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July 18, 1895
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
DIED FROM DANCIN'
bdUa Twti Combined With Hr4
Cider Prove fatal.
DiGACTTB, Neb., July 16. Two In
dia women and one child died last
Bight fat Yeaton'i pasture, where the
Omaha Indian dance is taking' place.
The women got gloriously drunk on a
home-made compound of hard aider
and participated in an Indian dance
until completely overcome. This
makes the serenth Indian who has
Aied aince the celebration begun.
George Parker, an Omaha Indian,
Was drunk yesterday, and Frank Ew
ing, a Winnebago policeman, attempt
ed to arrest him. Parker Blurted to
run and Ewin; fired, killing him In
tantly. Ewing was promptly arreatel
and taken to jail, where he now is.
There is considerable excitement
among the Indians.and further trouble
iunrooiu, Neb., July 16. The elate
board of equalisation, comprising
Governor Holcomb, Auditor Moore and
Treasurer Bartley, held a formal
meeting yesterday, being the first held
according to law for the purpose 1
qualizing state taxes. Abstracts of
assessments of every county except
Boyd are in the auditor's possession
and show a total assessed valuation of
171,238,550.48, a decrease of $13,875,.
809.30 from the valuation of last year.
The valuation of last year also showed
a decrease of about ten million dollars
from the previous year. This year
only twelve counties report a com
bined increased valuation of 1424,635.
Aa the state board is limited to a levy
of about t mills, the reduced valua
tion will make it almost impossible to
bring' in enough revenue to pay ap
propriations of the legislature. At the
and of two years it is believed there
Will be a deficit of ST0O.-QO0,
1100 REWARD $100.
The readers of thlt paper will be pleased to
'mm that there Is at lenat one dreaded disease
that eiinnce baa been able to care In all llsstages,
wd that la Catarrh, Hull's Catarrh Care In the
nly positive cure known to the medical (rater
ally. Catarrh beln it a constitutional dlaeaae,
riqnirei a conetltutlonal treatment. Hall's
atarrh Core ta taken Internally, uctlng directly
wpon the blubd and inucona surfaces ol the aye
Sim, thereby destroying; the foundation of the
alsease, and glvlnir the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting nature In
olng Its work. The .proprietor have ao much
latth In Ha curative powers, that they offer One
llandred Dollars for any case that it fulla to cure.
end for Hat of testimonials.
Address. V. i. OU KNEV k CO., Toledo, 0.
s3T"aold b; Druggists, 76c
Now that splendid crops lu Nebraska
are almost assured beyond a doubt, the
publishers of Ibe Nebraska, farmer, Lin
coln, Neb., have decided tocouuuoinorate
this important event, which indicates
good times onco more, by publishing a
large special edition of their journal
August 1st, devoted to ensilage and fod
der. This issue will be used extensively
in their subscription campaign at the
State and County Fairs and will afford
advertisers an excellent medium through
which any article of merit may be
brought before the best people of Ne
braska and adjoining territory. All who
are contemplating placing any advertis
ing should begin at once, or with this
special issue, and all orders with copy
for advertisements should reach their
office on or before July 25, 1895. For
advertising rates see first column, second
page of Nebraska Farmer, or for further
Jiarticulars write the publishers. The
Sebraska Farmer special alfalfa edition,
April 4, '95. was most favorably com
mented on by the agricultural press of
the country and highly appreciated by
those interested in and familiar with this
most popular and valuable forage plant,
ond it is the intention of the publishers
to make the issue of August 1st, if pos
sible, even more valuable than the alfalfa
special. Copies of either edition may be
had, postpaid, to any address, at five
cents per copy, while the large supply
5t2 Liucoln, Neb.
The Sioux City and St Paul Itoute
Is the Northwestern, the only one-line
route. No transfers. No delays. Morn
ing and aiternoou trains to Sioux City(
Reduced round trip rates to St. Paul,
Duluth and other places. City office 117
Bo. 10th Street. tf
Nearly all women have good hair"
though many are gray, and few are bald.
