The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892, June 11, 1891, Image 8
T THE FARMElfe' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN NEB., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 13 L i i i . i I i our. VluflM ! ! ! ! HEADQUARTERS. V7o quote a fow prices: 3 ball Roman candel lc 0 " " 2c 0 " " 5c 15 15c C-7 Docket 1 oz lc 2 oz 2 for 5c Giant Gky Rocket 6c FOR THE LADIES. CURRENT MISCELLANV WOMAN'S SPHERE. FROM t t. Eatraarlag Warns at Today-How Woeaea Shake Haad-4eee Victoria ad Hwm(-XI l Toeog SJtrle Pemlalae Ooeilp. Moralag. Will there reilly laa inornlnR? 1. titer uch tUliiff ll day? Could 1 see It Irom lb mountains It 1 Were at tell M tilt J f IIm It feet like witir-IIIUc? lias It (Mlbcrt like a bird? If It brouubt from fsiitoui countries l wbeb t have aeter beardf Ck. louii srbolnrt Oh, lomi sallorf 4Jb, tome w)m mm Irom Hie ikiiil , Tm to tell ilitl pUirltn -Where lbs plsce called morning liei ! -Kuiily lucklnton. Ttae KniranclBj Womea. One needs only a sllirht experience ta eeneral society to discover that taste has separate necessities in differ ent individual!, and that beauty, wit, Btvle." a gift or licut conversation, tenth of mind, bare ouch their ad- nirerit, a fact that seta the ones on the ouUido of the special circumstance to wondorbg what there can possibly l In the particular womaa to draw." la there a woman who la unlversully entrancing? I there one who cora- snauds worship swift and ent'.ro a worthlD lmimtient of reasoning, that ubralu to no authority but that of in eight? If there Is, we mut naturally con elude that she possesses somethinff that appeals to more than one side of luman nature, ana tnis aoes not mean that she has that diplomacy that in the beglnningls perhaps nothing more than the desire to picate tno many, but which often degenerates into post tire Insincerity, but rather that un onsclou touch upon her kind , that oraes from a rery necessity of her be tas. ' Sorrow and Joy are at tae extremes t humnn experience, and the wo mart who stand at the ventre stretching sympathetic hands toward either Con dition must be the ene who is easen tidily charming. Like Tennyson's Hare- pale M area ret" she stands between the rainbow and the sun." This woman of the sweet confiding aturo, who is thrilled with the do. k'tiW ofllfo, upon whom is flashed all the beauty and grace in nature, and yot who bears about hor evidences that the storms have raged at the Tvry centre of bor eouL and that she has takoo the hand of many a sufferer, to detoond in sympathy to the deepest grave of affliction, is an enchantress. ihe ts tbe one to whom the young come with their enthusiasms and youthful tears and hopes; Indeed, so perennial are the springs of , renewal within her nature that in the passage f the years time seems to have re fused to make its alga upon her. and yet the middle aged and the old reo. ognize In her a Mend ana Helper . To her the knlgbUlncssof the man liest manhood bows and offers protec- 1 tion. Perhaps all men naturally are swtceptlble to appeals to the strength f their arm and to their bravery of soul, and this something in a woman's eyes half revealed, this touch of sad ness, few of the stronger sex are able to resist. Such a woman is beyond the art of the copyist. Spend their efforts as they may in trying to reproduce the fascinating effects, women who envy her aro never able to get a true copy. Sometimes they imngino that the se cret may be found la a tone of the voice, or, again, in n glitnco of the eve. or in the pose of the figure; but in the effort to adapt these to their own personality, they meet failure von before the Qrst trial of their ex periment is made in public But the entrancing woman pays her priee. In a