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THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, 31AR. 14, 1891.
TH1 PEARL OF THE PACIFIC.
Valdimir 8832 (1S;1 is a black
Percberon weighing 100 pounds;
foaled Feb. 2, leJW, and iias lieen
at the head of the stud at Wolf
Creek Stock Farm, ow ned by Win.
Krn3t. tor two yean. Oo everal
occasions hi owner has refused a
long price for Valdiniir. Id the
judgment of those who are in a po
sition to know he Is one of the
handssmest Ten-heron stallions
that ht ever crowed the water,
sad his breeding is of the best, giv
ing hlrn a strong dami 01 Drwiani
blood in his veins. He has proved
hiniMilf an excellent breeder; his
colts are uniformly black, and show
the splendid style and action of
Mr. wnst wm exniou
him with bis get at the State Pair
next fall, and we may anticipate
somethiu if good . As a a two-year
IJae M It Apprt te the Tf ef Amer
IraaVLItor. Lima has been called the Tearl o!
the Tactile and other flattering nama.
ays Theodore Child In Harper's
Mazarine. la the old days of the
viceroys It was, beyond doubt, the
floeiU as U was the richest, city io
New Spain; but now It is a sadly
sultlcd peart, a moribund and Inert
pjsre, where everythlnr bears witness
to decadence, poverty, and almost da
spair. Th streets swarm with bejr-
Cars, and the majority ef the 100,000 their Hire
inhabitants of the capital live ie an
indigent, primitive, aed thoroughly
iinbygtenlo manner, wnicn wouia 0id j a HoS of over one hundred
unendurable were it sot for tbe clem- competitors he carried off first
encr of tbe climate, which enervates honors. This was in the great
and conduces to a languid and indolent borse show at Nogcot le Kotrou in
state, comparable la tome respects to r!W-t WoJf CtwV can
Uio fatalism or u luric. inaeea, me of Gue (rlDJ, ot yoanf( 10r.
su-eet lite or Jima irequenuy romiou.
d m of that of Constantinople, which
is likewise a city of stucco monu
meals, barred windows, and overhung
la tbe first place, you find a similar
abundaaco of money changers, who
bavo their counters open to the street,
and display to tbe covetousness of the
Impecunious a selection of gold and
silvecolns and bank notes mixed up
with jewelry, plate and miscellaneous
bric-a-brac. The Lima money chanc
er also deal In lottery tickets and In
"buscas" the generlo name for those
mummies, bits of canvas, domeitio
utensils, and hideous crockoryware
which form the basis ef Peruvian State Alliance, bas niad the following
antiquities. These "huscas" ought to NU)S, ana will meet wiUi the county
cieni inca cmos, out mucn oi mo pov (jm
lery is now made in a modern mstin- Johnson
factory at Paila. I have always no- Pawnee
sew of the bt-st breeding and
oughly acclimated. Last year's
Importation shows some surpris
ingly fine young horses, and pros
pective bayers have only to see
I hem to aduilro them.
Tbe proprietor, Uni. Ernst,
an agreeable gentleman who is
neighborly with every one. His
numerous visitors are always we!
come, and a visit to this breeding
rslablUhment always repays one
for the trouhlo involved, hee his
new catalogue for pedigrees and
other Information sent to any ad-Ureas.
The Farmers' Alliance,
If BUSHED WEEKLT AT
CORNER 11TH AND M STREETS,
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
J. BURROWS, Rditor.
J. M. THOMPSON. Business Ma'gr.
PKBCHKttON STALLION, OWNED BY WM. ERNST, UHAF, JOHNSON COUNTY. NEB.
