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THE FAKMJURS' ALLIANCE: LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1890.
NATIONAL FARMERS ALLIANCE.
President, H. L. Loucks. Dakota.
vice-President John Powers. Nebraska.
Secretary, August Post, Moulton, Iowa.
Treasurer, J. J. Furlong, Mfiinesota.
Lecturer, N. B. Ashny, Dos Moinos, Iowa.
NEBRASKA STATE ALLIANCE.
President, John H. Powers, Cornell;
Vice President, Valentine Horn, Aurora. ,
Secretary-Treasurer, J. M. Thompson, Lincoln
Lecturpr. W. V. Wriorht. Johnson mnt
Asst. lecturer, Logan McKeynolds, Fairfield.
i Chaplain, Rev. J. S. Edwards, Wahoo.
Door keeper, D. W. Barr, Clay county.
Asst. door keeper, G. C. Underhill, Unadilla.
J 8eargeanat-Rrms. J, BiHinysly, Shelton.
1 " executive Committee.
J, Burrows, chairman; B. F. Allen, Wabash;
J. W. Williams, Filley; Albert Dickenson,
iii.m. i i n. 1 1 n . . 1111 riir kijip
i Post Office at Lincoln, Neb., June 18, 1880.
i I hereby certify that The Alliakcjc, a week
! ly newspaper published at this place, has been
1 determined by the Third Assistant Post Mas
ter General to be a publication entitled to
admission in the mails at thA Toima rate of
postage, and entry of ; as such is accordingly
opon tue books of this office, vauo
while the character of the publication re
mains unchanged. Albert Watkins,
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.
' ' What's Wrong?
A Test for Candidates.
The B. $ M. Journal booms one J. II.
McColl for Governor. That settles the
matter. McColl i3 a railroad capper
pure and simple. That monopoly
mouth-piece never booms any other
Oh what is the matter? Oh tell me what's
That the farmers and workingm en can't get
Though the harvest is great that we get'in
When the spring rolls around we have noth
ing at all.
Rouse, sons of. freedom!
Drive out the darkness!
Let in the light!
There is over-production, it has often been
While in parts of our land they are calling
If it's over-production, and that is conceded,
Why not enjoy it till there is more needed?
But the cry comes rolling up over our land,
Give us money in volume to meet the de
We must have money to exchange produc
Pay mortgage and debts, or we go to destruc
What's wrong? that our government favors
Who work for themselves and cause a con
The interest we pay to these great financiers
Will ruin us all in a verj- few years.
When money is issued m real estate,
And tbe interest is low,say one per cent rate;
Won't money be plenty and prices be high?
And we'll pay all our debts "in the sweet by
The boards of trade .and the great corpora
tions Who live on our earnings, and ruin all na
tions We must break their shackles, for 6laves we'll
But we'll say to the world "our country is
free!" W. E. Jt. Hoping.
Wholesale and Retail.
BARB WIRE IN CAR LOTS. NAILS IN CAR LOTS.
MILLET IN CAR LOTS.
TINWARE, JOBBER'S PRICES, IN SUITABLE LOTS.
GASOLINE STOVES, "
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, "
BOLTS AND SCREWS, "
Special prices to the Alliance. All orders
MAXWELL, SHARPE ds I? OSS CO.
104 NORlHlOth STREET, LINCOLN.
w.c. t. u. column;
Edited by Mrs. S. C. O. Upton, of 2130 K
Street, Lincoln, Neb., of tho Nebraska Wom
an's Christian Temperance Union.
The editor of The Alliance places the re
sponsibility of this column in the care of the
A NEAT REPUBLICAN TRICK.
Alliance Business Agents and ths Lum
ber Dealers Association.
