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THE FAKMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., SATUBDAY, OCT. 11, 1890.
J. H. POWERS APPOINTMENTS.
John H. Powers, the People's inde
pendent candidate for governor, will
speak at the following places on dates
West Point, "
Schuyler, . "
APPOINTMENTS FOR W. H. DECH.
t, " 15.
, " 16.
" . 18.
APPOINTMENTS FOR C. N. MAY
BERRY. Cedar Rapids,
ALLEN ROOT'S APPOINTMENTS
WITH W. H. DECH.
Nebraska City, '
With C. M. Mayberry,
.South Omaha, '
W. F, Wright's Appointments.
Raymond, Oct. 11.
Gretna, Sarpy Co.,
McKEIGH AN'S APPOINTMENTS.
Roseland, 2 p. m.,
Holstein. 7 p. m..
Wilcox, 1:30 p. m.,
Oxford, 7. p. m.,
McCook, 2 p. m.,
H. B. McGavt,
Mr. Kern's Appointments.
11, 12 and 13.
13, 8 p. m.
14, 10 a. m.
Intermediate dates will be filled. En
thusiasm increases daily. Buffalo Co.
is good for 1,500 majority.
, Yours for success,
S. Ed. Thobnton.
Hon. R. F. Trevelick's Appointments.
Grand Rally and Picnic Dinner of Inde
pendent Voters at Neligh. Neb.
Monday, Oct, 13th, J. W. Edgerton,
independent candidate for attorney
general, Charles N. Mayberry. candi
ate for secretary of state, and other
speakers of prominence will be present
and address the people.
The parade will form promptly at 10
o'clock a. m. Be sure and come in
time. Each delegation will appoint an
assistant marshal. This will be the
grandest rally of the campaign. Every
body is invited to come. J. D. Hatfield;
, officer of the day.
By order of Independent County
Central committee. J. D. Hatfield,
Picnic at Cook, Neb.
There will be an independent picnic
cne and onehalf miles north of Osage
benool House, near Cook, JNeb.,on lues
dav. Oct. 14. lRflO. -
J. T. Maloney, of Lincoln, and other
speakers, will address the people.
H. R. Proffitt.
Independent Rally at Elk Creek.
Hon. J. W. Edgerton will speak at
Elk Creek on Oct 22d. Everyone is
cordially invited to come out. A spe
eial invitation to ladies.
Choice Brown Leghorn Cockerels,
11.00. Jbive cockerels, just as they are,
z.ou li caron soon.
t 2wl6. Belle L. Spboul.
I .liflt&c t Frankfort, Kas.
Grand Industrial Gathering of
Secy's Office. Waverly, Oct. 6.
To the Subordinate Alliances and all
members of the Farmers' Alliance in
Lancaster countv. Nebraska.
I desire to call your attention to the
action taken at the last session of the
countv Alliance held Monday, Sept. 29
It was there decided to make a grand
industrial disolav of the Alliances on
Oct, 25th, all delegates present being
enthusiasticallv in favor of so doing.
A grand parade will take place in the
forenoon -similar to the one held on la
bor day, and the same general plan, of
formation was adopted.
I urge upon every member the im
portance of makiner the success of this
demonstration his personal ' concern.
Let every member in the county be in
line and every waaron be filled with our
members and their families.
The committee on crrounds have se
cured the use of the state fair grounds,
and the line of march will be through
the principal streets and then proceed
to the crrounds. where trood music and
entertaining speeches will occupy the
Shall we"1 have your assistance on this
The order of rank given below will be
followed strictly, and each Alliance
should see that their number is repre
The several Alliances in the county
will assemble in the southern part of
the city, all south of J street and on
any street adjacent 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
Bee Hive No. 425.
Roca No. 1505.
Rock Creek No.953
Hickman No. 1531.
Nemaha No. 1588
Agnew No. 975.
Crounse JNo. lUlb.
Cedar Hill No 1061.
Ples't Val'y No. 1592
Walton No. 1158.
Malcolm No. 1185.
Davy No. 1260.
Waverly No. 1277.
Cheney No. 1352.
Saltillo No. 1353.
Oak Valley No.1354
Val'y UnionNo. 1626
Lake JNo. 1655.
Firth No. 1688.
Emerald No. 1702.
Camp Cr'k No. 1382
Nolan No. 1748.
Raymond No. 1397.
Highland No. 1774.
Panama No. 1461.
Oak Hill No. 1918.
