The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, January 06, 1898, Page 5, Image 5
January 6, 1898 the Nebraska independent. NR. FDMISTEN'S VIEWS Fh von Steps to Unitt all Faottons of the Populist Party. SUOOESS THEN IS ASSURED, Would Adopt tho Referendum Plan and Befer it to tho National Committee. Hewilor llutler'. I'onlllou, Mcnator Marlon Kuller Im written a letter to Mr, Jumea It. Ferrl of Jollet, 111., who l chuirmuii ( the executive committee of tho National Jlolorni Pre AMooiutlou. that look towanN h re uniting of alt tho faction of the popu Hat party, In thin letter to Mr. Ferrl Bona tor lintlt-r any: "I will gladly ubmlt Urn queMtlon of a iififloiiHl committee meeting to tho full committer whenever requested to do mo by thoxM authorised to repreenut tho NhmIivIIIo ooiiforotine, or by any other element or (action of tho party, or whim- . ii . ...... 1 . t ever requeeteu ny any hi ran mumuor 01 tlm national committor under th rnfr endum plan, a provided for In thu plan of organisation of our parly, ami, be. ld, 1 will urgeu meeting at the enrliot poMMible day if there I tho leuet propect of harmony orclninc to do any good. Hut up to thi hour 1 have not. been re- niieefed by t ho committee of the Ninth vllle conference to cull a meeting of tbe national committee, nor nave i ever been officially informed that a roeolutlou wan pawiil reoutiMtliig audi a meeting, leee that tlmr i an effort in certain auartr to try and create the Impre Dion that I hnvo b"n requeetod by iIiohm ropreMontlng the Nashville conference to cull a meeting of the national committee end that 1 have rofiiMed to do no. I hi In IuU". and whenever It become ncce. nary to mate tin fuel publicly, a I have atuted here. 1 will do o, nun they will not be denied. .ThU effort to create euch a faNe impreion U not only un Jut, but will rebound on tboee who ure making it. You nay that II I will work with yon to got an early meeting of the national committee that you will try to get the meeting of the .Nah ville conference com mlttoe (culled for January 20) pout pound, o that a time and place may be ugreeij 011 to euit all. l will giudiy worn with you to tin end. A matter" now tand. If thoao reorenenting th Nuh villi) conference vrocmi to cull a meeting for April, 1808. to nominate a preeidon- tlal tlekwt for the campaign of iuoo.lt will clearly bo a factional convention, and will inevitably moan a eplit in tho narty to tho extent of He following. Thin no truH populit, whether no lar allied with one (action or tne other, want to two, and euroly no trim popn lint waul to bo rmponmhlo for bringing about NUith a public calamity. 1 am eure that either of u would do anything honorable to prevent it Therefore, pardon tne to auggeMt that you at once . .. i. . m il .. 1 . .....in.. get we commum oi 1110 .anviin con ference or whoever wan authorized and directed to do ao to communicate with the national committee, through it national chuTinun. convevlug the re- i iicnt for a mooting of Maid national committee and etiiting for what purpoiw a meeting in (JeMired, mo that 1 can at once submit; a copy of Much requent and reaHon for the hmiiih to each member of the national committee and ak hi vote on tho queHtion. To expedita matter, 1 will ank ennh member of tho national committee, when votinir on thu proponi tioufora committee meetlnif. to alo vote for the time uud placo denired for hucIi a meeting, no that Mliould a ma jority of the committee votn tor tho meetinir I can Immum tho call at once. Thi Mhould lt done right away,aud the tniMting of the Nanhville contereinui com 1 tnitt, which you inform in. and which I m from the pre, i culled for January 12. Mhould be poHtponed until I can