sense, tor her power. The rainbow that is bung in beauty in the sir-fat of the many to delight, chcor. and inspire them, was formed through , the ml.t of her tears, and when the glorious colors fade away, some turn to behold the lonely figure that atands amid the clearing mists. Mary K. Baldwin. We are the acknowl edged Bargain House of the City. Great 25c Store 11240 Street girls," who does not say "Shake: but think it. That hand which ncdlly grasps yours has been edu cated at the pump handle, and its grip forces some of the deepest emo tions from your heart to your Hps. The nature of the emotions will largo-, ly depend (If you are a man) on how you regard the mannUh costume. If you are a woman wen, is nnnue- una to tell how a woman may or mny , not act She cries when she is ex peclectcd to laugh, and laughs when she is expected to cry. Boston Globe. . NBteM la Ulrle. Neatness la a good thing for a girl. and if she does not learn it when she Is young, she never will. It takes a great deal more neatness to make a girl look well than it does to make a dot looi piissable. ot bsoause aooy, to start with, is better looking than a girt, but his clothes are of a different sort, not so many colors in them; and people don't expect a boy to look so pretiy as a girl. A girl that Is not neatly dressed is called a sloven, and no one likes to look at her. Her face may bo pretty, and her eyes bright, but if there is a spot of dirt on nor cheek, and Iter fingers' ends are black with ink, and her shoes are not laced ... -a a or buttoned up, and uer apron is dirty, and her collar is not buttoned, and her skirt is torn, she can not be liked. Learn to bo neat, and when you have learned it. it will almost take care of itson Uirislian at Work., ,' . Haw U Ley a Carpet. Lay the linings on the floor, put ting a small tack here and there to keep them In plucc. Put the carpet on the floor, unrolling It In the di rection in which it is to be laid. Begin to tack it at the end of the room which is the roost irregular. If there be a flre-plaeo or bay-window in the room, fit the carpet around these places first. Use large tacks to hold the carpet temporarily in place; they can be withdrawn when the work is finished. When the carpet is fitted to a place, use small tacks to keep it down. Tack one end of the carpet, stretching it well; then a side, then the other end, and finally the other side. Be careful to keep the lines straight and to have the carpot fit tightly; for if it be loose it will not Only look badly, but will not wear well. Maria Purloa, In The Ladies' Home Journal. , Kate rielil railing. There are fow men and circum stances that self-reliant Miss Kate Field does not feel quite able to cope with and eventually master. Lately at alnrgo public dinner, the occupied a seat In the ladies' gallery, and listened with flattering attention to the post prandial speeches. A favorite orator at length arose, and drifted into auch extended und uninteresting expres sions of hopes, interlarded with reim inlscenses. that his audience grew po litely restive. "I fear he imagines himself again in the Senate Chamber, where one can step out during dull speeches," remarked Miss Field, in calm, loud voice, from her gallery corner, and in one moment a more nervous and pithy talker had taken the floor. Il.w TVetuea Skahe Heeds, Did you ever study the handshakes t women? If you have you must bate observed that they vary even as the female temper varle. Three aiyles, however, are conspicuous by their ulaelmllsrlty and by the cmv titn which they Indicate. Heboid the anient beauty, with ex tended arms, seeming to say: "litre is your heart. hrw it mine, but reely sneantug. Why, my dear Mia, in so gld you've come, jw sweet eoul." (A