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TnE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1893.
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g plete atdjprices the lowest. 2
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To tftie People !
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Wo liuvo decided iIOHC out
$6000 wojifli of
They will go
83 r0 Ladios' phoo, hand
3 00 Ladies' shoo, hand
2 CO Lndicn' shoe,
2 2r Lndies' shoe, for
ff 2 00 Ladies' Bhoo,for .
1 f0 Ladies' shoe, for
1 75 Lndlos' Oxford, ban
1 50 Ladies' . "
1 50 Lndlos' MoKuy sewei
, . 1 00 Men's Plow bIiocb, fii;
rt. U. 1 25 Men's " " 'P,
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Those nro n few of the i
Is a genuine closing out sii
: wo are going out oi uubiucss.
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i. s.vrc liavo a I
te stock of
will so nt a srent Hf
with shoes ut knir prjtof nearly.
I Oomor WiUIaiu. E. ltuirtfl.. of Massa
chusetts, expresses Idmsekfis satislled
with three terms In the cvWtlvo clmlr,
K&4NlMMUtlil:J'WiU ni no a canui-
date for re-election.
The llrltish house of commons lias
voted to closure tho hums rulo bill on Fri
day. Thomas Wllhoit Wadley, proprietor of
"Pine Grove Herd" of shorthorn cattle,
died at his home near New Castle, lud.,
aged 08 years.
Leo Hentley, a young fanner of New
port, Ark., snuing that his wife was about
to dlo, swallowed laudanum aud the two
wero buried together.
Will It. Perry, who was clerk of tho
county court nt Denver, hns gouo to
Europe, and there is a shortage of fully
At tho Black Diamond Steel works in
Pittsburg tho rush was so great for Jobs
thui several men were Injured. Tho an
nouncement that the plant would resume
brought 5,000 men for tho 1,500 places.
Tluiriday, Auk. 24.
Lord Dunraven's cutter Vnlkyrlo, the
challenger for tho America's cup, has
sailed from Southampton for tho United
Clark's thread mills at Newark, N. J.,
which havo been uut down for tho last
thrco weeks, have resumed operations on
Twenty-four hundred bottles of beer
that had been seized from a cellar lu tho
town of Downs wore cracked at Osborne,
In northwesthern Kansas in tlio presence
of 1,000 people -and tho contents PgM'jd
into a ravine. , ,
Hrcntano, tho Anglo-American pub
lisher, has hcuu fined IMW.OOO frnncs dam
ages nnd costs at Paris for selling a nows
paper containing it libel upou tho ex-min
ister to Hoytl from 1 ranee.
Creditors of tho Hercules Iron Works
company have reorganized tlio company
nud will remove the works from Chicago
lo Aurora. The failure of tlio corporation
was caused by the burning of Its cold
storajjH warehouse at tho World's fulr
Vrldiiy, Aug. SS.
Tho Dominion liner Sarnla sailed from
Liverpool for Montreal twenty-six days
ago and has not been heard from since.
Obituary: At Sterliug, 111., Mrs. Jnliez
Warner, ngeil 00. At Mascoutali. 111.,
Guoriro O. Eiseumnyer. aged 7U.
Dr. Edward E. Conroy, asjr.iduatoof a
Chicago medical school, has lieen arrested
ut Now York charged with keeping an
unlicensed baby farm.
All tho eastern witnesses in tlio cno of
Dr. T. Thatcher Graves, charged with tlio
murder of Mrs llnrnnby, have promised
to attend the doctor's second trial at Den
n ? t !
I SUNK AT COST
our ciillrc slock
Boots and Shoes
that wo nro going to givo tho pooplo.
H IlK.II H iV I I II IK.
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children's kcIiooI kIioch, which
In your time to fit your children
Denver business men will send two.car
loads of flour and ilvo of potatoes to the
unemployed of New York city.
Tho London Pelican announces that May
Yohv, tho Chicago actress, and Lord Hope
have been secretly married for some time.
Tho Birmingham, Ala., ctfy council has
voted to issue city currency.
Saturday, All if. 30.
Tho National Association of Firo En
gineers has concluded its session at Mil
waukco after selecting Montreal as the
place for the next meeting.
Ground has been broken for the midwin
ter exposition at San Frnuclico.