tuke the referendum vote of the national committee, which mut tm done nud tho reult aniiouud (according to our plan id organliatlon) within thirty d t.V. Hut 1 will announce the runult ooner, if iowible. TblM. it wteme to me, will nnwt the u iirovat of all who dtmin harmony, and ring about united action If anything will. Tin done, and we will rauedi comfit urn to tliieiiemi4 of good govern ment and tht wopli the cltix ol 11 10. uopotiea who are already gladly pro claimliig that our party I epltl. To bring about mucIi a result I tin pat r. otie duty of u ad, and I aMure.vi.mhat I will da my part, nud more if ueu "In railing a meeting if tin national commit ! to conid'r ami pa-u Uon etTtam ijuitltMi at wntrivery, of eiur, it will Im understood that all l a will abtd by oltleialdiefmiiiatloa mid (lecMton. With the ditteremve of opinion a to Mtrtv m)M-y whhdi now eiiat, au.v dwUum that th '.i'imiutf may ra h aill n-taril mil ! tn mv nird o with th opiiiiiaa I wuimauf 4. me u but It we love oar parly and hmI to m 11 act unii I e mn all abidit by tl te-a of Um NHlUinnl oltt pimI tuganintlioM ol tha parly, and ap (Nil li Ihmrtt rvgnlarlv ealll IiiiikiI eiavnlii, lir I b awm .lr. 1 ho rniarly Uet 4 U, it, trvk f ACTS AD0UT HEAUTH ll ii t Wf it We Keew Mew- ' Caeea Neee ey te letl tet(H, The m4itn' l MwiiautatMf f"! aua i ' r ah'tviMti, tt u rMlly tat l h.U il lkvu lfrm ! lit vta4illiU4 hratl4. la tl Ke ' al'lf ei 4i4Mu fHt. Tie Mi4 wpi'l t ttftf ,umuUi..t M U ,, mi is lMt e-t "' Tldirci Wl M S Ktellb, tVtlur, tt (.iff, ' I ' "' ! etae tee iwM rM'l of f ll4 , ..... II. UL..UII l.llll iMLM I It !Kiw4 .n. IUm tirJ el tetlvea4 UIM wk M kie mmn l I1m' ' d ' lk IUnI t Hrt4ftll4. Il apa4l ea M faaiilr ai'ia If lloaal. .... i .1 I nitt Alau. tmm fha rutfirkla ,if VAfV ilill trict In the nation. Personally, I think the propoaitlon to call a national convention in the epriug of 1B9M for the purpone of nominating a tireNidoutlal ticket for the campaign of 1UU0 a verj uiiwiae and haiurdou one. For a faction of the party to take each actlou in diitlnnce of the national organ Ization eeein to tne nothing leu than eulcldul. UtiloHe we can find eorne candi date whoe private and public life, wIiomo record and pemouality Uetronger and lee liable to make error than tho groat and fundamental principle con tained In our platform, then unruly It would bo a grout tnlMtake for oven our whole party to join unitedly and enthu Nlaticnlly In nominating a proeidential ticket more than two year ahead of tho next campaign, Thco are my convic tion nud to me eeuin clear from contro versy, yet if tho national committee, the official organization of tho party, de cide otherwlMit, nud cull a national convention for iheeprlngof lHUH.no one will abide by if action more loyally tliau 1 will. I would not presume to Met up my opinion howevr etrong and clear, ugaliiMt tho decision and official action of tho cotnrnittoo, nor would I encourage or act with a mi nority that di)lred to do ho. Nothing can be accompllNliod for our princlploM, however jut they are or however popular they may become, without party organization, and for the minority toeubmlt to the majority I tho only way we can bave a united action and an effective party organlia tion. If the time liould come when our con viol Ion on vital qui'Ntlon of prin ciple are mo at variance with tho pimitlon of our party organization on the name, that wo cannot Mubmit to the action ol tho majority, then wo owe It to our elvundto our party to publicly an nounce that fact and to at once with draw from tho party organization. Hut to return, 1 am very (find you have made the timely nuggetion that I friiHt will be the eolutlon of tho whole difficulty. I