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THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, XEB., THURSDAY, 3IAY 7, 1891.
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YOUR INTEREST LIES THIS WAY.
Tlxuiday nv:a.y T, 1891. We will be Open Thursday 3VEa,y V, 1891.
T don't know why the court has ordered me to Lincoln to sell out this elegant stock of line custom made Boots and shoes,
the finest ever made, the best ever shown, and to le sold at the lowest price ever asked. But here lam, by order of the court,
and here I must remain until I dispose of at least $20,000 of this stock.
n nnril nnrill nil TlllinOnMV MAV 7 lOni e "ill lu our tbnn to the public, ami 1 am glad to say met 1 iiugui- """"'"" u-i . .- ,tWv
fl?Ff flPtll. OPEN UN T UnSUAl MAY 7l 03 to unit tli immt fitiiluiM of iLiiuii Imntc-im an.l m.c-1. RiiiiiiH, weU yti have never "een or Wl of tLe like. ) our city dealers e.tlier sell
UfLill UlLllJ Ul Llll Ull IllUIIVUfll ArJ' V(.- T pun rrjv-p von the finest uu'ilitv the largest asw.rtiwnt, the Litest tvK at far legs than the cost of material Ix-tone made up, and 1
i iiw titv rtfocm ttutT. wear. ruv. i van irie vmi me iiuut -' i v ........ .
you sihhKiv snhi, . w rv - - :r " ' " b ' " , . - VH 1 1, 1 ' t W.1. T w;n tt. v. why. One of the largest eastern shoe houses having failed to meet its oldi-
J. t. UnUUCli, RECEIVER.
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- Tt invthin? vou have ever heart
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lit of the finest oualitv of foot wear sold for what it will bring, hence tins ureat imeer
7T1I IS TUKbAV. DONT FORGET TI1K PLACE, NO. 1016 0 STREET.
Proceedings of Polk County Alliance.
Osceola, Xeb., May 4th, 1MU.
Editor Alliance: The county Al
liance met iu regular teuton last Satur
day, but very unexpectedly to many,
when the time came (or the meeting to
open, Hon. O. M. Kern, congrcKsmau
elect from the 84 district, appeared in
company with other. The programme
wai changed to auit the new state of af
fair, and the meeting wa declared to
be an open session to accomodate towns
people and others not members of the
It was a surprise to Bro. Kern as well
as others. He had not the least Idea
that he would be called on to make a
speech, and further was not aware of
iU being the day the county Alliauce
held their meeting. He spoke for over
an hour and a half on the political sit
uation of the day, of the great combina
tion that would likely appear at the fall
election, of the money power against
the people, and that the machinery was
already at wark prepariug for the great
conlllct of M.
What a glorious jubilee the people of
Nebraska will have when they will have
the opportunity of electing six represent
atives Instead of three, all built after
the same pattern of O. M. Kein.
The audience was then dismissed and
the Alliance was couducted lu secret
onion. A nortion of time was occu
pied in selecting a delegate to attend the
Cincinnati! coalertnce, wnicn resuuea
in the election of Bro. II. U. UnUn, his
expenses being borne by the county Al
liance. The next move was to make
arrangements for celebrating the 4th of
, July. We concluded the old parties had
controled this part of the people's busi
ness about long enough. We now pro
posed that the people should rule and
lead in this matter and not the minister
ial agents of the money power. The
business is now in charge of the Inde
pendents, and the day will be celebrated
as it was in 1776 before parties existed.
A committeeman from each Sub-Alliance
In the county will meet in three weeks
to make all necessary arrangements for
the day. We want the best speaker the
country affords to preach to us gospel
truths of pure government. .
Let every county in the state do like
w he and the battle is half fought for
county electing this fall. Many are
feint-hearted and do not know how to
act or cast their ballots but after see
ing the determination of the people,
massing themselves together by thou
sands in one commou cau.se, battling
forUod and humanity, they will no long
er doubt but cast their ballots on the
Lord's side. Yours for victory,
C. D. Stonk, Secretary,
Leese & Stewart, 231 S. 11th St.'
The best seed potatoes. Early Ohio,
harly lloso, Beauty ot Hebron, i
per bushel. Also a lot of Alexandria
Prolific, a new variety at 11. AO. Sold
nowhere for less than $2.00. Cash
with all orders.
20 pounds Granulated sugar tl.
Choice Wisconsin potatees, per. bu.,
Salt Lake potatoes 11.8."),
A good Flour, 11.23.
Gem Flour $1.30.
Golden Crown Flour $1.50.
Victor Flour, $1.50. '
21b. can blackberries, 10c.
Bib can of Tomatoes 9c.
Sib. can of Tears lu heavy syrup 20c.
A special bargain in early June Teas
15c. worth 18c.
Can Apples, 10c. '
Nine bars srood soap 23c. This is a i
good soap, per box, $a,00.
Six bars W. 11. soap, 23c.
31b. can California Tears, 23c,
Quaker oats, 10c.
Hulled oats, 4c.
Three packages hominy; 2c, per
Soda or oyster crackers per lb, 5c.
Best Navy beans, 5c.
Our store on Wednesday April 15th in the
COFFMAN BLOCK, O ST.,
with a complet line of
Druggist & Pharmacist
118 South 10th St.
full n1 complflto line of Drugs. Patent
Mi-iti ne. Toilet Articlomnd
Choice '. Cigars a Specialty.
The trade of the fanning fraternity is
respectfully solicited. 4Hf
Calf apd Gcc T1c-
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wo are here to stay and intend
to get your trade if low prices
will bring you. Call and exam
ine our stock and prices. J4t
THE HORSE SHOER.
General Blackitinltblng- and repairing.
