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THE FAKMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, MAR. 14, 1891.
ARDY & PITCHER.
MIR 1 1 T
One of the
We are always glad to show goods and give prices
and would be pleased to have you call when in the
WE ISSUE A CATALOGUE
Which '.will be forwarded on application.
HARDY & PITCHER,
209, 211, 213 S. llth St.
NAMES OF THE TRAITORS.
COLLINS, OF GAGE.
TAYLOR, of loupe.
TURNER, of saline.
Song of the Independent People's Party.
WHEN WK CAFTCBB OLD MOKOPOLV.
Throughout the land there is cry
The folk! alt know the reason why.
Kin monopoly the two-legged barrow
Hac captured Uncle Sam to our sorrow.
He kci the Grand Old Party la getting dotty,
So he goes ana hire little Bogey.
And give him twenty-five thousand a year
To advocate the sale of lager beer.
The democrat editors helped biin blow the
But little Bosey kept all the boodle.
And Paddy Jim toelectlon did go
With his pockets full of rotten eggt to throw.
Theee hard times will soon be past
And better days will come at last,
For everybody that you see
Bay they cannot believe the Omaha Bee.
The Independents are In the field '
And gathering strength each day,
They will moke old monopoly yield t
for so the people say.
The farmers want good times again,
To sell tholr beef, and pork, and grain;
And they do all agree ,
To captureold monopoly, .
He thinks that we are very weak;
"' He will find himself mistaken;
With thunder tones so loud we speuk,
A.nd shout till he is shaken.
Cheer up, my lively lads; wo will get him
We will capture him with all his wealth and
Old monopoly is a yillian and a cheat,
A pauper maker and a dead beat.
Come fanners, mechanics, laborers, and all.
Help us roll tho Independent ball.
Independent wo eniill be,
When we enpture old monopoly.
Hurrah 1 Hurroh! Hurrah we are free
When wo captureold monopoly.
1). S. Thomas, North Platte, Neb.
Commending Miss Ball.
Xl;ckollsCxl'ntv, .Neb., Feb. 20, H.1.
1'csolved, That the members of Alli
ance No. Tltt do highly commend the
action of Misa Ball of Lincoln, for pre
Henthijr Senator Taylor with a boquet
of (lowers draped In mourning aa an
iiublcm of purity and ;kiek at his fall
from praco, and tho great and glorious
Iirinci(ls ho was scut to represent.
fiesoLvti, That we, the mumt.er of
ttlnino Coutre Alliance No, tin con
demn the thrco representatives, Taylor,
Turner aud I'olllu.s, for tho action "they
took in voting against tho concurrent
resolution, aud we condemn them as
traitor to tho cause and their constit
uents. XI Its, J. S. fJAtIT,
Mkh. M. K.Towsst,
15. II. Hl'KD,
V. II. WlLMAKTH,
J. K. C'ahi'hcll.
t or Senator Coulter.
lt.vinuN Ai i.iwf k, Xo. n;r,
I'cU, 1. KH,
Vnuu;,t, It h:ui Citno to to liur
knowing' that Senator T. H. t'otiltsr
lm evjr'v,Hi!ii'lf a wot liar. In
fax or of the Iowa trirvvlintim freight till,
a mcftjitiro which lhJ fitdppemlent pnrty
1 1 thh i'iir; t ! tat ate iliiinHnj
and 011 tUU plulforut Seu.itnf Couiter
wa- ihmu the Isolde i thctrforw
Rtw!tt, by lKiitiil!t AJlUurw, No,
n, lUt we hri aud demand l
Scti.it.r Cuulter thit h stand by 14a
rttiltiii n! and hWtirt f.r a
hiiuolnigjti hit! n,t .) o- :l the
In a rate a j rutulv4 in the bit nil,
and llut he ttAbd by the l.tl! to re
'm ottw at bun'. on eusrar, atid
nit thi-r tnm-4 lu(f d"Knni'ti . ly
f).e !Vop! In.!.'! i 'ie nl ativf tl.U
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Ivraey Jioim Ach tt imij.t!'jf m kw
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Largest Stores in
The Stay Law.
Mk. Editor: Will you please explain
the proposed Stay Law for your read
ers' benefit? Is it intended to apply to
the present indebtedness or to future con
tracts? 1 ask because lawyers here claim that
such a law cannot apply te the present
obligations as it would be unconstitu
tional, as the present statute provides
for nine months in which to redeem real
estate sold by mortgage and is therefore
a part of the contract, and that uo law
can impair an existing contract.
