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WlKttWXK . . . , . . " . ? m..Vt iw.w 3iUw ! : f UW : ? m .Vl : ? m.Ai ? ; f&n-.W * ? i Paints 1 sft ffi m iS i-w iwa J. G. n . . . : * } Kvi * ; tiyytMVl'fi1tf * " fr'l.v&.Wtfl'fc xX.&tiM\i\tft& \ ' WoAlltiiwOldTiigcllipr. ( I' I > or rend by Air * . SI. 15. lmvH | , tit tliti Ulil Settler * I'tcnlc , livid In Jut. Ilmll y'ngrovu , July IStU law ) This thought nugguHtu to tin youth wlnuh a fuw years liitur ! H called age. Both uoinpuritivuly brio ! pcriodr ) and both impatient for ro- BtiltB ; therefore it ! H tilting that thin paper Bhould at leant bo accorded ono merit , that of brevity. It is Haid one of the indication * ) of the weight of yoart iw when we uru wont to boast of our ability to uompoto with thoBo WIOHO ! wint' ru and HUtnmorH have not had the H.IIIIU roukoning HO pluatic CXCUHC , we are not in our dotage. Growing old together HiiggetttH cxptirirnucH and if we may indulge in comparison the old Heltler of OiiBter ooiuity can justly elaim to outrival any modern MetluiHnlah of the nineteenth century production. If piiHh , | luuk , porfliBlcnt effort IB aeuorded only to youth then indeed have we found Ponce Da LOOM'H fountain of youth located in the heart of ( Junior eounty Nobriis- ki. We have not met today in this annual gathering to bewail paBt IOHBOB like the daughterB of iHrael ; the rcHultsof Borne modern JojHha's raah vow , nor are wo doubting Elijahs , under "jumper trocH , " True the sods of the valley have been piled over UH and wo have Hlopt and perolmnuo have oven dreamed but our a has boon no llip- Vwn-Winklo nap while the wheolH of progrcuB have boon leaving UH a dcoado behind thotimcH. AH wetako this annual outing one thing in Holf- evident wo have developed thostay- ing qualities and may justly elaim to bo the "survival of the fittest , " Hiil and drouth have tuooeodod oaoh oil or and reduuod our financial prospeots but for lioroio endurance , indomitable energy , Napoleon with hid hosts of diplomats never oem batted the olcnients wi'.h suuh sig nal SUOOCBS , nor suorod the vietorics with as good oonseienco as the average Nolmiskau. Is our miseion done ? Nay verily. Wo are not waiting for our friends to die before wo strew lloworB over thorn. Wo behove in breaking our alabaster boxes on our living friends , oaumng them to rojoioo hero and now with us as a foretaste of bettor things to oomo. oomo.Wo Wo like good tilings most cer tainly ! Our standard motto shouH read good , better best. Today wo are voicing that sentiment not only in our foaming capacities but social relations as well. What if our heads show silver haira ? Each silver hair a token given ; loss of earth , and moro of | heaven. Some of us wore while jj hatred when babies so mother's say. * ' Our eyes getting dim ! Then wn may not see the faults of others so readily , and have moro time to eon not our own. Our ears slow to catch the sound ! Wo may not hoar as much discord but moro of bar- mony. Our steps feeble , let them be moro cautious and go only where duty leads. Wo are also reminded that growing old does not excuse us from responsibility. Wo are hero as so many linger boards point , ing out the way to others , who are to try this rugged highway. Some times wo stop hero and there to mark plaoes in bridges whore it is unsafe to paHsBomotimcB strengthen whore weakness lies concealed. As the yoara go by aud the gr&at hu man train IB on the move iho head light on the engine enables the engineer to diboovor any obstruc tion on the track , aud by calling a halt and removing it , to avoid wrecking the train , so we need iho headlight of sterling integrity to avoid being ditched by monopoly or wrecked