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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUG. 9, 1895.
Vv . - Jhl
titfme KIDNEY, LIVER &BW8Ln
tumbaRO, pnln In Joints or liaek, brick dust In
Srlnc, frequent call Irrllntlon, liilloinmn Ion,
gravel, ulceration or cntiirrli of the bladder.
mummies. Iiendnclio, liullircatloii or gout.
..... . ..-. w.- iMi'iirnniti. curefl kidney I
faculties, HrlKhf disease, urinary troubles.
Bcrnruln, malaria, ueneral weak new or debility
warn ltoot build un quickly n run Cowl
constitution and makes tlio weak strong-.
At DriiKRUt 50 centa aud $ 1.00 Size.
tnralld' Uuldo to Health" freo- OoniltUoii tna.
Dn. Kiuiru .V Co.. niNnnAMTON. N. Y.
Gor Keohler is in tiiH oitj ropaii
Ing the Gund &,Co8. elevator and got
ting ready to talo in grain.
Thas. Snyder has boon employe
by Gund & Co. lo work in thoir ole
vater this fall.
Ilnin in very muoh noodod in tlii
vicinity for tlio corn.
H. Wheelan f Uoscland was i
this vicinity Tuesday helping hie
V. 6. Hall has moved his pig pnh.
torn crib and stable out of tlio alle
back of his lots, this i right no on
iheuld ba allowed to obstruot pullii
allots and inoonvicneo other people
for lli benefit of themselves.
The bioyolo club of thin city has
had their traok north of town put in
Another biptizing took plaoo last
Friday by ltov, Hummol in tlio Blue,
north of town, souio four or fivo being
Mrs. Hobort McGallum who wu
oalle'd lo Lincoln by hr husband wil
ls there receiving treatment for a can
eer, returned Tuesday evening and r
norled that Mr Mrf'.lliim a rMit..
, . , , . , .
aiong nio.iy ana mat no expccteU ti
com Iioiiih fiaturdav.
Misi Walters of Illua Hill is the
guest of her friaad Pearl Uauffman.
Tho joung people who spent Tucs
day at Ivor's mills failed to bring
A rather loud aud wordy con verm
tion took place Sunday morning ii
front of the drugstore It seems t
joung hup was calling some of out
merchants some pretty hard namc
for trusting littn in timoof want and
o money and now that he has a good
Btoadv iob thav kinrllv alc him fnr n.v
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nu ne o-ni mom lor u, wn.cn was a haH thu following advices dated Ar-
littla more than our druggist could menia, July 2U: "Thq condition of tho
stand and tells the ohap what ho thinks Armenians is worse than over. They
.ii, . .. . .... i. j-i regard Shaklr l'asha as their worst en-
of hm and hi conduct which he did 0IV) ftml ,,, uppointmcMt ns n con.
att tak very good naturadly but had temptuous detlauco of Europe's de
toswollow it. inand. Dellberuto persecution, slaugh
ter and pillage of the Armenians uro
Ivy Hummel, Mr, Householder pursued today with the same ruthless
and daughters lluth and Mainio attend-
od tho Ejiworth League convention at
Miss Lu'z is in tho eastern part of
the state visiting friends.
Juiurs liurden aud Lith Boydtran-
.M.td business at Red Cloud Saturday
Mr. Hendrioks and family from Up-
laud spent Sunday with hia daughlci
Mn .1 P (lartnmn
M,D" i ; . ,
Mrs. J. U. Ilartmana sister from
Minnesota and who is very low with
that dreaded disease, consumntion.
camo to thiHoity Tuutsday
J. E. Yost is buying grai
uying grain for W. C.
W. C. Moore of Swanton spent Sun-
dar with his friend L. It. Wjldor.
ii, v, ii i.' : i . ij i i i
basoball 1'riday at llosaland be-
twren .Juniata and Bladen.
Mr. Strieker's whoat inado eleven
bushels ns r acre.
Mr. Dimick and his son were taking
noughts of this city Tuesday.
. . . . .
. A. Shoitenkirk
of Hliie Hill
oamo over to attend M
V. A. lodso
WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH
INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE
OF MOTHER AND CHILD.