kl usually 4ibt the uttora ) New the mhu) pair of haads hold swt I Ut ea of tUe eWrarr t may tua (mi like sterner set t toaceiled eaeugh tu interpret u j ' iNir t.twge, I've bwa itlf (!' M'sr la k4 Miff) to s Whr have )oa Ktkt behold ye f rv4cs ) id with a-atariaj at kf etliar'e kueswl. Tttbt'a or au r par lf !. if MM f thrft MM g!u4 19 auMon at ar vv" e4 th atf ks Wat like a hU ' b t t ttJl lhf. ay, sti is otiif a . '.! tt4, avid wV.t'.s she ljf the 4'tMt tt !um I t h JU that she mj Wtke ( wv tk ttwiijiWf vf l e4Ui ; - 4 itV: ! b w!4 fvei.s) a t : t, VHl llr, -waai ealy f -U i-j toritks i4 r'' ' r ff twiaika. b ai!i s ha famlalna flaha. Barbara Allen gowns is the name a clover dressmaker nas given to a creation of her own, that is no more nor less Hum the long-tailed basque, mude to bo worn with a plain skirt. This basque has the full, all-around cont-tults but U exaggeratedly short in the waist, and from the low-cut throat and ieg-o'-rautton sleeve wrist turn back deep-polnted lace cuffs. Mrs. Henry V. (rrady, widow of the famous Southern editor, makes oe- caslonul visits to New York, where bho Is the recipient of Innumerable and graceful hospitalities extended by memwer of the large Southern colony in the .Northern city. Dinners, luncheons, breakfasts, flowers, drives. and uncountable callers are among tbe complimauts and hospitalities showered upon the widow. kits. Jefferson imvls, who Tor so long a time has lain 111 and helpless at a New York hotel, Is another Soutbern woman never forgotten by her countrymen and women in the big city. Uer daughter, Winnie, is ul ways her devoted nure and com pan- iun. end for her motber'i sake has al- mol entirely retired from the world. it amumeat and pleasat tempt. ttotts hold oat to her by friends and admlivr. Tu the home cf aa eeretttrk ana cultivated hpttnlsh couple ret-eatly eaaie aa eighth small son, who a a was a blltwr dWapH!atment to tUe Btotbar for more than one reaon. hha wihv4 a daughter, and shealw fouad that the ditrbullon of mltut.le nam aiwng her seven other bionmiiig sons tud thad.a.d iar supply of eiipbwa lou mast'Uilae iplaikn. 1 tae hurry a ad iUmmt tf baflUas, Maria Msnedea war t txnt kaio hi pat-vals roald ealfe tor hlia. Mrs, llslea ( empbe'.l. whiaiw liter, ary and Hitathrpiii laars have wua bar inepy auuttrar and grval f. Uvea durlag the wiur la a tbarniiaty drtd New Vwk apart feat, aa4 la tae aawir fcits ttt ! twui eus( at Has N, J, la kr t hMue she ft! grvtl prIJ. far by her t aad t riaur did wla lata. We excel all in GLASSWARE for one-half the money The Great 25c Store, 1124 0 Street Lancaster County Teacher's Institute. Fifteenth session of tbe Lancaster Couutr. Nebraika, Teacher's Initltute will be new June IMS toJutr bJ. WI- Keular daily eision. S a. m. to IS m., at the County Super intendent's office. Linoola, Xeb. Imtructors: E W.Hunt, A. 1'nlverslty ofNebraaks: KnHsh. Miss Belle Thomas. Stale Normal School I Primary Methods and BchoolIKoonomy. Prof. J. A. Brattle, Cotaer University: Mathematics. Etc. Prof. E. D. Harris. Cotner University s Book keeping Eto. It will be necessary for those Intending to teach, te be present during the entire Insti tute, to receive the full benefit of tbe session. as ao one Instructor will be present during tbe whole time. Comparye's Lectures on Teaching wl'.l be the basis of our examination In theory. F. I). McCLl 8KV. County Superintendent Pub. Instruction. Independent Rally, An Independent rally will be held at Har ribura-,.Keb., on Saturday (13(h) of June un der tht auipleees of Osnner County Allianoe. McetlDgtobebcId In tbe grove two miles south-west of town, and at court beuse at night. Senator J. K. Stevens will be present to address tbs people, and several other able speakers