Professor Louis Aunssiz, President An
gell, of tho Boston Hutuano society, says
was a firm believer in the immortality of
Obituary At St. Louis, Dr. J. B. Glan
clcs, tho most prominent American Pro
tective association worker in the west; at
Eau Claire, Wis,, Hev. J. Boehnr.ntLa
Crosso, Wis., Sistors Aquelluo and Scho
lastra, of tho St. Iloso convent.
Reports from Paris say that James Gor
don Bennett, of the New York Herald, has
not recovered from his recent accident,
and that another operation will bo neces
sary. Scnntor Squire has introduced a bill au
thorizing tho extension to Alaska of tho
provisions of tho law appropriating money
for the maintenance of agricultural ex
Tin re was nnothor anti-French riot at
Naples. Three members of the mob wero
killed und teu wounded by tho polico be
fore they wero disponed.
Monday, Ati(r SB.
Toronto took a vote on having tho street
railways operated Sundays, and the ma
jority of "Sundnyarlaus" was 1,000. But
one newspaper advocated an "open Sun
Every Dose Effective
CYCLONE IN THE SOUTH
A TEnniHC'STOnM VISITS THE
Tho City DntnoKCil to tlio Kxtvnt of llun
ilrrdu uf Yliiiiiftfiiula uf Dollars Staity
Llc I.unlnml .Sliliiplni; Driven AtHuro
Homo Name of Vict linn.
SAVASXAH.Gn., AiiR.au-Tlito city nnd
tlclultvhniheon swept hyn hurricane that
hns stirpiiBsetl tho gro nt one of li-Hl, nnd
almost on its nnnivcnuiry. Tho wind blow
with terrific forco fronji rnrly in tho nftcr
noon until midnight, ntwlilcli timu nil tho
wharves along tlio river front nnd tho
Ocean Steamship company nnd Savannah,
Florida nnd WYstetn railway whnrvei
wero under water and tbotldu was still
rising rapplly. A view of tho city at day
light repealed a ttccnoof wreck nnd ruin.
Tho streets wero impabsablo from the de
bris, fallen trees, twisted roofi, masses of
brick, f'.'iiccH and broken limbs nnd
brnuches of trees wore piled across tho
sidewalks nnd in tho sqiinrc, nnd broken
wires swinging in every direction.
Lukc May Itonch Million-,.
It is Impossible nt this hour to estimate
the ddmngo ns tho result of tho storm, but
it was very general nnd it is snfo to say
that it will go up in tho hundred thou
sands, and perhaps millions. Nearly every
property ownor In tho city hns been dam
aged tosomccxtcntnndsomo to thenmount
of thousands. Tho list of fatalities is
gradually glowing and It Is Impossible to
tell to what extent it will go. Several
bodies of drowned peoplu wero pickod up
during tho morning and searches are now
being inndo for others which nro missing
Every hour seems to bring some new story
of n death ns n result of tlio storm. At this
writing tho known fatalities number thir
teen. List of tlio Known I)ob1.
Following Is the death roll, so far ns
knownt A. C. Ulmcr, assistant cash
ier of tho Central Hall road hank on Hutch
inson's island; Tony Holmes, colored,
crushed in a house on Hutchinson's isl
and; four unknown negroes, drowned on
tho lirampton plantation, four miles from
tho city; Lewis (Jngguet, colored, ran into
llvo trolley wlro nnd was killed! Tatler
Squire, a 0-year-old colored boy, drowned
on Hutchluson's island; John Williams,
Mary Ilutlcr, nnd Small Green, drowned
on a rlco plantation south of the city; two
unknown sailors, drowned nt Tybee island.
It Is nlso reported that eight of the crew
of a terrapin sloop wero drowned.
Many Ntlll Itoportod Mlsslntf.
There aro forty or fifty othor persons
who nro reported missing, and It is su
posed, ns nothing hns been heard from
them, thnt their bodies will bo found later.
Twelve barks and barkentiucs which were
anchored nt quarantine station we
blown upon the marsh nnd some of the,
were cnrrled by tho storm ucross
marshes on to an inland two miles
distant from tho station. One of
tho vessels at Tybco was completely cap
sized and three of tho club houses on the
island were blown entirely down, others
were Hooded and tho people Bought shelter
wherovcr they could. Tho wires are all
down and Savannah is almost entirely
hut off from telegraphic communication.
ANOTHER EMEUTE AT CHICOGO.