T. A. Clugston.
No ex post facto law can be passed. It
is doubtful if any stay law would be
passed affecting transfers by mortgage
sale that would change the status as
they existed when the contract was
made. But there is no prospect of any
such law being passed.
Endorsing Senator Hill.
Science Uidgk, Feb. 18,1691.
We, the .members of Alliance No.
1120, and citizens of vicinity having re
ceived reply from Hon, J. F. Kill, to a
letter written him by our secretary in
regard to the rumors afloat indicting
him of being untrue to the Independent
party or its interests, do hereby resolve
that we will maintain full conlideuco in
Hon, J. F. Hill; until he proves himself
recalcitrant to his trusts which will be
manifested by his vote on bills whioh
may come up in our state legislature.
Also, that we present this resolution
to The Fakmeks Alliance of Lincoln,
Neb., for publication.
M. li. Foote,
J. M. Hammer,
F. E. Hakixgton.
Demanding the Expulsion of the Traitors.
, Naktasket, March 4, 1801.
Subordinate Alliance No. 5G7, of Buf
falo county, Nebraska.
Wuekeas, We sincerely believe that
Collins, Turner and Taylor are tools
in the hands of the corporate ring
leaders of cur state to create a dis
turbance and division in tho Indepen
dent rank and tile, therefore he it
fit-solved. By Cherry Creek Alliance on !
this L'th day of February, that we de-1
mand of the Stato Alliance that said ;
Collins Turuer and Taylor shall bo ex
pelled from any and all rictus in tho
Alliance and Independent conventions
hereafter, aud be urantlca a traitors.
Passed by a r.nauiuious vote.
Lot: is 1'kwii.i.kk,
Chairman Committee on IluholuiiotH,
Agninst a World's Fair Appropriation.
1Umoi.i h, Neb., Feb, 23, ln.
At nn open meeting hfld February SO
nt Pleasant Hill Alliance No. WM, the
following resolution wa unanimous)
,'fiolcet. That we druouRvu tho hill
to appropriate tl'iO.Ottl to reprewat
thU sUta at the world a f Air at ( hicagn
In and adding to the ainudy over
tant people of .Nel r.i-.k4.
Ktlc4, That thU resolution l
placed on the minuts cf thi Alliance,
aud a copy be nt to the 1 akmh.V Al.
1 1 tt K i! Lincoln, Nebraska, for pub
I teuton. A. M if mk, twretary
W. Lh n-
V. F. CkAKK.
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pctt.on lot Ktuieil liuuifK L,
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1.1'tTMii .IMIIM'K: A(Hit ,Ve.irUM,uivai
ap tli farmer 4 ur lnca'.sty v,ci'e!,hey i ,..tl to U'eali f--d iuh m
Ateittirvtentst With heavy -at on (U '8iidi to tii;i.Utvrw, i aua-
uTv. mt t.y th:r i1:. u:!; 0.1.;
' 'p e,i n Mi.it tlM,
ther'HM cn :u'l4 to r2aHlv Ut i
B. f ti4l m'.it'Jbc vtiHip.iMy.Uurruptlau 1;4 ti i wl
ktniB the 1st f" M itiul ..r';t
wine cwtip4i) of Uutt and t uniaif
counttvf. ami lUnucce at tint r'leM
the fraltiitt I f itti Ui fatMwii h-
Hri the ct.i'.d.sk-a iikt tt v i-ooid
nupm?rtt. It wtxt IcU ff.n-t Jv' 1.
1800, and at present it has about $110,
000 assets and about 110 members.
But owing to our present law it is
merely a dead institution for not hav
ing it recognized and protected by law.
We therefor petition the below to our
honorable members of the legislature:
Be it therefore
R'iohed, That wo, the member i of
Alliance No. 1807, do respectfully, yet
earnestly urge upon the members of
the legislature which is now la session
concerning the bill providing for In
corporation of mutual fire insurance
companies which is now introduced in
the house. We therefore appeal to the
members of both houses to lead their
celerity of quickening such bill at their
earliest convenient hour.
C. J. Johnson,
From Saline County.
