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THE BED CLOUD CBXEF, FftlDAT, JA3T. 26, 1900.
Slccplcssncsn mnrkn the very climax
of human RttfTcritiK. It Is only n step
removed from insanity. When sleep no
lotiKer restores the exhausted nature, tue
ttruKRle with disease ennnot last lonn.
Tlic BtartiiiK jwtat or the nervous dis
orders which produce ill -health ntttl
elceplcssncss, is generally a tlisciuctl
condition of the womanly organs. Re
store these organs to round health ana
the appetite comes back, the day's work
no longer wearies, and sleep is sound
and refreshing. Dr. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription cures diseases of the worn
nnly organs. It stops the drains which
weaken women ; it licals the inflamma
tion and ulceration, nnd cures fcmolc
weakness. . ,. ..
There is no alcohol in Favorite Pre
scription and it is entirely free from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotics.
It is a temperance medicine.
My health h been poor for many yean and
1 had taken a great deal of medicine, but It did
me no Rood," write Mm. Koe Kennedy, of
Springbluff, Adama Co., Wis. , "UH August ray
health mi rery poor; I had no appetite and
timid not tlttp. f wrote to Dr. pierce and he
kindly advised me to take hU' Favorite Pre
acriptW I took fire bottles of the I recrip
lion and one bottle of the ' (Jolden Medical Dis
covery.1 and I feel like a new woman."
Cure sick headache by using Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
P. I, COBLB,
wFFICK IN MOON IILOCK.
Iusuranco written on city nnd farm
property ni lowest mtcs.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. if M. R. R. otupany,
anil U. S. Petition Surgeon,
City and country calls promptly nn.
sw crt'd day or niglit.
OVTICKOVKULlNDSKY'S MKAY MAIIKKT
NldllT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Dr. E. A. Crkigiiton,
Honorary (Jrnduato & Silver Medalist
Western University, Ciumdii.
CJacls Amiwkkkd Day and Niqiit.
OrrrcE OtinCK' 1'iiiiiKACT.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
town I Bridge Work or Teeib Without Plato.
And all the latent Improvement lu dental tneeh
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock Iloz S3. Qulde Uock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold unit
TERMAN d- fiLACCtEDOC
KTTOHNBYS - RT - L.TKinl.
Mice trer st Ottlee.
RKD OLOUU, NEBRASKA.
DRS. SEARLES & SEMES
Main Otrtce I ltU & O HU
ta yean In Omaha aid
In Nervous, Chronic and
Private HIHEAHK8 f
MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Diseases and
DISORDERS OF MEN
enable us to cuarautee to
cure nil curable cases of
the Nose, Throat, Chest
Hklnand Kidney Disease
-Lot ilaiiUcMHl, Nljtht
Emissions, Hydrocele, Var
lllul IIIIa. Vlalnl. b.I
cvcDta, juuurriioci, urnoi, nw.( .- i.iuia nut.
Kectal Uleers, Dlsbeto and llrlgbt'n Disease.
PiTSIOO.OOfor ii caso ut CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, or
BLOOD POISON wacanuet cure If curable
- 9tr(otur and Gleet Curfel t Home.
BaamiaatTon and Ctiumutatiou bltt.fi. Morne
tcoutmoat by nsaU Id all aleaks a specialty,
All snodisine farntekul. Call er addross
wltli slurap ior.etreulavfrM took, aud roaelkie
wrlloMiom KHiir r, U. MOX 4. tiiiie
Jo ktlwhiaviU Itlk.,
1'tt 0, I.Tuvaia, H
VOX tUfVt all i 'jt lAfi
Wat WMfl ."jria n-r WM .
kl IM4 w n exv.wsak
STOLE IN MSB, SLEEP.
AjrUlyfltji Efi.1iciice of a Girl at
a Ilrtse Party.
An interne rwmlimfror JtJ9 Work
ed Upon IIt lillt;' Aslet-p
mill Hlic Coiiunlttcd
It gives one u weird feeling to be told
of words stild und netfc committed wlieti
one is uueonseloiiA of external condi
tions. It it. for this teiiKon that walking
ui talking In one's bkep ih so terrify
liiB A iounff wuiunu wlio for ji-nris
u.ts lu the habit of walking In her bleep
n.uil Unit hhe felt us If she vere pos'
kfhtul of some ttuuunny power which
yltliout her volition might at any time
cit-se lier to do soinetlilng dreadful.