An Unorganised Mob of Unemployed Dis
persed by I'ollce.
CuiCAoo, Aug. to. Four thousand un
employed men who had gathered at the
lako front to discuss Mayor Harrison's
order to stop parades surged out into State
street. Thoy wero a disorganized mob
and mado no attempt to parade. But their
numbers impeded trafllo In tho already
crowded street: cablo trains and carriages
wero stopped, as tho men were packed too
closely together for any vehlclo to force its
The mob cheered as It advanced and
brought out hundreds of spectators until
tho streets wero packed with people. A
hundred men stopped in front of Siogel,
Cooper & Co.'s store clamoring that they
wanted bread. For a moment it looked ns
it they wore going to dash into tho store.
Thoy needed only a lender. While thoy
hesitated tho police wero upou them. Po
licemen in plain clothing and uniformed
officers rushed into the crowd. They
grabbed tho men by the collars and admin
istered a series of vigorous kicks. The
demonstration ended in inglorious defeat,
the mob scattering beforo tlio chargo of
tho police and disappearing down the side
Conflagration st South Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 25. A flro which in the
extent of tho territory it covered almost
rivals, comparatively, Chicago's bistorlo
conflagration, has swept that part of the
city known as South Chicago. The 50,000
people comprising the inhabitants of tho
town wero precipitated into a panic second
only to that which characterized the con
flagration of 1871. Tho loss is estimated
at (500,000 200 houses were destroyed, and
people were rendered homeless. The
fire siartod near a three -story
brick building at tho corner of
Nine-first street nnd Superior avenue and
within two hours had consumed nt least
200 buildings nnd five blocks of the
grcntest industrial suburb of Chicago.
Among tho first buildings to fall wero the
First Methodist church ut the corner of
Ninety-first nud Superior avenue and the
German Lutheran church ou the opposite
'Windfall for Chnuucey Depuw.
NEW Yoiik, Aug. 25. Chauucey M. Do
pew received a letter from Paul Hart
chez, u rich Cuban planter, in which thu
foreigner says that ho is suffering from
an Incurable ailment and that in his will
he leaves to Mr. Depew one-half of his
estate, valued at t'.'.Oi 0,000. This is In
return for 500 which Mr. Depew loaned
him eighteen years ago with which to de
velop uu invention for crushing caus
llaptlit Editor Drops Dead.
St. Louis, Aug. 25.-Dr. William II.
Williams, editor of The Central Baptist
of this city, dropped dead on tho depot
platform while waiting for a train at Al
exandria. Dr. Williams had been attend
ing the Baptist couveution at Kahokah
and picached u sermon befoto tho asso
ciation. 11 Is supposed his death was
lauucd by heart disease.
Dike I'lrru rails at Milwaukee.
MlLWAUKKK, Aug. ti. Upon tho appli
cation of William H. Momsen' and John
M. Mortimer Judge Johnson has appoint
ed u receiver for the Sercombe-Bolt Manu
facturing r.ompauy, Thu defunct com
pany was u manufacturer of bicycles.
Walter Sanger has heea riding a wheel
wade by this company.
FORTY SEVEN SAILORS GO DOWN.
Three VTVcclin of VLliInf Schnotiers Its
pnrtod on tho Atlantic.
NEW York, Aug. 25. Tlio fishing
schooners Kuiplro Stnte, with n crow of
ten men, nud Kiln M. Johnson, with a
crow of eight men, went down off Manas
qunn on tlio Jersey const nnd nil on hoard
wero lost. Thcso two vcssols wero lu
company with tho Chocorua at midnight
when the storm (.truck thorn, and after
beating nround all night in somo of the
worst weather known oft tho coast, nnd
with the lois of thu captain nud her first
mate, tho Chccoruu hns tied up, the only
survivor of thu three. Tho ciow of the
Chocorua say that no small boat could
possibly llvo in tho sea thnt was running
nt tho tlmo and the dories on board could
havo been of no posslblo use to tho ciow
of the two vessels.
The steamer Kggleston Abbey, from
Cardiff", reports a rough passage On Aug.
W, atop, in,, Captain llarnott observed
somo wrccknge, and bearing down towards
it saw a man clinging to n partot a broken
uont anu nn empty barrel. A boat was
quickly lowered and tho man was rescued
in an exhausted condition. Ho proved to
Iw George II. Upton, one of thu crew of tho
fishing schooner Mary Lizzie, of Portland,
Mo., which foundered at 0 a. in. ou Aug.