Prairie Fl'r No.1491
Pls'nt Val'y No. 1504
Bright Star No.1933
O. Hull, Marshal.
A cordial invitation is extended to Al
liances of other counties to attend the
meeting and join in the parade.
J. F. Dale, Sec'y Co. Alliance.
Interesting Letter from Vice Presi
Phillips, Neb., Sept. 29, 1890.
Editor Farmers' Alliance. I now
take Jthe opportunity of writing a few
lines to be inserted in your valuable
paper for the benefit of those that read
the only paper that is greutly read by
the "farmers" of Nebraska.
The people of the second district are
surprized at the change that has been
made in the last six months. The Inde
pendent move has set the voters wild.
The old wheel horses seem to be stump
ed. They stand back and look amazed
at the move. The people of Trumbull
held a picnic on the 25th of Sept. I was
there and about 10 a. m. the farmers
began to come in wagons and buggy s and
carriages. The procession that formed
at Trumbull came and swelled the num
bers from two thousand to 2,500. By
12 o'clock the call.was made for dinner.
Then for the roasted ox. The Band
gave some fine music. Then Mr. Mc-
Keighan was introduced by the
chairman. . He made a masterly
speech, as usual, and held the people
spell-bound for two hours. There were
several other speakers. The day was a
success tor Trumbull and the people's
ticket. From there to Bromfield at
night. Found a house full of enthusias
tic Independent voters. McKeighan's
speech was well received, and the voters
at Bromfield better posted.
On the 26th of Sept., in Bush's Grove
was held one of the most enjoyable
Picnics of the season.
The day was fine, and by noon the
crowd was estimated at two thousand
The speakers were Mr. B. F. Pratt
and wife, of Clarks, our candidates for
representatives Newberry and Vorhes,
and Professor Halleck. J. W. Edger
ton was billed for the occasion, out
failed to, get there.
Mr. Pratt was listened to with marked
attention. He is a noble speaker. He
handled the two old parties without
gloves, as they deserved, and from the
way the audience cheered him we
conclude they believe what he said was
Mrs. Pratt is also an excellent speak
er, and when she began to speak every
body was anxious to get close so they
could hear. The Hampton Cornet Band
furnished excellent music for the occa
sion. Home talent furnished good
string band mnsic, also vocal music.
The ladies of Otis Alliance furnished
dinner for the speakers and musicians,
and as usual they had an abundance of
good things to eat.
The meeting was a very entnusiastic
A 1 .
one, ana wnen tnree cneers were given
for the Independent move the shout
made the woods ring. Take it all in
all it was a day Ions' to be remembered
by those who were there.
J. 1. VURHES,
Sec'y Otis Alliance.
And it came to pass in the nineteenth
centuiy m about the sixtieth year, ua
der the reign of Abraham, that great
strife arose between the country lying
to the northward and the country lying
to the southward, and there were wars
and rumors of wars, and vast multi
tudes of brave men who were laborers
and tillers of the soil went forth to fight
and die in defense of their country.
And while they were risking their lives
for a few paltry farthings perad venture
the cowardly skylocks were far away
from the din of battle, planning to ob
tain great wealth by depreciating the
money me Jium of the land, insomuch
that the value on their gold was very
great. And they became rich like Solo-
man of old, for they were possessed
with much wisdom and hightuscom
boogery; and they betrayed the people
like that unto Judas. And after many
years when peace was again restored
throughout the land, ana the monopo
lists, trusts and combinations had ob
tained wealth in abundance, they con
tinued to rob people by making class
laws to oppress the tillers of the soil,
and , charging an unscrupulous rate of
usury, and laying tribute even upon the
garments of the poor to protect the rich.
Now it came to pass that there was a
portion of the land lying to the west
ward and bordering unto the great and
mighty river, and stretching forth unto
the mountains; and this country was
rich beyond measure, and the people
rose in their might and spake one unto
another saying. "Lo these many years
have we toiled in vain. Our corn
has yielded in . abundance, yet
we have became poorer, like Lazarus
of old, and we tain would eat the
crumbs while others who toil not
have become possessed of many riches.
