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THE SUMMER SCHOOL
LINCOLN Normal University.
Eight "Weeks June 15 to August G, 181)6.
The high character of tho Linooln Normal Summer School has won for it tho
patronage or mo ioauing loucnorB 01 me ixonuwoBi.
Tlilrt) -Seven Ilcgulur Teacher. Over Thirty Special Lecture.
You can got studies for any grado certificate: Child-Study, Nature-Study, Pri
mary, etc.; Business, Shorthand. Music, eto. Positively tho greatest Suuiraor
School in Nebraska. Writo for Summer School Announcement.
Address, HILL M. BELL,
President Normal, Lincoln, Neb.
(Montion this Paper.)
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TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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The Square Dealing, Low Priced, Best Grade
In Red Cloud. Prices right for cash
BOSS & RIFE,
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OTTS" BBAY UXm.
I.tirope mill Mclllnlcr.
ll'ruiii till- Vli'iimi TrtKt!iitl, Mayo.)
Tlits preidcntial li'ution in llio
LTintrd States of Nrtli America,
which is to occur next- November,
cants its shadows before.
Tint republican pnrty has declared
for Mclviiilov, mid tli.ro is almost a
dead certuiutv that the creator nf the
bilhiiutiiid niter him will bu the next
niliahinint of tin) Whit House.
Tho mere numo of McKiuloy, in it-
self, whon announced as a possible
presidential candidate, is calculated to
arouse the ureatcst upprchuusion all
iMciiinicy was bout to oongrcss as
tho pnjuetor and oliHinpion of the
high protective tariff idea, and by his
untiring ciForts and constant agilatiou
he succeeded in 18110 in passing the
bill vfhiah, wficu it became a law, had:
a must fiitii i tr. ct upon the export ip
dustries nf Eur po. ' , . r
l'rococdini; frnm the idea that tho
protection nf homo industries must
oorreppond 10 tho amount of income
from duties and tlmt without this rev
cnuc would ranch an enormous amount
and accumulate an unnecessary sur
plus, ho sought by tncaVW tho bill to
make the import of'oVruin articles an
absolute iuipossibitty nd close tho
ports of llni nation to industrial prod
uct, tho manufacture of which, ac
cording to his conception, did notcx
ist in tho United Stales bcoauso of an
insufficient protective duty.
Tho working of tho bill was not in
effectual, and even in Austria, which
had a comparatively small per cent of
the whole import, tho suffering was
severe. For tho mother-of-pearl in
dustries it became an absolute impos
sibility to continue business with the
United States, which had hitherto
been its chief customer. Many large
establishments failed, and thousands
of lubnrcrs in Vienna woro obliged to
The imprcHsinn received here by tho
bill was nf such a kind as to arouse
tho liveliest inclination for tho estab
lishment of an international union to
Becauso of tho heterogeneous mix
ture of interests, and especially the
fact that England was not inclined to
uso any reprcsaivo measures, tho
ment was without result.
Tho European exporters suffered
even more under tho uncertainty un
dor which they labored than from the
Tho bill remained in full forco but a
short timo, and that not without tho
liveliest opposition in various scotions
of tho union.
With Cleveland tho democrats camo
into power and tried their best to make
something out of what had boon cre
ated by MoKinley, At present tho
ohances foj tho republican party aro
vory pood, for all the groat industries
and thoso oennocted with tlicm will
undoubtedly stako overything to put
MoKinloy at tho holm. President
ClevaUnd has recontly tried to gain
wide popularity for his party in a po
litical way by bringing up through tho
Mouroo doctiino tho old idea of Amer
ica for AmoricanB. Eloctton of Mo
Kinloy as president would not only bo
a most radical expression of pan
Amerioanism, but would also in an in
dustrial sense be a severo blow to all
other countries, which this time nay,
however, be better prepared to re
ccivo it than formorly.
At that timo the new industrial cx
ehangt betwoon Europe and America
was not settled, and therefore unusual
hardships woro tho result of the bill.
The countries of this continont woro
not united and could not co-operate
on account of a great diversity of in
terest. This time the (IuTchm's will
undoubtedly bo easier, and tint the
sin (Host, f.tetor in the problem will bo
thu declared political policy of Eur
ope. In tho union itself .taiid a great
party violenty opposed to tho radical
opinions of MoKinley. It will cer
tainly bo hard fight biifore tho present
governor of Ohio really becomes pres
ident and ready to carry out his pro
jects of reform.
