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THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY , SEPT. 3, 1891.
IN INDIANA HORROR.
A Tassenger Train nunges Orer a
ALL ON BOARD INJURED.
Tt Vln Wert ol Ktll4
Esrapsd CremM a.
riaac Canted tka Disaster nra
ad fciplMioa at Dearer.
"Evassvaix. Ind.. Septl .A wreck
ecurrad on tbe Cannelton branch of
th Lonisnlle. EvamviUe and St. Lonii
railroad, in which four Htm wtra lost,
thirteen badly hart and eighteen alight
ly injured. Tha Canga of ona of tbe
forward truciri of the engtna broke
vhi'.a tha train waa running at the rate
of about thirty tnilea an hoar. The
train at tbe time waa on a treetle two j
miles from Troy. Tha engine passed j
orer tbe trestle and plunged down an
embankment. Tbe train waa a mixed
ooe, tha passenger coach being next to
the engine. Tbe coach followed tbe en
cine into the ditch and rolled on top of
rt. It was occupied by about thirty
people. Tbe steam pipes gave way and
raiding steam entered tbe coach. Many
of the passengers were women and chil
dren and their screams were appalling.
Am soon as those who were slightly in
jnred extricated themselves, they began
the work of rescue. All wera gotten
out, but none escaped i n j a ry . M any were
no badly burned that their flesh was
cooked in places until it came off. Bar
bara Neimeyer, 18 years, daughter of a
wealthy farmer of Perry county, waa
taken out dead, having been terribly
scalded. . Mrs. Cavanaugh of Troy, Ind. ,
was horribly burned and will die. Her
little 10-yer-old ion was taken from the
wrecked coach and died before reaching
home. Ema Schae, 10 years, died after
being taken out, from her terrible burns.
" Jacob App. engineer, and Fireman John
Tolle went down with the wreck. Both
were scalded, but not fatally. Con
tactor James Gordon is dangerously
urt. having a number of ribs broken.
'The scene of tbe wreck is isolated and
the information is meagre. Only one
telegraph wire reaches it and that has
been down for hours. It is impossible
. to learn the names of the injured. A
physician at tbe wreck said that the
death list would probably reach ten or
Fir and Esulotion at Denrer.
Denver, Sept. 1. About 3 p. m. fir
"broke out in the Rirby house, on Fif
- - aMti iMa . Whils the firemen were
fighting the fire a carboy containing
fifteen cans of gasoline, on tbe first
floor, exploded and blew a great hole tn
the front wall. T. E. Rowley, who was
-on the sidewalk in front of tbe house,
was blown into the middle of the street
"and fatally injured. Several other per
sons were injured by being struck by
flying brick, but none of them seriously.
The damage to the bouse is about $3,
000; no insurance.
Accidents In tha Adirondack!.
"Wateriowx, N. Y., Sept. 1. A
pec ial dispatch from the Adirondacki
aayst A young man named Harlow wai
ocidently ahot through both legs by
his brother Alfred, at the outlet of the
'Cranberry lake, Saturday and died Sun
day morning. Both brothers resided
with their widowed mother at South
Edwards. Near Cranberry lake a guide
named McCnllom was shrt by a sports
man named Mullin. who mistook him
for a deer. It is believed the wound ii
Steam Barges Collide.
' "Detbojt. Mich., Sept. 1, The steam
"barges Jenks and George W. Morley
vera in collision in the Detroit river
nd the former sank almost immediate
ly Tbe captain's wife and the engineer
nd fireman of the Jenks were killed.
THE W OSLO'S FA'.R.
Our Comal at Bombay Charged with a
"Niw York, Sept. 1. The Hon. Henry
Ballentine, United States consul at
Bombay and special commissioner of
the world's Columbian exposition to
India, will take passage on the steamer
City of New York on Wednesday for
the Orient. Consul Ballentine has com-
fdeted arrangements with the . world's
air directors for bringing an entire In
dian village to Chicago in 1893 for the
purpose of exhibiting every phase of
Indian life. Mrs. Ballentine, who ac
companies bcr husband, has been ap
pointed a special commissioner for the
ladies' department She says the at
tempt to bring high caste Hindoos and
Mahommedans has only been sacapssful
m one occasion. At the exhibition at
Sooth Kensington, in 18S3, an Indian
village was imported by the English
government at an outlay of $230,000.