"I iifortunut'ely I hnu it pulsion for
Hum Monet.,-' she said, "and thut, com
bined with my bomnainbullsin, brought
nit' once into it most uncomfortable po
sition. 1 wiib invited to go with a house
party to n large country place on the
Hudson. Knowing my inllnnlty, I had
never heretofore dared to accept such
ImitntionK, but as I had not had any
recurrence of my trouble for over a
year 1 hoped I was rid of it forever,
and, urged by my ttimily, I finally ac
cepted. For the first two nights 1
probably remained quietly in my room,
but on the third it strange thing hap
pened. At dinnerjllmt evening Miss
11., a girl from San Francisco, wore a
peculiar jewel. It was n large pearl
hanging from nn equally large ruby,
which was suspended from a diamond,
which in its turn quivered from an em
erald brooch. 1 admired the effect of
the stones resting on the white lace of
her gown nnd she unfastened the pin
and handed me the valuable ornament
to look at. Jt was really a pleasure to
me to hold the beautiful gems and 1 re
member telling her ns I returned them
to her thnt It wos netunlly n physical
plt'iiMirc to handle them.
"The next morning 1 waked feeling
that something had happened and 1 im
mediately became possessed" with the
Idea that 1 had wulkeil In m sleep, al
though J saw no cidcm-f that I had
done so. 1 felt most uncomfortable,
however, and my feeling of vague ap
prehension was not lessened when I
went downstair und found that during
the night -Mis-, II. had been robbed nt
her jewel, which she had carelessly left
sticking In the pin cushion.
"As It hnppcncd no one had come
down except Mlts It. and our liobtess,
and the latter teemed curiously indis
posed to make a disturbance by an
nouncing the fobs publicly .and begged
iih not to mention the fact to the ivm
of the guests. This .Miss II. readily
promised, as she realized what a dis
agreeable llunle it would be to the par
ty, but she insisted upon bending at
once for a detective and she quitted the
room to wire her husband, who was In
'While .Miss II. was telling of her los.
I had the most curious feeling of being
In some way connected with thealTair,
and as soon as we were alone I told her
of my somnambulism and strange im
pression. Whereupon she in her turn
told how in the middle of the night
she had been startled by a noise like the
shutting of her door, and, being of a
nervous disposition, she had sprung
from her bed, opened it and looked into
the dimly lighted hall und wns aston
ished to see thnt my door, which was op
posite, was open.
"When she missed her pin In the
morning she concluded not to speuk
of the Incident, as she really nttached
no importance to the coincidence, but
now we both regarded the occurrence
us siguilicant and together we hastily
returned torn room. There, careless
ly laid on a chair near my bed, was the
missing Jewel, which had escaped my
notice while J was dressing. The dis
covery wns u great shock to me so
great a one that it protmblj effected
my recovery, for 1 hnve never, to tnj
knowledge, walked in my sleep since."
- N. V. Tribune.
Mrtciirs Prefer Mornlnu,
ii tntcrt'M'vK unil slnillcnnt fnct is
tlnil tin1 nrsf hourly immbcr (if nit
loorh is on I j kJilf ns jrrfiit in tlto uven
Inir ns in tlif tnoriiiii' nnil in tlu- om-ii-iii
it tlitir clnrit is law it. T1ii renson
h 1 1 lit t nt MlllM't Wf Iiiim5 ln'fori' us till'
jMiiilt in tlif lii'itMMis from which tnri'
moving in our orbital joirnt' tiruiitul
tin- htm, wlilli tin- morning wo ftioc thi'
point toward which wo nro iiiUnncin;
in tin' t'xoninj,' wo nro in tin- ronr of tlto
1'iirtli, nt Miiirihc in front. This in
oioiibc in tin' ntiinliiTs nml Hiiootl of tho
inorniiiK inctioih lb jitht whnt ouht to
htijipt'ti if tlioj nro bullion mnliit liulis
oriiiiiiiiitt'l in nil (Unctions umlirtlu'
miii's attraction, ami with the oloolty
(nliont -li niiloK n fercoml) which u hods,
would noiitilro In fnlliiif,' toward the sun
nun n dlMnnco cry frcut lib coinprireil
with the nlzc of our iilniietnry orbit,
lnif. C. A. Young, in l.ljiplncott.
