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THE FAKMEBS' ALLIANCE. , LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, DEO. 27, 1890.
ernor. The Governor then took hold
of this matter energetically, and or
ganized a rehef commission with branch
organizations in the principal cities of
me state, and this movement has re
sulted m a large measure of relief for
tne -western, counties. Your commit
tee also authorized the chairman to ex
ppnd five hundred dollars of funds then
in the treasury to be applied to the re
lief of urgent cases. This money has
been expended in accordance with that
order. Appeals have also been made to
me county Alliances in the
part of the state, and
have organized relief
are now and have
x our chairman
school districts of the state on a per
capita basis of scholarship; and that all
costs in criminal prosecution arising
from the liquor traffic should be as
sessed against the city or town where th
liquor is procured, and we ask that an
amendment to the constitution be sub
mitted to the people for their ; approval
in accordance with the above demands.
7th. That we believe that the State
Board of Agriculture should make an
exhibit at the approaching Columbian
World's Fair which will be creditable to
the state; but in view xf the large ap
propriation that will be needed for the
drouth sufferers of western Nebraska,
we believe that economy should be ob
served in the matter.
8th. That the state legislature ap
propriate a reasonable sum of money to
assist the needy farmers in the procure
ment of seed and other necessary sup
plies.' 9th. That we demand t.h enactment
been sending relief.
would recomend that
some measure be taken to afford relief
to urgent cases to tide this matter along
until the legislature shall assemble,
when there is no doubt that a liberal
appropriation will be made for this
I our executive fiOmmitfPA has hpld of thp. Australian ttallt to- ; c
,i . - . ' v.u.uiiiu uauvt lan iu no uiuoti
tnree special meetings during the year improved form, with amendments sug-
besides the meeting of the committee Rested by experience, to secrue immunity
which will be in sessiou during the an- from fraud.
nual meeting. The bills of its members 10th. That the insurance laws of Ne-
for these meetings which have been braska should be so amended as to per-
audited are solely for their expenses in mit the free association of all persons
attendance upon these meetings. Your for the purpose of mutual insurance of
uoairman tnmtcs tnat justice requires either property or life, without vexa
that an additional allowance should be tious restrict.! nnst nnH nnnn cnrh forma
I - J , U UMAA VVAUAU
TY1 Q(1a onH an fnr . . I I 1 1 .
committee now wishes to con
gratulate the State Alliance upon the
present satisfactory condition of affairs.
. It is carrying on two large agencies
in the stato which are of great value to
its members. These agencies have not
imposed a tax of a single dollar upon
the treasury of the State Alliance, with
the exception of a small amount of sal
ary to Mr. Hartley for the first two or
three mont s of his agency. We owe
no debts of any kind whatever, and
have$7,000 in our treasury subject to
your appropriation. Your chairman
desires also to call, attention to the fact
thatwith Hine vears of continuous
existence in this state there has been no
sort of financial irregularity during the
whole of that time. TThis is" a remark
able fact, and has not occurred I belive
in any other western state.
Your 0?rma,h now begs leave to
say that bC'as held some responsible
position in line State Alliance during the
whole of these nine years, and he now
asks to be relieved from any position
whatever in the State Alliance, as his
private business and his labors in con
nection with the conduct of the State
Orgau demand all his time and atten
tion, all of which i3 respectfully submit
ted. A vote of thanks was tendered to Sec.
Thompson and to Mr. Burrows, chair
man executive committee, for their ser
vices so ably rendered during the year.
Reports by Rev. Mr. Alley and others
of destitution in western counties and
reports made showed that in a number
of western counties supplies of all kinds
' are needed to prevent suffering if not
ac ual starvation. On motion, resolu
tion offered appropriating $5000 for re
lief of western counties was referred to
committee on resolutions.
Adjourned to 8 a. m. Wednesday.
Second day, morning session. Called
to order by Pre . Powers at 9 am.
Communication from Chas. E. Bessey
inviting all members to visit the state
university while in the city, read and
accepted. The meeting returns thanks
to the faculty for their kindness.
Report of committee on resolutions
On motion the regular order of busi
ness was su pended and the election of
Committee on credentials made a full
report, showing over 900 delegates
present t asting 1,400 votes.
