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THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB.. THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1801.
THE JUDICIAL FIUHT IN THE 14TH
Judge J. E. Cochrsn, cf McCook. Xeb..
i scheming to capture toe independent
nomination for District Judge in the 14th
Judicial District. Judge Cochran when
first appointed Judge, at the time thii
district tu created, was the partner of
W. S. Morian the salaried B. & M. nil
road attorney of western Nebraska and
an ail round fine worker. Afterwards
when elected at the republican candi
date, in 187. hi nomination and elec
tion were secured by and through the
same influence. The Judge fought con
gressman McKeighan bitterly last fall,
and now claims to be a republican and
nothing else, and is being pushed upon
the farmers by W. S. Morlan, J. P.
Lindsay of the McCook Land Office, as
sisted by Judge LeHew of McCook. the
Boyd democratic striker of this district,
and tVeir lieutenants s-jattered over the
district. The Judge's recent pretended
affection for (he fanners is only part
and parcel of the scheme.
Farmers, do you realize that it not on
ly means putting an enemy in the shape
of an unrepentant republican upon the
bench, but it also aims to create dissen
sion in the independent ranks, divide
the independent rote, and secure a demo-
republican state senator and two or
three representatives in !$, and this
yon can not afford. Don't be hornswog
gied in the 14tb district.
VIOLATED THEIR H0X0B AXD SOLD
"No 40 of 'Confidential memoran
dum,' which contains a list of individ
uals who have violated railroad passes,
has just been issued. The railroad ofli
cials will not divulge the name of the
compiler or publisher of this unique
monthly, which is circulated secretly
among them. The present Dumber
comprises nineteen pages devoted to in
dividuals and seyen to minor newxpa
pers. Among the individual delinquents
are ministers and national, state and lo
cal ollicials who are charged with having
Hold, loaned, altered, extended and even
forged passes and special and editorial
trip and mileage tickets."
We find the above in the press dis
patches. It gives a graphie view of the
demoralization of the pass business, and
the extent of it. Think of nineteen
pages of names of persons and papers
who have in tome way violated their
honor and defrauded a railroad com
pany which bad favored them with a
pats. The fact is, that every man who
receives a pass knows that be Is a parti
cipator in a fraud upon the community,
and be has only to stretch his conscience
a little further to consent to become a
swindler of the company.
tW Honest John Bardsley is not the
first republican official of unimpeach
able morality, great prominence and
hosts of friends, who has been con
demned to wear striped clothing and
close clipped hair. And if Justice pre
vails be will not be the last.
tW" Says the York lndeptndtn t: "Joe
Edgerton is the man we want for Su
preme Judge. It makes no difference
what others think of him, and bow much
tbey minify bis virtues; he is the right
man in the right place "
tar Alliance candidates are being
trotted out by scheming politicians out
side of the Alliance, for the purpose of
dividing the independent forces. Look
out for these schemes, and don't let
yourselves be made the tools of the old
tJTlhe republican state committee
met at Lincoln last Wednesday, to ad
minister upon the republican estate, the
party having died intestate. Chairman
Johnny Watson and Secretary Walt
Seeley got the assets, and the dear peo
ple pot the liability. The principal of
the latter is the liability of the remains
to be buried next November.
This government uses for money paper
that has no special value, gold that has
a marketable value nearly equal to the
amount stamped on its face, silver that
has a selling value of three-fourths of its
use as money and copper that is worth
but seven cents on the dollar, and they
all go at par and we are glad to get them.
Hamilton Co. Rtu'isler.
jy Some gentlemen who are inde
pendents "this fall,'' for what there is
in it. and don't know what party they
may be in next fall, proposed to join the
Citizens' Alliance. But when they saw
the pledge they were required to take,
and that it Involved a promise not to
support any candidate of either of the
old parties, they weakened. It was too
strong meat for them; and they went off
and organized a private league of their
own. beginning no where, and ending
in a squirrel track and running up a tree.
But they deiined themselves. They are
independents for policy and office, and
are orgnnuid fur work.
