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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 7 March 1884

5S'W'a SSKSSSBBSBSS -, , .-t, ..jii.i .-; r.' . -j "v7 S J r "' - "" : pZC'-'tZZ' -I eaa I t i The Red Cloud Chief A. C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor FBIDAY, MARCH 7, 1884. ADJOUBXHENT OF DISTBICT COCRT. Pursuant to request of the attorneys the regular term of the District Court in and for Webster county, Nebraska, set for March 25, 1884, is hereby ad journed f May 9, 18S4, at 9 o'clock a. m. Wm. Gaslix, Jr., Judge. x March, 3, 3884. 3Mw 'mm Meeting of County Central Committee. There will be a meeting of the Re publican Central Committee at Blue Hill, on Monday, the 17th day of March, A- D. 1885, at one o'clock P. M. for the purpose of "calling a county convention to select delegates to State nd district conveniens, and for such other business as may be deemed nec essary. D. P. Nra-roMPR Blue Hill, March 4. Chairman. AROUND THE CITY. Seaside Libraries at Lindlev's. District court has been adjourned io May 9th. A. H. Byrcm, attorney, has located at Riverton, Neb. Snow, the beautiful, in sm...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 7 March 1884

&ti- S .,- v,. N -, '7 f it PERSONAL AND UTEBABT. ' " Horrors oL Hotel Life' is the title of & book recently issued. Tea Garden is the name of ft strong and substantial citizen of Austin, Tex. Beecher's double, the man who goes to theaters and gets the Brooklyn pastor's name . in the papers, is John Wyman. Their resemblance is very striking. Brooklyn Eagle. "Camp Meeting" John Allen, c Wilton, Me., has read the Bible through and the New Testament half way again within four months, although he. ii eighty-three years old. Boston Post. Mrs. W. G. Noah, one of the great actresses of fifty years ago, who played rival engagements with Fanny Kemble, and supported the elder Booth and For rest, is still living in Rochester, N. Y. Rochester Express. Mississipplans feel very proud of their State .library in the capitol at Jackson. It core prises thirty-eight thousand volumes, which include the egal text-books ai.d reports from all ;he States in the Ur ion, making a col lection which r....

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 7 March 1884

(&&&'&? -;wSjjJ!'jJJ5" jj 7-.V . s Z2Z&'rti S i J f v II HOME, FABMA5D GARDEN. r Rhubarb requires a deep and rich oil. Chicaqo Journal. Prof. Sanborn says corn-fodder has at least two-thirds the value of cood hay for feed. First-class butter can not be made if the cream is allowed to stand long. "Exdiange. Rust on blackberry canes can be cured by applying a few handfuls oi salt to the ground over the roots. Cleveland Leader. A gooil garden is a sovereign rem edy for dyspepsia and 1 ver complaint, the friend of growing children, and a peace-maker in the family, provided a man docs the work. 2i. Y. Times. A Kentucky orchardist complains that rod cedar trees cause apple trees in their vicinity to be unproductive and afliictcd with rust. The removal of the cedars caused the apple trees to produce large crops. Feed the stock regularly. Let the iirst meal be ijiven at the earliest morn ing hour. The last chore at night should be the feeding. For horses that are not wor...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 7 March 1884