The following copy of a complaint of
a local lumber firm Jo the Nebraska
Lumber Dealers' Association, of which
the firm is supposed to be a member,
shows quite plainly the nature of that
Association. It also gives a fair idea
to members as to the. best place to buy
himbei'. If the Association succeeds in
protecting its members by preventing
the Alliance agents from buying lumber
through it, the Alliance State Agency
will furnish lumber to these local agen-1 SQnt ug by mail iaV6 Careflll and prompt
cheapest. The Nebraska Lumber Deal- attention.
ers' Association don't own the earth.
McCook, Neb., June, 13, 1890.
W. C. Sunderland,
Sec. Neb. Lumber Dealers' Assoc'n,
Dear Sm: We hereby make complaint
against C. N. Dietz, of Omaha, a mem
ber of this Association, bv shioDintr to
one Thos. Andrews, at Cambridge, Ne-
orask, on or about June 1st, Uar JNo.
1164, W. C, loaded with lumber. Said
car was shipped by C. N. Dietz to C. N.
Deitz with orders to turn over to Thos.
Andrews, C. O. D., and again on or
about June 5th. Car No. 2022. C. B. &
Q., loaded with lumber, shipped bv C.
N. Dietz to Thos. Andrews. C. O. D.
Now this.man Andrews is employed
by the Farmers' Alliance at Cambridge
to ship their grain and stock and pur
chase their supplies, and is in no sense
a lumber dealer; and, as I understand,
it is a violation of their by-laws to furnish
any commodity to any one not a mem
ber of the Alliance. This man Andrews
offers his goods to all at same price,
viz.; shows his invoices and adds 2 per
cent. The whole thing is done by An
drews as spite work against Trees &
Hocknell and the Howard and Atlas
Lumber Companies, and he carries
neither Lime, Hair, Cement nor Plas
ter, neither a stock of Sash, Doors and
Blinds, only enough to quote prices ami
demoralise the trade for -50 miles around
him. For instance, he sells a 10x2$
4 It. ck. window for 90 cts., list $2.45
with say 65 per cent off at Mo. River;
net cost 85 ;ts. at Mo. River.
Now if the Nebraska Lumber Dealers'
Association can't manage some way to
protect dealers against such scalpers as
Andrews, 1 don t think it will be a suc
cess, as he has been scalping here for
Will refer you to the Trees & Hock
nell, The Howard & Atlas Lumber
Companies for his record.
Awaiting your action on above com
plaint, we are
HUDDLESTON LUMBER Co.
Per S. W. Huddleston, Pres.
Mr. Dorsey on Laws.
We publish the following letter from
Hon.-Geo. W. E. Dorsey to John S.
Maiben, of Otoe county, to show the
kind of letter Mr. Dorsey writes to
farmers of this .state. "We will take
tho bonds of Nebraska for this loan;" is
good. It is astonishing with what
avidity these national bankers jump at
anything that has bonds connected with
it. That is because bonds draw the
substant of the people in interest. We
are glad of the admission from a na
tional banker that money is "the dear
est article in the country." Most of
that ilk declare that money is cheap,
even with corn at 10 cents a bushel.
But here is the letter:
COMMITTEE OK BANKING AND CURRENCY
Washington, D. C, June 8, 1890.
Mr. John S. Maiben,
Dear Sir: Your letter has been re
ceived and carefully read. I am in
hearty sympathy with the suggestion
you make, and as a member of congress
I would most gladly vote to loan the
$100,000,000 lj'ing in tne treasury to the
state of Nebraska,. Now, Mr. Maiben,
you work up this suggestion with the
legislature and induce them to ask the
general government for a loan of this
money. We will take the bonds of
Nebraska for this much, and the legis
lature can .do with it as they please,
loan it, or use it in any wav they may
desire. As you know, it is a very old
maxim that it takes two to make a bar
gain, and it will be necessary for Ne
bras ca to make an application for this
loan, and intimate a desire to borrow,
So far you are the only man in the state
who has proffered such a request.
Now in answer to your eriticism let
me say that the only way the govern
ment can get into circulation the money
in the treasury is by paying its debts.