Selling grain is as much a science as
growing grain, a od farmers should be
potted on the point. As scion as wheat
Is ripe farmers haul the surplus of old
w brat to U grain sun or mills. This
is generally bought at the price of new
worst. It Is this old wheat thus ob
tained that Is ground or shipped to di
Utt t!ai, snd upon which the taot
tnoasf U made. Mills da not grind w
best until about CM. l and new wheat
la unci fur foreign shipment nnlU It has
gone threugh the sweat laruwr can
rtaca a kwtur price M this old grain If
ity will h iheetett thsetaey f,rn
1 he same ran le said of eld corn,
srtrruft teat IU el rn Mr
f4 i the grata ts a soon a new
era tan (!. Is amount Is wM
mU eH Jf tike the rat
was lH rurs do not app'y, IM
of ! a d time ) 1 1 lite vvt
Wi M Uir vtsi ,Nr wf tan
ns be 4 Ud'aai wri wstU
ttiUr vr MUrvb l futtg ttr
it l itis lane I u.vo 1 .t vrn
n ks giaie bv f ')! f i at
1st) fe-f rs tr wo, are M
lali I kfc i-tai a wu a ? k tr.r
I saw lUnu.
J. T. If. SWIG ART, EDITOR.
This Drpartineat will t edited for tbs t a
til of Mutual Icsuraac Companies urwura
cut Ut gut.
We hear of cyclones and tornadoes
almost every week, and have bo assur
ance that it will not be our torn next,
and as all prudent men want to be In
sured in a good company, why not or
ganize a company of your own covering
a large territory, and with I.W.OOO or
1300,000 worth of property insured at
the start, would give us a start that
would insure success and conlidence to
even the most incredulous, and by Jan.
1, we could have f 1,000,000, if the
proper amount of work was done. I am
in receipt of letters from all parts of the
state relating to insurance, and all are
wanting a cyclone company, but many
want to wait until It is started. If all
were so inclined at least a quarter of a
million would be taken from our state
this year, but I assure you that all are
not built that way. N. O. Albert volun
teered to solicit in his neighborhood,
and wrote me to send him some contin
gent applications. Yesterday be re
turned a batch of applications with
7,810. Others are sending in applica
tions, and report that after hat-vent they
can speed a little time in the work, and
by almost every letter I am asked for
manner 01 procedure in tne organiza
tion of a county company to insure
against fire and lightning. I have told
so often in these columns lately bow we
are doing in this county, and will not
repeat it just now. Please look up back
numbers of The Faemeks' Alliance.
I am told that old companies are now
offering insurance at one per cent.
None of our good men will accept in
surance at any price, now that we have
a law by which we can incorporate our
own company and do our own insu
rance, for if our local company should
fall to onranixe the stock companies
will fall back to their old bleeding
prices. A word to tne wise is sutucicnt.
The insurance law is in print In pam
phlet form in the auditor's office. I
would suggest that erery County Alli
ance in the state appoint a committee
on insurance and authorize that com
mlttee to make some arrangement
about insurance. In some counties in
toe state you have companies now or
ganized in which you could well af-
lord to insure, and tnen help to reor
ganize ana incorporate. Others have a
company embracing several counties
that coma ue usea in tne same way,
providing all could agree.
Fifth District Judicial Convention,
Will be held at David City, Butler
county, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1801,
at 2 p. m., to nominate two judges for
that district. Representation will be as
Hamilton, , , , : ' . , 14
York, . . . . . , ,14
Saunders, . . ,. , . , , , 24
flutter. , . . . - , ,. , - . 8
Polk, . .. . t . 14
Total , v . 88
By order of judicial central commit
tee, J. Brikkertiovk, Chu.
Is Tbsre an Advance Seed Co?
Lyons, Neb., July 1, '01.
Editor Farmers' Alliance: Being a
subscriber to your paper, I take the
privilege of writing you, hoping you
will consider the request for informa
tion favorably. During the past spring
agents of Advance Seed Co. of Lincoln,
placed contracts with farmers of this lo
cality for raising beans for said com
pany; said company to furnish seed free
and pay i 00 per bushel for crop, Said
company failed to deliver seed and noth
ing has been heard from said company
about it. Information is this, viz: Is
there an "Advance Seed Co." of Lin
coln? If so does it do square business,
and if it does, why delinquent in fur
nishing seed as per contract? You will
confer a favor to many subscribers by
giving reply torough your valuable pa
per. Yours truly, E. L. UnimTii.