21, ho having been In tho water thirty-three
hours. Tho rest of thu crew, six lu num
ber, ono ot) whom was his brother, had
Telegrams from New Haven say that 300
beautiful nnd stately elm trees wero lov
clcd by the storm there, nnd thnt there
was much other damago nt sen and ashnro,
but no life lost. From Milford nnd New
Bedford, Mass.; Providence, H, I,; Port
land, Me., and many other places inshoro
and on the coast reports como of heavy
damage to all kinds of property. Happily
tlieru was little loss of llfo and fow per
WORLD'S FAIR MATTERS.
Last Week's Vald Aduiliituna Aggregate
Over a Million.
Chicago, Aug. 28. Including Sunday,
Aug. 20,tho paid admissions to tho World's
fair last week footed up 1,007,100. Yester
day thero wero about 1,000 fewer attended
than on tho 20th. Saturday's attendnnco
was somewhat disappointing, it being the
only day when there was not uu increase
over tho Corresponding day of tho previous
week. Tho exhibitors lu Mnchlnery hall
wero highly pleased at tho throng that
Eremeated tfiu great building all day
aturdny. Chauucey M. Dcpow sent a
message, which was printed ou papor that
twenty minutes beforo had been pulp.
Thero Is n scandal in awards matters at
tho fair, and involved therein nro no less
porsonsges than the national commis
sioners from Oklaoma and Wyoming
Beeson and Mercer. Mrs. 1. E. Harmon
approached tho superintendent of the Rus
sian wine nnd liquor exhibit and offered to
secure a gold medal for (15,000, reducing
thatamouuttotlO.OOO later. She brought to
tho Bupcrindent as men who would vouch
for her the two national commissioners
named, who went under tho names of
"Brlco" nud "Oregon." Tho woman has
beeu arcstcd, and Mercer and Besson aro
not making statements,
Tho Cliicngo men won the football
match from tho West Pointers 14 to 0.
Paid attendance Saturday was 104,238.
Missouri celebrates next Wednesday.
The cadets took their departure for West
Singlo tax and labor will be tho subjects
discussed at tho Art institute this weok.
Henry George will bo present.
Meeting of the Associated DallUf.
Chicago, Aug. 20. Agatherlug of much
Interest to the press everywhere will take
placo in this city Sept. 12, 13 and 14. On
those dates tho Association of American
Associated Dailies will meet at the Mecca
hotel, corner of Stato and Thirty-fourth
streets, and discuss matters of interest to
tho newspaper fraternity. Special rates
have been obtained at tho Mecca. The ob
ject of tho association is the improvement
of the business interests of newspapers.
Sept. IS, after the preliminary business a
paper will bo read by General J. O. Amos,
of The News, Sydney, O. Sept. 13, F. H.
Gllson, of The Palladum, Bonton Ilarlwr,
Mich., will discuss "Tho Position
Nuisance," and the paper for the 14th will
be by Charles Culmore, of Tho Press, Hous
ton, Tex. Each paper will be generally dis
cussed. Tortured and nobbed.
PuLABKiAug. SS. News reached hero
of a bold robbery west of here. J. N.
Bolles, a farmer, drew 11,000 from thebank
hero a few day ago and hid it under the
edso of a carpet. At midnight two
masked men gained entrance into his
house, covered Bolles nnd his wlfo with
pistols and demanded their money. Bolles
refuseu to ten wnere u was. inen me
robbors bound and gagged Bolles and his
wife and with a pair pincers began to pull
his toenails out. Aftor suffering tho most
horrible agony Bolles disclosed tho hiding
place. Tho robbers secured tho money and
Close of a Jacksonville Dank.
Jacksonville, 111., Aug. 28. Tho Cen
tral Illinois Banking and Savings aseocla
tlon has closed its doors. The assets are
stated at tUW.000 and the liabilities at
1320.000. The president, Dr. L. W. Brown,
has deeded to tho receiver 1,000 acres of
laud valued at (80 per acre at a low ostl
mate. Thobaukisnot incorporated, but
is the property of private individuals and
will bo abundantly able to pay depositors
Farmers' Alliance Adjourns.
Mount Grktka, .Pa., Aug. 20. The na
tional encampment of tho Farmers' Alli
ance has come to a successful termination.
