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fA3 NO UOE.
Zhdr Qait'Wtica' Ihnjr Dlicovrd
. Wm a Yank.
Governor Matthown la telllug a good
etory ha hoard In tho South recently, '
. cays tho Indianapolis Journal. In a
Vvnlloy In tho northern part of Goorgln, I
batwecn two raouuUlns, which shutout
nil rominiinlcntlon with tho outsjdo
vorld, there lived on old plantor who, I
j, while an ardont adherent of the South
cm cause; was too badly crippled by
Infirmities to shoulder a muaket and
march bnrefootcd. But he had a son
' whom Uo sent, and after tho boy had I
disappeared down the rond tho oli man
waited for tho news of the strife. Occa
sionally rumors of Southern victories
would float over tho mountains and tho
oiu man uncio a. no was canon
wnnlil mini, n .,.1,. nn ,.nuiiiUv
'' Jarjfe dose of Pilnt Julep. At other tlmos, tho oast was called to two other sales, gross asking that no Christmas rc
when rjvo-ao aev came and It was ro- similarly exploded, and also lying on CC83 i)0 tuon; rdso' that if Con
Wrtoi. that the gray had bron turned their sides in the street and doing duty .1(liourned without adontinc
$k, tUo-ofd man would bitterly la- as horse-blocks. grtss .tdjourijetl uuuoui aciopunt
ment and uso iho aamo remedy for grief "How obout these safes?" soiati legislation for the relief of
and sorrow that ho used to quiet his "Nuthln much of a story," remarked, tho Treasury he would not he.Mtato
Joy. Through It all he had abundant tho Parkvlllo merchant. "Them safes , ., . : t or
folth In tho ulllmato victory of tho con- j have laid right thar where you all Bee " c,m au LMI" a1"" -ll U,1L-
.fHorntonrmy, and any doubt expressed 'om sinco 73. They wuz dragged out the purpose of providing that re
would meet with u stern robiiko, j-thoro and busted by Quantrcll and Jces li0. Of course, Mr. Cleveland
U.1:" W5f. " ?"L "fJT" ",.,,C,J ? ' " Finnic James and tho Younger ,M0W!j tmt hocnimot ,ako Con-
mine, inu aiivr "" viau
. there wns no one to Icnrn the cource of
jQVonta. Tho old man smoked his pipe
and wnltod Impatiently for news. One
morning as he sat on the front porch,
with his pipe, far down tho dusty road
appeared, tho form of a solitary pedes
-trlon. Gradually he approached and
' the feeble vlBlon of tho aged plantor
recognized his long absont pon. Tu
puffs from tho pipe cjtmo thick and fast,
but thlB wae only tho sign of engernesB
or. nervousness displayed. The goto
swung open and tho soldier walked up
' and' eat down on tho steps.
"MornJn Jim," said the old mnn.
VMornln', pap," waa tho quiet re
.'' ,Tho old man reached behind him for
"."; n stout club, which ho, ueod as a enno.
"Jim," ho said,1 nervously; "Jim, yo
I, didn't, desert?"
"No; wo'ro whupped."
"'Yes, we're whupped. Leo ban sur
rendered with hla army and wo all laid
down our gunc"
The old man Jabbed with hia cane at
r a fly for a minute, and then, looking up
with, a troubled expression, asked:
' "Jim,' hoW'd it happen,?"
"Well, pap, wo nil lit our best an'
we guv 'cm h as long aa It wta nn
even r-htfke. but wo all found out 'ut
the Lord wus 11 Yink an' It was no
uso. Ve laid down our guns au' cum
A IUro Mlril.
