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About The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1891)
THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NED., SATURDAY, APR. 4, 189L
Clements photo are highly spoken
Hendry Bros. 15 cent dinner will give
satisfaction to the most fastidious.
The Racket" will surprise you In
"both stock and prices. Notice card
Wortendyke & Spelts make farm
loans at the lowest rates obtainable.
Boom 57 Latta Block. 1 m
See advertisement of S. W. Jacobs in
locals and write him if you have any
thing to exchange for good stock.
Fnr mnnnmontii md tombstones the
public Is directed to the advertisement
oi Ueo. piattermann m wis uu
Mr. A. D. Gullo one of the leadlA
funeral directors of the city, is reprd
aented in Th Aiaunck . He will be
found prompt and reasonable in
O. W. Carson the veteran horseshoer
continues to give entire satisfaction to
horsemen. His card will be found else
where. When you want your horse
properly shod, send the animal to Car
on. Attention Is directed to the advertise
ment of 11. It. Nissley & Co., the enter-
rising general merchants. Their trade
i dally increasing, owing to their hon
orable course In business.
N. P. Curtis Co. carry a big stock
of pianos, organs and general musical
morntiQnriiiui and aiinnt miiNle. Hue ad
vertisement elsewhere, and remomlmr
that they will meet all legitimate ;com
petition. We call attention to the new ad. of
Xllpatrick Koi k. They have leased
the Kaufman block for a term of years
and propose to sell general merchan
dise at rates that will secure and bold
The new Eollpse Studios aro furnish
ing very lino work. The rooms are lo
cated at 1222 O street. A visit to the
studios will convince our readers that
the proprietors are sujwrlor artists.
Their card will le found (u this issue.
Uead the advertisement of Fremont
Hemp and Twine Co, In our columns
this week. They manufacture twine
that Is oimmntniul to ha the best OUftli-
tyand cricket proof. Patronize home
industries when it Is possible to do so,
and thus build up and strengthen the
resources oi our state.
John T.Jones has the agency for the
new and Improved Davis Platform Har
vest rami Binder. This machine is re
saided as likelv to revolutionize the
harvester business of the country, Mr.
Jones also handles a full lino of farm
inir Implements, wauons, earring,
threshers &e. lioad his advertisement
on another page
The Lincoln Street Railway Co., has
completed arrangements for operating
their line with electricity and the past
week had a largo number oi laborers
engaged in tearing up the pavement on
east u street and laving double iracK
on that busy thoroughfare. The entire
. system will be run by electricity by June
A collision 'between an electric car
and Standard horso car at tho crossing
onl8tb and P streets Monday. The
tracks were in bad condition and when
the drivers ot the cars attempted to
top ti e wheels slipped and the cars
crashed into each other, The electric
car was slightly damaged. The horses
on the Standard car were knocked
down and the car derailed.
Elsewhere In these columns will be
found tho advertisement ot Pomereno
& Cooper, dealers in windmills, pumps
etc. This firm sustains au enviable
reputation for fair dealing and respou
aibilitv. Mr. L. W. Pomereno is the
manager of the enterprise, a gentleman
with whom it is a pleasure to do busi
ness, and his experience slvcs tho pub
lic coniidence in his judgment and
Mr. States who Is familiarly known
all over tho state as "Gus" presents his
compliments and the business interests
of the J. 1. Case Co.. iu liberal space,
elsewhere iu this paper. Mr. States is
the general airent of the J.I. Case Co.,
and informs us that the outlook for
trade the comlnar season IsvervsatisfaO'
tory. The threshers and other machin
ery made by his company have for
years sustained a position in tho lirst
ran or "lliat class oiiarni machinery.
A wholesome activity In business cir
cles has been manifested tho past week.
The real estate transfers of tho city for
me wcck ending juomiay, segregated
1 .00,0 X) and represeu'aives c f all claa
aes of business have an oncourwring
ring in reportlnir the status ot a T.i rs.
While spring is a trille late, compared
with other years, no more favorable
ouuooic hns i, n known in an entire
decade. The soil is in splendid condi
tion, the fanners in good spirits and the
prosnecis very oriiriit lor a vear ot un
paralled prosMrlty not only in Liucoln
but throughout the entire state.
