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THE FAmiEKS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY- JULY 9, 1891.
THE OEY AIXIiCE
I HT THE WEST
Hiving everything a Farr.er uses la
Th following quotations will (fire som idea of the effort being made
to sell good at lire and let lire prices:
i i foe a food Samoa and Hlo coffee.
4, IMo, ooe as J" mmwm. erueneo.
Our Far Moca aad Java, roasted freak
rry day. ic
- - ilwmm 9A
Very a no evaporated Callloruia peaches
lie, worth So.
Vary ioeeveporeted blackberries 7Vi Worth
furc frail 11 If per pall We. wort SI.M.
Very aael ife caa eL-yellow table peaches
AH kiade of lb eea California elnas Uo.
S-ife oaa California blA-k ehorrlea lie.
imported Valencia retain, very !ne. me.
S ib oaa California peacaee. Sua. Tbla la Iba
beet pracb you ever bought.
We sell ell kind of California plums, 11.
Imported Knf ltk curraail, '.
Sweet ckoooiate. So.
Premium chocolate, '.
Sugar cured bams, IS. Plcnlo hams, "o.
boae.aee hams. So.
ftowgna Hiiufi, So. tlrer sausage, to.
Bead Cbeeao, to. Frankfort sausare, 7'o.
triad beef. K and Ul,o.
t-ib caa blackberries sc
- preferred raspberries, put up la
surer syrup, Ko.
hutard So per bottle.
Absolutely pure bakiaf powder fto.
Oil sardines to,
Musterd sardines, UK
ts per sent Ire. 'nt scrubbing, IDs.
SA paroeat lye, forscrubblD. so.
Beat granulated surer so per Ib.
I4ght C aurar, to.
Oreen Japan, a good Tea. 1o. tie. JSo. tfte.
Sua dried Japan Tea.-!. 19, ti. , W, sue.
W aollcit your patronage, and after examining the above list pick oat what
you want and send in your order. We will treat you sugars. bend to ua for
prices on anything you want. You can pay railroad fare for a hundred miles or
more and then sits money on a a.io.00 bill of gjods. Give ui a trial. udl'f
HAYDEN BROS.. Omaha, Neb.
fwrtiorwl J.o.n TVa.?0. !.. 43. M, SOS.
Reaket Bred Tea le, fflo. Oe. Sfc. S5c 40,
Vounf H reoa Tea - ado. Sue. sue. Sue.
Bnclisb Breakfaat Tee. c to Wo.
Ik.on Ta .X to ISO.
Thl it tha I nett line of tea that waa ever
offered la Omaha. Do not say to yourself
that we cannot sell rood tea for tbese prices
Buy a pound and be eon rl need. If you do
not Ilka the tea we will refund tbe mooey.
They are all worth two and three times tha
WASH DRESS OOODS.
Hew summer styles In Dress Olorbam :-4c,
S',c. Se and KM per yard.
Meat Sheeting PnnUi-34e per Jd.
New etrlrslnChallleS: i'tQ, 60. 10c, U'io.
Pane Sa-ured Sateen: &o. Sc. I1 and 1.1c.
Plain black Sateen ;-8e, 100, 120. l&S 1!0,
ISC. aad -Vie per yard.
Plain raet Black Lawn la remnants, lo. So,
and I'M per yard.
Plain Past B ack India Linen. 10c, t!Ho, Uo,
80c and sc par yard.
Plain while lnoia Linen, to, So, Me, U40,
tie and luc per yard.
Panoy check, Stripes Sod lace Striped la
waits or teat discs lawna rrom ao yarn up,
m I nob wide beat BaUstl. Hie per yard.
New sumajer styles la bathing- flannel, 5c,
So and Mo prr yard,
flml aonin checked slnram. bo per yard.
t losing prlre oa as Inob wide serges 7'o yd.
All colors lo Roysl serge, dark badte
Double width Beige aiming evo per yara.
. The (arrest stock of tsble linen, KspHos,
towaii and white bed spreads In Omaha, at
greatly reduoed prices.
All leadin brands of tausllo aad double
width sheeting at leas thaa wholesale price
la order to reduoe stock.
The statistics of tbe MeUt-workera
National Union of Germany show that
from W58 of ita members 853 died fnm
It is Immaterial what may be tbe
name of the commiug new warty, but
let it represent tbe combined hosts of
tbe laboring people.