The citizens of Chicago have guaran
teed JjOO.OOO to import these people.
Fernesu't Expedition loit.
Paris. Sept. 1 The government has
received a dispatch announcing that
Farneau's expedition to explore tbe val-
ley of Shanghai, Cayen. Central Sondan
and the French Congo, was attacked by
&a::vet ana sixteen tinea ana thirty'
one including Farnean himself, wound'
d. All the merchandise and a number
of r.es belonging to tbe party was lost,
A Seniatioa la Tennessee,
Nashville. Tenn.. Sept. X. Senator
Polk of Maurv county will Introduce in
the senate a resolution setting forth that
the miners of Briceville are in a state of
insurrection and empowering the gover
nor to call out such troops as art neces
ary tc suppress their unlawful acts
The introduction of tbe reaolntion will
create a sensation.
,. Cortr. Pa., scorched.
Buffalo. Sept t. -Fire at Corey. Pa.,
early ie the morning destroyed the
Oswavo house, Roberts Bros,' store,
Carter's house. The Valley Mail office,
Packet:' rng store. D H. Miller's
office. Lampier's livery and the res
dence of A. Kimball. Total loss about
fJO.uOO: partially insured.
Eight Houses Burned,
Pella, la.. 9ept 1. Fire here de
stroyed eight business houses and rest
deuces. Loss about $10,000, Origin of
the lire unknown; little insurance.
Ex-Congressman Scott Failing;.
Eeie, Pa. Sept. 1. Ex-Congressman
"W. L. Scott passed a bad night and was
preceptibly weaker. Doctors Pepper
and Brandes decided that it would be
unwise to attempt his removal te N'ew'
twrt in his present enfeebled condition,
Dr. Pepper returned to Newport
" 1 ' 'I r ! i
Garfield's Son Defeated. -
Cleveland, Sept 1. James R. Gar
"field, eon of "the late -president, was de
feated for the Republican senatorial
nomination in the tweutv-fonrth dis
trict here by ex-Speaker . Lampson of
.Ashtabula. ' ;. , ,
Rock Fall, Phelps Co. S.'pt. 17.
Ulysses , ,' ',. Sapt 13.
Red Cloud 15- "
North Platte " it.
McCook ' Oct. 7.
The editor of this paper don't know
anything about freight rates, but he a
enabled to give the following cold facta
from the North Platte Independent Era:
Louis Smith, of Garfield, bought a
thresher with traction engine at Waynes
borough, Penn. Freight irom that point
to Omaha. $40.60, from Omaha to Brady
Island. H'-MMO. '
T. T. Maroctt, of Brady Island,
shipped a car- load of lumber from
Davenport, Iowa. Freight from Daren
port to Omaha, t23.15; from Omaha
to Brad? Island, J7L75.
Wm. Beattv.of Biady Island, shipped
from New York three mowing ma
chines. Freight to Omaha, $0; from
Omaha to Brady Island, tl3 40. '
T. T. Marcott shipped from Brady
Island to Chicago a car load of wheat.
Freight to Omaha, 22 cents per hundred
pounds, from Omaha to Chicago, 8
cents per hundred pounds.
That Nebraska will in the near future
he as noted for its orchards as western
New York is easily apparent to any one
who has time to travel. The quality of
Nebraska fruit is easily equal to the best
and in color and size is su perior to most.
It is not unusual to find orchards of
moderate size yielding a handsome In
come. In our own orchards we are
keeping careful count of the yield of va
rieties and find certain leading varieties
yielding at rate of about 1,000 bushels
per acre. E. F. Stki-hehs.
Notice to Coal Consumer.
