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TI1KFA1UJEI.S' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEH. TIIUHSDAY, JULY 10 1801.
Having every thing
The following quotations will give some idea of the efforts being made
to tell goods at lire and let lire prices:
Wetvll veaaeeodSamoe end Wo coffee,
erutaed, lie. Muca and Java coffee, crushed,
Our Par Hoc and Java, rotated fresh
Ik sorted flreea (litres. c Derouart.
' Vtry to evaporated Caaforula peaches
lae, worm Zuc
Verr toe evaporated blackberries H Worth
Purefruh iellr net pall sae. worth IIJO.
Very lu 2 lb cu al.-yeUow table peaches
All kinds of I lb ran California plums lis.
i)-ib can California black cherries lie
Imported Valencia raisins, very Site. fHC.
1 lb can California peacbes. Sue. Thlt Is the
beet peach too ever bought.
Weeelleliklndt of California plums, 11.
Imported Ena-Uah eurraats,
: BveeS eboeolate, o. - -
Premium ckoeolaie, 174.
Sugar cured bauit, 10. Ploalo hams, 7c.
bone.rts bam. c
Bologna sansaire. Sc. Liver sausage, Sc.
Bead Cneee.te. Frankfort ssuage,;vo.
Dried beef. Kie and li',a.
g-lb caa black berrle 'e.
.." praerved raspberries, put up (n
u ear syrup. 1'e.
it tetard &e per bottle.
Absolutely pure basin, powder 35c.
OU sardines ic. ...
Mustard sardine, 1K
pr!re. iarserubblnr, c -
S per eeat If e, f or soru bbioi. So,
, Beet granulated sugaring per lb.
lag bt C tugar, to.
Green Japan, a food Tea. ISo. tic, So, s.
Una dried Japan Tea.-!. l, SU. , , s.
We solicit your patronage, and after examining the above list pick out what
you want and send in your order. We will treat you sugars. Send to us for
prices on anything you want. You can pay railroad fsre for a hundred miles or
more and then girt) money on a 150.00 bill of grtds. Give us a trial. ltf
HAYDEN BROS , Omaha, Neb.
, All Farmers of Lancaster county who
are Interested In the Farm Mutual In
strance are requested to meet in K. of
L. hall on Monday Aug. 8, 181)1, for
the purpose of organizing a Mutual In
surance Co. Would like to have a rep
resentative from each Alliance present
J, X.M. SWHMBT,
Pawnee County Farmers' Alliance.
The rerular quarterly meeting of the
Pawnee County Alliance will be held
in hall over court room in Pawnee City,
(Saturday July 25, 18V1. commencing at
10 o'clock a. m , to elect officers and
transact other important business.
J. L. Clash, Secy.
Sesoktd.'Thkt the members of Ploas
nut Valley Alliance, No. 981, deem it
necessary to use all of tbe means in our
power to keep traitors out of our camp,
and thut we will not support any man
for office who was not connected with
tbe Independent movement at the last
C. L. Watkixs, I W.Clemxoks,
The miners' strike in Iowa has been
. Richards St Co., building contractors
t Omaha, nave made application for a
receiver to be appointed by the court.
Grasshoppers are reported to be very
vlentlful in Eastern Colorado, destroy-
' ' Notice. -The
rerulsr meeting- of the Perkins County
Alliance will be held at O rant, on Saturday
July Kith, at 10 a, m. All members who can
' do so are earoeatly reuqested to attend, ai
Hro. Hull, State Lecturer, will meet with us,
Secretaries will pleat forward reports and
duea promptly. T. A.Cwomok.
Blf Springs. Neb., June Si, 191.
John Heath and wife of Blair were pois
oned in Home mysterious manner. A physi
cian and a stomach pump tared their
lives. Suoplciou rested on a daughter
who ran away with a circus and was re
turned home by ber father, but she stren
uously denies any knowledge of the crime.
A circus vlnited Cbatlron. Tbe audience
at night was small but enthusiastic, and
growing tired of the delay iu starting the
performance, opened up the show by the
music ot their six-shooters. The lights
were shot out and the show people fled to
the police for protection. No performance
was given that night.
It it estimated that the Norfolk beet
sugar factory will pay the farmers on an
averape of 180 per acre for the crop they
are now raising. Twenty thousand acres
have been planted In the territory tribu
tary to Norfolk., and the factory will pay
out this year for beets and labor in work
ing them up the sum of tam.