F. Tratt, Axs't. lecturer of the
See A. N. Wycoff for U wclock prop
tlced that the scarcer money is In a
country, and the worse the state of Us
finances, tbe more numerous are the
tables of the money changQi-s. The
evidence of Lima confirms this obser
vation. The finances of the country ore
notoriously In a fearful stale. Although
tbe mountains of Peru lira full of gold,
silver, ' and other precious inoUls,
there Is not a native gold coin to be
found in tbe country, except as a his
torical curiosity, and the very small
amount of coin In circulation is of the
most primitive and inconvenient kind,
constating of coarse copper 1 and 2
cent pieces nnd very heavy silver dol
lars. The conoquence is an etteasivo
credit system and the use of 0.tnl
cheek. The Li mo no prefer to run
Into debt freely ral her than be bur
dened with a few pounds of silver
Call at (; rlswolds for field garden and
tree need. 140 So, 11th St., Lincoln, i
For female, nervous and kidney di
seases consult Dr. Aley, 1023 O street,
iincoin, xeo. r,'U
Some of these appointments were to
hare len filled by O. Hull, State Lec
turer, but he has taken another route.
O, Hull, lecttirerof the State Alliance,
has made the following dales, und will
meet with county Alllasc.es as follows:
Yiin will find thn Ht. i !Iiut1am and nthnr
lending varieties of corn at Urihwold's
Hkkd RruHK, 140 So. lllh St., Lincoln,
This is a Bargain.
20 ncres of good garden land only 2
miles from the post olllce, for $30 per
aero. A. x. Yinvwr,
Iarm For Sale,
A good 80 acre farm, 4 miles from the
county seat, can be bought, now, on
eay terms, for $200 les than was of
fered in cunh for It a year ago.
Addrex. T, O. Box 20:j,
' A Tyalml ttrrtl rtnv,
Sir Kd win Arnold In Scrlbner: Next
we turn into the 'lilnza," the "Brood
'way" of tbe metropolis of Japan-a
really fine thoroughfare, with paved
sidewalks, tramways In the middle,
and shops of a superior description.
Here ebbs and flows he full business
life of the city, and mingling with It,
as elsewhere, the clattering pattens,
the mothers and sisters with the babes
on their backs, the children , kite-fly
tag; the traders sitting over their glow
ing charcoal brawlers; and hawkers of
fish, dried radish, cakes, porilmmotts,
toys, pipes, kites, and flags; the coolie
with their balanced load; the blind
old aamisen players; the Buddhist
priests, tbe pretty muimees with their
hair like black marble, and pleeou
feet, the Imperturbable, slit-eyed
babfos; the acquaintances meeting in
the street and profusely bowing and
saluting; the Japanese officer riding
along, each with his btitto, or groom;
the flower-peddlers, the bullocktnen,
the bird dealers, the tea-house, the
little funny house-fronts and opened
Interiors, the bath-rooms, the temples,
the stone yards, the basket-works,
the gliding rice-boats lout letrera-
bletnont, in fact, of the wonderful and
ever interesting capital city of Japan.
See A. N. Wycoff for Haveliie prop
For the opium, morphine or cocaine
habit consult Vt. Aley, iw u street,
For rheumatism, neuralsia, Urltrht's
disease, sciatica, etc., eonmilt Dr. Aley,
1020 tl direct. Lincoln, Neb. mil
We make a specialty of Held, garden
and flower seeds at tints wo:. t'n SEED
HroitR, 140 South 11th St., Lincoln.
Houses to rent or sell on monthly
apymeats by J. StevenKon with J. It.
MeMurtry. corner of Eleventh ana M.
The Chevrouts have removed their
restaurant from 12U S. 12thit. to 21V N.
Uth St., and are now open again for
business. Being near the corner of
Hay Market square, also near the cor
ner of T st., between the two hotel.- nnd
on the thoroughfare to and from the
depot their location is convenient both
to the traveling public and the farmers
who bitch on the square or put up at
the surrounding barns. After April 1
we shall be open day and night with
good meals or lunches at reasonable
prices. All tire invited to call. :BMt
V. A. UHKVR01IT, W. IS. CITKVKOl'T,
Proprietor. ' Manager
Two pedestrians met In Monroe
avenue and one knocked the other
down and hurried off.
"That's an outraee: ' exclaimed a
cltUten who helped the fallen man up.
- Call the police and have him
arretted!" shouted a second.
Run after him and get satis
faction!" ad v 10(1 a third.
MlieBtlenieu," said the victim as he
reached his feet, "It is all rIgU-all
. -How all right?"