The debts of the government are rep
resented by bonds and United States
notes. We do not wish to retire the
United States notes, consequently the
only way to put the $100,000,000 into
circulation under the law is by the re
tirement of the bonds. Now the bonds
which I proposed to retire were not
the bonds drawing four per cent, and
due iu 1907, but the bonds which are
due next year, and we would have to
pay for them about two and a half or
three per cent premium, which is a
very small matter. My principal ob
ject was to get more money into circu
lation, so that money would not be the
dearest article in the country.
Very truly yours,
Geo. W. E. Dorsey.
As a fitting finale to Mr. Dorsey's let
ter we append the following item from
Alt a California.
"Mr. Dorsey of Nebraska yelled him
self into a fit of tonsilitis to get a free
lumber ammendment into the McKin-
iey bill, but Keecl could neither see or
hear him. Then Mr. Dorsey lost his
chance to make the speaker feel him,
for he voted for the bill. When Dorsey
votes as he yells he will amount to
Meeting of Seward County Alliance.
.Bee, Neb., June 27, 1890.
Editor Alliance: Our County Alli
ance met yesterday for the third time
this month, and after careful survey of
the held, and calm deliberation, a com
mittee of five was appointed to confer
with a like committee from the K. of
L.. with rejrard to the best manner in
which to nominate candidates for office,
and the mode of conducting the fall
campaign. Said committee reported
unanimously that they were in favor of
calling an independent convention, to
be held in the City of Seward on July
12th, 11A.M. Report of the .committee
adopted, and convention ordered to be
called on above date.
It was refreshing to read in last week's
Alliance the vigorous editorial ex
pressing righteous indignation at and
unsparing condemnation of the so-called
'Bankers and .Business Men s Associa
tion" which seeks to foist the license
system upon our fair State.
It is also refreshing to know that there
are bankers and business men who re
pudiate the association, and stand on
the side of the honest producer. i. Jf .
Fitch, of Hastings, writes to the New
Republic that when the canvass of that
city is completed, it will show three
business men there in iavor ot the
amendment to every two in favor of li-
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cense, lie denies empuaticaiiy tne
statement that nearly every business
man in Hastings signed his paper.
The business men of Kearney, also,
protest against the wt i$key society,
and declare themselves lor constitution
al prohibition in a strong set of resolu
tions signed by one hundred and forty-
three business men, including seven
bankers and two of the wealthiest firms
in the place.
It may indeed be well lor the bankers
and business men of Nebraska to hasten
to set themselves right on this question.
If they, allow a campaign to be con
ducted in this State, under their name
and auspices, in favor of the liquor
crime, and in deadly opposition to the
interests of the home and the honest
producing classes in the State, they may
hnd, too late, that they have been "lay
ing up wrath against the day of wrath."
We pray God that the men ot .Ne
braska may be kept from holding the
accursed license dollars so close to their
eyes that they cannot see how despica
bly small a thing it is to preier to tne
purity, safety aud everlasting wellare
of the children and youth of a great
and growing State.
The members of the republican Coun
ty Central Committee of Lancaster
County were notified to meet at Lincoln
on Wednesday, July 2d, at tiro clock P.
M. J ust before the meeting a notice
was put in some of the dailies, which
the country members could not see,
changing the hour to twelve o'clock M.
The country members presented them
selves at the first named hour, and lo!
the business was done without their
assistance This is a regular old Um
trick of the city fellows.
The fellows who played this trick are
probably the same ones who have prom
ised to nominate Bud Lindsey, a colored
keeper of a saloon and low dive, for
the legislature. The Alliance doesn't
seem to have purified Lancaster poli
tics yet, to any great extent.
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What Children Can Do.
Dear Sisters: The one all-absorbing
topic from this time until November 4.
must be the prohibition amendment.