?.i mS W-S'Hyj.av -SmT"" T v r ;' jiTi . U r. ' IT v fc gSi It J- 4 r' i'f J? f n a Lk . T t ;r- ft- E 3 vj-J V' It t -. - . BMaaa FaoalBg. The story of the Dalrymple farms has Deen told too often to bear repetition. Mr. Dalrymple cultivates, for several owners, about 27,000 acres, the farm alto gether containing 75,000 acres. He con ducts his agricultural operations on .buswess methods. Over each 6,000 'acres is a superintendent, who has a book-keeper. There is a headquarters building and a storehouse for the em ployes the farms. Each 6.000-acre division is made up of three farms of 2,000 acres each, and a foreman is placed in charge of the inclosure and of its complete set of necessary farm build in ". The great business is managed on a wholesale principle. The stores for feeding and clothing the laborers are purchased in large quantities, and sold to the customers at retail. Every advantage is taken of the markets, every favorable or unfavorable turn in the financial world is wat...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBa'BBVPiWH! m I . .. ..J , ;' LIJM ..... .... ;I-- Jf -3 - r s. ..y -z&t w& . " 1 c;i sT - - 2.A .v 4 OUD & t "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $10 A YEAR IS.THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH U, 1884. NO. 32 VOL. XI. PR iU ,-.,r, -w-wfc-'iasSKfK rC-T-if ? W " -? J ' - , ... ' ' aw -" , y4 Chief. TTE KED UL v. . r? RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY FRIDAY BY A. C. HOSMER. RATES OF SUBSCRUTIOK: Oat copy, one year. -One npy, fix months. TtJne eopy. four mnnthi. Entered at the IVtofHee in Red Cloud as mat ter of the fpcnnd cla?s. COUNT Y OFFICFRS. John P. Bavhn, County Clerk. Chas. Buschow, County Treiurcr. Geo. 0. Yeiser, County Judge. J VV. Warren, Sheriff. (pins. W. Springer. Superintendent of Public Instruction. C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor. J.M. Mosena, County Coroner. J. E. Smith. i i Jacob L. Miller, County Com. Jno. McCalluin. ) Business Directory. THE Leaag Millinery itoro T J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor....

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

Jwj , -v.f fp . f - . a, I - .r fV K6 fe V. t '?!" ft r " - " ... h t .f je :e toi ic: .nV- I. I ' f JnSS?- .ftrtSfc v. A i&v SWF '.i. " iyj Kp&? r fc fr: v 5r irvi j ?&! B8F THE EED CLOUD OHIEB i C. HOSMEB, Piblisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CUKBENT COMMENT. As A result of the work of "spotters" on the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Look & Chicago Railroad, several of the conductors on that road have been dis charged. The "spotters" were disguised as drummers. The remains of the old time residents and pioneers of Southwestern Montana who were killed by Indians or died away from home are to be gathered together and interred in the Bozeman cemetery. The cost of marriage licenses varies from $4.50 in Maryland to twelve cents -in New Jersey, the average being $1.20. New Mexico, Colorado, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Rhode Island anji Wis consin make no charge at all. When the law for the manumission ol the Cuban slaves was passed several years ago they numbered 385,355. It...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

P?? R.tSBK"90S;j J!UKn' tM - - -r - '1 ? r.3JK r i THE BED CLOUD CHIEF X A. C. KOSHER, Piilisler. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA QUEER. - -tTu W0I"n wht? hath bounteous share ga walth. and who is youngand "With not a care Fave to bedeck herself In finest silks and satins every day? -For her is stirpjui th ,i..!.:. .. On her commands the deftest servant -rait-o sounds of childish romnin "2 ? Zr"" f When, to receive her iriendi," she sits In Goes she abroad, a carriage saUn-lincd should- "Ahere'er 6-e chooses that SIUIU. it A?,3 l? nei,ler friend nor kin gives she od unnance their Pleasure or their IoUis may destroy, and want of sunshine fade, sso parts with nothing from her hoarded store; On poverty she looks with scornful pazo. And nc er to beggar is unbarred her door. Queer, Isn't it, dear? I know another: very poor is she. And though notold, her brow is marked with care; "i Erl1ch,UAren5:usJer round her, and 'tis hard To find them food to eat and clothes to wear. .sometimes the meal she seri...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

j?-n a hf jO3 j 3' a-fi j i ' fef ,--- ffy l Jf- - lv f : The Red Cloud Chief, i A. C. HOSMER, Proprietor FRIDAY. MAKCH 14. 1884. As the eagles gather about the car cass, so thousands of hiftnan vultures gather at the national capital at con gressional sessions to fatten on unclean legislation, such as railroad jobs, land grabs, star route schemes, fraudulent claims, building contracts, supply bids, and-so-forth, through: and endless cat alogue of schemes to drain the public treasury. It is estimated that no less than 25,000 adventurers have loafed in Yashington this winter, whose sole ob ject appears to be in pursuit of some tbing that leads to unlocking the vaults ci the treasure, or to clutch hold of hush-money or stocks that may be squeezed out of corporations which seek to get favorable bills lobfeied through congress. This class of people are known in Washington as "The Third House', which, when organized for ac tive work, can generally manage to control enough congressmen to ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