. John H. Powers was nominated for
president. There being no other nomi
nations the secretary was instructed to
cast the ballot of the whole body in fa
vor of J. H. Powers for president of the
State Alliance for the ensuing year.
" H. G. Stewart of Sioux county was
elected vice-president by a large ma-ioritv.
J. M. Thompson was unanimously re
elected .ia secretary-treasurer for 1891,
there being no other nomination.
J. Burrows, Allen Root, C. W. Bal,
. H. B McGaw and B. F. Allen were
elected as the executive committee for
1891, by the following vote:
J. Burrows.... 1151 Allen Root... 1026
C. W. Beal. ... .955 H. B. McGaw 913
B. F. Allen 754
Recess until 1 p. m.
Wednesday, afternoon session. Mrs.
Walker and Mrs. Holmes, representa
tives of the W. C. T. U., in speeches of
about one minute each, exteuded greet
ings to the Alliance, and congratulated
the meeting on its grand success, and
urged that it should continue to or
ganize. The "election of officers was then re
sumed, and the following additional
officers were elected :
Lecturer, O. Hull, Lancaster county.
Ass't Lecturer, B. F. Pratt, Merrick
Doorkeeper, D. W. Barr. Clay Co.
Ass't Doorkeeper, G. C. Underbill,
Sergeant-at-arnas. J. Billingsley, Buf
The report of Allen Root on the con
dition and business of the American
L. S. Cm. Co. was received. An in
creasing volumes of business was report
ed.and on the whole a more satisfactory
business was conducted under this svs
tem than that of previous years, and a
-larger percentage was saved to mem
bers through its agency than under the
Allen Root's report was accepted and
he was eiected a director in the A. L.
S. C. Co.
Report of committee on resolutions
was called for. The report was read
by Sec'y Thompson, and on motion was
taken up by sections. Its consideration
occupied the remainder of the session,
and the entire evening session was
also taken up with the discussions that
J the report called forth. The resolu
tions as adopted by the Alliance are as
1st. Resolved, That we demand a usu
ry law, the penaltv to be forfeiture of
both principal and interest for its viola
tion. We also demand that the vendor
of all commercial paper shall be made
guarantor of its full legality, and that
such guarantee shall follow it in every
V transfer.' "
2d. We demand the free and unlim
Y ited coinage of silver on an equality
with gold, and the issue of a paper cur
rency uutil the volume of money in
circulation shall equal $5Q per capita;
the same to be based on land security,
and issued direct to the people, the
same as now to the national bauks, and
be a legal tender for all debts public and
- ' rivate.
3d. That the law requiring assessors
tvess all property at its actual val-.,0-r-ue
should be rigidly enforced, and that
; persoiw property of the value of three
- hundreU do'lars should be exempt from
l taxatioiV . . .
I 4th. ' that we demand a law fixing a
, maximum freight and passenger rate,
and that the same should not be higher
than the rate now in force in Iowa.
5th. That we demand the repeal of
the state bounty on sugar.
. 6th. That we believe all moneys de-
rived from fines and licenses, and also
lxV u Ti1001 lax collected from railroads
SXXShould go into the craner! uhl tnnA
.f ik . . . r . .uv.
vuo awe w oe attributed among the
REPLY OF THE STATE ALLIANCE
': TO NEWSPAPER ABUSE.
The following resolution shows what
effect the newspaper misrepresentation
and, abuse of its officers had upon the
State" Alliance. It was passed without
a dissenting vote:
Resolved, That we denounce the
statements made in the- papers of this
morning pretending to be reports of
proceedings of this meeting, as utterly
and infamously false; and we particu
larly denounce the statements made in
relation to J. Burrows, the worthy
chairman of the executive committee
as maliciously false and infamous ia the
highest degree. .
as the insurers may agree
11th. Whereas, The managers of the
Union Pacific railroad have reneatedly
violated the acts of 1873 and 1878, and
are now conspiring with other railroads
to form a railroad trust, in violation of
the charter of the Union Pacific railroad
and to defeat the provisions of the inter
state commerce act; therefore be it
Resolved, That the attorney general of
the United States be requested to declare
the charter of the Union Pacific void,
and to proceed to foreclose the lien of
the United States against the road and
to enfore against its officers the pre
scribed penalties of the violated acts oi
1873 and 1878.