- w mv 1 iimi nnv VlllbV I
Mnt hfirs' Fripnrt "
RODa CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN,
Honnort and risk.
" My wifo used only two bottles. Slio
was easily nnd quickly relioved; is now
1. p. AinitTOH, iinnow, w. u.
Bent by express or mall, on ree(pt of price, , here six months ago to fight tlio enlst. jTt" maikot was W to He lowor.
fl.oo ftr buttle. Hook "TO MOT'ilKllS" lng monopoly, to41ay made atmlicatkin Tho fullowln nro rcprMrutativo tnlm
n,tt"ca"eo- for n receiver. Lack of 'fonda aftw !!,!"n,"',''A' ?
BIUWFIF.M) m:(JUUT0B CO., ATUNTA, 01. , thu plant was almost In readfucbs for Sf'Zbi -.i Ill
bold by ALi bauooiBTB. . operation eaiibed thu reverse. I i.,ee,,, 1 io. . V.V.'.V.V.'.V.V ".'.'. ! '. ". '. "..".' " I ! '. .2 1)0 '
FOUR OF THE MOST EXPERT GANG
IN TRE COUNTRY ARRESTED,
HE FIFTH ONE ESCAPES.
ry Ilnvo Ileen Flonilliig Cmmdii mill tlis
United Htnten AVItli tinn iinil B100
Hold t'ertlllrutfH Valuable Milted
nud Filler l'iier Hiilllelent to
Miiko W 100,000 Alim l)l-
nivcri'd lll Haul.
New Yoiik, Aug. 7. The expert
lOunterfolterH who, for two yours
ast, linvo been engraving unil print
s' $.'.00 nnd 810(1 L'nltnl .States gold
crtilleutcs and lloort'nir Ciinndii
lth notes of manlier (IcnomiuutlonH,
ve been discoveretl by hecrot her-
ice detectives nud four nf tlio gang
f fivo arc now locked up In .Jersey
ity. The ilfth ineniber, the backer,
Iras arrested hut escaped. Jlroekwny,
the most expert forger nnd counter
feiter In this country, Is probably tho
principal. The man who supplied the
funds for tho plant was Dr. (). K.
Bradford, who hna heretofore man
nged to escape, suspicion. I.lbblo
Smith, a cousin of 1 trad ford; Sidney
Smith, tho engraver of the party, who
Is said to bo Libblu's husband, nud
William S. Wagner, nro tho others.
The plntes nnd paper captured by tho
detectives show this to be tho most
skillful gnng that has operated In this
country for years.
llesidcs valuable dates for both the
United States anil Cnnadiau note
$.'00,000 in currency, with the reverse
side nil printed, was discovered. A
Buillclcnt amount of fiber paper to
print SIOO.OOD more of Canadian money
wnsulsohieutcd. Smith, the engraver,
was not found until lute last night. lie
Is the sou of a noted enunterfelter,
Charles K. hmlth. Counterfeit Can
ndian money was found on each one of
the four arrested and tho secret service
ollleers say they have a clear ease that
they have been making and uttering
counterfeit gold certificates of the de
nominations of .00nnd Sl.oUO.
A Ilmirr Nutlni; Hunk CIihimI,
Dr.NVKH, Col., Aug. 7. Tho liocky
Mountain Savings bank closed its
doors to-dny and assigned to Karl M.
Cranston. Last week a demand was
made upon tho bank for Si's, 000 of
county funds and it was unable to
mnko payment. It was closed during
tho panic of 1 8'.rt. but wns subsequently
reopened, certificates bolng issued to
depositors. The president is Frank
Woodbury, son of It. W. Wood bur
president of the Union National bank,
which suspended last week.
Mrimlck Arrrxteil fur t'oTgery.
Lmkiity, Ma, Aug. 7. Thomas F.
Liberty' district who has embezzled
lrtlifi IsiTv IliA nlftl 1iii.f.iH I l.rt
about f.l.fiOO of tho school funds, was
arrested at his homo shortly beforn
12 o'clock last night by Deputy Sheriff
Ed Cavo and tuken buforu .lustlco
Emerson. Preliminary examination
was wuved and bond was fixed at 31,000
on each of this four charges of forgery
and raising a warrant. To-day ho is
necking bondsmen but so far in vain.