Tho rarest Bpocles of bird now extant,
and ono which lo a)jnost extinct, ha3
Its hoino lu the Jungicn of South Aracr-
, Jca, -This ornltuoioglcal curiosity iu
'knowvi to science us lite palninedra cor-
liuda.'aud to the common peopio aa tno
"horned scrennipr." As a rara nVis
uotulug cuuid extol tho cuviiuuu, tiuleas
it Hlioulu be the accldeutal ducovcry ot
, a llVlUg lUO.i, u." uU ij.uJ.UU.J. tU. 10W
,',o thfcj bird books even let you kuovv
that buch a .horuod paradox over ex
1 Jrtled, let alone ttlliiif, you t:iat living
tpi.uimon8 of the queer cioature mo oc
casionally met wlili. Tho only ono now
7in captivity lu North America, if tho
wiitor was not miMuiorniod, is ilut oe
longlns to tho aviar of tho t'utiuuel
phia Soological gardens, nnd wau-n nr
rlved&u tnia couiury uoout tin en joais
ago. Tho crcatuio id uuout tae bizo of
a mil-grown turkey ntn, and ot a utack
, lsh brown color. Uuo of uo aibun
eulshed peculiarities ib a rufflo of black
&ud tamu wulch burrounus 1110 aad.
Womeu' Ulslitu In Indlumv.
The legal Uguis of women aro no-
wheie lu iuq union moro liberal tuau In
the lUio ot luuuuia. In a lccent ad-
'drebs by a lawyer ueioio tho Woman'3
.club lu Inuiana.ol.8 Uicso wero thus
formulnled: "oince lbSl n married
(Vornun may hold real or personal piop-
,crflr tho eamo as if sho wote unaiar-
Ti. Sho Is now peimittcd to become
'E"rety or lndorser lor her husband, or
any other pcrrou. Sho may carry on
any trade or bus.ucss, and penorui any
labor or corvjeo on her separate ac
countand Ib entitled to her coparate
earnings. Her legal condition is one
"of comparative freedom nnd independ
ence, 'lhe policy of the law of recent
'years has been to remove her disabili
ties, and at tho same time to protect
,her from tha machinations of those
wbojivlht seok to -tako advantago of
Tit inexpertenpe sndi of her wllling
necs ti B-'crlflco everything matoilal
lor the sake of those sho lovos."
a B k6 IJ mriteil Court,
George Sfavcnson, a traveling muse
um man, charped 1 employer. Robert
Eldosworth, with stealing a raccoon nnd
.a big rattlesnake. Buth "varmints" were
brought Into Judfc JJycrly's court in
jJS'ow York, where the rattlesnake es
'cnpofl from its box. Officers, witnesses
pnd spectators boltcfl out through the
eldo doore, and evon Judgo Byorly, a
votcran soldier, fled, making his exit by
the fire-escape. The rattler was cap
Iturod, but the case went ocr to allow
.the court to regain Its nerve.
' "V Krulpiuro Umlr Urouml.
Vhlla a workman engaged iu a Pu
eblo. Colo., atoneyard was dressing a
bloqk ot stone his chlcrl laid bjhe n
touud knot or knot v-it the urfa of
ihu rock. A stro$ of the bamuei C
proualy Applied far tho purpowi of
amoothlng down the podule hud tho
)fTQt of !si"ii,:a8 It entire An iu
.vowlgatlon proved that the un-.Walitv
.if the stone knot bore a perfeet mod!
' pi a human fac. Who owoa4 that fc
and in whur -i-e t tbp world did bo
SOUVENinS OF A RAID.
gftNt Left In lh fitreet by thn Jarao
Tho writer wis slttlriK In front of ono
of the stores at Parkvlllo, Mo., smoking
a vory bad cigar of local origin and con
versing with tho merchant who had
sold It. says tho Washington Star. It
was obout A o'clock in tho afternoon,
and manjf of the country peoplo were
coming Into town. A country elrl of
the'glon camo canterlns up on a bare
buck horse and slid off on what was a
unlquo Bort of horse-block.