About 10,000 peoplo were present tho last
day of tho encampment, while tho total
attendance for the week will reach nearly
THE DEATH RECORD.
Dr. Geoikik W. Bknbon, widely known
physician of Now York.
Duko Eics'ST, of Coburg and Goths, at
Sister Many Cathehikk, oldest mem
ber of thu Uomiulcan Order of Nuns, at
Ii. J. MusitOK, prominent physician of
Green Bay, Wis.
Colonel E. A. McNaui, prominent pio
neer of Dulutli.
Captain James ATAits of Chicago, at
Devil's Iike, Wis.
William A. Stiiono, ox-mayor of Jollet,
Ills., at St, Clair, Mich.
"Cum" Duvcknkv, youngest enlisted
soldier from .Michigan during tho ro bo
ion, at Grand Haven.
Hcsskll D. Hills, ono of Omaha's early
settlers, aged 75 years.
George H. Wkbkr, oldest newspaper
publisher lu UlluoU, at Pawnee,
F. VL HEED,
City Livery, Feed
AND OTHER DISORDERS OFTHC NIDNEVS
CAN BE PERMANENTLY CURED BY USING
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
It is a safe and unfailing remedy for all
Kidney Troubles Liver Disorders
and Female Irregularities.
Prlco Ono Dollar Per Dottle.
Tho Dr. J. II. Mclean Medicine Co.,
BT. LOUIS, MO.,
City Cub I.lnc.
I). K. Hurt proprietor, Hun to nil trains
und to nil pnrtB of city. Terms very
Biicklcn's Arnica Halve.
Tho bent enlve in tho world for outo,
bruises, sores, Ulcora, Salt rheum, fovor
Bores, tetter, chapped hnndn, chilblains,
corns, nnd all skin eruptions, nnd post
lively euros piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction
or monov refunded, l'rico 2fi cents per
box. Forsnlo byCottlug' tl
First CIiinn lSoardliifi
Mr. S. JJaylcs wishes to nnnouncoto
tho public that ho is prepared to take
boarders at $3.50 per week, sleeping
inoludcd. Apply at 4th Avcnuo
Some of tlio best farms in Webster
County at a bargain. Sco II. K. Pond.
MoNitt will o.xchiiugo flour nnd feed
nt cash priceH, for com, outs or potatoes
ut mtirkot priceH.
Tayi.ou keeps the largest and best
solcctcd stock ot wall paper ever
brought to lied Cloud.
All fancy rockers 15 per cent discount
of 30 dnye. l V. Taii.ou.
List your farms or city propoity
for salo or rent with II. K. Pond.
See W. W. Wright's for tho flnost gnso
lino Btovea in the city of lied Cloud.
Hall! Hall! Hall!
Funncrs should cull on II. E. Pond of
Rod Cloud nnd havo their crops protect
cd by Hull Insurance Don't wnit until
your crop is destroyed.
Coal, Flour and Teed.
Don't you forcct that L. P. Al-
J3 uht sells more coal, flour or feed for
$1 tliau any ono. Sco him.
Agency Fire, Lightning and Tor
Written in tho Dcst und oldest com
panies, ut lowest rutefl. Call und bco mo
Ofllco ovor post offlco, Rod Cloud, Nob
A Alow Joke
On tho liver. Whon it is out ot order
nnd you feel bluo, try u few doses of
Beggn' Little Giant Pills. Your liver will
appreciate tho Joke. Bo will you. for
boIo by Deyo & Orico.
Pump nnd Windmill.
I have a fino lino of pumps and
windmill, and if you want any of
them you should sco mo for prices
James Pkteiibon, llod Cloud,
A. U. C.
Asthma, Bronchitis nnd Consumption
result from n negloctod cough or cold.
Don't neglect but cure promptly with a
fow dosoo of Beggs' Uherry Cough Byrnp
Sold by Deyo & U rice.
Of Course Its a Itiirgaln.
I nnid 81.700.00 cash foi tho Shiroy
Sroporty und now offer tho sumo for 81,
00.00. 1,700.00 cash , and 801.00 (mar
gin) on or boforol" months, nt 7 per cent
This pioperty would be cheap nt 82.500.
iu good times. John M. Ciuitin.
