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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1893.
from the system,
will cure you.
Adjusts Itsolf to any
Han two Rows of
Will hold Hamoe
n plac bettor than
ony ?t,her Collar.
Hv n 1'uw'JHorc of Tiioae
AIro large Hue of luiriicM, Ace.
Call and ace mo IT you want
J. L. MILLER,
The Veteran llurncaalflan.
R A Sittipsoi,
Blae Hill Neb.
Notice to 'readier.
Notice in lioroby given that I will
examine all pcrac-nii who may desire
to offor themselves us candidates for
tcuohors uftho public hoIiooIh of thi
couuty, at Red Cloud on the third
tiaturduy of eaoli tuuuth.
Special examination? will bo held
on tbo Friday proceeding tbo 3d Hat
urday of each month.
The standing required fur 2d and
3d urado certificates in tlio enme no
grado below 70 per cent., average 80
por cent; for Cist grado certificate
no grado below 80 por cent,, average
90 per cent, in all branches required
D. M. Huntzr, County Supt.
A nice line of
Cuffr and collar nuttoua, neck
chulna, lace ptiia, stick plan,
Ilatd and solid ullvenvarn, souvenir fimnus,
! I handled Knlo and forks. chuIiik sets,
calllnir card cases, bnn txm boxen anof othei
Bovflik. A lino lino of M'lx'tiiclcs mid cjo
itlkt'Hlln ItitfrcluuiK.ililo loniie.s, Hteel. nickel
ullver and iiold frames, Hpcclnl and careful at
tention paid lo titling the co. My Hue of '.'nd
liumt watches Is iiilio largo. I will run them on
at less iliiin their actual worth.
arjiriiiu our vwtteli, clock Mid Jewelry ie
pair work, your onurawuit aud your old gold
Qd sliver to me.
Ucfery Ccok'n Drug Store.
tllvl if fi tfl 2-sA
mi Wit I MKJ.Zrrj
A. rrctlcl Dotation for Much
Question In Kttlquctt.
The question of street car politeness
or gallantry may be regarded an Bottled
In l'arln if the decision of one of tho
leading papers, tho Flgnro, may bo
taken an final. Inasmuch as we liavo
hail a great deal of alucnsslon upon
thin namo subject in this country, tho
views of tho French journnl and somo
of Its fair correspondents mny be Inter
esting to New Yorkers. A correspond
ent nskd tho Figaro if a gentleman
seated In nu omnibus or a tramway,
with nil tho scats occupied, should glvo
up his place to a lady the moment alio
appeared nt tho door. Tho Parisian
journal says that in a public convey
ance each one should occupy tho place
for which ho has paid. This, it says,
Is the opinion of tho majority of our
readers, and particularly tho society
ladies who never wear diamonds in an
omnibus. They don't admit that ladles
should accept the politeness, or rather
tho service, of gentlemen whom they
do not know. Ono of them gives this
opinion: "When a lady Is contented
with tho cheap means of locomotion
provided liy the omnibus companion nhc
accepts all the conditions. In nil cities
who.ro there aro omnibuses, tramways
and other public vehicles a woman can
sec Immediately whether thcro Is
room Inside or not. If, on bcclng
that there is no vacant place,
she nevertheless enters the car sho
takes a position which she ought to
sustain. To permit a man to disturb
himself for her when sho might wait
for another car if It wan impossible for
her to remain standing, would bo an
evidence on her part of a want of
good breeding. It Is very easy for
her to thank tho gentleman nega
tively and politely In n few short
words, so that tho incident my
not bo prolonged. Nothing can bo
more annoying for seated travelers
than this mutual exchange of so-called
courtesies, and congratulations which
goes on at their knees and threatens
their feet, perhaps mora or less af
flicted with corns. Ilcmaln seated,
gentlemen, remain seated; tho ladles
cannot complain of that, without giv
ing satisfaction to those men who re
proach them for their want of logic.
Slnco they Insist upon equality beforo
the law, with nil tho rights and priv
ileges of men, they should put up with
all that men have to endure. A woman
In an omnibus should remain standing
when there Is no vacant seat, just as a
man does under tho same clrcum
atances." Another correspondent says:
"Ilcmaln seated, gentlemen; you can
do it without a breach of politeness.
