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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1895)
August 22, 1895
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
...8 : ; '
Conducted by J. T. M. Swio.BT. Correspon
dime solicited. Fire, cyclone or bait
IS' t '3
I Visitors in Lincoln
We bare had but two louses eo far this
year in our bail company, both of which
will be adjusted by the time this is read-
There are many who wish they had in
sured with us since they have had a loss,
one man wanted one of our assistant
secretaries to take bis application and
date it back two or three days. This
same man had a chance just as all other
farmers bad to insure at a cost of 10
cents per acre, but as he had aever had
any bail in his neighborhood he did not
feel called upon to throw away 10 cents
per acre; but as soon as a loss occurs all
are ready to admit that it would hare
been wise to bare bad some insurance.
So far this year our company has had
but one small loss ($10.00.) We now
have a little orer 1800.000 insured, and
hope every agent will make an effort to I
increase it to fi.ynu.uuu Dy January i.
Ia the fire department it seems to work
rery slowly. We have not yet received
the required $100,000 in applications.
We do not want any money with the
applications, hence there is no risk to
run unless you get your policy and be
fore we send you your policy we will give
you notice to pay your fee and if at that
time you do not want your policy issued
you need not pay for it. Tberejore, you
see there is nothing for you to lose ex
cept a postage stamp.
As the convention is here in Lincoln on
the 28 th, inst., I hope to meet many who
are interested in mutual insurance.
I would like to meet and get acquaint
ed with every secretary of local fire insur
ance in the state.
T- P. RamI Madden, diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, 1041 0
street, over H. I. ticKei onice.
Should not fail to visit the
5 great Clothing House of
BROWNING, KING & CO. I
2 They are now exhibiting their
New Fall Stock of Men's Clothing,
Hats, and Furnishings.
at prices most moderate.
Browning, King & Co.,
HAVE Y00 FIVE
OR MORE COWS?
Kansas Citt, Mo., A tig. 21 .Wheat hers to
day was 1 to i cents lower. Offerings were not
large, bat borers instated on a decline corre
sponding to the break in Chicago prices.
Wheat No. 2 hard 83c; No i spring 2o; No. I,
80c; No. 8 spring, We; No. 4, hard, S0e ; No. 8 red,
8o; No. 3, 63o ; No. 4, 56oi rejected die j no grade,
Corn-No. 3 mixed, MV4ot No. 8, 32Ve; No.
4, I6Cj30o; no grade 2A28o; No. . white, llrtoi
No. 8, 84o.
Oats-No. 1 mixed, tOcj No. 8, 19o; No. 4, 16
61701 rejected, 1315o; no grade, UUo No.
white, 23c; No. 8, 22HO,
By-No.2,8oj No.8,41o; No. 4, 890 1
no grade, 1 oar 38Ko.
Flaxseed Angast 97o ; September S5o.
E ggs Candled stock, lOo per dox.
Poultry Hens,68Ho; springs, IWe ; roosters,
15c. Turkey gobblers. Be; hens, 7o. Ducks, ittoi
springs, scarce, 8i4o. (Jeese.not wanted, 8S4o
springs, 7c Pigeons, 75o to 1 per doa.
Butter Extra fancy separator 17o; fair,
HVt&UHo; dairy, fancy, firm, 14c; fair.
12o ; store packed, fresh, 9Jllo; off
Potatoes 1820o per bushel in ear lots ; fanoy
large, 25o per bnshel ; 253i)o in a small way;
new sweet potatoes, 60o per bushel in small
Apples 2035o per bushel, according to
quality, 73c.$1.25 per barrel; home grown
stock sells a little higher in a small way ship
ping stock, 20t2to per baohul, H1.20 per
barrel ; crab apples, 40o per bushel, 20c per hall
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago. Aug. 21. The following is th rant
of prices of the (Train and provision market on
the board of trade I
1013 to 1019 O Street
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co,,
1217 0 Street,
(West Bait of Trnnk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order
First-class and guaranteed to fit,
13, 84, 5, $6: and upwards.
