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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1895.
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Palpitation of the Heart
Shortness of Breath, Swelling
of Legs and Feet.
"For nbout four years I was troub
led nllli palpitation of t ho heart,
shortness of breath and swelling of
tho legs anil feet. At times 1 w oitld
faint. I was treated by the bebt phy
sicians In .Savannah, Ga., with no re
lief. 1 then tried various Springs
without benullt. Finally, I tried
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also his Nerve and Liver nils. After
beginning to take than 1 ft.lt better I 1
continued taking them and I am now
la better health than for many years.
Since my rceoery 1 havo gained llfty
pounds fn weight. I hopo this state
ment may bo of valuu to somo poor
E. It. SUTTON, Ways Station, Ga.
Dr. Miles Heart enrols foI1 on a tKltlvo
5iiarinti' tli.it tlio llrst holtlo will ihjiiuiIL.
,lllrunj:lstnnollltiitti. 0 bottIit forM.or
It will lint-cut. tiri'imld, on rixflpt of prlco
tj tho Dr. Miles MuUlcul Co , Elkuurt, lud.
nKADACIIEcarcdlnlOmlntitPS tiy nr.MII.'
Pain 1'n.LB. "Uno cent a flour." At drussUU.
OLDEST and ORIGINAL
10 WCST NINTH STREET,
KANSAS CITY, AUSSOURI.
authorized by th
od to bo the lead
ins and most euo
In BLOOD. WERV.
OUS and URINARY
With Its Many Gloomy Symptom Cured.
Perfectly and Permanently Restored.
Cured for Lit Without Mercury.
Quickly tieltcvtd and Thoroughly Cured.
ww T Is Dr. II. J. Whlttlcr invar-
""' lft,Jly successful? Hecnuso ho
T T mJt makes no promises tunt he
BBBnHHNaBB ciuinot fulllll. Avolil clieno
euro-nils nml unsUllwl physicians, nnd consult
Dr. Wlilttier in person or by letter (ulvliiK
symptoms) nml receive thu cniullil optnloa of n
physician of Ihiir cipcrlcmt', umiuvstloncil
kill mid nteilliiK Integrity.
MK.lCIM:s fiom our own liberator; fur
nished nt smill cost uml bhlppid anywhere
secure frori observiitloii.
TKi:.VlMi:M' nrvrr pent C.O.D.
mCU URINARY ANALYSIS.
Offlce hours 0 to I and 7 to 8. Sutnliy 10 to 12.
aO ;! -v JT( Health nml lUnrrgrnrle
UlUlUvw I fnrU i Ur-Mump to prepay.
Call or nJilrcss In strict conflilcnco
DR. H. J. WMTTIER,
10 West Ninth Street. Kansas City, Mtv
ChKbr.tir' rncll.li Ulamsml Ilraul.
-TTv Orlglnitl nml tinlj (lmiln
ITufilH for fhl httr$ I m 'i i
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ltira M with t lu rtH jii 'I like
nuolhtr. IthtttiiAt sthltttiu
twn h I (mti u in AMTutzW ortvnJc
In UDil fir laitteu tr 1U UodUU an)
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Salil 4 Km, rMlallataHai aa Aat JtwtnuDlfttlfc
Hold outrluht, no rent, no rornltr. AdaateJ
toUlty, Mllni:i or Count rr. Neaklixl In nry
ham, abou.atora mii otBca QroaiMlcoarao.
lanoo und itx aaller on eHtt h
naUhbora. Ifloa lutramanta tor. mru
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STEALS A FORTUNE.
HEAVY DEFALCATION AT DEN
II. J. Alilrlch Floe. From the City,
Leaving a Money THiiRln Involving
100,000 Knillraa Trouble Will lie
Canned In Ntralghtonlaic Thin..
Denver, Col.. June 19. Henry J. Al
tlrlch lias dlHnpiioarod from Denver and
nt tlic same time It Iihh licett discovered
tlmt 300 to 400 ranches have clouded ti
tles and $400,000 1b involved In the nf
fnlr. Aldrlch was prcnldcnt nnd Bcnernl
mnnnKer of the Colorado Securities
Company, nnd ns such he diverted
money sent here by eastern Investors
who desired to protect shortages In
curred In tmiturlnK obligations due to
the drop In real estate. Money was sent
In by Investors which was never prop
erly applied, and the result Is that tl
tlts to property Involved are under a
cloud. In cases where money lias been
remitted by farmers or the Arkansas
valley and elsewhere, the Interest cou
pons have not been returned, and In
other cases the remittances not cred
ited properly, and In sorre cases prop
erty was ntlvertlsed for sale.
