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9 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1893. t if; w THE CHIEF CtrtMimlon. 14150. A.O. Hobmhk, Kdltor. Laroy Tait. A mt. Local Kdltnr. MUMM1M ALL PRINTED AT HOME ................................ . Republican Htate Ticket. For Supremo Judge, T. O. O. HARRISON, Orand Island. For Regentaof the Stato Uulvorsity, II. D. ESTAUROOK, Omaha. C. D. WESTON, Hay Spring!. 0..W. KALEV, Rod Cloud. Republican County Ticket. For Treasurer J.&WMTE. For Clerk L, II. FORT. For Sheriff JOHN IIUNOIIEY. For Superintendent D.M. HUNTER. For County Judgo D. F. TRUNKEY. For Coroner I.B.8TANBER. For Surveyor W. E. TUORNK. Th Guide Rock Signol Hoems to bo etrongly populist. Guide Rock republl cane, we predict, will ns usual pull to gether for tho success of tho republican ticket at tho coming election. Indications ure growing stronger that th rrtnublican tickot is h winner this fall. Every republican should make it a point to be at tho polls on tho day of tho election and cast his ballot. The right of every American citizen is to vote his sentiments. Republicans don't lose your voico in public affairs by being absent from tho polls on election day. The thinking people of this county generally have an opinion that the re publican candidates are men cnpnblo of conducting tho business of the county faithfully, honestly, impartially, and efficiently. The time for vlllalnoun political slan der is approaching, and wo intond it possible, not to be involved in any po litical wrangle, further than to support the ticket we advocate, with frankness and fairness. We wero compelled to with hold some communications this week from substantial authorities because of their partisanship and personalities. While wo would cheerfully publish any. thing of a clean, fair and instructive na ture, yet wo cannot conscientiously give space to anything calculated to lujuro the reputation of any one, regardless of hla party inclinations. Our Hcptibllvnn Ticket. Our rtpublican county ticket is composed of some excollent timber, aid the prospects arc good for a full lection of the same. For the pur pete of getting tho candidates more fally before tho peoplo, we will en deavor to give them some publicity through the largo circulation of The Ctllir. Tho gentleman who heads as the nomineo for county treasurer is J. S. White, of Bluo Hill. Tho good points In Mr. White's favor are that he ia well and faverably known, is of lean character, and of sufiioiont abili ty to fill the office of county treasuror with honor and credit. L. II. Fort ia the nomineo for coun ty clerk, and his efficient services as in assistant in that offico heretofore, together with his ability, and thor ough knowlodge of all clerical work, bespeaks for him a formidable support at the polls in November. The aspirant to tho offico of county heriff on the republican ticket is John Buoehey. Mr. Ilunohey is a young man of much ability, and has hosts of friends who will lend their hearty sup port next eleotion. He will doubtless be our next sheriff. In the nomineo for the office of county judge tho republicans have a gentleman who will serve that office with goncral satisfaction, He served the offioe honorably for one term, and without doubt will again servo the people in that capacity. D, M. Hunter requires no introdut tion to tho people of this county. Ho has served the people two Hticeessful terms as county ruporintondout of public instruction, and was renominat ed by acclamation in tho last conven tion. He is a typical gentleman of deeperundition, and will be olectcdin November, beyond all posniblo doubt, The candidate for tho offioe of ooun ty surveyor is W, E. Thoino, who is an old resider ( of this county. Not withstanding the salary attaohed to the offico is not a munificent one, it should be filled by a man of ability, and Mr. Tborno is,' and will bo tho man. John B. Stanicr is the nomineo for county corouor, and is a highly res pected citizen of thifl oounty ho will aifO M elected, .. Weddliifr Hells. Wedding bells rang out last Tues day evening at tho M. K. church, bid. ding the guests to tin marriage of Mr. B. F. Hoy, te Mien Birdie Ilelvern. The bride is the eldest daughtor of Mr. D. S. lichen, the fruit man of our town, ind a joung lady or lino pres ence, exceptional energy and moat pleisaat manners. Mr. 11 oj is one of our riling citizens, and oommands tho respect and cwtectn of all who know him. Both bride and groom have a host of friends in our town, and in wishing them much joy and a happy and prosperous wedded life, the