bsve been Invited to be present and are expected. Everybody Is cordially invited. Let all turnout and hear the truth and there by refresh themselves and bare a grand boll. day. All apenkers notifying ui will be met at Kimball with oonveyanoes for this place. E. M, Whits. See. Banner Co. Alliance. An Elephant Presented to the tiovern- - i, ment. The National Zoological Garden In Wash ington is Still in Its Infaao. Its Interest and attractiveness bST been largely Increased by the generous gift of Mr. James B, Cooper, the owner of the Adam Forerangb shows. It It not every man, not even the rich poten tates of the East, who can give away Ele phants. It has remained for Mr. Cooper to present to the government a splendid speci men of the Asiatic elepbant. Tbe animal Is known by tbe name ef Dunk, Is about twenty live yesrs of age, weighs nearly four tons. and is over elubt feet In height. Tbe presen tatlon teok place on the afternoon of April 10, and was made In the large menagerie can vass in the presenoe ot several noted publlo officials and members of tbe press. Mr. James E. Cooper, in delivering the ele phant, stated that be trusted the gift wojild prove a stlmulous in inducing congress to give needed aid to what should be a most useful Institution for the Instruction at wee He students and scientiets, He spoke of the benefits which zoological gardens abroad af forded to artists and those studying com parative anatomy. Dr. Frank linker, the superintendent of tbe park, expressed the thanks of tbe govern ment for tbe magnificent gift, and said It was of such a character as to be a most valuable addition to tbe park. He banded to Mr, Cooper a letter from Prof. 8. P. I.tngler. ol the Smithsonian Institute, in which tho thanks of the regents was warmly expressed. Dunk was then esoorted to his new home. Upon one side marched his neighbor, Brazil, while Gold Dust wai chained to the other. On reaching the park his old keeper bade blm good-bye. Manager J.T. MoCadden, as soon a ha aaw that tbe national elephant was showing lonesonuness, ordered that Gold Dust be allowed to remain and keep him com pany for a few weeks. Mr. Cooper is to-day ;the oldest showman In activo business. He Is a native of. and re sides in, Philadelphia. For thirty-live years he has been a proprietor of elreusses, and many of the improvement! In this particular sphere ot amusement world have been due to his energy. In presenting such a valuable gift at this time he has fairly earned the repu tation as a public benefootor. If other men who have It In their power to do so will nrouintlv follow his example It will not be long before the National Zoological Garden will become worthy of the government anil the country . Leilles Ills. Newa. The Great j CENT STORE 1124 O Street. Martin Bohlig. Ladies Hats and Millinery for ONE HALF the price jou con buy elsewhere. We quote prices as follows: 810.00 hat for I j.OO 13.00 hat for 82.50 12.50 hat for $1.33 and al! other goodi in proportion. The Creat 25 Cent Store, 1124 O Street. Wo handle goods com- . . , A bin priseoounrert) j assware queCnsware, irom lc to Vog Nothing over a quarter. The Great 25c Store, 1124 O Street. ladies and gents furnish ing goods, lamps, novel ties, baskets and thous ands ot other articles. Great 25c Store, 1124 O Street. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO. O " .- 1 " -w R. O CD AppointmenU of State Lecturer. Bro. O.Hull, State Lecturer, sends notice of the following appointment. OSeeri of County Alllaooes are urged to arrange their county meeting! to correspond with these dates. All members whosan are renu sited to be present; inline County, Western, June 1Mb, Franklin " Maoon, erpy Polk Fillmore Clay Adams ' Kearney Phelps Gosper Frontier South Lincoln Perkins Chase . Hsyes Hltohoook Bed Willow Furnai Harlan Franklin Webiter Nuokolls Thayer 2uth. July lit. Stromlburg " 4tU. County July 14. Id. .'