To mnny ladies is how to hoop thoir
hair in ourl on rainy dnyn. Tho solution
in ohhj. AbIc Deyo it Orico for Nonpar
eil Hair curler nud thu puz.lo will bo
When BAby was sick, we coto her Castorte.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Costorla.
When sho became Miss, sho clung to Costorla.
When kho had Children, she gave them Ctorla,
Children Giy for
Children Cry fof
Children Cry for
aud Sale Stable
SPOQHER PAT. C01UR1
Adjusts Itsolf to any
ITns two Rows of
Will hold Hamoo
In placo bottor than
any othor Collar.
Havo n Few More of Tlioio
Also a large line or harness, Ac.
Call and see mo If you want
J. Ii. MILLER,
Tlio Veteran Harness Man.
7 ' -
E. A Sittipsoti,
Blag HHi Neb.
Notice to Tcacncri.
Notico is hereby given that I will
exumino all persons who may desiro
to offer themselves us candidates for
teachers oftho publio schools of this
couuty, at Red . Cloud on tho third
Saturday of caoli month.
Special examinations will bo hold,
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade certificates is tlio same no
grado below 70 per cent,, average 80
per cent; for first grado ccrtifionto
no grado bolow 80 por cent., avorago
00 per cent, in all branches requirod
D. m. uuNTia, County supt.
Onirics H. l!oc, Knrbh llotipe. f W. Till
levs. Trusted, and lluriiliam 'I alleys & Co,. lo-
(eiiilnnts, will take notlcu Hint on tlio lih day
( AtiKjist, IH'JJ. James N. Ilrown. Trustee,
liilntlTr herein, Men Ills petition lu tlio district
court ot Webstsr county, Nebraska, acalnst
tho uhovu iiaiiicxl defendants, tlio ot'ject and
player of wlilrli is to forccloso a certain inort
guK executed by Lewis 1. Hummel and Hello
Tliiiiiinel. his wife. In the said L. W.TulIejs,
'1 rustee, upon the south-east ipjsrtor of section
tueuty-fiiur OU In township ono (1) nonb, in
ninto twelve (12) north ot tho sixth p. in. In
Webster count)', Nebrusks, to secure tne pay
ment of n certain promissory note dated June
1st, 1KJ7, lor tho sum of Jl 100, nnd Interest cou
pons thereto attached, duo and payable In five
cars from date thereof .
That Mid tiotu and coupons nnd mortgage nro
now past due.
That said land has been conveyed to the. do
fciidant diaries II. Hoppe, who assumed and
agreed to pav said morlgaKo. l'lalnillf prays
foradecieiiof ;torclosuro and. that said prein
lies may b'j sold to satisfy the amount due.
You are iciulrcd to answer said petition on
or belore Monday the 2d day of October. 1893.
UattdAUKUSt.17.l8J3. . . ..
.Iamph N, iiuowK, trustee, plalntllt.
By A.I). McCandi.ei3.IiIs attorney.
For Information and froo Handbook wrlto to
MUNN & CU.. Ml UluiADtVAT, NSW YOIIK.
Oldc.t bureau for aocurlrw patouta in America.
Kt try patent, lateen outbr la brought beforo
Uio pubUo by a uotico glTon iree of ciiugo In Uie
Largest circulation of any aclontlflo paper In tha
world. Splendidly llluafratud. Nil IntnlUaenl
man ahould bo without IU Weeklr. S.'i.otl a
t;ou.i luwuuB. AuunH juunn a iaj
suciw, 301 Uroidwajr, Mew York car.
AuarcM juiinn n uu.
A Fine Farm For Male. A Great
If you want to buy u ilno homo you
should not full to sou this farm. It will
go for 85000 if sold poon. Half cash and
half on timu. or will trudo for valuablo
property. Tho houno iB lOx-1 2 storios
with L llx'.'O with porches on each side
Good water, lino outhouso. Big barn
'21x10 -' stories; cob und coul liouso 14x10;
grunnry l'-xll: com crib 8x32; windmill
(now), boliool iioubo wiiiun -iu rous. to
milus from county seat, two truding
towns within 8 milea. If sold soon will
sell ovorylhinB on tho furm including 1L
cuttlo, 11 horses and mules, 17 hogs,
farm machinery, buggies, olc. IGOucree
woll fenced with galvanized wire. Ap
ply at onco to tho Red Ci-oud Ciiiiv,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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