This fuct, however, is no special
ground for hope. Tho European
states should at once go to work to
nr7ont a great industrial crisis which
ljr(1uld inevitably follow another blow
7 .iwm American sourocs.
The industrial balance of Austria
is passive, but a furthur net haeic in
our exports can only Iiavo the most.
dMastrnus results. It is to bu hoped
lliattho situation is clear to nil. Tho
timo has entirely passed when we may
afford to treat lightly our export
trade Tho name of tho present, re
publican candidate for president is
kuown everywhere in Europe, where
it causes the greatest disquiet. North
America is constantly making her
self more uiitilcasatiitlv felt. Cleve
land lias done his worst in a political
way. and now wo aro threatened moro
emphatically by tho possibly presi
dency of MoKinUy. Wo therefore
foci called upon to watch tho progress
01 events in America with the great
est interest and attention. It is a
world interest which will be touched
by tho presidential election, and we
cannot afford to bo indifferent as to
whether the result will have a ten
dency for peace or J for war. Trans
lated by Mario Sohillcr.
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Is the most dangerous of all
Kidney Diseases. Pains in the
Back, Irregularities in the Urine,
l Swelling of the Limbs or Ab
I domen are the first symptoms
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY BALM
Has proven, in thousands of cases and for many years,
Kemcdy tor this dreaded disease
r where. Price, Si.on per bottle.
JLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
frO3Sf O OOOOOC
nas proven, in tnousai
to be the Peerless Rem
A For tale etcryv
I THE DR. J. H. MCLEAI
the can: AT 1IUXIXY.
Wluil Huxley, tlic4reitt HiikIInIi
Si'leulUt, I'oiimIiIciI Hie IIcnI
Start In I.ITe.
The great English scientist, Huxley
Raid tho best start in lifo is a sound
stomach. Weak stomachs fail to di
gest food properly, becauso they laok
the propor quantity of digcslivo acids
(lactic and hydrnohloiic) mid pop to.
genio products; tlin most sensible
remedy in nil esses nf indigestion, is
to take, after each meal, one or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, because
they supply in a pleasant, hatmlcss
for m all the elements tlmt weak stom.
Tho rog ular use of Stuart's Dyspep.
sia Tablets will cure every form of
stomach trouble exoept cancer of the
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blood, strong nerves, a bright eje and
cloar complexion, becnuso all thrso re
sult only from wliolesonio food well
Nearly all druggists sell Stuart's
Dfspopsia Tablets at f0 couts full
Send for freo book on Stomach
Troubles, to Stuart Co,, Marshall,
on en :uum'p o Knit or sur-
Probably half tho pcopTo who see
this article suffer from piles. It is
ouo of tho commonest diseases and ono
of tho most obstinate. Pcoplo havo
it for years and just becauso it is not
immediately fatal thoy neglect it.
CarolounncpH causes no end of suffer
ing. Carelessness about bo simple a
thing as piles has ofton caused duath.
Hemorrhages oocur from no apparent
cause and loss of blood causes death.
Hemorrhages occur during Burgical
treatment, often causing death.
Piles aro simplo in tho beginning
and easily cured. They can bo cured
even in tho worst stages, without pain
or loss of blood, quiokly, surely and
completely. There is only ono ro
medy that will do it Pyramid Pile
It allays tho inflammation immedi
ately, heals tho irritated surfaoo and
with continued treatment roduccs tho
swelling and puts tho membranes into
good, sound, healthy condition. Tho
euro is thorough and permanent.
Druggists sell tho Pyramid Pilo Curo
at 50 conts. Send for Free book on
causo and QtttO of Piles.
Win. Ilrothaucr dined at Arthur
Mrs. Michael was a visitor of MrH.
J. Hcan'H Tuesday.
John Phillips and Olaudo Wilson
wero in this vicinity Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Madison, from near
Iuavnlc, was visiting at Otto Oenseu's
Crops aro looking flnn.
Messrs Hillings, Scrivnor, Mount
ford and Corbctt all havo new culti
vators. Chas. Barrett and wife visited their
sisters in Hod Cloud Sunday.
Ululuren r Way will be unserved in
Hev. Ilortcn's itrovo on next Sunday.
Evcryona iuvltcd to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wcavor havo gono to
house-keeping on Mr. Barrett's plaoo.
Hot. Ilorton of Hod Cloud prcnohod
at Ploasant Dalo Thursday evening.