Mon itor only voices tho sentiments of all present at the marriage. Mammoth Springs, Ark. Monitor. Tho brido roferrod to in the above article is well known to miny of our readers, as tho charming daughter ef D. S. Ilalvcrn, a former well known resident of tho county, It seems that success has constantly attended "Date" and his family since their re moval to Arkansas. The Chim' wishes tho estimable family and the young married couple a life of pe rennial sun-shine. A Quiet Weddino. On lst Sun day morning at!) a. in., Charlie F. Mc Keighan and Miis Gertrude Moranville wcro united in matrimony at the resi dence of the brido's parents, Ho v. G. W. Hummel tying the h menial knot. The brido is the accomplishedjdaugh tcr of Dr. J. W. Moranville a prosper ous physician of this place, and was held in tho highest esteem by all who know her. The groom is the only son of tho lion. W. A. McKcighan, and is a young man of sterling qualities and muoh ambition. Only a few relatives and friends were in attendance at the wedding, and immediately after the nuptial ceremonies, tho happy couple took an east bound train for Chicago to take in tho werld's fair. On their return homo they will make this their permanent abode. The Chief wish es them a tranquil voyago in their now matrimonial bark. Where They Are. The last year's graduates of tno lied Cloud high school, are all successfully battling with tho adversities ef life in various ways indicating their ability to do un der all oircumstauces and showing their attainment ia school, to bo high ly profitable to them through life. Notwithstanding it was only a short timo sinco they faced a largo uudionos, and delivered their commencement orations, it is difficult to locato them now, without many inquiries. Never theless they aro all honorable, and conscientiously striving in different ways to attain somo distinction amongst their fellow being', and The Ciiiki' gladly notes their advancement in this direction. Several weeks ago Mihs Hay Lctson wont to the State Normal school at Peru, and Miss Nel lie Kaloy followed soon after. Both aro doing well in their studies there, nnd will leavo adequately qualified to fill nny position to which thoy might aspire. Miss Trix Mizor, who at present is visiting tho world's fair has deferred a collegiate courso until next year. In tho mean time she keeps her father's books, and docs much of tho clerical work for tho large business he con trolls. Mibs Maude Grccnloo is con ducting a successful term of school in distriot No. 28, called Plcaeant Ilidge. Miss Dora Henderson enjoys a lucrative position in the 1st, ward of the lied Cloud high school. Miss Lu lu Potter is teaching u term of sohcol in district No. 70, and Miss Mabel Da) wields tho rod in district No. 1C. Dan Garber is a successful pedagogue iu district No, 21, and Bruce Payne and Fred Maurcr ore attending the Stato Uuiversity. The good oitizons of this city aro proud of thrm, and considering that the young people re fercd to are 11 industrious, as well hs able, they will never have cause for re gret. A SootAt. Sunsr Joo Cummings and Harvey Perry fell Into a dieputo Mou luy which resulted in an ultorcation in which the Marquis of (jueensborry rules wero entirely unobserved. Perry us Bumod tho aggressive, and landed a powerful right hand swing on tho face ot hie pugnacious opponent, who being unable to maintain hla cqullibrulm, tenaciously clung to the collar of his ad vesarry nnd both fell to the ground In one promiscuous heap. Perry showed up on top however, and Bitting firmly on the prostrate form of his subordinate-, ho irritated his facial anatomy with Vicious jabs that indicated much pugl liotic ability. It was n ono sidod alHilr until Joo began the mastication of one of Perry's lingers, when the sympathetic bystanders separated the conflicting l Pnrtl,s thua terminating the encounter l .lll.,... .. ..!... II. ...... l . i wuuuui uu hwuuub injury, uonure even, A FKW MORE. Juh. McNcny is in Omaha this week. Geo. Rail of Akron, Colorado Is In this city. Oo nn J .'co Sherwood !t Albright for groceries. Al McClintoc left Thurodny for tho world's fair. Miss May MahnffyJ is visiting in Uurr Oak, Kansas. Tho 1). & M. Co. are running sevornl extra trains here now. I. E. Cann returned this week from n visit to tho world's fair. Mr. Clark Storey bus returned frem n long Htay in Wisconsin. J. 1J. Witherow of Frankfort, Ind., Is in this city looking up n location. B. F. Mizer went east Thursday for n U 'Ijr visit in Ohio and to tuko in tho world'i fuir. Geo. Morhart nncl Walter Warren left Friday to