Dr. Mort-no, t tie iMroctor of thu li
l'lntn luiifctutn, iliiriii(r it recent vlrJU to
Uxirlon, irnvi it lecture on I'Miitfonln,
li; hich he ilcclnrril thnt tlntt etittiitrv
tines not ileaerve its bml reimtittion.
iMttioiiKlt itt present, populatian ih
riniiill nml Kcnttereil, it Iiiir, he iivei'tv
ii lienlthy boll enpnble of Hiiportiiifr ti
Inrge pupulntlou, unil.it prt'M'iitt, it iiKt
llrld for litimnn industry. In Dr. Mo
reno' opinion I'ntitKonin ih n rcnuinnt
of un nnelent nntnri'tle nontlnent.
Odd IlPruwrs' if it Itlnsr.
I'lflcen yenrb iifio n fnrtner'H wife in
Maine lost u rhis;- I.nst tuoiitli her huh
lintnl while illffiiliifr potutoes notleeil
one more curiously fihnped thnn the
others. l,1r plekeil It up mnl, if u Maine
,.ipir llilt, lie KieilitfJ, lie fotinil l)U
i lini'-l.i'-l ri)f ( Iteirelity it, Tlltif
fit iti l 1 1 til I 1 1 Lit Oil I IH ll Hllll' of the
,riii,', ImMlni.' it Mcunl.t. X.Y.Sun.
Mrs. Morris' Letter lo
;J ! 1 ii i ii'-i uhio l lla
K, Pinhham's Vn,Uiblo Compound
with griitlfylug results. I hud been
murried four years nnd had two chil
dren. I was all run down, had falling
of womb with nll'iCs distressing By rap
torus. . 1 bad "doctored with a good
'physician, but I derived very little good
from his treatment. After taking n
few bottles of your medicine, I wns
nblo to do my work and nurse my seven-mouths'-old
babe. 1 recommend your
medicine to every wifo nnd mother.
Had I time, I could write much more
lu its praise. I bid you God's speed in
your good work." Mits. L. A. Alomtis,
Wklaka, Putnam Co., Fla.
" Dkah Miis. Pinkham When I com
menced the use of your remedies I was
very bad off. Every two weeks I was
troubled with flowlngfipellswhlchmndo
mo very weak. I had two of the. best
doctors, but they did not seem to help
"They said my trouble was caused
from weakness and was nothing to
worry about Ifclttlredallthctimcjhad
no ambition. I was growing worso all
Pinkharn's Vegetable. Compound. lam
now able to help about the house, and
am much improved in health." Mns.
A. Walkeh, Calucoon Depot, H. Y.
THE GUERIN FARCE.
'An Anierlcnn Deacrlbea a Ludicrous
. Incident of the Excitement
A. J. llnrtou, n New York commission
merchant, who comes direct from Paris,
in conversation with some friends gave
nn amusing description of the siege of
Castle Gucrln. "The ludicrous feature
of the affair to American eyes," he said,
"is the extreme courtesy exhibited by
both sides. I was lucky enough to have
n letter to an o file ltd of some promi
nence, and he had a lieutenant of police
detailud to accompany me to the Rue
Chabrol, where (luerln's house is locat
ed. In that way 1 was enabled to pass
the lines of guards', which were sta
tioned at nil the adjacent corners, and
took my stand directly opposite the
premlFes. While 1 was staring at the
closed shutters, iv middle-aged man,
wearing a shiny silk hat, approached
between two policemen. Oneof the lat
ter knocked at the front doorwlthlhe
hilt of his short sword and then sprang
back and struck an attitude on the
curb. In a moment u little latticed
window in one of the panels was Hung
open and a man's head appeared. The
policeman bowed impressively and
pointed to his companion with the
sldny hat, who nihnnccd, saluted and
presented a large envelope which he
held in his hand. 1 learned afterward
that it was a personal letter which the
authorities had permitted to be deliv
ered. The ceremony concluded with
more bows and salutes on both sides,
anil the latticed window was closed. I
roared with laughter, 1 simply couldn't
help it the whole thing was so incred
ibly absurd. The idea of a man locking
himself in his house in the heart of a
great city and defying u,rrcst is emi
nently Gallic. In our country a big,
double-fisted policeman would smash
down the door with u couple of kicks
und Uucrin and his friends would be
inside a patrol wagon before they could
count 40. I explained this to my escort
and he. was clearly shocked. On the
way back we passed a man sented be
fore n cafe in the Iloulevurd Hnussmann.