'I owed him 14 and refused to pay
It He 'therefore took It out of my
"But, man, you have ben knocked
"I know It, but I've saved $A If
anybody's ahead Pin the one and
there's no need of raiting a row over
And be got a brur on his Jaw with
hit left band and skated o,T into a aids
street. Free Pres,
Fryer -What Is the point at tue In
Hie ease of JagS v- Hendoi-ntm whicn
baa tMn dragging through the courts
Lawyerllrfi trauMa boaaa ovsr
the ewasrtlilp of a valuabl roan dv.
Tk UUgattos. has besti golut oa far
about six years and b t-etl the rou-
leiiaata nearly f.V.iKo m far.
'Who will wia the dtf rsaltial!,
'Hte dug f h, be diel ft'Ay h the
v-a4 jear." . Muay'i Wee's l.
U'ckh & Stewart, 23t S. 11t h St.
Oil Price List. .
Hrinie White .10 ct.
Water White... , 11 Jet.
Perfection .12 ct.
leitdligbt 13 ct.
Barrels range from 50 to IH gallons,
J, T. liAisTu;r, State Agt.,
Having rented my f.irm at Shalx'rt, I
will move to Piltrer. Stanton county.
Neb. After Mar. 10th all communica
tions for me will h? sent to Pilger. All
business relating to Alliance work in
this county will be sent to Klins Barns.
Farms for salt; and exchange in all parts
of Nebraska. Correspondence solicited.
DORR BROS. A BRANSON,
Over 1st National Bank, Lincoln, Nebv
Slate Agent Hartley informs us that
he has just secured the sale of the best
riding cultivator on the umrknt. It is
something new having all the latest im
provement. Steel, gangs, with extra
5ang4 for use in Heeding, and is un
ouMcdly ahead of anything in this
line. A "full line of plows, harrows,
seeders, garden and Held seeds. For
prices, circulars, etc., address,
J. , UAU! L.M , I7tate Agl.,
Z. S. BRANSON,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER.
tiOOI WOItK il'A ItANTKKO.
Office over First National Bank.
3H-m UnrolJi, f I I Nrhraitlm.
Sweet and Irbih potato seed at (ini.v
woli's SkkdStobe, 140 South Uth St.,
Never Injures Stock ,
Stock is never injured when enclosed
with a picket and wire fence. The Gar
rett Fence Machine, this fence is in
successful operation in every Slate and
Territory iu the U. S. and seems to be
universal favorite. Address . II.
(Jarctt, Mann field, O., for catalogue giv
ing full description of muchiiie, and also
wholesale prices of wire, pickets, etc.,
which he sells at wholcmile prices di
rect to tanners.
From Nouh's time to the present day
pigeons have been used as luoNnengei-H,
both in pence and war. lho V, recks
were familiar with their uws, and em
ployed them as mc-weiigois, touching
their utility to the Romans, who uwd
them to great ndvantnge during the
nicge of Mpdena. During the siege of
Paris in 1870 communication bet ween
the authorities at Tours and tli be
leaguered city was muintuincd by means
of the homing pigeon. More than onu
inllllon prlrle uWHugi and one lum-
tj-cd aad fifty thousund nlneinl dm-
paicl.es were curried over the bends of
the Ormnu army, conveying the only
intelligence received of the sunermgs
f those within the Invited city to the
nuWlde world, lho inensageii were
photographed on a thin film of collodion,
a single film coi.Vaf plug twonty-tlve mes
sage, and ono bird could carry a dozen
fllnia. They were inserted in a section
i.f a quilt, which was bound to the tall
fcathMi-a by pacing a nukn wrd
through )iolw pierced in the euds by a
ivd.bot stcl vnnU
Tor Sale, Trade or Rent.
A line section of land. 24 miles north
east of Homerville, Gosper county, Neb.
240 acres under Plow, 4U0 acres, under
fence, 2f0 acres In blue grass pasture,
two story seven room house, good
sheds, granary, corn crib, barns, cor
rells, windmill fixed for pumping or
grinding feed and all necessary out
buildings for farm and stock purposes;
iHH) barrel cistern and 700 foet or water
plpiug. All in good shane, would make
onu of the Uncut stock farms in JNcb.
Addrews. 11. S. Bkli,.
