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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUG. 14, 18!)(J.
Von will And our coupon
Inilde each two oniice bag,
and two coupon, tndde each
four ounce bg of Black
well's Durham. Bay a bag
of tat, celebrated tobacco
aad read the conpoB which
(tvea a lUt of valuable pree-
aad how to get theom.
I. That Jmi" Whs iibter really
(load; but Hint He fainted away on the
irnss, was tnken tlnvv u for ileail unil
whs plaeetl in the tomb; that tlierool
atmosjiheie of the tomb brought him
back to coiiM-iou&ueHs; that be thawed
himself fioin the tomb, ami wns M'bu
oeveial times by miihp of his tliseiples;
that lie then tli.snppfniftt tint! tlietl in
sotiihi seciet eoi ner of tin; eitith. Thi
Is tht swoon theory.
Against this theory It U uigeil,(l)
that it U the elenr ami unanimous tes
timony of tin' (S.iMH'l thai Josuswas
ai'tualli ile.ul, not to speak ot the
Matennnt of the gospel of John (hat
his iil was piuieuil by this iineninjr
spear of a Roman sohlier; (2) tlml ie
eoveij ft out sueh a ernellixion i
ntoit nnptnlmble; (II) that Jesus tlra
litiH himself ft mil the tomb vvearm:
anexaiistetl, ghastly lock could never
have levived tho heaits of the tlKeiple
or led them to bpliuvt) in a Clnist who
xvtt been dead, and was alivo again.
Stiaif-s states tint objection thus: "It
is impossible that a being who had
Htolen half dead oi'tof the sepulchte,
If wno eiepi anion, iraih umi in, naming
ineilieal tieatment, who lequiied
bandaging, stieiigtlicning ami inilnl
genee, audulio .still at last yielded to
His sulVerings, eould have given to the
dioeiples the impiessiou that Ho was a
roniiieior overtlealhnnil the grave, the
l'lineo of Life, an inipiession whicli luj
n'fhe bottom of their future ministry.
Sueh a losu-.citallon eould by no possi
lnlit havu changed their nohow into
enthusiasm, or li'ivo eluvatod their
level once Into worship.
excited, expectant state of mind which
is neeex.iury in order to "see vlsious,"
while as a matter of fact four of
Christ's appeal awes occurred on the
thitd dty alter his ciucilizion. (3) Ac
coi ding to this theory, Mary Magdalene
saw a vision, Simon Peter saw a vision
and thu two disciples as they walked to
Emmons saw a vision, and then ten of
the disciples in Juru,tlein saw a vision
all on the same dav. Then a few days
later the eleven disciples saw a vision
and n Utile later some "live bundled
brethren at once" saw a vision, and so
on, etc. Thus this theory earned nut
eeilaiuly seems to npptoacha rulititio
Tim above two hypotheses lor ex
plaining away the i connection aio the
chief ones, and the only ones which to
day receive any conideiabU suppoit.
Tim fact is that!ccii in the matter
of histoiical evidence and of intcllec-
tNiil mguinciit thti arthodox defemlei.s
of the tcsui lection have the best of it.
C. K. Wi:i.wi:n.
Fine rains visited this place Tuesday.
Miss Teachwot th of (initio Kock was
visiting her sister beie Sunday
Kd. Hlauch anil wife ueie v!iling at
F M. Cockiell's Suiulav.
(5. V H.iker and tlaughter ami scv
eial other patties of this )lace ait; at
tending the (i A. K letiuioii at Su
pel lot .
Kev. Melvinney left 'luesdayfor his
home in lliltlieth.
Will .Mitchell of McCook was the
guest of I. Fti-bie Sunday.
Chi Is K isser lias a new bike.
Alf S.il.ttleu was in (iuitle ltock
Elder Klepamleo pi cachetl heie Sun
tlay to a I. u go audience. Kev. Melcalf
liapti'cd scveial Sunday afteinoou.
Notice to tho-o whom ale iuteieted
in the Pleasant Hill cenieteiy uud who
have friends buried thcicaie ictuesl-
etl to comu August 20th, at 2 o'clock,
and help put the cenieteiy in older.
