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May 20, 1879
THE NERBASKA INDEPENDENT
GREAT SPECIAL SfllE W
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gThis is the greatest
Suit sale we have ever offered!
tThe prices are at least 20 per?
Scent lower than ever before.!
The goods are first class. You!
will be well 'pleased with any of i
these . suits. If you will - need a!
jsuit this spring : it will pay yon to
Jbuy nowf ii
adstrbets TRADE REVIEW.
No Visible Improvement. The Cubsn
Question a Factor.
Bradstreet's review of trade condi
tions for lost week says:
"Speculation in securitloebas become
simply an exehangeof contracts between
profeeaionol operators, and it I. also
scmewhat evident that the lame class
of atock market traders are inclined to
wait, aud take little interest iu the gen
eral proceedings. Uncertainty about
the outcome on the tariff is the principal
factor in inducing this hesllatiug spirit,
1-i -CI iWlTffM1
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and at the eud of the wwk the revi vnl of
tbe Cuban question at Washington, iu a
form which it is thought may reeult in
iction by congress and the eieeutive,
an ithe additional poeibitity lor em
broilmeot with SMin had a further de
preening and restrictive Influent.
KIHOttim AVI Kll H AS KKCVMITU
"The more cheerful ttne of the l.on
din aadrontm.nl al market, on the be
lief that the war bote tir and
Turkey would be brought to su iiniu
1 dieteeitd by the pnwvr. was rHtm
hreartyia mes. 11 im ni, no .
evr, rwult In Improvement in the
lAuii lntrl la Aintrk'Mii. aud 1-
uwalriira thrnkl en fur f It) ntftl
that the publie r!iul in Lotulou
are lrlinl to Ignore our neurit ire. At
the same time there hss wtir h
sign bsyiiig here r a in a Uy fur conti
' 'f . W ' I:
Our great leader. v A large size, well made 3
piece bed room suit, mirror 20x24 inches,
double tops, good drawer work. We have
about one dozen to close out.
Is our great special sale price ' on this chdval suit. Antique
color. Well made. A suit worth $ 17.00 anywhere. Mirror
17x30 inches, full size in every respect. Send for one.
nental account which was mainly con
fined to an inquiry for low priced etocks
and bonds of recognized roads, Union
racilic shares figuring more or less in
WBAT WUULO KXl'ORTS SHOW.
"The gold shipments forths week
amounting to f 2,750,000, are naturally
regarded las unfavorable, showing as
th.r do that despite the lower level of
exchange it is still possible for conti
nental governments and bankers to at
tract sNcie from this aid.
"Among th. favorable factors of mo
ment, the spring wheat outlook deserves
the first place, and la apparently re
epnimible for the show of strength made
by the granger storks. Western rail
road men are quoted as being sanguine
over the prospective mngultude of the
yield ned the "street cou.lee this fnrt
with v. oelief that large foreign dmnnd
for ji'tU tuffs will iwinlt in relatively
hi ,-ier ifHV. and thus bruit lit the Hurl.
( HUM qt'KaTios caii: MovtvieiT.
"The buying of stork has, however,
been of a very limited drripttn, and
eominlMtioa houwe are kept very idle,
thus showing plainly thai the public is
pretirlly out of the market. While
the evl.tng an been mainly fur short ne
eoiint, it Is also thought that the re
vival nl the Cutan iution has brought
nut quite an amount ot lung stock hVd
lor "ix-rulslive orrnunt.
"Kritlny the tnnriet was limited and
M.tr-tH.tmM, price deelialiig imi eniaU
transactions. At the eloae there ess
souurwbat better time aad slight re
Gets tliia square glass suit. Mirror
22x28 inches, swell tops on dresser
and wash stand. Suit is very well
made. Send us an order.
All goods carefully, packed free ot charge
and the freight paid 100 miles. Send
us a mail order. You will be pleased.
covery on intimations that the serious
ness of the Cuban situation nas oueu
An Army Bicycle Troop.
General Miles has detailed Lieutenant
J. A. Moss ot the 25th infantry U. S. A.
to organise a corpa of twenty troopers
to ride by bicycle from Miseoala to St.
Louis. The trip which Lieutenant Moss
and his negro soldiers will make begin
Junel. The route to be traversed ia
over th. most mountainous and diversi
fied part of th. United States, crowtlug
th. backbone of the continent at the
Hocky moiintain.aad lying across great
stretches ol rocky and sandy plains.
Snew In iwmiIUimI.
lottos, May 12. Very severe storms
have prevuiled over th. counties tf
llerkshire, I.lncoln.hir. and iiereeford
.hire. Ia Scotland there have been
heavy snow and hail storms and the
weather ha been as cold as during the
month of November. There was a sharp
ft'0t in this city and ia the inland
rouatte during the night.