Work in every other direction must, if
occasion requires, give way to this. In
this campaign our boys and girls should
have a prominent part. It is hoped
that, no union will lose the golden op
portunity of educating the children to
nractical work for prohibition . If your
The Alliance is crowincr in strength union has not heretofore worked along
and taking lirmer hold upon the minds the lines of the children's department,
and hearts of the people of this county that need not prevent your calling to
eyery day. If there are no unwise gether all the boys and girls of your
moves or bad breaks made m the selec- town and organizing them into a band
tions of candidates and conducting the of heloers for this campaign. This
The Old Soldiers.
It is funny to see a lot of old soldiers
led around by the nose for political
purposes by such a man as H. C, RusselL
He called a meeting of these men the
same day and hour as the U. L. con
vention, for faar some of them might
want to attend that meeting. Mr.
Russell is a demagogue, and a traitor to
his pledges as well, as his vote against
VanWyck proved. But the shame of it
all is that such men, can use the old
soldiers as their tools.
To the Order in Kearney Co., -Greeting.
Secretaries of Subordinates when
writing to the President or Secretary
of County Alaanoe m all cases per
tainining to ths working of the order in
this county are required to give their
full name and the official number of
their Subordinate. This should be
done in order to prevent deception.
Otherwise letters will not be answered.
I H. Driscoix,
campaign, you may confidently expect
to hear a favorable report from Seward
County in November. We are firmly
convince! that the people as a rule, out
of as well as in the Alliance and K. of
L., are ripe and ready for a revolt from
old party ties to which they have been
worse than slaves for so long a time.
W e hear declarations on every hand,
and that too from candid, thoughtful
men, that an independent move is the
only salvation of the producing elass.
JLhey say what can we expect but un
just laws from one party that is owned,
controlled and manipulated in every re
spect by railroad cappers and monopoly
henchmen, or the other, loud-mouthed
and blatant for reform, whose vision is
so contracted that they see nothing
wrong but the tariff; and in States
where it has the majority it panders as
much as the other to the railroad gang.
should be done immediately.
WHAT TO DO.
First hold mass meetings of the boys
and girls as often as seems necessary,
including children from Sunday and
public schools, as well as from the L. T.
L. By brief talks on the amendment
from those familiar with the subject, by
questions and answers as to what it is
and what it will do tor our btate, and
by stirring songs rouse their enthusi
asm and give tnem intelligent convic
tions in regard to it. At one of these
meetings let the children hold a mock
election, having a ballot box and ballots
prepared in advance. Organize a corps
of boys to assist in distributing litera
ture for the VV. C. T. U. and for any
other service they can render.
Make full use of the children in all
Kearney County Alliance,
Hart well, Neb.
and is fully as willing to enact unjust public .meetings held under the auspices
laws in favor of the money kings and Df the W. C. T. U. When practicable
against me oesx interest 01 me iuass ui
Wishing the Farmers Alliance paper
a God speed, 1 remain
Yours i raternally,
D. D. Remingtox,
Seey. .Seward Co. Alliance.
Hon. J. B. Weaver in Nebraska.
General Weaver, the well known la
bor advocate of Iowa, who so ably rep
resented his district in congress for
three terms, and who is always found
on the side of the people in their de
mands for justice and freedom from
oppression has made a line of appoint
ments for Nebraska, and will be at the
following places ou tho dates named.
Lincoln, June 25th, Hastings, June 26,
Beatrice, June 28, Ord, June 30,Broken
Bow, July 2, Grand Island, July 3, and
Wahoo, July 4. Our readers in the dif
ferent localities should see to it that
each of these meetings are well attend
ed as the General will have very inte
resting facts and figures to present , at
Things in Saunders Co.
Wahoo, Neb., June 30, 1890.
Editor Alliance: The Saunders Co
Allianee held its regular quarterly meet
ing at Valparaiso June 21. The opera
house was crowded, their being 24 Alli
ances represented. We heartily endorse
the independent movement the old
officers were re-elected.
In the atternoon we went to a grove
all prepared by the Valparaiso Alliance,
with seats and stand. Pres't Powers
spoke for an hour and a half expound
ing the truth in a plain, clear voice.
Valparaiso Alliance will grow rapidly.