$15, 818, $20, and np.
Popular Prices. Goods sold by the yard, and
Ends for Boy's 1'ants, Etc
Few uncalled for Pants and Suits at Tour Own
Price. Bend lor samples auu pnewa, .
O. R. OAKLEY. J. E. THOMPSON.
O. N. HOLCOM, Cutter.
In the District Court of Lancaster
n. wnnnxneket Institution
for Barings, Plaintiff.
fi.it E. Grimes, Richard B.
Grimes. Carlos C. Burr, Mary E.
Burr, bis wife. The Ballon Stats
Banking Co., John Frass. Leen
d a. K. Holmes. Korsnieyer &
Co.. Cudatay Packinn Company,
a corporation, the Lincoln Up
holstering Company, a corpora
tion, isamuei axweu,
jr Ua.-all .nH F.ilwln E. Max-
well, partners doing business as
2. Briscoe, amauHu. 4
Edward E. Maxwell, partners doing business as
8. A. Maxwell Co.. and the Ballon BtaU Bank-
. uU.nt .flrilll. TOII Will
ing company, uuu-im'Mx". -- -
" r .V". m. V. Haw "1 Inn. A II.
take notice mas 00 m - -
plaintiff herein, filed Its petition in the District
Court 01 Lancaster vuyt "Y!"r.P "j
the abOTS named defendants, the object and
prayer of which are 10 loreciose -
Mtate mortgage executed by the defendants.
Flora E. Grimes and Ulchard B. Grimes on the
Stn day of May. A.D.. 18S, to the defendant, tbi
Ballon State Banking Company, upon lots
. . . ... t ihiw. 131 una foul
lots nnmuer um w
(4), in Lincoln Land Company sub-division ol
y " . .... j l. 1 ....1. nMtnriar nui
lots one (l) ano iwo m. m
hundred and four (104) in the city of Lincoln,
" l,.,.aaa t
Lancaster vuuui.;, -...
To secure tne pay mens 01 -r
dated May8, 1889 for the sum of $.,600.00, du
ana payaDiv jmiij , int .
rate of 6V4 per cent per annum, payab e semi
annually accorumn "V " ( Vols 71
notes thereto attached for the sum of $248.7
That there Is now ane ana payaow oyon
. . .kaKAnn I.AI. V4 N V 1 . 1 HIKl
per conn lawiw. , -j ' M M
also ths further sum of $654.43 dollars, as and for
the tax ana assessment paiu vj
said premises to protect its security, and tnt
siia aa Ins t anosansl nn.lii hv fllAlil
tilt on laid premlseB, tinder the conditions In said
. .iL . a. mtA mnnJm frnrn flRtl
01 payment, omu muo.-B" .
In the office of the Keglster of Deeds of Lancastei
County, on May 22. A.D.. 1889. on Book 63 ol
Mortgages, at page ooo. "' -
mnrttcazea and the moneys due thereon was on
Jane 1. 1889. duly assigned by the Ballon BtaU
Banking company to u piamuu -erer
since has been and still is the owner and
holder of the same. . ....
Plaintiff alleges tnat an oi mu u.
claim to hare some Interest in said roprtgag
in i .i m a.i.a .n . ... mMd lntArefll
premium, riwawa , ; , .
decreed to be subsequent and Junior to plaintiff I
. . . A u ,m ha fn.MOnaMl
mortgage, ano u
and said real estate be sold to satisfy the amount
due plaintiff on said note and mortgage, and lot
taxes ana insurant iip.i, m - " -
lor loreciosure auu v ". - - - - - -
os appoinieo w cumt. ; r r: ,
said premises. That defendants be foreclosed pi
th. equity of redemption or other interest in said
mortgagea premises, iuu wr a , "
ment and for such other relief as equity and Jus
tice may require. . . ...