Editoji Farmers' Alllotce: We
had the pleasure of attending tho meet
ing of the Saline County Farmers' Alli
ance at Dorchester oa last Friday.
Considering the weather there was a
large attendance of delegates, nearly
100 in number. I was agreeably sur
prised to see so many delegates pres
ent as well as to see the enthusiasm of
the members. If the delegates present
represent fairly the membership of the
subordinates, then surely Saline coun
ty is safe in tho future to the indepen
dents. The session opened at a p. m.
and adjourned for supper aboift 6 p. m.
At 7:30 p. in. the writer addressed the
large audience present after which the
delegates went into secret session until
near .1 a. m; next morning when they
adjourned to next regular quarterly
meeting. Much good work was done,
some of which if carried out in tho near
future will be of vast benefit to the
Alliance memberRhip of Saliue county.
We wish to thank the Alliance mem
bers for kind words and courtesies ex
tended us while in attendance at their
Dorchester meeting. W. F. Wniunf.
Capital and Labor,
Knrron Farmers Alliance: The
imagination of the two old corruptible
parties that the farmers will not stay
together is all a mbughu. Thwe far
mers aud laborers, before leaving the
old parties, carefully looked back over
the last twenty years of their lives aud
saw how they sank into poverty and
di.str4j. An invotigatloa showi tho
fact that it ha leeu the money power
working by corruption through our
legislature and congre1. This Is capi
tal against labor. Now readers,
wish to Impress upon your mind if you
are a'eapimH.s?, stick to the old parties
and you will get fat oft of tho laborer.
If you are a wot king man of any pro
fiwiskm. 1 care not what, examine the
principle upon which the Independent
party U bated. It W tho only thing
amid t thU present exiting rvil that
will give u the return; f-r our labor,
Now readers. houet toi.e! , w can m
from tho twenty jaar that organ i.ml
capital can down unorgan!vd labor,
Vuu bet organized lator ca? down or
ganized capital in km tinm thau that.
Depend uwn It xvh ar lmr In stay,
Let Me say H th capiul'.st your f'ititi
pi twenty d pi-u-U upon U.x.d -d l.iW,
and t fie UtxMrer your fctunt tn-oi;r
iff d( p ud upon r';i'ii,Mf l;tiF.
j 1 i Hur ttkefi ly Its rCnuptiWe
jhiw-d,in ninant t t" t'i two oi l pir
Uulxw that they ran nut t,itsl the
I tMitr l or?aijn'l atnr. They
I I 'Hint th ui !" rf.k ihit
j thy ii.iut lortn a drum n publican
1 tine til tfafe .No. litat N ttir
l,t teo('S. tiltl"M wntr htitrc .iu!
hm xt.K'Y i :ne ih. I eiii tu.
tfrtbe w ih!1 m r.'B
tuttnxU i t :
id d. iif
ipith th tn,ttM'
j. 'Xffy. 1 Une t l-ud tie lh ji
h ft.T !!-.;. u t.f t let.
Now tM;n!.Ut, Iw lUve i bdy, tht
Wt r.n fcw t'j !,
II Kk Vrvfl I'Tv- ;nt.
im to 1MI O 8 ire l.
' This yonng man like great many
other people wanted all ke could get
for his money and aa a matter of course
became right to our store end never
got any further than the
' Shoe Department.
When we say we are selling boots
and shoes cheaper tkan anybody, ex
presses it rery mild. Oar prices can
not be equaled, a look through our de
partment will convince you that what
we say is true for good Straight, Hon
est Goods, we lead the procession.
A fine French kid H. T.. for 3.00
A fine Dongola H. T., for 2.C0 worth
A flue Dongola flexible sole for $2.00
worth 3 DO.
Ladies' fine kid flexible sole for $1.98
Ladies' fine kid button for $1.75
Ladies' fine Brazilian kid for $1.25
Ladies' best Pebble Goat for $1.C0
Ladies' best Calf button for $1.75
Ladies' best Oil Grain for $1.05 worth
Ladies' best Kid button for 78o worth
Misses' line Dongola heel and spring
heel for $1.75 worth $2.25.
Misses' fine Kid heel and spring heel
for $1.50 worth $2.00.
Misses' flue Dongola heel and spring
heel for $1.25 worth $1.75.
Misses' fine Pebble Goat calf tip
spring heel for $1.55 worth $2.25.