When flno ladles with their diamonds
take the omnibus or the tramway, do
not disturb yourselves for them, for If
you do you will only be a dupe; but if
you sec a poor woman carrying a child
or a bundle then give her your place
immediately. That is not politeness;
it is simply duty, possibly charity."
AN ODD BEGGAR.
He Tt Hoe;, anil a llrirmrkably Intel
llgnt Oar. Too.
One afternoon, while strolling along
the Callo Anclia, in Cadlr, 1 met sever
al acquaintances ut tho corner of that
street and tho l'laza Constitution, snya
a writer in Harpcr'H Young People.
We stopped for a friendly chut, and
were about to separate when my at
tention was attracted to a handsomo
French poodle dog nt my side, seated
on his haunches and looking up in my
face. Ills comical little cauntcnanco
expressed no much Intelligence that I
stooped and patted him on tho head,
when ho commenced barking and vio
lently working his forelegs after tho
manner of dogs who have bceu taught
"What can ho wish?" eald I. "Surely
not my cigar?"
Hut haviug 6ccn dogs who were fond
of tobacco I held my cigar toward him.
As boon as ho smcllcd It ho snorted and
bounded away, only to return immedi
ately uud resume) lilr, previous; position.
1 was now puzzled, but hcelng sever
al beggars in tho neighborhood con
cluded that he belonged to one of them
und dculrcd a piece ot money. Talcing
a largo "copper" from my pocket I
held It beforo his eyes. So grout were
Ills munlfcttatlouh of delight that I
was certain that I hud divined his
wants. I threw tho money to him,
which ho caught in lib, mouth, and run
ning acrosu the btrcot disappeared in u
To our astonishment ho emerged
from the shop la a few moments, bear
ing in his mouth :i neatly wrapped
bundle. Ono of my friends tried to
take it from him, but ho would not al
low this, and insisted on placing it ut
my feet. I picked It up, removed tho
wrapper, and found a largu bun dusted
with Migar. This ho ato with great
relish. Wo remained for awhilo to see
if ho would bcMego another passer-by;
but no, ho had hud euough for tho pres
ent, aud, colling himself up in tho door
way, settled down for a quiet nap,
This exhibition of intelligence I think
worthy of note, and particularly m for
the vent on thnt tho dog was apparent
ly acting Independently, there being
no ono near to prompt or direct him.
Coiitlueil boil ml,
The intensity of confined sound is
finely illustrated at Causbrook castle,
Islo of Wight, where thcro Is a well
two hundred feet deep und twelve feet
in diameter, walled and lined with
smooth masonry. Although this Is an
unusual depth for a well even in tho
Krltish isles, yet when a piu is dropped
into it tho sound of striking tho Mirf aco
of tho water ono hundred and eighty
two feet below can be distinctly
heard. In a cast-iron wator pipo of
Paris, which forms a continuous tubo
with only two slight crooks, aud thobo
Dear It, middle, tho lowest whisper at
ono cud may bo distinctly heard at tho
other, although the pipe Is three- thou
sand ono hundred and twenty feet in
length. When somo experiments in
this lino were being conducted a pibtol
tired at ono end of tho tubo uctuully
blow out a lighted candle, held ut tho
other end aud violently ejected tho
shavings, feathers, paper, etc., which
had been placed in tho cud of tho plpo
by tha experimenters. .-
THE STREET CAR
FiirnUlicil Expressly for The
Chief for Webster County.
Cop) righted by W. T. Foster.
Sr. Jo.ski'H, Mo., Sept. 8. My last
bulletin gave forecasts of tho storm
wavo to cross the continent from Sep
tember 8lh to 13th, and the next will
reach the Pacific coast about tho 13,
acros'jjtbo western mountains by close
of tho Mth, tho great central valleys
from the 15th to 17th, and tho eastern
states about tho 18th.
This disturbance will be of nioro,
than nvcrago force, and will cause
sovcro winuVand heavy rains in limit
ed areas as it passes eastward.