A careful inquiry fails to give any evi
dence of the existence here of any such
firm, and we are quite certain that the
Advance Seed Co. is a myth. The offer
they make as noted above should arouse
suspicion at once, and all such agree
ments can safely be set down as fraudu
lent. The Hamilton County Register says:
"The opponents cf the people realize
that they have but one leg left to stand
on, and unlets the non-partisan judiciary
scheme can be made to work they fear
that will be sawed short off.
House and lot, on electric car line, in
Lincoln, for sale cheap,or will exchange
for cattle or clear land. R. A. Terms,
4 Ot Cedar Bluffs, Neb.
A New Firm.
On Julv 1st a new boot and shoe
bouse was opened at 1013 O street. The
proprietor, Mr. 8. B. NUbet Isan agree
able gentleman, a merchant of expe
rience In bis line, and carries a full and
complete assortment of everything in
loot wear irotn tue cheapest plow shoe
to the very finest handmade shoes. In
ail tbe latest styles. Our readers will
enjoy a visit with Mr. Hiiimi and you
will be I'onuneed by a carelul examin
ation of bis stock that he has the clean
est and best goods in every department
that ever been placed wlur tne
people of Lincoln at very low price.
h his advertiwtuebt In auuther col
utun. , . 4 1
A Plain Ft Plainly Suisd,
imn Alliance: There la certain
ly no eoe so blind now that they ran t
sv that the niortgagv In the failed
Mt 111 never be paid off with a mon
ey Utsed on twi !. It simply Ibales the
BH'Bty (Us tbe government and the
wealth (troU unr their seriaats. Tbey
hum be made to accept the same biud
of uwney tbty gat the MUWr, r the
MUliis children will be slates l the
rhlMre i l lis e!es 1U1 plstwuUur eur
rent) en e niJ 4m. o.". Ktsry
'tp is Ibe tiairvi:va U tbe eurrey
hss la ni'M likti 'H vMsiieE U
.!ig eeiitU on the rt tt th
niMnty v'a, aa4 lb mi dy It,
J ft oun
rle i Wt la hv l.c
)! ittrrt Man l.e(s'ti4lk U'tU
uh f-tvomit t wrl.
Tie cock bas left. Ike ue-sulrs girl
Ha struck for better par,
Tbe asamaa will sot take an ask
Tis Independence day I
Sew Tork Beraid.
A Mistake la Our Favor.
When old Mr. Lambly drove away
from his old country home, the other
morning, his wife called after him: 'Jay!
be sure and bring home some new pans!"
And good, innocent old Mr. Jay
Lambly said he would; and just before
he left tbe city he came Into our store,
and was fitted with the very latest s'yle
of a garment, the vulgar name of which
very much resembles that of tbe tin re
ceptacles he was instructed to procure.
Of course, Mrs. Lambly was somewhat
disappointed, but Mr. Lambly did look
so spruce and well-dressed in the ele
gant, well-tittlng and stylish pair of
trousers that we bad sold him. at a much
lower price than he could have procur
ed them elsewhere, that she was perfect
ly willing to wait until the next trip
for her tinware, and has already cut up
Uucie Jay's old trousers for carpet rags.
Yes, dear friend, your hat is out of
style, and you will need to lay it away
on one of the back number shelves.
But you needn't feel badly when for
such a tiny hgure at our Hat Depart
ment you can get such a nobby thing In
cranium adorners. We have all the
neat late stylet for Summer wear, and
our hats can cover the best brains in this
Straw bats in every shape and color;
straws for men; straws for boys, fifty
cents for the poorest none ton good
and two dollars and a half for tne best;
enough sorts between the two extremes
to suit the mlLion.
Alway the Way.
It mskes oo mortal difterenoe
How new your Joke msy be,
Vtiu'.l Bod some Aleck smart wfco beard
It back in, S3, - Life
Speaking of Clothing; wo will sell
Childrent Knee pants worth SOcents for
30 we will tell mens pants worth fi; to
14.00 12.00 we will tell tueot suits
worth 48.00 to $13.00 for ).00 we will
sell mens suits worth 112.00 to f 18.00 for
110.00 we will sell boys laundriod shirts
worth 1.00 for 23cts we will sell every
light garment in the house a, greatly
reduced prices to close them out in sea
ton and with every ten dollar purchase
we give a number on "Sir Albin a
horse with record 2-29 worth 11,000
dollars and the person guessing the
nearest tbe number of seeds in the jar
on our counter gets the horse,
-A. HCRLBUT. Clothier.