12th. That it is the sense of this State
Alliance that the ; Board of Railroad
Commissioners should consist of three
members who shall be elected directly
by the people; and that we request the
legislature to submit to the people an
amendment to the constitution in ac
cordance with the above proposition.
13th. That this State Alliance is in
hearty accord with the contest of the
state officers to unearth the frauds we
believe to have been perpetrated at the
14th. That we urgently recommend
the enactment of a stay law in the fore
closure of mortgages on real estate,for a
period of three years, with an emer
15th. That we endorse the Conger
lard bill and demand its speedy passage'
by the U. b. benate.
16th. That we recommend that our
legislature at its next session take steps
to investigate the matter of irrigation
by canals and artesian wells in the wes
tern part of Nebraska.
17th. Whereas, Education, being the
grand elevator and assistant in placing
the farmers and laborers on an equality
with the rest of the busy world, and
Whereas, The item of school books is
an enormous expense in the aggregate,
Whereas, The great publishing houses
and school book syndicates have and
are accumulating immense fortunes in
the school book busines; therefore be it,
Resolved, That it is the desire of the
farmers here represented that our com
ing legislature shall adopt and promul
gate a uniform system of school books
to be furnished at cost to the school
boards throughout the state.
Recess taken to 8 a. m. Thursday.
Thursday, 3rd day, morning session.
After the preliminary business of open
ing the session was concluded the, re
port of the committee on jurisprudence
was called for. The changes adopted
will appear in the full report of the
meeting to be printed in pamphlet
Report of committee of conference
with reference to aid in holding farmers'
institutes was received and adopted.
(This report will appear in pamphlet
The President announced that the
State Alliance was entitled to forty- wo
delegates to the National Alliance meet
ing, to be held at Omaha, Jan. 27, two
being delegates at large. -A committee
consisting of Williams, Root, Dale.
Thornton and Coptic, was appointed to
district the state, so that these delegates
could be selected, by districts
, Hastings was selected as the place for
holding the next annual meeting
Recess till 7 p.m. '
Evening session. Election of dele
gates to National Alliance meeting be
ing the first order, the following gentle
men were elected
E-The grain exchange in Chicago
has been a good thing for that place:
it has been a very bad thing for the
farmers of Illinois; it has been sheol
for the farmers of Iowa, Nebraska, Kan
sas and other states. The farmers of
Nebraska serve notice upon Omaha
that they want no second edition of
Chicago's grain exchange in Nebraska's
metropolis, and the people of Omaha
had better heed them, oi else the
boasted boom of Omaha may fall tery
flat indeed. The agricultural interests
of this state are not to be fooled with
any further by sharks and sharps of
low and high degree. The National
Alliance will soon attend to the Chicago
grain exchange and to Wall street, two
of the great curses of the nation.
JL HOTEL. MUD
I) li) ilUnMUiiidjii;!!)
vta too kin os mo tint i tme knuwe
fkqm $10.oo to $75.oo u8umHUiuot
m , , ''Iwwiniiii
Tablo and Pocket Cutlrey,
Shears and Scissors.
SKATES AND SLEDS.
Decorated Tea and ColfeePots
The largest stock of
goods in the city.
OOBNER 13TH AND II STS., XINOOLH, ITEB. BUDGE & MORRIS, 1122 N St., Lincoln, Neb.
ELLIOT'S PARCHMENT BUTTER 1 PAPER.
Three blocks from Capitol building. Lincoln's newest, neatest and
best uptown hotel.. 80 new rooms just completed, including large committee
rooms, making 125 rooms in all. . 0 A. L. HOOVER & bON, Prop'rs.
Jgg- Omaha begins to realize the
benefits of the New York Life insur
ance building in that city. It is a can
cer that has cost the company .some
eight hundred thousand dollars; it
draws from the people of that city
one hundred thousand dollars per an
num, every cent of which goes east.
Who navs that one hundred thousand
dollars? Every cent of it comes indi
rectly out of the pockets of the farmers
of Nebraska. '
The Bee must be in its decadence
when it condescends to steal original
correspondence from such a contempti
ble paper as The Alliance, and priut
it without credit. This it did with L.
