngod
by high winds. All email grain and
grass urying up. Corn looking fair.
Furnns Alfalfa cutting in full blunt,
and ii good yield. Potatnos in bloom
and bugs plenty. Squash bugs doing
snmo damago to vinos.
Hitchcock Weather hot and vegeta
tion suffered oarly in thoweok, but good
rain on Saturday.
Harlan--Corn coming up in good
Rhapo, wheat and oats coming forward
nicely; potatoes growing fast and potato
bugB thick. Alfalfa lias made a big
growth, and ia nonrly roady to cut.
Kearney Crops aiivancing rapidly.
Many plowing corn.
Wobster llvorything doing woll. Fall
wheat heading. Corn about all plantod.
Somo damugo from high winds.
ItcpiililU'iiii Slate CoiivviiIIom.
Tho republican electors of tho stato
of Nobruplwi aro requeued to send dele
gates from their Rovoral counties to meet
in convention in tho city of Lincoln,
Wvdnemlay, July 1, 18! HI, at 10 o'clock a.
in., for tho purposo of placing in nomi
nation candidates for tho following otli
Hocrotary of Stato.
Auditor of Public Accounts.
Superintendent of Publio Instruction.
Commitmlonor of Public Lands nnd
Ono Judge of tho Supremo Court for
torm of two ycHrs,
OnoJudgoof tho Supromo Court for
term of four yenrs.
Ono Regont of tho Stato Univorsity to
Eight (8) Presidential Eloctors,
And to transact such other business
as may properly como boforo tho con
vention. THK PI-OKTIONMENT.
Tho bo vend countios aro ontitled to
representation as follows, tho apportion
ment boing based upon the voto ciiBt for
tho Hon, ilosoph S. ISartloy for state
troneuror in 181)1, giving each county
ono delegato at large, nnd one for each
100 votes nnd tho major fraction thoroof :
It I WniiOcrTol
how quickly Dinrrlni'n or Dysentery can
be relioted by using lleggn' Diitrrhina
llnlsAtu, II purely t;utnlil(i compound.
It affords instnnt relief mid a permanent
onto in a perfectly snfo way.
Inr druggist O I, Cutting lias
for this wonderful medicine.
Mips AHhford a rolntieof tho Cars
wolls is lioro on a visit.
Mrs. D, II. Robinson's barn was struck
by lightning Inst Saturday night; no
Mrs. C. Caslor of Tarkio, Mo, is visit
ing her parents D. Hnughtand wifo.
J us. Phillips and wife from ucross tha
river wero visiting at J. I), Andonsonfe
Miss Callio Honeyuut of Chicago
fnrmorly of .Stillwater, is viniting rola
tivos nnd frionds hern at present.
Dave Flftliol left Mnndny for Otoe
county to attend tho funeral of hia
brother John Fishel, who died Sunday,
May .'ll. Si.mi'mi.v.
Youug mothers dread the Snmmer
months on account of the grent mortality
among ahildren causod by bovol troubles.
Perfect pnfoty may be nssurpd those wha
keep on Imnd DoWIU'h Colin & Cholera
ouiu nul ndmibiLtor it promptly. For
crumps, bilious colic, dysentery, and dlar
rlrun. It nlionlfl JLHtnr.f teller. U. Ij.CoW-
Pox Uutte C
Unwind ... .
McPherson .... 1
Rod Willow... 11
Scatts Iiluffs.. 3
all of the nrgaiis of tho human body and
coutalns plain, oloar information
It is recommended that an proxies bo
admitted to tho convention, and that
tho delegates present bo authorized to
cast tho ontiro voto of tho delegation of
tho county which thoy ropreqont.
.1. T. Mallamku, Chairman.
'P 171 Kriii.u'Wi.-. Knfmtiirv.
A. ... JH.'t.I... "., - w. u....
It it required nn annual outlay of $100
to insaro u family against any series
oonsequenca from nu attack of bowel
oomplalnt during the year there are
many who would feel It their duty to pay
it; that they could not afford to risk
their lives, lod those of their femil for
such an amiunt. Any ono can get this
iusurnnoe ifit '25 oonts, that being the
prioo of a b)ttlo of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anc Diarrhoea Remedy. In al
most every neighborhood some one hns
died from at attack of bowel complaint
befere ineduiae could be prooured or a
utivsleian nimmoned. Oca or two doses
of this remedy will cure any ordiuary
case. It never fails. Can you afford to
take tho rlik for so small an amount?
For sale by II. E. Clrlce.
The list it letter runuiaing nt tho
postotllce uncalled for up to Juno 4
Beitler Latra Cooley Pat
Iverson Ohy Olgia Mary
Tho nbo'o letters will be sont to tho
dead lotto ollico Juno 18, 1890. If not
culled for.-FitAwt Cowm:.v, PoBtmiiBtor.
IJcgss' Utile Giant I'MN.
Try then if you havo a siok headaohe
or if oi are ooustipated or billoua.
Guarantee! by C, h, Cuttlug,
The Purled Ointment.
Tho virtue of Heggs' German Halve is
Itn qnlck healing power. Kls it would
not have earned Its world wide rbputn
tiou. Your popular druggist O. L. Cot
ting has it.
For a lino huir tonio coll on Hutchin
son &. Hiatt. tho barborH,
Pay.horBo, about six j eara old, weight
1,000. Owner can have same by culling
on C. W. Rushee, Rod Cloud.
Now is tho time to provide )onrself anS
family with a bottle of Chainborlaia'a
Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as
a safeguard against an attack of bowel
complaint duriag the summer montha,
It costa but 85 cents and is almost sun
to be needed before the snmmer is over.
This remedy uever falls, eyen in tho moet
eevore eases, and is in fact the only pre
paration that can always be depended oa
When rodnoed with water it ia ploasaat
to tako. For sale by II. E. Grico.
Otto Oonson has bought n new culti
vator. Rov. Rlackwoll and family wore call
era nt Rov. Bom's Tuesday.
Iry Miller wob visiting with relative!
near Kansas Sunday.
Mr. Pavalcok. bought noveral bend ot
joung cattlo of Peter Jeneon last week.
Neurly everjono from this noigborhood
celebrated Memorial day lit Red Cloud.
Miss Lizio Murker hau returned from
HiihtingB whero she tins been looking
for a ficliool.
i'etcr Nolbon, Anna nnd Williiuii An
derson wero visiting near Mindcn thio
J. Marker, Clareneo and J. C. Wllr,o
had teverid hundred buflieh of corn
ahelled last week.
(Juito a iiomler from horn attended
commencement perciFeB at Red Cloud
Mrs. Arthur Wilson, who him beon
visiting for several months in Virginia,
canio homo last wrok. Hhe was accom
panied by hor niece Miss Holmes.
raelx Speuli l.outler llian
Out of tho 4,050.000 boxes of Uegga'
German Salve sold in lb'jr., only three
boxcrtwore returned bb nnmitisfactory.
This seems almost iucrtdlule as ovory
box hna a positive gnaronteii accompany
ing it. C L Cotting sells It.
Dr. Price' Cttm Bakias Powder
Worti'i ISk rUtwt Awari
Pitcher's Cat torla
Children pry forj
1 It will assist the
I functions, and the
T For sale
THE DR. J. H,
Many of the disorders peculiar to
women are caused by diseased con
ditions of the Liver, Kidney; and
Bowels. Restore these orpatS to a
healthy statp fay uskyj:
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
AND KIDNEY BALM
female organs to perform their regular
sutierer will be strengthened ana coreo
everywhere. Price, Si.oo per bottle
MCLCAN MEDICINE CO., ST. Loyi,?.
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