'i'i. .mi i i
mu v, ai in nave win urunn iiiu west
ern mountains about tho 13th, the
great central valleys about tho 15th,
and the caslorn states about the 17th,
The cool wave will cross tho west
ern mountains about the 16th, the
great central valleys about tho 18th,
and the eastern states about the 20th,
Tho August West India hurricanes
seriously affect tho weather on the
continent during August, causing
iluctuations of temperature and, to
somo extent, breaking up tho pcriodio
changes in the weather. I am not
yet able lo forcoast, accurately, these
hurricanes, although I know about
tho tiuto to expect them. To miss
their dates a few days causes errors
in all the weather forecasts for about
tha time I hoy arc in the vicinity of the
West Indies, aud as thoy move very
slowly, thoy sometimes interfero with
our weather for ten days at a time.
Very early frots in the United
States are caused by West India hur
ricanes, and the frost tint occurred
along our northern borders about
August 2Sth, was caused by thchurri
canes that did so much damage along
the coast from Florida to New York.
Hurricanes throw immense quan
tities of atmosphere to g:cat elevations
and when tho atmosphere rises in otic
pluce, it must cotuo down in another
The coming down that results from a
West India hurricane begins in the
upper Missouri river vullojn, forming
an unusually large and high barome
ter, in which the cool air pours down
Those h'gh barometers aro usually
about 2,000 miles northwest of the
hurricanes, and if viewed from one of
the other planets, would appear as a
largo dark spot; dark becauso the at
mosphere is nioro attenuated, thinner'
more expanded in a high baromoter
than low one, and tho weather is
As seen from outside of our atmos
phere, this high barometer would have
a spiral motion, with the sun's move
ment, or with tho movements of the
watch hands, while tho hurricauo
would appear to reverse all this. Its
whirl would bo against tho sun, con
trary to tho movement of the watch
hands, and around tho eentor the
wralhcr would bo cloudy or hazy.
At tho top of the hurricane the elec
tric current hurries tho clouds awaj
towrads the noithwcst where the molt
turo is decomposed and becomes trans
parent as it enters tho top of the high
barometer. That moisture is carried
down to the earth through tho spiral
whirl of tho olectrio currant, and is
deposited as a heavy dew or a hoar
In my letters of July 8th and 15th
I gave warning that August would
bring most remarkable weather and
very destructive storms. Over 1,000
oharts for that month wcro sent out
to tho readers of theso letters, warning
them of destructive storms to follow
August Mth and 21th. Tho storms
were well timed, but took aroutomore
to tho south tbau was calculated,
July, August and September aro
the hurricano months, and altogether
theso storms eonstituto tha most in
teresting feature of the weather,
millions of dollars' worth of property
and hundreds of lives are lost around
the gulf of Mvzioo and along the At
lantic coast by these dreadful storms,
and tho frosts caused by them in
August and September in our northern
states aro the greatest of all dostroj
crs of our crops.
Tho dates of theso hurricanes and
tho resultant fiosts may certainly bo
known, if tho right efforts wcro madei
by tho National Weather bureau.
No effort has ever been mado to give
us a comploto record of tho great
storms, and no effort to learn their
causes. Money appropriated by the
government for these purposes, would
J bo well spent.
Nearly all the valuable discovsrirs
havo been mado by and at tho privae
expenso of individuals. Much greater
progress could bo made were it not
for tho want of funds oven by tho in
dependent investigator, but when one
is ensconced in a government position
with a Gxcd salary at his back and a
million dollars for exponses all prog
ress appears to cease and it may be
host, probably is best, that progres
sive men bo left unsupported to dig
their way through tho great Chinese
wall of prcjudioo on tho put of tho
people, delving into almost the past
uitding out laws of nature.
Those tropical storms arc the great
est drawbacks to tho bucccss of mj
work, and I must discover their
A Million l'ricmln.
a rnond in nceu is a fnond indeed, and
not less than ono million peoplo have
found just such a friend in I. King's
New discovery for consumption, coughs,
and colds. If you havo never used this
groat cough medicine, one trial will con
vince you thnt it lms wonderful curative,
powers in all diseases of throat, chest nnd
lungs. Each bottlo is guaranteed to do
nil that is claimed or monoy will bo re
funded. Trial bottles froo at C. L. Cot
ting'u drug store. Largo bottles 0o and
liny ! Hay ! Hay !