I have been able to complete an ar
rangement with J. J. Thomas of Den
ver, Col., whereby we are better able
than we have been heretofore to make
satisfactory prices on all grades of
Canon City and Trinidad coal, as well
aa the best grades of No' them Colo
rado coal, over any line of road run
ning out of Denver. Their capacity is
iuflicient to guarantee prompt ship
ment. I will keep purchasers posted
on prices upon application. The lowest
possible wholesale rates are obtained.
Cash miiBt accompany all orders. -J.
W. Hartley, State Agt.,
ft. r. .Siepucus of ortile huisuIrs
brought in a basket of Moore's early
grapes. ' This fine variety, of Concord
parentage, will be widely planted as
soon as better knowti. ' As healthy and
hardy as its parent, of excellent quality,
fairly productive, large bunch and berry,
our host early crape, lsy planting a
number of varieties grapes may be had
in abundance from early in August un
til Christmas. No place so limited in
room as to be unable to have a few vines
ru auing on fenoos or over out buildings.
Those who have plenty of room will of
oourso trellis on wire. ; j ; 'j
Klsewhere you will see the advertise
ment of . F. Rutherf ord.dealer in grave
stones, etc. Mr. R. la a good independ
ent and deserves the support of ail in
dependents. SPECIAL NOTICE.
To all Friends of the Independent Move
ment and of The Farmers'
Wo want special agents in every
county to attend the County Fair and
soo.ire subscriptions for this paper,
peeial terms will be given. Apply to
M. Thompson, Corner 11th and M
streets, Lincoln, Neb.
As next week is Fair week we hope to
meet many Insurance men from differ
ent parts of the state. Let us get ac
quainted. Please call at the Alliance
headquarters any evening, but on
Wednesday evening let 11s talk Cyclone
nsurance. J . 1 . M. sswioekt
W 0 want you to ask your grocer for
German and insist upon having it. It
is tao best made. or salo by all lirst
lass stores. German Yeast Co.,
0 Omaha, Neb.
nrv. spurgron Rallies.
Londcx, Sept. 1. Mr. Spursreon iiii
rallied from the relapse which he suf
fered. THE MARKETS-
Chicago Oraln and Provisions.
CnicAoo, Sept. 1.
VHEAT-Spptemlier. 99c; Decembr"$l 01t
CORN-Sentember. 6.IU0. Octolier. Hue.
OATS-Septeraber, S8C(,c; October, U:A
October, 10 tt.
LAHD-S.'pt?mber, 8.7: October. $il.75.
September, fn Si; October, SS.Uib.
Chicago Live Stock.
UMo?f Stock Yards, I
Chicago, Sept. 1. 1
CATTLE-Estlmated recelDts. 9.0()O had.
Native U 0ig6.i, cows mil bulls, $.103.60:
Texans. $l.S(i&.!.K Steady
HOUS - fcsumatert receipts 11.000 bead.
Hovy $1. Jii mixed to medium, lS4.!?)itt
6 40. I:at. J IXifc).6ii Steady
SKBEP-Satives, Ki iVaiia; xvesttrni S4.00
$4 ii. Texsuj, fci w.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Sept. L
CATTLE-Estimated receints. 9.310: shln-
tne:;:. 6.2T0 ui S3 00i&.i.i. cows, $1 liftd
3 IX;. MJCKe:-! Sad .'eedei'4. Ji.jOi.Jj. Market
HOG?-Estimated receipts. TIKI head. Shlo-
mer.ts. I.S'k- Bulk.fM Y.VjJV-Ji; all grades, S3.30
aJ.-" Market stesiy.
Omaha LIts Stock.
i ; f Union Stock Yards. I
' - Omaha, Kept 1. 1
CATTLE-Estimated recetnta. L8U0 head.
l.SKt to I. .W0 lbs. So.imjL.Y50: l.liU to 1.303 lba.
$4 OOHJo Hi: ) to I;1I4I lba. 1 fi.V&4..V); rhoira
cow. S2 On?!: 7.1: common cows, Sl.00di.f5:
good feeders. 52.?5a3.5ii; common feeders, Si25
&! US. Market active and strong, cows higher.
nuua tstimatea receipts Ainoneaa. l.ignt.