But the great and all-wise prophet jack
from the land of the Nelighites became
wroth at the power ot the tribe of heads,
and he was struck with fear lest he
should lose his rulership, and he spake
saying: "The hayseeds have us, but let
them alone and they will themselves
make the rope whereby they will be
hanged. But these things came not to
pass as foretold, and the murmurings of
the hayseeds continued until the tribe
of heads arose as one man and said per
adventure these things must cease, for
by the holy POWERS we will elect a
governor, of the people, for the tribe of
eels shall no longer control us; for
verily, verilv we say unto ye our boat
shall have an upper DECH, and we
shall cease to row up salt river, and it
is naught but WRIGHT that we float
down stream where MAYBERRIES are
ripe; and while our foes shall be fishy
we shall be BATIE; and per adventure
our WOLFE shall climb the HILL, j
while we shall bowD'ALLEMAND: and
on the fourth day of the eleventh month
in the nineteenth year, in the reign of
iseniamine, these things came to pass as
foretold. Thus endeth the first half
of the fifty -eleventh chapter of chron
icles. L. H. Suter,
Verdon, Neb., Sept. 29, 1890.
Editor Alliance: I see by the re
publican press a statement concerning
Sarpy county's mortgage indebtedness
on farms as being only $468,540, and
that only 40,095 acres were mortgaged.
There are only 141,109 acres of assess
able land in the county of Sarpy, bo
it would appear that the average mort
gage indebtedness is $3.32 per acre for
the whole county.
JNow let us see what its school lands
are leased for. There are 1,714 acres
under contract of lease, as shown by
the state superintendent's report. Ap
praised at $5,771 or $3 37 per acre. Gets,
more per acre than its mortgage indebt
edness. Again they show that the as
sessed value of the land in Sarpy coun
ty is (lowest) $4 50 per acre. To show
that Judge McKeighan is a liar regard
ing his cattle, they say that the average
levy is 6 per cent; now that would be
27 cents per acre (lowest) in Sarpy,
county. The annual rental on the
above school land is $372.26, or 23 cents
per acre, or 5 cents less than the lowest
taxes per acre in that county.
Wow let us see about Webster county,
do not know anything about its as
sessed value, but Granny Thayer in his
annual message two years ago put the
average for the state at $3.51 per acre.
If Webster county will average with
the state then the taxes per acre would
be 21 cents. The same county accord
ing to Superintendent Lane's report,
has 12,180 acres of school land at an
annual rental of $1,525, or 4 cents per
acre, or about one-half the taxes. Wow
is not this a pretty showing? And yet
they have the gall to ask to oe returned
and do so some more. And yet the
whole is not yet told. While Webster
county school land is leased for only 11
cents per acre, over one-fourth remains
delinquent; but still there are wprse
cases than this. Antelope county has
22,440 acres leased at an annual rental
of $889.20, or less than 4 cents per acre,
and there was according to state com
missioner Steen's report, $882.56 of this
delinquent. The auditor's report shows
that the Twentieth session of the Ne
braska legislature appropriated $17,000
to reappraise these lands in 1888; and
Mr. Lane says they were reappraised in
1 . . 1 I a W . J 1
auuub tnirxy uuunues. xec me income
to the state is $10,000 less from this
source than it was the year preceeding
the reappraisment. Fellow farmers,
are times so hard that those parties
having school lands leased cannot pay
up? nen no w can thay expect us to
pay our taxes which are higher than
the leases? But if times are good why
do they not collect these rentals? Some
thing is wrong. Let's get some of us
there and find out what it is.
Yours for success, G.
Kealatratloa If otto.
The supervisors of reiristratioa will neat foi
the purpose of a general registration oa Tuesday.
uctooer 7, Wednesday. October 16. Thursday.
October 23, Friday, October SI, and Saturday
November 1, 1WW, and they shall remain in ses
sion on each of said days of registration from tke
Hour ei h o'clock in lam moraine until 9 o'clock in
the eninir. at the following places:
First ward- unjrtne house no. i.
Second ward Kennard bulldinr. corner Tentr
and K street.
Third ward, precinct A No. 1390 O street.
Third ward, precinct B No. 1630 O street.
Fourth ward. Drecinct D -Camo'i carriair.
factory. Sixteenth and O streets.
Fourth ward, precinct A Lin dell hotel, come.
Thirteenth and M streets.
Fifth ward, precinct A Engine house at Thir
teenth and F streets
Fifth ward, precinct B Pumpiae station a
Seventh and F streets.
Sixti. ward Nightingale's store, corner Twen
ty-seventh and O streets.
eeTenth ward A. it. weir s lumber yard on
North Sixteenth street.
The boundaries of election precincts are .-
Section 1. The First ward is composed of that
part of the city lyinr north of N street and weal
and south of the following boundaries: From N
reet running " north on Eleventh street to X
street; thence east on R to Twelfth street: thenc
north on Twelfth to Y street: thence west alomr
said Y street to the wet limits of the city.
fcec. '4. Tbe second ward consists or all that
part of the citv west of Eleventh street between
N and F streets.