Ho was a church leader.
"' 'r Armenian.,
London, Aug. 7. Tho Daily News
vlKr uml ncnumii ingenuity us in for
A Yale liny Killed lijr l.lelitiiluir.
l'l.Ansr.vri", Ariz., Aug. 7. Hinckley
Iloyt l'orter, son of T. II. I'orter, a
wealthy citizen of Stamford, Conn ,
and a grandson of the lato Millionaire
a guide, visited tiro (Jrnnd canon last
'l''""ly. While they were there a
fitorni nroso and all sought shelter
"'L'- b'ir oU. Lightning struck
tho rock, killing Hinckley and Injuring
Wrerkera Wreck llyi Wrong Train.
Waiisaw, Ind., Aug. 7. Early this
morning train wreckers throw a
n?u .". u, eV
'aK'u, "T hH V0,V "vo Innc? cnsl ?l
here, for tlio evident purposo of wreck-
igoneof tho fast express trains. A
J freight train plunged into It Instead
uiwl tho locomotlvu and several cars
e thrown down a bleep embank-
nt. Thu trainmen escaped by
The (jtircu's Nntaldv Dinner Tarty.
Osnoiixi; Horsi:, IsKs of Wight, Aug.
7. Tho queen's dinner purjy last
night Included tho Emperor William
ns the chief guest, and the prince aud
princess of Wales, tho dukonnd duch
cits of (.onnniight, I'riuco Henry of
I'msslnfjind the manpiis of Salisbury,
Emperor William slept Inst, night on
the imperial yaeiit lioiieuollcru.
Wbolesnle Theft by a Tanner's Wife,
fji'THiHis. ok., Aug. 7.-Mrs. H. a.
-..v...M w ( iuuiuiil; iliuuur
i ;vuh ut ucmw y , ?ru
'her w:oa rpvenlod wliolo bolts of
clotn.uiarasols, lneei, clothing, etc.
Hve dHlerent llrms identified various
nrticles as having been stolon frqm
A St. .losrpli Telephou Coinpiuiy l'nlls.
St. Joski'w, Mo., Aujf. 7. TUo Citl
reus' Tuleplione, comnanv. cn-trawlr-ed
ZIP WYATT SINKING FAST.
The Oklalmtiia Oiilhuv I'oiinil to lie
Sot'TII K.M1J, Ok., jlg. 7. Zip
Wyatt, alios Dick Vengor, thu notor
ious bandit, is still alive but font sink
ing. Ho has thrco forty-flvo Winches
ter bullets In his person, two of which
nre lodged In his intestines. When
told that ho was hound to die, ho
mnde a partial statement, admitted
his identity nnd requested that his
father be sent for. His father, Will
iam Wyatt, lives near (Suthric, this
territory, and Is known as "Six Shoot
ing Hill." He is u tall, muscular old
man, and when in his cups is in tho
habit of making a hot house for tlio
Zip Wyatt, tho bandit, is the only
one of tho Dalton gang who mnde his
escapo from the raid at Coireyvllle, '
Kan. Ho was wounded at the Dover i
robbery, nnd was tho leader nt tho '
Ited Hock train robbery on tho Santa
Fe. He has nsslsted In a score or more
of murders, and perhaps 100 robberies
of banks, storo and private families.
More than COO people visited tlio jail
yesterday to see him, ninny of whom
positively identified him. A deputv
United States marshal stated that the
pursuing and capture of Zip Wyatt had
cost tho United States government
some ten or twelvo bravo officers nud
not less than 3:0,K)0.
BASE BALL SCORES.
We tern I.eiiRiie.
At MlrinpnixilU-KiuirnsCityil, Mluno-ipoHs J.
AtHt. l'mil-St. 1'iitil 11, Milwaukee-3.
At Detroit Detroit !l. Term lliiuto'i
At New York New York l:l, llrimklyuC.
At WmliliiKton -Wnnliliicton 13, IlidtlmoroS.
At Itiwlnii llotin 7, l'lillnili'lpliln a.
I At I'lttflmrK .St. Louis 7. l'itutjiiru I.