Vm, WiUiarna of Chadron Is In Jail at
Omaha for giving an Indian whisky. The
Indian, Little Thunder, demanded a
drink from William, who was a tender
loot, and fearing the )oa of his sculp
complied with the requeat. Little Thun
der then Informed an offlrer, and as a re
nU-Wllllame Is compelled to appear in
the federal court,
A ghastly discovery was mads In tie
power bouse of one of l!ie elevator at
Chapman Q.I opening tbe door Mr !.
t Ht-ra found tbe body of a diad man.
about 43 yearn of age. lying in the smith
wet corner of the rouni In bl right
ban J be held a revolver A little to the
trft of h right eve wa a ghatly wound
It u appoc4 '.bat be hot uimw'.f
A year agu )en Owt-a. the bead of a
family rwidtuif near Wymore, wasltlnl.
toavtctedaud -tt to the penitentiary t ,t
l term ot year lur an alWd crime
it tare!. Heitittly t!i supreme ntr
Pm vm the and rI4 thai the e.
truce did not Uin the terdui. Jud
A plaie uuli prowmt'iiej tbe v au I
wrdrr4 that U te rH'aed trwtti tbe
Ibrtecti Ptunea a brought suit
ag4ib.t Mr br4r t Liatula ut w.-Urw
liultfru.tii tut u Mr Pinow m
lht thrutigh hu service Xr Hhwtty
Url ewaned Wiaa hnag acd that the
iatlttdea swt imlf his fee fur Ihe wojk
dotte by bias ia the .p4 mi t.
mwmt th; wunid pruv4 f ul .i
Mr Kawedy, mi aUu iuter sxra. bait
lre444atrapM ; : ,"
A ,wwry f wry pevuHat kte, m
ttfea tbliet are d 1 at, , jmt b.
f I aurart the aiiK uf 4
s 'isf I'm tt ra the nt
rae af tba t4riv) Ww it W Its
bstetkTtt a il SJMMle aw atNk,apt iv aa tlfMuf
s4rtia it Tay reertt ! a a fwul
tar :rih ftf fumwr aaxl talbist 14 "pet tAt-et
ir4tt" nM m k rt rwHMiiaa
Mure taaa ajrtiViic tl
tub only mm
1 5 I1T THE WEST
a Farmer uses in
S, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
fncolored Jspan Tea.-M, , . 43. SO. Wc
Kasket fired Tea VMs. 10. 2Se. "Be. 3o, 49a,
Young Hyson Tea - Sic, 4(ic. 4c. SOo.
Endlsb Breakfast Tea je to Wo.
Oolong Tea.-tfe to 4o.
This I the Bneat line of tea that was ever
offered la Omaha. Do not ssy to yourself
that we cannot sell good tea for these prices.
Bur a pound aod be convinced. If you do
not like the tea we will refund the money.
They are all worth two and three times the
WASH DRESS OOOD3.
Kew summer styles In Dress Gingham :-Sc,
SVte.se aad We pec yard.
Meat Sheeting Pnnts;-JI'4e per jo.
New styles in Cballlee:-i!!4e,o. 10c. Bo.
. Fancy flgured Sateen :-&o. se, lc and 15c.
Pialn black eateen: So, 10c, Ke. Uo le.
Sic. and Vie per yard. -
Plain Fast Black Lawn In remnants. So, Se,
and loo per yard. . .
Plain Fast Biack India Linen. lOo, 13!c, 16c,
Sue and Sc per yard. ,
Plain White Inula Linen, 5c, 7c, 10c, 12'4c,
ISo and l'Jo per yard.
Fancy Check. Stripe and lace atrlped In
white or ant black lawn from 5o a yard up.
An Inch wide be Batlatl, Vie per yard.
New tutenrer stylet la bathing flannel, 6c.
Sc and Wo per yard.
Good apron checked ainiratu. So per yard.
feinting price on M inch wide serges iVi yd.
All color in Boyal serge, dark tbadet 8'o.
Double width Beige Bulling o per yard.
The largest stock of table linen. Napilot,
towels and whits bed spreads Id Omaha, at
treatly reduced prices.
All leading- braud of muslin and double
width tbeetln at leas than wholesale price
In order to reduce Mock. , v , 1
. The date of the meeUngoftbe Lancaster
Conatjr Central Coromltteeof the People's
Independent party hat been obanged to Mon
day July 8th In K. of L. hall, at p.m.
Committeemen notice change of date.