W.r?r- mmmBmmmssm- ?c- 4 &-! W&? vuxvs: .." . ..v- '. -. r- - 154 " ' V i-' V t 4 I -fc i y The Red Cloud Chief A. C.HOSMER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1884. jjUMTOURXMENT OP DISTRICT CODRT. Pursuant to request of the attorneys the regular term of the District Court in and for Webster county, Nebraska, set for March 25, 1884, is hereby ad journed to May 9, 1884, at 9 o'clock a. m. Wm. Gaslin, Jr., Judge. March 3, 1884. 31-4w , .. Immense Barg&tai la Jewelry. G. S. Albright, our enterprising and go-ahead jeweler, is again on deck with one of the most complete lines of jewelry ever produced in the Repub lican Valley. He has watches, clocks, silverware, plated-ware, musical in struments, etc., of every conceivable llesign and make. Dealing in only the lest goods in the market, Mr. Al bright has gained for himself a wide imputation for honesty and square dealing. If you want any goods in his line it will pay you to call on him at once, as he is offering tremendous bar ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

&$&? ?$s a ;m -uX r ' -- ? ' ,.. i."1 Vs ' r -r-T t 31 ivl f ' If t u- 1 -. L" '!&&" , WXHE, F1MI1HD GARDE. " .Hay that fa aot effectually cured when yu, in barn should have salt scattered over it as it is put away. It -helps to preserve it and the cattle like ItTroy Times. An Ohio farmer says he cared his horses of coughing by using oil of tar and camphor gum. He pat in all the camphor cam the tar would cut and gave a teaspoonful on the tongue three times a da' after feeding. An Indianapolis (Ind.) fruit grow er gays: "Last year 1 put twelve moles jn my strawberry patch of five acres, to tatcn ino grubs, ana tney aia tne wore. I never had. a dozen plants injured dur ing the summer, either by the grubs or moles. I know some people do not care for moles on their farm, bat I want them in my strawberry patch." Peas are of two classes, the round and the wrinkled. The latter kind, if sown in coid, wet soil, will rot; the round peas are hardy, and may be sown as soon as th...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

isPVSr! --&nrs". 'J4f ..- r- -C , 3 " tf '-, - . v '.j. mi. i . - . . - -." T" I i."- S K'v tf '-i. J I J 4) n P THE FLCOBS IS THE SOOTH. Tfce tere. AlwctkeXower aUsrissippL Arkansas, inate ud otlsex KteersGrrlnc Way u the CoBsesraent YIockU llcmlt la Grout Damaee-GoTerameBt Aid Beiac Provided For VlCKSBTBG, JIlBS March 8. News from the Sunflower lEIver is to the effect that a general overflow of the section is almost certain. The water which comes through the break in the Hughes levee atBeulehXake in Bolivar County has not yet reached the Sunflower Eivcr through the Bogaephalia, in addi tion to the water coning through the Lewis swamps already in the river, will cause a general overflow. Telegrams were sent from here yesterday notifying Governor Lowry of the impending dan ger up the Sunflower liiver. GOVERNMENT AID. A telegram was received by Captain .Marshall, United Stated engineer in charge of this district, from the Chief of Engineers at Washington, asking what steamers and...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 14 March 1884

'rrP 'JiC."'j5r'5Sr35aE V -,, -V- z$sm ---rM $ u ." ' M 4- oau.lV U&U3? i. i'JV. .. H f . v , m -"y.,rl.. . MT -if vfr 1 -. - , li i t ItPMatWU i There wts a chap on the boat who lived at Jackson, Miss., and he was tell ing us many anecdotes regarding the aegro population. Among others, he bad a friend who one day asked of an aged darkey: 'Well, Colonel; what particular ossi fication has predominated over the mmifications of late?" The old man gave a pull at his hat with one hand, and scratched his head with the other, and answered: "Wall, sah. I reckons dat was hira gwlne down do road a few miuits ago on top of a mewl!" There was a passenger from Rhode Island who was greatly amused by these Anecdotes, and two or three times Afterward I caught him hunting in a dictionary for big words and stringing them together. When we arrived at Natchez ne was all. loaded up. A lot of us went up to see the town, and as five gained the crest of the long and dusty hill we met a colored woman on...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