Wrnti'rn AiMorlatlou iilinc.
At Qnlncy Qulnry h, Doinor .1.
At.lnckiiiivlll- Lincoln 21, JnckKotiTillu7,
At l'eorlii l'eoria 1.', St. Junipli I.
Joseph ISlnghnm nnd Oliver llcnwuy
were smothered in n well at South
K.nhh('itv, Mo., Ant? 7. Thoro cro n few
email in 1 1 1 1 1 1 vr orders mi tint market, but imwt of
the wheat win ImiiikIiI to uii into Mure. lto.
celpt of wlio.it, Vs earns ii jear hb i, I2U cari.
.so. a linnl wlioat, ltic: .No J M'll'tru; No. I,
liOJi No. i! red. C'.ie; No. a, Ci( .No. , liljcj '
rejected, lie! no itrndu, 5Jc.
Corn wim !i rent Inwor. Tlpre was nn iicthn
lU-iniind fur it and ollVrini.'i wero cnwillcr tlian
for a week inst. Karly alei wero nt 3V,e.
Tlien romo muuplfH broiiulit :dic mid lait nle
wero nt ;ir?ic. Iteceliits.ai care jiij our nj;o, 17 ;
Nu.2 mixed corn, .Tic; No. .". Cc ; No. 1,31c; no
grade, 31c; No. 'J white, Idle; No. :l, :0c.
Oats were tenrcn. Only tliren ears wero re-
ccheil. 1 lie ilcmiind wat fair nud prices wero
u littlu liUlior. Itccolpti, a cnn;u jenr nuo,
No. 2 mixed oaU. 19o; No. 3. 17o: No. 4, 15jj
rejocted, l'Utlc; no Krndi), lJc; No. ! wliitu,
.iJitfiictNo. II, Vic.
Itjo-No. "J, 1 car I.Tc, 1 car 43Jic; No. 3, 42c;
No. I. 4c.
Flaxseed Mnrkot woak; August, 93oj fcVi
Corn Chop Stonily, 71i73c ior cwt sacked
Uran firm, 5'aU)j por cwt tuckod; bulk
Cc I cki.
Hay Hocolptt, :tScnn. Yeitcrdnyb' recolpts
wero ti'.l cars liihteud of It as reported liore. Tlio
market is sto.idy. Old liny worth ft above quo
tiitlom. 'liiiiothy I'hnii'i), JliKjiJ..Vi: Nu 1,
J'.Kl'J.5Ji No. .', $SaS.W: fancy pr.ilrio. $i.V)fi.7;
choico, ft); No, 1, 0j No. J, $ltj;l.Wj puckuij;
Prices of broom com here nre ns follows:
Old com, short and eoiiimim, f.'i)'ol) hv ton;
self working, f 0(!'0 por ton; dwarf cum, J j.jij
Ier ton. Now corn, riant nud cumiiKiu, $.HHil0
IMir ton; self workuiK Vfi.iU por ton; dwarf
corn, SJObM lor ton.
ClilcnRO Hoard of Trails.
CmcAfio. Auk. 7. Tho following Ii tin mui
of prices of tho cralu ami provUIun market oa
tlio board of trudm
... . . I'Aino Chtoo
IIIrIi Low Amr. 0 Auk, ."
AUKitst 07S (,T 07 67?i
tx'ptoinlwr. .. fiH'i tW 68 liili
Decorator.... 7l!t 10i 70S iU'.
AilKUst 40S 4()!i 40; 10?
Heitomlor... 4IH 4(l' 4US 41
May 3tS iU 13i iillf
Auust '.on jo'; my. )in
Koptonilwr .. . 10'. VD'4 iui ya
May V4i y;4 u?,! aiu
Almost o Si o ctt o si ii :r
Soptembor . . a -n u :ai y m', 040
January IJ 20 tJ 10 I'J 1.1 IU IJii
Anuii.t ROD AliO B ItO BWV1
iM!ptembur . 6 l'.",, S U" 5 (15 1) on
January 0 13 0 uj',, ii U7U 0 IJ'i
AUK'int 5 43 3 fi .' 41 5 W'i
BepteinlHir.. Sill Ti W-i 3 5J'. 3 IV I
Jiiiuinrv... . a vj 5 21 r, ?7' ft :rj!.;
Ht. l.ouU Drain.