'lOIMNSt, Lincoln, Neb.
Iluutftund IrrinU-tl Vmrm, UsrJn and
OrrliHnl la the teltrteii Hear Itlver
Vulley os tha Male I.iiteit of the I'nloa
VurUlc and ' nlrl PacHc : II. It. near
I'orrlnr muI 04m, I'tah.
Snlcndid location for business and in
dustries of all kinds in the well known
ity of Corinne, situated in the middle of
the valley on the Central Pacific K. 11.
the lands of tho Bear river valley are
now thrown open to settlement by the
construction of the mammoth system of
Irrigation from tho Bear lake and river,
just completed by the Bear itiver Canal
Co',, at a cot of t;i,000,000. Tho Co.
controls $100,000 acres of these line
aads and owns many lots and business
locations in the Citv of Corinne. and is
now prepared to sefl on easy terms to
settlers and colonies. The climate, soil,
aud Irrigating facilities are pronounced
unsurpassed by competent judges who
declare tho valley to be the Paradise of
the farmer, mm grower and stock
raiser, Nice social surroundings, good
choos and churches at Corinne City,
and home markets exist for every kind
of farm and garden produce in the
neighboring cities of Ogdcn and Salt
jakc, and in the great mimug camps.
Lauds will bo shown from the local of
fice of the Company at Corinne.
A woman who had apent a full hour
In one of the tor veterduy "looking
for ttotueihlng for her mm," was finally
ked If ahe was not rather particular
for a would-le puivbaiwr who had such
a choice tf ChrWttua presents.
'.Why, ye, 1 suppi I am," she r.
Idled, but 1 tell jvni I Need U IxO
" I heo your noil Is l pat llculai f"
I nhould ixiy o! Hanlrt I My to
stilt you ever saw, Why, he's turned
Ate out of doors, bad tljiht with bis
(dlher, pet the Iuhimi on I'r. and laen
the boc wit and wdd it. And if I
should set 1.1m anything he dldu't
iHn to like he il Wi k alt of the tunil.
Lrnttur out o( tb -, order bt
fthr off the pvinUa aud nw m for
a (Hil wlfMnr. Oh, w-rt kin f,wiuy
f(or top to Uuwtin. aad w're g4 to
oalt hi fetafs."" Idrylt r
Something New, A Necessity to Many,
Useful to All,
Smith's diagram to parliamentary
rules, showing the relation of any mo
tion to every other motion, and answer
inc at a trlance over 50U oucNtions in
uarliamentary practice; together with a
Key containing concise muts ana ttlrec-
tlous ror conducting the business of do
A work designed for students, teach
era. prouoatdunnl fnen, all who inav be
railed upon to preside over businesa
meetings, all who ever have occa&ion to
take part iu business proceedings, and
all who may whm to inform thcmnclves
on tno importnut suweot ot paruameu
tary rules. The subject is licre pre
wilted under au cutlndy new arrang
meut, by which a great amount of In
formutioa Is presented to the eye at
mice, in a marvelously condenstd form.
Uy an tngeulously devised system of dl
verging and converging lines, all the
rul applying to any given motion
and all the motion comiug under any
given rule are presented at one view.
fitcilltHtiug immensely the nctpiWHion
of a genet 1 knowledge of this subject.
aud furuUhiag t a chairman Instant
information on any point upon which
tioituts iimy arise.
It l to the study d parlimentary
pr.ieuee w hat a map is to tae auaty ti
Bear In mind Ihnt everv- meieU r of
deliberative aMiitbh ououl.l umUr
stand tartlameiiiary ruloa as welt asthe
ehalrtnan, to uveUt the moniltcation of
moviug out of order.
Sinof diag-Mui, 12) by tit Inches
pi lule.1 on Imnd pajMsr, A key U
imi.t.Hl to the dl Kram, contaiukng lull
plniutloH, Mat, and directions tor
cftmlurting del U'lthe prtHwdingH,
pnuietl en hoe enUmiered pir. t
oruameuUl colored border. '1 tw a hole
Put up iu tion I iauiia cover. tuUMMM
la Kt and gold, omvealt l aud dnrabk
for peAii iuh.
lTi-, by mail. fot pattl. - I 50,
lho abet Uxk aud FsaJSha'
AlltvK o year. 1.1ft
Address. Atmsvafva. tv,
i s U U&eoltt. Nel
' In 10 lb Sacks,
2VsCts. Per lb.