He wn maudlin drunk, nnd every few
seconds he would bawl: 'Mort aux
.Tulfs!' at the top of Ills voice. Another
chap about ten feet nwny was doing
exactly tint same thing, and they alter
nated like a pair of automatons. No
body disturbed them. When I left
J'nrls I carried nwny a confused impres
sion that 1 had been among a lot of
lnnatle." V ei,,,.. K.'.uncrnt.
FOR TWENTY YEARS.
W. Burdett Held Captive for Two
Decades, Released by Dodd's
A Victim ol Kidney Disease, Aggravated
by Bleeding Piles Suffered for Nearly a
Quarter of a Century Dodd's Kidney
Pills Opened the Way to Health.
KnrjKiiTON, Minn., Jim 23 F. W.
llurdolt, of this pluco, is it ni.in of 75
yoir of nRu. Ho 1ms coiuplotod thu
allotted thvuu suoro nntl ton with five
more years to tho good. And he Is to
day stronger nntl lu hotter honlth than
ha has been sinco 1880. This (sowing
ontiroly to Dodd's Kidney Pills, which
I have cured him of kidnoy .disease nnd
that most distressing ailment, bleeding
Few men at tho ago of Mr. Burdett
have vitality enough to resist disease,
and it speaks- volumes for Dodd's Kid
ney Pills that Mr. Burdett n Jt only ro-
istod it but threw it off entirely. This
case is especially noteworthy as sig
nificant of the woadorful curative
powcrjof Dodd's Kidney Pills, fr.ra the
fact moreover that the kidney trouble
was aggravated by piles. Both dis
eases have been safely gotton rid of,
bowover, and Mr. Burdett stands today
a freo Jimu after, twenty long years of
oaptivity to pain.
Mr, Burdottgives tho following letter
Kdokiiton, Minn. Tho Dodd Med
icine Co., Buffalo, N.Y.:
Kind Sir I tvm 75 years old. and I
huvo been troubled with kidnoy dis
euso nml bleeding piles for twouty
yimi'H until I begun to tnl; Dodd's Kid
nt Pill, hli'h w itM iu tU'iuHi
tto, I have nm b' en triii)l,t u ut'
j mil rn ninny intink
h U liLitDh'ir.'
I i i i - i i '.-niM
,; i I i ii .. I'1 j I
1 l t 1 J o'clock
YuiHig Pi "pie t ism let of Christian
Kndouvoi hi 0:30.
Kvonlng sen'ieu t 7:30.
Special music at each set vice.
IVnytr hiecting Wednesday evening
.Everybody kindly invited.
L. A. llussoNO, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Morning sctvico at 10:30
Sunday School at 11:45 a.m. Con
ducted by L. V. Albright, uupcrliiteu
Preaching nt Amboy nt 3 p.m.
Senior Lcnguo at 7 p.m.
Evening service nt 7:80.
Normal class Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Prnyor mooting Wednesday evcuiug
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to nt
tend. Roscok A. Baiinks, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday ns fol
lows: Regular morning service at 10:30.
Sabbath school at 11:45.
Young People's Society Christian En
doavor nt 0:30.
No evening service, preaching by the
pastor at Indian creek.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
All nro heartily welcome.
Fhank W. Dkan, Pastor.
- PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS.
He "These weddings are a borel
Don't you think so?" She "I don't
know. I've never Vrled one." Town
Lawyer "Do you svenr the collisiou
raised the entire ear?" Witness
"Well, It raised everything but'the win
Mrs. Oatcake (reading newspaper)
"There arc 15,000 Poles in Philadel
phia." Farmer Oatcake "Gosh! what
a place to raise beans!" Philadelphia
Dismal Dawson "Oh, well, the pore
man can't choose his lot, us the feller
says." Kverett Wrest "No; but he
has to take a lot he don't choose." It.