attend tho V. P. S. C. E. at Omaha. T. P. Hnino, tho night operator nt tho dopot, got show-hungry und wont to Huntings to seo Hoyt'u "A Texas Stcj-r." Row Putmnn and family have re moved from the south part of town to tho proporty formerly occupied by CJ. R. Chancy. II. U. Simons and wife left Thursday for nn extended trip to tho east, taking in the world's fair and visiting in Penn sylvania. Joseph Slaby, wifo nnd child, who havo been visiting horo for some tlmo returned to their home in Akron, Colo rado, Thursday. Dandruff forme when tho glands of the skin are weakoned, and, If negloetcd, bald ness is sure to follow. Hairs Heir Renew er is the best preventive. Tho young peoplo of tho Y. P. B.C. E. will give an oyatersupper nttho Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening Oct. 17th, All are cordially invited to attend. II. E. Poad has purchased tho livory and feed stablo of F. M. Reed, and take churgo of tho aume Wednesday morning I' rank thinks sone of locating in Kansas. Quito nn exciting horso rnco occurred thiH week between tho little sorrel mnro of James Andrus, and Rothrock's "Rnbo' which resulted in a victory for tho lat ter. L. C. Olmsted living ono mile west of Inavalo will soil nt public auction Thurs day, Oct. 10th, all his household goods and farm implements in fact everything on the place. Mr.Olmstead after selling everything but his place will take a trip to California for his health taking his family with him. He thinks, if it suits him, of settling there Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Bolton, dnuahtor Dolln nnd son Earnest, left Wednesday for their new homo at Red Cloud, Neb. They take charge of tho leading hotel ot that city on their arrival. They have tho qualities that wurrnnt success In t lint line. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bolton hnvo lived from childhood in this county, and havo many warm frionde who wIbIi them well. Tho Arlington Hotel, of this city, owes much of its success to their Industry and careful mnnnge mont. They aro rollnblo in business, nnd the people of Red Cloud will ever be glad of thoir coming as wo shall regret thoir going. Oscaloosn (Iown) Saturday Ulobe, Mr.E. P, Bolton nnd family of Oskn looeu, Iowa, have moved to this city nnd now taken full charge of tho B. &. M. eating house which under their super vision, promises to be n very nourishing institution. Tho fnmily consists of Mr. Bolton nnd wife, n grown son and daugh ter. All are thoroughly conversant with the hotel business having engaged in the same nt Osknlooea. Tho Misses RenaMnsonnnd Altn Peters two highly respected young Indies who had long boon in Mr. Bolton's employ, accompan ied them here, and lio'ulso retnined part of the help formerly employed by Mr. Crans. Both Mr. Bolton and son E. C. urovery pleasant gontlemen nnd Tin: Ciiikf bids them welcome to our city and wishes them all the success which truo geutloineu merit. Hon. George R. Chaney nnd family left on the 11th for their now home in tho city of WeBt PlninB, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Chaney have numerous frionds in Red Cloud who will mies their society very much, thoy having lived horo for somo ten years. Mr. Chaney has bought a farm of .100 acres of cultivated land near the town ot West Plains, but will juBt yet turn farmer. Mr. Ckaney is a good lawyer, tho author of Eeroral law books, and 1h a man of llrm literary ubility us well. While Thr. Chief it sorry to lose so good u family, yet we congratulate tho West PluinB peoplo on the acquisition of tho same. Mr. J. M, Chntlln now becomes successor of the llrm of Chancy & Challin, and will still conduct tho business from tho old stand' Tiik Ciur.v hopes that Mr. Cha ney und family may find things to their liking in thoir now homo, but in cuso they uhould not, we hope they will re turn to old Webster county which is ono ot tho finest eminttyon (ft th. Grit ins; lato lleuvcn. "Pat,"sn!dSt. Peter, "wlmt do you want?' "Want to pe iu, yoar honor, nv course." "Hnvo you a tlokot topin in?" "No. yor honor, but 1'vo a box of Ilnllar'a Gsrinnn . ruu nnd they muke anything wnes." Ho l -- - pnteed. Tor sale by Deyo & Orloe. v r Written In ItlcinorV or Our Mother. I am MttlnK alone tinilKht, CmnmunlnR with the past, And solemn are the shadows Which around mn arc cait; And from the string f memory TIimb cm i n a id rcfrnln Wlik.li strikes upon try lout In tones of emtio pain. It Is the thoughts ot our dear mother w ho hjj crested the lonely rlcr, oter en tho the other side; Oh, how Ion;; wilt I remember, Tho morning that our mother