-. X- C 'aa-fes'' "H"H cHT X4 ,?.v-t f , -p -?$'!:"rv . w . - ' M. " .l.!" 1 -WA Vrir.'N "-ii?& -.t'i" V S?1 .a 2- V-A "i ' ". I0-,JIN. " ,. r .i t ..' i C I r'-i Ml "ETERNAL VIGiLANCE ISTHE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.50 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. ' l- RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 2-1, 1884. NO. 33 VOL. XL - . - --i .. ulMV1tVr- V -T . - " i ii iJ ' " ' ' " ta. ... b . -. - - "-- -- -- - j ,. . .i,.i - i TrLtii r- nnnamii rmu nMrfflriniiN r lamuni ,i,hi-bt w. - - . , r -,x -?&& " V- f "f W 75V ' ?-Vj; S-s ' .iVfc .v-w I w jwPhrV V li V t 4. The Red Cloud Chief $ i i 1 r.l r L If K RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY FRIDAY BY A. C. HOSMER. BATH OF BUBSCRlFTldN: teer,Be7Mr. QA toy. six moauu. 1150 75. tTraa epy. four Moatht . - SO. Entered at the PottoBee is Red Cloud as mt trf the Neond class . .-. 2 COUNTY QFFICFKS. John P. Bayha, County Clerk. Chas. Busehow, County Treasurer. Gob. O. Yeiser, County. Judge. J. XV. Warren. Sheriff. Chas. W. Springer, Superinten...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

r nfk' - i - B" T "-':- fi? r .t THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. A. G. HOSUER, PiMisier. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA CURRENT COMMENT. Tire first shovelful of dirt on the Flor ida Midland & Georgia Railroad was dug at Valdosta recently by the wife of Hon. C. R, Pendleton. Oregon will vote on the 22dof June on a proposition to so amend its State Constitution as to admit the women to an equal right to vote with the men. Ex-Representative Burrows, of Michigan, is said to be the selection of the President for the vacancy in the office of Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, recently held by John C. New. Active preparations are in progress for the meeting at Memphis, of the San itary Council of the Mississippi Valley. There will be delegates present from fifteen States, and the health of the val ley during the coming summer will be carefullv considered. H. L. Mitchell manager of the Globe Tea and Coffee Company, of Wilkes barre, Pa., and his assistants were ar rested recently en a charge of gambling, ob...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

msm t &J : i ."1 ft THErEED CLOUD CHIEP v . C. HOSMER, Publisher. :red cloud, NEBRASKA. TJi HAPPY WOMAN. 3od did not jrive me a palace -r, .r.rich rod wine and bilk: Jint lesavc mo a cotta-re or peace, -. ..V,e whitc wheat loaf and raillc t.od did not give me n golden crown, ortliepoinnof county life: k"lHe. ave ine the j-oliicn ring of love The ring of a happy wife. ; "J?,5"01! ,ne to wrk in the household, "lo -rlean In the harvest-held. To gather the butter and honey. -nd the wealth or the orchard yield: no be out m the wind and sunshine. Tossing tho rented hay; To be up and feeding the workers At the breaking ot the day. lie fives me the hire of my labor. The wage that 1 love the best, The love of a loyal husband. The babes at my knee and breast.' J shate the hope of the sower. I know when the roses blow; 3IIne is the joy of the harvest. And the winter's lire and tnov. ' God giveth to some a palace. And rich red wine and silk: But Cod gave me a cottage of peace. And the white...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

' -r- ,. - i -".! ' J7?'--C- A" ' - ?rs rtT -rf '?: - wrir Ty ,?t" ---- 'fHr? J,.. IT,- f ' M $ ! 'Tf The Red Cloud Chief A.C. HOIMIH, - Proprietor FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1884. ItepaMkaa Ceuty CMreattoa. Tfce rejwbllcaa etecters of Webster comity, Xeb., are requested to aet at the usual places for toMIng elections iatte several Ipreciiicts on Saturday, April is, lM, for the purpose of elect ins delegates to tfee republican county conven tion to be held at the court bouse In Bed Cloud. Neb., Tuesday, April 22, 1861, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of selecting 8 delegates to 'the republican state convention to be held at Lincoln, Keb., May 1, IBM, and also to select delegates to the district convention of the 2nd Congressional District should one be called, for the purpose of selecting; 2 delegates to represent said district In the Republican National Convention to be held at Chicago, June 3, 18ft. The several precincts are entitled to the follow ing representation based on the vote ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