Every humanitarian In the city who
nag naa occasion 10 travel on me noise
car lines, outside the paving districts
has felt profuse compassion and BYiiina
thy for the poor brutes w hich have been
compelled to do duty in milling tho
cars. In tho suburbs where paving ha
not ueeu compieM U. me track have
been in n shocking condition too had
fur animals to travel w ithout load to
say nothing of dragging a street car
loaded with passcttgirs, Let It he said
to the credit ot most of the drivers, the
Horses were treated as kindly as cir
mundane would permit.
The political municipal Held U alive
with luiereM, ami the content on tht
jnsyorality promises to tweoiim unus
ually war iu, lion. A. H Weir, the
llidepemlt'iit candidate will niuloul.lixl
ly be elected, aa he U tery popular 1th
all (Uuii, A gentleman of spoil
character, tir.swm leg liitigtity and a
Warm S'Hocate tf the laboring mens'
eatiw. 1 to would give t hit city an ecu
kentical, hpiet and equitable atitiliu
Mutton, frve l mm rim ruU and ieeUl
r i! Uundrt d f rrpitlilui
wlilnt f, r him on atrvntit ( the bis
m o,ti.iitt pra-ttctt '.y the U-view
of tht tr partv and let thej
l.Quw lUt 4 - f'siU si d upright.
Mey lU'ttiocmt will ujptt-t h'm !.r
lh t!ii hiu niWr valid reit, I
lr!fig nw u sd huli'i nilriiiisui m,v
tUly tmxiilitmn ff vit , and tha
lni'cliH i srt that llmgir't nor$ty
t ur cU'm ti r leti t uwui'd i tvti 1 1
ih city pneMeit l Wi ting an In
evrruptil' a. hand! iimvur,
A. li. Wlt, vie it H eir,
A funding Wrwk.
SUAMOaxx, Pa., March SI. Passenger
train No. 6, on the Philadelphia and
Reading railroad, was wrecked at Vas
tines and Flagman J. F. Martz of
Williarosport bad hla nbs broken and
was otherwise badly hurt; Constable
Hoover of Sunbury received several
deep gashrn in the bead and hud his
shoulder blade broken; Mrs. Treeper
of Leadsburg, cut and bruised about her
head and body, Contractor Wetrelof
Danville, severely Injured. The other
passengers were badly shaken up.
Am A ixhbl (hop Uom:
Toronto, Ont, March 81. Arch
bishop Qiarbonnel, formerly bishop of
Taranto, died in Frauca.
Saline county farmers claim that the
ground is now In better condition for
crops than for twenty-tlve years past.
Last Sunday another heavy snow
storm visited Northwest Nebraska,
blockading trains and causing the death
of many head of stock.
J. II. Shingart who has had a largo
experience In the real estate business
has located in this city. Anyone hav
ing farms or unimproved lands to sell
will do well to place them in his bands.
Corner. 13 &Q street. -2w
Are you Hungry.
Hendry Bros., at 132 11th t. between
N and O furnish a first class dinner for
15 cts. Don't forget them when you
want a meal. 41-4W
The Independents to know that we
have reduced tho rates at tho Merchants
hotel from 12 to 11.00 and 11.23 per
day. All meals 250. 42-2t
Whither are w Drifting
And anew era In Republican (Jovern
went In oun volume bound In cloth. He
tall price $2.00. '
Fakmkhb' Alliamck one year and
the above great book, for only $2.25.
Go to Clement. His studio Is univer
sally recognized as tinequalcd for line
work at reasonable prices. Satisfaction
guaranteed Id every Instance. Once a
customer always a customer. Hw
Choice clover seeds lied, White, Al
sykeand Alfalfa. Kentuckey Blue
Grass and Timothy, (prime) at Hum
phrey Bros, Do not fall to see Hum
phrey Bros., for all kinds of seeds. He
liable varieties and satisfactory prices.
The meetting of tho Harlan County
Alliance which should have been held
Saturday, March 2th was postponed
on account of the storm and will meet
at Blue Hill on Saturday April 11th.
A full attendance is desired at that
II. It, HOPKINS,
42 tw Socie ary.