by greed , thereby losing tbo well earned heritage of this land wo call home. Growing old ? Perish the thought. Wo must keep youthful hearts , if wo would bo in touoh with this pro gressive generation. Wo need their enthusiasm in return for our ex perience. While they give us from without , wo may from within , un lock the store house of wisdom gotten by experience and help to tide them ever the hard places , guide tlioir energies , and encourage their laudable enterprise. Then when at last ihe MiiiRct of our day is oomo may il leave on our horizon radianl landscape while wo "wrap Iho drapery of our couch about us and lie down lo sleep and pleasant dreams. " 1'lflli .Sunday Meeting of the Ouster Association. o bo held with the First Baptist church of Mason City. I'KOnilAM. FltlDAY.JULYSSTH-BVKNINa. H p. m. I'raCioMoHlliiKi conducted hjr W. C. ICIIIntt. 8:16 : Herman l > y Ior. ! J. W. Mi'Kati. 8ATUUDAY , JULY 'JUTII-MOIININU. 10 n. in. 1'ralBu MuollnK , led by Itor. J H. llmhlen. I0.10-I'uicr : | by Mrs. .1 11. Korr. , led by J ) . M Amnbcrry. | l'm. Dinner HniidHUaklii ) , ' . AFTBHNOON. .1 1 > . m. 1'npcr on Church Discipline , by wlllls Ciul well , of Broken lluw , IHCHCHOII. | | I :00I'upor : What nn < ProrciiiitellcH to tbo Uml'H 8iiil | T-ll. 1 , Nicholas of yd Kudull. DlHcumlou , led by O. W. ItunyAn. KNKNlNd. 8 IL m. Prnl'o Mooting , led \ > y 0. II. Mooinnr. Hl.r > -I'aier | , What urn tint mitten of Olliircb MuniriorK to Iho I'rayer McatlngT DCKCOII Miuon , of Ut Kudull , l > lecus- > lon , SUNDAY , JULY . iOTH-MOUNIf 0. 10:30 : 1'rnlBu Meeting , loil Itv W. 0. Itlllott. II :00-Hcriuun : , Hcv. J. W. MCRSU. 11. Y. I1 U. Mltiri'INO. AFTIfllNOON , 3 V. M , lender , llvrtbn Drowning , ilnnlcIiiBtriimcutal nud Hncred. 'riiyi'r. JIIIIR UoBlo mid Yurnlu lllnlr. i miy- How Knr Is Our drouth n Mnttur within ) ur Control Ilnrtbu IlrovvnliiL1 ) l8enB loti Roger Hiimniorvlllo and John U. W. Lewie. ) ( 'cl nmllon Antm Mi-gun. iliifdc. Juany How C.nn wo Induce Sinners to Attend and tnko I'nrt In Our Young People's Jluut- lugR ? Mlimln Orobiinl. ) l8Cu Klon llottlo iin : anil Herbert Hull. Holo-Mrn.,1. H. Iliiildeii. Mfcum-lon - Kv Wuliuer. lenernl DleetiBslon. Song. KVKNINU. ) | i. m. 1'mlsu Meeting. U:1R Summit liy Kuv. J. 8. Hadden. Young L'ariiioi' Kills lliuiseir. CAM.AWAV , Neb , July 22 ( Special r logratn. ) Carl Hprousi1 , ; i young 'nrmur of thifl vicinity , shol and tnstantlj killed himself "with a revolver - volvor while standing in a neigh. Ivor's doorway , where ho had gone to secure a hand to do some farm work. The dead man was in fairly good circumstances , and had no domestic troubles , Ho was of a despondent disposition , and his father and a brother committed suicide years ago. Ho loaves a wife and two children. Beo. dhoriff Letimro went ever to Calla- wny and hold an inquest , where the above stalomont wntj established. The Sprotmo family were among the early Bottlers of the South Loup. rrogram of the Mtisiculo. To bo given in iho M. IT. ohuroh Tuesday evening Augusl 1st , Inrtrutncntnl Duel . Minn , llolcomb. and Mr . lloruiulay. Uoulkkttoii CliiiKlla Carton hulo. . . . Mdrrlo Uarrctt I'liinoSolo Ornce Doutlas l ( rllHtlnn Mrs. Uobt Illlblmrd Quartet Lunls Itros bolO ; Mrs. lllackwoll Oration I'lnuoSolo Loim'Mooru HoclU'Jon i-'uiy Uvmnoru hoi" Dean Holcomli Uecllnttnu CiirlloCrowu Mmulolln Club " ' < > H. W. llliilr ( joniot ilnot Taylor nnd union I'lami.bolo Mr. . Hlllon Dumb bull drill . . . .IVnrl JoHctUml Oortto Hall S > o C Mr. rtltnwny nnd HcHelo Ueberx , Mt ec Tliorpo , Ford nd I.einlnir. Door kcoimrs . II. KHAtham ami 1) . W. Limlcr- 15o. Itesolutidiis of Hi'spect. Sumo an allwiso Providence has soon lit to remove from