Hall's Hair Renewer restores the natural
color, and thickens the growth of the
For a Club of
Five yearly sub
scribers we will
give a Year's
the person send
Send for Sample Copies and
work among your neigh
THE WEALTH MAKERS,
J. a HYATT, Bus. Mgr.,
The Wealth Makers from now until
November 1st for only 30c Get up
Drink Caused It
Chadron, Neb., July 1ft. Coroner
Way received a telegram yeaterday
evening anmmoning him to Crawford
to hold an inquest over the remains of
J. S. Murphy, city attorney of Chad
ron, who died at Crawford yesterday
afternoon from the effects of an over
dose of morphine, believed to have
been taken by him with suicidal in
tent. Jdurpby came to this city last
fall from Kearney and established a
law Bice. He Bueceed C. D. Kayres aa
city attorney on the letter's assump
tion of the postmnstership and has re
tained the position since then. He
was a young man of considerable
brillianey in his profession and had
the reputation of being one of the best
criminal lawyers in northwest Nebras
ka. His downfall was due to drink.
reed the) bhatfua.
Louisville, Neb., July 16. Adolph
Steinkamp and Henry Gaebel, twe
German farmers living southwest of
town, quarreled yesterday forenoon.
The row resulted in Steinkamp being
shot in the back and left arm with a
shotgun. It seems that Steinkaaap
went to Gaebel's house to see him
about tome work. Gaebel struck him
in the breast with a hoe and then the
two clinched, Steinkamp throwing the
other down. He let Gaebel up and
started to leave. Gaebel ran into the
house and grabbing a shotgun fired a
shot which entered Steinkatnp'a left
aide and another which struck his left
arm, a dozen or more shots cutting the
skin from his back. Gaebel shot a
third time but Steinkamp dropped to
the ground and the charge passed over
Humphrey Bros., Hardware Co., are
agen ts for the Deering Hinders and Mow
er We keep a full stock of repairs, and
we arc still increasing out-stock of Stude
l,li. ofl Muliiid f nrrinirHH. HuiffZies.
l'hffitons and sprinc; wagons- Newgoods
nnri nmtr tirices. Tim iarZKStStcek !B the
state: 4 floors, power elevator. We have
Borne bargains lu eoiiu-nuiiu iuggi,
Surries, l'liretons mid Carriage. Call
and see ourstock. Minding twine cheaper
than ever. "X. 15. grade mil learner lop
buggies, warranted at $05 cash.
Is now offering special inducements to
all parties wishing to study Bookkeep
ing, Mathematics, Htiortnanu, Type
writing, Penmanship, Latin, Trigonome
try, Commercial and Railroad Telegra
phy. Special attention given to prepara
tory work for State University.
W. 8. LLEWELLYN, M.A.,
Principal Commercial Department.
W. G. CHALBEULAIN,
Principal Shorthand Department and Lec
turer on Commercial Law.
BERT E. BETTS,
Omclal Court reporter.
8. M. TRDE,
Principal Telegraphy ana Ballroaa Busl
Principal Penmanship Department
Latin, Trigonometry, etc
Call or write for special rates (furing
Lansing Theatre Building,
LINCOLN. - - NEBRASKA.
cisttuu sws ueMAwnincnii
Weearry In Stock all
si sat l sl K.
weearry in hkick ail me
AA"B VERY LOW PRICES!
eeudtceDte ror larxe nius. uauuug,
TUC WILKINSON CO..
83 Randolph St., Chicago.
Is tbe moat simple, moat dor.
able, taa easiest to operate and therefore eapable
at moat i peed. Bend ior catalogue and prices.
Address, No. MU Faraam St., Omaha,
LAID DOWN AT YOUR, DOOR.
Finished in ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY,
or FANCY WALNUT,
Guaranteed for 5 Years
By the Oldeet and Moat Rellnble Music House
In Nebraska, For particulars write
A. IIOSPE, Jr., Omaha, Neb
(Mention this paper.)
HOMES IN THE SUNNY SOUTH,
Mo hot winds, b'.lunrda, nor crop failures. Na
tural Clover, Timothy and Blue Urass. Fuel
cheap. Coal fl per ton at bank. Dry wood 1.M
per cord delivered. All klnda ol trait that (trow
in thla latitude. You will find all these advan
tages tn the country adjacent Calhoun, Unnry
county. Mo., 13 miles from Clinton, the county
eat; population 6,000. Located oa the M. K. 4
T. K. R. 70 miles southeast Kaneaa City. We
have a list of good larma for sale at from $10 to
H0 per acre. Corn yields from 80 to 60 per acre.
Flax from 8 to IS per acre and other crops la
Sroportlon. We will cheerfully wive and Inlorina
ou required. Call oa or address,
Real Estate) Agents,
- Calhoun, Me,
Conducted by J. T. M. Bwioabt. Correapon
dence aollclted. Fire, cyclone or ball.