J4.7i;t.V 15: mixed, H KifaiJiO; heary, RSU3&.0U.
Market strong to 60 higher.
Alliance State Agency.
25c suspenders for
10 cents. '
Red Cross ColFee
22 1-2 cents.
Good Flour only
75c per sack.
A Fe'iahle Firm.
Mondjy afternoon our hired man
wended hit way into the mammoth
drf goods house of J. W, Winger &
Co., 1109 O street. And If indica
tions argue anything it is that they are
selling goods as cheap as the cheapest
and as good as the best. We take
j take great pleasure in informing our
readers ana inenas mat mey nave
put forth every effort possible to sup
ply their store with all kind of goods
suitable fot the fall season trade.
Their siock of Dress Goods, Flannels,
Blankets, Underwear, Muslin, Ging
hams. Shirtings, and hosiery is very
large and cheap. Their stock of
cloaks is immense, and they are pre
pared to sell cloaks to suit the rich,
the poor, the fat or the lean at prices
that would surprise the most sanguine,
and we advise you to call ar.d exam
ine them before buying elsewhere.
Everything they sell is as represented,
and should they not prove satisfactory
they will refund your money as cheer
fully as they took it. They are not
like some firms that have come to
our city from other places claiming to
sell you goods way below cost, etc.,
who only stay for a shrrt time and
then skip out. But they are an old
and reliable firm, having located in
our city some years ago and put forth
every effort possible to make Lincoln
what it is today, and we can cheer
fully recommend them to our readers
as a reliable firm. Remember the
place, 11 09 O street. , ;
Fine Hog Sale.
I will sell at public miction on Tues
day, September 23, 1801. at my farm
two and a half miles northeast of Neligh.
Anieiopo county, jxeh., about 100 lieaa
of thoroughbred Poland China and small
Yorkshire swine, young and old, male
and female. We furnish no fancy
pictures to imprers you that we own all
the best hogs. This will be the largest
nog sale ever held lr the state and will
Include many tine show animals nome
of which have takea premiums at ovr
state fair. There will also be our entire
lot of Plymouth Rock fowls of both
sexes among the offerings. Early
lunch at noon. Sale begins at 12 o'clock
sharp. We will run teams from Neligh
up to 11 o'clock on day of sale. Terms:
Six months time on good security at 10
per cent interest. Five per cent off for
cash. Parties wanting time must bring
recommendations from bankers. ,
L. H. Suter, Prop.
Col. F. M. Woods, Auc.
Improved farm of 160 acres V,', miles
east of Trumbull, being- 8. W. i Sea. 9, T. 8,
H. 8, Clay Co. Title goo1, no encuraberanoes.
For particulars apply to or address.
Trumbull, eb. .
T Those Who Rent Farms.
I will rent you farms in uckols and Web
ster counties, cbraeka for casb rent at from
(1.60 to (2.50 per acre per year, and at end of
Ave to ten years will give you a warrrnty
deed for land without further consideration.
10-st J. H. Shuoart,
1-J40O Street, , , Lincoln, ebraska.
Notice .i hereby given that by virtue of
IS executions issued by tbe olerk of the dis
trict oourt of the Third Judloial Olatriot of
Nebraska, within and for Lancaster oounty.ln
ix actions wherein Arnott C. Klckeus is
plaintiff, and in 8 actions wherein Levi F. M.