P. Cummin's "open letter to G. M
W. E. Rolling,
C. S. Bradley,
H. S. Williamson,
J. B. Howell,
W. A. Jones,
W. G. Bradley,
J. L. Hodges,
M. H. Severy,
R. B. Campbell,
G. E. Kevser,
M. C. Allison.
W. T. Cron,
W. G. Stone,
S. E. Thornton, .
11th and P Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Old Headquarters and Alliance Head-
Committei rooms givei free of charge.
Special rates -to Allianoo delegates
150 ROOMS 150.
...... 5 - - , ' v , .
A one half ream I .
who will pay expreefare Mnd use J?
G. ELLIOT & COMPANY, Paper Manufacturers,
1 of tail to dairymen
J It. If ent by mail send 30o for pontage
All kinds of Dry Goods being slaughtered.
We have now commenced to unload bur
and ask you to call and get some of
6c muslin ior ..4c Scarlet underwear
8c muslin for ...6c reduced from $1 to 75c
6c calico for. ..... . . 4c Blankets w;orth 1.50
8c cotton flannel for 5c for $1.00.
iqi.qc " " 10c atocKings oi aumnu s
All wool red "121-2c reduced one-fourth. J cZs V
The bottom has tumbled put and Uw
now is the time to come and see
us: Will be glad to see you.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 . 0 Street- Lincoln, Neb.
HIGHLAND STOCK FARM
P. B. MX & Co. Propr'a,
Importer! and Breeder of
SHIRE, PERCHER0N, CLYDESDALE AMD
- ' COACH HORSES.
Superior borei. lomr time, low Interest,
monernte prioei. No mhr flrra In Arorlo
teila to stock companies uader tbe tame pt-rfoot
tyuui that wf do, which insure to companies
S'iure dealing1, suooeasful breeders and abso
lute success. We hare at present In our
stables the winners of 107 prises in Ku
rope and Amerloa
O ir record last fall at Missouri State Fair,
Kansas State Fair and Atchison Agricultural
rnir was iweuicu prwa, luumvu mwmm
A pfp" and six sweepstakes.
J ' Writ trar 1 1 1 n at nit mlt o.t.lotrilA.
VikinZ6- T r"M AND STABLES-Two miles east ef
t wff -t y xf rttiSkll V Highland l ark TOPIS KA, KA8. t-lt
ft M I ft AA11A.V . . I kV I I r A
V 1 I i Jsl- -fcsUiri Nf VTIf.if'
WILLIAM ERNST, GRAF, JOHNSON COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
IMPORTER AND SBKEDBR Of tMn
Percneron and French Coach Horseo.
I hare the largest and best lot of Peroheron Stallions of servloabls
.are west of tbe Mississippi. 1 hare orer twenty teat d and aoclltuatea
stallions, which, torether with my this rear's Importation, make one
of tbe flnest collections of horses erer seen at one mau's baron. I bare
also a one lot of younf Imported and home-bred mares and a fir
oboice French Coach Stallions. All my horses are recorded lu the
American and French Stud Books and certificates furnished at sale. I
hare the best blood in existence la my stud and sell horses on easy terms If I don't offer
you better horses for less money tnaa any otner importer or Dreader, l will par your erpen
ses of comtmr to my place, and you shall be the Jud-e. My farm, known as the VToif Creek
Stock Farm, Is located on the C. B. ft Q. Ry., between Teeumnea and Nebraska City, wit His
tbre-fouths of a mil of railroad station oalled Oraf Write for catalogue or come see me.
We have just completed arrangements by which we can offer Ladies', Men's
and Children's underwear at exactly case prices, and sell you any quantity" you
wish. The goods offered are all strictly first-class.
READ THE LIST.
A. HURLBUT & CO.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
f 10 PER CT. OFF TO UEUIEM OF THE ALLIANCE.
Cor. P and 10th Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
i'HE 3REAT WEBSTER DEtlORniHG ACIIUJE.
Patent Claims Allowed
v Electric Lights.
Table Best in the City.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL,
Lincoln, - - Nebraska..
THE PADDOCK HOTEL.
Beatrice, - Nebraska.
The best houses in the stale at the
Men's red mixed i wool shirts
drawers, each. ... i ........ .
Men's brown mixed $ woool shirts
nd drawers, each .