Sec. 3. The Third ward consists of all that Dart
of tbe city lying north of O street, east of the
ea.t boundary or tne first ward ana south or the
center of the Missouri Pacific railroad track run
ning west to West Lincoln, and east to Twenty
second street, which shall be divided into two
flection precincts, as follows:
Precinct A, Third ward, comprises all that
part of the Third ward lying west of Sixteenth
street and north of O street.
Precinct B, Third ward, comprises all that
part of tbe Third ward lying east of Sixteenth
ttreet and north of O street.
Sec. 4. The Fourth ward consists of all that
part of the city between O and F streets, north
and south, and between Eleventh and Twenty
second streets, east and west, and is divided into
two election precincts, as follows:
Precinct A, Fourth ward, comprises all that
I art of the Fourth ward lying went or Sixteenth
Precinct B, Fourth ward, comprises all that
part of the Fourth ward lying east of Sixteenth
Sec 5. The Fifth ward consists of all that part
of. the city lying south of F street and west of
Twenty-second street and is divided into two
election precincts, as follows:
Precinct A, Fifth ward, comprises all that part
of the Fifth ward lying south of F street and
east of Tenth street.
Precinct B, Fifth ward, comprises all that part
of the Fifth ward lying south of F street and
west of Tenth street.
Sec. 0. Tbe Sixth ward constats of all that part
of the city lying east of Twenty -second street
and south of Vine street. The west boundary of
tbe Sixth ward is more particularly described as
Begining at Twenty-second street and Lake
avenue, being the southwest corner of Park Hill
addition; thence north along Twenty -second
street to Sumner- street; thence east to Twenty
second street in Pleasant HUM addition: thence
north along Twenty-Fecond street to D street;
thence west to Twenty -second street in Hoiits
Place; thence north along Twenty-second street
to Randolph street; thence north along the east
tine of Davenport's Second addition, McMurtr
addition, Avondaie addition and Spencer's addi
tion to O street; thence west to Twenty-secoi d
street in Kinney's O Street addition; thence north
to R street; thence west to Twenty-second street
in Lincoln Driving Park company's flrttt sub
division, thence south to Vine street.
Sec. 7. The Seventh ward consists of that part
Of the city lying north of tbe First, Third and
Sixth wards, the syuth line of which is more par
ticularly described as follows:
Commencing at Y street at the west line of the
city limits; thence east on said Y street to
Twelfth street; thence south on Twelfth to the
centre of Missouri Pacific lailroad track; thence
east to, Twenty-aecond street; thence south te
Yiue street; thence east to tne city limit.
Sec. 8. Exeent when otherwise provided the
boundary lines of the wards extend to the centre
of tbe street named in the 'ordinance, or where
their ia m ami ob a.nv nart of tae boundar
line mentioned, then such part of the boundary
Una extends ia conformity to aa extended line
conforming to such centre of street mentioned
for boundary. 9.0. vANDUYN,
October I, lOt. Ctty Oierk.
MONET LOANED TO WORTHY STUDPNTS. THERE are In the west to-day thousand
of people who are anxious to attend college and tret a start in life, but they are held back fo
want of funds. This cellege has provided a mea"s by which every farmer's eon and dautthte
who desires, can secure an education whether they have money or not. A large sura of mon
ey has been set aside by this institution to be used in assisting worthy young men and women
who could not otherwise attend our college. ""This money will be loaned in such amounts as
the individual case seems to require and all the time necessary will be given in which to pay
it back, thus enabling the student to graduate from eny of the courses and then go out and
earn monny to pay the loan. Ten states represented in the attendance. Good board in pri
vate family $1.50 per week. This school has the endorsement of Gov. Thuver, The Board of
Trade, The Bankers. Business Men and Educators of the entire west. After you have read
all other circulars, send for our elegant catalogue. If you desire the college to assist you as
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241 South nth St. First Door North of Farmers' Alliance.
Just Removed from Ashland, Neb. to 241 South nth St., Lincoln,
where they have better facilities for doing a Strictly Cash Business, and as we
have always had a large Farmers' trade, we still court more of it, and will
make Farmers at a distance extra inducements if they will trust us with their
orders. All mail orders will be filled promptly and with just as much care
as though you were present. We carry a FULL AND
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES,
Hardware, Stoves. Tinware and Queensware. I will always endeavor to
meet any and all honorable competition. I can sell you for this week,
14 lbs Granulated Sugar $1 00. 15, 16, and iylbs C Sugar, $1.00.