Misses' fine School shoes all solid
spring heel for $1.20 worth $1.75.
Misses fine Oil Grain all solid spring
heel for 98o worth $1.S5.
x Child's French Kid sizes 8 to 10
spring heel $1.55 to $2.25.
ChUd's H. C. Dongola, 8 to 10f
spring heel, $1.85 to $2.00.
Child's H. O. Pebble goat, 8 to 10 J
spring heel, $1.25 to $1.75.
Child's our kid, 5 to 8, spring keel.
B5o to $1.25.
Chita's Pebble gr 5 to 8, 98 j to $1.35.
Child's Pebble solar tip 6 to 8, 75o to
A job lot of children's shoes, sizes
from 1 to 8, for 10, 25, 35 and Wo.
Men's oil grain working shoe for $1,
Men's oil grain Gudmore shoe for
$1.35, worth $1.75.
Men's buff cong all solid shoe for
$1.16, worth $1.75.
Men's buff calf laee and cong, $1.30,
Men's buff calf lace and cong shoe
for $1.75, worth $2.60.
Men's fine buff calf lace and cong
shoe for $2, worth $3.
Men's fine calf hand welt lace and
cong shoe for $2. 20, worth $3. 25.
Men's Kang hand sewed lace and
oeng shoe for $3, worth $5.
Men's French calf hand sewed shoe
for $4, worth 6.
Boys' calf button H. O. for $1.75,
Boys' calf button for $1.50, worth
Boys' eil grain shoes for $1.25, worth
Boys heayy calf for 95o, worth $1.50
China and Crockery Ware.
In this department the same low
prices prevail and we are sure a visit
will result in one or more purchases.
The department embraces glassware,
crockery and stoneware, lamps and
lamp goods, etc. Bead these prices:
Teacups, 5c j with handle, Ct coffee
cups, 0 l-io, with handle, 7jc; tea
saucers, 5c; coffee saucers, 6 l-4c;
6- inch plates, 6c; 6 inch plates, 6s;
7- inch plates, 7ic; 8-inch plates, f? ;
7-inch sor.p plates, So; 6 inch soup
plates, 9c; 8-inch platters, l'Jc: 9 inch
platters, 2ia; 10-ioch platters, 29.;; 11
inch plattera,33c; 12-inch plattera.JJOa;
K-inch platters. 4-ic; tmall Itowls
11c; medium bowls (30;, lie; large
bowls (24), 17c; 0-inch round scalloped
vegetable dishes. He; 0 inch round
scalloped vegetable dishes, 7-Inch
round scalloped vegetable dishes, 21c;
8 inch round scalloped vegetable dishes,
39o; 9 inch round scalloped vegetable
diaUee, C3e; 10-inch mnnd scalloped
vegetable dishes, IBo; fiua oral pickle
dishes, ICoj 7-inch covered tnreen, !;
icih co i red tareen, t3c; No.1.6 fancy
shape pitchvr, holds one pint, It;; No,
It) fancy shape pitcher, holU t n
quart, 19 No. 21 fancy shape itchcr,
holds 3 pints, 21c $J, li lorry shape
pitcher, hol.'t 2 qisrUi, 33;; No". C f.. ti
er shsc4 pitcher. Ittdds one gallon,
!laln deart dishes, let sagar Vton'.s,
!3,; Urge h pitchers, frJs. thh is
the ctlubrated J. and O. M. iu
wue and is the best mhiU tronstona
chias made en this earth. We Late iu
stock seme rate patterns of lUtcUu't
decorated dinner aud tea acts at tiht
Sncea. We ih w a few very handsome
eeoratcj -.nvlln sre tht ra.t
sell si n rai b te dbber or U sets i
hy the efnuiw plec, TXis i a vcrv
sualis tliii g t tty, St Ht,ii
as Itrga er snlt a set as y Ust t
tiri' wiu ifid a l l to il jwitr ute
a! r yit eircisitUdces deoiaud.
1. s'ire jn tuis warn yei )He
ist Cut t h i ivu pUts in all W
( sr'.assts and prieee are Maisi.tcd
T(iKru ait !
Uaxwell, Sharps & Hoss Co.
lijai.j.rj rt ot., tisie.
attt mm ivH"t ni4 ia
To all Subordinate Alliances of Fron
The regular meeting of the Frontier
uounty Alliance will be neia in Jstoct
iville on March 25th. at 10 o'clock, a. m.
