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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
July 11, lbV5
CORNELL BADLY BEATEN.
Aawleu Boys Badly Demoralised U
Their Second Bar.
Lokdok, July 1L Th member of
the Cornell crew arose early to-day,
were well nibbed down and bad break
fait at 7:30 o'clock. They were all
well and In the best of spirits. As the
Trinity crew paddled into position in
order to meet Cornell in the fourth
heat of the trial races for the grand
challenge cnp they met with a rousing
reception. Their average weight was
Cornell was slow in takintr np posl
tion on the Berkshire side. The word
"go" was given at 12:81 o'clock, and
Cornell caught the water first and
started with a stroke of 40 to Trinity's
4t. Cornell was half a length ahead
on turning into the course after pass
ing Regatta island. Then the Cornell
runner beran to encourage the Amer
ican crew and under this stimulus the
Cornell men, who had dropped to 88,
ported and increased their lead to a
length. Trinity was then splashing
Cornell made the half mile in two
minutes and twenty-five seconds, but
Rasing Frawley court went to pieces,
eeborn, No. 4, In the Cornell boat
dropped his oar and put his hands to
his faoe. The Cornell crew seemed
paralysed at this. Hall, stroke of the
Cornell crew, seemed not to under
stand what was interfering with the
omentum of the boat and half
tamed round. By the time the Cor
nell erew were again at work Trinity
Ball was a length ahead.
The Cornell crew then bacame so
rattled that they rowed like a lot of
aohool boys, and I lager, No. 3, dropped
bis oar and fell back into the arms of
Bpellman, No. 2. The latter instantly
relieved him, and as Hager did not re
cover himself. Col son, the coxswain,
called out sharply, "What are yon
aboat there?" llager then resumed
his oar and seemed to try to row, but
no sooner had the crew recommenced
pulling with Trinity hall five lengths
ahead than Freeborn again dropped
his oar and with one hand before his
eyes seemed to grope blindly to recover
it. By this time Trinity hall was
even or eight lengths ahead, rowing
to a long, even stroke, and they could
plainly be seen laughing to one an
other. Passing the mile post in five minutes
tweaty-two seconds, Fennell's head
fell forward and he seemed about to
faint lie also dropped his oar and
rubbed his i forehead. The shouts of
encouragement of little Col son, the
Cornell coxswain, could be distinctly
heard above the din of cheering from
the shore, where the Cornell men were
running along the bank, frantically en
deavoring to encourage the crew. Fen
nell recovered and tried to row, but hia
oar struck the water flat, although it
was sometimes in the proper position.
The Trinity crew was then hopeless
ly ahead and the race was virtually
over. The crowds on the river
banks and in the boats alone
the shore were frantic with de
light at Cornell's unfortunate situation,
bat the Cornell men continued to run
along the shore shouting all kinds of
encouragement to the demoralized
The Cornell men in the boat, how
ever, seemed more fit to be in their
coffins than in a boat race. The Amer
ican spectators ashore and afloat were
heart broken at fie collapse. The
grandstand was filled with brightly
dressed American girls and many of
them were crying at the finish.
Trinity Hall wou the race easily by
!ght lengths and as the Cornell boat
creased the finish line Fennell fell
from his seat in a dead faint.
The Britishers were wild with de
light when Irinity passed Cornell at
the three-quarter post, but words
railed to express their enthusiasm
when Trinity Hall won and Cornell
tailed along past the grand stand.
Then the Cornell men were received
with hisses. They stopped rowing be
fore they passed the judges who' hoist
ed the sign, "Not rowed out."
The band then played "God Save the
Queen" as the crowd cheered itself
hoarse, and Fennell lay as if dead in
the bottom of the Cornell boat, while
his nearest companions splashed water
In his face. He soon recovered, and
the Cornell crew slowly paddled to
their boat house.
The general opinion is that the Cor
Bell crew were hopelessly overtrained
and that there was no climate or mala
ria about it Colson, who acted as
spokesman for the Cornell crew, said:
"We had a hard race and we were
fairly and squarely beaten."