Several Organizers have been rent to
Brooklyn by 1). A. 48 to assist L. A.
alio, composed of britannia metal
workers, In thoroughly organizing their
New York milliners average 12 80 a
week; shirt makers 18; underwear mak
ers IS; cloak makers M 50; box makers
4; leather workers 14; mens clothing
Boston has a VVorklngme-Je Loan As
sociation with a capital of 1100,000 and
was formed for tbe purpose of loaning
money to workmen on security at tbe
rate of 1 per cent per month.
In nearly all the large retail shops In
London tbe saleswomen sleep and eat as
well as work In the building. Kven tbe
bhc'i silk dresses they wear during
their working hours belong to their em
ployer!. Out of 1,143 strikes In England last
year, In which 844,840 people took part,
48 have been successful, iii were partly
auccesf ful, 30? were a fallur and 04 were
undecided. The average duration of
these strikes was eighteen days.
Following an old custom, the Queen
of Holland has made application for
membership in tbe Bricklayers Union
of Amsterdam, tier father and ether
predecessors also were honorary mem
bers ot different labor organizations.
The labor organizations of Toronto,
Canada, are urging the municipal au
thorities of that city to acquire the street
railroads aud operate them tor the bene
fit of the community, and there is a dis
position on the part of the olilclals to
heed the request.
One half the population of Basle,
Swlizeil ind, have an income of less than
100 per year each, aid there are 111
millionaires in that city; while the ma-
Krity of the inhabitants of Saxony and
esse aare an average annual Income
of less than 1125.
One of the first strikes on record 1 the
millers' strike in 1553 at Vllllngen. Ger
many. They asked for more wage and
better treatment. The city council had
them imprisoned until they made oath
never lo strike airaln, and each ot the
strikers was lined 400 florins lu gold.
Within the last forty years at least 8,
000,000 Germans have Immigrated to the
United States, an average of about ??.
000 per year. The largest uutnber came
fiom the provinces of eastern Prussia,
where landlordism is developed to al
most as hateful forms as In Ireland.
The petroleum of the globe nicnopo
llzed bv two men Rockefeller and
ltothschilds! And yet the Americans of
ITta rebelled only to get rid of a system
by which they could never have been
taxed as the monooolUers of the re
sources of liiht and heat may tax the
nations ot the earth.
Of the nearly 9,000.000 Inhabitants ot
lew i or about 10.000 own the whole
city and there are only about 18.000 peo
ple posfosslng any real estate. The
time might be calculated when we shall
have but one landlord if It were not tor
the labor movement, which will do away
with landlordism altogether.
One year ago Vrederlck Hamilton was
the only wouinguian la the London
Couuty Council. When he made the
motion to lotriHlued the eight-hour day
for utunt-lpal laborer he ws laughed at.
td, aud some time the eight hour
proposition was earvif d by a o.e of ej
The Uoyal Coiumlstlsn of Labor la
I!ngtand will in future be divided lull
three parts, although ueder one 1'iW
item. One will deal with uetUitts !
lating ta mining ami the iru and steel
la lttatrie. tbe second to sgrteuitur aad
IraniporUtWa. aad the third to matter
of tuUeliaatoua character affecting
Tbe date of tbe mooting of tbe Leuoaster
Oouaty Central Committee of tbe People's
Independent party has been changed to Moo
day July liita la K. of L. hall, at 1 p. m.
Committeemen notice obange of date,
i 0. Hull, Chairman,
The regular meeting of the Perkins County
illiano will be held at Grant, en Saturday
July Utb, at 10 a, ni. All members who oan
do so are earnestly reuqested to sttend, as
Bro. Hull, State Lecturer, will meet with us.
Secretaries will please forward reports and
dues promptly. T. A.Cli'ustok.
Big Springs. Msb., June a, imi.
Improved farm of ISO aorcs 14 miles
east of Trumbull, belnr I. W, fcfeo. !, T. H,
R.!, Clay Co. Title good, no enoumberanoes.
For particulars apply to or address.
raao h. stasoai.L,
Oosper County Farmers' Alliance.
The Oosper County Farmers' Allianoe will
hold a regular meeting Tuesday July fist.