Kids will bo received nt tho lied Cloud
Marble Works for 50 tons of tlrst class
prairie liny, to bo delivered nt Hod Cloud
nil properly stacked nnd weighted. Hay
to stand in the stuck .'lo days boforo it is
measured. 8 cubio foct to constitute a
City Cab Line.
H. K.Hart proprietor, Hun tonll trains
and to all parts of city. TcruiB very
A Webftcr county farm, of KJ0 acres,
with well finished frnmo house, stable,
100 ncrct) fenced in to pasture, over .10
head of cattle, over 10 hogs, ovor :!00
bushslB of corn; offer all for u abort tune
for tho Hintill mini of 82,100. A good
prnirio farm of let) acres witli no im
provements, prico 81,0.10. 80 acres in
Jewel county. Kansas, 91,100. 80 ucres
in Jewel county Kuiipiib, 81..'J00. Im
proved WnbBter county farm of 1(H) acres,
prico f-'.OOO. (ikoiuik O. Ykiher, ngt,
tied Cloud. Neb.
500 Farm Loiuin.
I can mako a few 8500 choice farm
loans just now. J. II. Bailey, lied
Uucklcn'H Arnica Salvo.
The best salve in tho world for cute,
Uruisos, Bores, Ulcers, Salt rhuiirn, fover
Boreo, totter, chnpped linnde, chilblains,
corns, nnd all skin eruptions, and post
tivoly cures piles, or no pay required. It
is gunrnntoed to give perfect satisfaction
or monov rofundod. Price 25 cents per
oox. roreaio byuotting- tt
First CltiNN Hoarding
Mr. S. Daylcs wishes to announco to
tho public that he is prepared to take
boarders at $3.50 per week, sleeping
moludcd. Apply at 4th Avenue
Coal, Flour and Feed.
Don't you forget thut L. P. Al
Jo ght soils more coal, flour or feed for
$ 1 than any one. See him.
Agency Fire, E.l(litnlnr and Tor
Written in tho best nnd oldest com
panies, at lowest rates. CulliindBcnmo
Olllco over post office, lied Cloud, Nob
A New Joke
On tho liver. When it is out of order
nnd you fool blue, try u few doses of
lleggu'Littlo Giant Pills. Your liver will
nppreciato the joke. So will you. For
hiiIo by Doyo Ac Grice.
I'uiiipM and Windmill.
I have a flue line of pumps and
windmilic, and if you want nny of
them you should seo me for prices
James Pkteiison, Hod Cloud,
A. II. C.
Asthma, Hronchitis and Consumption
result from n neglected cough or cold.
Don't neglect but cure promptly with a
few doses of IleggB' Clurry Cough Syrup
Sold by Deyo & (irico.
Of Course IIm a Bargain.
I paid 81,700.00 cash foi tho Shlrey
property nud now offer tho aame for 81,
800.00. fl,7(M5.00 cash , and 891.00 (mar
gin) on or boforo 12 months, at 7 per cent
Thia pioparty would bo cheap nt 82.500,
in good times, John M. Ciuitin.
To many Indies is how to keop their
hair in curl on rainy daya. The Kolution
in easy. Ask Doyo &, Clrico for Nonpar
eil Hair curlor nud tho puzzlo will bo
When IUby was sick, we gate bnr Culorl.
When sho was a Child, sho cried for Costorla,
When sho became Miss, she clung to Costorla,
When the had Children, she gave them Castorla,
Children Cry for
Children Cry fot
Children Cry for
A Talk About the Art nnd Iti Danger by
"Snake charming has becomo a com
mon thing nowadays," said u profes
sional snake handler to n Phlludelphlu
Timos man after rending tho account
of "Dot" Sonwcll's mishap, "and tho
danger about tho work Is just sufficient
to attract somo people Yes, there Is
always danger unless tho poisonous
fangs aro extracted. It Is almost Im
possible to charm, or rather drug somo
species of snakes so that they can al
ways bo depended upon. Thoy nro a
treachorouu set, and more so when they
havo tho poisonous fangs in their
mouth. They know right away when
these fangs havo been extracted. They
seem to lose their prldo and ferocity,
and they will try to bneak away rather
than to offer defiance. I havo known
tho fiercest diamond-back ever brought
from Florida to cool down as tamo as a
lamb when tho poison fang was taken
out. Most of tho snakes handled by
charmers on tho stage nro harmless so
far as poisoning nnyono Is concerned.
