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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1896)
, A Mother' I,mo.
It is said that tho lion. Samuel Gal
loway of I'oltiinbu, 0., wns one of tlio
plainest men ever known in tlio state
lie told many stories relative to his
own personal nplincss of face with
great cood humor.
One which he often related with much
relish was that of the remark made by
the little daughter of a friend in ah
other city with whom ho was dining.
"Mamma," he heard tho child say in
an awe-struck whisper, after a pro
longed surtcy of the peculiar features
of tlio guest, "thatgcntleman'smamma
must have loved children mighty well."
"Why so, my dear'."' inquired tho un
"Oh," returned tho child in the same
audible whisper, "'causo she raised
him!" Youth's Companion.
Si 00 Itcunnl, si oo.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In nil Its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cur" now known to
the medical fraternity. Cntnrrh being
a constitutional disease requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, ncllnpr directly
upon the blood and mucous surfnees of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the dlscare and giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature !n doing
Ub work. The proprietors have so much
faith In Its curative powers tint they
ofCcr One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it falls to cure. Send for list of
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Fold by druggists: 75c.
Hall's Family IMls. i!5c.
'J lie fattest mnn wo err utw Is calico
4 Hearts Delro" by his wife.
Knrilcitt Itaditiirs and I'en.
The editor urges all readers to grow
the earliest vegetables. They pay. Well
Salzcr's Seeds aro bred to carllness,
thev grow and produce every time. None
co early, bo line as Salzcr's. Try his
radishes, cabbage, peas, beets, cucum
bers, lettuce, corn, etc! Money In it for
ou. Salzcr is the largest grower of
vegetables, farm seeds, grasses, clovers.
If nil will cut Mil out nnil eml
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La
Crosse. Wis., with 10c postage, you will
Kct sample package of Early Bird Rad
ish (rnatly in 1C days) and their great
catalogue. Catalogue alone Cc postage.
l'rido in piosictity turns to misery in nd
COLORADO UI,1 MINKS'.
If you arc interested in gold mining
or wibh to keep poted regarding the
wonderful strides being made in Colo
rado, it will pay you to send fifty cents
for a year's subscription to The Gold
Miner, an illustrated monthly paper
published at Denver.
You can't Mull somo icojiIo bo much thnt
they will le Krati-ful
llt'fitth tinrr lmii1i-ril 1 not r it ally rrsnlnci!,
jitlVirkc " Ulni; rToiilo hPSHltiiliuMliliosj rBult
In tu.mj uoi UikjcI forctorjr uiMkiteMauild itrcis
No mother is so wicked but deMies to
lime Rood (hildicu.
It I mnrr tlinii t omlel fill
Iin in'lo tly uplu aiiTi'rwIlli (uri (Ictprncj
ami Lviufrt by ivuiuvliie tut iu wltU lIlixli.rcorns.
Tho hero does not I reed
ipiarro!s, but ho
liThe llnby is Cuttlng-reem:
rmrr and use Uiatotd and veil tried rrmedr, Mrs.
W i-fix'f buoTiiiM Btiu r for Children TceUiinc-
Six feet of 'nrth makes all men equal.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleabantoftorts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
tlio knowledge that so many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but fdmply to a constipated condl
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
clFects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
ull important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, thatyou have the genuine article,
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, nnd sold by all rep
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies are not needed.
If alllictcd with any actual disease, one
may be commendeil to tho most skillful
physicians, hut if in need of a laxative,
then one should have tho best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
A Fortune for Marliet Gardeners I
Tho "OTonflerfrtl Now African Bunch
Z&m Early Sweat, Potato, imjcllowaapola
ami sweet us Uonejr. earliost and most proWlo
known: a txjuani Cor tlio norih, on ixwoutitot
its ravld t-rovviu sj1 curly maturity, matures
in tbo cstreino tiortli long before frost; enally
culthauuf as it jrroun right up with uo vines
to bother with: un lmnuiiso ylelder.