. Dr. A. P. Burrus, O CD Center Crank Stationary and Traction Engines. Bend for Catalogue. - Quo- STATES General Ageiu, arancn xiqubb muwui, Do you want to buy Dry Goodsf Do you pay casM If so we want your trade. We sell for cash, and we guarantee to sell to every one at the same low price. If you buy from us and are not pleased with your purchase when you get home you can return it ana get your , money. Give us a trial and we think we will both please you 1 and save you money. , Very respectftilly, r MILLEK&FAUNE. Lincoln, Neb. 133 tol39 South 11th St. 21. 1. " tit- 85. M 27. " r. " 81. August 3. - 4. " 8. " e. ' i. " a. Lcese & Stewart, 28V S. 11th St. For Exchange. Stock of general merchandise In country town. - Eitabllthed trade. Invoice ahout 16,300. Want improved farm. , Address, 4Mt T30 North l-'th St, Lincoln, Neb. In Get the Best. School toaohers and officers should see that their schools hare the best supplies everv department. See Wia.HTKH's Ixtfmxatkau dictionary ac lateit and molt complete In the world, Claion Fletcher, Lincoln. Neb the leading boleiale and retail book and stationery home of Nebraika have this famous work on hand, also a full line of all kinds of school and college text books and school supplies. Call on them at IIS0O street, or write for anything Jou need In their line. M it Notice Tbe nest regular meeting of the Franklin County ranter' Alliance will be held at Macon, Mar the center of the county, on Saturday, June SWb. tit at 10 o'eiork Aa openlmiwtlngof the County Ailtane Is eontemplated In tbe a ft ermine and State Lecturer Hull Is .leveled to b. preaeut. tvery Allianee In the eoualy should be rep reerittta. Jos IH tsa, re. lu AlUanca, OIJ Oettlets Pie Hie. Tbe eUl KHiien f Laaeaalef eeualy wiil but4 their annual aloais at Cuabmaa Para. JiiaeH. Every budy ks lavttee. By ttvder ot fata a It lee. Appeintmenta ef Aaauitant i tutef. Btaie Le- !! i, l s - 1 V-J Jtu'Si)- trfg tnft II r,wtiaf I tout meHrr 'ftisl tf it mi k.f H. P. Ptatt, aaetsiaat stale leeturer sea-le us iuw Ike fMtteg syrattt w.atat 4ftin et Atttanees art Sf4 m-apm laatakiMiaea aMratiag awMwaaTitl. I eg a ait laa tiaw of bmg la-lw are m taM4 al Iheu fieeeeave sad auiaiw mM4, County Secretaries will notify me at onee where meeting will beheld In the various counties. O. Hull, Greenwood, Neb. 8aunders County will Celebrate. KenreseatatlveGaffinof Colon.Saunders Co. writes us that they will celebrate at Wahoo on July 4th. A b 0 foot flag pole will be raised urmounted with a 20 foot flag, Miss Eva McDonald of Minnesota, Asst. Lecturer of the National Alliance, will ipeak, and other able orators will be announced later. A pleasant time ii aasurcd all who at tend. . , Notice. The Lancaster Ctunty Alliance will meet In K. of L. ball on Friday, June, IS at w o cioca p. m., adjourned from the 5th Inst, on account of rain. The Alliances of Lancaster county ahmiU ana that their delcirates attend this nweting. - 0. Hcm- Pres. W , W, Kbrlih. See. Basket Pic-Nine. Highland Alliance No. 1TT4 will bold a baa- ket plo-nlo In Park Bro s grove, one-nan mile north of Berk's Station, and Sve and one half milea north-east of Crete, on Batur- day. June 8Mb, 1L Good speakers will be .n attendance. Mush, will be furnished by the r rtrum Cnrna. Lemonade free. ' A cor dial Invitation Is extend! to all.' G. C. Nobls, Ch'ut Committee, Tbe Leonard Stock Farm. The Standard bred Stallion, H. Z. Leonard 1744, will mako the seaaon of Wl at his own- farm. S miles northwest or unooin on c P. H.IK,, ne bUle north of county poor farm. This is a large horse of his