It should bo a crime, too, to let those
with the fangs In bo exhibited.
"What nro tho secrets of Bimkc
charming? Oh, well, they aro simple
simpler than most people Imagine.
In tho first placo tho snako has to bo
handled gorged with food so thnt It Is
sleepy and quiet. Then it is drugged
so that its senses aro dazed and quiet.
Sometimes they aro put In boxen con
taining Ico und tho cold puts them Into
a semi-torpid condition. In either case
tho snako Is very gcntlo and only half
In possession of Its senses. Then tho
snako cbarmcr uses certain motions in
handling tho reptile, and by dint of
dexterity and strength tho snako Is easi
ly passed from hand to bund nnd allowed
to coll 1th slimy lengths over arms, legs
and body. Tho exhibitor, however,
must bo constantly on the alert. When
tho snako becomes too lively itlstimo
to replaco It In tho box. The hand
must always grasp It at certain places
where the head can be guided und held
from tho body. This Is tho hardest
thing tho charmer has to learn, but It
comes with practice. If handling a
reptllo with tho poisonous fangs In ono
must bo strong and In perfect health.
Any nervousness or temerity might
cost him his life. Tho grasp and
movements must bo precise and ac
curate. Thcro Is no room for hesitancy
or uncertainty, and tho strain on ono's
system during tho performance is
great. Tho charmer is really toying
with death and death in ono of its
most horrlblo forms."
BIG LOBSTER POUND.
A Million of tho Tootluotue bhelMtti
Hblpped from It Yearly.
There is a lobster farm or pound, ns
it is called twelve acres in extent at
Southport, Me. The Host on Olobo de
scribes this pound, tho most successful
on tho coast, whence ono million lob
sters are shipped each year. Tho pound
Is formed by building a solid dam
across a tidewater cove. This dam
docs not quite rise to high water mark,
but across tho top is placed n fence of
iron rods, permitting u dally changu of
water, and preventing the lobsters from
escaping. In tho spring und fall busi
ness is most brisk. When tho Usher
men bring tho lobsters to the pound
tho "fish," as they nro called, nro
hoisted to tho dam, measured, nud
those which aro moro than ten and
onb-hulf inches long, tho legal limit,
ore thrown in. If a lobster is clever
his life in the pound may be long nnd
full of joy. If ho is stupid ho will bo
fished out with a drag bcine and packed
in a barrel, with a piece of ico for a
pillow, and sent to lloston. The scino
is made of stout twino and is weighted
at tho bottom with a heavy chain.
Along tho top Is a row of corks, which
sustain tho weight of tho belno while
tho chain drags on tho bottom of the
pound. A single cust of this seine will
bring up lobsters enough to fill eleven
barrels. Tho chain as it sweeps nlong
tho bottom btlrs up the lobsters, which
immediately shoot backward into tho
6lack twine. In taking them out the
men wear heavy mittens, though even
then they aro often nipped. In the
pound tho lobsters aro fed on salt her
ring, men rowing about in skiffs and
pitching tho herring overboard. This
is called "feeding tho chickens," und
It takes about six barrels to innko a
light lunchoon for tho flock. Thero
nro said to bo u number of old hard
shells in tho Southport farm which for
years have evaded tho casts of tho
drag. Two of enormous sizo havo be
come quite tame and crawl about in tho
shallow water. Tho ago of the lob
ster is n.debatcd question. Tho small
markctablo specimens aro generally
supposed to bo from four to bix years
old, but somo lobsters nro believed to
live to tho green old age of twenty-five
Tcoplo tho world over havo used tho
dark lines and spots on tho face of tho
moon as n basis of conjecturing nil
sorts of fanciful pictures. To somo
they nppenr as an aged man, bearing a
bundle of sticks or fagots on his back;
to others they represent tho faco of a
beautiful woman. Tho ono hundred
and ono other moon myths cannot bo
considered in this "note," which is
solely intended to explain Indian be
lief. Tho red men, who inhabit tho
wholo western continent between tho
Ilocky mountains nnd tho Cnbcado
rango, believo that tho spots on Luna's
face represent tho form of a gigantic
A Quaint Suporitltloti.