Corner P and 10th street,
Hundred suite at IS each, all to go
tbit week as tbey must be closed at once.
Several lines are worth 112 and more
but tuitt mutt go and now it your
chance to get a tult for almost nothing.
This sale is strictly for cash. None of
these suits will be charged for lest than
regular prices, to please bring the cash
for a $5 suit, Jutt look over straw hats
when you are in the store. Nobby and
nice, and they cau be used for a fan in
real warm weather. "Come one and
all." A. IIl'KLUl'T.
On Monday, July 0, we will put on
sale 500 pairs of men's pants at $3 that
we have been selling a t3 and tl. These
goods are all light weight and must be
sold before the warm weather it over.
Mostly ligbtcolore but there are perhaps
100 pair of dark patterns.
Sarpy County 'Alliance.
Papilliox. Neb., July 5, 1891.
Editor Alliance: At the meeting
of the Sarpy County Alliance held at
Gretna, July 1st, there was. a good at
tendance and much enthusiasm mani
fest. An open meeting was held ad
dressed by Bro. Hull, State Lecturer.
His remarks were received with demon
strations of approval and will strength
en our cause in this county, and give
brothers present needed encouragement
for the unequal task we have here of
fighting the combined monopolists of
tbe etate with headquarters in Omaha
and their tools in every neighborhood In
our county, whose aim is to crush us.
Resolutions were passed endorsing the
Tbe following oflicers were elected
for the ensuing term: President, R. M.
Carpenter; Vice-President, Vm. Gel-
lespie; Secretary, Chas.Nownes; Treas
urer, B. F. Burbank; Lecturer, E. L.
Hileman ; Assistant-Lecturer, J. W. Bar
rett; Chaplain, I). L. Ireland: Door
keeper, T, R. Carpenter; Assistant
Doorkeeper, A. Fewler; Sergeant-at-Arms,
J. A. Walgnwright,
Resolutions of Thanks from Oreely Co.
Alliance to Senator Poynttr and
WiiSRtAS Hon. W. A. Pointer and
Hon, V, A, llennlck were tiet'ted by
the Indcpemteut party to the olilcv of
senator and rvpreuutive repcihety,
Wukkkas, They have proved true to
the latere! f tne farmer of our state;
therefore 1 It
AVflhW. That the Gretly County
Farmers Alliance la contention aiu
W4 hereby eitaad t tM-italor I'ujnter
and Uprautlve llvaaUa our
w arm apprevlatton of ttetr act and
doings a tuaiHtwr at tk lrt.imr.
and we fully and trebly eadxr s-r
at-ttoa as Uleg f. r ( 11 luli
of the ftrtutr ! Nbrkai uv ba
MJitJ. that the ruiavlaf be
p!t4 out tk lutein t tur tounit
A.itBv sa l prinitst la the tir!v
latr at aUo In Ink!
H P ih AM, 'rHt
TMuk a tm)ua tvtum aodi
kU-a i-ver p d4iin hr UUMter.
1 ht ta. tfea atiaa toaa nf tha m kata ut
lviateltSal Ms) Ue t kaa aa
ai-etitabre to t attti weir li st l.tt
ALL. WORLDS ARE THOUGHTS.
in world arc tbooghta, all Ciocgbts are
In every lrin there Ma
unceaied the tic hi of every star,
The Kbetii ol all lha run.
The thinker ntei not look without
To find rreatioii'a pltii;
The life, tne form ol all the worlds,
l'rvhgurt'd, dwells in man.
And all within vid all amund
A voice and er'ao Utfid;
All bnn an thought take bining forms
And unto outucaa teud.
Man in bis earthly Mate h but
The moth in hi euroon:
lor that tii circling web of time
ilunt loo Its tenant toon.
Man deep to J ream; hi dreams unfold
Their white celmial wintr-.
And bear him whrra the here of heaven
l"n wind their biuiisg ring.
O irentl Death! O remit dream I
flow wrrt your mild-control
Ye both miliar the body's gate
For the derting aoul.