Oiar Alexander ill Heady to Advance Gold
Washington, July 11. 'Discussion
of the gold reserve in the treasury and
the action past and probable of the
' Morgan-Rothschild bond syndicate
brought to light to-day the fact that
Ctar Alexander III of Russia offered
to loan to the United States all the
geld necessary to maintain the reserve
at any figure desired. The friendly
tender was declined by President
Cleveland because, after several weeks
of consideration and deliberation and
telegraphic correspondence back and
forth between Washington and St
Petersburg, it was decided that the
president had not the authority to issue
bonds or otherwise incur indebtedness
ob behalf of the government Since
then the power of the president and
the secretary of the treasury to issue
bonds has been determined, and if the
offer were repeated by the present Rus
sian ruler it might be accepted.
"The story of the proposition made
Jbj the czar, and the way it was re
ceived by the president and his ad
visers was one of the best kept secrets
of the white house. Although the in
cident occurred some two years ago, no
hint of it has reached the public until
A Deputy Sheriff Struck Down.
SPBisoriiLD, Mo., July ll. George
Hayes, alias "Pea Ridge," who ig Barr
ing a jail sentence here for petit lar
ceny, while at work in the chain gang
yesterday afternoon, attacked Deputy
Sheriff Frank Keller with a hear
pick, and after fatally injuring him
was shot by Guard Jack Bettis with a
double barrel shot gun, but not serif
ously hurt Keller died at 18 o'clock
Cnicago Mas a rtuun.
Chicago, July ll. The Bell, one ol
the largest retail clothing houses la
the city, has failed.
MANY FLOODED OUT.
The Iaaadatloa la mod About Sallna
Sauna, Kan., July 11. At 12 o'clock
last night the Smoky Hill river was
thought to be at a standstill. A fresh
flood came, and at noon to-day it had
risen five inches more and is still
Five hundred people have been
driven from their homes and have
taken refuge in the school buildings,
being cared for by active citizens.
In the valley of the river .scores of
farmers and their families have had to
fly for their lives and crops have been
destroyed and stock and buildings
washed away. The damage cannot be
estimated till the water recedes.
Yesterday a Swede who lives ten
miles up the river went with his wife
on horseback to an elevated island to
release some cattle. While there
sudden change in the current sub
merged the island and they oiily es
caped from being drowned by climbing
treea After six hours' imprisonment
they were rescued by men in boats.
Bridges have been washed away in
great numbers and dams and mills
greatly damaged. .
AVENGED HIS DISCRACE.
A Vw York Man Horsewhipped by- BJs
Wife Kill Her and Himself.
Sthaoubk, N. Y., July 11. Three
weeks ago Mrs. John W. Chamberlain
horsewhiDOed her husband in front at
the Eagle hotel in Norwich, on ac
count ol bis alleged indiscretions with
other women, and mibllclv declared
that she would never live with him
again. She made her home with a
friend until Monday night, when her
nusoana canea ana asked. lor a short
She want to thu Annr And IDinnt
word of warning Chamberlain draw a
revolver from hia Docket and firad
twice at her. One bullet took effect
lust under the left ear, and the other
n the left side of the ahdnmstn and
she fell mortally wounded. Then
unamDeriain turned the muzzle of the
revolver toward his head and pulled
the tricirer. The bullet nnilnul tnt
his brain and caused instant death.
Mrs. Chamberlain died without regain
Humphrey Bros., Hardware Co., are
agHD ts for the Deering Binders and Mow
ern. We keep a full stock of repairs, and
wear still increasing ourstock of Stude
Itnker and Moline Carriages, Buggies,
riitetons and spring wagons' New goods
and new prices. The largest stock in the
state; 4 floors, power elevator. We have
some bargains iu second-hand Buggies,
Surries, I'hoetona and Carriages. .Call
and see ourstock. Binding twine cneaper
than ever. "X. B." grade full leather top
buggies, warranted at $65 cash.