hope that you will move promptly in the matter and I aMure you of my hearty co-operation. Lot me hear from you a oon a you can. Your in the cuumo, MAIIION IltlTliKlt. Chairman I'eoplo'e Party National lix ecutive Committee. Commenting on the above, lion Igna- tlu Donnelly, one of the lender of the middle of the road movement nuv: ''We have been among thoe who were very NUMplciou of Heiiator liutlor. We feared that it wan hie purpoe to "moII out" tho party for hi own proferment. We recognized hie ability, but we doubted hi iilnoerlty, The foregoing letter goe far toward removing tho prejudice, Huepiclou very often make anemic of thoMe who ehould be friend. Let u all rejoice together, Iet lion. Milton Purk adjourn the conference of Jan. 12 for two or three month, There I no hurry. We have two yeor before u, and every effort nhoijld be made forpeue and harmony." ThoMe are movomeute in thu right di rection and will meet the approval of Nubrueka pofulit. (ll A I KM AN I'lOMIHTBM' VKW. la anwor to our queHtion, have you eon Hnator Marion Dutler' letter, ad dreHd to Mr, Jamee II. Ferrle, dated Dmu. 22, who U Chairman of tho Execut ive committee of the National Reform Pre Aociatioti? Mr, Edrniten eaid: "Yee, I buve read hi letter with con Iderable Intercut, and am very much pleawed with Mr. Uutler' attitude In the matter," The matter to bo Mettled eoon by the people party I, Hhnll there be two national organization of the people' party or but one, and the plan adopted by the Chairman of tho National Com mlttee, Mr. liutlor, I to Miibmitthe queHtion to the National Committee by reterrenduin. Khali tho two committee meet on the eame date fixed, in the near future and make an effort to harmonize all the force and pruvont further diorganizu tiou? That I the quotion. Now let u try and devUe way and mean where. by the bond of common brother-hood which have grown up In the lat few year, between men ol all walk ol lile, and in all aectioue ol the country, may continue to grow. Jt i true the opiire. Mion of the corporation nil over the country, uffectaall alike, and the toiling inae of eacn eectlon of the country I alike anVfteit. It wa a loiiow: inre people wer on atle to dUinld their politlmil prejudice, and join hand in hand a few year ago, In the t armer Alliance and oilier organization, and there began tliMMtudy of their condition. Itwa then and there the none! mn of all neotiou of the rountry, eolemuly vowed with each oilier that all former ditferen w Mhould Imj uiuile. and thev would join lhir effort together with butoue pui imimo In view, I hat lor the lettering ol their eonOitlou ami protecting them elvea again! the eneroachmeut of corpiiralM lutluence. and ll poitile, re store to thi great C'Hiiinou wealth, the right of the govruinenl to lheMiple a wa intemieii ,y the fore-iaitier. hli h liave Ix-en wn-nihn-l troni them by law and liilKiohtrucliitt of the ame, 1 w, 11 wa my nappy privilege i go a N llelegHle, In I IttCIUIiall, in lU, and attend the fir I meeting, looking to the nailing ol the Ion wt.il inl a our Bret eiwrilM Wild Ihoea of the 8utli an 1 1. 11, aa l will do I remember ol the iM-rlMt reUtl by rat h, ol the fiiinlUlun Ihvy wen ut'r"Uaie aith 1hetaMiale there hunl mitt brokea, and again it a my pri l-iailvadaa a it'Wtre al I he greal Nl (imU nut riim hl I at M. I.tiuie, where lh, re were rredMedj tlrhgal)' Irti M lnlt ( lud'iMirial org aulitiH, rvprwHt ua i't ettle ia the I aloa 111 a m the an ni-ie eme . r aoa thmugti ail , (,ti ,t H fhaolat iom bloia, l y rwlle tltef would oreaai' iiejtaivlM ihIi a hi tiU triv and tr Ikat hm)im4 i m -at torta Ihvir pUUofiN ol riHvili aed a tall Kr lh ti.iiaha luil eaia tatia oa July , iU. Ueotd itr, Ike 