The cotnpanj's books show over 1,000
loans which hae not been propel ly set
tled and the result will be jjreat con
fusion In the titles, every one of which
will haw to be examined befoto any
can be established as valid. Tho debts
nf the company will tiKKreRnto nently
J100.000. Aldrlch Is a church member,
n prominent llKiire, and a pillar of St.
John's cathedral, where his name Is
always mentioned as a man who Is
above reproach and n worthy man. Ho
Is supposed to be In Australia, now, or
Hawaii. He has been mKsltiK from
Dener for live wetks. The loss falls
In many caes upon people who can Ill
afford to lose It. In tho ea.it, who
HoiiKht tho Iilish Interest rates paid In
Otlliliilil Anfii-rt That tlio Dcfnulter
Deadwood. S. D June 19. State
Treausrer Phillips announced yester
day that he had lerelved word that W.
V Tajlor, the defaulter, would surren
der nt Pierre to-day. The governor and
Tieasiuer Phillips both declared that
the state would not loe a cent, as
property valued at mure than the
amount of the defalcation had been
tut ned over by Taylor nnd his bonds
men Ciliulii.il ptoeeedlngx, however,
will be taken against hlni with as much
severity ns If he wan a less piomlnent
criminal, so the state authorities as
sert. Sioux City. la.. Juno 19 V. W. Tay
lor, defaulting ex-treasurer of South
Dakota, pased through here yesterday
and refused to bo Interviewed further
than to say that he probably would
make a public statement Wodnesdny.
He said he was ready to talk and cer
tainly would have something to say.
llepiilillntn l.eiigun Club.
Cleveland, O, June 19 Delegates
from every state and territory In the
union are on their way here to attend
the national convention of Republican
League clubs, which will convene to
monow morning and continue through
Friday. The meeting wns held In Den
mt a year ago, anil was considered a
gient sueces, but the coming one Is
sun to eellpe It for the teason more
Itnpoi taut aff nits ate up for consldera
ntlon. The next presidential campaign
Is n ear nearer at hand, and there Is
much Interest nmnng Republicans nil
over the land In tho disposition of the
cunency question 'Whose two ptoblems
will oeeupy tit st attention. In nil the
number of delegates will exceed L',000.
To Open the (irent Cnnnl.
Hamburg, June 19 There has been
nn enormous Inlliu of visitors here to
view the ceremonies nnd spectacles In
cident to the opening of the Haltle
North Sea cannl nt Kiel. According to
orders by the navy department nt
Washington tho Amerlcnn men-of-wnr
at Kiel will bo lllumlnnted by electricity
every night during their stny at that
port The canal will be opened by
Prince llohenzollern breaking n thread
ncioss the (nuance of the canal. The
watersa opened by tho new canal has
been iri Ignble for small cssils for
over 100 yeais.
Oklnhtimit Indian Kxrlted.
Wichita, Kan , June 19 A special re
ceiwd here from Fort ltenn sa a
sheilff's pose In "Q ' county, Okia ,
kllKd the Indian supposed to hae as
saulted Orandma Lewis n week ago to
day The killing has Mined the In
dians to such a point nn outlueak Is
feared. C'art MaeUe's troop of tho
Third eaalr Is uu the scene, nml troops
nie undo onlits to be ready to take
the Held at a moment's notice The kill
ing of the Indian Is sild to liae been
ul tout t hi r uncalled for.
.Man mid Wlfit .Murdered.
Stone City. K . June 19 John
Hi own nnd a woman supposed to be his
wife weie killed and tin own Into the
Ohio river, whin and by whom Is n
mystery. Htown's neck was bioken
and his head ciushed In. Tho woman's
skull was ciushed and hei face mash
ed to a Joll. The Iliowns clalnad to
liavn eoiiie fiom Wheeling, and said
the had tluee chlldten living there.
I (mil I riqi l'roieit.
Creson, Iowa, June 19 A heavy riln
passed over this jiait of Iowa estenlay
afteinoou i:luiustlve tepoits fiom
ever station on the Hurllugton In w ost
ein low.k show that prospects for all
kinds of cropa are excellent Work In
run vest tit Ids will Uglii lit about eight
or ten das.
Kill .tlutln fln-I.im nnd lllmielf.
