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THE FAKMKltS' Al.I.TANOK. LINCOLN XEH. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 189).
The Fugitive Ex-Prcsidcnt Safe on
Hoard the Saa Francisco.
DISGUISED AS A SAILOR.
The Daring PUb by Which the Dictator
Escaped from aiparaMa, Aided
by Admiral Drowa Other
Valparaiso, Chili, Sept. 15. Balma
ccia has escaped from the cluthe of
hi enemies and is now safe on the high
eeas, under the protection of the United
States flag. All the time the soldiers of
the junta were guarding the snowy
passes of the Andes to prevent his get
ting into the Argentine Republic, and
the police of the new provisional gov
ernment were searching the monas
teries in and around San Diego for the
the fugitive ex-president, he was in
hiding in this city. Here he was more
apt to escape detection than anywhere
e!fnr his opponents never dreamed
that he would dare to remain in Val
paraiso, they being assured he had fled.
After many plans for his escape hod
been suggested, discussed and rejected
as too risky, one was at last hit upon
that it wim thought would work suc
cessfully. This was nothing less than
to have Balmaceda disguise himself as a
drankon United States sailor. The
clothing was sent ashore in a masked
loat by order of Admiral Brown. They
were smuggled by one of Balmaceda'i
faithful adherent into the house where
the ex president was in hiding, lie
carefully donned them, and after a close
inspection of his new and strange at
tire to see that there was noth
ing abont the get np which would
arouse suspicion, he stole out
by a rear entrance into the street.
In time be reached the spot in the har
lor that had been arranged upon. There
ho found a boat waiting. It was
mnnnod by sturdy United States men-of-war's
men. Balmaceda. still main
taining hU disguise, made his final
drunken stumble and fell into the boat.
It pushed off at once and in a short
time tho ex-president, all signs of ine
briety at an end, clambered swiftly np
the ropes and was saved. He went at
once to one of the cabins aft of the San
Francisco and did not again show him
self above deck. The San Fraucisco
left Valparaiso for Callao. Thence it
will sail fort'alitornia. Balmaceda may
elect to land at Callao, where many fof
his leading partisans have already been
taken by foreign ships, on board which
they sought refuge after the fall of Val
paraiso. . Admiral Brown's action will un
doubtedly, for a time at least, increase
the bitter feeling here towerds the
United States government, although the
admirals of the other foreign vessel
have taken prominent Bulinacediats
Only a Pleasure Party.
London, Sept. 15. A Constantinople
dispatch says the rumor of the British
occupation of Sign was canned by the
landing of a- party of British officers
comprising a pinnfc party last Saturdav.
They re-embarked Saturday evening
and the Yessel sailed Sunday.
Caught at ltd Came.
CAtmoiXTON, Ind., Sept. 15. Ilenry
Anderson, the man who last week
bought several farms in this vicinity
and expressed to the United States Bond
company at Washington, D. C, a pack
age said to contain a bond for $10,000,
has been indicted by tho grand jury for
obtaining money uuder false pretenses,
he having secured advances from sev
eral farmers until the money for his
bond was returned. The company to
which the bond was expressed cannot
be found in Washington and the $10,000
package is yet in charge of the United
States express company. Anderson re
fused to give any information concern
ing his former residence or occupation.
A New York lilac.
New York, Sept. 15.-Fire com
pletely gutted the building at 87 Nassau
street, and the old Commercial-Advertiser
building. The flames were dis
covered at 9:13 and by 11:10 both build
ings wore masses of ruins. Several
hundred employes of The Commercial
Advertiser made their escape by fire es
capes on the front of the buildings and
so far no one is injured. Loss not yet
Itrakeraea A Treated for Robbery,
Baltimore, Sept. 15. During the
past two years freight cars on the Bal
timore and Ohio have been entered at
Brunswick and goods taken valued at
thousands of dollars. William Fowler
and Jerry Morgan, brakemen, were ar
rest ed charged with the robbery. A
lurtion of the stolen goods have been
- Two Brother! Lynched.
Somerset, Ky., Sept 15. -The Gilii.
land brothers, James H. and Josiah,
were taken from jail and lynched for
the murder of Sheriff McCorgne of
Pulaski county. Both men protested
Kiicrruftil Chines 10(11 1st.
