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REMEMBER-This Sale Will Close March 5th.
Don't Neglect This Opportunity to Save 50 per cent on
We Have About $1,000 Left
Stimulate tbe ttomach, B
rouse tbe liter, cure bilious- Ba 1 1 A
nets, headache, dizziness, III 9
our itomacb, conitlpatlon,
te. rrie 25 oti. Hold j all drumcilt.
Tke ealy Mils to lake with Ueo4't Sariaaa'Hla.
11KKE AND TIIEKE.
So few people cem t know how to
ftcliuthe poU)fHce whle wait ing for
umil that a few taliitsNiii tbe subject
miulit not be amiss. As soon rts yon
see tbe mreet car coming drop very.
tiling ami make u rusli for the post
office. Be sure ami take u pipe or a
twofor-a-nickle cigar with you t
Hinoko while waiting for your mail as
there might be some ladies present ami
thev really enjoy a good strong pipe or
cheap cigar. Crowd right, in ami get
right up in front of the boxes, and be
Bine ami stand theie; don't move,
there might be some one behind you
who wants to look into their box.
Watch your box carefully and as soon
as a letter drops into it take it out and
open it, no matter if it does contain a
dun, smile and act just as if you had
got a check for $100, and assume your
former position. If anyone asks you
to move and let him to his box, tell him
the mail is not distributed yet. If you
bave a big overcoat wear it, it will eu
able you to cover muie boxes. As
soon as a paper drops in your box, get
it anil open it up wide, but don't move
away from the front row; hold it close
up to the hues, and if anyone pushes
it to one side ask ilium how much room
they want. When the mallisdistribut'
cd rush right up to the delivery win
dow ami tell the postmaster that you
expected a letter ami did not get it,
and kindly request him to look through
the other boxes and sec if he did not
put it in the wrong hex. Those who
Uavc no boxes can wait while the post
master accommodates you. If he
don't do it tell hlmthathelsprrjudioeit
against you and you are gtiug to get
vour mail soino other place. This will
make him awful mad, or else intimi
date him into sending a tracer after
mm- li,rt..i Above all thiugs when
you go after your mail get right In
front f tho boxes and If you don't get
the letter you expected cuss the pest
master. When a lamp tips over and the oil
catches tire, or for anyieason an ex
plosion seems about to occur, do not
throw water Into tho blaze for that
will make matters worso; but use flour
and tho llamo will be speedily extin
guished. This is an old idea, so old
that it is not generally known, or is
ofteu forgotten whon tin accident oc
curs. It was called to mind a few
evenings ago at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. (tco. Hawkins, in Lincoln, when
Mr. Hawkins unset a lamp in hN eel
lir whilo sorting over muiih apple. 'UaMor Oil made us palatable as honey.
He ran up stairs, told hii wife w hut! -
had happened, aud spoke of g&itiug
water She advised the n-e "f limit,
insteiil, ami I" a fw iinniii'iti the
(In , which had thionmiud the tlealrwe-
iyij -iint. Mr.
lion of thnlr boiijn, iyu -iiun. -Mr. 'leul F'WFjHtw' ewpiMjjst.uui ton Revhm.
kVkt A ' I
Hawkins spoke of this matter thinking
it worth remembering by everyone,
and it certainly N. Lincoln Republi
can. A Kansas paper tells about tho
troubles of a county officer as follows:
If there it to be a public improvement
of auy kind, or if aoy order, society,
or organization takes up subscriptions
for any purpose each of the county
officers is "put down" for a certaiu
sum. When the committee call to
"solicit" the amount they don't solicit
at all. They demand, they bulldoze,
they blackmail and then they rob their
victim. The sum demanded is always
exorbitant. Such committees are
merciless on a county officer especially
when he Is standing for ro-electiou.
The way they torture him with their
low, brutal, insinuating threats and
then bleed htm is barbarous. Lois of
men have served good, long terms in
the penitentiary for lesser crimes, If
you think a county officer hain't
troubles of his own you are mistaken.
He has lots of them more than his
shai e. Beaver Cily Ti Ibune.