1 1 I .H4 workr ol ttot tne id rMewtwf la tevttaai thai ai tmiM i-vai t in aa ( Irxai Ike kk- hi lh hh f, tt a e dUrrtliue ol ovt adii Ih.ta wm rata ' ! Ik U a' d (kf.iwK IS 1 b a lU'ai taia ol iuiS4 Ual m te a It a I oir( Hmi it ft ma 4l. Kvrv Miiitii vi 1 tea m a i, oa wtiiumi IkaiHie lili tM ol Ihe twti oi l irihw, r'l In le iih.h tul, of ll ile with nkr, ll wa edff prolmut aa t it w Ilk rrlOlMt f I lie, I lrv lte4tk r-Nt ill lraave w In aea, tml ai a Kw ily aad e-uua, lh r etall witk.tr i ita g daa Imh all raiae tkl mtkr ol lh Mrea may aava aal apoa did on other oocanlon when Dritleh rale wa attempting to force tie to bow to 1U copter. At the Drat national election of thi young party, known a the "people puny, oecHuee n nuu ueon organ neg by the people, coming ae they did from all the political partlee, It ehowed to to the utter eurpriae of all, that the peo ple 01 ail aectioue of the country had kept tnelr vow with each other and bad rolled up the enormona vote of almoat two million; thla gave conn dunce to a great many in the old partie and the action of thoiiniid ehowed the die- Matifaction in the old parjJe and tbe diepoMition manifiwted by hundred of thouMunda to break away and go with tho new party wa eiuiply applling una apparent on every hand and n a rcHult there 1 today the greatoHt of di NiitiMfuction In tho old partie and it ex lot everywhere and iu our mind tbe mlNMlon of the people party today 1 aa great a It ever wa, and a one of tbe mom lair of the Nuntional Committee, I am willing to meet with our dlemi tinned brethren and we will iIImcuk matter over thoroughly until we undertand each other, and complete confidence ehall be renewed if poiblo, and to me it would eeein that nothing that I with In the bound of rcuaon ehould bo neg lected or with hold on tho part of any, but all ehould feel firmly bound by ob ligation that wore formerly entered In to to atnnd by and eupport the people party. It lathe duty of every loyal patriotic member of thi party to lend all UMHUtimiM he can to preMcrvo a united body and not only a united body but we want a :nrty without faction. When we compiler that there I a meet ing to be held the 12th of thla month to take Mtcpa to call a uatloiiHl convention for the purpOMe of placing In nomination a candidate for the proMidency and vlee. presidency by ono part of the people' party Hi one aectlon ol tho country, and by thi act forever dividing the organ I cation, 1 fear thi courao cannot be car ried out and maintain the prenent con ditionof the party, two organization cannot exlut for the name pur pone, it mean thut In the effort for onpremacy tne caiiHO ol humanity auffera and a divided and h uttered army mutexppct defeat, Can we afford to inuke thla move? Iaay.no. Jyet the txioplea party make the effort bouetly aud fairly to prevent the dinar ganlzutlon of the party by adopting the plan of Chairman liutlor In deferring ac tion at the meeting fixed for the 12th at Ht. Loui, and If a majority of the mem hereof the national committee vote to hold a jint conference and, "I believe they will," then let a gather together, not only a committeemen, but let the loading men of the party In the nation take part in thla meeting, and I believe when we fully and completely undertand each other that we will not have the difference that aome bave imagined or MUMpicionod. I cannot believe that thee men who have had all manner of abime and Mlandor hooped upon them are ready to part company ennply becaune of a few alight difference. 