You are nereDy requinm ' v -
on or before Monday the !!Sd day ol September,
1895. , m..T rrn niviuna
WOONSOCKET IHBTlTUTiun run o . .i.v.o,
Experience teaches that
an article is best and
meets all claims made,
when sent oat on its
merits by a company,
they prepaying express
and requesting no money
forwarded until same
proves satisfactory after
trial. This we do with
nnr fountain, if not satis
factory only requesting
it returned to express
The Lake City Au
tomatic Stock Foun
tain waters 50 to 150
pigs daily, performs the
same service for sheep,
calves and poultry.
Horses and Cattle
Dbikk from Tank. Has the right sized drinking cup; can be attacnea to jaua,
barrel or pipe in five minutes, and each time delivers water direct from receptacle.
Valve seat being two inches in body of water (as with no other fountain) cannot
freeze in winter; also acts as locknut, making all solid. ' .
The price of our fountain, if satisfactory, is f 3.00, and will pay for itself each
week In a herd of ten pigs. As it costs nothing to try, send for one and be con
vinced by your owa judgment. Agents and dealers wanted m every locality.
Order through Implement dealer or Stock Fountain Co., Lake City, Iowa.
Wist Libibtt, fa., 3 hiy 53rd. 1898.
Stock Fountain Co.. take City. Ia.t Gentlemen.-We are pleased to say that we , harel In opera
tion on our two hog farms 12 of your fountains, and some of other make, but all tblngs consiaerea,,
ths Lake City Is as far ahead ol them as a Bell Binder is superior to the old Cradle.
We are pleased to note that the majority of stock breeders and farmers are now using tnem to
the exelusloi of all others, as undoubtedly the best. We wish you could convince all to try one,
the great saying of time, labor and food and increase ol fat by giving fresh water. Is wonderful.
We have followed very carefully your directions and used our own Judgment regarding the
watering of stock ths sams as feeding. A great many hog raisers pay too moch attention toieea
ing and not snongb to watering. We And old and young pigs work them In a few hours, maw
erer think of watering our chickens when using the fountlans. Kings in hog s noses do not lncon
rentence them from using ths fountain. The fountains are Matt urn iaPtrro, par excellence.
W. Us Lam bin jk oONt
Proprietors Black fld O. B. Poland China Hogs.
If so a M Baby" Cream Separator will earn its cost for
you every year. Why continue an inferior system
another year at so great a lossf Dairying la now the
only profitable feature of Agriculture. Properly con
ducted It always pays well, and must pay you. You
need a Separator, and you need the BEST, the
" Baby." All styles and capacities. Prices, $75.00
upward. Bend for new 1895 Catalogue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.,
Branch Office i General Offices:
ELGIN, ILL. 74 00RTLANDT ST., NEW YORK.
f have for sale some desirable "mall
fnrniH and unimproved lands situated
nmir Dee Arc. county seat of Prairie Co.,
Arkansas, which 1 will sell on lavoraoie
rorma to trood industrious people. For
further information address,
B. F. BEINE,
HIGHEST QUALITY OP ALL,
September . ,.
High Low Aug. 20 Aug. 19
84 OS 63 64.X
64 H84 6K OT
e;. 65W 66 71H
38 87 n SU
88K WH 87 X 31U
Kih i.tt Si 85
21H 20H H
21U 19 20 20H
a ;8H tfM -as
9 95 9 95 8 91 10 00
10 28 9 90 9 10 10
10 43 10 25 10 25 10 87
IS 6 IS 6 IS 8 174
8 20 8 15 C 15 17
6 17 6 15 6 15 6 17
6 17 17 6 17H 6 OS
6 25 6 02V4 6 IS 8 OS
5 8.1 5 80 5 80 8 82
' aUrtford, Cobb.
nAVB you feasted your i
eyes upon the beauty
and race of the 1895
Columbias? 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
Kansas Citt, Mo., Aug. 21 .Cattle Re
ceipts, 8,081; calves, 894 i shipped yesterday.2,530
oattle, 17S calves. The market opened steady
on native cattle, but closed weak. The market
for Texas cattle was dull and lower.
The following are representative sales :
Dressed set and export steers St.006S.7S
Texas and Indian steers S.75
Texas and Indian cows 2.23
Cows and heifers' ,2.005.75
Stockers and feeders 2.0034.20
Hogs Roceipts, 7,806; shipped yesterday
The market opened strong
er and closed a little weaker on heavy hogs.