Peoria, Ills.. Sept. 15. A novel prize
tignt took place here between a China
man, LI Lung, and a negro named
t : f - , , rpL. c- , .
vjtuigo nwifr. xue ngni was lor a
puree ana the (Jmnaman whipped his
vpponent to a standstill
Fell Ioto the Well.
Topeka, Kan., Sept. 15. Joseph
England, the wealthiest farmer of this
1 county, and a prominent local politician
was form d dead in a well It is thought
he fell in while repairing the pump.
Reported Mine Disaster.
Pittsburg, Sept. 15. A dispatch
fromScottdale, Pa., says it is reported
that a terrible disaster occurred in the
Merrill mine, near Iteafcar. No par
Blocking Factory Burned.
Cincinnati. Sept. 15. Herman Klein
& Son's stocking factory at Bells and
John streets was gutted by fire. Lou,
$150,000; fully insured.
Patrick Brown, living four miles east ot
Broken Bow, was killed by a vicious bulL
He was found dead by bis hired man, who
found him in the pasture with his right
side crushed in. The ground showed that
a desperate struggle had taken place. The
animal had been dishorned. Consequently
the body wan not mutilated.
' Ninety-one entries were made at the
O'Neill land office Thursday by settlers on
the Boyd count v reservation land, north
of thi county. Over two hundred en
tries will be made before the rush is over.
The two new townships, embracing Butte
City and Spencer, are the ones being (lied
on, and as the land is excellent it is being
tCO up rai!(I.;.
POISONS FOR ARROWS.
Tarlon Qnoor Way I
They Were Obtained.
The osa of poisoned arrows is un
doubtedly of very ancient origin."
aid Dr. W. J. Hoffman, to a Washing
ton Star reporter. They are believ
ed to have been employed in Kurope)
in prehistoric times, and later on, ac
cording to Aristotle, Strabo and Pliny,
tho Celts and Gauls envenomed their
shafts with tho juice of a plant of the
genus hellebore. The Scythians pre
pared arrow poUon by mixing serpent
venom with the scrum of putrid blood,
and ether Instances are recorded in
literature of people about the Blank
sea and in Asia Minor who practiced
"The Ainos of Japan prepare a
poison for spreading upon bamboo or
metal arrow-points to kill game with,
a small portion cf fle.ih about the
wound being cut out before the ani
mal is cooked and eaten. In Java,
Borneo, New Guinea, and other of tho
Kant India idlnndrf tho sume practice
obtains to a considerable extent. The
poisoning of arrows prevails exton
dvcly in Africa, particularly on tho
wf-st count, in the Gaboon, among the
Somali and with the Bushmen. By
tho Bushmen tho juice of a plant is
used, mixed with the pulp of a venm
Tho best known and most active of
poisons is the woorara or ura.rl' of
South America. It is chiefly used for
tho tips of darts blown from the blow
gun, and the most important Ingrodi
snt is tho juice of tho plant from
which, strychnine is obtained, to which
is added certain other vegetable ele
ments and serpent venom. In Cen
tral America powons are also employ
ed on arrows and blow-gun darts.
The Caribs employ similarly a poison
made from the sap of a trco called tho
maneenilles.' The antidote was the
application to the wound of what wo
know as 'arrowroot.'
"Tho Scrls of northwostcrn Mexico
prepared poison by putting Into tho
ground a cow's liver, rattlcsnukos,
seorplons, contijwdes and other un
plonsiint things, and boating them
with a stick. Into the mixtures tho
urrow points wcro dipped. The
Apuchos and neighboring tribes wcro,
until recently, in the habit of smear
ing upon their arrows a composition
said to consist of decomposed deer's
liver and rattlesnake vonom. In some
instances crushed red ants are also re
ported to have been used. A micro
scopic examination of such a coating
uKin arrows obtained from .Apaches in
1871 showed tho presence of blood and
a crystalline substance that was np
rmrnntly rattlosuako venom. The
venom of sorpents retains its poisonous
propprties. when dried indefinitely.
Ono instance of poisoning by such aa
arrow mentioned to me was that of a
man whoso wound was a mora scratch
on the shoulder blade, but previous to
donth, which ensued, the llosh of the
man's back foil off, exposing Ihe rib$
and spine in several places.