B. F. Pratt. Ass't. Lecturer of the
State Allianco, will fill the following
dates made by State Lecturer Hull who
has gone borne on accoumt oi sickness.
Clay " April 2.
Nuckolls " " 4
Thayer' ...".." 7.
Jefferson " " 8.
Porehon Norman Stallion 8 years old
draft grey. Weiijht 1700 lbs, also 'one
Green Mountain Morgan stallion black
weight 1200 lbs age 13 years. The above
horses aro kind, gentlo and sure foal
actors. I will exchango for young hor
ses 4 or a years om, preiur norman
Correspondence solicited .
S. W, Jacob.
4 2 8w Barneston, Gago Co., Neb. 7
Eggs for Hatching.
From Felch pedigreed Light Brahmas.
Mv yard was mated by S. L. Roberts.
and is headed by "Ah Sin 8th" a cock
scoring 041 points, price $3 per 13.
This mating will surely throw prize
F. G. Yulk.
42-8t Box 830 Lincoln, Neb.
Lancaster County Alliance will meet
in K. of L. hall on U between 10 and 11
streets Lincoln at 1 p.m. on Friday
May 1st iMii. secretaries will please
send list of delegates to county secretary
before that uate.
O. Unix, Pres
W. W. Kkrlin. Soo. 43-3t
Two vearling Polled Aagus Bulls
Also a few good cows, same breed.
Will sell above Mock cheap. I alxo
want to rent pasture for horses and
cattle west of Lincoln preferred. Lai
ou or address, C. 11. Cik km(
Farm 1 mile north ot town. 4J-2w
Maxwell, Sharp A Ross Co.
Are making extensive Improvements in
their immense establishment, prcpara
tory to adding other lines of good, ami
as soon as completed will show a stock
ot goods larger and more complete than
ever, and at lowest bottom prices for
cash. They proline to sell cheat er thay
any bony, Man oroer solicited.
1532 to 1538 O street.
How a Tourist Makes Monty,
Vr.KH ltKAUKHS While visiting places
oi interest. 1 itt my leisure time pla
ting tableware and Jvwelcry and mnltii
Platers I make from to 115 is r
tiny, The work Is done wi nlceiv that
every person want it. 1 paid 15 for
my pliiier to 11 t, lHnoV Co., Col
ii tiiim. Ohio. Whf not have a
lime ami noucv in jour pHket, when
fur yu can iart a tuties of jour
uf Write alwjve tirm fur clro Ut
A lot Mr.
iMt oi N tt M.ar,
We have dm'blvd U stay In Lincoln
and w iu. vscalo our i'i.Mt note
hnumUv Ajnl 4th. tMiau.y to
llliilillg U'.OOUr OeW bulldttigtwodaot
Hiiar ib'terntl'ied t t met a
oVtlr moiih 4 lrt tiixwt. tJtwrtlf
or limli and MhhsU hw piks i!l
nvll tht iii.
taaUipU-a rhmNlly ibioUud
Kit t'ttkt , Kk ii,' lrv ; Co,
41 tw lstlMiv!
J. I. CASE
Center Crank Stationary and Traction Engines.
Send for Catalogue.
Two car loads bright Prairie Hay.
Farmer's Exchange Co.,
41-2w . Adams JNebraska.
Telephone 470 302 S. lithSt.
A. D. GUILE
FUNERAL DI HECTOR.
Embalming. . , , , , Lincoln, Neb.
Greenwood Horse Co.,
Tha llr.t nr nullum Hackner and flint rirnml-
li tn Cohi'Ii liorsn, ssy Hue or breed af Nub.
Kliilo Kiilr In IMW was I.OKI) J.AMOKKT,
owned by Oreenwook Hore Co. Will inakB
tho sesson of 1WU nt l.uuirhllnt burn in
Urectiwood. Neb. Terms to f-U Insure.
CorrcH poiKlenoe sol lei tea .
4am C. I CUHVEA. Beo.
1 N. WYCOFF
REAL ESTATE UAH
And It will be to yovr In
terest to see us or ad
dress us If you want any-
thin iu our liue.
Houses and blocks for sale that will
pay more than. 10 per cent on invest
ment. 42tf Lincoln, Neb.
EGGS FOR BEEEDINQ.