our mutst our friend and brother , John F. Uosnor , Resolved , That the Hympathy of the Morna M B. A. Lodge number 322 , bo extended to the bereaved wife and family , and thai our ohar- UT bo draped in mourning for tbirly days Also that a copy of these reso lultons bo published in the sevora papers of our county. By order ol committee , MKH. At. J. KIDKNOUK. Mus J. H. BAIII. MUB M. S. EDDY. Wanted. A good ludy nook and house keeper wants a plaou to work in : private family or hotel. Addros box 108 , City. Bed room suits lower than over iino couches ; to appreciate qualit ) and price couio and sou them. A.W , DKAKIC. There is a very favorable foel- itig with iho 1) , A M. railroad oHithIn ; towards maki'ig Broken Btiw the pansi'iippr nnd freight ilivininn. Il JH nnar the half way point between Lincoln and AHi.'tnco and in just about the right distance for a pasHongor run and would lie jiint the right distance for a freight division from Aurora to Broken Bow. The btiHincBH of Iho road has grown to hti-'h proportions that it is becoming a nocecHity to have tliu (11visions so located so as to bettor facilitate iho work of the road. If the present intontionp arc nol changed , Broken Bow will bo rondo n passenger and possibly a freight division this fall The Itici'triiMOAN can aHsuro Iho management of the road that the change will bo groally appreciated by iho cili/.PtiH o'f Broken Bow and that our good will , \H well us our influence will be used to help inoreaho their business UK ! rooiprocatolho beHt wo can for the advanlago it will give to our lily. A Correction. Our friend Jas. Liing , of Round -irovo , lakes UH lo tank for pttblish- ng bin iinmo as ono of the candidates 'or oounty olork. Mr. Lang does tot want bin name so used and we lo not blame him , especially in ionncction with the "combine" hat run the pop convention. Tin- iso of his name was a typhograph oal error , which wo tried to have corrected in the proof , but failed HID name should have road Geo. [ jang. Our liiond Jan. Lang is not i pop for otlice , nor is ho ono to bo carried by the leaders into the temocralio party. Like many other lonost farmers ho thought ho was Hsooiating himself with a reform > ait } , but since they have so utterly ailed to praclioo what they preach 10 doubtloHH can neo that ho has boon tricked. C/VRE FOR THE BOYS- Stub ) of Nubrnskn , Adjutnnl Uunurnl's Ollh-o , Lineoln , Nebr. . July 25 , 18 ! ) ! ) . To the Mayor of IJrokcn Bow , Isob. , Dour Sir ; I linvu ttio honor to liorc- vlth enclosu you copies of ti Ic raina ust received from Brigadier Uonornl . ' . II. Uurry , A'ljutaiit. General of 'Jobniuliii , who Is DOW In SnnFrHiicleco , Ciilifornln , tnnkiiiK' iitopariitions for the uo anil comfort ot our boys on ttuir irrlvul at that plnco. You will notice by the dispatch of the 1th lint. , ttml the ro itnuiit has been li'laycil on account of u brok'ii vnlvn L'hu dnnttion of tin1 disluy , of course , inlet lot known , but UH the rogimout was chcduk'd to itrrivo tit SunFraneleco on ii 23tb lust. , it IH riot likely that it will 10 ( Inlayed moio tliati a couple of ( laye > . , o It will probably nrrlvo about tlio ilrst of August. I would respeutfully request lliat you iHve the dispnteli of tlic 2otli nimounecd , o the relatives and frioniln of nil tbo ) oyslio went , from your town ; ns well KH to tliOHC of tlio Company from otliur , owns. Also plouee hnvo tht'in published in ,110 most conspicuous plucco'i the frontage ago of your daily and weekly papers , n order that ttioy mny bo announced na publicly as poaalble , Too mucti cannot bo done ( or the care nul comfort ol the boys wbo have oiiHhteo Kalliintly and bravely , anil vho bavo not only won tot * lUoinsnlvoB bo distinction of "heroes " but bavo buelowod botior upon tlio great state f f Nebraska , and thU ropubllu , and found a warm place In the beart ol every law inkling and liberty loving American oitl/.en. V ry Respectfully , I.J. Avr.us Cblof Olork A. 0. C. In the absuucu of tbe Adjutont Uun < oral. SAN FHANOISOO , Ual.Jtily 24 , ' ! ) ! ) . I. J. Ayres , Chief Clerk Adjutant General's OQico , Lincoln , Nob. Temperature hero cold as compared to Nebraska , owing to proximity to ocean. Have arranged ( or issue of woolen under clothing on arrival of the regiment , which will obviate liability of pneumonia , as experi enced by Oregon regiment. Have received valuable asbielamto from Colonel Stark , ultimo acquaintance will ) Congressman Kahn enabled lo meet army otlicors who arc af fording us every faoilily in performance - formanco of duty , which will mean a gruat donl lo health and comfort of our bo > B. On constillallon with Uonoral Shaftor and chief muster ing otlicer , arc informed that it will take about thr < > o weeks to muBter out the regiment. 1 Uncock reported delayed by reason of broken valve P. H. BAHHY , Adj't. Gon. SAN FuANOtsco , CV. . , July 2G , ' 00 I. J. Ayers , Chief Cleik Adjutant Uonerul's Ofliue , Lincoln , Nebraska 1 recommend and urge aa an ad- dilional preoaulion againsl pnoumo niti , tli'U friends and rolalivi's o each soldier in Iho Firsl Nebraska volunteers 'o send at oiico by mat extra thick chest protectors , cut fo front and back , See phyuioians fo details of making them , The gov ernment does not furnUh these The best medical authorities her * endorse. Request press to givi publicity in best position in papers , and to call ttmitioii , that town people should notify tliowo in the connlry. UtiHli forward extract ol ordprs rohlinu lo promotions in the 1 < iirit regiment. O.llioial. 1' . H. BAKUV , Adj't. Gon. Institute Xotcs. Tl H enrollment on Wednesdaj HTchi'd 100 , two greater than the total enrollment of last year. Mitel. inlcrcHl is hi-int ; displayed in all the classes , a condition which is both pleasing and inspiring to the instructors. iMiss Burger's primary work is ono of the leading features of the inslilulo. Among tin * interested primary teachers of the county in atlrndanco are Mies Nan Alexander , of our citj Hchoola ; Mis * Nettie Hannawald , of Merna ; Mii-H Mabol Hall , of Sargent and Miss Jessie Grcor , of CilUway. Prof , Atkinson's method of pre senting the subject of monsuralion ! H espouially strong and is being highly commanded on all sides. The entire uiHlilitlo IB thrown to- gather for lliis period. Mossrs. Lewis and Hutton are tak- ijig hold of iho work like volerans , Only a ( ew minules in their nlass rooms are required to cauyc ono to forgot their youthful appearance ind become interested in Iho skill ful manner in which they treat tlio subject in hand. Never before has a moro attentive 'oroo of teachers assembled in the Jounty institute. Very few indeed eave thn building before the session closes. Il in only during the inter- ntssion thai any unusual nlir islet lot iced in town. Uhis facl sppaks veil for tlio teachers and is observed with pleasure by all interested in ho school affairs of the county. There are more young men in itlendanco than usual , Still the old ratio of 10 to 1 has not boon orioucly shattered and iho young adies have most everything their own way. Mrs , Forgurson was a most wel come visitor Wednesday and favor ed Ihe toachera with a veiy pleasant alk , with regard to tor plans for organizing a party of young ladies fora European visit , during the line mouths beginning in Septcm- > er. Visitors are always accorded a uordial welcome , and it IB to bo re gretted lliat so few take oavautagc jf ibis opporlunity to see what heir leathers are doing in the way > f preparing for work , in which all hotild feel a deep interest. Lot us lave mnro visitors during the ses- 1011. 