Xiarffe Txto Catalogue co n tainlngorer fifty
new variolic) Heeds, Including mv Hew Home
Grown Coffee, with trotlmo-iIcN from patrons
all over tho Union who bavo tried it- ft costs
onlv S cents lr iouml to ratso t hi codec Po
tato seed, post palil, SS -cents per pound by O.
. C0ZJ3, Seedsman, Buck&er, Uo.
Free eamrlo of Coffeo and Largo Catalogue
for is eta. Htainpa
Fln Army Duik uIHi '1.1 fci lnk KI.IIO. l.ool
llcu l ck nltb lui-Llut U.lc fciu irujiililui
riv:l wi lr ce r' 1201 iiuiii Mieurt' mi
calf t Qi
I lll,OlllllU1 A ru 1 lfU!UU3
Morphine Habit Curoil fn 10
toiiOiliiiii. No pa till i'Urnl.
V'HHftaVHaaBp44, , tvQI
n " " T' iTT 1
DEMOCRATIC PAH TY.
GOSPEL OF EQUAL RIGHTS
STILL ON OUR STANDARD.
The ltriiulttlriiu I'lHg-t'cllr Arn 1'roimr
lug In III) ii n HxtrnaUo I1imIiici la
1'iit-rrjltiB rimiilor Sjlim I'liiiniit lie
Says a philosopher nftor the order of
McKlnloy: "Anciont Tyre, Athens,
Home, Damascus and other great seats
of anciont science and art heenme such
becanso they supplied other nations
with their products."
Without pausing to Inquire as to tho
hlstotlcal accuracy of tho assumption
that the cities named "supplied other
nations with their products" to any
gient extent, oiio'h attention 1b Irresist
ibly drawn to the philosophical theorem
that they became great seats of science
nnd nit because lliey supplied other na
tions with their products.
One can readily understand how n
conimerclnl people trading extensively
with other peoples acquire more knowl
edge of men and things, and so acquire
lnoi ft innterlals of science, if not of art,
that Isolated peoples holding little or
no communication with others. Hut
how the mere bending abroad of their
products to supply tho wants of others
can advance a people in cither science
or art passes understanding utterly.
The context of the theorem quoted
shows that when Its author used tho
word "products" he had In mind chiefly
i manufactured products of compara
tively unskilled labor. But that does
not mako tho general proposition any
j more true. Tho mere supplying of for
eigners with our products, whether
I crude or highly wrought, cannot make
us great In science and art.
I The context servos only to show how
1 the confusion of thought arises or to
expose an artful sophism Intended to
I produce confusion of thought In care
less minds. First attention is drawn to
tho almost self-evident fact that the
products of skill In the world's history
hao been supplied mostly by nations
advanced in science and art. Then tho
Inference Is artfully suggested that the
supplying of such pioducts has caused
When the proposition is thus stated
It becomes apparent at onco that ad
vancement Is not a consequence of sup
plying products of skill, but that the
supplying of such products Is a conse
quence of advancement In the arts nnd
sciences. A people must have tho
knowledge, art and skill before they
can turn out highly wrought and ar
tistic products for export. The export
of such products Is an evidence and a
consequence, not a causo, of greatness
In science and art.
The McKlnloy philosopher might an
-truthfully bavo said that the sun be
came the great souico and center of
light and hent In our system by supply
ing the earth and tho other planets
with those forces or modes of motion.
It is characteristic of the protectionist
to transpose everything, putting ante
cedent for consequent and consequent
foi antecedent, cause for eftect and
effect for cnusc. Tho great system of
plunder under the aid of law docs not
admit of defense by honest and
stiaightfoi ward reasoning.
1 hi) .llnrlilnn anil Morton.
Amusement and instruction aro both
onveyed to tho political student by tho
appearance of tho venerable Levi I'.
Morton as a candidate for the repub
lican presidential nomination. When
the pliable and shifty politicians first
suggested his name It was regarded as
a joke and a bluff. When he consented
to their little game, however, he In
formed them that he was in earnest and
that there must be no trilling.