Sl'IUVU III' MOK, eruption., htre
boils, plmpWe, sum. ar (wrWity and
permanently .urel by llcud's Hsrsa-
t unlia, tii (wet sprtng nieaictus sit l
Oue True HIihhI Pnrtner.
HOOll'S PII.UM ar ev U Hk, sy
to oirate. Cure iaJ'g'.tue, biliou.
tftJk A A Is our price on this dresser suit. Mirror
i) 14 11111 WX24 inches.
flie A A Buys you the cheval suit, with mirror
iJlDtUU Wo inches.
These two suits are strictly first class
and are great bargains. You can't miss
it on one of them.
Is our price on this standard bicycle
cyclometer. It is the No 2 size
made by the new York Standard
Watch Co. and retails everywhere
for $1.50. Each one fully warranted.
Send us a mail order for one.
PEOPLE'S HOME SAVINO LEAGUE.
It the Name of a New Society Organized
April 6, 1897.
There has ut been published aeon
stituMon and by-laws of a new society
known as the People's Home Saving
League that is destined to prove an im
portant factor in the education of the
common people. It hns for it field the
entire United States. The officers as
given in the pamphlet at hand are men
wuHy and favorable Known, lion, I..
II. tiillette of Dee Molnue.lowa, law part
ner of (Jeneral J. H. Weaver is pridat,
J. Burrows of Lincoln, Nebraska, Is sec
retary and general orgnniier, aad Hon.
J. ii. Power ot Lincoln, Nebraska is
chairman of the executive committee,
Hon. II. (i. Stewart of Crawford, Se
brska, is orgnniier for Nebraska.
The objects ol this orgsaiiation a set
forth ia th. preamble to the constitu
tion are declared lo be;
"To promote JutiA equality and fra
ternity among men.
To serure the Uane of all money by th
government only, in a it aad roastast
volume, which htt!l be a h-g-tt tt.dr for
all debts, and red amble in goveruinat
The uwurbi,"t and operation Lv th
gnverutnKt, or the tMiile. at w.t, for
th. ole, ol all railroad, telegraph
and leiephoM, and other pib'e mH
The iltrtn ii.in bv asy ls.l.l and
U-gitlmate mean., ot Uad moaupuly, .4
S rHiiir tt niHnaiiiinBuM.
Buys this cheval suit. Three pieces
well made and finished. Mirror
18x40 inches, antique
that every American citizen may own
his own home, where none can molest or
make him afraid.
The establishment of the principle of
direct legislation through the agency ol
the initiative and referendum.
It is understood that the organisers
will begin the work - at once. Those
wishing further information, blanks etc..
for the organiiatioa of leagues should
write to Jay Burrows, Linoola.Nebraska.
WitleOM R.asree Doiltr. BeH for .ay
mm t i auut fc that mi set be tsn4 by HaU's
Ceta rk t'.i.
r.i. nlCMIT A CO- rnH. T.Mo.'O.
tor Ik. Im IS twi sad Mlave klai MfSMtty
kaa.ll Is ail kMlacaa trMMtlo aJ laaa
ttmiif mM to rty eak say eMIf.Uvs.
e ! 4 Traat. Wk Preentala, Toleda, 0
WkidtttS.fc.iaa. MMtts, Wkvtoaeie P(S
M, 1 ulaUu, O.
tuii'.t .rr Csr. Is Uk. tatoraallv. atiae
Slrarily e Ut kinw ak4 mu MrtM ut ifca
,. Vtkm, iu ft kUb ki ail dris-
T nua.a ay.
An N room hou and lot ia Lincoln.
Nebraska, to trade fur land in Ksssas
or Nebraaka. J. It. Ilnyok,
M. trl. Linroia, Nl.
The ImrritnKvr I year II 00,
PsMiaa LiMitnTonrj c r prnw
lu.iu.is tir tus Vn. 0.t,UlUrV,
Eye.Car.Nase and ; iiusth
Throat a. Lincoln, Mi
Iluuf'rom 80t4 IJ 30 Ato; 3 ta3knt,
if 'M I:
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THE BEB BEATEN.
Court Holds that th. Ai&ocimted Pres.
Most Supply News to All
The suit of the Omaha Bee against the
I Associated Preaa to prevent the Joarual
and World Herald from wearing tele
graph new. on the ground that the Dee
had a contract for the exclusive right to
the service in Omaha and for a radius of
60 milen around waa decided adverse to
the Bee. The court holds that the Asso
ciated Trees must famish news service to
all of the paper on the sume . terms.