ciasa. average weight t.W. having a trotting record .1 l;aj, belag the only stallioa In Lancaiter county known to me as having a standard trotting recard. Terms to responsible parties is w by insurauoa, payable when mares are known to be la foal, grangers or parties uukhowm b me. eaah at time of service or they must brine tellers of luirouuinoa irom pamve kna.a to m al reepumlbie. Will be al Waller tiubanae'e barn weal sine of market eousr. Frway amt aiumar eat hveek, balance ef time at heme, vat Apply to I. N, l rum A an. p. X kWs ist. Uaaus, Heft. Propr. Afsnta Wantsi. Men aa4 Wemest, to Sell the Fortllolte ef Life, Ike WMeet sad most wdeHw. war t lka, Iadip.aaiwe w e mmm. Liberal. Adraar apviy eaiera memmn era' Ai.ii4is. 1 200 O Ot. Makes Fine Gold Crowns and Fine Gold Filings a Specialty. He has a very superior quality o4 artificial teeth. No shoddy work. 43tf R.S.NEIR, Druggist & Pharmacist 4tf 118 South toth St. A full and complete line of Drugs, Patent Sleutotnes. rouoi Aruoiei aua Perfumery. Choice Cigars a Specialty. The trade of the farming fraternity is respectiuiiy soncueu. iou GaTT apd Gcc T1c, II Krarpe and dear money (hard monej) making cheap labor, yrnjfm alavery, ratlrng prleee, ouslne paralyal and enforced idle- neiia, aoHuiing in vuiumu monev obligation (bond and mortgagee) creating land lord lyateaa. A Treatise on sioNcr, Money and Finance BAKER. . IOWA. lit Largo Cloeety printed pa gee, Large Iff oa Uue book paper. heartllv reeeomend the 'Men Mo nopoly' to all oho aouid form a deflnlie ua deretaoding of the XV flnancka) plank of out Order, aa it la wlthant eteeptloa the boat eapuelliun of that p n it aaa aeon our gooq Ion ii lie to see. Wnnilerfully eleat and timii- ii the platform and in the BMombt raia. The Xouey Monopoly is ba-.nraluatiteenihe platform bonk which a labor refot moreboutd be irh l a . Jaa. t lorea of the I. a.. luV.lll.ll IbMU 1.1 w ni ikli: 1 h4ver4a-ithirat ear. Ike' hftM out. joureaj 01 r wi .. rui , i t'ni. Jaa Haroer. iae via war er Moaopoiir ; Mfcta I IVilas Ma4it Ptefi Aate-ope i'wuaiy H-..S '.' Qwr 1 pwtte " K tt. " -K ) a. j t. 1 A abkU'et aswIag-eewaH. ts4 by tbe tretlt f HgaaUa4 NiWiag t el s i Oris la t)t tp sr taiJt Mis at vr i sit vi abiwat mm bvye, 4ie'raf4, taiber to her S WtUhaaetit, that aou th faihUM kbls aaJ elUty h i-ea-tHue4 this particular rbspter at tbe its'iw ii etv but eiiudl hw e.'. n't a!i-'i vUt4 a4 04 as t A we eseks sa aotie was p e4 is M.mi Kiitiea if Ike Anaaca)4 laase Suaawet, We sate w Mnc-t s asmMa epi a4 W ks a ar bae mm. It bwaawae pM hwt. a moot than ttVe weed -titeM' sad It Is Iae aatet ml SMt VMM .at. T pHeoeeta, stseieWK . ft k4 eaaein iatTeiaie4 a;ss. AMreea. Atstssva rte. e ,,ei. . . Ikbssetstfsi. A Pvatrte bWgS Welt. A Wjqmtnf a has setl'eC tht S,atha el ho tbe prairie !. uU Ula Ihe watoy they dries. M et they tXt their ova 4!. eah vi'.'s having one stub a tncka aawileij. II Mi he hiuiws tl eotel t4 th otla. front M K o wv eeviv n iistla a ctnmtar etatrway l-4 uf lwa b tbe aewr. I t : hn51al. , b.itM to beeaag ie taut bs 4 m tmUtt eaw leetrfM f t mil -t lw omm4 i Mha, auk a U 44 4ttfti HWt aa ai biMia .! it. fuitet m ul akJ , .a-s ewee ri t I itm I wut, at I ta i kunJrv.1 el viueea imm " a et tae aa Ike IIM great "Stlnas Soar, Traaiaurtailoa aad Land, its full I eiavt as tu give Ike lull lereo ef Ike e wilhireat ear. lke"hM d it all tkrauah ike laat eatapaiBH and eaa ear Ikat far praebeai Ue It I Ihe beat hue B lapHM, i ..... irvAtiimni or . B.if'i. r atruee.enuw lo a la maalerly, and Ike iBte) sunoerl of Ihe eul.lne byeitraoi tn kun4rv.ll ef Vnlumea lr le tea et la at Moar III tlhll iarii taauaiueaavef puma tae at gtiaieat, bal piaia tvibia aa-i :;.teetigla L, fun i bmu u bill lit hat reeding aaauiiea m eei. Ta Ike pueUerah. tr aad tniw urn enoloeia fc" pi Im. llaaura-iM un4l. II W b Ufi ao a artewt ereje, hut a pea te ta. iwitfiaeet aa4 iae m leae. Ii a saa4 aueai a htghee elelilaa. ttwa, a puree t immwi, n kt Ike ef fair. ! mia-ta, M aett-d wtka tiMNiwf lfuM ial Mdbe lTlVe4 ! sad Sir. psppee feSd W Ihe wied laa lu4 M Vad ike bead tte aeaaed It. ' J- naa. ' oiteiiaUreHi ta the kef ; tla at .. e4 we ta ewptas. m, Isiva bt. I. teAeS. a, Vas We a.