Teas from 20c to 75c per lb; Coffee from 25 to 35c. Good Laundry
Soaps 6 and 7 Bars for 25c. HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE
AT WAY DOWN CASH PRICES.
Call and see us or send in your
door north of Farmers' Alliance.
TAKE CASE HOW YOU
There are other matters as important to you
as railroad rates, li
too much for your Fall Supplies you will not
act wisely. This you are liable to do unless
A special 10 per cent, discount cuts do fig
ure when deducted from a full price. What
you want is full value for what you pay Correct
Nn TTiinmhiirmirtn! T,flfilr t.VlA Trin.T,lrftt. fYtTATV
and as you pass along O Street, drop into our
establishment. Fully equipped, we defy all
competion. Entire Satisfaction guaranteed.
Will be pleased to have
BAKER'S CLOTHING HOUSE.
MOTTO: Quick Sales
and Sraal roflts.
We carry one of the largest stocks west of the
Missouri River, in
Dry Goods, Carpets, Boots, Shoes and Groceries.
We are prepared to figure on la ontracts of anything In our line and ALLIANCB PEO
PLE will do weh to get our prices on Staple and Fancy goods.
Farm Products ex, hanged for Groceries and Dry Goods, Shoes and Carpets.
We have three store rooms and our
Carpet Department extends over all.
You will save money by writing us
for prices and samples etc. (Iot0
BARB WIRE IN CAR LOTS.
TINWARE, v JOBBER'S PRICES,
GASOLINE STOVES, "
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, "
BOLTS AND SCREWS,
Special prices to the Alliance. All ordero
sent us by mail will have careful and prompt
MAXWELL, SHARPS & ROSS CO.
10 NORTH 1G& STREET, LINCOLN.
1140 O Street.
C ,,,0 i
L&J>S, Pres., Grand Island, Neb.
Eat, Wear and Uoe
it; even if you don't send orders to
to prices you should pay at home.
cents to pay the postage
mail orders. Remember we are next
Headquarters 241 South nth St.,
(iotf) C. W. KNICELY.
SPEND YODE MONEY.
you pay no ?er uent.
you call at
One Price to AIL
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Corner I Oth an P Streets.
NAILS IN CAR LOTS.
IN SUITABLE LOTS.
F. W. H0HMAN,
Oldest and most complete Music
House in the state, display
ing leading an4 first-lass
PIANOS and ORGANS.
A fall Use of Ylellns, Aooordeoni, and If w
foal MerchandUe. Sheet Mnslo and Muata
Books. Aet for celebrated make of
Braaa Iaatrununta. The Alliance oaa tare
from U to D per oeat. peolal Tenia
Glttbs. Oorreepondeaoe or a call tolloltoA.
F. W. HOHMAN.
IF YOU WANT TO BUT
AT LO W P SICES EOR CASH,
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL
If at any time you are dissatisfied with apur.
chase made from us, the goods can be returned
and money will be refunded. t
133 to 139 South
J. O. McBltlDE,
EE AL ESTATE DEALER
Loans, Insurance and
Cfii33, 107 Scath nth St., Gacrnt.
CU" Fnrra Lontv? atrmjci lo, and lne
anco written on farm buildings ut a, low rute
Anything t tr'1''!' " '"-f
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Cattle, Hogs, Sheep
CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
MENTS. ROOM 34, Exchange Building, Un
ion Stock Yards, South Omaha.
References: Ask your Bankers. IStf
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cp v EAST COURT STREET, N. E. OV
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XI2Z N Street. .
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA.
S. L ODELJj, Proprietor.
Mr. Odell has newly repaired, refitted and
b team-heated his Dining Hall, and is able
to give better accommodations than any
dining hall in Lincoln. Visitors to the city
will find this a very convenient place to stop.
MEALS 26 CENTS.
U.S. SCALE CO.,
Manufacturers of Stock, Wagon, Hopper,
Miners Dormant, uDepot and R. R. Track
Scales, all sizes
Greatest improvements-Lowest Prices!
We have had 15 yerrs experience In this
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or no pay. Send for circulars and prices be
2-25 S. J. AUSTIN, Pres., Terre Haute, Ind.
We Will All Sing.
If you send and get the New Alliance Songster.