"The Shoshone and Bannack In
dians Btato that the proper way to
poison arrows, as formerly practiced
by them, is to secure a deer and cause
It to be billon by a rattlesnake, im
mediately after which tho victim is
killed and the meat removed and
placed in a hole In tho ground. When
tha mass hns become putrid the ar
row points are dipped into it. The
Clallams of I'uget sound used to make
arrow points of copper, which wore
afterward dipped in sea water and
permitted to corrode. I have never
met an Indian who would admit tho
use of poisoned arrows in warfare
against man. In nearly all instances
when poisons nro prepared by Indians
tho operation is performed with moro
or less ceremony, chanting and in
cantation, for the purpose of invoking
evil spirits or demons. In their belief
the effects of poison are due wholly to
the presence in them of mulevolten
spirits or demons, which enter the
body of the victim and destroy life.
OHolllratlon of the Eye.
Samuel A. Avila, tho Republican
leader in the Kloventh ward in Brook
lyn, rocontly had his left eye removed
by a surgeon, says the New York Sun:
Thirty-ftvo years asro, when in his
nineteenth year, Mi1, Avila was badly
injured while he was at work in his
father s paint shop, a pioce of broken
nail having lodged in his eye. l?y the
advice of Dr. Agnew ho concluded not
vo have the piecj or nail removed, and
until lost March, when he began to
sutler with pains in the left sldo of his
head, he experienced no trouble from
it. Tho pains in his head became so
acute that ho consulted Dr. Matthew
son, who informed him that he was
Buffering from the very raro disease of
ossification of the eye, and that he
would havo to get it out. The opera
tion was successfully performed. Mr.
Avila says that he never had a better
time in his life than during the hour he
was under tho influence of other. The
small pieco of nail is still in the ball,
as the ball is so hard that the iron
cannot be rotnovod from it.
A contract has been lot fur a new oil
pipe line from the fields hear Pittsburg,
Pa., to Philadelphia, taking in the oil
fields of Washington and Green Mound,
W. Va. At the terminus there will be a
great independent oil refinery. This is sai l
to be in opposition to the Standard Oil
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chu'Aoo, September IV
WHEAT-Dewniber, DTSio; Mav, Jl.MtA
COKN-Octotwr. 541?; Mav. 43se.
VOKK-Otoher. flu!: May. $'.3 (XI.
I.ARU-Ootolwr. $l;H; May, :.3u.
KlbS-Ottoucr, May, $ti.S&.
Chicago Lira Stock.
Union Stock Yards,
Ciiicauo, Sept 15. 1
CATTLE-Estimated receipts, I0.00U head
Natives. (4 .4WtJ.i: cows and bulls, f3.UQ3.4U;
Texana. ?1.2.ii4S.0O; western beeves, Jiau.tW.
IkHIS-Estimated receipts, 18,000 head. Light
f.T.V&.V45: mixed, 4.M&i.); heavy, $4.iOJli.i.
bHEEH-Katives. $4. iba5.lt); westerns, S4.90
ai.tiu; Texans, IKJ.iVil.O I.
Kansas City Live Stock.
KAS8A9 City, September. 15.
CATTLE F-itimated receipts. 7,960 head.
Shipments, 8,61 head; steers l.i0jjA S; cows,
l.i&.' ": stockers and feeders. $1493.(11,
Steers were Qull and l,lt: lower; cows strong;
Texans steady to 10c lower.
HOU8 -Estimated receipts. 13, dim head. Ship
ments. W bead. Bulk, b4.KtfL4.ltt; all Trade.
(li.UUilp.in. Market steady. : t - .
f Omaha Llva stock. . ' :
I'noit Stock T ntm, t
Omaha, gept. 15. f
CATTLK-Estimated receipts, S.7t) head.
I.DKlto 1,501 bM&i.5n: 1,1(10 to l.SW, $4.1
fi.'ll; MJO to l.ilM. 3.5D4.W. choice cows, tt 5C
ft NO: common eows. I1.0u1.75: ffood fmdnra.
f -'..i.ou; common ieeaers, tz.zadx.KJ.
....... . 4 - i. . r- !r
Light. f4.io.HI; mixed. 4.iiai.U6;
f4.tu$5.12). Strong to 5c higher.
Assistant-Lecturer Pratt a Appointments,
Froid, Deuel county,
liarrUburg, Banner " "
Gering, Setts Bluff, "
Alliance, Box Butte "
. Southern Cherry" "
Brewster. Blaine " "
Taylor, Loup " "
Bartlett, Wheeler " "
Loup City, Sherman ' "
Broken Bow, Custer " Oct.
Calloway, " "
Central City, Merrick" "
Gandy, Logan, " " 5.