One man said, "well that old man talks
right from the heart." Another "He is
honest, any way."
Resolved, We hold a mass meeting and
basket picnic at at W ahoo, July 4.
Resolved, That we place our o wn ticket
in the held, and that we will not sup-
poi't any man that accepts a nomination
from either ot the old parties. lhis.will
not debar the old parties from endors
ing any man that we bring out.
You can set Saunders Co. down solid
for the independent movement. The
merchants say, "if it is good for the
farmers it is good for me." The lawyers
aud politicians say ' 't hat's my sentiments
too." W. O. Rand,
Sec'y Co. Alliance.
The Prices of Com.
Tho fact that the pr'ce of corn is always so
low until the crop is all sold and then it imme
diately advances is positive proof -that there
is a force which names the price thereof. The
elevator combine and the railroads are the
lords of this western Boil, and the farmers
serve thera for the mere pittance of a bare
as long- as the farmers stand this and only
grumble, the frreedy soulless combine and
corporations will filch from them to the last
penny. They fear not grumbling-, It is action
that they dread and respect. Lincoln Call.
All right, Mr. Call. The farmers pro
pose action this year. Hope it will suit
have them march through the streets
before the meeting with their banners
and appropriate mottoes, headed by
drums. It always sends a thrill through
an audience to have the children march
into the hall with banners and song just
at the time for commencing the meet-
ing. Their recitations and singing, in
terspersed through the other exercises,
will move some heart that adult speak
ers may fail to reach. A leaflet con- j
taining appropriate selections for songs
and recitations should be published.
Let boys, designated by a rosette of red,
white and blue ribbon, act as ushers
and collectors. They cau also distribute
lirerature to the audience.
It is hoped that no company of the L.
T. L. will miss the joy of making a con
tribution to this work from the proceeds
of an entertainment or otherwise. Ev
ery Sunday school in the State would
aid the cause greatly by sending a col
lection to the state treasurer of the VV.
C. T. U. to be used in publishing and
securing literature for the campaign.
Will not our L. T. L. superintendents
speak a wise word in this direction.
Use the following and other mottoes
whenever practicable at puolic meet
ings; place them conspicuously about
your churches aud halls, signed by the
children s company: "Behold 1 set be
fore you this day, a blessing and
curse." "Lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil." "Take the
safe path, father, your boy is coming
after you." . "Hold"the fort'for prohibi
tion, reinforcements soon are coming."
"Make our paths safe from temptation."
We are not unmindful, dear sisters,
that (to carry out these suggestions will
mean work and self-sacnfice, but think
of the education this is to be to the chil
dren, shaping their thought and action
for all the years that lie before them.
Therefore" we prayerfully exhort you to
"Be steadfast, unmovable, always
abounding jn the work of the Lord
knowing that your labor is not in vain
in the Lord."
Ellen A. Blair,
State Supt. JE.UV. Dept. of W. C. T. U,
In answering advertisements please
mention The Alliance.
A Letter to Uncle Sam by Jacob Beck.
No. 5. -
Decatue, Neb., June 20, 1890.
Dear Uncle: In my last letter
tbok the position that the end and aim
of all legislation was the relief of human
wants. I have also shown in previous
letters the feasibility of a scheme to en
able all, even the poorest of the poor, to
obtain a home by paying one per cent
per annum on the cost of the same. I
now wish to cull your attention to other
wants in society that my policy meets
There is now and has been for some
time a deep felt want for a greater vol
ume of currency to meet the business
requirements of the times. How is this
money to be put into circulation?
Suppose the government wished to
increase the circulation twenty dollars
per capita; if we are sixty millions of
population it will require twelve nun
dred millions of dollars. Now suppose
she issues that amount of legal tender
greenbacks containing no exception
clause, and expends it in fitting up two
millions of homes, each home costing
six hundred dollars. Would not all the
people except money loaners be bene
fited by such an inflation of the cur
rency? Would not the price of pro
duce go up and thus enable the strug
gling fanner, who is the base of ail
prosperity, to get out of debt?