Guarantee to Stop Interfering or Monty
guarantee to stop Thrush in horses
feet without extra charge.
We will sell during the week the best
fttoca and Java coffee at 80c per lb.
We are making special prices on teas
this week. 46 m
Our 60c Jap is the best In the city.
Why not raise chickens that weish
something when grown? Try a setting
of my Light Brahmas and see how much
better they pay than the mongrel breeds
Write for prices, J. P. Hendry 133 S 10th
street iaeoin, isen.
Early Rose potatoes $1.25 per bushel
45t3 Alliance State Aokmcv.
Cor. 11th and M St. Lincoln.
C. M. Le teuton has disposed ot his cat
tle, platted his farm into lots and blocks
1.1 .! !. 1 . 11 !..! 1..- 1
in vuncimii aim (riviu ms at
tention to selling the valuable lots, and
his fine stock of stationery, blank hooks
ISoap, perfumery, etc. When in want
of anything in his line call and see him
at 143 south 13th street. 4ULf.
Attention is called to the card of the
American Exchange bank in this issue
lhU institution will be found safe and
reliable. They receive the accouuts of
banks, bankers, corporations, firms and
individuals. They have every facility
for handling your business. They are
prepared to give you every accomoUa
ilon in the way of collections, in furn
ishing exchange, in discounting notes,
in loaning you money st the lowest cut-
rent rabw. Pratt or letters of credit
issued, available in all part ot the
warM. They will endeavor to extend
every courtesy and ammHlatiin. The
pay iotnt oa lime tiipo,u,
are I beat.
CASH AND ONE PRICE TO ALL
KILPATRICK-KOCH M GOODS COME
Leopold Barr, Jeweler.
Thft farmers of Lancaster county are cordial
ivinvitad to call on me in mv new Quarters,
1136 O street, where I will take pleasure in
HrinTrHnfi- thorn mv handsome line of iewelry,
watches, clocks, etc., which I offer to members
ortne Alliance ai aiscouiib rauoo. aujuuubw
repairing at low rates. Respectfully,
M0UU1LL, 2045 0 ST
Cast rating instrume n ts
for sale, ecrasures. hob
bles and knives. Will go
te any state to castrate a
of ridgling horses and to spav a
herd of 50 or more heifers. Instructions
given in castrating and spaying all stock
even to cmckens.
$."0O challenge circular sent free.
J. W. Zikulek, Butler, Dekalb Co..
Box 240. 44-4t Indiana.
SPRING EDITION GENERAL CATALOGUE
Everything You Use or Wear Now Ready.
We will mail a conv free to all our customers. From others we ask six
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cents to pay postage. Send that amount with your request ior a copy, as
we furnish the book free you ought to be willing to pay postage to get it.
You cannot afford to be without it. Even if you don't send orders to us, it
will save you money as a guide to prices you should pay at home.
"THE MONEY SAVERS FOR THE PEOPLE,"
H. R. EAGLE, & CO.
68 Waba sh Av., Chicago, in.
' Seed Oats lor Sale.
American Banner seed oats. Fi
rge, plump grain that yielded fo
islmls to the acre last year in
drouth stricken district where our
neighliors secured but eight to twenty
bushels, weight as to l los per hush
el. 80 cts. per bu. f. o. b. cars at Lin
coln. Samples may be seen at Axu-
ANCKOUloe. (JIIKLK8 A. 11ANNA,
110 South 10th St. Lincoln, Neb.
1043 O Street,
Webster 8c Rogers,
DRY GOODS CO.
Sit Muuth 10th Htroet
IARR SOAP '-.WORKS,
HARD WATER COCOA.
MEDICATED TAR. 44tf
home factory, none better in tne world
Thev have no equal.
Dr. A. P. Burrus,
J208 O St.
Makes Fine Cold Crowns and Fine
Gold Filings a Specialty.
Ho has a very superior quality o4
artiticial teeth. No shoddy work. 43tf
The Garrett Picket &. Wire Fence Machine
Wiutt to the noxlii. A nnl
vef-Hal favorite. ThiBd
In uae. 0rM4.1-'n-i!lH
rid. Agenia are rf-port-ii
K big Hales. Murhinni,
Wire, etc, at wholeiwle
(llrert Irom lai-tvry to
Farmers hen I hs nu
agent. Catalogs. free. Ad
dress tue oiauuiacturer.
S. H.. GARRETT. MANSFIELD. OHIO
103 O Street, Lincoln.
The most conveniently situated store in the
We Sell you Goods Cheaper than
Any House in the State.
When you visit Lincoln call on us.
Out of town Orders Carefully and Promptly
ALD DRY GOODS CO
142 3ST. lltli Street.
What Calhoun Saya.
Lincoln. Neb.. Aui. 23. lw.
Kuraka Kheumatlc Heuiinly Co.,
J have rieen relieved twu from e
vera attack ot Kbuematmra by the uae
of Kureka Kheumatlc Kenwly, fK U;ed of excellent tiuality
had no trouble tinc the lat attack,
about three year ago.
J. V, t ALIIOl'M.
Kditor Lincoln Weekly Herald.
t or tale by lrtiffirtU. r.'niiy
ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY,
Specials for one week only.
fijrdcn ced. all kinds in bulk. 01.. lb. or bushel.
White beans, little navy and
Field peas etc,
Oats and corn for
French, by the bu.
Apptwntaietu of Aui.um Bute Let
Hrothtrh I". rratt, auUtanl tte
lecturer mimI u nt'tlre of the Mtawin
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ARDY & PITCHER
One of the Largest Stores in the State.
We arc always glad to show goods and give prices
and would be pleased lo have you call when in the
WE ISSUE A CATALOGUE
Which will he forwarded on application.
HARDY & PITCHER.
800, 811. 813 S. 11th St.
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