All presidents of Subordinate Al
liances are urgently requested to be
present, itusiness oi importance, v is-
iting brethren are invited.
M. T. Wl:t. Secy.
Frank B. Ilibbard, Secy, of Irving
ton Alliance, Douglas county has somo
prime corn which he offers for seed at a
very reasonable figure. A sample of
the corn can be seen at the Farmers'
Alliance oflice and speaks for Itself as
the entire crop last year averaged over
80 buthels to tho acre of sound well ma
tured corn Any farmer needing a su
perior article ef yellow dent seed corn
should write to Fbakk IIibbarc,
87-Ct Irxington, Neb.
Referekck: Allen Root. Omaha.
State Sec'y Thompson.
1 Of all the fanners in Neb. have
1 2 heard of E. 11. Andrus the land
man. He is the man who ran for
State Land Commissioner on the Demo
cratic ticket in old times when there
were only eighteen democrats in Neb.
In fact he nearly beat Kendall He did
not stop doing business but kept right
on selling land. He sold over a million
acres for the li. &M. and if there are
any knock-down bargains In Neb. you
can get full descriptions and a nice
new map free by writing to
36 K. H. Axdhus & Son.
800 P St; Lincoln, Neb.
'Lincoln city property a specialty.
(Jrlswold's garden seeds are guaran
teed to be fresh, 140 S. llth St.. Lin
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Whereas, default bag been mad In 'the con
ditions of a chattel raortcafft, dated January
24, 1MX), and tiled In the olttoe or tbe County
Clerk of Lancaster County, Nebraska. Janu
ary ft, 1WX), aud executed by Areb Muillnix to
Eunice J. lUrnum to secure the payment of
two promissory notes of even date therewith,
one of two hundred dollars, payable January
34, IWit, and one of Two hundrwl and fifty
dollar, payable January 24, 1MU. aud upon
which there la now due at the date of the flrsl
publication, the sum of S.IJHOU. ,
Mo suit or other proceeding's at law havlna;
been instituted to colleot the said debt,
therefore by virtue of the power of sale In
said tnortiraeo contained, the said RuniceJ.
burn urn will, for the purpose of satlsfylne
said sum with Interest and oosta, sell tbe following-
One span of brown mulns, K years old; one
brown horse, shout 11 years old; one roun
bone, about 11 years eld; one roan cow. 6
years old; one brfndle eow, about 8 years old;
one red cow, D years old; one spotted oow 6
year old ; S red calves, 1 year old ; two farm
waKons; two sets of harness, and alt other
farm Implements, also all increase on above
described stock. Hale at Livery Barn in Wa
vurly, Laocatr County, Nebraska, un Satur
day. March si, A. X), JW1, at 1 o'clock p. to. oi
said day. KcniCfi J. IIakncm,
. AND" ' ' .
Stock the Very Best.
Prices reasonable. Address,
' MllS. W. A. 1'OVSTKB,
37-Tt Albion. Nebraska.
S. L. WRIGHT,
Box 41, Lincoln, Neb,
Breeder of tiest strains Light Ilrabma, Hsr
red Plymouth Kock and Black Lanirthan
fowls. Ekks from pure breeds a specialty
atflforlii. Addresses above and mention
Y Ait.M r.m' A i.i.i hvy. ig-Jm
PURE BRED POULTRY.
White Plymouth Kock 11. each ; Toulose
Geeee S4. per pair; also egvs in sca.ou
from White Guinea., Pekln Ducks and Par
trldtre Coc-hlns at ft. per 1J eawfullv packed,
as 4w W. A. BATEN Jr., I ri-oiout, Neb.
tt Will Prevent Hog Cholera.
Western Stock Food
Is tbe greatest discovery of tbe sge for
Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Hogs anil Poultry.
Tt Is a natural remedy and preventative ol
all diseases of tho blood aud digestive orpans,
Haotsfreely on tho liver aud Kidneys; tends
to tone up the whole snltnHl syctemand Is a
sure preventative of Hog- cholera. 1 ll., B'ilb
and tlb. boxes at l!5o, bee. and 1.00 respec
tively. Manufactuivd only by
WESTERN STOOK FOOD COMPANY,
825 and 829 Kcrttt I6th St., Lincoln. Ken.