Men's red and white striped sh rts
and drawers, each
Men's brown and white striped
shirts and drawers, each. 37$
Men's heavy scotch m xed shirts
, and drawers, each. . . ... .... 37
Men's heavy gray all wool shirts
and drawers, each ; 80
Men's heavy gray all wool double
breasted shirts.... 1.00
Mens' extra heavy all wool , shirts
and drawers, each ...$ 95
Ladies' iersev vests medium weight
Tadips' finfi merino vest and draw-
- ers: .each.. 37
Ladies' fine all wool scarlet vests
and drawers, each.... 70
Ladies' extra fine all wool scarlet
vests and drawers, each. ....... 80
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool vests
and drawers, each ...I..... 1 00
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool ier
sev vests and drawers, each. . .. 80
Children's underwear at nrooortionate prices In ordering please make
second choice as what you want may be closed out before your order is received.
27tf - J. W. HARTLEY, State Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
Dec. IO and Oct. 14, 1888.
. The best Invention in the world
for catching and holding cattle to
dehorn or brand. "Write to K. 1
C. WEBSTER, Marysrillc, Kan
sas, for his nicely illustrated
Catalogue on dehorning, enclos
ing stamp. Agents wanted every
where not occupied.
yMentlon this paper when writing.
Elegantly furnished. All modern
conveniences, steam heat, etc, etc.
311126 E. K.CRILEY, Proprietor.
W. E. Duncan, '
J. M. Devine,
J. D. Hatfield,
M. P. Dendinger,
J. B. Cephas,
F. K. Calkins,
S. O. Ravmond,
J. T. Docld,
S. P. Groat,
W. S. Hutchinson,
T. B. Muny,
H. G. Stewart,
W. H. Stone,
W. A. Mansfield,
Hon. W. A. McKeighan,
Hon. O. M. Kem.
On motion the delegates to the Nation
al Alliance were instructed to use their
best efforts to induce the other states
there represented, to so organize them
selves, and devise some practicable
scheme by which we may act as one
body in securing for ourselves fair
prices for our products-v National lect
urer Ashby made a f ew ) Tfnaarks con
cerning tbe work of the National Alli
ance that were well received. H. G.
Stewart, vice president-elect, made a
short address. Hon. O. M. Kem also
The installation of officers came next
in the regular order and closed the ses
sion. Our report of this meeting has neces
sarily been very brief. A fuller report
will oe puDiisnea.' dv tne secretary, in
accordance with the order of ihe meet
ing, we desire ow to add that the
meeting was tne most successiui one
ever held. Tbe delegates were excep
tionally intelligent and well-informed.
perfect harmony aud order prevailed
throughout, and the qelegates dispersed
fading that it was well that they had
The meeting was very large, which
made business slow. tJut the proposi
tion to diminish the representation by
confining it to counties and having the
delegates elected by county alliances,
wnue it was adopted under some pres
sure, caused great dissatisfaction, and
was finally reconsidered, and the repre'
sentation left as it was before.
J. M. THOMPSON, V
Secretary State Alliance.
' JOSEPH 0PELT, MANAGER,
Cor. 9th and Q Sts.
ana, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
Cor. 8th & P Sts. Lincoln, Nebraska.
One block from B. M.
throughout by steam and
trial ty. Electric cau Dens,
lighted by eleo
aud all modern
P. W. COPELANU, Proprietor
The Merchants' Hotel.
Rates $2.00 per Day.
Newly furnished. Steam heat in al I rooms.
Ilectrio lUrhts and every conrenlence for
the comfort of. gueKtc. Independent com
mittee ocouey room 27 aod is Soeclal ratee
riren o convent ions and lexriBlatora. ' lm26
N. W. Cor. 11th & P Sts., Lincoln, Neb
Transit Hotel, N & 12th Streets.
Peoria House, Q & 9th Sts.
Meals 25 Cts. Lodging-, 25 and 50 Cts
R.A. HAWLEY, Prop'r. 26tf
The Victory Feed Mill
The Best Mill in the World '
For erindinsr Corn with or without the Bhuck,
and all kinds ot email gram, capacity
15 to 50 bushels per hour, r
JdT Otoe county had forty votes in
last week's State Alliance meeting. Mr.
Burrows received a large majority of the
40 for chairman of the executive conj-mittee.