Lancastti, Pa., June 19 Last even
ing, on Kast Fulton street, this city,
Joseph Westgate, a puddler, who was
st painted fiom his family, shot and
Instantly killed Mis. Christian Ham
bright, his mother-in-law, and then
blew his brains out. The man was
lloiiilhurat III lllanmirl.
Cameron, Mo., Juno 19. A cloud burst
"1'" M of here last night .11.1
great damage to the growing crops. Tho
water now en over Held, overnow'K
rrceks, washing away crops, 'live utock
'Dd brlb'. There were no XataHtieo.
water flowed over Held, overtlow'iK
IN A BOILER EXPLOSION.
Two Men Instantly Killed Other, nadir
Ilnrt One Will Die.
Attica, Intl., Juno 19. One of the
worst accidents that ever happened In
Attica occurred through boiler explos
ion at the homo of Charles Peterson at
4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho
dead arc: ,
PKTKHSON, FRANK, aged 32, leaves
wife and three children.
SMITH, WILLIAM, Instantly killed;
married; leaves no children.
The Injured are:
Hamar, J. V, bruised.
Hamar, Alex., nged G, son of above,
Stambaugh, Leonard, aged 23, horribly
scalded; cannot live.
Bhumar, Henry, back slightly burned.
Two men were at work drilling a
well. Whllo they were discussing the
work the boiler exploded. Smith was
blown twenty feet away and Instantly
killed, every bone In his body being
broken nnd his flesh being crushed to a
pulp by the awful force.
FIRE IN A THEATER.
Audience, nnd Artom nt tho Cleveland
I.yreom (liven n Fright,
Cleveland. O., June 19 Five hun
dred men nnd women crowded In haste
through the doors of the Lyceum the
ater last evening with billows of black,
nngry smoke rolling In behind them.
There was no panic. The lire was main
ly In the rear of the theater, a block
used for saloons nnd lodgings being
ablaze. The lire was extinguished with
a dnmago of but a few thousand dol
lars. Tho audience llled back Inside
and the play went on.
Horned by Kleetrli It.
Cleveland, O., June 19. People piss
ing nlong Ontario street List evening
were startled by tho piercing screams of
a woman which came from the roof of
a restaurant known ns tho New AVrlght
House. A woman was entangled In the
telephone nnd electric light wires forty
feet nbove the ground. Her clothing
was on lire and she was loudly calling
for help. Several men rnn up the stairs
to the roof. Thomas Hell ascended by
the tire escape. Hell reached tho un
fortunate woman as soon ns the other
men and together they teleated her from
her perilous predicament. Just ns they
had succeeded In fleeing her Hell caught
hold of one of the wires with his hands,
nnd wns almost dead before he could be
rescued. The woman will die.
Mother uml Child Horned to Dentil.
Htrtnlnghain, Ala., Juno 19 While
Mrs. James Drcnnen was plajlng with
her C- ear-old son, whom she had In
her lap In the kitchen of her house, near
Hamilton, Ala., jesterday. tho boy
reached to a shelf nearby and upset ft
pitcher of kerosene oil over her gar
ments. This took (lie nnd she died In
horrible torture. The boy had followed
his mother ami catching fire fiom her
was likewise limned to death. Less
than two weeks ago Mr. Drcnnen wns
attacked by n oung stallion nnd
trampled and kicked to death. Tho
family Is now extinct.
llcmy Ylnd Do Dimmer.
Creston. Iowa, Juno 19 A severe hur
ricane passed over this section of tho
state nt nn early hour yesterday morn
ing. West of here, nlong the line of tho
Chlcngo, Hurllngtou and Qulncy rail
road, buildings were blown down and
miles nf fences leveled. In the counties
of Moutgomeiy, Adams nnd Union con
siderable damage was done to ciops; a
heavy rain followed tho storm and beat
down the growing grain Several wash
DUts of bridges nre leportcd.
Mnltiln Supply of Craln.
New York. June 19. The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, June 1.1, as com
plied by tho New Yoik Piodute U
change. Is ns follows: Wheat, 47,717,
000 bushels, decrease 2.0IS.000 bushels;
rorn, 10.7M.000 btisht Is, decrease 799,
000 bushels; oats, S.Gfll.OOO bushels, de
crease SS.O0O bushels, rye, 117,000 bush
els; decieaso 10,000 bushels, barley, 11S,
000 bushels, Inciease 21.000 bushels.
Will I'rolmlily Meet hi Now-inher.