If the homes of the people are the
bulwarks of the nation, would not the
republic itself be made stronger by the
addition of two millions of free-holders?
Again, theie are millions of idlers all
over the land seeking work but unable
to find it. To make the improvements
my scheme, contemplates Would give
employment to an army of laborers and
thereby meet another crying want. A
decree of the governmeut to improve
two millions of farms on the govern
ment lands, each improvement to cost
six hundred dollars, would give such a
stimulus to every branch of enterprise
as it never met before. And then the
offering of these homes to actual set
tiers at the trifling cost of six dollars a
year, would give new hope and courage
to despaning millions 01 the needy sons
and daughters of want.
Suppose, dear uncle, that instead of
retiring the greenbacks twenty-live
years ago and burning them, they had
thus been used to pay men to lit up
homes on the public lands of your broad
domain; by this time, even at one per
cent per annum, you would have one
fourth of your money back, and mil
lions of your family would have homes
who now have not, but instead thereof
are begging for the opportunity to make
an honest living.
lo conciliate the prejudices of those
who think that nothing but gold and
silver is money, I would consent that
f the yearly installments due the govern
r . i 1 i 1 1 i " . 1 .
muni, xul luese nujuit-s oiiuuiu. ue paiu in
specie; so the government would have
the wherewith to redeem the green
backs put out to consummate thisHbene-
I think it can be shown that the na
tional banker m a sort of round-about
way gets money of Uncle Sam for one
per cent per annum. This money is
the basis of his banking business. I do
not complain of this.
The farm is the farmer's basis of busi
ness. W hat 1 want is this: I want Un
cle Sam to furnish him a basis to do
uusmess on at one per cent per annum
me same as ne aoes me national hanker.
If you don't do this you make a distinc
tion by giving special privileges to
some and denying them to others. Re
memoer the good book says: "It is not
guou lo nave respect ot persons; tor a
piece of bread that man will transgress."
x ours lor equal privileges,
Notice ot Incorporation of the Maxwell,
Sharpe & Ross Company.
The name of this corporation shall be the
Maxwell, Sharpe & Koss company.
The principal place of transactinsr the busi
ness of said corporation shall be at Lincoln,
Lancaster county, Nebraska.
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by this corporation 6hall be to buy.
sell and exchange real and personal property
f every nature and kind whatsoever in the
state of Nebraska or elsewhere as said corpo
ration may determine.
The authorized capital stock of this corpo
ration shall be (f 150,000 00) one hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, divided into shares of
fifty dollars ($50.00) each, stock shares shall
be fully paid up at the time they are issued,
and shall be non-assessable. The corpora
tion may proceed with the main design of its
organization when fifty thousand dollars
(f 50.00U.O0) of its capital stock shall have been
taken and issued.
The highest amount of indebtedness or li
ability to which the corporation 6hall at anr
time subject itself shall not exceed two-thirds
of the amount of the capital stock taken out
The affairs of the corporation shall be con
ducted by a board of three directors who
shall elect a president, secretary and treasurer.
Dated. Lincoln, Nebraska, this first day of
MAXWELI rHARPE KOSS UOMPANT, t
By Frank Sharpe, Secretary. 5-w 2-1
The Suppressed Political Bombshell
Our Republican Monarchy.
An Unsparing Arraignment of tho Politico-
Capitalistic Machinery which has corrupted
our free institutions and prostituted the Ke-
public to the aristocratic forms and indus
trial slaveries of Monarchial Europe. By
"We want all our subscribers to read Our
Republican Monarchy.' This book is a scath
ing portrayal of the monstrously unequal and
unjust conditions now existing in the United
States, stated as the author says "with plain
ness, that tho weople may understand it." J.
Burrows in The Farmers' Alliance, June
"The most startling political pamphlet of
the day which every citizen should read."
Hon. James B. Weaver, of Iowa.