It was nothlnp more or Ices than an
old runty safe of considerable size. It
had nnnrtrnntlv Inln tliprn fnr VDQrfl.
and when examined disclosed a bus- wab to day as badly in need of fi-plclous-looklng
hole In ono Bldo, clearly naiioial le'islaturo us when ho
mo wuni oi explosives. ,m una yumi
the nttcntlnn of thn lnvw.tltrr.tor from
tho work of explosives. . At this point
urquirs, nioilg wiiji me ruai ui niwu-
troll's pangr Tliby came chargln' down
tho street one day In June, and tuk tho
town in about a minute and n half, and
then went for them bates. Money wuz
mighty popular with Quantrcll nnd tho
Jamesbovs, and they usually went artor
all I thoy homd of." 1
"How njuch did thoy get from the
"1 dunno how much thoy got from
them on t'other side of the Btrcot," said
the Parkvlllo mnn. "They hunted
R800 oufn mine." And here ho pointed
sadly at the saf noiroet to him, tho ono
on which 1110 young rustic nau juai.
"Was that yours?" was asked.
"Yes," ho answered. "I hop
I'doYow'' Wl-ar l A "0W nnd 3"8t a8raRkinB tho country too prosper
"Why haven't you removed the ow. Thuy don't wish tho country
"What's the uso?" observed the Park
vlllo mah. "They ain't In nobodyV
way and they do fust-ratu for hosa
blochs. Nutlmr thing wo ain't got no
carts nor tackle strong enough to uiovo
'em, nohow; to we Jest let them go as
they lay, as they say In faro."
Thn NilinluT of Orunkiirilt.
I stated two years ago that thfro woro
approximately 1,000,000 persons who
uso spirits to excess In tho United
Slates. Dy excess I meant nil persons
who drank to Intoxication continuously
or at long Interval's. These figures wore
leached from a study of tho statistics
of persons arrested for Intoxication In
the lower courts; al3o the general opln-
Ion of persons with a wldo acquaintance
uu ui ,,.. u..u .... 4 ....
nmong buulness men. who assert that
less than 2 per cent of all drinking men
come under Icgnl notice. Of course
wldo differences of opinion will prevail
until some accurate Btntl3ticB are made.
Two attempts to make a census of
drinking mon In eastern towns revealod
many difficulties and the Intensely
morbid desire to conceal the drinking
customs ot pocyK'. Uulh of tact, cen
suses Indicated one drinking man to
every eight persons nnd produced a
strung conviction that this was a very
low proportion. Th ro are many rea
oons for helievoins that the estimate
of 1.G0O.0OQ persons who use spirits to
excess In this country In a minimum
rather than a maximum statement.
Quarterly Journal of Inebriety. '
HivirnttiiH ot rt Micmir.
Tnt Sherd)', whoso plan to establish
a now Monte Cailo at Cairo was telo
grnpi d from Now York last week, h
gomothlng of an oplgraramattst. In de
tailing hlB plan to the reporter ho said
that tho Invalids who go to Cairo aro
"looking around for some mental diver
slon. Thore is no finer thing to divert '
the mind than gambling. It makes
peoplo forget their other troubles." Ho
was once tuked how It was that, if hf j
played a "squaro" game, ho could al-,
ways find peoplo ho could beat. "My
boy," he replied, "there's n sucker born
every minute, ar.d." ho added, roilec
tivcly, "sometimes twins." On anoth-,
er orcarlon he watched tho bubbles rise
In tho wlno ho was drinking. "A glass
of wine," ho presently observed. '
"makes a poor Irishman feel llko a rich
Now AVomrn In Smyrnw.
The now woman has reached Smyr
na. There is In to Quartler Salnt
Ulmltre, says the Sfn.boul, a comely
young fellow wno abandoned his poor
sweetheart for a rlchor woman Just
as 6omctlms or oftenor happens In
count s mgro "civilised" than Syria.
But on the "marriage day, Just as tho
ceremony wa3 about to bo performed,
h'.s first love appeared !n tho church at
tue hpt-l of a foW determined follow
ers, boldly sflred the stupefied bride
groom, thruot him In a carriage, picked
up a priest en pnssant aud thon tho
twain wero speedily mado ono In anoth
er church, while tho rich girl was left
tn her tears In rlnglo wretchodness.