Washington. June 19 The republican
national committee will probably meet
In November this year, Instead of De
:emler. The republican leaders believe
hat tho next national convention should
be held In Ma, and, Inasmuch ns tho
national committee must give six
months' notice of the holding of tho
convention, It will be necessary, there
fore, that the committee shall hold its
meeting In November.
Mhiiii r In Illinois
Princeton, 111, Juno 19 The elght
vvteks' drouth In Bureau nnd Putnnm
counties was btoken esterday by a
hi uvy shower that lasted tluee hours.
The tain came In nmple time for corn
and potatoes, but too late for wheat and
oats A good i alu has also fallen nt
Fieeport, Nokomls, Nashville, Oali nn,
C'aille, Lacou, Hillsboio, Mafcoutuh,
Slot ling, Rockford and Peoila.
MnrniH All Otirthn Male.
Lincoln, Neb., June 19 Reports from
all over the state till of a heavy rain
fall preceded In sections by a wind al
most eclniilc In eneigy. At Hampton
many houses were pin tlnlly wrecked
mil windmills In the countiy were bad
ly damaged. Hradshaw, forty miles
u,st of ''"",,'' ,,("1 similar eNper-
lenee. No loss to life
or seilous accl-
Jents ale reported.
D.inuiKO lit lliiiupt.iii, Neli,
Hampton, Neb, Juno 19 A wlnd
itonn. with almost the energy of n cy
lone, leached here at 1 o'clock jester
Jay morning. Windmills all over tho
own and In tho adjacent country vveru
)lown down nnd many houses nnd barns
n the village were partially demolished.
Toods In business buildings which were
jnroofed were badly damaged by tho
ain which followed.
(loll! incitement I Growing,
Guthrie, Ok., June 19. Gold exclto
nen ovtr the discovery In the western
part of tho territory Is growing rapidly.
The town of Golden, started six days
igo, has 2,000 people and ther aro thrco
ither big camps.
To tio to Hnpr.ine Cenrt.
Wa.lilngton, June 19. The court of
ippeals yiteri!y allovyd an appeal to
" """' nimea supreme court or. ino
enslan e,ass ef Judge Charles D. Loo?
i Mlchlin, , 4
no unii.il states supreme court or tho
BY A HEAVY STORM.
Six People. Injured, One Fntiilly, nt Hurt
Hartford, Kan., Juno 19 About G
o'clock last evening a cyclone struck
this place, coming from the southwest,
and swept everything in front of It, Its
path was cleancut and about 100 feet In
width. No one, so far ns known, was
actually killed, although several per
sons were Injured so badly they are not
expected to live. Tho wounded:
LAWSON, MR., will die.
LAWSON, Mrs., seriously hurt.
HAWSON, MRS. MAUY H., probably
HAWSON, CORA, severely hurt.
HAWSON, OLA, badly cut about the
SMITH, MRS. H. IC, severely hurt.
About twelve houses were totally de
stroyed and many barns nnd outhouses.
The total loss Is cstlmnted nt all the
way from J10.000 to $20,000.
An eyewitness of the storm says:
"I was on the Incoming Missouri,
Kansas & Texns train, due nt Hart
ford at 5:20. Just ns the train was
stopping I nnd othei passengers no
ticed to the northwest a peculiarly
shaped white cloud formed nenrly like
ft balloon, but a little more tapering
Its peculiar whiteness llrst attracted
mir attention. In a few moments 1
seemed to stretch and put Its neck to
tho ground, turning darker. Then
clouds from all directions seemed to
cluster nround the top nnd as the
small end struck the earth trees, fences,
ever) thing It struck, were torn up and
lifted Into the air.
"The llrst house It struck seemed to
bo lifted bodily Into space and In a sec
ond beams, furniture, stoves, bedding
and nil kinds of material were seen
shooting In nil directions, high up In the
air. Hy this time pnssengeis were be
ginning to notice Hint the funnel
shaped cloud was coming straight for
the car In which wo were nnd Inquiries
began to be made as to what was best
to be done.
"Suddenly a Methodist preacher, I do
not know his name, solved the question
by shouting, 'Here goes for the prnlrle,'
and rushed to the door, followed by
eveiy one In the car. None, however,
wns able to catch him The run wns not
necessary, for when only about 100 feet
from the car the storm center took a
sudden turn eastward nnd swept past
the rear end of the train without touch
"The storm, lifter passing through
the town to the east, seemed to bump
the Neosho iler, nnd then rise and dis
appear In tho air."
