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THE FARMERS ALLIANCE: LINCOLN, NEB;, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1890.
Appointments for Mr. Powers.
John H. Powers, the People's inde
pendent candidate for governor, will
speak at the following places on dates
Syracuse, . "
Pawnee City, "
Lincoln " 8 to 13th.
Fairbury,. " 16th.
WUber, " 17th.
Geneva, " . 18th.
Hebron, . " 20th.
Hastings, " 23d.
Other appointments will be made next
APPOINTMENTS OF HON. W. A.
Hastings, (Fair Grounds,)
Coe's Grove. Harlan Co.,
Bertrand, Phelps ' " ,
Elwood, Gosper "
Stockville, Frontier "
Holdredge, Phelps . "
Sept. 13, 14 and 15 open.
Geneva, (2 p. m.,) Fair,
Fairmount, Fillmore "8p.m
Friend, Saline Co., 2 p. m.,
Exeter, Fillmore Cd.y 8 p. m.,
Hebron, Thayer Co,, 2 p. m.,
Belvedere, " " 8 p. m..
Clay Center, 8 p. m.,
Harv ard, 8 p. m., - .
Hastings, , -
Kenesaw; 8 p. m.,
Mmden, 8 p. m.,
Edffar. Clay Co.,
By order of Committee.
FRANCIS PHILLIPS, Ch'n
B, McGAW, Secretary.,
Second Congressional District
MR. KEM'S APPOINTMENTS.
Mr! Kem is now speaking nearly every
day to large crowds. He is listened to
with attention, and never fails to stir up
the enthusiasm of his audiences. His en
gagements in the near future are as fol
lows: " Hungerford, Box Butte, Sept
In Sioux County, " .
At Chadrbn, Dawes Co., "
In Sheridan County.,
At Valentine, Cherry Co.,
' Ainsworth, Brown Co., "
" Snrintr View. Keva Paha. "
S. E. THORNTON,
4 V ' I'i " t Ch'm Cong. Com.
A Grand Public Celebration.
The Farmers' Alliances of Lancaster
county will unite with the organized
and unorganized labor of Lincoln to
properly celebrate Labor Day on
- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1 ST, 1890.
The exercises will open with a grand
public parade at 9 a. m. and be con
tinued at Cushman Park throughout
the day and evening. , ;
Noted speakers from all parts of the
country will address the people. Music,
both vocal and instrumental, and other
entertaining features will, add to the
dav's treasures. -W. yusHne; of Chi
cago, president f3f the U. B. of carpen
ters and joiners of America; Hon. J. H;
Powers, president of the Nebraska
State . Farmers'. Alliance; , Morris L.
Wheat, of Iowa, worthy foreman o the
Knights of Labor; L. J.Palda, of Cedar
Rapids, Bohemian labor orator; Hon.
R..H. Trevellick and many other speak
ers will be present.
The event will exceed in importance
and magnitude all . similar demonstra
tions of the past.'and all societies and
individuals in sympathy with the pur
poses of the celebration are cordially
invited to participate in all the exer
cises of the day. Reduced rates on all
railroads. T By order of
, ; :' ; i t ; u Committee.
Alliance Picnic, in Buffalo County.
There will be an Alliance picnic held
in Hogg's grove at the Buffalo Center
school house, Gardner township, Buffa
lo county, on Sept. 5th, 1690. Able
speakers will be there to address one of
the largest crowds ever assembled in
Buffalo county. . Come one come all.
You are cordially invited. Come with
your well filled baskets.
U ' C, W. Ghamp. :
J. A. Hogg,
Miss Anna Sutter.
i I ' " Committee.
Meeting of Booue County Alliance.
The regular meeting of the Boone
county Alliance for the 3rd quarter will
convene in Albion :v Saturday. Sent. 6.
1890y-at 10 o'clock m. Full represen
tation isearnestly desired as business
of importace will , come before the
meeting- W. A. PIynter, Pres.V;
W. B. Watson, Sec.
Meeting of Clay County Alliance. :
The 4th regular session of the Clay
County Alliance will be held in Clav
Center, Saturday Sept. 18th. This will
be an important meeting, and visiting
friends are cordially invited.
Leon McReynolds, Pres.
W. T. Dalton, Sec. .
Postponement of Picnic.