Kansas Cm, Mo., July 9. There were
tow samples of wheat on sale to-day and there
was very little demand even for those few,
though 15,000 bushels of old hard sold ont of
store on private terms at a still price. Some
samples were offered at 1 and 2 cents below
Saturday's prices. Receipts of wheat to-day,
12 cars; a year ago, 84 cars.
No. 2 hard wheat, BttfxMc: No. 3 bard,6i65o
No. t hard, 60..ci No. ii red, B789c: No. 3 red.
65c; No. 4 red, 63c, rejected, nominally
A few cars of corn sold early at Saturday's
prices. Later the market was about a cent
lower. Receipts of com to-day, 11 cars ; a year
ago, 15 oars.
No. i mixed corn. 894c: No. 3 mixed, 38c: No.
4 mixed, 37c; No. 2 white, 9tfc; No. 8 white.
Oats were firmly held. Few samples were on
sale. Receipts of oats to-day, 6 cars; a year
ago, 2 cars. No. 2 mixed oats, 25o; No. 3 oats,
iiVtot No. 4 20c; No. 2 white oats, 27c; No. 8
white oats, 1 car 26c.
Rye No. 2, part of a car 45o; No. S.nominallv
45c. Flaxseed Nominally $1.13 for July de
livery and $1.11 for September.
Corn Chop Stoutly; 7S80o per cwt sacked,
limn Weak: StifttMc per cwt sacked ; bulk. 6a
Hay Reoeipt,8 cars:market very firm, Timo
thy, choice,$lllrt;il.50.;No.l,$9.5010;No. i, $S9
fancy prairie. SM.50; choice, $8t8.!i0: No. L $7AJ
B; No. 2, $67; packing hay, $1.50 $
Chicago Board of Trade.
Chicago. July 9, The following is the ranars
nf prices of the grain and provision market on
the board of trade :
Low I July 8
W 6934 69
September . ..
September . ..
Kansas Cm, Mo. July . Cattle Receipts
since Saturday, 6,535 ; calves, 3o2; shippod Sat
urday, 833 cattle, 93 calves.
The market was generally steady on all good
offerings, and somewhat lower on common
Dressed beef and export steers. $3.40E5.30!
cows and heifers, $22.214.171.124; Texas and Indian
steers, $16063.80; stackers and feeders, $2.50
4.80; calves, $56; Western steers, $ S.704.U,
Hogs Receipts since Saturday, 2,782; shipped
Saturday, 1,110. The market was 5o highest
me top sale was $5.05 and the bulk of sales
were from $1.80 to $1.95 against $5.05 for top
sale and $4.80 to $4.95 for bulk of sales on last
Walter Baker 4 Co. United,
Th Largatt Manufacturers of
PURE, HICH GRADE
Cocoas and Chocolates
On thU Continent, Bars rasirsd
from tht gnat
Industrial and Food
IN EUROPE AND AMERICA.
Caution: - 'T,tt
of tht Ubelf mild wrapper on our
jroodt, consumers should make sura
ilhst our place of manufacture,
is printed on . packaf a.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE.
WALTER BAKER i CO. LTD. DORCHESTER, MAS!
Striken Granted aa InrrosM.
CASTOH.Ohio. July ILThe striking
employes of the Canton Steel company
returned to work with a general In
crease in wages of three and one-third
per cent, to affect all departments en
gaged in the strike. About 275 nea
were involved in the strike.
A Warrant for Bird.
Topkka, Kan., Jaly ll. Attorney
General Dawes this afternoon filed an
information in the district court against
Labor Commissioner W. G. Bird, charge
in; him with oppression in office.
There are seven counts in tha information-
and save 20 per cent. Foot-Form Shoo
Store, 1213 0 St.
An Outing and Health at Small
To enable all at small cost to escape
from the almost unbearable beat of the
time, to be cured of rheumatism and
kindred diseases, to recuperate from sick
ness, overwork, nervousnens, and the
tourirtt to have a delightful time, the
Elk horn Northwestern line will run ex
cursions to Hot Springs, S. D., July 19
and August 2d at very low rates. Get
information at city office, 117 So. 10th
St., or depot, Cor. 8th aud B Bts. 5t4
For jaundice and liver complaint,
Ayer rills are better tnan any other,
They do not contain a particle ol calomel,
DO YOU WANT IT?