St. I)?m. Mn, Auk 7. Closing prlcoit
Wliont Casli. Wc; Anuust. N:: Septombnr,
rs?ii'ic; Deceinhnr, 7IUc xellors. Corn
Cash, a7!io; Anuust, :"c nskisl ; Hi-ptoiiiber.ibVa
asked; Dereinlsir, 2s!in bid, O.its-Cash, 2rc
bid ; Auustr ajc bid; Suutonibor, iU'jo bid.
Kansas City Mo., An,- r.-Cnttla-Kicoipti,
10,27(1; culvos, 1,151; shippod jetterdny, 2.J24
cattle, 1"'J calves. The ninrkut was sti'iidytn
Htronn on best and Uc to 15o lower on common
Thn follnwlni nrt rfirwMnnlnltvit .nW.
aHMppliu; and drcstsi U-nt tteen, l,vos 7;
a" slilppni and dnusod U-of ktiir,l,3ui....3 41
41 4iliplijK and ilresscd toof (.tocrs, 1,207... I V)
SSI ind. stecis, I.ISU ,1 M
2Jnd teers. I.UU no
SSI Wojt. Meers. I,0W n Id
1H West, cows, 7S- a 33
05 I'aiiliiiudlo steer 3 o
HTuYi nnd Indiuii cuwi,S.;i 2 11)
I Texiii. and IiuIiiim cow, SO ato
Grows and heifers, l,Wi ; 05
Slow mul heifers Oil , u)
Sc.is and helfors, Mil , j rfi
II stofken imd feodurs, 1,117 am
17 (tuckers nnd fondiTi, ti'l a ()
5 (dockers nnd feeduis, 510 a mi
107 T nil vub. ( a -n
I bTe.ilvo, h .',",i ;.i
"f Tn. l j "a 4 (XI
WMiiuuk, t. ,-. ...!
llKl,t Imus.nnd ulKt .1 cei.N Ion or on heavy
liottt. Tin. top Milu was $i un 1 tho bulk nt snlui
from $I.V1 lo SI.ni,
Tho fuliiiwiiii; nro ropreintntivn M4
Ki. Avn. I'rloo No. Aw. I'rioj. No. AV.v Prin
l 1MI 000 7 15 IU) Ml 13.S 4W4
7 IU IM K7 Vi) 4K1 13 21U 4H3
7 SCJ7 4 15 s 3J.I 4 l"i 0? 2 4 00
4 a ,jh.i e, sin a&( m ki ais
Kliuop - llocohts. 3,70); shipped C4tcrdaj,
Arrldent nt ilie IVMltenllar),
JKFFKiisn.v City, Mo., Aug. 7. Two
convicts, Sullivan of Kansas City nnd
Hooley of St. Louis, nre in tho prison
hospital possibly fatally hurt. Twenty
prisoners nro more or less injured.
Tho prisoners working in one of tho
shoe shops were being marched to
supper ncross a bridge twenty feet
long, connecting the second stories of
the factory buildings. Suddenly nnd
without a moment's worning' tho
brldgo broke nnd all of those who
were on It were precipitated to tho
ground. Sullivan and Hooley wcro
among tho first to fall. Strange to
relate no bones wcro broken.
Defender Winn Aunln.
Ni:v Yoiik, Aug. 7. Tho Defender
and Vigilant sailed over a Xi inllo
course yesterday, from Cottage City,
Mass., to this port, tho race being tin
event in tho cruising of tho Now York
Yacht club. Tho sea was. smooth nnd
tho wind varied In velocity from ten to
fifteen miles an hour. For twenty
miles down to tho Vineyard Sound
lightship it was a dead bent to wind
ward nnd thu Defender bent tho
Vigilant by about five minutes, forty
six seconds, both yachts carrying club
topsails and baby jib topsails.
HIT for Africa.