The members of the Alliance in the
several counties should make evenr
effort to have these meetings successful.
Secure lUe attendance ot as many as
possible, bring your wives and children
and thus encourage our workers.
Notice to Coal Consumers.
I have been able to complete a rr aug
ments whereby we are better able
than we have been heretofore to make
satisfactory prices on all grades cf
Canon City and Trinidad coal, aa well
as the best grades of No them Colo
rado coat, over any line of road run
ning out ol Denver or i'ueoio. meir
capaci'y is sullicient to guarantee
prompt shipment. I will keep pur
chasers posted on prices upon applica
tion. The lowest possible wholesale
rates are obtniiied. Cash must accom
pany all orders.
J. W. HARTLEY, Mate Agt.,
Mrs. Benjamin Harrison has sent out a
circular to the agents of the National So
ciety of Daughters of the American Kevo
lulion, stating that a meeting will be held
in Washington Oct. 5.
The treasury report has found, after due
examination, that the act passed by the
legislature of South Dakota, ceding to the
United Mates Jurisdiction over public
building sites In that state, is ample.
The supervising architect's office of the
treasury department has completed the
modified plans aud accompanying specifi
cations for the government building at the
World's Columbian exposition.
By a decision in the United States dis
trict court for North Dakota, the railroad
commissioners and wheat inspectors of
that state ate perpetually enjoined from
interfering with the movement of wheat
. . For Sale.
A good six room dwelling house (new with
seven noreiof laud, situated la town, and a
first class creamery outfit, cans vats, etc,
in fact a comp ote outfit iu perfect Older.
Will sell on tlmo or exchange for lnnd or
stock. licit of reasons given for selling this
property. Address for particular,
14-U C. D, CcnvEA, Greenwood, Neb.
Notice 3 herebv irlvon that bv virtue of
1'.' execution! iesued by the cleric of the dU
t riot court of the Third Judicial District of
Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, In
six actions vrborein Arnott C Hioketts is
plaintiff, and In 8 aotions w heroin Levi r. M.
Essierclay Is plaintiff, and in 3 actions where
in Andrew J. Sawyer Is plaintiff, and In all of
which Lincoln Canning and Provision Com
pany In riefnmlant, 1 will, at I o'clock p m. on
tho 3d day of October, A. D. IBM, at the east
door of tho court house In the etty of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, ncd , oner tor saie at puo
lic auotion, the leasehold Interest of the Lin
coln Canning aud Provision CouiDnny In the
property hereinafter desorl bed, running until
tho 8th day of July, A. D. lKifi. together with
all rights of the lessee, the Lincoln Canning
and rTovlslon Company, thereunder as ap
pears from their lease of record In the oftUe
of the register of deeds ot Lancaster county,
Nebraska, and reoorded In book "H," of Mis
cellaneous Heoord, at page 438, which prop
erty Is a part of the s. e. i of section 15,
township IU, ranges east. In Lancaster oo in
ty, Nebraska, bounded and described as fol
lows: lleginnlng at the southeast corner of
block twenty-four (24) of the town of West
Llnooln according to the recorded plat there
of, aud running thenoe south on a continua
tion of the west line of Norman street of
West Lincoln, eleven hundred and forty (1 140)
feet, thence east at tlghtangles with the west
line of said Norman street eighty (8u feet, for
a starting point thence eaet Ave hundred aud
thirty (Mi) leet, thenoe north throe hundred
(iH)i feet, thence west five hundred and thirty
(tklU)fect thence south three hundred CKKi) feet
to place of beginning, all lines being parallel
lo or at right ana-Its with Norman tttreet, in
st Lincoln, together with all buildings
thereon except n little frame feed bouse, and
Including the engine, boiiers, fixtures and ma
chinery therein and thereon situate of every
kind and nature, comprising '. very thing be
lonulng to and connected lth the canning
and vinegar faotory of tho Llnooln Canning
and Provision company. And on the same
day at 3 o clock p. ni., under and by virtue of
said execution 1 will offer for sale at publlo
auction at the premises of the Lincoln Can
ning and Provision company In the town of
West Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska,
the following described personal property.
to-wlt: Ten hognbeads catsup Dot lies. 110
carrying orates (galvanized Iron), 25 large
shipping crates (galvantxid iron), 29 crates
pHrous bottouiigalvamzed Iron). 1 lot of wood
en crates, I lot of boxss In knock-down, 7 to
muto cleaning vats. 8 trucks, etc. Ho.