Mrs. Cerbitt spent a few daya ia
Hcd Cloud visiting frionds this woolc.
Mr. Molino has now potatoes roady
Ilov. Wcltz will preach at Mt. Hop
The Epworth League is still run
ning with a good attendance.
Geo. Evans visited friends in these
Mr. Sorivncr and wife visitod their
daughter at Cora Sunday.
Young mothers drund tho Summer
months on account of tho grunt mortality
r.ir.cr.i; children caused by bowel troubles.
J'eifi'tt riifnty may be nHaurcd Ihoso who
keep en linnd DoWltt's Colic &, Cholora
ot.io Did nJin'iitiiter it promplly. For
crampii, LH'ocn rolio, .Ivscntery, anil diar
rhun.it nffcrilrt'tetnut iclief. U. L.Oot-ting.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, from lied Mr. Clark.
Thcro will bo Children's day oxer
cisos at Now Virginia Sunday, at ten
o'olock. All aro cordially invited.
Art Woleott, from Inavalo, waa
soon in Cathcrton last wock,
Thcro will bo Dunkard pronohingat
Now Virginia every two weeks, by
Omaha, Juno 'J to 13.
Lincoln, Juno 10 to 20,
All tho world beaters will bo time.
One fare for tha round trip, plus 50
conts for admission. Tickets on salo
at Burlington Kouto stations within
150 miles of Lincoln and Omaha.
Soo tho local ageat of tho H. & M,
R. II. and get full information.
Ut. famit l'erdn, an old soldier resid
ing at Monroe, Mich., waa severely aflliot
ed with rheamatiem but received prompt
relief from pain by naing Ohainberlain's
Tain nalm. lie says: "At times my back
would ncho so badly that I could hardly
raise up. If I hud not gotten renei l
wonld not be here to write thene few lines.
Chamberlain's l'ain Ilalrn haa done mo a
great deal of Kood nnd I foel very thank,
ful for It." For sale by II. K. Clrioo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Wctii'i Nlr HIckMt Awari.
Cloud, wero in this locality Sunday.
Sunday-sohool will Lo held at ton
o'clock hereafter, at tho llanncy
An agent wag through this locality
last week, introducing soldo soap and
Miss Era Matkin and Carrio Poul-
son wero guests of draco Bean last
A. N. Wilson and Frank Sadilck
mado another trado this week as
Several of tho sports from this vi
cinity wont Ibliiug ono day this week,
They report getting plenty of bites
(moHiuito bites). Stunner,
IIow'n Tills I
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
oared by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned have know F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe
him perfeotly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to oarry
ont any obligations made by thierflrm.
West & Trnax, Wholesale DrDKglsts, To
Udo, O, Waldlng, Kfnuan it Marvin,
Wholesale, Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken internally
acting dlroctly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Teatlmo
niaU sent free. Price 7fio. per bottle.
Hold by all druggists.
John'. Phillips and Win, Anderson
tradod horses ono day last week.
A. McCall was in this vicinity last
week, looking after his cattlo that ke
has in Mr. Cathcr's pasturo.
Tho Epworth Loaguo at Otto is
progressing nicely, and a largo at
tondanoo is reported,
Cathrrton Sunday.sohool has a now
organ. They say thoy can scare tho
woodohuoka away now.
0. It. Pitney had a valuable horsa
dio tho ether day. Dennih.
The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a com
munity of simple, holiest, Cod fearing
men nnd women, lfavo prepared the blmk
or Digestive Cordial for mny years, nnd
it la always tho same, simple, honett,
curative medicine that has helped to
make the shakors tho henltliy, long-lived
piople that they are. The Shaker never
have iudlgetlon. Tliia in partly owing to
tliler simplo mede of life, partly to the
wonderful propertiesof Shaker Digestive
Cordial. Indigestion la caused by Ike
stomach glands not supplying enough
digestive juice. Bhakor Digestive Car
dial supplies what's wanting. Shakw
Digestive Cordial invigorates the atom
son and all its glands so that ntter awkila
they wont need help. As evidence of the
honesty of Bhaker Digestive Cordial, e
formula is printed on overy bottle. Sold
by druggists, prioe 10 cents to 81.00 pofc
Children Cry ffy
1 0Ue!l ISstnbNsbed Firm In WosliliiBtoa, U. r.
" " ' Vmiaron zr-k-arn?K2
Pitcher's Castorla. LJ'&co,, Toledo, bV"i
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