Tho tricksters and conspirators were
baffled by the position which the old
man assumed. They had intended to
give him a few complimentary votes
until they should find out tho drift
of sentiment in tho convention, when
he was to be dropped and his strength
was to join the most available combine.
Ho ended this scheme. He declared
that if he entered the raco he should be
there to stay. Thoy had gono too far
to retreat and were compelled to take
him nt his word. They have an ele
phant of huge proportions on their
All this trouble the republican "smart
Alecks" brought on themselves by
faithlessnoBs nnd trickery at tho re
publican national convention in 1892.
The gang politicians, Including Clark
son, Piatt. Quay and others, attempted
to defeat Harrison's renomlnatlon, but
failed in their schemes. In the con
fusion caused by their overthrow and
1c the demoralization that followed the
nomination for vice-president went by
default to Whltelaw Reld. Morton was
entitled to a renomlnatlon with Harri
son, but it was lost in tho tumult and
divided counsols of the leaders.
If Morton had been nominated for
vice-president on tho ticket with Harri
son lie would have gono down In the
genernl republican wreck. His defeat
would have ended his political career.
He vsould not have reappeared as a can
didate for governor of New York In
1E94 and as a candidate for president In
189ij to embarrass and burden tho ma
chine bosses In all their schemes of ag
grandizement and spoils.
Aluriitro KIhIm OlllolnU.
I Pittsburg Post: What a mean howl
1 was set up by tho rabid republican press
of Pittsburg because President Cleve
land wont off for a fow days tecontly on
a duck-hunting trip. We are not going
to imitate this display of partisan llttle-net-s,
but nevertheless there la some sat
isfaction in directing the attontiou of
our liigh-mlndod mid patriotic con
, tBucraHe to tke fact that with oue
exception every active member of tho
lepubllcau administration of Pennsjl
Minla Is absent from tho state. Gov
oi nor Hastings nntl Utorney Genernl
McCormlck aro In Arkanni. Secretary
Heeder, Auditor General Mylln, Stnto
Treasurer Jacknon, Hanking Cominls
sloner GilkcHon and Secretary of Inter
nal AIYalrs Latta nre Junketing in Flor
ida with Senntor Quay. The single ox
reptlon Is Mr. Schneffer, supetlntetulont
of public Instruction.
KeUttn I'mliir Komi' I.c ilrr.lilp.
Philadelphia Ilullotln: There nro
growing signs of n disposition among
the lepublicans in the house to break
away from tho leadership of Spoakor
Ueed and his committee on rules nnd to
raise objections to his methods of map
ping out tho business of the house. This
is ono of the Inevitable effects of the
piosence of nn active candidate for tho
presidency In tho speaker's chair. It
Is Impossible for Tom lived to take n
stand on any vltnl cpicstion in the house
without hnvlng his presidential ambi
tion taken Into account. It has been
tho same wth every speaker that ever
kept his dexter eye on the white house.
li My ('liilnn No I.iiiikt- rnhrnihnhle. I
KaiiBas City Star: Tho lcpubllcansj
are again in contiol of congresH, hut j
the tenure of their power will depend
on the character of their stewardship. ,
IT they fail to meet the just retiulic
ments of all Intelligent and pntrlotlo
people the next election will result In
their overwhelming defeat and con
demnation. Tho chains that bind votorB
to party uro no longer stool or Iron, nnd
the first exhibition of selfishness In
legislation will provoke such a de
struction of links and strands as will
mnke the future party contests prob
lematical. Knxcr for Morn l'ut-1'rj injr.
Indianapolis Sentinel: Tho leading
republicans do not hesitate to say that
as soon as the party gets possession of
tho government another high tnrlff (
mcafjuio will bo adopted. The present
pioposed one is only a homeopathic
dose; simply a tickler to put the mnnu- (
facturers In good humor and prepare
them for the old fnt-frymg program
that will be Inaugurated as soon ns the
republican nomination for presidential
candidates is made.