The Grange-Alliance picnic announc
ed in our last issue to be held at Diel's
Jrove in Dodge county, is postponed
until Wednesday, Sept. 17, when the
programme as announced will be car
ried out. -
at Stella, Richardson
There will be a grand Alliance picnic
atStelH, in . Richardson county, Mon
day, Sept. 1st, 1890.
a Die speakers ana tne candidates on
the independent ticket will be present.
Hon. J, H. Powers has been invited.
T. G. Ferguson.
. ) f
Picnic in Clay County.
A grand basket picnic will be held at
Sutton, Clay county, Saturday, August
30, in the finest grove in the state, un
der the auspices of the Pleasant Dale
Alliance No. 1291. All are cordially
invited. Good speakers will be in at
tenaance to address tne audience on
the great independent movement
Music by the band, r Special invitation
is extended to the ladies. By order o
Meeting of the Buffalo County Farmers
The regular meeting of the Farmers
Alliance will be held at the court house
in Kearney on the 11th dav of Septem
ber, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. Business
of importance will be transacted, and a
mil attendance is desired, v
Peter O'Brien, Secretary.
C. A. Borders, President.
To all Subordinate Alliances of Frontier
County, Nebraska: -The
regular session of the frontier
County Alliance will meet in Stockville
on September 2, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A large delegation is expected. Vis
iting bretnren invitea.
M. 1. WAKU, oeuietaij.
W. E. Palmek, President. .
Gosper County Alliance.
The Farmers' Alliance of Gosper
county will hold a regular meeting in
Elwood, Saturday Sept. 6, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Every bub. Alliance in ine coun
ty should be represented, and any Alli
ance brother will be heartily welcomed.
W. H. Stone, Sec.
Pleasant View Alliance will give a
picnic at Bayard, Neb., Thursday, Sept.
4th. Prominent speakers will be pres
ent, and good music discourse sweet
harmony. Refreshment on the grounds.
Everybody is invited.
, By order of committee.
.' Gage County .Alliance.
' Will meet at Odd Fellows hall, Be
atrice, Saturday, September 13. Repre
sentatives from every Subordinate
Alliance is desired.
James C. Hetherington,
STILL THEY, COME !
Another .County Heard From. County
Convention and County Alliance
Pursuant to a call a'large delegation
of those in, sympathy with the inde
pendent movement in Cherry county
convened at the court house in Valen
tine, on Aug. 16th in mass convention.
After the usual routine of business a
county ticket was nominated, dele
gates to the representative convention
elected, also a central committee, con
sisting of one from 'each precinct, ap
pointed. .Entire harmony ana tne best
of order prevailed.
Immediately after the adjournment of
the mass convention, delegates from
the various Alliances assembled for the
purpose of organizing a county Alli
ance. County organizer Han called
the meeting to order. Committee on
credentials reported nine Alliances rep
resented by delegates. The following
were then duly elected and installed as
omcers for present term: f resident,
Han; Vice-President, F. B. Em
mons; Secretary, F. W. Hawkes; Treas-
urer,'G.;P. Crabb; Chaplain, Munshowe;
ecturer, W alter Lumby; Asssstant
ecturer, F. G. Black; Doorkeeper,
John Whillam: Assistant, B. S, Smith;
Sargeant-at-arms, S. B. Ayers. Ad-
ourned to meet bept. b. v
Jb. W. Hawkes, Sec. ,y
Resolutions of Respect to the late Frank
Thomas, Passed by Alliance 'No. 1210
, ; ' of Willow Creek, Neb.
JfTiereas, In his wisdom it has pleased
God to remove f from our midst our
Brother Frank Thomas, . whose
years .had but passed to a middle
age, yet in whom were tound traits
of character which proclaimed him one
of nature's noblemen, brave, truthful,
generous and self sacrificing to a fault,
sympathetic and gentle as a woman.
VV e mourn his untimely taking on, not
only because we have lost a brother and
co-worker, but because his wife and
children have sustained an-irreparable
oss; therefore be it,
Resolved, That we tender our heart
felt sympathies to the bereaved family
of Frank Thomas, and pray that they
may find consolation in the thought
that that which separated body and
soul did not destroy the soul.
Resolved, lhat we tender our thanks
to the neighbors and brothers who kind-
y assisted in Brother Thomas' lone
continued illness, and no less are our
thanks due to the'nameless heroine who
so ably seconded their efforts by pro
viding the repasts which enabled them
to pursue their self imposed labor.