The top sale was $4.80 and the bulk of sales
from $4.60 to S4.70.
Dr. P. Keed Madden, diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, 1041 0
street, over . l. ticnet omce. .
England's New Commander-in-Chief.
London, Auf. 21. In the house of
lords the secretary of state for war,
Marquis of Lansdowne, announced
that Field Marshal Viscount Wolseley
would succeed the duke of Cambridge
as commander-in-chief of the forces on
November 1. The proposed changes
in the powers and duties of the office
are still under consideration.
Eight Chinese to Be Deported.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 21. Deputy
Marshal Kane left here last night for
the Pacific coast in charge of eight
Chinese who are to be deported. Five
of them were brought here from Os
wego, where they were caught and
mh4 cMartferdi, A
tbojrtt at any Colum-
hi Armey, or maiUd
far tv t-etni stampt.
L. L. B HAD KB,
ActBt for CohumbU aaa Hartford Bioyolei,
SS Bays tlis Piano
Hu bo aoual ftiv
ledal and DIP
Irani At World's
Fair. Alio Cat-
ranlied Sic el
ft. ft. WTNOBK.
Stl ! Terras, CkkNfs,n
for your (J
Any size you want, SO
toUin.hi(h. Tires 1
to 8 in. wide hubs to
fit any axle. Haves
Coat many times in
a season to have set
of low wheels to fit
four Wairm for hauling
grain, fodder, manure,
ban. fee. No resetting of
tins. Oatl'f tree. Address
aEHPIRB MFG. CO
V . II In 1 7
Send tor a package of the
Famous and Freolous
Hemedv Fre. Or. J.
Am M eOLU, land! Hnbbard Court. Chisago.
Notice Is hersbv Riven, That by vtrtne of an
order ol sale Issued by the Clerk of the District
Court ol the Third Judicial District 01 Nebraska,
within and (or Lancaster counly, in an action
wherein E. J. Hurkett is plaintiff, and John
Strine, et. al, are defendants, I will, at S o'clock
p. m.,;on ths 24th day ol September, A. D. 1W)R,
at the east door of the court house, in the city
ol Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebranka, otter
for sale at public auction the following described
real estate tu-wlt:
Lots numbered eight (8) nln (9) and ten (10)
in block four (4) in Uadlson Square addition to
the City of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska
Ulven under my fcsnd this .1st day of Auguat.
Feed a. Miller.
mh. i. hhT sHvan. That by virtue of an
execution Issued by the clerk of the District Conrt
of the Third Judicial Liisinci oi '. 7 -
j 1 i'nntv in an octiou wherein
Hans P. La 1" plaintiff, and C. O. Boettcher Is
defendant. 1 will, at 2 o'clock p.m.. on the 10th
day ol September, A.D. 1895, at the East door of
xu. ' . u i ..ha Mtr of Lincoln. Lancas-
ter County. Nebraska, offer for sale at public
auction tne louowing uraraiuu
The undivided ons-sevenm vi-i ;
to northeast quarter of section twenty-four ). I
j. m. ... Tim .n,tii rain five (61 east of tne
lU. UBIIIU bvu f . ' ' ) ..... . j " .. . 1 , 1
6th P. M., in Lancaster County. Nebraska, said
n.nni.i to be sold subiect to the life estate of
Giyen under my nauQ tnieoiB uaj ui U6UD
r A&U A. BUiltiaiBi
Notice ia hereby eiven. that by virtue of a
execution issued by tfielllerk of ths District Court
ol the Third Judicial District ol Nebraska, who
in nnii for l.ftiH'HKtr Countv. in an action where
in the Columbia National liank Is Plaintiff, and
Thanriora Knar la defendant 1 will, at 2 o'clock
p.ni , on the 27th day of August A.I). 1895, at the
East door of the Court House, In the City of Lin
coln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, offer for sale
at public auction the following described real
The north half of the southeast quarter or sec
tion thirty-three (S3), township nine (), norti
range six (S), east, in Lancaster county. Ne
Given under my hand this 22d day or July A. u
IS95. r KfcU A. AllL.L.biv,
7t6 . ssnenn.