Price 25 cents, sent post-paid from this of
fice. Or. wo will 6end The Alliance one
year and the book for ft 1.10.
"THE BEST HOG ON EARTH."
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1140 O Street.
F. W. H0HMAN,
Oldest and most complete JIusic
House in the state, display
ing leading and first-class
PIANOS and ORGANS.
A full line of Violins, Accordeons, and Mu
sical Merchandise. Sheet Music and Musfo
Books. t Agent for celebrated ) makes of
Brass instruments T"Tbo 'Alliance can eave
from 15 to 20 per cent. Ppeolal Terras to
Clubs. Correspondence or a call tjoucitod.
F. W. IIOJIMAN.
Stock Com. Co.
SALESMEN: D. C. (Shan) Taxson, Ca
tie. Q. W. Jackson, Hogs.
MONEY FTTENX SUED TO J415
Eeferenco: Any bank in Nebraska.
Write us for any information to Boom
9, Exchange BuildlBg, So. Omaha, 40lf
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
I have a large number of animals not akin
ready for shipment.
J M. HALLE CK,
Breeder and Shipper.
CENTRAL CITY, NEB. 49tf
AT LOW PSlCES EOU CASH,
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL.
If at any time you are dissatisfied with a pur
chase made from us, the goods can be returned
and money will be refunded.
MILLER & PAINE,
tM 133 to 139 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
ALLIANCE GROCERY HOUSE.
Largest and most complete stock of Teas, Cof
fees and Spices in the west.
T ,T"7"R"! STDGfKZ
S. W. SINCLAIR & CO. ,
UNION STOCK YARDS,
Chicago, - - - Illinois.
We do no business except purely commis
sion in fresh country consignments. sso
scalper's work done. Every customer's stock
sold on its merits. All stock watered, fed
and sold by a member of the firm. No cheap
labor employed. Consign your stock to us
and get its value. Your money remitted as
you desire, and trip made as agreeable and
pleasant as it can be.
Uefekence: Any national uanK. &m
AMERICAN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO.
BOOM 34 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
IS CO OPERATIVE AND SELLS
Consign to 4
Care of A. L. S. C. Co.,
smso South 0mahaf Neb
Imported and bred by L. F. ROSS, Iowa
City, la. The oldest herd In Iowa. The
beat herds in England represented.
Come and see stock or send for circu
lar. Far1" one mile Southeast of citv
Alliance Sewing Machines.
Statfi Acypnt. Hnrtlev is now TreTarcd
to furnish a first class SeAying Machines,
nicely finished, five drawers, with all
the latest improvements. Trice $20,
f . o. b. at Lincoln. 51 tf.
at prices quoted by State Agent's price list on
all mail orders sent by secretaries or busi
ness agents of Alliances.
Save 25 per cent on Groceries, and 50 per
cent on Teas, Coffees and Spices by ordering
goods of us. Samples of Teas mailed on application.
Reference: Lincoln National B:nk.
5tf S. P. STEVENS & CO., 1207 O Street, Lincoln.
H 3y-Tv-ra '
We Will All Sine:
If you send and pet the New Allianee Sonsrs
ler, just hot from the pres of H. & L. Vin
cent, at Wlnfleld, Kansas. It Is a little beauty
containing M) pages of mostly new sonjts writ
ten this year especially for this book by Alli
ance people. Most of them aie set to old and
familiar tunes, so all may join In the music
and enjoy It heartily. The price is placed at
the exceedlnjily low rate of single copies ll)
cent or 12 for f 1.00. Posttige 10 cents extra.
U.S. SCALE CO.,
Manufacturers of Ptock, Wagon, IIor.-tr.
Miners Dormant, Depot and ll. Jt. Track
Scales, all sizcH.
Greatest improYements-Lcwsst Prices!
We have had 15 yerra experience in this
business and will mruarantee satisfactory work
or no pay. Send lor circulars and prices be
2 a. J. AUSTIN, Trcs., Tcrro Haute, Inl.
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