Gasterduy is plaintiff, and in 8 actions where
in Andrew J. 8awyoris plaintiff, and in all of
which Lincoln Canning and Provision Com
pany is defendant, 1 will, at i o'clock p m. on
the 3d dav of October. A. D. 18111. at tbe at
door of the court bouse in the city of Lincoln,
utnruBier county, neu , oner lor saie at puo
Ho auotion. tbe lease bold interest of the Lin
coln Canning and Provision Company In the
property nereinarieraeaorioea.runmng until
the Hth dav of Julv. A. D. 1HX). toiretber with
all rights of tbe lessee, the Lincoln Cauntng
ana rrovision company, inereunaer as ap
pears from their lease of record in the office
of the register of deeds of Lancaster county,
Nebraska, and recorded in book "H," of Mis
cellaneous Kecord, at page Wit, which prop
erty Is a part of tbe a. e. H of sootlon 15,
township 10, run if 08 oast, in Lancaster coun
ty, Nebraska, bounded and desorlbed aa fol
lows: beginning at tbe southeast corner of
block twenty-four (34) of the town of West
Ltnooln according to the recorded plat there
of, and running tbence south on a continua
tion of the west line of Norman street of
West Lincoln, eleven hundred and forty (lll
feet, tbence east at rlghtangles with the west
line of said Norman street eighty (HO) feet for
a starting point thence east Ave hundred and
thirty (Situ) leet. theuoo north three hundred
(Hum feet, thence west five hundred and thirty
(51J)fet thence south three hundred (HOP) feet
to piece of beginning, all lines being parallel
to or at right anglts with Norman street, in
west Lincoln, together with ail buildings
tnereon except a little rrame reea nouse, and
including; tbe enKine.boilers, fixtures and ma
chinery therein and thereon situate of every
I kind anil nature, comprising everything be-
luuiring w aim uonueviea wim me canning
and vinegar factory of the Lincoln Canning
-na rrnvision company. Ana on tbo same
day atn u biock p. m.. under and by virtue of
said execution 1 will offer for tale at public
auction at the premises of the Llnoeln Can
ning ana provision company tu me town or
West Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska,
the followtns: described personal property.
to-wlt: Ten hogsheads ratsup bottles, 110
oarrylng crates igalvamzed iron), 25 largo
shluplnir crates (valvanized iron), 29 crates
pnrnus hoUomigalvanlied iron), 1 lot of wood
en crates, 1 lot ot noxas in Kiioca-uown, 1 to
niato cleaning vats, 3 trucks, etc., etc.
Given under ray hand this Mh day of Au
gust, A. 1)., ISM. 6AM McCLAi", Sheriff,
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of two
executions Issued by the olerk of the district
court of tbe third Judicial district of Nebras
ka, within and for Lancaster oounty, tu ac
tions wherein riooxor urr is pinintm, ana
J. G. and C. H. Hutchins are defendants.
will at 2 o'clock n. m. on the 15th day of Sep
tember. A. D., lMU. at east door ot the Court
House in Citv of Lincoln. Lancaster oounty,
Nebraska, offer for sale at publio auotion the
following described real estato, to-wit:
lt tweivc(Ui) in block forty-one (41) in the
City of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska.
tilven under my nana this ran a ay or iu
gUSt, A. 1)., 1NU. CAM MIX LAY.
Notice to Contractors.
Nntiae la hereby aiven that sealed bids for
the erection or h school house in school dis
trict No. 117, In North Bluff precinct will be
received by the school board or said district
Plans and specification for said buiidinarcan
be found at tne residence ot Mr. A. i. King,
moderator, on 8. W. section 7. T. '11. K. t.
All rlils must be received on or before Pent,
.Mil, lswt, and the board reserves the right to
reject any ana an bios. signed.
A. u. iviHO. Moderator
Jeremiah Noi.uk, Director.
r. J. 1UH1KB8, .treasurer.
Dated Aug. 24, 1891. ll-r.'t
; Money Savers for the People.
Michigan City, Ind., Sept. 22, DO.
Messrs. H. R. Eagle & Co.,
.. 08 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 11L
' I watt to say that I have bought gro
ceriea from you for seven years, and al
ways got good goods and saved money,
Should be glad to have other members
patronize you, and know you will please
them: ' W. H. Frekmak, ; 1
Ex-Chairman Grievance Committee,
J'-".', Pulsion 800 B. of tVB.
ffilllK IlfflP ffif IB!
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS OUFHT,
Will Sell You Dry Goods, notions, Hosiery, Cloaks, and Men's Furnishing Goods for Less than
Good L. L. Brown Muslin for. 4c.