English Shire, Percheron and French
Maryvillo Krocaaway Co., M
ot 9K hnriH nf tht ihnn brad whiak tmr na4 tndlrldvale and oholee breeding
.Tuliaxi a rHiintAf rerlttrv and aruarastr acoomuatiieit eacn none. 11 yo
want a good vsktvl stalliow, wohth tb noittr, omne w our Darn wun me
mmisTV u & Dir unrl wo w fill nirlUK nU W1I AnrOnOD HOUSES AID IA T rHIUIS, "
Jm ! WJ1JIM ..V. ...... j ... -
WITH THE GROWER, AND
v. SSTABLUHBD IH lTl.
00 ACRES CHOICE TREES AND PLANTS
Suited to Nebruka, Ready to sell. '
Stock True to Name. Satisfaction Guaranteed!
PACKED TO CARRY SAFELY.
Urn Itook of Forest eeedlinn at Low Itates and to respMlbl yartlea
BARN AT WABASH PASSENGER DEPOT.
rVrrrAanead at ohm befora ruaM of dellvarr.
Mention Wammmbm' Aiaaascm waem wrlU,
when writing mention thi pot- Arrets CRETE NURSERIES, or E. F. STEPHENS, CRETE, NEB.
We carry one of the largest stocks west of the
Missouri River, in .
Dry Goods, Carptes, Boots, Shoes and Groceries.
We are prepared to figure on large contract of anything in our line and ALLIANCE
PLE will do well to get our prices on Staple and Fancy good. .
Farm Product exi banged, for Groceries and Dry Good. and Carpet.
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
Corner loth rrtc. P Otrooto.
The Latest Improved and Best End-gate Seeder.
We can make you
special prices on a
limited number of
. Send in your order
at once. ,
J. W. HARTLEY;
Made in three sizes, four, eight and
J" twelve horse poer. f 85-m
Address, THOS. ROBERTS, Sprlsgfield, o;
WP Will All RiTlP' The Garrett Picket &. Wire Fencs Machim
If you Bend and get tbe New Alliance Songster.
it is a ntue Deautv contaimngcu pages on
mostly new song written this year es
pecially for this bo- t by Alliance people.
Host ef them ; are icl ' to old and : familiar
tunes, so all may join ' in the music
and enjoy It heartily. Tne price is placed at
the exceeding i low rate of single copies 10
cents or 12 lor $1.00: - Toetage 10 cents extra
er dozen. , Address, :
tf - 4 i. ALi.f xce Pub: Co.i Lincoln, Neb. ,
A responsible agent in every precinct , alive
Alliance men preferred, to handle "Our Ke-
Sublican Monarchy" by Venler Voldo, dur
ig the campaign. The fastest selling book
of the day, treating all public issues in plain
1 aniruajre. 40 per cent commission to agents .
Address-at once A. B. Sanderson, publlal
box 70S St. Louis Mo.
ffwra to tbe bostsi A nnf-
r- venal favorite. ThosMad
in ue. Bitrtiux ireigni
Fiaid. - Agents are report-:
or big sales. Machines,
Wire, etc.. at wholesale
HlrMi from factory to
Tirmen where I have no
agent. Ctiof tree.
areae toe nuiiuwHuai
S. H. GARRETT. MANSFIKLD, OHIO.
Is better than tit? tying scale agent who tells you
as gospel trotJi that the r --.it ,1. '
Jones $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale
ia not a Bianaara scaie, ana equni to aoy duud.
For free book and price lint, dJ ivw. . i ,
Jones of BlBghamton, Binghamton K.I.
TOUT WANT TO BUY
AT LO W PSICES EOR 'CASH,
- WE INVITE TO U TO CALL.
If at any time you are dissatisfied with a pur
chase made from us, the croodo can be retumod
and money will be refunded.
T.TTTiLER & PAINE,
133 to 139 South Uth St., Lincoln, Nob.
U40 O Street.
1009. ' ioca
F. W. HOHMAN.
Oldest and most complete Muz$
Hom in the state, display
mg Undmg and flrsUilasa
PIA2TOS and OBGAITa
, . A full line ef TlUa, Aooardeoas, aa4 M
ftoal Mrehaodie. Sheet If uslo and Mnafct
Books. Agvt for oelebrated makes ef
Brass I vtru9Ml. The AlUanoe oaa av
from 14 to for cent. Special Terms ta
'Club: CorrMvooaenoe or a eall SeUaiU4.
F, Wl HO HMAN.
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C E N ERAL CATALOGUE.
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