38 J.W, HARTLEY State "Ageut.
VAE jreet our reader thl week with Tia
jIllianc enlarged to nearly doutle tta
former aJze. We luteml to adl to Itt raKie
edltorlaliy at much ui bave to fttaixa.
We hope to be abla further to enlarjrolt to a
seven column quarto, and will do ao as sooa
u our patronage juitlfles It.
Tub Alliance one year and
Looking Backward post paid. . . .11 50
Ditto and Labor and Capital by
Ditto and Co;sar's Column 1 00
" " Our Republican Mon
archy by Venicr Voldo 1 40
The above books for sale at this office
Ditto and Cusbing's Manuel pa
pier covers..,,...... .1 80
Cloth covers .1 IA
or sent post paid as follows-,
Looking Backward...... 50rts.
Cii-sar's Column &0cts.
Labor and Capital .....20cts.
Our Republican Monarchy ... .',25cts.
Cushing's Manuel paper covers.. 23cts.
" " cloth ...fiOcts.
: Almasck Pub. Co Lincoln Neb.
Tai hIhh1 raw
eortd TuunuMAat'a IT
m to offer a r. a. (if""
ttalM, tut tmt VMm
bow It. iiMiUiUf I alU ff
IW far tlw bmt yield oMila.
,4 from 1 oiinr of irHt aUHk
i will null fur S cu. Data
La Plume, Pa-
Griswold's Seed Store.
Garden Field and Tree Seeds.
All seeds guaranteed to be pure and true to name. 140 So. 11 st Lincoln, Neb-
1109 0 STREET.
FOR THE WEEK WE WILL SELL
LL Muslin at 4lc. , , ,
Lonsdale Muslin at 7Jc. ,
Indian Head quality at CJc.
Good Ca ica at 31c.
Indigo Blue at .r4c.
Good Shirting at 5c. Extra good at 8 and 10c.
Ginghams at 5, 7, 8 and 10c.
Our Dress Goods are from nets, up. Our 10, 12 and 15
are all very cheap.
We wish to impress on every Alliance reader in our coan
ty and state that wo are the people to patronize. We will
not try to deceive and misrepresent.
Write lis for samples we will assure
you prompt attention.
Kcarca nnd dear money (hard money!
niakiuir cheap labor, waste alavery. falling
rtrea, bunlurwi paralyiit aad nforrd idle
oru, doubllnic th VoluiiM. and Valua of
rooiirr ohUKationa (bomU and inartcairr!
rreatliiK a land lord yttm ,
A Treaties on Money and Finance
MiiM.V, .... iowa.
I) on ana
prlnlad k"k. I.arga
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street- Lincoln, Neb.
"We hi-artllr reecoiuond.the 'Money Mo-
nouolf' to all who would form a OtOnlte un.
drirlanUiiff of tba XV financial plank of our
(triler, a ll la without rurapllon tfca brt
poaluon of that plana It ha bren our irood
torlune 10 . nonueriuuy oicai ana loroi-
ble Invaluablo onlhe platform aud in the
auM-ralily room. Tno Money Monopoly la a
book which na labor rr4nrinrihou d Im with.
out," Jouraal of K.of I., l'hlla., pa., Jan. sw.
Col. J a Harper, IM oia war horaa of Iba
itrwitilvai W niovtmicnk tpitaka aa followa of
IhM't i nayo raa witn nii -ar in"Mo
ue Monopoly i" ua-d It all throuuh I ha la I
t aiiiimurn and ran My that lor prMutival uu
It l me ovat nooa now ia prim.