Resolved, That Willow Ureek Alliance
be draped in mourning: for the time of
thirty days; and further be it,
Resolved, lhat these - resolutions be
spread upon the journal, a copy sent to
the Farmers, Alliance, and Wahoo
papers for publication, and a copy pre
sented to the family of our deceased
;i i ! Committee.
Grand Gathering in Madison County.
; ' ; Madison, Neb., Aue. 20, 1890.
Editor Alliance: The people's
campaign opened here on August 16th
with a rousing speech by lion. V. M
Kem, who won the audience from the
beirinning with his 'eloquent "and fore
ible argument, reviewing at length the
condition ot capital and labor, and
showing that the millionaires of the
country, as well as the mortgages on
the farms and laborers' homes are the
result of our system of government
The speaker won rounds of applause
all through his address, and if at the
close the audience could have cast their
ballots, the result would have been
O. M. Kem, congressman elect for the
big third. Hon. J. W. Edgerton, the
next attorney general, was the next
speaker, and made a telling speech, dis
cussing many of the issues that are agi
tating the people, and especially rail
road rates, of which none are of, more
importance to the farmers of Nebraska.
It was conceded by everybody to be the
largest political gathering ever held in
Madison. There were delegations from
ditterent parts of the county with ban
ner3 flying, accompanied by martial
music. 1 he procession was formed at
the corner of Pearl and Fifth streets.
headed by the MadisQn cornet band and
ioilowed by the speakers in carriages
The distance to the grove prepared for
the occasion is about one mile from the
city, and the procession reached the
wnoie distance, wmie almost as many
more went on foot. Madison county is
thoroughly alive. Alliance men and
other laboring men, if we mean what
we say, we will walk up to the polls
November 4th next and elect the whole
. 1 C.H.Harris.
Democrats and the Independent Ticket
s Editor Alliance: I see a gooddea
about the democrats not sticking to the
independent move, and that they will go
back to the old party. Now that is an
1 ,1 A. 1 f T 1
uiu pany ne, ior 1 am a aemocrat and
a hard shelled one at that; but I wil
vote the independent ticket straight
t c uavc liiiy uemocrauc votes in our
precinct, and forty -six of them wil
vote the independent ticket. There are
three men running for commissioner.
Andrews. Ren., will cret. irht Vntoo
Dauchy, Dem., will get four votes, and
Dechant, Ind., will get the balance.
Does that look like the democrats were
going back on the independent ticket?
Nine-tenths of the democrate of Fron
tier, irosper and lurnas counties wil
irAi -t. 2 .3 . . . . -
ui.o mo luuepenuenc ticket, ana an
equal proportion of the republicans wil
do the same. How T wnuld sv tn al
independents, don't let us listen to their
lies, but on the 5th of Nov. go to the
polls early, and not wait for some one
else to go, but go all of us and work
hard alfday for our men, and if we do
this success will be our reward.
Politics are dull in this end of the
county because we can't find any demo
crats or republicans to talk to; and you
can depend on Frontier county giving a
big majority for the independent ticket,
and furthermore this district will elect
an independent senator and an inde
pendent representative, and also our
E. C. Aldkicii,
Pres. Washington Alliance.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.
Interesting Letter from Bro. Halleck.
Central City, Aug. 18, 1890.
Editor Alliance: The political
campaign has opened all along the line,
and three Darties now stand before the
people on their merits. Each of jthe old
parties appeal to the farmers for sup
port, and try to show us that they have
found our political Moses to lead us
out of the wilderness. Each professes
great love for the poor down trodden
armer, and asks for our love in return.
They have fed us on husks, and when
we wish a change of diet these poor
office seekers are astonished.
It is the same old programme over
again. 1 he old parties nominate the
armer s worst enemies tor omce, and
do not put one farmer on their tickets,
and then expect us to Support them as
usual. Brother farmers, you may do
so if you wish to be ground down still
ower; but excuse me, l have got
enough. You have good farmers norm
nated for office on the independent
ticket, and if you don't support them
you will regret it. We have tried for
years to let the money power make the
1 3 f 1 .1 i 1 F A 1
aws, ana you nave oeen me tan 01 ine
ion and have wagged just when your
boss said wag." The laws are framed
to aid our enemies of every kind, and
the moment we wish to frame a few
aws for our benefit, then we see our
opponents unite to defeat us.
lhere may b some grains of com
mon sense in the wish of some farmers
to stand by the old parties and vote for
just such as might be nominated, but if
there is any we cannot . hnd it after
ong search. Une party puts a money
oaner and land speculator on the tick
et for governor. How do vou like the
idea of supporting a man who has
taken three and four percent a month
rom your brother farmer when he was
hard up? Elect him to a high office
and he can laugh to think that ne would
not let you turn the coat. He won't
vote for you, but you may go and cringe
1. . - "! 1 V
ana sneaK up 10 mm ana asK ior a 111
tie aid, Uh yes, at three or four per
cent per month. Get down on your
knees and kiss the big toe of the rich,
and then ask yourself if it is the best
you can do.