The time Is ehaaged from the lsth to agree
with the appointment of State Lecturer O,
Hull, who wishes to meet lb members of tbe
Allianoe on that day. The meeting will be
called to order at 10 o'olock. Tbe reports and
election of ofloer will ocoupy the morning
session. Bro. Hull will begin his address at
1:80 p, m. It will he followed by a disousslon
of the living issues of tbe day. This meeting
will be of greablnterest to all members of tbe
order. W, H. Stomb, Co. Beoy.
A young man named Campbell oi
Sprlngneld, Kan., fell under tbe vara near
Cortland and lost a leg.
Six Lincoln boys aged from 10 to IS
yearn, are under arrest for moving three
frelaht cars from a switch onto the main
track and nearly causing a wreck. An in
coming paaMOKer train was stopped just
In time to prevent a collNlon. The par
ents of tbe boy say they moved the cars
merely iu play aud without any malicious
The post trader at Fort Niobrara has re
salved official communication from the
lecretary of war that bis licemie wti re
roked, to take effect April 1, lbitt. Valen
tine rejoices at tbe removal of that !ui
ae from the reservation. It meant) tUK),-
M0 additional busiueas and Rives parties.
living oft tbe reservation equal chances In
luppiying cont racts at that place.
Rev. H. C. Chamberlain of Prnnnylva
nia, charge Atweil & Rouen of Fremont
with swindling him out of rAOOO. He
:laiins they sola him worthleaa lands and
mining stocka and pocketed tha money
themselves. As all the parlies are mem
ber of the MethodiMt church it has been
decided to let a board of arbitration coiu
ooaed ot Methodists nettle tbe matter.
In addition to the arrest of ftev. T. A.
Hull at Weeping Water on tbe chants ot
libel perferred by a councilman, Mayor
Adam ot that city has written tbe fol
lowing note to Kdltor Kelthley, of The
Republican, "tou can retract that Hull
article in the next issue or there will lie
tun." Mr. Keithley aunounces that be Is
touil of fun and ts not au intlmui;iil.
J. H. McMurtry. real estate and
loans, abstract and notary. McMurtry
block, adjoining Alliance headquarters
corner Kieventh and M streets.
SALARY $25 PER WEEK.
WAMTKltt Hood Afents V. sell our
Uonerel Mne it merebanaia. No pwldl.
inn. Above salary will tw paid lo " live"
aganta. . r'or further Informal:.. n. eMwee.
hu .. .:aiM-tt.l t-1-i.Y Co
ITS V mi Vaa Huron St.,
Paid In Hie Own Coin.
Some few years since a youn j fellow
was tried at the Ontral Criminal
Court for "amhing," or ia
other words, passing counterfeit coin.
He was defended by an able -lawyer,
who, after calling witnesses) as to the
character of his client, made an elo
quent rpeex-h on his behalf, pointing
out to the jury that as only one coin
had been passed, it waa probably
done innocently, tbe prisoner not
knowing it was bad.
The verdict was an acquittal, and
the prisoner, with some of his friends,
adjourned with the counael to hie
chambers to settle. His fee was two
guineas, but as they had only silver,
they asked him if he would accept
that. He consented, anL pocketing
the money, wished ni lateclieut "cood
borne time after their departure the
lawyer repaired to bis usual rentau
rant to dine, and when his repast was
ended, he tendered two half-crowns
for pii-ment. The waitertook them.
but presently returned, with the re-
niara mat mey were coumeneii.
J lie astonished lawyer cot into a
rage, and vowed that they were good
money, but when he saw the waiter
calmly cut one in half with a knife he
nastily pulled the others out of b:a
pocket, and lound that ten of tluru
J-1. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO,
Table Talk In a French Home.
Children being nearly always at
table in France, and conversation
often being animated amongst their
elders, they hear a great deal that was
never intended for them, and they get
a sort of education in talkativeness
by mere example. They may make
little use of this in the presence of
strangers during boyhood or girlhood,
but it bursts out afterwards when they
get to a talking age. It is recognized
by custom that when a family is in
private every one has a right to talk
or not as he pleases, and silence being
permitted, tho taciturn will take ad
vantage of it; still, nothing is more
national in French life than talkative
ness at meal times, even when the
family alone is present. This does at
least keep up the national power of
tal king, though the mill wheels of con
versation have frequently very little
grain to grind. Talk of this kind has
some use as a stimulating exercise of
the lighter faculties, which in other
ountries are often left unexercised.