died. I-otiR were tho hours, and sad the parting, Hitter v, here the tears t shed, And long was my projer As I knelt hrst-le my tied, 1 had prajed dear mother, As I had not prayed before, Oh, It's sad te lose our mother Hut It will not list forever, There idinli boa glorious dawn, . We shall meet to part no, nercr, viHue resurrection morn. Sal was the hour of parting Ulllt. ill; I V I MO IVUIS 1 anvil. I-njIng- you cold and silent down, With the shrouded dead. Hut no know that it was (lod Who called you to tnat blessed home, Ixno'y the house and sad tho hours Hlnce our mother has gone. But n brighter home than ours In heaen Is now your own We know, dear mother.thou art gone Whcre.olton earth, you often longed to bo You hae gone to rest, dear mother, And from pain and sickness jou am free, Ah, how lonely wo are. left alone, While jour toss wo dimity feel, Hut faith and hope, our sorrow will IichI, a . -a.'Ai-.. -:, ;-- !i.. tr i&rf urn V& L.i.'' Y ... Hi'M A7 'V. aWi r mtJ Hold Up t Do you know that Wienei selling his cnlt and kip boots at less ti.an manu facturer's cost price t Well, he ia, and only has n fow pair left. Get a pair be foro they are all gone. Wiener, tho Clothier. 910.00 Rcwn For (he man whostolo a bottle of Haller's Barb Wire Liniment from my barn laU Friday. I can't get along without it. For sale by Deyo Jt Qrice. C. L. Cottlng has the only stock ot fino lamps in the city. Now goods are oxpoctod this week. Wanted: Men to sell oar hardy vari eties of Nursery Stock, our own growing. Salary or commission. Answer with references, L. G. Bragg it Co.. Kalama zoo, Mich. When the hair begins to come put in combing, it shows n weakness of the scalp that calls for immediate attention. Tho best preparation to nrrost farther loss of hair nnd restore the scalp to a healthy con dition is Ayer's Hair Vigor. - For 1'aintliiK you bhould seo Frank P. Hadloy. He does house, sign und carriago painting, glazing, &c. - e ... i Tho finest lino of Stoves in tho valley at A. Moi hart's. When In Rivcrton bo sure and stop nt the Dunks house. $1.00 per day. Liv ery in connection. By far tho most pleas ant place in Rivcrton. . . . When catarrh attacks a person of sorofu lous diathesis, the disease is almost sure to become ehronic. The only eflioaeions cure. therefore,is Ayor's Sarsaparilla,which ox pels sorofulu from the system and the catarrh soon follows suit. Local treatment is only a waste of timo. The article in tho Lincoln Call of list Friday, in which C. NV. Kaloy, oi Lit coin attempts to advertise his business under the prctenso of a let ter of declination was decidedly rooky. He bears the samo name as our C. W. Kftlcy of Red Cloud, who roocived and accoptcd tho nomination as ono of the llogeuts of tho Stato University, and will be elected to that position. A Wedding In High oclely, Or, nny other society, is not a success unleeB you buy your wedding suit of Wiener. Ho makes a specialty ot them. A joint caucus of the republican voters of the Grit and second wards oi tho city of lied Cloud, Ntbr., is called to meet at the court-houso Mondaj evening nt 8 o'olook p. m., October 22nd, 1S93, for tho purpose of placing in nomination, ono supervisor, two oonstables, two justices of the peace and ono apsessor, and transact an; other necessary business. It. B. Fur. ton, Chaiuuan Committee, Jupiter Pluvious, Ah every school boy knows, mnko it rain and rain makes wet ftet nnd bring ooughs andcold, but every boy knows that Unllcr'n Sure Care Cough Syrup cans h'is rough and eo they don't try to ket-p dry feet. For sale by Deyo k Grioe. && "Sw. V M r t I I n I utm4 MA 1 j s FOREIGN GOSSIP. In England they huvo nn institu tion known as tho Rural District Nurs ing association. Tho nurbcs aro in training two years nt iv cost of $250. Each nursa has a salary of 8125 to f 160, with board nnd lodging nnd n donkoy cart in which to go tho rounds ot a dis trict of 2JO00 to 3,000 inhabitants. Christmas island Is one of tho most interesting in tho world. It is two hundred miles from Java, 'and consists largely of coral, which rests on a vol canic foundation. The coral forms al most inucccsslblo cliffs, covered with luxuriant vegetation. In tho day it swarms with hugo crabs and at night with rats. Man could not live on tho island, ns it doct not possess fresh water, the rain sinking Into tho rock. Japanese gardens arc the most fairy like of places. You seo in them tiny trees und flowering plants, ponds, bridges, summer houses, lanterns hero dwarf pines six or eight inches high, but 125 years old; there others ono foot high, but COO years