Blister your hands trying to build
home, and pull on the skin, and the
sting is the result of hard times caused
by money sharks and their tools; the
ones we elect to office. The scar ought
to remind you ot the folly you once
committed, and as long as the scar re
mains vou ousrht to te a free man
The old politicians say that the men on
the independent ticket are untried, and
not competent to fill the high positions
we wish them to attain. But if we
wish to see powerful minds (?) lust
00k at the candidates on the old party
We attended a grove meeting Aug
15th, in York county, and heard some
of the political hash that will be fed to
the people this fall. Mr. Harlan the
. o. p. candidate for congress spoke
or 40 minutes, and we expected to
hear some good political theology, but
he spent his entire time telling us what
he did while in the house at Lincoln.
The people came to hear something
better, and were very much displeased
to hear so much boasting. Mr. Wolfe,
the candidate for treasurer on the in
dependent ticket spoke for 30 minutes,
and from beginning to end he spoke of
the present feeling of the people and
what we must do to better our con
dition. He did not call attention to
the great, things he had done, but he
told us of many things the old parties
had promised to do and failed to do.
His speech and gentlemanly appear
ance won for him many friends, and
we believe that if he is elected to office
that we won't be compelled to take off
our hats and kneel when we enter his
office. He will meet us as men and
treat us as equals. If a vote could have
been taken after the meeting closed,
the independents would have won by
a large majority, and if the same feel
ing is shown over the entire county Mr.
Harlan would be defeated by 500 ma
jority in his.ownc6unty. There seems
to be a settled feeling of distrust for the
old parties over the entire state, and
when you hear three or four farmers
conversing, the entire talk is about
politics. There is no excitement, but a
strong feeling that is growing stronger
and stronger, seems to prevail, and we
hear but very few farmers who wish to
be tail any longer. The farmer that
does not helo-himself now ought to be
a slave, and if we are defeated we can
point to those recreant ones as our worst
enemies. Don't let up on the fighting
until after election day. ;
; 1 raternauy, 1
; M. M. Halleck.
Fifteenth District ; in Line.
Mandekson, Neb., Aug. 22, 1890.
At a convention of the 15th senatorial
district of Neb., held at Sargent, Cus
ter county, Aug. 20, 1890, the following
resolutions were adopted, and secretary
requested to send copy of same to the
Farmers' Alliance, and to every pa
per friendly to -the independent move
ment in this district.
Resolved, 1.' That we endorse without
change the platform , of the people's
party adopted at Lincoln on J uly 29th,
2. That we can, and will heartily sup
port' each and every candidate on the
people's ticket, and especially our own
nominee for congress, O. M. Kem, of
3. That this convention will not sup
port any candidate or nominee for sena
tor who is not in full sympathy with
the independent movement, and who
will not pledge himself to . support the
same, and make a canvass of his dis
trict. Whereas, The B. & M. R. R. Co!, has
two branch roads now graded, but not
completed in counties in this district.
Resolved, That if said company does
not promptly complete said branches,
we will use our influence to induce
other roads to occupy the territory.
Geo, B. Truitt, Sec.
Good News From Platte County.
ine independent ticket will win in
this county this fall. The republicans
have endorsed, our candidates for rep
resentative and county attorney. So
"old Platte" will be represented at Lin
coin next winter by genuine "hay
seeds," and irood ones. , too. We have
the advantage of having the best coun
ty paper in the state, the Platte Center
Argus, championing our cause.
' . Yours for victory,
F. A. Matson.
Ass't Sec'y Alliance No. 1266.
PROGRAM FOR LABOR DAY.
Order of the Alliances
in the Street
The several Alliances in the
County will assemble in the
southern part of the city, all
south of J street ana on any
streets adiacent to -Eleventh
street. The procession will be
formed at 9 A. M. on Eleventh
street, head of column resting
on J street, extending south.