Morton N AH Hlcht.
Bloomlngton Bulletin: The assertion
that Levi P. Morton's advanced ago de
bars him ns a presidential candidate Is
not a valid argument. Ho is Just as i
capable of editing a check book, and in
fact a little more so, than ho was twenty
j cars ago. Boss Piatt will do all the j
presiding In the event of nomination
Iliii llnml lx Tiirnml.
Topeka Capital: The election ol
Governor Briulloy uh governor of Ken- '
tucky has turned that gentleman's
head. As yet there aro no other evl-1
donees except the fact tliat he carried
Kentucky in a republican jenr that
Governor Bradley posse.i&e8 presiden
Tryltiii to Mnlto Mutters lVonr.
Sherman and McKlnloy legislation is
le&ponsible for nearly all the financial
ills with which this country has been
aflllcled for the past two or three years.
Instead of trying to remedy the evils
thnt exist Mr. Heed's congress Is en
deavoilng to mako them woiee.
I'amp Ugii of tlm IN un I Sort.
Bloomlngton Bulletin: Matters have
already piogrcssed far enough to make
It apparent that the Tanner campaign
Is to bo ono of explanation and denial
Tho republican papers now making ac
cusations will bo busy all summer with
the whitewash brush.
A DUcri'ot Senator.
Sioux City Journal: Senator Butler
of North Carolina refuses to run for the
presidency on tho populist ticket nnd
says that "the vote our ticket will poll
next November will surprise the coun- j
try." He does not want to be a I
victim of the surprise.
Mrlvlnlpj'n Unreliable ttlographer.
St. Paul Pioneer Press: It Is to bo re
giutted that William McKinley is to
have his biography written by that
statistical romancer, Robert P. Porter,
foi, If anything like tho last national
census, It will be absolutely unreliable.
Dearly l.no a llurrrl.
Utlca Observer: Governor Morton Is
said to be gaining strength in the south.
Those southern lepublicans dearly love
a barrel. They used to think that
MlstT Alger was an awful nice map
Tim Voter 'I lienim-Wen In llluiiir.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat: All the
governors and all tho mayors are pro
testing against tho growth of municipal
extravagance, and all to no purpose if a
laigo class of voters in cities continue
to neglect their political duties.
IIiintiTH Do Not Hunt.
Two hunters of Bolee, Idaho, hnd
n sonowful experienco lust week. They
spent half a day loading hIioIIh, helng
dhutatlsiiod with thoBe on bale, and next
morning drove twenty-two miles to the
hunting grounds. On arriving theio
they dUcovercd that they had left their
ammunition nt home in Uolse.
I ,ive Letter .llmle I'ulillr.
The London Telegraph te)l8 of a hoy
a smart little hoy who was ain
ultloiiH to he n Idter carrier. A short
time ago he eocuipjI a bundlo of old
love lottera that his mother hud tioas
iirwl since her aom tfahlp days and dis
tributed thorn fiom home to houa
UarouBhout tko nolglihtwhootj. 1
1.I.T Till: liAUTlt IttMDUi: M
farmers sing. Willi our now hardy '
grasses, iloers and fodder plants tho!
poorest, most worn out, toughest, worst
piece of land can he made as fertile at? I
the valley of tho Nile, Only takes n !
j (fir or so to do bo! At the mi mo tlmo
you will bo gottlng big ciops! Teoalnto,
Giant Spurt y, Sacullno, Lathyiun, what
I n vnvlnlv (if iininiic! I7iiliilni.un ii.ilu
' If j-on ulll rut Hilt out nnil ml
it to tho John A. Sntacr Seed Co., La
Ctosso, Wis., with 10c. postage ou will
gut Irco their mnnimoth catalogue and
ten grnwi and grain fodder samples
(worth f 10.0a to get a start). w.u.