Blniflecomb, Whlto Leghorn's eirir 13 for ft 80
iirown i nu
HsrreJ Plymouth Hock " " " 1 i
Pekln llueks " " 1 R
Mammoth llronse Turkey's " B " 8 60
Bpoltud UuliieB's " 13 "S00
B.niiit ii in in., Liinooin, neo..
breeders aud shippers of thorouuhbred
TRADE NOT WANTED.
rniatmiinra Iro lirirnntlv rAnlloalA in wait.
for thulr vehicles until the great rush at the
Sultan, Cart aud Carriage Co.,
t nvn 1 a fnw wool,, mrm hnnn f r mi In.
oresse our force hs to servo our oustuuiers
nNiimit v h. Iht.v mini,,. 1 hn 1nnr,i,Hii
trade brouirht by our Ai.mancb ad hssmsde
this stHtitiueiit neeenHsry. 4S-m
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RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES.
Call slid Rot
ni low priot-ii.
Last year we Issued a circular that opened up the subject as It had never been
before. For year the manufacturer had been using a eheaHr liber, mixing It
with Manilla and Slal, appropriating the difference iu price lo themselves. The
result of "Nosing Around'' was we learned thl. demanded the difference, and at
once shared It with our patrons, In I he quotations of "alleged" Manilla and hisal
In our celubratwl clrcu'ar letter of May 13, IWK).
This year there la a quamd among the manufacturers, "d we are standing by
ready to take advantage of U. We learn that the aubstitutioii U Ix-lng carried
still further, a method of bleaching having lieen found, and twine W Uing made
caU uiated to "UM e even the elect," ly this mixing and coloring dealers w ill
l able to make all sorts of limitations.
Our friends a always can depend on u. and as soon as we thluk the lwttomls
rca lie.l te w ill quote pi Ice.
Jiillrg front iiifoiiualiou already obtained, ill U alnrnt t per cent lower
than last year.
H. R. EAGLE, & CO.
Mar m. 08 Wabash Av., Chicago, IU.
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THRESHING MACHINE CO
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One of the Largest Stores in the State.
Wc arc 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. Uth St.
h i v I
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"As , l'i z
'I ' Ilk. ult Ji
(Jail aud see me, visitors welcome.
so cheap that It dont pay to quot prices. Go
lOloi'Kt. Hmitii Jt Hknnktt.
pnees on evervlhlnte lu my line. KlrMt-vlMi work
Hiiflmhut. (iiro N'attkhmnn.
pi, v , 1 . s...;0
Money loaned on every dencriptlon of valimblcti. Cull on me
when I ran jloyousiiy ?ihh. Win o t. l). Nkkwkv.
MKHCll ANDIHR. Ourstnek Is replete with everything In the
inucioal line, l'riif to suit the tluift. N, 1'. Cuhtis. & Co.
lerl, iin .( ! l"
i Milit i(u I 'M1 AIH'il'M I l.
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General Agent, Branch Houae Lincoln, Neb.
SHIRE AND HACKNEY HORSES.
THE LARGEST IMPORTER IN THE WEST.
Stock Companies can Purchase Horses Absolutely
on their own time.
Every horse imported registered, and guaranteed a sure foal getter. I buy the best
and do not handle culls. Nor do I have a partner to sit in the corner aud grin and take
half the preiits. I give my customers the beuelitof small protlts and lirst clas stock.
THE BEST CLASS BUYERS BUY FROM MY ESTABLISHMENT.
No horses peddled. Dontrun a lottery, nor drop a nickel in the slot and see what
you get business. Horses of line style, action, bone and pedigree for salo.
Sitf U. U.
FOB. THE WEEK WE WILL SELL
A quantity of MuslinH, ShtH'tings, (ilngliaiiH, Cn
co iititl nil kitult of Dwm (mhmU nt ciWing out
jiiu'ch. Our (iin;ltaii nt fu, tmr hlicctiug nt fie,
tur 1 )ivsh (iikhU, Cliullifx, etc., nt tn
Aro tho Bost you
CALL ON US FOR
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street-
llit - rM hit. Importer, Lincoln, Nebraska.
ovor saw for tho price.
COOD GOODS CHEAP,
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