Notice la herebv given, that bv virtue of an ex
ecutlon lesued by ths Clerk of the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, with
in and for Lancaster Connty, in an action where-
In Western Glass and Paint Company is plaintin.
and Theodore Knar and Mrs. Marab Kaar are de
fendants I will, at 2 o'clock P.m.. on the 27th day
of Auguat A.D, 1895, at the East door of the
Court House, in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster
county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction
the following described real eatnte to-wlt:
The north half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion thirtv-three (38). township nine (9), north.
range elx 18), east in Lancaster county, neoraaaa.
iiven under my band this z-'a any 01 duiy
1895. i llULl A. uiL.Lrcn,
. lunii. a-iven. that bv virtue of an
execution issued by the clerk of the District court
of the Third Judicial uisotici 01 -,..-
1 . 1 ..nuterrnnntT. Nebraska, in an action
herein Levi V. moan is piaiunu.
i.i at al ara datfnrianta 1 W 111. as o ciuta.
pTm..on the 10th day of September A.D. 1895, at
the East door of the Court H ouse. In the City of
Lincoln. Lancaster county, nw...
sale at public auction the following oescriueu
lwww,,D . .... , Tit W Clfw.nna
LoU Two (2) ana i nree b) in "" "
(61) m the City of Lincoln. Lancaster county.
Given under my nana inis ova j
A.D. 1&95. .i.r. . 1.TII17P
r nni a. aiwu"1
Stats or Onto, Citt or Toledo, )
Lccas CorsTt. 1
Fbakk 1. Cheney makes oath that he In the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cuenxt A Co..
doing business In the City of Toledo. Oountv and
State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of onts riUMJKED dullaks tor eacn
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the nse of Hall's Catarrh Cuhk.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
sworn to oeiore me and subscribed in my
presence, tbis sin day 01 December, A.u. 18B,
LAID DOIH AT YOUR DOOR.
Finished in ROSEWOOD. MAHOGANY,
or FANCY WALNUT,
Guaranteed for 5 Years
By ths Oldest and Most Reliable Music House
in Nebraska, For particulars write
A. IIOSPE, Jr., Omaha, Neb.
(Mention this paper.)
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a chat
tel mortgage dated July 30th, 1891. and duly tiled
In the otBce of the county clerk of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, on ths 30th day of July, 1891,
and executed by John Lanham to Cnarles
Chowins to secure the payment of ths sum of
Three Thousand ((3000.00) Dollars, and upoa
which thera la now due the sust of Three Thou
sand (13000.00) Dollars, and said mortgage hav
ing been assigned to Fred A. Miller, snerifi, by
order of the District Court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, and default having been
made In the payment of said sum, and
no suit or other proceedings at law having
been instituted to recover said debt or any
nart thereof, therefore I will at Lanham's
Asylum Brick Yard situated about 8 miles south
west of Lincoln, Lancaster county, peurassa,
on the 80th day of August, 1895. at 10 o'clock
a.m. of said day offer for sale at public auction
the goods and chattels described In said mort
Uns cteam .uglue, una miner, uue friv ma
Chine, Eight Wheelbarrows, Twelve shovels. Two
Picks. Three Houses. Three Small Houses, and
all and singular the brick yard tools of and be
longing to Lanham's Asylum Brick Yard in Lan
caster county, being anu constituting vue ioois.
fixtures and appliances useu uereioiore auu now,
at said yards.
Dated August ctn. ism.
FHED A. MILLER,
t5 Assignee of Mortgage.
A. W. GLESON,
Ball's Catarah Cure Is taken internally and acta
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of ths
system. Bend for testimonials, free.
F. 1. CH ENEY A CO.. Toledo, 0.
gy Sold by Druggists. 70c.
Bee our Campaign offer on first pajre.