The doctor may be a goml old man,
but even so, medical examinations and
the "local-application" iieatmenl are J
auuorrrut to every niouesi woman
They arc embarrassing often useless.
They should not be Submitted to until
everything else has been tried. In
nine cases out of ten, there is uoieason
for them. In nine cases out af ten, the
doctor in general piae.tice isn't compe
tent to treat female disease. They
make a branch of medicine by them
selves. They are distinct from other
ailments. They eau be properly mi
deistood and treated only by tine who
has bail years of actual practice and
cxpei ient'ii in this paiticular line.
This Is tine of Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief
consulting physician ef the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, at
UutTalo, N. Y. Dr. PieicuS Favoiite
Pic.sciiption, a lenictly for all derange
ments of tlm lepioduetivo organs of
women, has heeu in actual use for mote
than thiity years. It cm cs every form
of "female weakuers."
thiisiasm, ami hooping Vrupfoi lliy.m
ami fiee silw i
ACowlcs xiuing lail a inenibei nf
the late gi.ulu.iting clas was hctid
to Inn tab foi Mi Kiuley and ftee si,. r
llather UiiMil i'i pnlitb-, See"
Mis. John !! 3 has been visiting
lelatlves in In. iv. lie
Uny Hililit Hi ami sun ISIen went to
I'xetti Tiie-i lav
Quite a fin hi u.is c,uict .Monday lo
oiuc plum Mealing bafuiiilv living
uoithweoi o .. n
Uev Meicilf .t.iritil fm tlieeistcin
pal t of the -late l'lic'tlay.
Kev. Alt 'iiitli r pitaeliitl at the
Methot1it eliuieh uuil-13 night
A huge numliei fiiuii lien- attended
the qii.titci y cuiifei eiiec 11 1 Anibiiv
About tbittv Jotiiig pco;)le lep.uieil
to Amboy hatuitlay afteinoou 011
picnic ptu poses intent 1 o t scape the
rain in the evening they took lefuge in
the mill, ami letuiued houti caily
Su inlay nun niiig.
Results from a Bad
Liver and can be
Cured by Using
Ir. I M, ioLBN'S
0 mm balm
A Certain Remedy for Diseases of the Liver,
Kidneys and Urinary Organs
AT DRUGQIST3 PRICE, SI. 00 PER BOTTLE
THE Dr. J. H. McLCAN MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Lasl'vvcek Chin lu Teel, Jim (iilfoid
ami dipt. Iloiiehiu letiirnetl fiom the
Hastings convention chuck full of en-
Sent it to His Mother in Germany.
Mr. Jacob Ksbensen, who is in the
employ of the Chicago Lumber Co., at '
Des Moines, Iowa, says: "I have Just
sent some medicine back to my mother
in the old country, that I know from
personal use to be the best medicine in
the world for iheiinialisin, having used
it my family for several years. It is
called Ctiambei Iain's Pain Halm. It!
always does the work." GOceut bottles
for sale by Deyo & (irice.
CVii.i.a Pakk, Colo., Aug., 12, 'IHJ.
ToTlIK Kpitoii: 1 would likn lo see
a good old lepublicaii paper once moie.
PIcnse send I lie paper for a few weeks.
I am getting "(t sick of healing nothing
but "Hillv" Hrian ami ftee silver I
don't know what to do. I haven't seen
but three or four good straight icpnbli
cans in Denvei.
Husitiess of all kinds is vciy ilull heie
at piesent ami will Im somewhat -o un
til after election. A gteat many mines
aio shutting down until after election;
also suvri al sineltetsin this city ami
Well vv Imvf been enjoying otn
selves hugely. We hae just telurneil
from a tinea week's trip up in the
mountain-. We weie about ninety
wiles southwest of hete tin (ioose
Cieck. I caught ninety tiout and vim
bet they were dandies. Well I guess 1
b:ive w i itteu enough for this time so I
will (tut. Don't foiget to send the
papci. Yours truly,
Doufueas Cannot bo Cuied
Hy local applications, as they can
not leach the diseased tuition of the
ear 'I lute is i.iilv one vvav to erne
deafness, anil that is by constitutional
i eiuetlies. Deafness is caused by an lu
ll uiicd condition of the mucous lining
of thn Eustachian Tube. When this
lub' gets inlhiiu'il you have mumbling
.-oiin.. in im,!) 1 1 el heating, ami when
it ti ciiiiiclv i t isctl deafness is the ic--nit,
ihiiI nub - the iull-imination can
b" tr.ki n out nil this lube icliucd lo
H- uoimal i it ton, healing will be
flcst!03fd foiever, nine cu-es out often
Mie caused byiMtaiih, wliich is noth
ing but intl-imctl condition of the
mucous sin face-.