CROWD AT CLEVELAND.
Until Already Crowded With Ilelegntca
to l.racue C.nivciitloii.
Cleveland, Ohio, June 19. Nearly all
the delegates nnd thousands of visitors
havo aliendy arrived In this city to at
tend the national convention of the
League of Republican Clubs, which
opens to-morrow, nnd the rotundas of
the large hotels present scenes com
p.uable only to the exciting times pre
ctdln a presidential convention. As :i
matter of fact, the persistency with
which the silver question Is kept at the
fiont and the vital consequences with
which the Issue Is fraught tend to give
the gathering even greater Importance
than It would have If merely called
upon to choose a standard bearer with
out passing upon the party'M financial
The silver legions will be led by Sena
tors Cameron, of Pennslvnnln, and
Dubois, of Idaho. Senator Thomas A.
Caitei, chairman of the i ('publican na
tional committee, will lend his strength
to the same cause Many of the dele
gates, especially those from Montana,
and other mining states, threaten to
bolt the convention If free coinage is
BANK OF COMMERCE FAILS.
I lunnrliil ll.iun nt Indliiimp.ills
1'nrrid to th.i Wall.
Indianapolis, Intl., June 19. Tho
Rank of Commerce, one of the oldest
llnnnelal institutions In this city, made
an assignment jesterdny for the bene
fit of crtilllois Tho assets and liabili
ties aie about equal The schedule of
nssets tumid over to the assignee
shows real estate valued nt JSO.COO,
which was levied on and turned over to
the slierlf, last we. k to satisfy a Judg
ment foi $7'),00i) In favor of the Knights
nnd Ladles of Honor It nlso shows
personal property In notes nnd securi
ties amounting to JISO.OOO. The dliectors
say the depositors w.re provided for
by a deposit In the Indiana National
bank last week, and will lose nothing.
Purify the blood; strengthen the body
Dr.J. H. MnL"t til's strengthening (Jordia
and Blood Purifier best spring tonio.
LATEST MARKET REPORTS.
Cattle Common to prline.Jl.50
Sheep Good to choice.. .
Wheat No. 2
Corn No. 2
Potatoes Pel tin
Wnent No. 2 spring ....
WheatNo. 2 red
Corn N6. 2
Oats No. 2
Wheat No. 2 spring SO .SOJi
Corn No. 3 Clj .C2
Oats No. 2 white 32 0 .32
Parley No. 2 48 .49
Rye-No. 1 70 & .79J4
Hogs 4 20
Wheat No. 2 rvd
Corn No. 2
Oats No. 2
Wheat No. 2 ....
Corn No. 3 mixed
Oats No. 2 mixed
.8 9 .18
Crack Boat IJuilder AM How de do,
Mr Mchman? How did that row-boat I
made you last summer suit? Mr. Rich
man Perfectly. Crack Dont Dulldor
Ahl I'm glad to hear it I always llko
to give satisfaction. Suited perfectly,
ch? Mr. Illchman Yes. I left it in
front of my boat-houso all summer, and
evory scalawag who tried to steal it got
upset or drowned.
For Fnt Sen Trnyel.
A Welshman proposes to build o
ship that will hnve a speed of sixty
miles an hour. Tho boat will be 550 feet
long and CO feet wide, with a flat bntom
and wedge-shnped bow and stern; of
10,000 tons displacement, nnd with eight
paddle-wheels on each side, each mak
ing seventeen revolutions a minute.
A Ilnrdenomn Name.
Huphrates Iisculaplus Endymlon Me
Jlmsoy Is the nnme of a clerk In tho re
corder's office at Marysvlllc, Mo. He
signs bis rather euphonious nnme with
a big rubber stamp. Ills motlur was o
student of oriental history and myth
ology. Tho ling ssnved Hint.
Gus Teelcr, of Klrwln, Mo., fell off n
windmill tower and saved his llfo by
falling on his two porkers. It killed
Ohio Miner Arrept Al Cent.
Columbus, Ohio, Juno 12. The vote of
the Ohio miners upon the proposition
of the operators to pay CI cents for
screened coal per ton resulted: For ac
ceptance, 5,091 ; against, 4,1."l. Secre
tary McHryde of the National nssocln
tlon says the Ohio miners ncted wisely
In accepting the offer of the operators,
nnd If the Pittsburg miners will do as
well they will be In n position to take
an advanced step by the time the fall
An atrrceablo Laxative and NtnvB Torrca
Boldby Druggists or seat by mall. 25c.,&0o.
nafl-OQpcrpackare. Pamplcs free.