Citlllni; ii IIiik lir 'lYloplioiii'
An Intelligent hunting dog who had
diayed away was found in New Unit
fold. Conn., lecenllv, and the Under
notified the dog s owner In Mlnsled.
The New Hat tfoiil tnun called up the
owner by telephone to arrange for re-
tnrnlng'the dog, and while talking
' asked the owner the dog's name "Hold
1 hint up to the telephone," was tho re-
, ply. 'lho part of tho instt anient was
put against the do.j's car, and tho
I owner called, 4I)ash." Tho dog rce-
ognhred the voice, and setup u barking
...I.I..I. !.. t I.I.. i II... II 1.1
timi;ii aiiuiivu ma Ji. iiumuii iirruni
Wo Irn I iiUr.lint Ii) Air ami Water
w til n un'v ftiuMim i no licmsm inuiiiriii
To :iiiiillilluu these ami uxoiil und rtiiHiiit;
rhlll nnil foM'i. lilllliiuw ii'iulttriil in iluinli'
ii (.Hit itu.. iiiticlulnttlli Mllfl ,ll.llllll Iv ll.wtitt
tet's totuurli lllttei. which ulo lemoitlo
ilyspci.lii, liMM trouble, cnnsllpiitliiii, loss
if MriMiKth, iicnou-iu'ss. tlieuiuiitlsiu nnil
kidney i'oiniliitnt. rictlto unit tdccptnc
linpioveil by HiIh iliorotiRh medicinal a;ent,
:iiul I lu InllrinltliM ofiiKC inltlciitrd by It
A wiia'ulUh-fiil three tlniiH a iliij.
When llntliliic tlm llnln.
The best kind of apron to use when
bathing the baby Is made of two thick
nesses of llnnnel, with a pieie of rub
ber cloth laid between. The rubber
prevents nil possibility of the dress get- j
ting wti, ami can easily no reiiiovctt
when the apron is Inundried.
Walter H.il.er it Co.. Limited, Dor
cheater, Miihm., the u ell-Know h iittiuuftie
turers ol Breakfast Cocoa and oilier
Coioii and Chocolate prii.iiutiiiUK. have
an etni(iidiimi. collection of iiumIhIh and
diploma awaided at the pent iutvrna
tiiinul and other exhlliHhmx hi Kuiopo
nnd America. The Iioum' Ikik had un
iiiteriupted piospeiltj for uearl) a cen
tury mid a ipmiter and U now not only
the oldcht hut the largest oKtulilWlinieiit
of the 1,1ml ou this continent. The high
desiee of perfection which the company
haH attaiin-il in its imtuutiictuicil piod
Ucts is the lesult ul long evpotience colil
bineil witli an Intelligent use of the mw
foi con which are constant! being liitto
tlueed to increase the power and impioe
llie (pinlity of production, mid i lienpeii
Hie tost to the (OliHiMiier.
The full strength and the oMpiislte uat- 1
ur.il Minor of 'lie law uiaterlsil ale pie- .
served unlin.mired in all of Waller Baker
A' Company's picpai minus; mi that their J
prodiKtK iniiy tiuly be nniil to foi in the
HtJindiuil for purity nnd exiellence.
In iev of the uiiin. IniltntioiiH of the
name, labels and wrappeut on their gonilH
coilMimclh sliollld iihK lor n nil be Hiiro
that tliey get the genuine at titles nuidu
at DouhcMei, Mas".
'I ho ratting of the Oullnw.
The wonderful strides of develop
ment in Oklahoma and Indian Territor
ies during the past thiee ears, and the
rapid advancement of civilization and
Christianity In thoso territories dining
that time, leave the outlaw no longer a
listing place on this continent.
Beautiful 'Itles, rich valleys and the .
rolling prairies of that country now
teeming with an industrious and enter- J
priFlng class of people take the plac
whciu Mull bauds wero teaming .it will ,
only a few short years ago. Tho peo
ple of that territory have as little to fear
from any further outrages from such a
source as those in the east, and such Is
the result of favorable legislation,
backed up by the courage, push and en
teipiise of the American piople.
lion in Ull) u t'iirrliig.