old. In tho garden of Yclju-ln within the temple grounds thcro arc many peony plants, mostly old, but ono is 100 hundred years old and is eight feet high qulto a tree. A new navnl port has been estab lished at Llbau, Russia. Tho place se lected is specially suitable. Tho'scn is nearly always open; there is at a dis tance of barely two 'miles from the sea a lake which forms n port, nnd which will bo connected with the port proper. Quite a small town has sprung up in connection with the port, now in tho courso of construction, and which ten thousand men aro employed during tho summer months. The Midland Railway Co., on trains from London to Glasgow, has intro duced tho Amcricnn system of dining cars, but have bettered it by serving meals for both first and third class pas sengers. Tho dinner, first class, is eighty-five cents; third clnss, (sixty cents. Passengers who prefer may dino a la carte, ordering a cup of coffee for Ave cents, or tea with bread nnd butter for ten cents, or a chop with bread and potatoes for thirty cents. Not until recently hnve the in habitants of Russia known tho use of beds, excepting in tho case of tho luxurious patricians who wcro nblo to purchase them. The peasants slept nn the largo bakeovens to bo found ,'in nearly every house, while tho soldiers were provided with a sort of cot with out bedding. The middle classes and tho students, on tho other hand, con tented themselves with wrapping a blanket about them nnd lying down near rather primitive-looking stoves. Those oriental balls of crystal that most persons talto for glas greatly in crease in value with each inch of diameter. While ono half an inch in diameter may bo worth not more than a few dollars, a ball eight inches in diameter is worth thousands. Thcro are a few of these crystal halls at tho Metropolitan museum, and somo deal ers in oriental goods usually have half a dozen on hand. Tho Japanese call them sleepy globes, because of the dreamlike aspect of objects as seen through the crystal. For practical purposes the Mediter ranean may bo accoptcd as being what It is populnrly supposed to be, a tide less sea, but it is not so in reality. In many places there is a distinct rise and fnll, though this is moro frequent ly due to winds and currents than to lunar attraction. At Venice thcro is a rise of from one to two feet in spring tides, according to tho prevalence of winds up or down tho Adriatic. In many straights and narrow arms of tho sea there is a periodical flux and reflux, but tho only place whero tho tidal in fluence, properly so called, is unmis takably observed is in tho gulf of (Janes, where the tide runs at the rato of two or threo knots nn hour nnd the rise and fall varies from three to eight feet In tho Caucasus mountains thcro are many wild, uncivilized tribes of peoplo whoso rough ways would mako the heart of a civilized mother stand still with fear if her child wcro to be treated as the people of Caucasus treat their children every dny. Tho first plaything given a Caucasus baby is a dagger. Tills is presented to him as soon as he enn walk. For an hour or two each day his mother spends her time teaching him how to uso the weapon, so that ho will somo day be come an expert Ho is taught to stab so that it makes no splash, and is mado to hurl his dagger nt a mark again nnd again, until he can not miss his aim. And all this is dono during the time that other boys are spinning tops and studying a spelling book. When tliu Caucasus boy grows up he knows just one thing how to use a dagger. Getting married in England, to people who nro not nblo to buy n license, is a very embarrassing matter. A license is expensive, while a mnr rlage by banns costs only n few shill ings, so most prefer tho banns. You have to be cried three times on three separate Sundays, and if a fellow hap pens to make a mistake and go to church on the Sunday when his banns are cried he finds the proclamation of his matri monial intentions to be very embar rassing, for of course he is unmerci fully grinned at by tho rest of tho audience, Couples having their banns cried usually stay away from the morn ing service or prevail on tho clergyman to proclaim tho banns at an afternoon or evening service when few aro prcs ont Very ofton, however, tho parson refuses to do this, arguing that us tho banns aro destroyed to give publicity to the occasion the most public timo of proclamation should be chosen, so the afflicted man and his unforluiiatu com panion that is to be aro forced to bear the gibos of their acquaintances for at least threo weeks. Thcro YoU Wife