Salesmen Wanted In every county, st'arr
or commission. No ox par loner. New Tariff
mil gives unlimited pronto, act) to men ap
ply quickly statins; salary and territory
wanted. Manufacturers, f, O. Box 0308
"A MONEY MAKER
a 4 Anrtla nrlnilM vlth t.hiAA
aTlonAW AB sflsl-n Kss
attached to any make of pump
ing wind mill. E.B.WIMGERif
532 Kenwood Tims, cnicaeo, iiu
Doble'a Aluminum Ooflka Economise
FITS AMY COFFEE POT
PfOg Trial No Hxg neodnd to settle. Keeps I
y Dl&ckens. wo guarantee our
J Kconomiser to mane ratter,
lhe CoffCS strnnirer and richer coffee.
Price with 1-8 less. We allow
Peat Eft oorehater one week's,
faotorr can be return Ml end
.Jjaj?'!1 refund the money.
ARTHUR I.. DOME OO.
ail Webesk at.. Ohloase. m.
DAVID BRADLEY & CO..
108 110 9th St.. LINCOLN, NEB.
Fine line of
Spring Wagons, Buggies,
Carriages and Harness.
Binding Twine, Buckeye
Binders and Mowers,
Shuttler, Lake City
and Trumbull Wagons.
FRANK E. PARKS,
for your ' immJl
Any size yon want, 9)
to 66 in. high. Tires 1
to 8 in. wide bobs to
fit any axle. Haves
Coat many times in
a season to have set
of low wheels to flt
four wsnn for hauling
train, fodder, manure.
nogs, so. No resetting of
lues. Oatl's free. Address
B9IFIRK MFG. CO
Don't buy your twine till you
get prices of : : : : :
J. W. Mussetter,
or J. W. Hartley,
1008 P St., - Lincoln, Neb"
HIGHEST QUALITY OF ALL,
U AVE you feasted your i
1 1 eyes upon the beauty ,
and grace of the 1895
Columbian? Have you
tested and compared
them with "all others?1
Only by such testing can (
you know how fully the (
Columbia justifies its
proud title of the Stand-'
ard for the World. And i
the price is but
0ft fuse famous tvhtils
and of Har (fords, 3o
tOifrte at any Colum
bia Agtncy, or mailtd
for two it-cent stamps.
A. L. SHADES,
Ageat for Columbia ami Hartford Bicycles,
DE UVAL CREAM SEPARATORS
Address, for catalogs and particulars.
Or Tmi Dc Laval Sipahatok Co.,
Kloik, III. 7 Cortlandt Street, New York.
A II ' V
a 11 mi m w
II M J '
HAVE YOU FIVE
OR MORE COWS?
If so a Baby n Cresm Separator will earn Its cost for
you every year. Why continue an inferior system
another year at so great a loss f Dairying is now the
only profitable feature of A Rrtculture. Properly con
d ucted it always pays well, and must pay you. Ton
need a Separator, and you need the BEST, the
"Baby." All styles and capacities. Prices, $76.00
upward. Send for new 1895 Catalogue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.,
Branch Oiliest : General Offices:
ELGIN, ILL 74 00RTUNDT ST.. NEW YORK.
Home Grown Seeds.
and LABOR !"4
THE SUCCESS CULTIVATOR. PS:U.
Works Easy. Lock Lever. Beam Spring saree
booking np. Special features not In others.
Cheapest and best. 1
A. W. BUTT IMPLEMENT CO.,
75 Euclid Aye., Springfield, Ohio,
SOLO ON EASY TERMS,
SCOTT HAY PRESS Co. "
810 VHtc&i 8tK St. KsTOQACttf Mo.-
D3 A nriONTH "Fsp'J'?
f " I II A permanent Itu.tloll
(uaraotMd. Write today. Addreae P. 0. Boi (90, Bolton, Mm.