The gicat need of tho times is a con
dition whereby tho producer and con
sumer may deal with each other with
out the intervention of the middleman.
The common carrier should be the only
middle man. The Klkhurt Carriage and
Harness Co., of Hlkhart, Ind , deals di
lectly with the consumer. Their goods
are shipped anywhere for c.v.iininatiou ,
before sale, livery carriage, every set
of harness, every article sold, war
ranted Ono hundred stjles of carri
ages, ninety styles of harness and forty
one styles of riding saddles. Send for
their 1 13 page catalogue. This con
cern docs an extensive bu-incss
throughout the Tinted Mates
Wiint tlio fool does in tho cud, tlio Ue
mull loes iu the liviuillng
T I otl os of J'ImiV. Cute for Consump
tion cured nlo of n bud Hiir.' trouli c Mrs.
J. Nil hols I'rineetou, Ind , Mar. -"tl, 1 hill
Young uiuii. don t lie ulinld to t-oll votir
Imiidk at honest toil
Ni'rti JCittlorer. Sorlmalit r tiiritlrkiua'N un
lar-uucur. TrriilJfcttnnilS'JtllallniiUi'fi' ti
Iiick.. SiuU UiUi.KiiuiV.iJl Aitlihl.,1 i.ila.,1.
'i but Is I ut nn empty uio that is full of
other men's money
and ... ?
Washington Irving .said, lie supposed a certain hill was called
'Rattlesnake Hill" because it abounded -butterlies. The
'rule of contrary" governs other name. Sonic bottler are, sup
jxisedly, labeled " Sarsaparilla " because thev are full of . . .well,
we don't know what they arc full of, but we know it's not sarsapa
nllaj CNCept, perhaps, enough for a flavor. There's only one
make of sarsaparill.i tint can be relic J on to be all it claims. It's
Aycr's. It has no secret to l.eep. Its formula is open to .ill
physicians. This formula was examined by the Medical Com
mittee at the World's Tair with the result that while every other
make of !uriaparil!a was exiluded from the 1'atr, Ayer's Sarsapa
rillu was admitted and honored by awards. It was admitted be
cause it was the best .sarsaparilla. It received the medal a, the
best. No other siarsaparilla lias been so tested or so honored,
(jood motto for the family as well as the Tair: Admit the best,
exclude the rest.
Anjr ilaubt abot it? SutS tar the " CureUwL."
It LUU doubtt a(l curt dauLtcra.
AMreMt J.C AerCe., LocU, JliM.
llitvi iiiti Kuddeu elinuses of 'he wrnth
or tnnso llron. hlnl Tiouble 'Urowns
Hruurliiiil 'Jroihr-i'' wUIrIvo ctTcetUn relief
A dfioltful woinnu Icavod trncVs that A
llPRinnn' nntplmr Ira w Hit Cllyrrrlnr,
Oun I ImpiH-il IIhiiiH anil Kiwn, TmiiIt or "Viit !,
ClillWttlii,nlo. i (I.OIaikl.'o..Ni' llutrn.CU
How ii little plrl like to ny to n toy,
"Oh. jou'ie R"ing toititeh III"
Wlioi'tvr would lonrn liuw to talk well,
must lirxt lent n how to Veep still
HNever Out of Work. lh .,:i"S
Q inodtfroin PAINS and cmuotwurk. ST. JACOllS Oth
f will (Uio and fit them foi work when the chance comes.
5-j .-r-bZSS? Srf3
cc Your Battle Ax oryour
K Must have ft !