It Is a little beauty contalnlngHO pages of
mostly new songs written this year es-
Secially for this book by Alliance people,
ost of them are set to old and familiar
tunes, bo all may join In the music
and enjoy it heartily. The price is placed at
tbe exceedingly low rate of single copies 10
cents or 12 for I l.on. Postage 10 cents extra
per dozen. Address,
3-tf Alliance Pub. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
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Alliance men preferred, to handle "Our Ko-
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Address at once A. E. Sanderson, publishers,
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that for Style, Ac
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com ntnea, aery com
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Prices low and Terms easy. Address as
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Ana MOST RELIABLE place to buy CAR
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WINDOW SHADES, will be found at the
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STATE AGENT HAS
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HAS RATE FOR KAS..
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' TithSt. LINCOLN. NCIi
ALLIANCE SONG BOOK.
Sister Ol in stead has Just Issued new Mil
ance Suntr Book, "The Alliance Nirfhtln.ile."
containing songs suitable fer opening -J
closing Alliance meetings, foplcnivs, funer
als, and a few campaign songs. Everr Sub
Alliance and county Alliance should hurt
them. Price, 10 cents each, or (1 per dozes.
Address, Mrs. FliOKKncb OLiisTtCAD, l)r
laes, Kansas. 1U
REAL ESTATE LOANS
0 farms In eastern Nebrutk and lmprw4
property In Lincoln for a term of year.
Lowest Current Rates.
B. E. & T. W. MOORE,
Corner 11th & O Streets. Lincoln.
Kkxbsaw, Adams County, Hm9v.
Breeder and Shipper ef Recorded Toton
China Hogs. Choice Dreedinr Stock for
sale. Write for wants. Mentlon The Alllanoe.
lnrowi bui on oi .
gstr vken U&k u full : isU rw
water lowers in unx. ilea, anp
Idanible tnd tositiT. Sei4 far
ut Circulars, iddras, p. Q. TALLERDAY,
Poplar Grove. XJk
will be paid to the agent of any scale com paay wke
will say over bis own name as agent, that the Job
5 TON WAGON SCALE, $60
is not equal to any made, and a standard reliable
scale. For particulars, address only
Jones of Bipghamton, Binghamton, K.Y.
BLKHOTIV V A LLKY HEUD OF FANCY PO
s W LAND CHINA and
tT Small Yorks Ire
2 f Swine. Ajo Ply
i I mouth Rock Poultry
V3 VMt e toe It is of the
f . .ooest that money
Wiiiwrrh.Tn "could buy.
flnenremium show animals in tn v herd
Write for catalogue. L. H. SUTEK, Prep.
6m51 Neligh, Nebraska
HyriUullc, Jelling, lirvolvii.it. Artt
Mid nun, ruui. MH'Trnpnin '
.mrriviin-a- t-artii'. Ml (. HxKOT
lislwn qiial.lv wmrr: n.n,jc.
Aarriraa n.ti nru.
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Alliance Campaign Songs
$1 PER FIFTY SETS.
A collection of six songs by Venier Yeldo,
wricten to popular airs, with the view to con
cert sinirinff at Alliance meetings throughout
the campaign. Printed on stout paper and
sent, post paid, at 75 cts per &r sets: f 1 per
50 sets; 1) per loo sets. Address Saj
son & Co., Box 706, St. Louis, Mo.
The Iowa Steam Feed
The most practical, most con
venient, most economical, and
in every way the WEST HTEAM
HiED COOKEK MADli. A
glflr oe fct the construction of it
enough to convince any mas
that it is far superior to any
other. For descriptive circu-
Marsand prices apply to U. a.
Wind Engine and Pump Co,
The Suppressed Political Bombshell
M ff 1
uiir itepuDiican uonarcoy.
An Unsparing Arraignment of the Polltice
Capitalistio Machinery which has corrupted
our free institutions and prostituted the tte
public to the aristocratic forms aud indus
trial slaveries of Monarchial Europe. By
YEXIER Y0LD0. .
"We want all our subscribers to read Owr
Republican'Monarchy. This book Is a scath
ing portrayal of the monstrously unequal and
unjust conditions now existing in the United
States, stated as tbe author says "with plain
ness, that tbe people may understand It." J.
Burrows in The Farmers' Alliancs, Ja
'The most startling political pamphlet ei
the day which every oltiien should read.'
Hon. James B. Weaver, of Iowa.
Price 25 cents, sent postrpald from this
flee. Or. we will send Tub Ai.i.iaMoa m
year and the book for IL10.
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