'5;1 Tv ?c ' l '. Alkr- Z2S& lU TiiJt Tfc r--.- " C-rt f a- - ' A .- f - f i I ? 9 -J I m I. JThe Red Cloud Chief. A. C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1884. i CITY BREVITIES. A kain Sunday night. The street sprinkler goeth around. G. S. Albright's is the place to get jewelry. Gkt your coal, Jombcr, lime, cement, etc.. at Piatt & Frees. Mr. Barney Meiers bought three line cows for his dairy this week. Go to Piatt fc Frees forlumber, coal, etc. If you want the best coal or ldm- ber see Piatt & Frees. Mr. O. G. Roberts, harness dealer; made an assignment one day lasi. week to Sheriff Warren. Frank QuinLEY now adorns the post office department at Red Cloud, as first-assistant postmaster. J. P. Walters has closed his school Aid has taken a position in W. H. Goodall fc Co.'s abstract office. Go to P. S Albright's for your jew elry, musical instruments, etc. You t ill save money by going to Albright's ewelrv store. Mr. West, J. P., and family returned from the east, ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

-r 0 :9 HOME, FAKM AND GARDE. Fruit trees, as well as animals, re spond to judicious care. Soapsuds are a valuable fertilizer (or all forms of vegetation, especially serviceable for small fruits, and in the fruit garden proper will never be wasted. AT. Y. Herald. A correspondent says that the best means of removing moss and earth ac cumulations from an old shingle roof is to sprinkle lime freely along the comb of the roof and let the rains dis solve and carry it over the shingles. N. . Times. A good cough medicine is made oi boiling two ounces of flaxseed in one quart of water; and rock candy to sweeten it. to your taste. After strain ing, add also thy jiice of several lem ons. This should be taken at night, and if possible it should be hot when taken. Detroit Post. Have you any cabbage stumps? Set them out in the garden, as soon as the frost leaves the ground, where they will not interfere with other crops. Cover them half of their length. Green, tender leaves will soon appear whic...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

-. ''-y"iwp-aaEyg j "ffljAj; r"i8J!J"'lJgg 5'!L?-fffc'aur' ffrgrr y-wyjiBg'-'!f'-"T-f-r ??5?r rr"MgJr-- F AJ - iV r - - - . ifrssa&til&zmZgM a-, J8g i " W i i j V - r i & CAUGHT AT LUST. Tiller, tho St.lxuIsKxpriTliIer,.ptE4 at Milwaukee and 990,000 KrcoTered. Milwaukee, March 14. Prentiss Tiller, the Pacific Express Company's agent at St Louis, who decamped with nearly 5100,000 a few days ago, was arrested at'lO o'clock yesterday morning by,i Milwaukee detective and SSO.000 of the. money recovered. A. young man looking like a tramp, with a Bmall mustache, brown hair, of slight build and unobtrusive features, and of about 135 pounds weight,bouglit a trunk at the store of Carries Schraiii, and on Tuesdav asked to have it shipped to G. II. Paclien, Detroit, Mich. He left a valise which he asked to have placed inside the trunk to save him the trouble of carrying it. When about to put the valise in the trunk the clerk dropped it and the clasps burst asunder, the bulging coul...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 21 March 1884

VarL-e" - - - & i ii- fe -v. cf 1 i fLt W f . t t Xh V v V Yfc4 if K. Y -5i. F V s x .--A. r.il itiar .7Jr r jt Pwrrt-. J 'JThe Red Cloud Chief. AJfc HOtWIlt, - Proarieter FBIDAY. MABCH21, 1884. STRENGTH tt vigorously push a business, slrtngth to study a profksitn, strength to ragalate a household, ttreagth to do a day's labor with out physical pain. All this ropre soats what is wanttd,ia the often heard expression, "Oh! I wish , had the streagttji" If you are broken down, haft not energy, or feel as if life was hardly worth liv ing, yoy erf be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS, which is a true tonic a medidnt universally recommended sV all wasting diseases. px N. Fftaoet St., Baltiawra During the war I was in jttredintheitoHiachbyapiece of a shell, and have suffered from it ever since. About four which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors ia the city said I could not live. Isufieredfearfullyfroin indigestion, aad for...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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