The merits of it are its facility of ex
pression and its ample choice of lan
guage; the defects of it, in France.may
be included under the one head of in
sunlcient or inaccurate information.
Imbeolle Repliee to an Imbecile
A rather interesting point was re
cently brought up by the Paris Figaro
in connection with one of thefeuilletons
published in that paper. In the story
a mother of strong religious convict-
Ions refuses the hand of her daughter
to the man she loves because he is
bound by a vow to his dying father
never to be married in church or to
take part in a religious ceremony. The
girl dies of a broken hcart.the mother
to the last refuHing the concession
which would have saved her daughtre's
ife. The I itmro nsked its readers
whether, under the circumstances, the
mother whs justified in withholding
her consent. In all the editor received
1,431 answers. Six hundred and
twenty-one writers considered the
mother justified in preferring death for
ner daughter to the dishonor ot con-:
trading a marriage unbiassed by the
church; 570 took un opposite viewnnd
blamed the mother, while 200 avoided
a direct answer and suggested various
other solutions of the problem.
Answers are said to have come from
all parts of the globo.andan American
woman of course there is an American
woman in tho story teiegrnphed: "I
would lynch the mother!" But some
how it didn't seem to occur to any
body to comment on the niarvleous
imbecility of that girl! New York
J '-k ..-r- ?f
torts) twi va tttl It , liaeela, fttt
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C:j ti t:t E:-i
Sevt let s
aiaeaal a aaii.
f i M -u aas i 1 1.
a ra 4ca ft4 eueteat a,aS
IlkftXAX aMAIhSI stMise F rape 'a.
Dry Gccis, Carpets lotiou,
thoet, Crocerlet, Etc.
;i.argvst itork In the tlsy,
Oej fries aniCai
Coustry TMihms buttr ae4
() takes) eiuhiage fur
KvivhandiM. IHir sttxw it
teliiar.era fir the tarateaf
,m'ier Couttty. s Wit
wpisf 10 in .) H ttm.
Novel-publlahlng In England and
In Great Britain popular works of
fiction generally appear in two or
three expensive volumes, which are
sold chiully to circulating libraries.
These exlitions serve to guage the pub
lic appreciation of the work. If it is
received with fair favor it is very soon
reprinted in a one-volume hand edi
tion, and this is, if required by the
public, succeeded by a yet cheaper
edition, and so on until it becomes a
two-shillin'j or shilling volume on the
railway book stall. Ily this method
the Kritish publisher considers that
he get better remuneration for the
author, ami I do not think his judg
ment is nnuh at fault.
The publishers of the I'nited States,
recounting that they had to deal with
a dihVrently situated class of readers,
adopted other methods. They issued
their books in a form at once avail
able for family u ami purchase.
They bewail at once by isauing the one
Volume hand edition at a moderate
price, and seldom rwlueed the pri-e nf
their copyright novels till soma long
time afterwards, except ao fat as it
has bevn ticveiuiary of late years to do
so to nu-et the competition of the un-
aiiuturtmi tuition oi r.ngitan novels,
Woman and Drea.
'Tlv notion that women are fond"
of dras la ft (alUcious one."
'You think so?"
"I do. YYht never I go to the WacH
and s- the omtn in tluir bathum
suits l in, t the tn. tr BtlMrvl
lit rn at the dief the wnlcr,
amronvliuvl that Urf have been
(really mirrprwntrl Thajf don't
aeelit to U Ut lulnl of dn -taiie
l'eatnrtoi- tUnny Trsv
r the otUr ttht.an tfthenthe toof
bell tatif 1 ka.U a Wt wttn him tfiAH
it was ft hoy from h a tailor. Yo
w www .,w,t vm im irmtvTl
(ftaae I. V O d i 1 OU tttmik It
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'.il,entvme- S .it a'h Travel
Ma t stop to r; a the Motiey.-a
Center Crank Stationary and Traction Engines.
flend for Catalogue. -s- GUB. STATES General Agrent Branch House Lincoln, Htb.
Appointments of Stats Lecturer.