City Girl (pointing to a wild plant
bvthe wavside) "What's that?" Coun
try Cousin "That's milkweed." Citv
Girl "Oh, jes; that's what you feed
the cows on." Ohio State Journal.
Attorney "When did jour husband
first show signs, of insanity, madam?"
Wife-"The day he uiurrUd me. 1
then discovered he was making onl.v
ten dullarn n week." - Philadelphia
Hotinty Ih lilnod Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin, Xo
beauty without it. Cascaratrf, Cundy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body, llegin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
THE FIRST BABY.
;ts Coming is Looked Forward to
With Both Joy and Fear and itf
Safe Arrival it Hailed With
Pride and Delight by All.
The arrival of tho first baby In the
louBohold is tho happiest and most im
portant ovent of married life. The young
wifo who is to become a mother delights
to think of tho happiness in storo for her
when tho little ono shall nestlo upon her
broost and latterly Bho shall hear it lisp
tho sweet and holy name, "mother."
But hor happy anticipation quickly van
ishes whon she realizes tho terriblo ptiin
md suffering through which sho must
nnna whilii bplnuintr tho littlo ono into
thu world. An indescribnblo fear or the
langor attendant upon tlio ordeal Boon
JiBsipates hur joyf illness.
TlintMnntlH of women hnvo learned
by exporienco that thuro is absolutely
no necessity for tho sufferings which at
tend child-birth; they know that by
the uso or "Mother's Friend" a soion
tlflo linimentfor a fow weeks bororo
tho trying hour, expectant mothers con
io proparo themselves for tho final
hour that tho puin and Buffering or the
lreaded ovent aro entirely obviated and
It is safely passed through with com
paratively little discomfort.
All women aro interested, and es
pecially expectant mothers who for the
Bret time have to undergo thi. trial, In
mch a remedy ; for they know the pain
and Buffering, to aay noimng m wjousui
Ror, whleh is in store for them. "Moth
era Friend" is woman's greatest bles
ting, for It takes her safely through the
severest ordeal of her life. Every woman
should be glad to read the little book
"Before Baby is Born," which contains
information of great value to 4dl. It
will bo sent free to any one who send
their address to The Bradfleld Regu
lator Go., AtUUst, Ua.
FDR 14 CENTS!
rials to isln this Tear 'JDU.(uJ
new oualvruura, aud hem: otter
I l-lnr.CJIIr Clsnlrii llaat. Ilk)
I ." laOrMMsrktlltiice,lso
I " Hlrawburrr Melon, Uo
1 " II Oar Haai.h.
1 " Karlr IllpeCalitiase,
I " Kailr Ulnnfr Onion.
8 " Urllllsnt Flower Seeds,
Worth 1.00, far 11 crate, fUS
Almiell) PkesT worth tl.eO. we will
msll rott free, toirrtliar with our
Vlsutaml bred Cstsloe.tel
fni, all aliout Mailer's Million llol.
Inr I'otnln, npon riTfli't of this
milliMiA I ir.aiami", iiriiiiiiu,),
j. irtmloi ndkn w i en jrn 1 1 to JJ
- tIT .llOr' hncilxj 'I lI't-'.rM
a 3 H ,' 1 1 in i".. nr 1 in h
' b r II 11 -.Ft ,1 . 1 r il, lla
join 1. mwm sit 11 1 ii.. 1' iiokHi', m a
Tltouaando Hnvc Kidney Trouble j
nnd Don't Know it.
"- .niilicjdiiiy coridi
rtlon of the kid.
neys; If It v.alnn
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or paki In
the back Is also
convincing proof that the kldneya and blad
der arc out of order.
What to J)o.
There 13 comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder apd every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
Lest. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
urtnriprftll Hl-nvu ICVAT
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by mall,
aaaress ur. ruimer cc nome of swmp-noo.
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
If yon bftTon't a regular, healthy movement of the
bonela erorr day, jou'ro lick, or will bo. Kcop your
bowels open, and bo well. Force. In ttao itiaimof
violent pliTilc or pill pltoo,lt dariKcroui. The
nmoollicit. caatent, most perfect way of keeping tbo
bowels clear aod chiau Is to tako
TRAOt MARK RIOISTTRID
. l'lemnt, 1'atttatilv. rotcnt.TaMoGnod.no flood.