Indigo Blue Calicos for. 5c.
Good unbleached cotton-flannel for 5c.
Best Cotton Shirting for . 7c.
Table Oil Cloth 15c.
Cloaks, Cheapest in the City.
Ladies $4.50 Cloth Jackets for. $2 98.
" lO.OOriush " " G 8.
8. 50 Fur Trimmed Jackets 4 98.
Childrens $4. 50 Long Cloaks for 1 98.
" -6.50 " 2 98.
Call on us.
1036 O Street
Prompt Service Assured.
The Sullivan Transfer Co. prepared to do
all kind! of light and heavy raying, piano
moving, etc. Household goods and furniture
handled with safety by experienced workmen.
Make arrangements fcr having your goods
delivered at state fairgrounds early and avoid
the rush of fair week. Office corner 11th and
O under State National Bank. Telephone 111.
Sullivan Transfer Co.
An Old Soldier Bida Farewell to Soup
, And Hash.
Mr. F. P. MoMillon, of Frontier county, an
old soldier who was getting very thin and
poor in eonseqeenco of hif teeth. He had
been unable to eat anything but spoon victu
als and hash for several years. After ex
hausting the dental skill of the west he came
200 mile to Dr. Burrui and got a fine set of
teeth that he could eat with, and went homo
20 yean younger. 7tf
LceseA Stewart. 231 S. 11th St.
Will hold my first annual publio tale at my
farm 4 1-2 miles southeast of Ashland, Friday
September 25, 1801. Will have about seventy
five flrstrolass pigs. Parties from a distance
will find convej anoe at depot to and from
farm. 10-6t F. N. Mulertz,
F, M. Woods, Auctioneer.
For . Exchange.
If you have any land or improped farms for
sale or exobange for Lincoln property or for
anything else end us your list and we will
give you a trade. We make farm leans at e
per cent. Bee us. Hulquist uros..
11-lm . Beat Estate and Loop Co.,
Corner 16th and O Streets Llnooln, Neb.
The Western School Correspondence.
Farmer's boys and girls attention. Tou
can take lessons In arithmetic, algebra, book
keeping, shorthand, grammar, etc., through
the TJ. S. mail, Tuition only 3 per term or
twelve woeks for any branch. 8end for cir
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved farms in south eastern Ne
braska from three to five years at 8 per cent
Interest. I also want to purchase school
bonds. Call on or address,
Joseph J. Kelly.
Richards' Block. 9-3m Lincoln, Neb.
For Sale, Rent or Exchange.
I have a few well improved farms of good
value in south eastern Nebraska, of 80 to 3fl0
acres each that I will sell or rent for the com
ing year. Also a few nice houses in the city of
Lincoln which I will sell or exchange fer
good farms In the right piace. John G abet.
2lUh and Potter St, 12-31 Lincoln. Neb.
Kntlru. la hnrohT riven, that br virtue of an
order of sale iBsued by the Clerk of the Dis
trict court or thu secona juaiciai winm-v ui
Nebraska, within and lor Lancaster County,
In an action wherein A. H. Weir Company
isplalntlffand William B. Turner, D.L. Brace
and (iAnrore K. Hlireiow (narwier h dwi
Hlgeiow). fi.ra T. vance, mm mi i irawr,
William J. Hitker, John E. Graham, Balrd
H rot hern. T. r. Timmons. C. N. Iietz and
John r'orberger are defendant. I will a Z
o'clock p. m.. on the 1st day of September. A.
li. 1W1, at tne nasi aoor 01 m .un. nius
in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County.
Nebraska, offer fer sale at publio suction tbe
following described real CHtale, to-wlt:
Lot nineteen (!)), in oioca tnree ) in Madi
son fouare addition to the city of Lincoln.
Lancaster County, Nebraska.
Given under my nana turn ire in 017 01
July, A. D. 1S91. , SamMuClav.
E. F. RTJTHEFORD,
MARBLE AND GRANITE;
Monuments, Gravestones, Etc.