T. L. Jlarri in World's Advance
O Mirintit Ever
Z2r ett's frlcinls the
was the jiersoni
fnfitioti of love
lineN, iiinltolu r
actly the re
these were the terms applied tolier by
thoie into whose facet the hud never
Steven Welmore thought her divin
ity, because he wn in love with her,
and because the had smiled upon him
two most excellent reatontfor hit
opinion! Stern, reserve man as lie was,
this woman had found the way Into
hiil most inner heart. Whether he had
also found the way to her heart was
quite another question, and one which
he dared not nsk at yut. Miriam
favored him, certainty, but she favor
ed other chosen feiv also. There was
young Dr. Walter, who came every
morning at iuirmen4 took Miriam
cantering over the hill. 17 wan, per
haps, at formidable a rival an Steven
Welmore had or, at leant, lie wae
feared the most. St even Welmore hid
full faith that Miriam would be hi in
the end, for he belinvod in tula, and
the futet undoubtedly meant her for
him. Or if they did not he would win
her in tpite of fatct or furiosi either,
He rode up to the Cedars one early
Feptcrnher morning, just as the tun
was risirlg, hoping to forestall Dr.
Walter and secure Miriam for himself;
but they were already gone; to he
turned about and waited until they
In perl i nps half an hour he saw
them coming over the road in t he dis
tance at a break-nock pace, Miriam
"Only a rtwc," she eaid ns she drew
her panting horse up betide him.
"And fairly won' the doctor add
ed, alto drawing rein near them.
Dr. Walter, inwardly provoked that
he uitiHt leave them alone bowed hit
adieu, naying he had nn ttnavoidublo
engtuement at 8, nd deported.
"It it my turn now, It it not?" Steven
He thought Miriam's face hid
become serioii at Dr. Wulter'a lea v
ing. "Yes, if you pleaso. Sujipoe we do
down to the woods for a ijtuut
"Well. Nothing would please mo
What an opportunity for hind.
They directed their Iioikhh through
the gato fit the back of the house, and
down a footpath lending oat of the
grounds and into the road toward the
river; then, cantering on for perhaps
a quarter of a mile, they enmo under
the gorgeous many-colored trees.
"You do not believe in dreams, do
you?" she bcimu.
"I Rtippote you did not," she con
tinued. "But, neverthclcH), 1 have
been so oppressed with terrible visions
for a week that they begin to have
tlioir effect. I am actually growing to
believe in them, and half fear somo
An amused smile- half broke over
Steven Welruore't face, but died away
ns Miriam caught the expression in
"You Are laughingntnie. Therefore
you are not my friend."
She noke in cober enriienfc. ,
"I lil not suppose you admitted
me within that charmed circle. I
have never been very fortunate in
making many friends.
Me said it with a reserved air as if
more truth lurked under his word
than he cared to have revealed.
"Nor I. Ix't us shako hands upon
that," Miriam said, with a sudden an
imation, at the same time extending
"You. You say that, who can bind
any you choose to your throne."
IK r face wnt yloomy and tad at she
"You are mistaken. lam in need
of a friend. Km h a one at you might
be, if you would."
Stephen Wrlmore't face grew lum
inous, lie bent toward her, looking
Into hr eye eaierly, as only one who
loved her at he did wat capable t(
"1 will be you friend forever, if yow
will accept me, ove you at no mor
tal ever Vvtd you before"' he said.
"th, do not mean that! Not that!
How tould yon hove n, uii.lrrtiH l
lit was upright In hi saddle in
ernd; hi ) dilating and fluwitttttj
and ha w face a hard A A rot k.
"All won.. it ar deuK and all tnen
are foola," b m I, in a dear, rmf i4
lour, and, "itittig tha iliiir tnln hi
nor b ttaabvtt down tbe rtwtd bk a
iM.iilitiaii, iruwuj M.nuin aH.iiB,
M i i, m a rry, to v the
life Uv rbinhwl Kn,T.!y, "Would im
uiUrthd her, t'len" rb ml.
h frieiklt. not Urt- titrininl h
i,ore krad. and, toifhu-it biui With
irr ridi.ig wbip, roU i'ily awsy
tt.a . l .it direction ttvm l.nh
V!mttit brtd (one,
Ibr i ,rf w jwot m ttt 1.-.,
Urn t tot,!, ati.1 . iM,ii
Koit.e i ui ttvr f agmn, Thai stsn
o.rf wt i a Mraht tm it IM Ninon
in, I t.ruiiH.i g br li . rdiki'i'r or
lb pii.o !', .! tiiooit c
.d stood bsstdt l.rr
"Miriam, I acted like A fool thia
morning, and have come to ask your
pardon he aid.
tiranted," she answered, quickly,
with A pleasant face, giving him her
"And I wiah to be your friend," he
continued, "and to hnve thi morn
ing't folly forgotten, if nowible."