There are storms reported every week,
and yet there are thousands of farmers
who are entirely without protection
against wind when they could get it for
nearly nothing, or actual cost without
any high salaries or rich fees to agents.
We have made but one assessment in
three years, and that only called for 10
cents per $100. We would like to get
1000 agents to represent their respective
neighborhoods. We do not allow our
agents large fees to solicit, but some
agents are making it pay them well for
the time they spend. If officers for local
companies would write cyclone applica
tions for us in connection with their fire
applications they would find that It
would pay them well for the effort, and
it would give their patrons just what
they want and need.
For full particulars write the editor of
The applications in this line are coming
in, but so far no loss has been reported.
Ynn enn not afford to miss the mort
gage sale at Schwab's old stand. Boys'
suits worth 50.50 to M selling aiii.ia
to $3.50. Call early before the stock is
broken as every garment must go before
25 to 33 1-3 off
On straw hats at Fred Schmidt &
Bros., 921 0 St.
"Would'n't be without it for worlds!"
was the emphatic declaration of a lady
in reference to Ayer' Hair Vigor.
An Outing and Health at Small
Tn on il. In all at. amnll fnt, tn pRnnno
from the almost unoearaoie neat 01 tne
limn tn ho pui-pd nf rlipniiiii t iHin ana
kindred diseases, to recuperate from sick-
ness, overwork, nervousneNS, ana tne
-inrijf tn lmva n rlpliirlltflll tilnp. the
i i i
Elkhorn Northwestern line will run ex
cursions to Hot isprings, Sss V., July 1
onri a liariicir. vn nr. vprv ifiw rn,TPM. vinr
itifnrinntinn nt, citv oflieo. 117 So. 10th
t., or depot, tor. etn ana &ts. i
DO YOU WANT IT?
Salesmen Wanted In every county, salary
or eommlealon. No experience. New Tariff
Bill glyea unlimited profits, active men ap
ply quickly statinn salary and territory
wanted. Alanufaoturera. I. O. BoxflaOS,
DoDte's Alnmlnnm Cafffe Economizer!
FITS ANY COFFEE POT
Pree Trial No Kgg needed to settle. Keeps the sot I
vg,t clean n.oiuc. "v- v.
blackens. Wc guarantee our I
71 linmomiHir to make better.
The Coffee stronger and richer coffee,
Price ' less, " anow i
Pnat Cfl. each porohater one week's J
Paid OUC trl"1 1?ree' and,t no l-
factory can be returned and
we win rerunn tne money.
ARTHUR h. DOHIB ft DO.
. 311 WatiaahATe.,OsJea.!U.
DAVID BRADLEY & CO.,
10 t 110 9th St.. LINCOLN. NEB.
Fine line of
3prlng Wagons, Buggies,
Carriages and Harness.
Binding Twine, Buckeye
Binders and Mowers,
Sliuttler, Lake City
and Trumbull Wagons.
FRANK E. PARKS,
Man afire r.
Don't buy your twine till you
get prices of : : : : :
J. W. Mussetter,
or J. W. Hartley,
1008 P St., - Lincoln, Neb'
II You will ride M
W Of course you will rid. All the
1 world will fashion, pleasure,
jifa , business men.
It takes a while
sometimes for the
world to recog-(
nire its privileges;'
but when it does
it adapts itself
for, you who are
in the world will
rido a bicycle ft
bicycle if you deilre the best the
world produces ; ft Hartford, the
next best, if anything short of a
Columbia will content you.
Columbias, $10C; Hartfords,
$8o $6o ; for boys and girls, $50.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Cons.
Beaten, Raw Terk, Chtcafe,
taa franclace, Frevtdeace, Buffale,
Aatalofue comprehensive, beautiful at any
ageney rres, or ty mail ror two -oen stamps, me
book tells of all tbe new Oolamhias and Hartfords
ft. L. R HA I) EE,
Afat for Colombia ama Hartford BicToles,
DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS
Address, tor catafogua and particulars, -
Eijim, III. 74 Cortlandt Street, New Vork.
HAVE Y00 FIVE
OR MORE COWS 1
If so a" Baby" Cream Separator will earn its cost for
you every year. Why continue an interior system
another year at so frreat a loss f Dairying is now the
only profitable featureof Agriculture. Properly coo
ducted It always pays well, and must pay you. You
need a Separator, ana you neea tne imnii-
"Baby." All styles and capacities. Prices, $75.00
upward. Bend tor new lfcW5 Catalogue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.,
Branch Offices General Office:
ELGIN, ILL. 74 00RTLANDT ST., NEW YORK.