O. H ott. Chairman,
FOIt HALK:-1!0 acres, ll miles from Lin
coln. N acre under cultlvatlon-13.500
oath 7 per cent Interest on balance. Addrett
owner care this ofllce. It.
Ooeper County Farmers' Alliance.
Tbe O o per County Farmers' Allianoe will
hold a regular meeting Tuesday July Cist.
Tbe time Is ohanged from the Wth to agree
with the appointment of State Lecturer O.
Hull, who withes to meet lbs member of tbe
Alliance on that day. The meeting will be
called to order at 10 o'olock. The reports and
election of otBoert will occupy the morning
so Hon. Bro. Hull will begin bit address at
1:30 p. in. It will be followed by a ditcuitlon
of the living iMuet of tbe day. This meeting
will be of great Interett to all member of tbe
order. W. H. 8tob, Co, Secy,
Women and Baseball,
We are slways glsi to obronlcle a new Idoa,
especially when It Is postetsed of tuc 4 great
merit as that which It now presented to us In
ths August number of Demorett's Family
Magsilne. which has just arrived. One of
tbe leading articles Is a game of baseball all
played out oa paper by meant of finely exe
cuted Illustrations with explicit deteriptieas
of each move. Those who have attempted to
explain a game of baseball tt a sitter, wife,
or wife-to-be. know what an almost hopeless
tatkttwat. Kow here is the whole tbirg done
for you, and so cleverly and clearly that
after reading It a woman will be as anxious
as any one of tbe other sex to see a match,
a id she will never again say, "Weill tihat Is
there In baseball, anyhow t" The article will
save you hours of explanation, and thowt
tbe enterprise of tblt progressive magazine.
which ttrlvet to give the p ibllojutt what
they want. Tblt August number it certainly
very attractive, and contain! over SOO fine
Illustrations, including a beautlfl wator col
or of "twallowt." It It published by W. Jen
nings Demerett, at 15 East ltth t., New York.
Price SO cents. Any of our local dealers will
be glad to supply It. it
The Union Party and the Parties of Dit-
The Farmers' Alliance, south and
west, did more last fall in one campaign
to bring the people of those sections in
to sympathy, avd to heal the breach of
the war. than all the oolitic ami riit.tr..
rio of the live an d twenty years since 1803
had effected. The new-born neoule's
party, while cementing the union of the
people of the west and smith U
to unite with them the people of the
east. "Divide and ennnuar" has lwn
ths ruin of thn nnlltml inaanlln. t . Ik.
Interest of the money power, and hith-
cnu iubj nave succeeded, oy tiieir poli
cy of inciting sectional jealousies, In
Dreventiuir the nwinla frnm Aottino to
gether in defence of their common in-
"Uuited we stand" is the motto of the
people's party, and in Its spirit they will
surely conquer. Let those who are
doubtful of the quality of the new party
movement bear in mind this most ob
vious fact upon which we have com
mented, that the people's party is the
party of national uuion, whilo tbe part
ies to Which It Is nnmuil llva nnl l.
appeals to sectional jealousy. The pvo-
pib a party win unng the union back,
for good and all Xtir Xation.
Dry Goods, Carpets, lotto!,
Shoes, Croceries, Etc.
JLargest Siock In the City.
Coontry Prxlure (butwr a4
egg) taken td exchange lr
u.rt bandit. Our aiure I
ke.i uattert fur tbe Urmenof
Ce IdiN an 4 r Streeu.
CALL FOR INDEPENDENT COUN
TY AND JUDICIAL CONVENTION.
The independent county and judicial
convention will meet in Lincoln on Sat
urday, the IStb day of August, la Bo
hauan's hall, at 1 a'clock p. m., for the
purjtoie of placing in nomination can
didates fcr three district judges for tbo
third judicial district; county treas
urer, sheriff, clerk of tbe district court,
county clerk, county superintendent of
public schools, county commissioner,
coroner, surveyor, county Judge; to se
lect delegates to the statu convention,
choose a county central committee, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before tne convention.
Toe number of delegates from each
ward of the city of Lincoln, and pre
cinct of the county shall be as follows:
Second ward ,
Little Salt prec't
North Bluff "
Olive Branch "
Hock Creek '
South Pass "
Stockton : "
Wes: Oak "
Yankee Hill "
Centerville prec't 8
Highland , "
No proxies will be allowed, but tbe
delegates ptesent will cast the full vote
of the delegation. Primary elections
for delegates to the county convention
shall be held on Thursday, Aug. 13th,
at such time and place as tbe eommit
teeman from each ward or precinct
shall designate. In tbe country the
polls must be kept open at least two
nours. In cities of the first and second
class the new election law require that
the polls shall be opened at 13 o'clock
noon and closed at 7 o elicit p. m. stan
dard time. Such call from the precinct
committeeman should be issued at least
two weeks before the primary, 1.' not
so made tbe chairman of toe county
central committee mar designate time
and place for noldlng tne primary.