"Urantcd, Also. Ana, to prove it.
come out into the grounds with me. I
have something to tell you."
TVy went out under the full moon.
"You ought to know why 1 cannot
be yours, for f tu h en uneiptcted hon
or a your love deserve some reward,"
tbe said. "I will tell you. Ixing be
fore I knew you I loved and wa en
gacd." Her companion started slightly at
"To-dny that man ia'an Abandonel
inebriate, wholly loot and ruined;
but" she turned her face toward him,
her eye swimming with tears "I love
him yet, and can marry no other."
For several second nothing broke
the silence lietween them. Then
Heven said; "I will be your friend.
Your con tidence hat not been mis
placed. Your dreamt were of thia. I
"Ye. Oh such horrible thing ns I
have dreamed. Theymskeme shud
der now. let ut go in. Thit beauty
Oppresiut me to night."
Dr. Walter wat jutt entering the
door at they came up the step. He
held A paper in his hand.
"Miriam, here it a telegram a boy at
the gate handed nic, at I came past,
A quick look pasted between Mlrinn
and f teven Welmore, and a epusm at
of mortal agony went over her face.
Khe caught the note, and hurrying be
fore them iutotho lighted hall, opened
and read itt contents. Before either
of the gentlemen hod crossed the
threshold she had dropjwd upon the
floor In a deadly swoon. Both sprung
in at once, and the housekeeper, At
tracted by the unusual noise, cam
hurrying in also.
They all saw the word "I am dying,
Miriam come," upon the pntw-r lying
beside her; but only Htevcn Welmore
knew their real significance to the pros
trate figure before them. They bor
her to her own room, where tin
moaned back to life; ana long before
midnight, sho, with one of h'T in a id
servants and Htevcn Welmore, wn on
her way to IxhuIou. Miriam would not
allow eit her of them to accompany hr
farther than to the hotel where they
Hie stood alone over her disgraced
lover' dying bed, and alone the taw
hit poor, miserable life go out,
"It U over!" was nil thu said, when
the returned, but her while lip and
darkened eyes were token enough of
For two yeart afterward the Ccdart
whs shut, and Miriam was away
where none knew save Pleven Wel
more, Then she ret urned at sudden
ly as she had left, opened her house,
and received her friends at before,
Hteven Welmore held hi ground
And kept others at a distance on the
plea of friendship, hoping that by and
by, whet) her grief wore away she
would, perhaps, reward him for hit
devotion. Ho wa not mistaken.
To Hang the Bishop.
The use of name on petition! hoi
come to be a standing joke, and
long column of well-known signatures
thus appended it little more than nn
unmeaning farce. We taw with our
own eyes the well-signed document of
which so much wat tnld nearly 40
years ago. A gentleman made a
wager that he would procure at least
a hundred well-known churchmen to
sign a petition to hang llio binhop of
thit diocese. He drew up tho docu
ment, had it copied in a tine, clerkly
hand, and started out to effect hi
purpose. Ho did not utter any false
hoods or misrepresent the character
of the paper. It began with "Where
at the bent interest of the l'rolcs
tant Episcopal Church." etc., making
a I0112 preamble- and the request that
the biNiiop bo suspended by the neck
came before the conclusion. Tho can
viiMner represented it at a petition to
ecclcsiatt ical authorities in a matter
that would deeply affect the welfare
of the church. Having obtained one
or two leading name the rest was
easy, and he could have secured thou
sands instead of hundred if he had
eared to persevere in the effort, New
York Journal of Commerce.
The Story of a PolltloU n.
Weight, ten pounds.
I'npu't little man.
Jimmy the Kid.
Young Mr. Jones.
Mr, Jame Jones.
Clerk -of-Election Jones.
The Hon. Jame M. Jones.
Jame Martin Jone.
Jimmie J 01 u-i,
Jimmie the Bum.
Coroner ofllce "rulJentif!."
Cor IV Daughter mi Work
Mis Caroline tititlph, a daughter ft
tieorge IV, hs retired to the Camber.
welt wot khou, lnr she it In tug at
the coat of th( mtil r"l rtrp)rw.