I'liir.ADKi.fiiiA, l'a., Aug. 7. A bnnd
of missionaries, comprising the first
party of. tho African Inland Mission,
will lcavo for the Soudan next week,
through the agency of the Philadel
phia missionary council. Thu party
will bo headed bv ltov. 1 Cameron
Scott, a young Westerner, whor-has
spent seven of Ills twenty-eight years
in tho interior of Afriea. He will bo
accompanied by his sister, Margaret
C. Scott, Miss llerthu Kchllng, Lester
It. Severn, Itev. Willis Hotchkiss and
Kcv. F. W. Krleger.
AVorld to i:nd In Ten Days.
Taiioii, Iowa, Aug. 7. Tho Holiness
people have been holding meetings in
this city the past week. They claim
to have bad u divine presentment that
the world will como to an end within
ten days. Thu Holiness adherents
have worked themselves Into a frenzy,
and their meetings nro attended by
hundreds of people. Some of their
Inndors iiniinntiiMi nn.itlvidt f lin ..tirlt.
destruction of tint world, and many of
tncir followers are making prepara
tions for the exit.
The Da es Commission.
Wasiiiniito.v, Aug. 7. Ocneral Arm
strong, one of the members of the
Dawes commission, is spending a few
days in Washington. He says that the
prospects now nre that thu commission
will bo able to make a deal with the
tribes, looking to future legislation
lor thu settlement of tho existing an
alogous condition in thu Indian- coun
try. Wiirp of Iron Worker Advanced.
HitAzir., Ind., Aug. 7. A raise of
twenty-live per cent on the ton was
given the employes of tho Central
Iron nnd Steel company yesterday
morning. Another raise of twenty
llvo per cent Is expected In about two
months. The old furnace which has
been lying1 Idlo for suveral years past
will bo started up in a short time. The
raiso affects about .00 men.
Stopped the Collection of Taxes.
Pkrky, Ok., Aug. 7. Tho probate
judge of this county granted un injunc
tion last evening prohibiting the treas
urer of this county from collecting
city, county, territorial and school tax
from realty In the city of Perry for tho
year 1301. The amount involved is
over $20,000. Thu case will go to tho
supremo court of the territory.
Fine Horses llurncd.
Four Waynk, Ind., Aurr. 7. Tho
Btock barn of H. T. McDonald's noted
Itlvcrslde farm burned last night,
worth $12,000; also tho S10.000 Califor
nia stallion, Truman, with a milo
record of 2:12, also fivo colts of Elec
tric King, fust stock, valued at $10,000
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RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER - l',OAL
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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pain and inflammation, and cures quickly.. Full directions with each
bottle. For sale everywhere. Price, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS. MO.
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ovea tit kava untl aewing Mncainea
mn la&o prouuc in azcnonga ror iy
wk. B. A. Young.
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Tinp around tho city each day. Set
jour ckcb out early. Tho trip w 1 bo
made from 8 to 12 o'clock.
W. 0, Jones,
Children Cry for
have lost their healthy tone. Persons
suffering from rheumatism, neuralgia
and any of the countless results of loss
of norvo power find a atrked change
for the better almost at onco upon
faithfully using Paine's celery com
pound, Mrs. James Arthur, whoso portrait
is given above, writing from her homo
in Spokano, Wash., says:
"I suffered for thrco years with neu
ralgia nnd rheumatism. I tried differ
ent remedies which would give mo
only temporary relief. Last year in
January and through tho spring
months I suffered terribly. I could
walk snly a short distance, and some
days not at all. But then I began for
the first time to use Paine's celery
eompaund. It cured mo permanently
and I havo not been troubled since!
My knees wore s bad last year that. I
could not sit down or got up uht.
Now I walk every day, and it causeP
no 8tiffuesn or lameness in tho joints."
Tcsimonials from men and women
in every state and county and town in
tho country might be published telling
of similar speedy cures, They carry
this plain advice to other sufferers:
Tako Paine's celery cenipeund.
Pain from sprains, bruises, cramps,
diseased or torn flesh, aches, wounds,
Neuralgia, etc., can be promptly
relieved and cured by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The FARMER'S REMEDY for the
various diseases of dnmostir nnimic
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J42,Mlxfid Train, l,v U:30 a, m. Ar 12;06 p. m
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Don't forget that 1 am prepared tot
oariy passengers to all porta of the city.
Leave orders at the Holland HouaffU
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