Glorious, wasn't it? Sad, wasn't it?
Iluy'oe Ani-r!cin Hunt.
Some time ago an American launch
company sold to the Grand Duke Alex
ander of Rum!k an electric launch ot
the samo type as th.it provided for the
United States man-of-war New York.
Tho c r ot Ruejria has aoun the boat,
and being greats pleased with It tins
commltfaioned the Utnmian ombaiwy at
Wnshlnjjtpn to buy for him anothor
like it at u post of. about $4.0W.
Ou ltv l'upll.
In a MhoQi district la Maadc county '
ICiisrat, there Ik tut one child, a boy
of aehool one. UU teacher is his staler, t
I who le paid 36 a ussnth for tcachlns
President Cleveland dropped b
hint to a gontloruan who was talk
ing with him n day or two ago
that will not bo enjoyable, nows to
tho republican Presidential candi
date who presides over tho House,
and who has lately been congratu
lating himself on tho apparent
success of the do-nothing lyo
granimo ho arranged for Congress
many months ngo. Prorfidont
Cleveland made it plain' to hid
i culler that ho thought tho court try
. .. , ,,;, .1 , nA Onn.
0nt tllflt SPeCIal mOsHllgO to COH-
gress pass remedial legislation by
calling an extra session, but ho
can focus public attention upon
tho refusal or inubitity of the re-
publicnn Congress to adopt legis-
, u t, t M H u Tr s.
..,,,. , , ,
ury, and intelligent jicogle will
not bu slow either in placing the
reBpon8ibility ()P in bi-nlhig tho
reason. Iho republicans arc
ufraid than if thoy should help to
put the Treasury in good shnpo it
might losseri their chances for car
rying tho Presidential election by
to get too
8TATK Or NE11I1AUKA, 1 M
llox Ilurri: Coi-.vtv, ) ',
II. II. Ilallnrd, you cr lirrclij- notifi((! tlmt on
thn llltli liny nf Aprd 1MM. '1'iiiimiit HcIIm pur
cial at tux 1 tlm S W 'i uri'tlon IC town
Htup'JK, ri (,, llux Untloofiiiiity, Stcilc f Ni
liruka '1'li.tt Haid iiiiitl s tnxrd in tin ram
(ir K. a. r.allurd, nnd tlic enid piiirl.ii-e ot tux
Haiti 7.ik umile lor tlm tnxc of the liar Wi.
1'imttln'UiiMi for tin niliiuiill(in of tho nforp
.nicl iaud w ill expire on tho luth dny ot Apiil,
Untoilnt ItadelllTe, Iown, thin lr.th dry of Jnn
uaiylBtX). T1IOS HOl.I.IS,
Hy It. II. linllurd, hlsutty. in ta:t.
Kirt pulilioalum 1-J11-W.
iTATE OV NfillKAHKA, ( u
Hot Hurri: I'tiUNTV, 1
11. 11. linllurd. ion are hrrt-))T notifiotl tl.nt oil
,l' '"'V' ty ot V"?'.1 'm Wf ",ina.8 UWH. p"r
HiaHwl at tax wilo tin' N W '. wction 15, tonn-
nim, .. rnufr't,, I'ox l-tittn tounty, state of
.Ni'Uraka Tlmt. Kaid land n8 taxed in Hie
1an100flt.il 1 allard. and tlio a d piirclmxc
oi taxt-alPWiH mail" foMlm txp ot tln ar
1 UJ. That tliiitiiiui for the redemption of tlm
ttlorwaid land will oxjiiro ou tlm iiltli di y of
DaU'd at ItadelllTe, Iona, tliiB ISth day of Jan.