Given under my hand this iSith day of Au
gust, A. li., 1891. SAM McCLAV, Sheriff.
TO LOAN on Farms
In Snuth Busters Nebraska
at lowest ratei. Gall or
write to Hoom 112 bapemcnt Richards Block.
!?-2ra II. W. Uavis. Lincoln. Neb
"Keep in the Middle ol the Road."
People's party Medal f
Msdeofoltd Aluminum, the slic of a stiver dol
lar, netKlmvliout aauiucUaga twenty liveeeiiM'k-ce.
Aluminum Is atroiwerthnn iron iiiiU no heavier
than wood. Ills more valuable to humanity than
gold or silver. Its cost in bulk l no greater tlinu
copjier and it Is lcotuln cheaper Iroin day to Uav.
as improved. mrtiuHls of seuring tt are ilevlsed.
The best pmctlr.il Illustration of the fallacy of bar
ter mouoy. Its "lntrtuslcvalue"lsfargreatertli;:n
that of gold or silver, tlmngli their market value is
higher. The reverse sale of tiie luetlal contains the
wortls: "Commemorative of the KonmllnR ot the
People's Party Mav 1st hand 20th, 1SSM at Cincinnati.
Ohio." It Is sold lor the purooae or raising caui
paign funtlsfor the National Coiuraittoe.
PHIOB CO OBNTS.
Liberal discount to reform SDeakera and or rant -
It Is expected that msnr speakers will be able to
pay their way by the sale of this medal.
j- overynouv ooom lis sate.
in ordering state whether yon want the medal
attached to a pin to lie worn as a badge, or plain, to
Vie carried t s a pocket piece.
Address al orders to Alliance Pun. C .
VI I LL.
BEST MILL on Earth.
and Pin Breaker
to prevent accidents.
Rersibl, Self-Sharpening Grinding Plates.
SKXT ON Till A I, with all ether.
SATES 84 to 50 per cent, jrrindina; Feed. Fnlly
uarmnteed. tar-Send for uhutrued Oatalnex
il.n- SWEEP MILL.ilr
THE F003 JHFU, CO.. SpriaaAcId, Okie.
Will Sell You Dry Goods, notions, Hosiery, Cloaks, and Men's Furnishing Goods for Less than
Any Alliance Agency in the State.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES DURING FAIR WEEK.
(lootl J j. J j, Brown Muslin for 4Jc.
Indigo Blue Calicos for. . ; 5c.
Good unbleached cotton-flannel for 5c.
Best Cotton Shirting for. . . 7ic.
Table Oil Cloth 15c.
Cloaks, Cheapest in the City .
Ladies $4.50 Cloth Jackets for $2 98.
" 10.00 Plush " " C 18.
8.50 Fur Trimmed Jackets 4 98.
Childrens $4. 50 Long Cloaks for 1 98.
44 G.50 " 2 98.
Call on us.
1036 O Street
Improved farm of 160 acres IM miles
east of Trumbull, being 8. W. 4 Beo. , T. 8,
It. 8, Clay Co. Title good, no encumberances.
For particulars apply to or address.
4-4 m PHt! U. f.AiiZtAt.L,
Prompt Service Assured.
All kinds of light and heavy drayiwr, piano
moving, etc., done safely .by tho Sullivan
Transfer Company. Household goods and
furniture handled carefully by experienced
workmen. Large covered' vaas especially
deiigned for this work. Call at office corner
11th and O under State National bank, or
ring up Telephone 111. Satisfactory service
guaranteed. Bulivan Tkanf rsst Co.
Leese& Stewart!"" S. 11th St.
Poland China Pifjs for Sale.
Will hold my first annual pubho sale at my
farm 4 14 miles southeast of Ashland, Friday
September 25. 1801. Will have about seventy
five first-class pigs. Parties from a distance
will And conrei ance at depot to and from
farm. 10-Ot F. N. Muliutz,
F. M. Woods, Auctioneer.
If the person who took up a gray horse and
harness will return the harnoBS to Ensign s
farm or to Ensign's barn on South Eleventh
St.. Lincoln, he will oonfer a great favor on
tho ownor. The horse is fund,
If you have any land or improped farms for
sale or exchange for Llnooln property or for
anything else send us your list and wo will
give you a trade. We make farm 1 ans at 6
percent. Scout. Hdxouist Duos.,
11-lm 1 ' '- Beal Estate aud Loan CO.,
Corner 15th aud 0 Streets Llnooln, Neb.