In case of challenge at any primary
election to be held in this county of the
People's independent party, the judges
of said election shall require tbe party
desiring to vote to answer the following
questions under oath;
1. Do you Intend to vote fur tbe nom
inees of the convent! tn, delegates to
which are being voted for at this pri
mary election. a
2. Are ycu now a member of or do
von inteud to affiliate with the people's
independent party of Nebraska.
In addition to tbe absve the voter
shall be required to sign tbe declara
tion of principles upon which tbe call
for tbe state convention of 1-UO was
made. O. HtXL,
t'h'n Co. Cen. Com.
Sec'y Co. Cen. Com.
Notice of Examination for Appointment
to Military Academy.
On Friday the 31st day of July, 1891,
an examination of candidates for ap
pointment as cadet of the United States
Military Academy will be held In Broken
Bow, Neb., at the honr of 10 o'clock a.
m. All candidates must be residents of
the Third Congressional District. The
one passing the best general examina
tion will be nominated as cadet, the
next best as Alternate. Successful can
didate will bear expenses of examina
tion, and will have until Jane, 18'J2, to
prepare for final examination before
O. M. Kf.m, M. C.
, Old Settlers' Picnic. .
On account of rain, the old settlers
picnic for Lancaster county was post
poned to Wednesday the 23d inst. at
Cushman Park. Hon. L.C. Pace will
give an address, followed by several
other speakers. Let tbero be a good
turn out. Everybody can afford to give
one day with the early history of the
By order of executive committee.
H. VV. Habdy, Secretary.
Labor Day Notice.
There will be a meeting of the com
mittee of arrangements for L&w Day
on the 17th at 8 p. m. inK. of L. Hall.
Would like a report of all sub-commit-
tees. J. y. M. Swigabt,
Railroad Pssses and Politica.
The spell of a corporation over the
minds of public men is a mystery not
yet fully comprehended. The favor of
a railroad pleases men of a certain
grade, just as the smile of a prince might
please a lackey. It is very difficult for
Americans to appreciate such an un
manly weakness. Gov. Tillman, the
former governor of South Carolina, is
a case iu point. Tho aouse of railroad
passes was one of his favorite topics
when a private citizen. After his dec
tion the Richmond & Danville road sent
him a pass. Ills tatter of acknowledge,
ment could not fail to Interest any psy
chologist in the land, and Is quite sure
to be poudored deeply by the governors
constituents, luluiau savs:
"My tit st impulse was to return lt.be
cause in tbe past I have criticised mum
bers oi the legislature lor accepting free
passes, aud I do not care to be placed
in a false position. Hat, after thinking
over tne matter, 1 nave decided to ao
cept It iu the spirit in which I am sure
ycu offered it; because you know me
loo wen to suppose lor au instant i
could be lulluem-ed by so small a thing.
1 do not want to appear churlish or
pleayunUh by mUtaking courtesy for a
01 tiMi. 1 will therefore keep il aud use
it a occasion ouers.
This letter will fall with a "dull thud
upou many a hi have followed I iilmati's
short carrer. in rose suddenly from
the rank. ed led a successful assault
upon an ancient political ring, lie may
kuow the (litfereuce betweeo courtesy
aud a UiU, but he compromised his
position aot bis etituluistraUuti when
he at'c-pttd the btiim with the tpr
protUo that he was not to give a fnki
Iu the natural tmlrr of things, the
Ihk toes o trntMriatla will be con
ducted ly the public. When that nh
time come coieraore wl.l am be called
upua la S'.rike a baltnce sheet between
persons) grel and public duty, a (io ,
Vl.linaa has dm. A rsllft' to
a pti)Ui! fiiueiluuery I u.i only a ltl,.e,
but It t a Its upua ike reel el ths pub
l.c We nut ad I. lufideaially.tast the
ee pua.ee of rlifoad pae U very
b.4 pIU!c ",V
sawi.iijiasiiiim sta- seai iwinsjmj,eei
atMurol ftn (4 u , miM
east .f ?wi, betee- a, f . a.
a.tiaef. Ttu. f4, aeiVHaes'
loe parties ai app., mer(
4 f aaw a. Btsptti,
!.. . Hi3 L s-
Center CrsOnk Stationary and Traction Engines.