-. elee wf hwb I aaawiaa ike f mMmtfy w n litiw, ni iv i'" I The bla ilty aeeeb?t eeaees SF Me). N CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA CAPITAL, $300,000. 45tf C, IV. MOSHER, President. H.J. WALSH, ice-rresment. B.C. OUTCALT, Cashier. W. MAXWELL, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. . W. HOLMES. C. PHILLIPS, 1). E.THOMSPOX. E. P. HAMEK. A. P. S. STUART. ACCOCNTS SOLICITED. irni C. V. MOSHER. C. E. YATES. ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY. Flour 80 cents per sack. Garden seeds, all kinds seed of excellent quality. Field twas etc. in bulk, ox., tb. or bushel. Oats and corn fur White beans, little navy and French, by the bu. f. ata te eaal bs tkM MM at la Ik. '.. Si.e,. , la arSK et Ua kaa leswesflu ye la. bM diaiarSaieaaV dioMiee .. . , tilu wvaiieeg aweiHeari eake la ta. nat aM I'WMll. and e)i bt t I a4M I wut. Ml Ma P t.. w ike ak eai it , I. r-H, at ike aot uu wl lite -r av la ettf !, ea. t ae..i eo.aif . Meeaa K ea at ei.s imiwi tee i-ai aweUW (MS Mafl 4-fat (SteV i4 Ui SM aai lie Ns bB eM l. la , e4V . k af of Uaa. 1MM liMtaif HweM, n.' asi ba- ik ear of ag A U ' .. kalvt'.t,W, J. H, al. Mart it. real eat ate aal itoaas, altiaiaa. aourf, WiMuitry bhft a, a.ijuiaia Aiaaee hea Maners ereaf lUevanlit aa4 at asreele. (Irauulaled stijfar per aumlrvd. . . -W M Ksira et'tfee .... V ' " " .... Heat package ceffee per lb 9 t ine Hlo green " 34 to at Java Itroken per lb Japan tea sittings pet lb " fair " .......... " Unty " .......... " " elr H Syrup, tail quality tat at, palls Crown J.well, luu 4 gal keg t 8.rihau. I gl. pai.s. X. tt. biuUmms in lias per !..,. . A pure iraaulateU siifstr sjrup la ml cans,,,.. Wsguers Ituualii. ll pr t'aaa.4 rwa per l t laaawt black trtUai per eaa.,,,. " peat-bee " ".... Kitoer I Uke hoas'iay. per lb. t , . , , , t era ' " .. 1 h.l, ....... Vt bite beans " ...... rUklag eiela. lUblwtli M .... .. I.Mlup i kiwaeya. petlUta . . Has pimad lat.ig powtlef au.t Wtnui pair ol ettvnrs for reuu at etaae suisi bow L creamer aa l pwt.twtt butter Una euewate, alu UIHIMa f M) ad 4S- liti e.aee . vea M a tiiea aad e.aiia BVM new M-lS-e. 'r al eg wew a-e. lH..e aad ti1t !'!'.'?,, 4 80 n ao HO 40 VN) ou M 84 10 10 It 4 k a 'J n i U 80 II, n DRIED FRUITS. IV jfornia Peaches. California grapes per lh..., Kaslus per lb. la lots of 30 to 100 pound lots.,,.,,,,,,,,.,, , California appricots per lb. . lUted appliid, Michigan per lb. . , " " l'.vaHrated.,,, Hire, t to ?cts per lb. LAUNDRY IOAP. Prairie IUim per ef UW hers. . I ft rurbaaks stamlanl 90 hilver t loud. all banks, aattie as Itory, per rae. It Ml or ru per cake. A has 1'a.tUe soap lb. bars, only tt rents per bar, ttioally retails at II W thta weea I receive a earlovl I " Pic NW dutir. tae bet la sb. al It 10 iwr sack. till Wn paiatel wire per tot lb,.., lirrniau tUt lei bu , tte4 t uner " timothy M (Wat i.4i rtie , v ia aa-l 1 1 at reals pwr potaa!. Alt prices eut'jat'i t rkaage without aultew lill t las I VI I n itteit one lb. eaktag fcvwdvr. t sbiaa Kiukeraaita swat putiisf lot,. v The bal Stwinj MW l HSUU Umti illlitCI f or lia raai futor). A rod one liS luMjr wfinltd. Our IntM pWM aitj for awrnUn f AlUsrtce twly, WiUo tta M anj iHtng yoti iat, t tt ue, V w UAKTlEVi Statt A?at. Cash t4avrny U ordtn, 4H idncoitt, Nb.