.nhllit. If Ueorv IV, inttd id
Inarnmg Mr lUhi-rUrt and alter
ward commit l inn bigamy with another
lady, bad butriied this M lady 1
mother, h would have ln Lrr
M utt-!)- Ljttmt Caroline, and iiitad
III lb UaUt ptlMIOII f It l Alt).
Uravlt ftr4)tr sb winbt bi
bn gnn a ib'tni pal acr and l-iui.jf
buixlrtd id taouaiclt r aiiniiiit I y
tba Hritti tai )r Hvf Until),
tn, nirmKrtol wh.h Are r-futti
at.i of, ra!ly onib t 1U1 oi. t h.ng
Ur !4 t riuuit l( b. ft 1 l.y aie
ti t t ' 1 1 rt4tbV., .n! tiiU gaif
1 1 ) a bo hhi th 1 pun mo y
t4 ilv( wa-K'npaal K like
Mva la biake ')) prM.atioi la
n,ilit of t t- v taio y tV.-mld
ft wj tubnriptwiii kt bi,loi
POPULAR ANTI-MONOPOLY REMEDIES CFW. R.CEK"CTTfiC3.
Bennett' Compound Extract of Sarsapa
with Yellow Dock. SUliingia. Iodid of
Potassium, etc. Guaranteed to purify
and enrich tbe blood, and do all tbat
can be done by Hood's or Ayer's .
parilla. Tierce's Medical Discon r-, or
h. s." ttxi witn great auvsniage
In Chronic Affections ot the skin, ocrot
ula. Eruptive, and fekln Diseases such
at Erysipela rimple. Blotches, Bolls,
Tumors, halt Kheum. Uingworm, Ulcers
1 nronio ttneumatum, bypnyuuc, ana
Mercurial Diseases, and every ailment
arising from an impure state of tbe
blood. A powerful alternative and
strengthening toulc, giving tone and
strength to the system when debilitated
by disease; 11,00 size, oar price "V-eots.
Bennett's Royal Prescription or Woman's
A judicious combination of thoie ton
ics, antispasmodics and sedatives wbk-h
have been found useful in medical prac
tice for strengthening tbe female or
gans og gestation. Also to act at a
soothing and quieting agent In all those
distressing, nervous, Hysterical con
ditions whlcb accompany all female
complaints, (luurtnteed to be superior
to I'lerce't Favorite Prescription or
Lydla I'inkbams Compound ,11.00 size,
our price 74 cents.
Bennett's Liver Regulator,
for all bilious diseases, Dyspepsia, Bili
ous Headache, Coitlveness, Hour Stom
ach, Jaundice, Heartburn, Nervousness
and all affections arising from a torpid
or Inactive condition of tbe Liver, it It
ot'ARAKTBRD to affect a cure. Alto
useful at a laxative Id chlllii 11.00 tlx,
our pries 73 centi.
Bennttt'e Blackberry Cordial,
A guaranteed remedy for Diarrhoea,
Summer Complaint, Cholera Infantum,
Dysentery and all relaxed condition of
tbe bowels; i5c size, our price '20 cents.
Btnnstt't Family Linlmtnt.
For Rheumatism, Snrslns. Bruises.
Chilblains, sting of insects, and Nu
ralgae pains. Also for Horses and Cat
tle, for Sprains, Klngbone, Swellings,
Lameness, etc. 1 Met sue, our price 19c.
All the abovi remedies are absoli'tkly guaranteed to do all ws claim for
them, and to be superior to any patented article on the market. If tbey don't
prove to, we'll refund your money. Could you ask more?
RELIABLE BUSINESS HOUSES.
H. R. ACLE & CO.
Reliable Ilachino Oilo.
Write forPr ceo on thooo,
Also Everything You Eat,
Use and Wear.
" THE MONEY IAVER3 FOR THE PEOPLE,"
60 Wabash A v.,
SPECIAL -. ANNOUNCEMENT.
Has opened one of
Boots '-. and '-. Shoes
101 5 0 STREET,
Tie pulilic is invited to call and inspect thia sapurb new stock.
The proprietor has full confidence that no other house in the city
can mow as fine a stock or can sell at lower figures. The stock
has been carefully selected and is entirely new. stt
ALLiAf'GE STATE BUSINESS AGEIICY,
STASE AGENTS OFFERS FOR THIS WEEK:
Flour, good, per sack-, ......