The Wealth Makers from now till No
vember 1st lor only 30c Every voter in
Nebraska should read this paper.
Ail drugglsU sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
Notice Is hereby given. That by virtue of an
execution Issued by the clerk of the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, within
and for Lancaster County, in an action wherein
Frank glgonrney ia plaintiff, and William F,
Stutneit and August W, Stutheit are defendants.
I will, at 2 o'clock p. m.. on tbe 10th day of Sep
tember A.D. 1895, at the East door of tbe Court
House, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster County,
Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction the fol
lowing: described real estate to-wlt:
Tbe northeast quarter of section twenty -nln
(29), township eight north range six (6) East in
Lancaster Conntr. Nebraska.
Given under my hand this 6th day of August
Feed A. Miller,
Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters too. at alliruggtets.
: TafV-Dirwc Uiitiv'TiHrt a
tv. . . AT-
I tipojitiveiy (juorantced to give
Mr.totisfoaionf' t fair Trail Allowed
k RQCK!6LAHPTpLQW;COs,RocK I&uhd
tSaWauul Jh-. .
r uh Ls AAid bv ftWSft
l.n Kkuo' 4fAft.fi thAmA
King of Bicycles.
fgflfi XXi WORKMANSHIP.
Vrnir TJodels S85 and $100.
EVERY MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED. SEND 2-CENT STAMP FOR CATALOGUE.
Monarch Cycle Co.
Factory and Main Office; Lake and Halsted Sts., CH1CAOO. ILL,
BRANCHES .New York, San Francisco, Salt Lake City. Denver. Memphis. Detroit, Toronto.
T. G. NORTHWALL, Agent, Omaha, Neb
All right yon need CHEAP power. One eent
Ser Horse Power per boar Is cheap. Weber
asollne Engines run anything. "Btonomy if
Power" la our motto. For Catalogue and teatt
tnonlala address Weber Gas ft Gasoline Engine
Co., 444 S. W. Bird, Kaneal City. Mo.
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of an
order ot sale Issued by the clerk or tne uistnc.
court of the Third Judicial district of Nebraska,
wherein John W. Dorland Is plaintiff, and Llijie
P. Davenport et al are defendants I will, al t
o'clock p.m. on tbe 10th day of September A.D.
1895? at the East door ol the Court House In
a..- rl- n i innn n I .RnrltHLHr L'UUUUi vcuiwa
offer for sale at public auction tbe following de
scribed real estate to-wlt:
. ,.. T-ntv.nn 21l in Cumberland
Heights Addition to the City ol Lincoln, accord-
r . i , n - I ii t.ha
insr to tne recoroeu piv - --
nf the Heirister of Deeds of Lancaster
Given under my nanu w uiu uj "-o
A,D. 1895. -mrn i uti.t er.
S L l-J U A.
Notice Is hereby given, That by virtue of an
....i.tinn iaanml bv the clerk ol tbe District
..... . - . . . .i .. I.
AAn.. nf thA ThlPrt JndlClal IJIBiriCt OI I.HUI anivc.
within and for Lancaster county, in an action
wherein James A. Mingee In plaintiff, and Wi'm
T. . . V. .1 . an1 A II .ill u, W MT 11 T T1 (-1 1. HTf, UlflBUU-
ants, I will at 2 o'clock, p.m.. on the loth day ol
September, A. U. 1S95, at the east door ol the
rniiri- hnnae. In the cltv oi Lincoln, Lancaster
county, Nebraska, offer lor sale at public auction
,V..tnll..-ln HaavlhaH rwft.1 ABtRte. tO-Wlt!
The northeast quarter 01 section iwtjim.-u.u-29l.
township eight (8), range six (6) east. In
Lancaster county, Nebraska. ...
Oiven under my band tnis oin aay oi nn
rim A. Miller.
Nntlm la herebv iriven. that by virtue of an
i,w nf aula iaanad hv the Clerk ot the District
Court or the Third Judicial District of Nebraska
within and for Lancaster County, In an actio,
wherein Everett Finney is plaintiff, and John D.