Home Grown Seeds.
- j ja n a n Writ tor Price and
and LABOR Circulars ....
TH SUCCESS CDLTIYATOR. Handle,
Works Easy. Lock Lever. Beam Spring saves
booking up. Special features not in otuers,
Cheapest and best.
A. W. BUTT IMPLEMENT CO.,
75 Euclid Ave., Springfleld, Ohio.
m&U FULL CIRCLE..
SOLD ON EASY TERMS,
SCOTT HAY PRESS Cft.
810 We&t 6tK St. KttTOQACtVt Wo.s
$75 a Month
nd szpenaei. Lady or
Gent, Sample fre.
fumnuitMd. Write today. AddretaP.O. BoxSSUH, Boston, Haas.
ucoifc ennn 8end,or packasf
NtnVh HJUU ssss ?r$?y.
A. MoGlU, and i Hubbard Court. Chicago.
TT,FE WANTED Maid or widow, Ape 40. 1
TT aai widower; formerly a farmer, but now
retired. Have but little luuoine. Good healtb,
pood standing at home und in society. Childrns
married. Weiuli 1411, teuiperate, use no tobacco
Not aatisfled single: wnnt a companion that hai
home and plenty, and room in that home for ttu
husband she loves that we may enjoy all that be
longs to man and wife.
JAKE SIMPSON, Central City. Neb.
AND HAY FEVER REMEDY-
Sold under positive guaranty. Samples
free. : : : : : : : : : : : : :
. L. SMITIINIGIIT,
BY THE SEA.
Protected by Beau
tiful Islands, (lame, Oysters and Fish In abun
dance. Lemons, Oranges. Pineapples, and all
sub-tropical Fruits and Flowers are (frown to
perfection. Climate delightful, summer and
winter. Lana fertile, niga ana ary. a book id
fl ODnA comparatively unknown.that
I I wflllVM offers to settlers and tfo winter
visitors advantages not found elsewhere. Seekers
after health, pleasure or profit should read our
booklet, sent free, by THE LEMON BAY
LAN U CO., Grove City, Fla.
BRAY HAIR 0R whiskers""
unni iinm, Batnrai soio, by
TAN'S MEXICAN HAIB KESTOKATIVkf,
It removes all dandruff; stops hair from falling
ut and cures all diseases of the scalp. It Is ao
Dye, and la warranted absolutely n armies
Money refunded it It does not do everything
claimed for it. Sent to any address on receipt of
price. 91.00 per bottle. Fnll information free
Agents wanted. ALLEN as CO., US Inter Ocean
Building, Chicago, 111.
I have a choice lot of White Holland
Turkeys, Barred Plymouth Bocks and
t ekln Ducks. Also some choice Larirc -English
Berkshire Figs. Write me for
prices on anything you want in my line,
and I will guarantee satisfaction. Send
stamp tor circular.
W. T. WHITE. Cutler. Illinois.
m see n m ec tt to nun ! Ml
World s Fair Highest Awards
Ion our INCUBATOR and
nnnnni-R rnmhinei. .
K Old Reliable" hSilS
; If fou are (rOercfuJ tn Poultry, It wUl
; tvtT ym M emd 4 cent ta itatnne tor mu
173 pte caUl-Mnie, sjWtrH; valuable points
: on Poultry Oiiitare. A'ltlrm
1 Reli aJncub alto r Jjjj rO O u i n cy , 111.
Automatic Stock Fountain
to 150 pigs
No springs to
rust. No float
to stick In the
mud and let out tank of water. Has tt j right
tiled drinking cup, not a large, double drinking
cup to hold a lot of hot, flltby water before fresh
supply comes down. Valve seat is In body of
water and acts aa a lock-nut. t an be set to water
two pens at once, and can be attached to a tank
sr barrel In ten minutes. Works successfully in
ffluter. Retail price .1.00. We pay express.
Fountains sent to any address on trial. Trice
to be remitted by eipresa agent If satisfactory.
It costs nothing to try; seud for one. Agents
a-anted In every locality. Order through imple
ment dealer or
Stock Eountaia Co.,
Lake City, Iowa.
Get up a club for Tdk Wealth Makers.
Only 30c. from now until November 1st.
tiw aniir 1
iT Mill W
LrQCK 6LANP PLOWCOevRocKloLAHpTlLl
King of Bicycles.
m FINEST MATERIAL.