1 can't believe the men who for pntriotiam aud for the good of humanity and the upbuilding of a bettor government, will tear thenmelve nHiinderand trample underfoot there Riilteoia nana life-time work, men are not coimtituted that way, at leut It would eeem that tlm and deliberate judgment would take the wier couree, a to what that coume will be I cannot tell. However with fair and reasonable proportion eubrnitted upon which we could vote, it eeein to mo the right can aud will be reached in thla way, and no man can expect or demand any unrea Nouublo thing from any eource upon theie ground. I am firmly of tho opinion that the people parly will emerge from the present condition in better fighting trim than ever before. It wilt have been tried a by fir., the dro will havrf been eepnruted and the pure metal will run together a one body with thi Holution oftbx queHtion it i within the proviuce of the peoples party to go 011 and accompliNU the pur pone lor which It wo organized, ye It would be placed in a poeition where men from all partie who are diHntiHlied with brokeu promiMeM, that have boon made to them from their partie from year to year, till they are ennply dieuuHted could join thi party with greater aMur ancn of mucci-m iu reform in the near future than any. Probably one of theetronget reaon for thi would be the fact that in the new party are not to be found the great iiKinieu maguaie a im an 01 ine-.r won' derful Influence to eliaiie and moult policiea, platform and legielatlon. No doubt we would bave to contend with the unwrupulou itolltlolun who would try to force hiinell upon the party, but with the rank and file of the party, con atltuied a it now U, he would not be periiilttml to uccomplUh any great dam age with the UMial achmning, they are "imaged In, te, with thi condition retored and "I believe it will be," the party can with good and MuUtautlul ivaofigo Into lh coutiHit for Mupreinacy In thla nation and mo lung a It adhere to the prima iU-uow eet forth it will command the teepecl and colindeiice of all good ritl-u Ihroaghuut the country. 1 he breaking ep of e two great Mlitkl Hiriive and their rriililng aud dn-aymg eoadillon ie pt-r'iditiie to auyoiiewbol lamiliar with or bt Imwu fur any length ol Urn. and it Niuat fiiul out clearly to the niuilMrhi ol Hi t.l. parly thai lo liieiu la g-ilug t to alruie tk eiilnly aud iiiauaeeiN'ttl ol Ihe affur ol ounuuitlrj al ai lar dialaat day, providing oar arty buld tuglhr hretljr aad w iug oni eiHa hr tuAumr Im ame living rinei4v m Ike found li.ui (ti.a up u l.n h l.e ha ti l-M. 1 b uiia t, hll ae do tbu ay, m, aad I ImImv tuna kuadrw) and kiaoly-ama out of vry huwaad ol Ike parly aU aar llb aes II oi Ihiak Um U r-M-kt, U ia thiuk Ite arty Uinl I i-i furr nu t Ur rami hui We arid, Wt tt g-l tain tbe txillt l al M l aad i .e U lUM aad ob boaoy aad jui o oa out tkW, we ill aa a omii Ikat a ill tra Iu i twtorv.aal wka w bt am-l aad kwie4 vaHk rtt..-at la aaailer la a i lili a to tkuM aiiatf gaiai la Hiaay i tl tate. we eaa veart tbe loo ii.l a Iim4Ik by a lain law aad aa aid ban I-wmi at.le to vwtiMMi ad ou aud by Ika aaoa al alt oar .irv aud rau4fv wit ruiia I ' k eaia ol k ovlkiua vl Ik ! id idi(tM'iaty aa-l Iba kml4 i4 Ike rMkl ol I be "'H abvw tk aiaa I eaporoir tit I be dett te. wka a I Ma wdl ! eial, Ibeea m ike obi' la ol tt.a imh4w inti aa l da at llia tby will ae ta4r dw wia-l aal.l lbei tbiaa are aitt ik. 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Good Chnvolt for flbirte ,, A a yard .., ,-, 01. 10 cent Outing, new coloring a yard , , Fine While Wool Ulaiiket. 