I '.. THtS. 1IOI.1.I4.
lly It. II. l'allard, IdHttty. in fact,
lu tlm Matt'T of tlm Evtatn of
JaIIII'H Mel ulluilnh, diviawl, J
lu tlii'dlntrict ronrt of llox Huttcooiiuty:
Notion is liorcby uivrn tl at in piirnuaiico of an
ii-ji-r n' the Hon W. 11 Wwtovcr, Juducof tlio
l)iM"ii'l o ir of llox Iliitto fo'.n j. Nebrapka,
mait'on tint intli diy of Feliruaay IMfi. for tlm
a, of tlm real rstato imroliialtiT ttcHcrilKtl,
t it-re will Im ho tl at tlm west front door of ttie
10 iitlui inn in lltniuiKforo.llox l!i tiiM'o'.nty.NK-ira-a,
ti'i ttio UtU day of MbihIi. islirl. at li
oViocka. m.. .it p.iWio end in to the lili,'lirf-t
itldtlr for ihh. lhn ortlii'ft i 'artiT of rc
tioii !!l. in TouiihIuji 2" north. ItailKts 51 wit of
tlm hIxiIi prm ipal Mi-ridian, In llox' Unite
ownnty, Nolraka. taidsalo will roniain opon
oimlioiir. John II. BimiK.
Atlminlf.t'ator of tl.e entattiof JamiH McOul
Subset ibo for The Hkkald.
I'd 1 Jed by Ex-Conuromiraaa
W. J. BRYAN
Jd tht (reateaf netcspuper iceat
0 tin Missouri liioer
It udvouutos FREE SILVER
at the presjnt ratio of sixteen
Its nows servlco is tho b03t to
net obuiiio I.
Daily, s?0 00 por year; 50conta
por mtrnth Woeitly. 51 00 por
Subscriptions for the
received at this offici
A now lot of mi t" jusi ivcelvul
. K. IleriuMll.
,...., . i ! e
Wllu B reCl'lVOU U 1HW UUO OI
SCave-ts,nnd Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat
jeitti ncMConauctrd for MootRATt Fees.
5and ie c.iti'-e are patent in lei time tuaa tnoJt
i . f, ... l r.k'n.lnn.
5 Send ' od"!, thaw ins or photo., w.tti ilecrtp
itlon. a mi ite. If pitprifc'a or n t, free ot
cturge. Our fie not due lul pateat is tecurtd. ,
5 ft piuPH ct " Hew to Obtain Patents," with
tt of wme" in the U. S. and foieisn countries
Kot free. Address,
S OPB,PATEMT OrriCC, WA6HIN0T0N. O. C.
W. K. Herjncall, the Hierchant-8&
Winter has come, we aro aware,
With its wind and drifting snow,
And the placo for Buoh Weather to prepare
Is whut wo all 'want to kuow,
Where did . you
Why, it the best
Place in town,
A Beautiful Wpjman
Attkacts Atti:ntiox Evehywheiu:.
is not as d;andspomb to look at as
a beautiful woman, But
After Giving it a Trial
Final 'Proof Notices
Hon. J. W. Wkiix, Jit., Htxistcr.
llox. P. M. IIhoomk. ltocoitr.
I'artica liaTins notifi-H in tlii column am ro
queKtt'd to rt-ad tlm mhiii carpfnlly and report to
tills ollifo for corrertlon any rrrom that may
pxIbI. This will prtm'iit posbiule dway in
Kaiid OIHpo at Alliance, Neb., Feb.17, 18W. I
II oi ice Is licrcl)' xiwu tloit tlm followinic
nr.iiK'tl Hfttler lint tiled nutiro of liiti inti'utton to
maKi' final proot in hiipport 0!! IiIh claim and
that Haiti proof will Ixt matlo liloro tlm UpgUter
fid llecuiit-r at Alliuuce, Null., on Murcli 'JU,
F CllltlBTOIMI LICHTE,
of Dniilap, Neb., who mails II. E No.UOnfor
thf &li U N K Ji. i: h B K ' it BV 'i W h U seo.