The several Alliances .will fall
into line as follows:
Bee Hive No. 425.
Rock Creek No. 953.
Agnew No. 975
Crounse No.. 1016.
Cedar Hill tfo. 1061.;
Walton No. 1158.
Malcolm No. 1185.
Davey ISo. 1260
Waverly No. 1277.
Cheney No. 1352.
Saltillo No. 1353.
Oak Valley No. 1354.
Camp Creek No. 1382.
Raymond No. 1397.
Pauama No. I46i.
Prairie Flower No. 1491,
Pleasant Valley No. 1504.
Roca No. 1505.
Hickman No. 1531.
Amaha No. 1588.
Pleasant Valley No. 1592.
Sprague No. 1598.
Stockton No. 1601.
Yankee Hill No. 1605. .
Valley Jnion No. i626.
Lake No. 1655.
Firtli No. 1688. -Union
Branch No: ,1701.
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There are other matters as important to you
as railroad rates, it
too much for your Fall Supplies you will not
act wisely. This you are liable to do unless
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Save 25 per cent on Groceries, and 50 per
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Emerald No. 1702.
JVblan iVb. 1748.
Highland Aro. 1774.
Sunnyside No. 1873. .
, Oak jUill No. 19i8:
Bright Star iVb. i933.
O. Hull, Marshal.
Crop Reports. : .,
FRANKLIN COUNTY. K
Corn not one-fourth of a crop. Small
grain in the southern part of the coun
ty destroyed by hail and drouth ; north
ern part very light, rotatoes and gar
den truck a total failure. 13 room corn
not a good quality and very light crop
Hav short: no upland hay at all. Stock
in fair condition. Corn 48 cents.
S. S. Barnes.
Ceryl', Neb.! Aug. 20, 1890.
The crops around my alliance are
very poor. Wheat averages from 1 to
5 bushels per acre. Corn is almost a
total, failure. Some will have corn,
some will not. Potatoes, not any to
amount to anything. Only one in my
Alliance will have any potatoes. We
will have to .keep our stock mostly on
fodder. Hay is scarce.
J. H. Furrow, "
Secretary Alliance 771.
Wheat one-fourth crop; oats total
failure; corn about 3 bushels par acre;
potatoes nothing; hay short. People
are cutting up most of their fodder tor
winter food. We will have a hard time
to pull through. Furthermore, I think
this report will cover the county, ex
cepting wheat, which is better, iK some
townships, than here.
Y J. W. Morris.
The crop outlook in this county has
not been very favorable. The late rains
will help to fill corn that has not al
ready dried up. Average yields may
be stated as follows: Wheat from 10 to
20 bushels per acre; oats 10 to 30 bushels
Eer acre; flax 3 to 8 bushels per acre;
arley 25 to 50 bushels and rye 20 to 25
bushels per acre; corn will probably
make 40 per cent, of an average crop.
Potatoes almost a failure.
F. A. Matson,
Ass't Sec'y Alliance No. 1266,
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Look the Jnarket over,
you call at
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makers. Buy from us and you will get rocs
bo t torn factory prices. 300 cigars consisting
oi is district Dranas, rangintr in price from
$12 to f 50 per thousand, forwarded upon re
ceipt of $5.00. Remit by P. O. or Express
Money Order, Registered Letter, Bank Check
or Draft. For agencies, terms. Ac, address
W. E. KLRUM CO. Cor. tu and Douglaaj sta.
m39 Koadinir. Pa.
HvniiMilir, J.ttln, Revolving, Artealmn,
DiainniMl ProtfMK TooU, tnsiri, Holltrn,
Wiii.l .Mill., I'uii
iniu. Kncyviunedla, I.imjO
ngraviiiif. K.rth' Strata, LMnn.
natinn iilltr wafT;nilrH,4,
Tb. Aawriraa Wrll Work,
If r 1113
la 111 Fin
tt 11 1 K.C.MI
A responsible agent in every precinct, alive
Alliance men preferred, to handle "Our Re
publican Monarchy" by Venier Voldo. dur
ing the campaign. The fastest selling book
of the day, treating all public iBtues in plain
language. 40 percent commission to agents.
Add reus at once A. E. Sanderson, publishers,
box 70, St. Louis, Mo.