The following from the Telescope
would apply to other towns as well as
Belleville: A long, lank, gawky
country boy came to town recently,
and after wandering up anil down the
streets for an hour or so, stopped in
front of an empty store building to
gazo at a window hanger advertise
ment of some show company. In a
little while he was joined by one of
tho town loafers, and before long by
another and then by two 01 three
more. The farmer said not a word, but
continued to lorfk. After half an hour
had passed, one of the most curious of
the loafers could not staud it anv
longer and ho asked the farmer boy
what he was looking at. Hubu turned
his head slowly and answered: "I
was (est trying to sec how long a fel
ler could 'tend to his own business in
this town without some duru fool
wautin' to know what he was doin'."
Smith Centei Pioneer.
For more thnu a hundred years the
Shakers have been studying the
remedial ptopaities of plants. They
liavo made many discoveries, but
their gieattist achievement was made
last year. It is a cordial that contains
already digested footl and is a digester
of food. It is effective in removing
distress after eating, and creates an
appetite for more food so that eating
becomes a ploasuie. i'ale, thin people
become plump and Kculthy under Its
use, It arrests tin- wasting of con
sumption. There never lias been such a step
ferwaidiu the cure of indigestion as
this Shaker Coidial. Your diuggist
will be glntl to give you a little hook
deseiiptive of Hie produce,
(Jive the babies Lamii., which i
The coldest weather oiitilde of thlh
,miiMiHtiti vieiniiv u tii i'miiiI It-lit mt .
T'h1 i,x'- , 'i liking tf it u, "hMin
Wollmeh ;iy. Jl wh si. i lti mat
ieuli foijd ftWW estplnjjM. urn
UEDOLOUU, XK15UAKICA. KK1J. J2, 1807.
of a $10,000 Stock and this BALANCE MUST BE
of the teakettle at his homo Tuesday
mnrninsr, and Mayor Thompson says
tho atmosphere was frozen bo solid at
his place that he had to cut his way out
with an ice saw, says tho Free Press."
When that same cold weathergotdown
here in the evening it got so cold be
fore bedtime camo that people were
unable to blow out their lights and had
fo leave them burn till the next day
when sun bad thawed the blaze out.
The severe cold bad actually frozen the
blaze in the lamp as solid as ice.
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Save a dollar on n mackintosh at the
Save 15 cents on a pair of overalls at
the Chicago Stole.
Save 1!5 cents on a shiit at the Chi
Save r0 cents on a pair of jeans pants
at the Chicago Store.
S.ive $1.00 on a pair of pants at the
Save 10 cents on a linen or celluloid
collar at the Chicago Store.
Save one half pi ice on a trunk or
valise at the Chicago Store.
Save tl.00 on a hat at the Chicago
Everything goes at .some or no price
at the Chicago Stoic.
thick Walsh is threatening his popu
list brethern that if they don't get
their stationery printed at his black
smith shop they will be everlastingly
damned land they can look elsewhere
forsuppoit when they run for office.
Jack howls against bosslsm and op
pression and now he is trying the little
game of coeioiou. That little quotation
which commences with consistency
and ends with jewel should be read to
Jack seventeen times. The fact is that
people don't go to a meat shop and buy
had meat because it can begotten cheap
neither do they got piloting done by
an amatuer, for the same reasou. (Jet
your jeb printing at Tub Chief office.
Mr. Wai d I,. Smith, of Fredericks
town, Mo,, was troubled with chronic
diarrluca for over thirty years. He
had become fully satisfied that it was
only a question of a short timo until he
would have to give up. He had boon
treated by some of the best physicians
in Kurope and America but got no
permanent relief. One day he picked
up a newspaper and chanced to read
an advertisement pf Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrluua Remedy.
He got a bottle of it, the tirst dose
helped him ami its continued use
cured him. For sale by II, K. (ricc,
The populist state legislature Is still
cutting salaries. It would be a good
thing for them to adjourn and go hone
itiul cut enough ice whilo the season
lasts to help them cool during the
summer heat and "toasts" thoy al
teady have justly earned. Better ad
journ "bojs"and go homo,
Phil. Arnioiu.tho greatChiragopork
p.utker, has begun Hie euiotloii of com
crib nouth ot the iniltoudinuloppcsltn
tho B. iV Al. depot heiu and iuleuds to
bnv and etlb Ad.OOO luiihebi of uorn to
hold for jiiaUe in the lUarkt t.-rUxei.
ton He vlettt .