14. t29n, n; in v
Ho names tlio followini; wituet-RfH to proru
Iiih continuous khIiIi iico upon mid ciiltitatlon
ot hatd laml. ii: 1'rinl Oilman, John lirux,
IScrtmrd be.iur.ch, V. (J ihc all of
Dniilap, Neli J. V. Wlh.s, ji:., iiiKiBlcr.
Land OlHeoat Alliance, Nob., Fob. IP. 1K.
Notiuri in hereliy KlVen il.at tl.o finlowuiK
nainitl pettier has filed notice of hiH intention
to make linal pioof 111 support o" hia claim, and
that mid pi oof will lie mude Ix'f.iro the It'vsiater
or KucL'iter at Alliance, fteb , ou March SO, lsua,
of Marolnnd, Neb., wlio made H 11 No. IkIM for
tlm i V Ji ec 211, tu 20 11, r? .11 w.
lie names the tollowinix witii'KHPstoprovohiH
rfoitliii.tiiiH rertldeneo noon and cnltiiation of
Kind 1.1111I, t7: rt. il. TiiiBsei. "J ait in ajcKet'.
hd lioiuer, JaniOB wneei-r. an tit AiaiKiaau,
Neh. J. V. Wkun.Jk.. IttKihter.
l.-.ndOmcont Alliance. veb., Feb. 10. l'-W.
Notice id herel uiien tlmt tho tolltming
nametl M'ttler Iirh tiled notice of lilt intention
to niaLe liiuil i roof in hi ppott of his claim and
tlial Kiiil pi oof will I"' inaUn l"forii the KcKitter
or itttviier at Alliance, Neli., on Maich 23,
of OelricliB, S. I)., who ir.adf Timber Culturo
enl r j No. :C"i fur the N V St c a Tp 2 u it 4s w.
lio names the follow inx wit ntKbCH to proo lua
contiuiiotiH rtvidence upon and emulation of
paid laud, ilz- ThomaH 1, IiopkinH, John
JoMitk. W. M. 1'osket, Orovo tonUct. all of
J. V. Wiu.n. Jb. UegiBt-r.
Land Oihce at Allianco, Nb.. Fob. 0, ln'.fl.
Notno iM hereby tjlven tlmt, the follouinR
canietl Bcttler ImNlilr-d uotiin cf her inten,tion
to make linal proof iu support of her claim and
that t,ald proof wilt bu :nad before I ounty
iiulKoof Dawes county, at Chadron, Neb., on
March 11, lH't), viz:
of Dnnlap. Neb., who made II E No. 2741 for
the V VI o K i bpo 7, tp '."J 11, r 17 w.
Klin nimtt the fnlio.vinir wltnesBOs to nrovo
her continiioiin reidenco upon and cultivation
ot paid land. iz: Harry L. llartlett, Charles
L. Waldroii, trie Soderittroiii, Uufcne l'attor
hon, all of Duulap, Neb. Also
LU11A C. PIIIPP3,
of Dnnlap. Neb., who mado II K No. 2789 for tho
lota UMCKW seo IS, tp -J) n, r 47 w.
alio names the followinB witnesxes to proie
her continuous resideti o upon and cultivation
of aid laud, viz: Harry L. llartlett, Charles
L. Valdron, Eric Hodetrom, Kugone Patter
bon, all of Duntap, Mb. .
J. V. WritN, JR., IleBistnr.
LandOlliioat Vlliance, Neb.. Jan. 29. VIM.
Notice ia hereby niven that tho folltiw-in
ntmed ettler ha iiletl nutico of hix inteutiou to
make tinal proof in hupport of his claim and
that halo pi oof will lv) made beforo HfKisteror
Uw.ler at Alliance. Neb , on March U, 1 W, it
FltANK M. UEVAN,
of lleminKford.Neb., who mado H K No. 2092,
for thu b K U 8lo S"- W "a " rK ' w-
Ho named thn following witnegpea to prove
Ida continuous reddeuco upon and cultivation
of taid land. viz. llonry MichanUon, John
Micliaelsou. t hrlst Kans, 11, 1). A Paul, all of
llemlnford, Nnb. J. V. Weun, Jn., Heginter.