The Western School Correspondence.
Farmer's boys and girls attention. Toil
can take lessons la arithmetic algebra, book
keeping, shorthand, grammar, etc., through
tho U. 8. mall, Tuition only $3 per term of
twelve weeks for any branch, 8end for cir
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved farms iu south eastern Ne
braska from three to five years at 6 per cent
interest. I also want to purchase school
bonds. Call on or address,
Joseph J. Kellv.
Richards' Biock. 9-3m Liaooln, Neb.
Taken up by tho undersigned, at my farm
one inilo north and one mile east of Sprague,
Lancaster couny. Neb., on the Slst day ol
August A.D., lt'Bl. One bay mare about 8
years old. No particular marks or brands
easily noticed. Owner can have same by
proving property and pBying costs.
14-31 F. W. Kkui.l, graguo, NeD.
T Those Who Rent Farms.
I will rent you farms in Nuckols and Web
ster counties, Nebraska for cash rent at Crom
$1.50 to J2.50 per acre per year, and at end of
five to ten years will give you a warrrnty
docd for land without lurther consideration.
10-4t 3. H. BncOART,
1240 O Street. Lincoln, Nebraska.
For Sale, Rent or Exchange.
I have a few well improved farms of good
value In south eastern Nebraska, of 60 to 380
acres each that I will sell or rent for tho com
lag year. Also a few nice houses in the city of
Lincoln which I will sell or exchange for
good farms iatbe right piace. John Casey.
2Uth and Potter St. 12-3t Lincoln, Neb.
Incubators and Brooders.
Best ever invented for hatching and raising
chickens. Brooders only t-VOO. Send for
circular. Address Geo. S. Sinorr,
t2-3m . Cardlngton. Ohio.
Money Savers for the People
Michigan City, Ind., Sept. 22,
Messrs II. R. Eagle & Co.,
69 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111
I want to say that I have bought gro
ceries 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
thew. W. H. Irekman,
Ex-Chairman Grievance Committee,
Division 800 Uroherhood of Locomo
Notice Is hereby irlven, that by virtue of two
executions Issued by the clerk or the district
court ot the third judicial dUtiict of Nebras
ka, within nnd for Lancaster county, in ac
tions wherein Bnraer Orris plniwitr. and
J.G. snd 0.11. H'ttchins are defendants. I
will at 3 o'clock p.m. on the 15th day of Cen
tembcr. A. D., ItWl, at east door o the Court
House In Oltv of Lincoln. I.ancaster county
Nebraska, offeror saie at publio auotion tho
following described real estate to-wit :
lot twelve (12) in block torty-nno (4l In the
wty or Lincoln, Lancaster county, neorasaa
(liven under my hand this utu day ot au
KUSt, A. D., 18D1. 8AM MC t. a r.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures. No Misrepresentation.
All. Cash Only.
MONITOR PIPE FRAME SHOEOPRESS DRILL.
With Pressure Rollers for Covering and
Packing Soil Over the Seed.
( ft shoe In.
with 2 Horse Hitch
with 58 Morse Hitch
For Prices and Terms Apply
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Our Constant Aim is
921 O STREET,
On Dress Goods.
One and one-half vard wide
and colored, worth 75c.
'W m. all woolblack cashmere
10 in.fextrafinewool cashmere,
Dressflannels from 5c a yard
Men's Shirts and Underwear.
Men's flannel shirts, worth 85c. for. .
" unlaundried shirts worth $1.00 for. :
u wool shirtsand drawers worth 75c for
" cottonsocks worth 15c. per pair for
jeans pants worth $1.50
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.
I DESIGNED WITH ESPECIAL, VIEW
A TO LIGHTNESS OF DRAFT.
( 3 horse hitch If ordered.)
( 3 horse hitch if ordered.)
to FRANK P. LAWRENCE,
JUST RECEIVING AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
AVE ALSO CAKRY A LARGE
to Give you the Best
A comparison of our styles and prices will
convince you that you should
trade with us-
Call stud See TUs.
dress flannel, all
black and colors worth Co for 49c.
One Price to
AND ROLLERS INDEPENDENT.
Lincoln, Neb., STATE AGENT.
Goodsat Bottom Prices.
OPP. P. O.
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