Wo will give One Dirndl ed Dollats
for any ca-e of deafness (caused by
catarili) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catnrih Cure. Send for circular.!,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by diuggists 7fie.
Hall's Family Pill are tho best.
lternai tl McNeny is in Colorado.
BeiaV niarrheu KhImhm
I positlveljr hsa no equal in diarrha, dys-
nioty ana innirnation or inn uoweia. it
relieves qaiokly, and being pnrely Tege
table, un bsd ri soils follow. Yon cannot
afford to be without it at thla season of
the year. Sold by C. h. CottlnU.
Miss (iiace Foil is in Oi leans.
My little boy, when two yeaisjf age,
was taken vciy ill witli bloody flux. 1
wns advised to use Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diariiitea Kemedy
auil'lttckily proem etl part of a bottle.
I carefully it ail the diifclinus and gave,
it accoitlingly. He was eiy low, but
slowly ami siucly he began to Improve,
giatlually iccoveieil, ami is now as
stout and st long as ever. I feel sum
it saved his life. I never can praise
tin lemetly lialf its win III. lam soiry
evety one in tlie woihltloes not know
how good it is, as I do. Ml. s. Una S.
lliuton, (iiahamsvllle, Mai ion Co.,
Flonlia. For sale by Deyo & (liiec.
2 It is maiutiiucd by some t li tit
the npperance of tho so-called "liseu"
Christ was piiiely subjective, due to
the excited state of mind in which the
disciples found themselves after the
death of their beloved master. Jesus
ifas dead but thoy longed to see Him
jaiu. So they thought they diti see
Him. They were honest in their be
lief that they saw him, yet it vv.ii.,
nevntthelesH, n vision, a hallucination.
This is the vision theory.
Against this, it is urged. (l)Thndi
eiples were not in a mood to see
visions. They weto In a state of de
pression anil une.xpectaney. Matthew
states that on the occasion of Christ's
nieetiiiL' his followers in (ialilee "iiium
nibietl " Mark i elates that when the
disciples heaitl fmin Mary of Magdol.i
that Jesus was alive, and hail been
seen of her "they believed not." Luke
tells that the input is of tint women
spcincd to the tlisciples as "idle- tales."
)$ j psychological fiet tliatacoir
sidei able period of time would bo nec
essary before tho dcpiessod mood of
tun disrtjjllus could bo changed into an
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
Talntlni;, Weak or Hunsry Spells, Irregu
lar or Intermittent t'ulse, rintterln or Pal
pitation, Chol.lni; Sen-atlini, Hlinrtncvs of
Ilreatli, Swelling of 1'iet anil Ankles, uro
symptomj of a Ul used or Weak Heart.
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T CHEWING and SIViOK
Of Fort Wayne. Intl., wrlies ou Nov 29, 1804:
"I was afllletcd for forty ju.irs with heart
trouble and suffered untold .iKony. I had
weak, htuiRry spt'ILs, and my hu.irt would
palpltaluMilnrd.lhopiln would ho m acute
and tnrturlirn, lli it I becaruu so weak and
nervous I could not (deep. I was treated by
savcr.il pbyslolmis w Itliout rcliof and kvu
iipoverlK'ln; vtellnKiiin. About to years
ago I commenced ulns Dr. .Miles' Uanicdles.
Olio bottle of tho Heart Curo 9topped all
heart troubles a nil tho Itestoritlvo Nervlno
did the rrt,and now I pluep sountlly and at
tend to ray household and social duties with
out any trouble.
Sold by druggists. IkviU sent free. Address
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Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health.
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