" Picnic '
Snow Ilsko " .......
" lUue II I'at "
I.von i '
" Minn. Pat "
Sugar rrauulated ?l lb.,,..
Tea Young Hrton per lb, , , .
" Japan "
Uunpowiler " ....
Soap, good. 34 bar..,.
' letter, SS " ....
White KusfS ....
Canned Tomatoes pvrdo..,
l orn, tt " , . .
Tolcvo, Horse bbo per lb.
" Mar ' ,
NaTs ' .
Cat libs' " .
. 1 00
. 1 30
. 1 80
. 1 21
. 1 13
. 1 U
, I t0
. I 00
. I 00
. l m
. 1 o
, l 00
, 1 10
ttrch, fitos ir lb
Tnepcil Sewing Mhint In the Suit Til fldim' AltltStt f .
or f19.ee at factory. A km1 oat Al tS f ull warranted.
Oar intidi rrtit Art fur mrrubcrs of Alliance only. Write u tot my.
thirg yuu tt, wear or utt. . W, MARTI EY, St He Agent,
Cash to aicoinr til otdtrt. 4 it IJncolo4 Ntb.
j. cujin Ck aon.
ItM II lfvV
First Clisi Horn Shoeing,
I ;( Sf"A - lfa-
iWu . aikai i n Mta.M ilv4
NNf.aj tl Silk
flow Weri I SestV.ty.
A r aatrvAa J
Bennett's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
We guarantee this to be tbs finest
EmuUioa of Cod Liver Oil ever pot on
tbe market, and It l as palatable at
milk, and it the greatest remedy for
resumption and watting diseases ever
aisMvereu. v e claim tbat our Emul
sion Is not only equal, bnt superior to
Scott, Phillips, or any other patented
article on tbe markst; 11.00 slxe, oar
price 73 centi.
Bennett's Beef, Iron and Win.
Undoubtedly the finest preparations
of the kind in use. Containing tbe vir
tues of fresh beef, a sound quality of
wine, and talt of iron. An admirable
toniefor convalescents, etc. ill. 00 size,
our price 00 ceate.
Bennttt'e Rum and Honey Cough Syrup.
An admirable remedy for Cougbt,
Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma. Bronchitis,
Irritation of ths throat, and all In damn
tion ol tbs chest and lungs; iOct size,
our price 23 cents.
Bennett's Dyspepela Care,
For lost of appetite, nausea, pain in
ths Stomach, sense of fullness of tbs
same organ, water brash, sto.t 30 cent
size, our price 40 cents.
Btnnstt's Fig LaaAtfvs lyrup.
, A rellsblc remedy for those troubles
anting from an Inactive condition cf
ths bowels and liver.' Guaranteed to be
fully equal if not superior to California
Hyrup of Flgai our pries 0and 73 cents
for 30 cent and 11.00 tlzet.
Bennett's Rbsumatic Remedy.
Compounded from drugs tbat are re
garded by physicians At Absoluts ipe
cltlcs for rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout,
and kindred diseases ;il, size our price 73
Bennett's Vtgsubls Llvsr Pills.
Guaranteed to be ths best pill on ths
market. For Constipation. Sick Head
ache, etc 1 23ct size, our pries 13cenu.
snnett s rrsncn Tonus.
A tonic for ths people Gentle yet
powerful! our price 00 cents for $1 size.
MBHi'H ANDIMl. OurMncI It replace wit a eearrtblag In 1
biu1cb1 Una. Prices to suit the times. M, t. Cuans. a Co.
TI. It. EAGLE, 00.
tbe finest stock of
to the State.
Dried apple psr lb
Cal. raisins "
Itlack berries evaporated er lb. . utt
Vinegar In gallon Jug. 85
Moos I'ruU Jart,tiarts perdoa. 1 80
" i gal. 1 n
Pepper, alaplcs, cloves, cinnamon,
t he bet In tbe market. Lion,
Arbuckle, Kojral and all rack
ag otter 31
Mai l syrup to tin fates, per gal, . 73
1'arlor nitt 'Sf per do, boxes,,,, t(i
A gvd overall,, m
" htrtcoiord, . . 60
" b! bo per don tl
(illdea painted wire Per 100 lb.,,. I 31
ELI HEADACHE CURE
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