Oend for Catalogue. QUA. STATES General Agent, Branch House Lincoln, 17cb.
Appointments of State Lecturer. ,
Bro. O.Hull. State Lecturer, sends notice
of tbe following appointment. OSoers of
County Alliance are urged to arrange their
county meeting to correspond with tbete
dates, All members who can are requstted
to be present;
Fillmore County July 4.
Clay - is.
" S7. '
County Secretaries will notify me at onoe
where mooting will beheld in the various
counties. O. Hull, Greenwood, Neb.
Tbe following offlsert were elected, at the
meeting of the Lancaster County Alliance:
Pre. O. Hull. Greenwood: Vlce-Pret. J. V.
Wolfe, Lincoln: Sec. W. W. Kerlln, Baymond;
Treat. J. MoNabb, Lincoln; Lecturer T. B.
MsBride, Lincoln. Tbe Allianoe decided to
celebrate Labor Day In connection with tbe
varlout labor organization! of Lincoln. Etcb
Alliance should appoint a committee to make
arranvmenta. Go to work and make this
celebration a success. The next rerular
meeting of the Alliance will be beld In K. of
L. naif on O street between tenth and
eleventh ttreett, at one p. m., Aug. 1.
W. W. KEKLIX, SCO.
, i ' Notice.
Banner County Alliance will hold ltt next
regular meeting at tbe court house In Harris
burg, on July 17th and 18th. We give two
days ss there It but! nett of Importance that
will occupy considerable time. Let every
delegate be prompt In attendance.
E. M. Whiti, See. Wm. Lowma, Pres.
Prompt 8ervice Assured.
The Sullivan Transfer Co. is prepared to
do sll klndt of light and heavy draylng. pi
ano moving, etc. Household good and fur
niture handled with tafety by experienced
workmen. Make arrangments for having
your good delivered at ttate fair groundt
early and avoid the ruth of fair week. Office
corner 11th and O under State National
Bank. Telephone lit
it , CL'LLIVAH THAKIFKB CO,
A New Premium.
Mr. Marlon Todd's latest work, entitled,
"Pizarro and Jobn Sherman." should be ia
every Alliance library, and read by every
member. Price, 25 cents per oopy by mall.
We will send The Kakmkrd' ai.i.iancb one
year and thin book for only 11 ii, or will sead
postpaid on receipt of price.
Leese& Stewart, 331 S. 11th St.
Notice to Contractors.
The following brldir, were ordered ad
vertised by tbe county commissioners of
Cambridge. Bridge across Hepubllcan
river, six span, sixty icet combination, with
approaches. Said bridge to be bunt aoconKntr
to plans and specifications la tbe clerks olllce
at Heaver City, Neb.
Malone. bridge across Sapoar creek 48
foot span, Iron. 14 foot roadway, 3 Inch hard
pine noorlnv. approaches at each end.
Neaied bids recived on both combination
andiron. All bids must bo accompanied by
good and sufficient bond aud Bind In tbe
county clerk's olllce of ld county on or be
fore noon of July S. Mm. Commissioner
reserve tbe rlsht to rejeot any and ail bids.
Paid letting takes place at tbe above named
place July r. m. J. w. Omstkii.
June H, iml. County Clerk.
THE AULTMAN & TAYLOR COMPANY.
JLJULJu JDJCiol ID
10TH STREET NEAR HARNEY.
THRESHING MACHINE CO.
WESTERN :-: MANUFACTURING :-: CO.
M D. WELCH. SecTreasurer LlNCOLN, NEBRASKA,
Special Inside Prices and Liber
al Terms to Allianoes.
WE CAN SAVE
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No better Mower or Hay
Bake in use than the above.
Both are warranto! to be
well made of good material,
and capable of doing as
good work as any other
Mower or rake la tbe world.
Write us for particulars.
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F. L. LOOUIS, Wootorn Ilonagor, Omaha, Neb.
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THE CAPITAL MOWER.
THE UNION RAKE.
O. O. HEFNER,
SfflRE 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 and grin and take
half the pretits. I give my customers the benefit of small proiits and first clas stock
THE BEST CLASS BUYERS BUY FROM MY ESTABLISHMENT.
No horses peddled. Dont run a lottery, nor drop a nickel in the slot and see what
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HEFNER. Importer, Lincoln, Nebraska.
CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST.
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