StlOCumlnirSt.. Omaha, Neb.
rorrpsoondenoe respectfully requested. Or
ders filled by mail. 12-lm
200 POLAND CHINA HOGS.
Our Dlsr crop thin neason is the best we have
ever raised. Wn have fifty splendid boars of
March and April tarrow. witn plenty ot oone
and good quality, and about sixty pilts out
of first claas sows and Kot by such boars as
Way Vy 4141 (SI and Kinir Rival. We are now
I ooklnir orders. Onr Herd is built up ot the
choicest blood and win Dear inspection.
Come and see us or write at once.
BRANSON & BUFF,
12-2m - Wavetly, Nebraska.
Farm S 1-a miles Southwest of Waverly.
Incubators and Brooders.
Best over invented for iiatchlng and raising
chickens. Brooders only J5.00, Send for
oircular. Address Geo. S. Singer,
12-3n Cardlngton, Ohio.
TO LOAN on Farms
in South Eastern Nebraska
' owest rates. Call or
write to Room USbafoment Richards Block.
12-2m i . - H. W. Davis, Llnooln, Neb.
L. W. Drisklu ; ; jGao. P. Driskjll.
COUNTRY TRiOB SOLICITED. '
Flans and estimates furnished. Will take part
trade Tor work. Address u. vr. imiSKRLL,
IK Buolld Av. UHm f Lincoln, Neb.
1036 0 STREET.
Any Alliance Agency in the State.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES DURING FAIR
Everything Marked in Plain Figures. No
All. Cash Only.
With Pressure Rollers for Covering and
Packing Soil Over the Seed.
a ) 8 Shoe 8 In. with 9 Horse Hitch (3
B,"-s ' 1U Shoe 6 In. with Horse Hitch ( 3
For Prices and Terms Apply
Why Attend the Fremont Business College?
T. K HAMLIN President,
ECAUSE we have the best Theory Room in the state, in point of light, ventilation and general attractiveness.
ECAUSE we have the finest series of business offices in the northwest.
ECAUSE we have the most elegant Reception and Recitation rooms to be found anywhere.
ECAUSE we have the most complete and elaborate equipment of money, merchandise, railroad tickets, freight
and express blanks, and ail papers that can be used to add to the perfection of the Actual Business uourse.
ECAUSE we do not advertise goods and accornnidations that we have not in stock.
ECAUSE all who come and investigate report that our rooms and appurtenances are in every way superior to
ECAUSE our "Theory of Business" Course is as broad and Comprehensive as that of any Business College, while
our Actual Business Exchange is unapproachable.
BECAUSE we can save you about $5.00 a moath in tuition and board.
BECAUSE we will give you the Business Course. Greek, Latin, French or
price of one scholarship. Address for circulars,
IS JUST RECEIVING AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
Goods; Boots, Shoes, Hats,
CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.
Our Constant Aim is to Give you the Best Goods at Bottom Prices.
A comparison of oiir styles and prices will
convince you that you should
trade with us-
Call gtnci See Us.
921 0 STREET,
One and one-half yard wide dress
and colored, worth 75c. for
;f in. all wool Mack cashmere
40 in. extra fine wool cashmere,
Dress flannels from 15c a yard
Men's Shirts and Underwear.
Men's flannel shirts, worth 85c.
nnlaundned shirts worth $1.00 for 50c.
wool shirts and drawers worth 75c for 43c.
cotton socks worth 15c. per pair for 10c.
jeans pants worth $1.50 for 98c.
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.
FRAME SH0EQPRESS DRILL.
to FRANK P. LAWRENCE,
CAREY A LARGE
flannel, all wool Hack
black and colors worth 65 for 49c.
Misrepresentation. One Price to
DESIGNED WITH ESPECIAL VIEW
TO LIGHTNESS OF DRAFT.
AND ROLLERS INDEPENDENT.
Lincoln, Neb., STATE AGENT,
Germnn and the common branches for the
FREMONT BUSINESS COLLEGE.
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