The decision ot the court reads 84 fol
"That under the contract with said
plaintiff and the said Associated Press
and the by-laws constituting a cart of
said contract, the said Associated Press
was authorized and empowered to fur
nish under contraet with said defend
ants, the World Publishing company.,
and the Nebraska State Journal asso
ciation, its news report, without the con
sent of the plaintiff, the Itee Publililu(r
company, and that, independent of said
by-laws and contracts, toe said Asso
ciated Press wonld be compelled, nnder
the statutes nf Nebraska, and the law of
the land, to furnish its said report to
the said World Publishing company and
Nebraska State Journal Association
Sik.ne Washington D. C.
DIIAMiriS PERHONAE. .
Father, small boy, congressman.
Hon Father, what is a populist?
Father Oh. a wild-eyed, long-haired,
S rather, who is that big man with
the close cut hair and quiet mauuer who
is speaking now?
t That is Allen of Nebraska.
S Who is he father?
F On, he's a populist.
8 Where is the man who won' we -
F He is over there: the one with the
clerical look and the sharp tongue. '
H-Wny wont be wear socks, ratnerr
F Hush, boy; he does wear socks; that
was only a Joke. He told these fellow
that lots of people in Kansas were too
poor to wear socks, and the people her
l thought tnat was luuny ana cauea Dim
S-Wbydothey call Beed "Czar?"
F Because he is a "little father"
along the road to despotism than any
of his predecessors,
u roiuur, nuai pivbUivB at v bumt
F Those, my son, are pictures of the
8 What war waa that?
F Ob, a war we bad with England
about taxes on tea and other things.
8 What ore these congressmen here
F Ob. they are trying to arrange to
tax everything we eat, drink and wear.
8 Who la to pay these taxes?
F The people. Now shot up.
8 Why did the Americana fight Eng
land for taxing them and then tax them
F Hush, boy, or yon will grow up to
be a .
8 Why do tbey call Washington the
F Because iu is the capital.
Ob. I thought it was because the law
makers made capital here, bad capital
time and deserved capital punishment.
8 Does McKlnley go banting, tatnerr
F No, my son the office seekers art
A Terriblu fihugnter. ' .
The victorious march of th? Turkish
army through the blood of murdered
victims is appalling; but the terrible
slaughter of prices, on men's clothing,
by 11. U. leech & Co., 183185 Dear,
born street, Chicago, causes us to shud
der and wonder why this Arm should
sacrifice such excellent values. Never in
the history of merchandising have suits
been made from the same quality of
goods and sold at such low prices.
Why tnts awiui slaughter 01 quality,
workmanship and price? Following the
law of "cause and effect' we return to
H. C. Leech & Co., for the cause, they
answer "We are determined to increase
obt business by giving quality, style
and service, with fit and finish equal to
any tailor-made garment at prices be
low ine reacn 01 competition." iveed we
add that the effect is apparent? Already
many are taking advantage ot this
special order and we advise every reader
to send to this reputable firm for their
clothing. They have large facilities;
tbey nave large quantities of goods; bat
every garment they make gets the ut
most care and attention. The mult m
that all their goods in style, fit and serv
ice are positively guaranteed to give
satisfaction in every respect. Write to
them for simple and be convinced by
your own judgment that, excellent qnal-
ltyanaa veryiow price, are combined
in this special offer. Their ad appears
on page 8 of this issue.
Kverybody lavs .
Cascai-eta Candv Pathartifl. tka mmt
wanderful medical discovery ot the age,
Dleaaant add refniahinar ta th taata ant
gently and positively on kidneys, liver
and bowels, cleansing the entire aystoa,
dispel colds, cure headache, fever habit
ool constipation and billousnssa. Please)
buy and try a box of a C C. today 10,
25, 50 cento. Sold and guaranteed to
ear by all dmgsriats.
la(aQatifm,csais, lidn.j andStonaak
It U but the truth to say that haad
eeda of people suffering from above aad
ether disease have been cured or greatly
beaefltted bv th nee ol the mediciaal
waters at Hot Springs, a D. If yea or
Interested, addreee for particular, A. ft.
FMding.tlty TkktAgat Northwester
Line, 1 IT South T.sth St., Lie , Nekv
Meellng ef the Sanrrne laanrll
Catbatie Aaiglita f Akierlra , . ,
Monu.it, Alamu, May '91
I'oe thalHie orrusioa agent,
nf the Mobile A Ohio railroad at
ttiket station wilt eU tiWt la
Mutiiln en eotttraat raUii'tt
oa iis ttoi-Kt Taif,
Tarts will b hiU Msv Via to
1 3th Intluaiv, lil.ll. tor r.turt
peaeage to May If, lu.
Mouit X Ouai IL It CoMeAr,
tiea. l'awwagir iHofmrtiat at.
Mobile, April do, lot) 7.
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