I'll warrant there's n letter written by a woman ia your pockut now, Husband Impossible, my dcarl You know I Wife I know I wrote ono and gave it to you to wall three days ago. True. GREAT YEAR FOR MOSQUITOES. It's the Ktnmlo Hint tlmt'Mnko All the Trouble Sills Ono i:pert. "Mosquitoes? Well, I should say so," exclaimed genial Capt Vcnrcy of tho steamer Enoch Pratt yesterdny. Ho had boon asked If this wns a good sea son for tho birds. "Why, thcro nro billions of them down In tho tidewater counties of Mnrylnud and Vlrgina, Wo caught it at Deal's island last Friday. There was a land breeze, and the mo squitoes swarmed about tho boat. Everyone was lean and hungry 'nnd seemed to want a square meal, and from the way we felt when wo 'got away thoy must havo gotten it. They nro bad in .Somerset. 1'vo got n farm four miles from Princess Anne, and wanted to go up and sec if my wheat had been harvested properly, but was afraid ,of tho mosquitoes. I haven't been j'ct." Just why the mosquitoes aro so numerous this yenr no ono seems to know. A great many persons attribute the increase to the warm, wet spring, while others sny tho mosquitoes nro just like peaches after two or threo years in which they nro comparatively scarce there will be a tremendous crop. This was tho view taken by a party of steamboat men who sat on ono of tho wharves along Light street yesterdny and grumbled about the hot weathor. A mosquito which had just arrived on one of the bay boats landed on tho neck of 'one of tho party, and was getting his, or rather her, dinner, when sho was killed by n vicious swipe of her victim. "There's another 'hkeeter' dono for," remarked tho mur derer, with satisfaction. "Ho won't bother nnybody else in this here valo o' tears." ".She, not he," corrected another. "Don't you know that n he 'skecter' never bothers any body? It's the females that mako all tho trouble in this world, and that ap plies to 'skeetcrs' just tho same ns it docs to women. If ull 'skeetcrs' wero lies we wouldn't hnvo any trouble from them, just tho same ns if all human beings were men we'd have things moro quiet and peaceful like. A he 'skecter' don't live long. Go down along the water in tho spring nnd you will sec billions nnd billions of them, 'woolly heads,' wc call them, liutyou can get right in among them nnd havo them so thick around you that you can't sec through them and you will not bo bitten. They only live long enough to provide for tho next sea son's crops and then thev die, leaving the sho g'skcetcrs' to make mankind misernblo till cold weather comes." lialtimorc Sun. A Wise A sent. Wife That insurance agent who. dined with us last night seemed a very gentlemanly fellow. Is ho going to take you, dear? Husband No. He says I am too great a risk. ', "Why, thcro Isn't anything tho mat ter with you, is there?" i "Oh, no. Rut he accidentally learned that you cooked tho dinner." Detroit Free Press. Not AlnayK Applicable. " 'Leu' a helpln' ban' to a fr'enV dat's my motto," said Uncle Eben. "Yass, indeed," remarked his spruco nephew from town, "but dah's ome time when it doan' wu'hk." "What?" "In or pokah game." Washington Star. "Mamma," said Willy, "I want U ask one moro question." "Very weU, Willy." "Are sweet-breads made of loaf-sugar?" Demorcst's Magazine, j I.,.,. i i e i - "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy aBpecilloforcroup. It is very pleas ant te take, which is ono of the most im portant requisites whoro n cough remedy ii intended for use among children. I have known of cases of eroup where I know the life of alittlo one wns saved by the use of Chnmborlalu' Cough Rem edy." J. J. LaOrnnge, druggist, Avocn, Neb. CO cent bottles for salo by Doyo & Grice. 'It' Dr.P. A. 8kinner, of Texnrkana, Arkan sas, is nn enthusiast in the praise of Cham berlain's Pain Balm. Ho used it for rheu matism, and saj b: "I found it to be a most excellent loenl retuody." For sale by Doyo & Grice. market Itcporl. (Corrected Weekly.) Whoat JfOrn , Oatc noi.j j i ir 'JO 25 ro 7(1 Hyo Flax eeee eeee logs r 0005 75 e e e e t fntcowB i fjoi! 00 Uutter i(i Ekrb 17 Potatoes 75 Chickens doz. 175 Turkeys lb. 0 yfivw Throe Bottles Cured " l used to bo a jjreat sufferer from rheunnv tlsm. I tried nlmost e cry thins without relief. I took threo bottles of Hood' Karsaparllla and found m j self curoil. I know It waj Hood's Sarsaparilla that cured mo." JIns, William Ki-nnard, Moore's Vineyard, Ind. Hood's Curoe. I, HOfld' Fills) cure all liver lib. aOc j i .i.v-.- jcvjr'w --.or' V v ..' t. k V.el. -mm&& ii Cj n-:ir.uizii;AiftMttirnsfUxirl.MivwHfjt&2 IWUH'A'