NpverflPken. Weaken ortlrlpe HV. r 'J Wrlto
for frco saiuplo, nnd booklut on lu-altn. Address
Btfrllit lltmtif (oupuf, llilitita, Jnlrrll, ."(. Tori, 3tt
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Eureka Ilnrncsa Oil Is the beta
preservative of new Ivntlier
nnd tliu best renovator ( old
leather. ItolU, HoftciiK, bluek
ens and protects. Uro
on your lot harness, your nld bar
m-xn, nnd our rnrrlnce top. ami tin y
will nut only look letter tint near
Ioniser. Holdevtrywhcn-ln rjm-all
sizes from linlf pints to II n' talloiiir.
Ufcttb; STiNDlRIt OIL lu.
Itraats wltn too whether 70a continue thrgmg.
renoves the desire for tobaeco, lthV MsaaV
out nsrvousdlftrest, espela nleo-mm . I WmKi
tine, parlDts the blood, rJrl I k a-lTjtw.-tores
lost manhood. MSfTatl I Wwlwin
makes 70a stroncv4.T.I4Uold, MO.OOO
LaVvoar own dnmlsi.whe
II afafaVwlllVoueh for as. Take It with
aSVs wlll.patlrntlr, psrslstentlj. Oae
kbox.ai. Dsaallrcurtsi Sboses.atM,
narantmd to care, or we ref aod monev.
sstttas BwieSjC. , Ornmit, ajMims, In Itri.
OIsanaM aod brsutinai the halt.
Promotes a liuurisnt trowth.
If ever 7alla to Beitoraanry
ssar v lia iiuuiiu wviur.
Cans scalp diareMS aslr falUsf.
UR IIAUDSOME ILLUSTRATED
OOO CATALOGUE Uth,k hill ol
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Mtii-k- IN aprkr fm !!) -il InfuhiliT 'l
HriHiil.r u.KtTi frtiirMt. 1 I'v H Ir-lchl.
IjuulUttolukUlsiof C.,CUj Uuur.Nili.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOK
tin grsndttt sad f siUn nllina Imoa tier rubluhod,
lilt I.I VI NO Tltll'ril FOK IIKAII AMI IIF.AItT.
I'.mUInlnx Mr. .MOOII'H U.i ScriD.m, withheld
'I htillln? .trlrs. Inclileau. IVrsousI Fsitrrlcuui.etc . ss tgld
Bl D. L. Moody
linrai'rM-a litt tlmo fur Agents. hnd for terms tu
A. It. tlOltl'lll.MiTU.N A CO., llirllorU, tuu.
J'UHLIOATION OF SUMMONS.
In tlio District Court of Wchslcr county. Neb
Timt'ltv r Iti'il cloud. Nelirnska
i 8. (lar7 IS
Tlio KarmorsA Merchant'
Inr Pninrianv. William
bcr. JohnO, Yelsar.andUjrlandl
To the defchdaut William 8. Garber:
You are nereor notineu inai on tot 1st aay or
December, 1890, the plaintiff herein tiled Its
amended petition acatnst you et al. In the abore
entitled action, In the ottlee of the clerk of tho
il,4. Pniirl nf lValtafAr Pntllltv Inh-aalra
the abject and prayer of which are to subject
to saia on execiiuuu jot imiiiivuiic ui j in diock
thirty-one (SI). In the original townslte of lied
Cloua, Nebraska, issued 011 a Judgment of the
district court of said county, against the de
fendant llanklngr Company, lu favor of the
plaintiff, and to exclude you nnd tho other de
fendantn wholly of any Interest In said real
You are required to auswer said petition 011 or
beforo Monday the 22d day of Jauaary, two, or
said petition will bo taken as confessed, and
and decree rendered arcordliiKly,
TiikCitv or KlEllUl.OUU Ncbraska,
II) Ciunkt & Mihveii, It'a Attorneys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska I
Webster County. lu tho Couuty Court.
lu the matter ef the it-tale of Oranao II. Dear.