7C. very flue quulitio, 9').fiO &t) CA grade, a pair , pA.uli ffi.OO grade, a pair 2.00 Hoc, 40caiKi fi()o CuMMimeroa for men'a and boy' clothing, to AQa clour, a yard , fiUVi 27 In. L'ubleachod Cotton Flan- Ql not, a yur.,.. Qi v Knit Underwear. Ladle' ribbed cotton fleeced natural color, voHtaand pant, regular 2fnj grade, each Ladle' fleeced cottoo union ulte natural or cream, COo grade, each , Ladle' ribbed wool and cotton vent and punt, regular 75o quality, euch.,... Ladle' bluck or natural ribbed wool vcmIm and pant, 1.00 quiillty, encb , Ladle' natural wool union 18C. 39c. 50c. 83c. Mult, open half down, our regular 2 grade, each Ladle extra weight, fineat $1.50 quality union euite, black or natural, our 94 quality, , each...... , Children' ribbed fleeced cotton ( vet pant, all eize, each,.,. Children' heavy fleeced cotton union Mult. 60c quality, each.. 2.97 17c. 39c. ; Dress Goods and Silks. Un. lut 3uvri!jr irruw. Uo'til.,110 111. wlili', reKUInr lite gwnln, 07C. ,iit-T 17HH7 i iuv t,rrarute 10 piece nil Wool and Novelty ftOc Dree Good, Clearance 29c. nuie, a yarn , 11 piece 45 in. all wool French , Herge, all colore, regular 4.'lo OR a good, Clearauce Hale, a yard,. uuUi queMtod to correepond with Senator liutler, WaMhington. D C, and Milton Park of Dalln, Texa. giving their view in thla matter. It i the people party and lot tho peoplo take thi matter in hand, lut the watch word be united we etnnd, divided wa fall. A lung tli Wyll. 'I'hor. ar two kind of p""plo on rth today, Ju. two klud. nl oilr, no iiior., I ny; A nil 1 ii. too lit nil. of eoil on ri h I m.in, Ar. lh moiI olio lilt Mini tn. iwipl. wh i l.nn, Wb.reTor jron bo yon will And lh. world'. hi.m Ar. alw. dlvld.il In Ja.t ttime 100 .Iimmm. And oililljr .nouirh, jrno will And too, I wmii, I ni-r. it only on lllivr to twu' v who l.n, !n wh h rim-, arc yoo? Ar. yon e.niDg Hi. load Ol ov.nai.d llll.r who loll down lb. road? Or ar. jnn a lanr who lata oih.r t.r Your portion ol labor ml worm and nn.? -1.11a Whe.r Wil.oi. Annual Maatlnga. The Dwelling Hon Mutual will con veuu at thu Ideal Hotel iu Lincoln, oa Jan. 25, at 7 p. in. The Nebraska Fire and Cyclone Co at th ame place on tbe 2d, al 7 p. in. The Mutual luurauc A ciution will meet on lh Dili, at 8 a.m. at ama place. Ww hon avwry mutual In the tat, will Im represented. Kleclrieity and KKintaneoiiciiiubulion will be th Mpetial ubjMta uud-r ciii.id ration. If any Mutual man who cmuiul alteiid th He etui, Im any aiHinal freak of thi kind, a woul I Im pleitited to have hi in rilu oa lha Mutij.'tl, an that lh iiimtiitg may have th eiMranoe ol all, tor fuiiMlder iitiou, Th l.aaealer county Co. tu iu l.lnroln on lb I2tb laat. W would Ilk to bave the report ol all cotiii4nj a u amount of luauraniM arllloa betore laat ywar, amount wriltoa lat tvar, amouat id loea during lb Jrar, aiaoual ol a.nun nt. t f wa Paat m Raaaaaab lltfdarter, Jaa. CoTwadaeU wlia 4ar4a ra luubt br yeaUrday, Cwaat Mfa TUa wauud.4 l.udwl Utar aa4 C4aia4 Uajary aaa4.4 itelaa Itayuftby. la Ulb m the waJ vera ttea4 TUa a4 Ua Jary ra elv4 lb weuada ta lMM waM r AlAr, N. Y.. Ja. A-.AeeMtly aa Ura at w Yfk will lalrv deea t VlU Iata44, aaja, ta aal a ha U "ffaveraNMial by lahiaatiew, rvwasUeat At M ! ta4 Veitaiua, Ja tMre, Alaltat at, faaaatVaa artUt at aalUaal frua. taeaea. 4ri i4 44 wa tba an! I Ml Mlt. Ik Mw N4 Maw Yaaa, Jaa I -J.iblH Mel Ha iViaUerUli Avar, wUluw at JaaMia & Aye, 414 uJ4aty at ar aoa aeae U Hiatal 1 latalUl farta, m M4a laV f4 i ar A Few Sample Offerings: 0 piece, 50 Inch, double warp, Htortn Herge, all wool, our regular (10u good, Clearance Kale, a yard , 10 piece all wool and eilk and Wool NoveltlcN, regular H5o and 91 good, Clearance Hale, a yard..., .,.... 