Suits, Pants, Overalls, Hats, Boy's and Childrrn's Suits and
Rubber Coats, Shirts of Every Description.
CLOTHING - STORE.
ODDS AND KNDS.
The following from the Lawrence
(Neb.) Locomotive shows how far .sonic
small towns will go to get 'cheap
notoriety. "Whenever people learn to
distinguish between Lawrence, Kan.,
and Lawrence, Mob., there will be
much rejoicing in this part of the great
commonwealth. Outsiders have actu
ally gone so far as to claim the "Bor
derland" accident occurred at Law
rence, Kau which is vary misleading
as the-injuiied parties in this city will
testify. Such is fame though " For
coiisutunate gall the above beats any
thing yet hcaid of.
The band oooceil. aud musicalc a
the opera house last Friday evening
was not as liberally attended as that
organization is entitled to receive from
our citizens. While the concert wns
not up to tho high standard of enter
tainments usually given by the bund, It
was eeitaiuly deserving of a much
larger patronage. If there is anyone
institution in town which deserves tho
hearty co-operation and help of the
community it is the S. of V. bund, and
it is no more than right that they
should have it.
The Nation in older to create iym
pathy is trying to imtke the business
men think that there is an organized
effort ou foot to induce people to with
draw their support from that sheet.
People may be withdrawing their sup
port ou account of tbu fact that the
editor has talked so much about hard
times that they think they cannot af
ford to advertise. You ran't call a
business mail a li.ard and a thief ami
expect lum to suppoil you. To tell tho
truth we don't believe the Nation's
statement in regaid to the matter.
Chicora, Pa., "Herald:" llichard
Veusel reports One Minute Cough
Cure the greatest success of medicHl
science. He told us that it cured his
whole family of terrible coughs and
colds, after all other so called cures
had failed entirely. Mr. Veusel saitl it
assisted his children thiough a very
bad siege of measles. One Minute
Cough Cure makes expectoration very
easy and rapid. C. L. Cotting.
Did you see that elegant new sign
designating the location ef Tiik CuiKf
office; Tho sign Is the work of Mr. D.
O. Jenkins, tbu affable leader of the S.
of V baud aud already shows that
"Carl" has an ability for something bu
sides music, and also that he Is
capable of doing any kind of sign
work. Whon you want a llrst class
sign you will do well to seo Mr. Jen
kins who has started in the business,
ami will try to please all comers
' ' '
A few months ago, Mr. Byron Kvory,
of WoodBtock, Mich., was badly
uffiictcd with rheumatism. His tight
leg was swollen the whole length,
causing him great niitlering. He wis
advised to try Chamberlain's P.iiu
Halm. The lust bottle of it helped
him considerably and the t ecoml bottle
elTcctid a rule. The 'Jo and Wl mit
i. - f sale bv II !' ii ice, l)i uirgist
Or. Price's Cream Bnlclug Powder
A letter received at this office fiom I
Hev. (J. W. Iluiuiiif II who is at present
conducting icvival in Blue Hill, has
the following to say rcg.iidlug the
success of his meetings: "The ro Ivul
meetings in tho M. K. Church at Blue
Hill are still in progress ami much in
terest is being manifested. The church
is tilled every night with anxious hear
ers of lite gospel. Thiity have united
with the church and many more have
risen for prayers. The city is wonder
fully stirred up oa revival spirit. The
meetings will continue for some lime
yet . '
The annual encampment of the G.
A. R. was in session at Hastings this
week. Tho encampment will be held
al Noifolk in 18V8. The following
officers werb elected for tho ensuing
year John Kluliardt of Stanton, do
pal tmeiit commander; Thos. J. Majors
of Pet ii, senior vice; 'J no. Evans of
Not th Platte, junior vice; Dr. A. S.
Pierce of Hastings, medical director;
llev. Clias. I). Hale of Orleans, chap
lain. List of lot lots remaining uncalled
at tho post office at Kett Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending February
Biisey, Linu Cox, Mrs. C. J.
Flint, W. . ilaiiy, John
Kantz, J. Myers, Ike
These lottms will be sent to tho dead
letter office, Feb., 20th, if not called for
before. Fuank W. Cowiikn, P. M.