Knight ia defendant I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., o
th97th dav of Auo-ust. A.D. 1895, at the Eas
door of the Court House, In the City of Lincols
Lancaster county, Nebraska, oner lor saie a'
public auction the following described real estate
to-wlt: ... ,
Lot six (61 in the soutnweat quarwr (s.w. i oi
seciion thirty -six (36). town ten (10 range sir
(6), East, according to tne recoraea pini oi i
section, thirty -six (36), containing ten (10) acre,
more or lei's, in Lancaster county, Nebraska.
U.ven nnder my nana mis ..a oay oi -ui-,
t tlt.ll A. aii.LiL.ba,
Tanks, a tank
that will last
for a, lifetime,
"It not, wk
not?" Write . B. WINGER, the Wind Mill Maa.
Chicago, tor sots, sisea and prices.
Write for Price and
ronr rnnTPO rmrrTVITD Power
mil OUIjLIiOO LULllIrtlUn. Handls.
Works Easy. Lock Lever. Beam Spring saves
hooking up. Special features not In others.
Cheapest and lent.
A. W. BUTT IMPLEMENT CO.,
75 Euclid Ave., Springlleld, Ohio,
Home Grown Seeds.
vntiM ! h.rahv o-ivf.ii. That bv virtus of an
execution Issutd br the clerk of the Diclrict Conrt
of the Third Judicial District of Nebraska, with In
and for Lancaster County, in an action wherein
George O. Kreeborn Is plaintin, ana unou. r .
c..iiji. ori innnr. w stutheit are defendants.
I will, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the 10th day of Sep
tember A.D. 1S95. at the East door ot the Court
House, In the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction the tol-
Inaln. llail.rih.ll Aal MtatA t.O-W 1 tl
The northeast quarter ot section twenty-nlns
(29). township eight (8) north, range six (6) east
in Lancaster County. Nebraska. . ,
Given under my band this 5th day ot August
A.D. 1886. . . .
Tim A. MlLLtR.
w-vTTirn wantf.m Maid or widow, age be-
V tween 35 and . 1 am some older. Been a
'. ; - E-namallr farmer, bnt now
WIOOWOT l.W Jem.. . . j -
a merchant. Have but little property, W ant a
companion wnn a uuido, uu .
the hnsband she loves. 1 wish to retire from
. . i .Ri. .iithkihsinitiM to man and
OUSlUe-H BDU nj..j .... . , . .
Wife. Weight 140; temperate, use no tobacco, and
am well respecteo at nome nu m auuo.j . - .--
do not correspona udibiw j
near reprsnv tne on. "-'j amrk ,D
FORMS CODHTY HERD
Big Berkshires & Poland
China Pigs for Sale.
At farmers' prices. Ths produce of 20 top sows,
mated to 4 first-class boars. The popular strains.
Buv now and save extra charges. Am breeding
some sows for early fall litters that I will seu
right. All guaranteed as represented, satisfac
tion given. Mention "Wealth Makers."
Beaver City, Neb.
II. E. KEELOR.
Chester-White & Poland-China Swine
Herd eompossd of a choice se
lection ot premium animals.
Stock shipped to all parts of U.
B. Write wanna, uarance. ao.
Jl. J. -AadeinciSf
Black Langshan Chickens.
The (Tea test general purpose chicken of the age,
- Uy flock scores from 91) Vi to 94.
EGGS FOB tt? '
I have a choice lot ot White Holland
Tnrkeys, Barred Plymouth Rocks and
Pekln Ducks. Also some choice Large
English Berkshire Pigs. Writs me for
prices on anything you want, in my line,
ad I will guarantee satisfaction. Bsnd
stamp tor circular.
W. T. WHITE. Catler. Illinois.
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aav nnuirn hcrollhawh.
rUUI rUHCn MOKTIHKRS,
We carry tn Stock all the
VERY LOW PRICES!
tjendtoents for large IUus. Catalog.
THE WILKINSON CO.,
83 Randolph St., Chioago.
ATI pain banished by Dr. IKIes' Pain Pllla.
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