VTA 1If? Tta rnvorlto TC0T3 P0TSS2
JB.W H.W forthoToctUond Hrcath,aJo.
Captain Sweeney, U.S.A., Ban DICTO.Cal.,
ays: "Bhtloh's Catarrh Remedy Is tlio llrst
nedlolnol havo evcrfoundthnt would do mo
any good." I'rlcoCOcta. Sold by Druggists.
Trns GnrAx Couan Crm promptly eurw
VhexoaU others f alb For Cooiuroptlon It has
BO rival; has cured thouaanda, and will errata
Far Micky- I. Colli ( BrHggiHt
G. F. Stapleton,
Makes a upcclalljr of Rcpnlrlng
ltiiKKli'H nnd Cnrrlneci.
Morsc-sliociin: and 11 ow Work prompt
ly attended to, and tskes
Trotting and Running Horses,
And ull work expected of a first
Sfip South of tli I,tiiintlrjr.
"MI AS. KAVli
Tlio O. It. Shop,
llcil Cloud, .NehriiHkii.
I (jive my pergonal attention to my
patrons. Kirst-clnss Miaying und linir
out tin ir n HpeeiiilU.
UTOHISUN A 111 ATT,
4tti Avkniik, - Hk Ci.oul), NrsiiiHKA
Firet-cin-'S imrb.'M nnd HrHt-eluBS work
guaranteed Give men call
The Cclelmited Ht'iMoicd I'uichcron
Will niftko the stason of 10!).r t Sjl-
vester D.iv's Feed Uarn, Red
Cloud, very day in
ONKNCHAQUA is a full blood
rrgistered tlopplu ray I'trchtron Nor
nun, Nn 12,001, wei;liH about 1,000
pound, is a line looking, well built
iuirpe, and is iix jieurs old, He has
o superior in hurst flesh,
Ti:KIS..-7 1 Insure.
A II C.MIPKNTKK, Owner.
DICK PRUHIS. Groom.
i no sweetest ivuisic
Banjo or Zither.
Thty are the product of the Largest
Musical Factories In tho world anil are
uaequallediortoneortmlsh. bend to
Lyon & Healy, Chicago,
far a llfiutllul Cataloou. (FUUK)
ranUlnlnc poitriits o( niactr artists.
WMfctmrn. are sold by all Brtt-claM
vn iivctf? vv atMruu
J!',JafcrAC laB .. I JaV"Vl
M iUm fMBsJlM
I y Ur MBMMUQ
H f If J mWliIfW
atflBO ron CASE IT WILL-NOT CUI1E, a
Put a little of it out of sight
yourself, and see how good it
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piiRes, twelvo by sixteen incheB,
printed on the iinost enameled
pnper, on the Miolilo press, as ex
hibited in Machinery Hull. This
Forty Pages Each.
Thero will be over 2,r0O SUPERB PIC
turoB ot nil sizes up to a full pagt.
A chapter on
Fairs ot the Past
From tlio Crj still Pnlaco of 1852 to the
Paris Exposition of 1830. The
Exposition was but for a momont
wlnlo the book is for till time, and
Should be in
Sold by subscription only, on easy puy
monts of (i'lj contH it duy. For
further particulars apply to
V X COTTINO,
IDi'tifffint &Hool:nUc r
ESTAa.nt for this company.
BUY them LIKETHEM
AND TELL RSSM
Many ladies have used our machines
twenty to thirty years in their family work,
and nre still iisin the original machines
we furnished them n generation ago.
Many of our machines have run more
than twenty years without repairs, other
than needles. With nroner care thevi
never wear out, and seldom need repair.
We have built sewing machinos for
more than forty years and nave constantly
improved them. We build our mackines
on honor, and they are recognized every
where ns the most nccurately fitted and
finely finished sewing machines in the
world. Our latest, the "No. 9," is the
result of our long experience. In com
petition with tlie leading machines of t
world, it received the Grand Prize nt the
Pans Lxposition of 1889, ns the best,
other machines receiving only compli
mentary medals of gold, silver and bronze.
I he Grand Prize was u hat nil sought for,
and our machine was awarded it.
Send for our illustrated catalogue. W
want dealers in all unoccupied territory,
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO.
S. E. Cozad, Agt.
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