Butter, fRjfs, clieewj, potatoes, poultry
baj", grain ami live block.
Farm Produce a Specially.
SO Reference; Firt National Rack,
f:m Compile Eipcsea!
Rai.'rcis Mcncpelf Eiposedl
Tiuilsa and Tariff Eicssad!
Kin; Capital Eipssedl
Tii Traltarccs Press Eipated?
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UTEVEP.TBCDY READ, READ, READ
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mm tmm of the pecfie
Mr"TMt id ani ittii'iM rlUte ss.
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W"W it ,) t srt.ilk kt(rta4
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utl s4 l 't4 riiit.4 u iitn in
Is Ww4 . iu4 tbe SMtMt m,
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Ai;. 4 ki.imt l aassas atusktt f
ut ti fi ti . mi
Cor. 8th i P Sta. Lincoln, Htbns!
Oae kloek fross B. a M. Sepet. EsssM
tbreuffbottt by stews ass II rated by eke,
triaity. Eleettte saU beUs, aa4 aH Mtm
P. W, COPKLAHP. rayoso
Bates 2. per day. Special rates by tbe week,
O One block from motor line. Hts
K JENNINGS, Prop'r, Q
OMAHA, - - KXH3.
-r.-.i ui.i si jl i a.
Pcsrla Houss, Q & CthSti.
KmIs 25 Ctf . Lodying-, 25 and U Cts.
X. A. HAWLCY, Prop'f. IStl
TYfTTTn TT A T T
iiai N Sl-eet.
MEALS 25cre. -
Can rerre COO at a single meal.
For tlrj' weather and esrlv fodder try
Katllr corn at (Jri-woliVs hzzn .Stork,
iA L' t. 4 1 iL L? f ! 1
(Joed Corn For Ualo.
Adt one wantins eood seed corn can
do well b addressing,
' n. U. joHJrsoif,
84-8m Colon, Neb.
f iHBi:(. rutvrnt kikiu
v Km4 ruTTOI;, rU Tkr.kM,
Our rRKK CATALOOVC
l ix li k M Hla l,Mrw ! (It
ma t ii Debut ii in . pMiai nln !'
IM AlllalM. ."'t Kruf, eiuka. VbiI t04imi Unity U
FRANK rOMO I SON, Ravenna. Onto.
Ueit't mi It tokm .mi In . frprrUI rU gtiim
FGS? TiS iEE-O.
Bed Cedars, Fruit trees sa4 I'lsata,
Largest Stock, Loweit Price.
Mammoth dewberry luscious to tbe eere, best
berry for the prairies. I sub Ioeust, KuHaa
Mulberry, Tulip trees, box Blder.Aia, kirn,
Welnut. Cettoowood. ele. Hetail at wbela
sale price. Save SO par cent and writ foe
njy enee list. Aseress uso. u. hafvoro.
81-ens Makaoa, Jackson Co, CI
MadUob TBS lixiAsca when you write.
SSIUMJJltJ X tal treea, small fruits an4
ornsiseBtsl shrubs sea roses Is lens eese
inent. large stock red sadpurpleferteiry fee
sorimeni is earnea. ioionuo sine sprue,
sneolalty. Forest seedllnrs lor timber ete'e.
Asb. bos elder, msple. etel-Orpril7'
pa, black and boner lnoiist,C7 X Vr vXV
oeage orange snd Mussina mulberry. Prioes
very lew. instruction boob, 10c. Cataloen
free, address, Miu-OosTiasmtaj. Maasaay
Mention this paper.
EEDS FAHTJ AND GARDEN.
Special art-segments for buying seeds
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HHRees and plants!
A full aMrtmnt of
Pore8tand Fruit Trees,
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Hardiest sons for Kebraska. Special prices
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North Rend Nursery, North Bend. Dodge Ce
Neb. Knabllsbed 1SU. J. W. STaraasew.
Sa 80 Proprietor.
1891 1 OFFER FOR SPRIXS 1891
A large lot of fruit and ornamental trees,
graperinca, small fruits, flouring shrubs,
Forest Tree Seedlings
for timber claims. Being a member of tbe
acyonetothe secretary f our lodge here,
writeln EnjlUh or Oerman. Address
36-am Jeflersco Co. Bower, Neb.
Forest Tree Seedlings.
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