Weather prophets all over thoUnltcd
States are busy at present predicting
cohl weather for the mouths of Feb
ruary and March, and a long suffering
commuiiity is cwtupelled to stand it
aud never say a word. It may bo a
good thing for coal dealers, but tho
gcnoial peopb would much rather see
the balmy spring days and be getting
ready for I he years' work.
Bro. Warren, of tho Argus, since the
advent of Rev. D.trby's Kpworthiau,
don't believe in being behind in relig
ious ideas and has started a Sunday
school department. It Is to be hoped i
that the reading of proofs f this re
ligious department will have a good
effect on the editor, and may have a
tendency to Induce him to go to church
services once in twenty-live years,
Minutes seem like hours when a life
is at stake. Croup gives no time to
stud for n doctor, delay may mean
death. One Minute Cough Cr.ro gives
instant relief ami insures recovery.
Tho only harmless lemedy that pro
duces immediate results, C. L. Cot
ting. AlvaSullars is looking for what he
calls n big liar, with "bleed" in his eye.
Some malicious individual started a
story going that he hail joined the
happy baud of benedicts. Alva says it
Is no joke to tell that kind of a lib and
have the wholo town come around and
give conglutinations and want cigars.
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From '(very where come woids of
pniisc for Chamboi Iain's Cough
Remedy, "Allow mo to congratulate
.von on tho merit of your Remedy It
1 euiud mo of chronic bronchitis when
the doctor could do nothing lor me
(,'IIAH, F H KM 111., Toledo, O For sulo
by 11. K. (Jrleii, Druggist
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A dispatch came from Mi'Cook Sun
day 4iioriiiug homing the sail Intelli
gence of tin dtMih ot Allsi Mlt-8 Liz.ie
Muiphy, a young lady well known in
Ri d Cloud, this being her home. She
hid been living at the home of her sis
ter, .Mrs. Fiauciico for1 several months
pust, aud although had been complain
ing for some time her real condition
was not realized until early Sunday
morning when she asked her sister to
prop her up anil send for the priest.
At eleven o'clock she was dead, She
had ;nee n -pYeeododi BirthV last
m mill by two sisters and her mother.
She was a young lady of sterling quali
ties and highly respected, aud wns a
member of tho Catholic church. The
funei al services were conducted from
the Catholic church in this city Tues
day morning al 10 o'clock.
Married At tho residence of the
bride's father, Mr, R. K. Orchard, on
Wednesday, February lOtli, Mr. (5eo.
M. (laruer to Miss Laura A. Orchard,
both of luavale, Rov A. O. Itlackwoll
official inc. A pleasant company of
relatives ami friends witnessed the
ceremony, aud put took of an excellent
dinner provided for the occasion. Mr.
(leorgc Al. (Sariicr is one of lmivale's
most prominent and .successful young
men, and his bride, Mis Laiiia, is an
accomplished young lady, ami highly
esteemed by all who know her. The
young couple si&n obt on their nun
ried lifo with the well wishes of a lost
of friends for their future success.
J, W. Ball, Editor and Publisher of tha Moun
tain Mirror, Rastoradto Health From
La Qrlpp by tha Use of
OR MILES' RESTORATIVE NERVINE,
Oil over a year I suffered with com
plete nervous prostration aathere
bultof I.uOrlppo, writes Mr. Hall of
Lake 1'Iacld, N. Y. Doctors did nil thuy
could but their tlTorta were without results,
unU I grow worse. My trouble affected my
mind, but kind nature came to my relief by
helping mo to think, 'If I only had u helplutf
hand to it Id nature to build niu up ulonly
and surely.' Tbo re
sult wns I refused till
other medicine and
my wlfo procured a
bottle ot Dr. Miles'
ttlilch 1 took faithful
ly ami am fully ru
torcd to hutlth, I
uito this hnplni; It may help others, for
l)r. Miles' ituiucdlpssiiirly cuiu,
Dr. Miles' Itcinrdlcs are. mJiI by till drutf-
Klfcts until r II po-lttve ftiiai.uiieu, first bntllo
bonollts or money iifunduil. ltookpn Uuurt.
uiul Nurvas hunt ftee to nil itppllcuuts,
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