LIGHT, STRONG, 2rXsDS "
SPEEDY, HANDSOHE. iyCpfiSV Ai
- Four ISodels $85 and S10Q.
EVERY MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED. SEND 2-CENT STAMP FOR CATALOGUE.
Monarch Cycle Co.
Factory and Main Office; Lake and Halsted Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
BRANCHES: New York, San Francisco, Salt Lake City. Denver. Memphis, Detroit, Toronto.
T. G. NORTHWALL, Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Are You Ready
For the Harvest ?
There's only one way to get ready so that you can be sure (hat you are read
and we are ready to get you ready with the World-Beating,
BEST IN THE . . .
Most Durably Built,
Lightest In Draft,
Greatest in Capacity,
Simplest in Construction.
All Competition Staid Away from
the McCormick iu the
World's Fair Tests
We might to-day be selling a line of so-called "cheap" machines al
a price hich would still be high, but prefer to sell the MgK-valut McCormicl
at a pride which experience will most assuredly prove is low. Glad to show
dut friends these machines at any time. Come in and see them.
FavmsN will pleaM eII oa
B. BFNFORD, Lincoln.
LEI8VELD & TKOMPEN, HlckmsVas,
J. P. PRATT, Bennett,
MEYER & SEVERIN, Hallam,
WELLER POLK & CO., Raymond,
G. W. PETERSON, Eagle,
Any of whom will be only too glad to show you the merits of the machines whethw
you intend to purchase or not.
YOUR WOO Lis not our WOOL. But your INTEREST is our INTEREST when you
ship us your wool, and when any firm makes their shippers interest their Interest they will succeed
as we have done in the wool business. Our Success has electrined the wool houses in this
market. Our PROMPT SALES AND OUjCK RETURNS have astonished and pleased
our shippers. We have fully demonstrated that It is not necessary to wait three to six months
before making returns for wool. We frequeutly make returns in that many days. Don't dispose
of your wool until you write for our Wool Report and see our prices and the testimonials of our
Shippers. Let us hear from you. REFERENCE! Metropolitan national Bank, Chicago, and thii paptr.
SUMMERS, MORRISON & CO. fAHATAR SI!E5T'
" COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CHICAGOILL.
Elkhorn Valley Herd
of Poland-China Swine.
I have all the leading
strains including Free
Trades, Wilkes and
Hlauk U. S. families.
The beat lot of pinrs I
ever rahed sired by
Paddys Chip 16:tS9. Fs
Col. U. S. 10605. My
sows are mos'ly Free
Trade and Wilkes
L. H. SUTER,
H. E. KEELOR.
Chester-White & Poland-China Swine
Herd eompoasct of a choice se
lection 01 premium aniiunrs. jy
n all nnrta nt I f 1
OVUVS UIU V ma pi" w. -mm
8. Writs wants. Clarsncs, Mo. btojivB
Headache &t Get Dr. Mllea Fain PUla
Broke the Record
No Cultivator ever bad aucb a remark
able run tbe first eeaaon. Sales nearly '
20,000 in 1894
end this year win be greatly Increased.
The O. H. D. is (imply the best Walking Cultivater
ever mtfe and a net hat a imitators. It sells at
sight For sals by on dealer in town. See It fee
fore rod buy. Write at k iUBsirtted circular.
Deere & Co.M2
iif salt' -4x4
Positively (iuaranfeed 1o give
'atofaclionyo fair Trail Allowed jgj
wbikf ii iaid by tbose
wbo bavc Vied tfjenM
lOl AMI V RV VtrnC
FURNAS : CODNIY : HERD
Big Berkshires & Poland
China Pigs for Sale.
At farmers' prices. The prodnoe of 20 top sows,
mated to 4 flratcluss boars. The popular strains.
Buy now and save extra charges. Am breeding;
some sows for early fall litters that I will shIJ
right. All guaranteed as represented. Satisfac
tion given. Mention "Wealth Makers."
Beaver City, Neb.
JL. J. Adams,
Black Langshan Chickens.
The greatest general purpose chicken of the age,
My flock scores from 0H to ta,
EGGS FOB SALE..
BIKIBBTM, Chester Wills,
Jmtj ued ud P.lud Cblaa
IPIOS. Jv, Oo.rnwy ud
Bouuta (nl. Tborooglibred
aad Hom-j Dos.. CstaiosM.
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