Notice Is hereby Riven tb all pcrsotiB having
dalms ami demands aEftlnsl Orunue II, near,
lute of WuliKter reuuty. rlecuased. that the time
fixed for mini! olilms nalnn mid estate Is six
mnnths f roan the lDtli dnr (if Innimrv l'i
All such rrrsoiih aro ronulrcil to nriiii iiw.u
I Claims ini iiiu MiiiiiiniHiDiiiccouillyiMlilKQof
util roinilT nt lits a.tft. c i'ii 11 in un ur tieforo
ll,i' IU1I1 U or Iiiu ., t, all 1 linri.c mi
fill il WlM I L )lt,lll l.toltirif ! t . nit .liifl,... ,1, n u
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imir. WlthcompltliltoryofhUlirby Htv.rilAH.F,
.wA, I'Jilor cr Mr Stwidy Chlcaro l hurch for Ht yrsri
sml si laitwliictloB br lti.v,l.l StAN A II IIOT1 , 11. U
llrmul nw, nuoiip , feMuribUy luwinunl (nl,0)li mun
...,-v(ki liTAS-l'F.ll Alen and Witmru rr'i-Har
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all jwinti eusl nnd
TUAINH LKAVK AN fULt.OWn:
No, 18. l'ltrtviiRvr ilnlly for Oticrllu
ami St. Fraud tirtuicliL-N Ux
run), McCooL, Denver mid all
points wetl 7:55 nm
No, H. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
KtintiHH Clt, AU'IiImin. St,
I.ouK Muioln via Wjmoro
ami all points cnel ami contli 2:(Vj a.m.
No. 15, ViixxuiiKer. ilall). Denver, nil
pollilKln Colorado. L'tah ami
No. 10. I'HsuiiKur, dally fur St. .toe.
Kansas Clt. Atrlilnou, St.
I.onl ami all polntH MM nnd
Minth -........ ................l0:ira,ta.
No. ltl. Accommodation, dally execjit
Sunday. IlaMlni'K Grand IV
laud, lllaclc Hills and all
points lu the northwest......... 1:00 p.m.
So. 143, Accommodation, dully except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and ,
Intermediate stations, via Ko
No. 64. Freight, dally, Wymore aud
St. Joo and Intermediate
Junction points 19:45p.m.
No, 63. Freight, dally for Itcpubllcan
Orleans, Oxford and all points
vrcst... ...... NJMUa.m.
rrciKiii, aany except Sunday
for Wymore and all point east 7 .35 a.m.
r rcigni uauy to uxrora ana
Intermediate nolnts I'Mnm
Sleeping, dining, aud reclining chair raw.
(scats frco) on through trains. Tickets sold aod
baggago checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent. lied
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Ncbrasks.
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Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat
ent business conducted for modchatc Ftcs.
Oun Orricc is Or posiTr, U, s. patcnt Orriec
and we ran secure patent in Jess tune than those
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., Vith descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable ur not. free of
ccarge. uur lee .Tot due tin patent is secured,
' A P AM PHUT, " Hrxr to Obtain 1'atents," with
cost ot same in the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
Opp. Patcnt Orricc, VMdhinqton,
Anvnno cndlnn a sketch nnd description may
qulcklr ascertain our opinion frco whether an
opinion ireo wnc
invention isprnnnriivp'uenuinio. i iiniinunien.
sent free. Ulttest auenev forsecurlnir tiatouts.
I'ntenu taken throueh Jtunn & Co. receive.
tpteltil notice, without charge. In tho
A handiomoly lllnstrated weokly. Lnraost cir
culation of any eclentllto journal. Terms, 3 a
renri four months, SI. Bold .jjrnll nciqrtoJm.
MUNN&Co.30,Bfoad"' New York
llrauch uffleo, ISS V Bt Wnshlugton, U.C.
mm 'CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
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""P" ' !rtlBlars, TeallaiealaU
tai "Stellar far La4lea. M Mr, St r
(ara Mall. 10,000 TMttauslsU. 81.1 ky
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'van ocl?l. itaae m Dr. au., LW, Juliana
lHUQt of IIMl4l. Ml Arch Ht,, yniaqlhl. ra.
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqon Soaleb Baok of Offioe.
IJuy nnd soil linlpd Hay, C0171, O.tts
Millet, Iiarloy, Kti
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