The largest piece of tgood
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly as!
rlarge as you get of other
'hi'gh grades for 10 cents'
HURRAH, FARMERS! SHOUT FOR JOY!
riot, lai'lrUnt )xutnt and rich nodtvt, f ndiicing litmcDilom liiy jMit ( I toO torn
rcrc), innoir tntde loislllt oncrcr toll. Innrrr cllut, tuln our J'ltri (J tut
r.d ClOTtrMliturti Youvtn't urtd to wait a lIMItae lor good fUrt of rrtuu, tor w
hiifrnlilrli,lf oulu pr.l.Mlll prodem k rouiln criin in Jlr. l'smnblttva
Orn Cc'turt, etc, Scutf poiUft T
WE PAY 84C0 IK COLD PBIZE8
OnOtli IlirUjrundCornl T In b g(cit yltld on Cllicr Mint Cimekil Bftutyi Oitiln
IWiwii2ir7lul.li.th tuililWii'a rt. Vsiru Uat that In IbDdand wln;W Our
new ttittd UttUy, OaU. C.ri and I'oUUin tlll ratuUllonlM rarmlni1 W mi lh larnfl
frnu of farm twdt In tin world' Our ttada produce ai lh editor of tlio llnral hew
iorkeraari-aTir aKarlr VIeaifD l'outn ielJed fur ma 7til Imahali iwt-&.- irn
tarl; tort jrlildi7S6laLel,'K
Splendid aorta, fine Tlelda.
tlio.IHittiaid lurkfi 1 lower
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Pltate Cut the Follov.lng Out and Send It
W;itlil2cntilni'ainll aod nt our tlr ratalume auU lample ut the Pumpkin Veilow
"aUrmclouccmUou' Catali.e alone 6c. toilage, V N
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FIELD AND HOG FENCE WIRE. r -
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Nothing on tlio mnrket I') luinruro
UNION FENCE COMPANY, DE KALB, ILL.
UI2TTER WALK A MILE that fair
to get a f-cent packngo of Cut and
Slash smoking tobacco if you want to
f-njoy a lonl good smoke. Cut and
Slauli cheroots nro ns good as many
5-cont cigars, and you got three for 5
rents. Sure to please
Tho admirers of it now Atchison ihvtor
nay ho enn ritlMi the dead
hat wi It late, dor IMaiotaoultlXOperlarrtl.
VEQETABLEB IN THE WORLD.
Onion 6ed onlr OJc per lb. 3H rkia. drill
pk(a. Carlleat Vegetable!
8edi,:Ue. CTcrytklat at bard tlmea prtcu'
CJiiuiity mid svordmnnfehlp Ilia best.
o Tor in II iiiloriiiutluii.
,n. aim. iw v. .v. dceo l,.ilt ths Torld's
vrt.iuuiill bira ii twima It bus nilucwl uu ciai vt
v:U.d liovet Iu 1 ti .U4i 1 a. It tins manj branch
. - lirl I 11.L. e. lit llllinl I au ll.l rmM.- A a..l a
uvuw, ' ruwiirs tv l,uuut SHU IVlI9
i ua uwi t n twii nuti uws i urniftii a
outr crtiua for lrs nionoj tban
oUie.-s. it inaJafo l'umpinc and
UtvoxJ, bel, Unlvanixod after
wwiuiiotiiHi 11 Hill mil l A IlllUtf
511(1 Uffaiil fjfaual ri-mm Cl ll... aJ..
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OriuLV'ia. On ttppllcatlmi It will name otto
.if lhl. .l.lu ..in. I. .pill ...i k ......a
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January 1st at 1-J the usual price It also main
Tajiks and lhimiw ut all klccn. Betid (or CitaJujue.
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rctiofj. ma. uwi.wcu ana i-tumore Mrttti, t&lcaxo.
THE LAND OF THE
BIG RED APPLE
Ik. Ull Cal la4 la ke kJ la 111 Cars Belt'
at Uw rricee.
VorlSl-OIUIATIOS ivuar.llm: land la Uurry Co.,
H. W. SalMHUUltl. wilw to i.xrt. Oca. A.
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ft uhutnur, IJainiidu-atiujjciUata. aitj atuco.
W. N. V , OMAHA-7 180U
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