Holsteln Pull for Sale or Exchange.
Registered name Omaha, from C. Jones'
Premium and Imported Cow Akje; six years
old this fall and weighs in light trim 2,200 lbs.
No scrub wanted. Address
4w9 . . - O. E. STEARNS, .
RED -POLLED CATTLE.
Imported and bred by L. T. ROSS, Iowa
City, la. Tb oldest herd in Iowa. Hie
best herds In England represented.
Come and see stock or send for circu
lar. Far on mile Southeast of cit
Alliance Campaign Songs
111.50 PER 100 SETS.
A collection of six songs by Venier Velda,
written to popular airs, with the view to con
cert singing at Alliance meetings throughout
the campaign. Printed on stout paper and
sent, post paid, at $1.50 per 100 complete
copies. Address, Allincjc Pen. Co.,
The most damnable piece of. brazen
impudence and insult to an intelligent
American people (if there is such a peo
ple) is the clause in the silver bill stat
ing that it is the policy of the govern
ment to keep silver on a parity with
gold. The infamous lie follows the sec
tion which stops its coinage after next
July 1st and demonetizes it by this
Lclause, "the certificates shall be legal
tender, except where otherwise express
ly stipulated in the contract." Could
anything better show the utter, con
tempt which our congressmen enter
tain for the American voter's intelli
gence. Demonetize it and then assert
that it is the policy of the government
(Wall street) to keep it on an equality
with gold. The very least punishment
every congressman who voted for the
infamous bill should receive wonld be
defeat at the polls overwhelming de
feat Ottumwa World.
Connell was the man who talked
against the bill and then voted for it,
thus out Heroding Herod in his share of
; a 111 ft Vl
25 million Nurserv
Grown Forest Tree
If o agents. Deal direct with cusoinra. Sv
omraTsslon middle-men. f-snd ror price list.
Also GENERAL NURSERY Stock.
ROBERT W. FURNAS,
W. D. NICHOLS
GENERAL DEALER 'IN .
Have soui-- Fine Bargains in Improved
Lota For Sale in Every Addition in the City. ,
OFFICE, 605 COURT ST. TELE. 82. mt
OSO. A BILL.
T. C. SHELLY.
8. F. McCOY.
(Successors to Bell Co.)
Boom 88 Exchange Building. Cash Adi
references ask your bank..
Ukion Stock Yards, South Omaha,
CHI'S HEIDMRT, Proprietor.
eia east court street, n. s. of
M AH ULE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS,
HEAD STONES, TABLETS, VAULTS.
SARCOPHAGI, ft CEMETERY '
WORK OF ALL KINDS. 30
Branch Yards. Brownvllle and Rock Port, Me.
Elevenlli SI. flrn ogisis
Dealers In Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Arti
cles and Druggists' Sundries. All kinds of
Paints, Oils and Colors.
PURE DRUGS. LOW
237 SOUTH 11th STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
Two doors north of The Fanners' Alliance.
Refurnished & Refitted.
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
Popular Rates. $1.50 and
$2.00 per day. NO BAR.
ARTISTIC . PORTRAITS.
TV. J. THORP Co.,
Rubber Stamps, Seals,
Stencils, Badges and
Baggage Ch-f ks
"v,iV tMmciiptlon. Ksutoiished lMHi
I.INMLN. N EH
PAY RETAIL PRICES
WHIN TOU CAN
DOY AT UI10LESALE
CAT, WEAR OR U8C.
WE HAVE "NO AGENTS.
WrlM for foil Catalojrae Sent van.
H. R. EACLC & CO.,
Fcrncra1 Hhslsssla Supply V.zuti,
C3 WADASH AVBM OHIOACO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Oa farms In eastern Nebraska and Improved
property In Lincoln for a term of years.
Lowest Current Bates.
B. Et & T. W. MOOBE,
Corner 11th & O Streets. Llncola.
H. C. STOLL,
v Y, ( The Most Improve
vWjci f. 1 ed Breeds of Poland
shire and fcej
nogs. Mttisractinn guaranued in JJ
P. O. Address. BEATRICE, NEB.
Arm mill out of
gwr wh Unk u fall ; inU rr wc
iwr uwtn ib UBJL. tbAtp, tltsplN
dOTmbU&Bi BMltiT. 8nd fur lWr:B.
tiTiCinakn. iidms, F. C. TALLERDAY,
Poplar Grove. Tl
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