At race tracks persons desiring to
bet on the result frequently mnnago to
touch tho hump of a hunchback, be
lieving that this will bring good luck.
According to tho beliefs of ancient
Arabians and Genmuns, hunchbacks
wcro tho pets of fairies. Tho latter
frequently removed or Increased tho
humps, and hunchbacks who hud thus
been treated by tho fairies wero sup
posed to possess bomo mystic power.
Thoy wero supposed to bring good
luck, and this might bo imparted to
persous'who caino into contact with tho
hump's the falrlcB had given thcta.
f MllllsTltNCIiurt1i-Ser Ires .Him.l.ix nt li):;o
v it in iiml ?'in it in Uiiti.t K t,i i.,w.t .. . .. ' .
II III 1111(1 7:30 li III! SlIlld.M "hoot litUiiiii'In
Y I'HC i: ntil
0:30 p in ami Y I- 8 O i: Juniors at
riONllii:!ATION.Vt. nuucli-rtcrWcesat to-
an a in, and 7 :,'Wi i in: Sunday ctmn1 at 1 1 im
u in, Vl'hO K at
io.3upm:imi y rso K Juu-
lors at 4 i in
MKTIIonisr (litirrli-Mntru at lo.:to a. m
iitn!7:3U n,m.. Knwortli League nt C:30ii.
m. Hiuuliiy .school ut 1 1 :.io i. in . '
nk. !y appointment.
I Ullli:it.N l'liiiicli-Kory third Sunday
" inornlim nt In o'clock.
(jAllIUI.SUl'liuivli cr Ices by appointment,'
lA"l7iisrciiiirch-0.(i riKiita'r sViMi-i- Sun
' tiny school (rcuular) at noon. Ji y r u fti
u:.i'i i in.
fillAl'lIl, sunuaY!ich(ioliu3i in uu'iy hun"--
A O U W K.icli alternate Tuesday oeiilng.
li:N Ailhcin Ixxlgc NolSOf IOO V every Mon-
lf O'l) IllKlit.
piAI.ANTIIi:i.odKi'No!,Knlulit8 ot l'jthhw
s Tlnirnil.iv cvcnlni;. "
I'll Cloud Loiljit) Nu mis. Modem Woodmen
JV ot Ann rlcit. nltcrn.Uo Wednesday oenlin; V '
rAI.I.l'.Y l.odce No n, l'ratcnial Order of Pro-
tHCtors, III si und third Monthly ot each
CIlAltirY l)iluo No 51 A I' and A M each
1'ililny ociiliiK on or liefoio thu full moon.
Ui:i Cloud Chapter No 111, It A M alternate
Thins lay eeiiliiK.
Ci YIU'.Nl'. Commaudury No II alternate 'lluirs.
' diy uvenliiK.
CMIAKITY Clnptcr Kaitcrn Star No 47 alter
' nato T'pjiduy exeiiliitf.
GAKl'lD.l) rnstNnsaU A It Monday eeii
liu: on or hetoru the full moon.
GAlti'llU.li V K () No 14 meets alternate Sat
urday nflci noun.
omof Vrtcr.ms Monday rteiilim.
H KA1.KY t'ump No '.'3, S or V Tuesday ee-
SlIUtMAN Clrclo Noli, ladles of tho O A It
llrst and third S.Uuiday oenlnc.
RKIl CI.OUU nituieit No IS f.oynlMstlc !.ei
. Ion ol Aineilca llrst und third Friday ec
nlns. I'rolmtc Notice.
Wriitier county f
In, tin matter of the estate of I). C. Kniclser.
id ce ised '
To all persons Interested In tho cstato of 1). C.