Bend fur a nairm nf the.
Famous and Precious
"""" ""' Remedy Free. Dr. J.
ja. saouiu, s ana Habbard Court, Cbieago.
T7lr K WANTED Hatd or widow. Axe 40.
t T am widower; formerly a farmer, but now
retired. Have but little Income. Good health,
good standing at home and In society. Children
married. WeiRh 140. temperate, use no tobacco.
Not satisfied sinorle: want a coinuttnlon that hai
home and plenty, and room in that home for tht
husband she loves that we may enjoy all that be
longs to man ana wire.
JAKE SIMPSON, Central City, Neb
AND HAY FEVER REMEDY-
Sold under positive guaranty. Samples
HOMES BY THE SEA-
sksss W protected by Bean
tiful Islands. Game. Oysters and Fish In abun
dance. Lemons, Oranttes. Pineapples, and all
sab-tropical Fruits and Flowers are Rrown to
perfecticn. Climate dellRhtful, summer and
winter. ' Land lertile, high and dry. A nook In
1 1 flRirjA comparatively unknown, that
lw nl LM offers to settlers and to winter
visitors advantages not found elsewhere. Seekers
alter health, pleasure or profit should read our
booklet, sent free, by XII K LEMON BAY
LAN U CO., Grove City, t'ltt.
GRAY HAIR0" whiskers
Ulini linill. .-. eoio, bv nslma
TAN'S MEXICAN HAI It RE8TOBATIVK.
It removes all dandruff; stops hair from falling
ont and enres all diseases of the scalp, it is no
Dye, and Is warranted absolutely harmlesa
Money refunded if it does not do everything
claimed for It. Sent to any address on receipt ol
price, si.ou per bottle, rail information ires.
Agenta wanted. ALLEN A CO., US Inter Ocean
Building. Chicago, 111.
FOWLS ai)d PlGS
I have a choice lot of White Holland
Tnrkeys, Barred Plymouth Rocks and
Pskln Ducks. Also some choice Large ,
English Berkshire Pigs. Write me for
rices on anything you want In my line,
aad I will guarantee satisfaction. Bend
stamp lor circular.
W. T. WHITE. Cutler. Illinois.
World s Fair Highest Awards
Medal and DiDloma
on our INCUBATOR snd
i . DROODbR Combined.
I rtu n.l!.LI.)l Lstnda
-u u ne au u utn.
If touer. tattmux! in Poultrr, It wltli
t n.v ran t. nnd 4 Mnt in tnmne for our
J pft. enuhu. eivinx Tnliuble points
nn Tnultn Uultnre. Addreie
Automatic Stock Fountain
to ISO pigs
No springs to
rust. No float
to stick In the
mud and let ont tank of water. Hns the right
lied drinking cnp, not a lnrge, double drinking
cup to bold a lot of hot, filthy water before fresh
upply comes down. Valve seat Is in body of
eater and acts as a lock-nut. Can he set to water
two pens at once, and can be attached to a tank
jr barrel In ten minutes. Works sneeeeefully in
Inter. Ketall price fH.00 We pay express.
Fountains sent to any address on trial. Price
to be remitted by express agent if satisfactory.
It costs nothing to try; send for one. Agents
wanted in every locality. Order through inipie
nent dealer or
Stock Eoiintain Co.,
Lake City, Iowa.
Get np a club for The Wealth Makers.
Only 80c. from now until November 1st.
fey ROCK I6LANP PLOW CO Rock Islamd:Ilu
Four IIodeIs-C85 and $100.
EVERY MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED. SEND 2-CENT STAMP FOR CATALOGUE.
Monarch Cycle Co.
Factory and Main Office: Lake and Halsted Sts., CHICAQO, ILL.
BRANCHES ifiew York. San Francisco. Salt Lake City. Denver. Memphis. Detroit, Toronto.
T. G. NORTH WALL, Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Are You Ready
For the Harvest?
There's only one way to get ready so that you can be sure that you are readj
and we are ready to get you ready with the World-Beating,
BEST IN THE . . .