1011.On On Wednesday of next week Ihe uouvenlion of school boards and pa- rons will convene in the M. E church. Everybody within ruach of Broken Bow should turn out in 'nil force and astiiht in making this in epoch making day. The county superintendent and teachers are very sanguine as to the ultimate resulu of the mooting. The reception at the Park Tues day evening was in most respects i very pleasant affair. The strong wind prevented carrying out tbe > rogiam in full. The Mandolin club 'urnixhod the instrumental music , fjowisBros 'quartetRosieaudVornio Blair and the Glee club assisted very maternity in Iho way of local music. iMi.se Funk , Miss Megan and Miss Zodti Granl rendered appropriate recitations. The management ol tlio band regretted very much ihoir inablity to assist in the program owing to the fact that four promin * out members were out of town , , Mr. Taylor hopOH lo got the "boys together for our Wednesday moot , ing. Notice to Hunters. Parties are hori'by notified not to hunt on my farm , or pasture grounds , under penalty of the law. FRANK WKISICNKKDKU n J , J , SNYDER , - Notary Public - And Justice < > r tliu 1'cuco Special attention jlv- un to collections. UopnfiltfoiiH tukun , pension voucher * neatly executed , anil Hit kinds of lend impcrBrltton. . Olllco weft slilo niuaro. llrokon Uowi Nob. Eag Carpet Sold choiip , In any length iilecen ilcslrcil. Cur- | > ct weaving rollctted. I'rlcua rt'iieonablo. Mrn. Louiho Haymond. Woet o ( llowcn'a Store. Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Geneva Nursery , John Mi'Cutohoon , Agent. Mukti both fall and epriiiK ilullvorjr. Tills U tliu leading nursery in tliu ntnto , aud their utock is nil diet clnst. Of tlio luiiulrcJivo have poTtl to In tills county the i > uut four yctrvo ilcflrc to refer ) oii to it fuwvhoui wo lui\o furnli < hiMl xtock , viz : Jus. Wldtuhcnil , John Henry , Uro. \V. Ucttoy , 11. U. Uogtfra and Judge II. M. Hal- llviin. llviin.John McCutcheon. I PUR LOWEST PRICES IN DRY GOODS , ; BOOTS & SHOES , TINWARE , QTJEEETSWARE , PATENT MEDICINES and NOTIONS. Dr. Piorco'e Golden Modir.al Discovery - CaBtoria . 20o covory . OOc PISO'B Consumption Cure . 20o Dr. Pioroo's Favorite Prescription , ir. vvjliam , > fi Pink Pills for Palo OOo People . 45o " ' " nBom'HHivoSyrap,36o m.o for . 29 ° Hood's Sarsajianlb . ! )0c ) Hood's Vegetable Pills . 2L'c A-vor'8 Pllls . 20 ° Pnno's ( Jdery Compound . OOc Kiulcapoo Indian Worm Killer. .20o Syrup of Figs . 40o Dr. Ward's L5niamontaaine size , 20o Just received our fall line of Better than ever , cheaper than ever , for men , women and children. If you want the best goods for the least money , buy at the Just received a fine lot of HARVEST GLOVES , the best that money can buy , and will sell away below nil competition. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR EGGS. Oft T3TTTT ry s In order to reduce the Salisbury stock of Goods we recently purchased , so as to en able us to consolidate our two stores as soon as possible , we will for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS continue to give our customers better prices than they can secure at wholesale. bought these goods in a lump , and at figures below eastern prices , hence we have no competitors in prices or quality of goods in Broken Bow. If you want real bargains in Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes , Clothing , Call and see uat ; SALISBUEY'S OLD STAND , " * * * i in the Realty Blook. ARRY DAY & CO , * '