Yen arc ho itchy uotlllcd that on tlio 'r.th day
of August, Ikm, Anna i:. Sinclcr admlnislra-
tiivolsald estate Hied her verllled petition In
tlio county court of our sildcouutv of Webster
nsKliig for u final settlement, for the allowance
of the uicotuit lllcd In slid county court on tlio
tii d.iv of August, lnni, and tor , dlschaiw as
iidmiulstratiix of said estate.
Ynti nro further notified that the hearing on
said petition will ho h id In tho county court
room of said county on thu 2ath day of hepteia
bcr, IWJ, at 1! o'clock, p. in,
JAMKn UUl'l'Y, County Judge.
AND OTHER DISORDERS OFTKE KIDNEVS
CAN BE PERMANENTLY CURED BY USING"
DR. J. H, MCLEAN'S
LIVER KM KIDNEY
It Is a earo and unrolling remedy for all
Kidney Troubles, Liver Disorders
aud Female Irregularities
Price Ono Dollar Fer Bottle.
Tho Dr. J. II. McLean Mcdlclno Co.,
8T. LOUIS, MO.,
or iniormannn ana rrco Handbook wrltfl to
-MUNN co.. Sol 11 no in wat, tir.vr Tour.
Oldost bureau Tor Rcciirlns patents In America.
Mrerr rntcnt taUcn out tijr n ts brnuKlit before
tbo public by a uutlco git tu frcs ot cliurga In tb
tarcMt circulation of any sclentiflo paper In tha
world. BiilumUUly Illustrated. No IntHHernt
man should bo wltliouv It. Weekly, n.'I.IMI a
J car I t.'iOiilz niomlia. Addresa MIINN A CO
uuueuiiiis, Util Uroadiray, Nsw Vork City.
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Sewing - Machines
S. 13. COZAD
Has ji fino lino of Sowing Ma
chines nml Organs from $25
Also keeimull KIiiiIm oi' niaelillie
NupiillcM, oea rcptilrliiK
liroitiplly. Call iiutl aee me.
CIiiiIcmH lloppi, t'.iiiuli lloppc. I V. Till
Icjs. Trustee, and liiiriih.iin liillcjs-Co., do
fcn.l.tuts, will iHiai notii i ih.it on tlio inih day
"! a!!t,",'"' l!',J:',l,".",''H N; '"own. Trustee,
pliilutlil liHcin, llUd his pflltlon In tlio district
coin t of cl-ir county, Nebinska. acalnst
tin iibo.u niimcil ilelfiulaiits, tho object and
piajerof whb;li h In (ou-clnsoii cciuln mort
Bine fxeiuteil bv l.cls I'. Ihimmvl ami Hello
Hummel, liW wlfo. to tlio raid I.. W.TulliiTS,
I iii'teo. upon tint south. east iiiiartrr of sccilou
tweiity.foui on) In township one () not 111, In
raimo tweho U.') noitli ot Hut sixth p.m. in
Webster ifliimi, Neliinsk i.tohecuro tliu pav
uicntof aieitalu piniiiisory note dated Juno
1st, lS7, for tho sum of turo, and Inteicftcnu- J
pons tlieielo attiuliid.duo,iiidpaablolnfHo''
jc.ir.s fioiu ilatittheieof
That sinl nolo mm coupons iiudmortRago nro
'Ihntn.ild land Ins been roiicjcd to tho do
fciidHiiti'h.iilcs II, lloppc, who i.srtunieil and
nmiTd to n B.ild iuirttiK". l'lalnillf prays
forndecicoof ;toivlosiiru ami that n.ild pteui
Iscs may Iw Hold to si,tsfy tbc aiiioiint due.
You an iciiilicil to answer h.iIiI petition on
01 before. Momiuv ihc ft I day of Oiitoher. lt!)J.
Dated August, n. iwi. '
.Iamfh N, llno"V, trostef, plalhltlt,
jiy a, ii, Hii.iMii.ESK nit uiioiuey.
4 Sclentiflo American
& Agenoy for
lIP'rfrffiirJ'Tn LL mSP
i Tin aaA '.ka