Most Durably Built,
Lightest in Draft, -Greatest
Simplest In Construction.
All Competition Staid Away from
the McCormick in the
World's Fair Tests
We might to-day be selling a line of so-called "cheap" machines a1
a price which would still be high, but prefer to sell the higtmalue McCormicl
at a price which experience will most assuredly prove is low. Glad to sho vi
our friends these machines at any time. Come iu aud see them.
Farmtea will plsaas eall on
B. BINFORD, Linooln.
LEISVELD & TROMPEN, fflcknuta.
J. P. PRATT, Bennett,
MEYER & SEVEKIN, LLallam,
WELLER POLK & CO., Raymond,
G. W. PETERSON, Eagle,
Any of whom will be only too glad to show
you intend to purcbase or not.
Metropolitan National Bank.
and this Paper.
Elkhorn Valley Herd
of Poland China Suine.
I have nil the loadlnir
strains Including Free
TrHdea, Wilkes nod
Black U. H. fiimllles.
The best lot of piic" I
ever raised sired by
Paddys Chip Klis!), Fs
Wanna m a ker lDi'.'9,
Col. D. 8. 10005. My
sows are mos'ly Free
Trade and Wilkes
L. H. SUTER,
II. E. KEELOR.
Chester-White & Poland-China Swine
Herd compossd ol a choice se- .
lection ol premlnm animals, jf
Btoek shipped to all parts of U.
S. Write wants. Clarence, Mo. -r
Qeadacbelxuir Get Dr. MUea fain Pills,
Broke the Record
No Cultivator ever had (sucb a remark"
able run the firet season. Bales nearly
20,000 in 1894
and this year will be greatly Increased.
The O. H. D. is simply the best Walking Cultivate
ever stade sat) st tot kas so imitators. It sells at
sight For sale b oas dealer In a town. Sea It fee
tor rM buy. ftriU as tor Uustrstad ctrcalar.
Deere & Co.1
pR1 Hard CjtiouNDa
9 Dosiiiveiy Guaranteed to .give . J
. P'tynliooy a fair Trail Allowed m
sv s j i mm i
wh&t b ioid by fbosa
woo o&ve vied roen),
q) owlv bv vne
III " L
ging of Bicycles.
you the merits of the machines whether
Direct to market.
It Is the only way tf ",,
house. Our shippers testify almost unanimously that
value, ii vim Kiimtn
ours is xne rieni nouse. ine case nas Deen tried by
a Jury ot more than one thousand prominent wool growers ana
a verdict rendered. We have been found guilty of selling other
peoples' wool al a higher price than they could get at home and mak
ing prompt returns. The verdict has created consternation
among Wool Houses here, but rejoicing among wool growers
We receive more shipments of wool direct from the growers than
any house in this market We make q u Icker sales and q u leker
returns than any house In this market. Don't dispose of your wool
until you write for our Wool Eeport, giving prices and the verdict of
the jury over their own signatures. Sacks furnished FBEE,
SUMMERS. MORRISON & CO.,
174 South Water Street, CHICAGO.
FURNAS ; COUNTY HERD
Big Berkshires & Poland
China Pigs for Sale.
At farmers' prices. The prodnre of 20 top sows,
mated to 4 first-lass boars. The popular strains
Buy now and save extra chaws. Am breeding
some sows for early tall litters that I will shU
right. All guaranteed as represented. SatlslB.nl
tion given. Mention "Wealth Makers."
Beaver City, Neb.
-A.. J. Adams,
Breeder of1 '
Black Langshan Chickens.
Th. greates, general purpose chicken of th. ae!
My flock scores from sou t2 u9
EGGS FOR .SALE.
BssnBrst, cbemr wuts,
JWM7 Bed and Poland China
IPIQS. Jttn;, OnnaM, aad
Holiuls Caul,. Tbsnnigktind
Bhp. rase; Pmltrr. HnnUof
sad Horn. Dots. Catalocna.
iviua uaestar v reau
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