11 piece all wool, extra heavy Htortn Herge, our regular 91 quulllv, Clearance Hale price a yarn . , CO Chrltma Uree Patterna to cIomo during thla eule a re duction of 30 Jht cunt, Black Dress Goods. A big line of plain and figured blach good, regular 85a and 95o qualltlea, a yard 8 piece figured black dreee good, regular 91-25 and valuta, a yard 45c. 55c. 69c. 69C. 95 c. Remtiints of Black and Colored Dress Goods at 1-2 Off. 15 piece French Printed Plan aele were 50c and 55a, Clear- OR A ance Hale price, a yard............ 0 9U 800yurda fine Kat Itlack Hutine, compare it with what you UMually pay 80c for, Clearance f 171 A Hale price a yard.....,,. ..., i f 2V Sllkl-875 yd. Fancy Walet Hiika, were 85o and 91.00, Clearance Hale price, a yd.,,, 455 yd. Fancy Waiet Hiika, latent novel tie; theee are our regular 9 1-18 and 91.25 gooda, Clearance Hale price, a yd 0.1 yd, of 22 and 24 inch Fig urod IlackOro(Jraln, reg ular Or,o quality, Clearance Hale price, a yd... Lo, of 25 Inch flue, heavy, aoft Figured Hilk, In ekirt 50c. 75c. 57ic. length, regular 1 1,50 qual ity, Clearance Hale price, yard.... , , $1.00 4444444444444444444444444444$ Sole Lincoln Arents for Butterlck's Patterns and Publications. 200 ACRES IN NURSERY DO YOU WANT TO PLANT M Cherry Tree, Plum Tre, Apple Trace, 0 rape Vine, Fruit Plan ta of all kind, Hhade Tree, itoee, Kvergrecne, etc., that are NEBRASKA GROWN? -ALL UHia OUItV- THREE "BEAUTS," 'HEA0TT,, NOT... "IlKAuTT KIKI ilEAUTX" LDMP, A CrNraia la l"ollilt . Hwaalor duller ia rnniilail with poal live Infurnialioa that lh HlaadardOd Trut and lh Joint Traltlo aaaorialiou bave togthr MiatriUuUd J50,t to ward lb campaign tina ol th ra publu-aa eiiigrtNMiioaai tNiiaitiiU aud lh uiiitif IUni.immm.i lb dvnimraiw eiiigrwaioaal eoutuitltwi, How Iru Ibl latutaialHia ia, a bave no lovana ol kaualag, but w wry aim b auaiwrl that It ba aoni (ouadatioa ia U i. It hi a wy tbe erHtralioa have, 1 b-v ra lr!y a apart a large -roariaia ol lb.tr pfoRI lar lb Iwbvfll ol lb xdllk rmat m lad wbat, npUm wlr o it any ol lha waoao ol tba oW ara rvgaiarly rwWlvl In lha bmMtdrp raiaiivk A Marliw lliitiiibwa . la bla nrat aorh oa 4rvi Kula lia, ll m t ietif id lb to,J aba l a'l f a bM varwe ia a lpr(la llv U4y.laaliibtValary, C3 4 HaataA bt HI latwuvtta, Wei, Ja I -Th , 4HUa at AtMao MaiUa lUfhta, W) M laara4 la aa aaeaaatae wltb AU C4wr4 K MUahU at Itwlwtl I lUlamMii' aiNMiii, U aat etrntUI r4 4aaf raa VlllaWH aayi bt waa nut araaaat wha tba Ireubla arr4. LINCOLN COAL CO., 4 'a IlkMt-WW f aatt " ' Notion Department. TOllet SoapSKngllli Violet, IAAA cuke in u box, per box , UUv. Coemo . fSuttermllk aoap, f-r Q'Jq Med lcines-i J io'a' 'Tjoi'iy ' o 4 JO Almond Cream.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, VVe nr. I'lerce'a Favorite Preecrlp :83c. iion.,.....,,,...,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,., 83c. 83c. Palne'a Celery Compound Hood 'a Haraoparilla .., Mromo Heltzer..,...,.;.. OOC. Lydla K, Pink ham' Com- 09 f pound,, '...,.,.......,(,,..,., www Hcott'i KmulNion , ..,. Q&V, iiteriue, te'r ox.,,,.. Uc3. 07C. CwOa Rubber Hot Water Hottloe, four quaria.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fountain Hyringea,,,, 1 ttt$$0$ttttmtit mree quorla Hosiery. Ladlo.' A II-Wool lloae, doable beel and toe, a pair...... I idle' Fine Imported Caahmere Howe, bigb Mpiiced beel, double 15 Hole and toe, 65c quality, a Qf pair....... , ,. 0 V Men'a Fine Merino Bocka, aeam lee, double beel and toe, i Q fair ICl, Men' Natural Wool Hock, Mpiiced beel, double toe. 45o 33c. good, a pair Children' Fine Ribbed, fleeced hoHo, a pair.,.. , .,.,. lie. Mie' Fine Imported Cahmer Hone, ixl rib, double heel and toe, 35c value, a pair............... 23c. Children'a 2x1 Rib Caahmere Homk, double knee, aplined beel and toe, 50c value, a pair,. 37c. 20.000 TREES IN ORCHARD Mi If you do, write for our Deacrlpt Ive Catalogue and Price Llat which we mail FKICH. Addreee, YOUNGERS &l CO.. 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