Tho umirral traatnu'iit of lha mnim!y
truaslis now gotiinon la wau rly, and tti
labial ii.Kit ot th wutllno iytratta
front nuiMiraua or voiumca irout ido iwt
tat-n of tha airra on Ihn thtvv grxat oratton
ol iloucy. Tranapoftatlon and l.aml, im full
ana f taut aa to alvc ta lull lorr ol tna an.
laortiir,! taatinlqiiaaav ot pultlna lh ar-
uuii-nl, but pUIn lorv'itila and iuUMcatina in
u lull a niwut a tolva ISk latak ia linii
tuauur auwt lrUi. la lha public tak
i r aati wtn r it . a r(iiopaia aiitoat pmo
W. ll atvutau la a.iUilfrtul. ll la h.-al-
thy; aa aim.il traw, but ais to h
i,dnrlil ana lit rtiiiat'ifiw.
It la fraud aisumt'Bt for a higher rlritUa
lion, a purtr t hualtanli), II it waa rd
hr tka Mni!r rj fair, hwural loiw-la, It wui4
work a it lolulMitt ot ilMiiikl thai wtititdW
Iiu4 niH-vd it. sad five proprr raward lo
Ihannadtkat torattd It and In haatl that
ih.ui ad 11," J, 11 tarkM,
A nxwiatvilrslutt In Ik kuU i f.m
wtai fn4 uk Au wpta." -t", W.Tmi 'S
W U a. fl.-li.
"SNuwimiwia wipwa with whih V
SfUia Ik t.wU uf umiwihi, ,'
thtt Nvtxsab tity AM"tb.v ivWr M
trdvi xr h aral Iu this fShwi At I the
Auikr, k.tt r. txwa, taa piww of tka htk
itUvuri lv.rH. fur lui hat uiMHHtau ad
dr mm litm V.,
tLkifa waTIliatvyry tiua.. an4
aaw aiaJi 14 la ataia. SM
SHAWLS MUST GO.
No. 00 I-'lno Beaver Reversiblo Shawls. Jacquard Border. Full Size,
Knotted Friuge. Usually sold at $4.00. They must go at 15 18
DIAMOND M Extra Super Quality Beaver, all light and dark gray Re
versible Shawls. A regulation $0.50 ahawi. Our price lor this oc
casion 5 37
os x ise.
DIAMOND W A vwry good all-wool Gray, Brown or Black Center Shawl,
Comment Is unnecessary, at. , $ 2 3
H. K. EAQLE, & CO.
68 Wabash Ay.. Chicago, 111.
We have just torn pitted arrangements by which we can offer Indies'. Men's
and Children's underwear at exst-lly cam prlee. and adl you any quantity you
wUh. Tlu gomU offt red ate all strictly liist-vla,
READ THE LIST.
Men's red tuliwl wwd shirt and
drawrr. "rtoh, $
Meu'a brown uil.xl woh4 khlrU
and drawtra, eaeh, , ............
Mra rvd and Mt atrlatl shirts
and diswrrs, iwh
Mea's bwwu and white ftfiped
shirt aad drawers, tnteh. . ,
Mn'a hetvy stHtteh mivwl shirts
aad draw., vaelt
Men heavy fray all wool shirts
aad drawers, saeh
Mva'l hsavy ip-sy all awl douU
lh.Mrt.at underwrote at
Mn' f vtrt lii svy all wool shirts
and dntwt-n, each. ............ .1
IMtjt' J rry t eats iiii'dluiu wt lgat
loidUm' flue merino vrt nnd draw
Itd'ea' find nil wool MMrlt-t vt
and dtwr, rjt. h
IkIUW tktra ttna all weal matWt
tiU ml dtawvix nw'li
Ijidira' XXX !et nit wmd vrU
and d rswit, mh . , , , ,
litdtett' X.X K arh t all wd jf r
iKy v t ami diswrrj. vwfl. . . . M
t proxrt!outtd oruvs fa oiartn leM mtha
aut ttuty Un eioard cot U li-ro foul order U rveelvd,
J W. IlAim i V, SttiArt. I.Ueo.n. Jeh.
niinr trumbul8ccdc oN 4 ALLtN oetcio
r 1 1 Ef r nn mt 6sri,M ' TrM "iM X E" Ir 1 1
I U I ILL Bead for Catalog M. Mailed Fraa. If rL Ka Li r
W aaw l4tt.,4M T. taaia af., aANSAft CITV, MO. w aw-aaw a
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