Bro. O. Hull, State Lecturer, aends notloe
Of the following sppotntmeotl. OBoer of
County Alliances are urged to arrangs tbelr
county meetings to correspond with tbese
date. All members who oaa are requested
to be present;
South Uoooln "
County July It.
" " is!
" " to.
14 - n.
- . .
County Beorotarles will notify me at nnoe
where meeting will beheld In tb various
counties. O. Holu, Greenwood. Neb.
Tbe next regular meeting of tbe Lancaster
County Alliance will be held In K. of P. ball,
Lincoln, Keb., oa Friday July loth, at 10 a. m.
w, w, KSHi.iv, Seo. O. Hew., Pres.
Oet the Best.
School teachers and officers should see
that their school have the best supplies In
Bee WxesTBH's Istsksatiokai, dictionary
the latest and most complete in the world.
Clsson Fletcher, Lincoln, Neb., tbe leading
wholesale and retail book and stationery
house of Nebraska have this famous work on
hand, also a full line of all kinds of school
and college text books and school supplies.
Csll on them at 1120 O street, or write for
anything you need in their line. . 61-Jt
Banner County Allianoe will hold Its next
regular meeting at tbe oourt bouse In Harrts-
burg.onJuly 17th and lsth. We give two
days ss there Is bullae of Importance that
will occupy considerable time. Let every
delegate be prompt In attendaaos.
ft. M. Whits, sec. Wm. Lqwmaw, Pres.
Tb Fillmore County Alliance wilt munt at
Geneva, Tuesday. July It. WJ. at in o'clock
a. m. to elect officer and traniact other lra-
vinut Dusiueae. state lecturer Hull will
be preient. O. M. f isrsom, dec.
A New Premium.
Mr. Marlon Todd's latait wnrlr niitUi
"Plzarro and John Sherman." nould be In
every Alliance library, and read by every
member. Price, 25 cent per copy by mall.
Wewllleend Thb Fakmkkm' Am. unci ooe
yetrand tbla book for only l.S5,orwlll sead
pwipam on receipt or price.
Leesedc Stewart, 231 S. 11th St.
Notice to Contractors.
The following brldrea wore nriand mA.
yertlaed by tbe county coaimluloners of
Cambridge. Brldne acrou Mopublicsn
river. lx (pan. ilxty leet combination, with
approacbea. aaid bridge to ha limit accordiiiir
to u!an and ipwlfleation in tbe olerk ollloe
at Heaver City, Neb.
Malone. Hrldse acrou Ppnr creek 48
foot iian. Iron, 14 foot roadway, II inch bard
pine noorina. approaches at eaub end.
Seaiod bid reolved on both combination
and irou. Allbidatnuat be accompanied by
good and ufflciehi bond and fllcd In tbe
county clerk orHoe of l.l county on or be
fore noon of July m. Comuilwioner
reaerv the right to rejeot sny and all bid.
Said letting take place at the above named
place July , itwt. J. W. Omhtkii.
June ti. imi. County Clerk.
WESTERN :-: MANUFACTURING :-: CO.
J. H. WALSH, President
M D WELCH, Sec'y-Treasurer
THE CAPITAL MOWER.
0000 0 O 0 0 () 1 I) o o o o o
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No better Mower or Hay
Bake in use than the above.
Both are warrants! to be
well made of good material,
and capable of doing as
good work as any other
Mower or rake in tbe world.
Write us for particulars.
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UUUUUiiDO 111) O () O I) I) O O O O
THE UNION RAKE.
WESTERN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LINCOLN, NEB,
O. O. HEFNER,
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 guaracteed a sure foal getter. I buy tbe best
and do not handle culls. Nor do I have a partner to sit in the corner and win aad take
half the pretits. I give my customers tho benefit of small profits and first clas stock.
THE BEST CLASS BUYERS BUY FROM MY ESTABLISHMENT.
Ao horses peddled. Don t run a lottery, nor drop a nickel In the slot and soe what
VOIl rrft hntlniaa ITndus n9 ..).. ... i 1 i I. . .
tail and see me, visitors welcome. 4.'tt O. O. HEFNER. Importer, Lincoln, Nebraska.
THE AULTMAN & TAYLOR COMPANY.
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BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
CATALOCUl AND PCt LI IT
I0TH STREET NEAR HARNEY.
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F. L. LOOIIIS, Wootora Uana&or, Omaha, Nob.
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