Land Olfiw at Alliance, Neb.. Jan 7, 1696.
Notice is hereby Kiien that the following
named tettler has tiled notice of his intention
to malce linal proof in support of IiIb claim, and
that taid pioof will b mado before Itcirister or
Hecelver at Allianco, Nob., on Feb. 2U, lb'JU, viz:
MAltTIN O. LOKEN,
of Heminsford, Neb., who mado H. F.. No. 2S.'5,
for tho lots 1 ii. 2 A S Vi N E U seo 3. tp 20 u, r
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
Id continuous residence upon and cultivation
ut Mid laud, viz: Martin K. Oleven. Ole J.
Moo. Andrew J. Johnson, Holvor G. iuiUaas,
all of hcrainaford, Neb.
J. V. Wcitrt, Jb., Itegister.
Und Ollico at Alliance, Neb., Jan. 21. U96.
Hot'Osis htreby given that the fcllowing-
oanud ottler has filed notice of his inaction
to make linai jiroor in suppoi t of Ins claim,
and that td proof will Ui made before L. A.
DorriaKtuu, U b 1. t. l iiimi
tlmdrou. Neb , on Feb. 29, lt'Jo, viz
U rl 1 l . l MiumiBsiuuui, ok
of IIoukIi Neh., who mado II U No. 43S0 for tha
S V. ft" 17, tp u b re v w.
ttnanie liio foliowuiK vvitnessB to prtiTe
tloutitio r altl"iieu on aid 0 Itivation
aid .a d, 111; Jon pli u. andeier, nil
. ara W ljree Jaim a . Tyree. Ur.dm jo.a.o
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of Chadron, Neb., who made 11 E Uo. 1912 for
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i' liuua'i. Nob . t ub. W 1'ocic. I hadron.
teb., Coniadorv W. t ",Htof 'utfn. t!e,
J. W.Weun.Jh.. Keei'tor.
1895 finds tl 0 genuine Hound Oak
Hill. ureul'T sale- tlian any jar gone
hv, .ml tlip number of lmiiu'lniih lots
!) coini'ii inulliitlrie Sec U .1II1I leurtl
Whore wo can satisfactorily trada
Our produce forotfeo nnd breaU,
Hats, caps, mittens, gloves, bilks,
Boots, shoes, overshoes and quilts,
An Ugly Womn
Can Makl Better Bread Witu
Qolel - Lecjf -Yloxw
THAN A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN .CAN
WITh ANY OTHER BBAND.
You will wondei How You Ever
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Shell s Heaw Hardware,
i 'i his Card is to 'liencfi: Cash
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H. R. GREEN,
HOW TO SAVE .MON E Y
Rend What This Curd
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When you pay Cash, let the Clerk punch out
the amount; nnd when you liavo paid us
Twenty Doli.aks in cash, will give you
One 'Dollar In Goods Free of Charge.
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20 I 25
tSyOn all koikIh except llarli wire
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We will not be undersold. Aiivays bring this Card with you.
II. II. UCLIVOOt), ii. D.
Physicians and Surgeons.
J8"Rooma 3-4-5-G, Opera Block.
OJUVVaiD U1IU UW
The Oldkst Establishment in Tnu Countt
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oi:s, Glass, etc.
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Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth
We have first-cliss stock and double and einirle rigs, which w
ftiminh at roasoualile rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
ard unexcolled iu lhe city. Give us a call.
8- Stable Corner Box Butte Avonuo and Sheridan Street.
Olothing and underwear,
Overshirts and jackets,
And all kinds of neckwear,
Dono up in u nico paoket.
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Got Along without it.
'Buyers. (Don't Lose It
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and Uarne by tha set.
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