Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1891)
THE FAKMEKS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1891.
THE OLD SKIP LEAKS BADLY.
IE WANT YOUR
DETHLEP GETS THERE
We pay the highest market price and
Promptly on receipt of goods.
Ship direct to the biggest retail butter and
egg house in the west and save commission
It will pay you to correspond with us on
W. R. BENNETT CO..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries, Hardware, Drugs and Furniture,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC.,
As Open letter John Irfhleft Ad
drMea s Communication to
bis Fellow German.
1508 TO 1514 CAPITAL AVENUE.
ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY,
THE STATE AOESI OFFEKS TH1I WEEK A FULL LIKE OF
AT BEDROCK PEIC23.
Granulated sugar per 100 lbi. . . .15 00
Extra 0 " " " $4 25-4 75
A Fine Young Hysen Tea per lb. 25
English Breakfast " " ". 25
line Unoolorod Japan Tea " " . 89
ft lbi Red OroM 0 ITee 1 00
Fiaest Moca and Java 2 lbi 60
Finest 3 lb cans Tomatoes per dcz 1 00
" " Sweet ooro " 1 0J
" Pie peaches ." 1 50
" " Table " ' 1 75
" O. O. plums " 1 75
" Salmon " 1 50
A good smoking tobacco per lb 15
Oatlins smoking tob icoo " 20
Stppho Flour per sack 75
White Ros 1 10
Pio Nio 1 20
Snow Flake " 1 SO
Horse Shoe tobaooo per lb ..... . 40
Str and Climax " 4U
Let Go, a good tobaooo. per lb 20
Hjrse Shoe soap, 40 cakes 1 00
Asgsodas White ltassian, 28 bais 1 00
Finest toilet soap per cake 5
03co nut oil aoap, two okes . . .. 5
A splendid high arm sewing ma
chine $20 00
Singer 0 15 00
Both warrantod for five years.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 5, 1891.
It is current reported on the streets
of Lincoln that "the d d Dutch"
bare been pacified and their soreness
covered with a balm by giving John
Dethlefs the position of deputy county
clerk under Mr. J. D. Woods. Allow
me to say that I know nothing about
the healing of the breech referred to,
but I do know that your humble ser
vant plays no part in such a game. If
my people bare been slighted or snub
bed by the republicans of Lancaster
county although I have been a faith
ful menber of the republican party for
twenty years, I would feel that I bad
gone back on my race if I should in
any manner compromise their humilia
tion through my aggrandizement.
The Germans of Lancaster county,
1,800 in number and paying one-fourth
of the taxes, are a free, honorable and
a llberty-lovlng people. They have
always been willing to bare their necks
to the great burden of taxation. They
will do as much as any nation of peo
ple to build up this great and beautiful
city, county, and grand stute of Ne
braska, and they now labor zealously
for that accomplishment.
Looking at the matter, then, after
mature consideration, I think the re
publican party in Lancaster county
made a studied effort to ignore us in
politics. My candidacy at the late re
publican convention was urged as a
recognition of the Ciertnun people. We
were led to the fire only to be asked to
pull stale chebtnuts therefrom; and
when we received only burns for our
pains, they try to puclfy uj with a
Now let us contrast this treatment
with that of the independent conven
tion. They have placed in nomina
tion Wm. F. Elfeldt for sheriff aud
Mat Mauol for commissioner. Both
of these gentlemen are of my national
ity. The Germans, then, feel that a
home awaits them in this new party of
the people. There they are recog
nixed and honored when their morits
deserve recognition. I feel it my sol
emn duty to go with the people I love
so well, and to labor with them for the
advancement of the people's independ
ent party. John Dethi.eks.
eek oi) press Goods ai)d Cloaks.
Double width half wool Cashmere, our 15c
quality for 10c.
34 inch American Cashmere, black and colors,
our 25c quality for 18c.
36 inch Enehsh Cashmere, black and colors,
our 35c quality for 24c.
36 inch Wool Plaids and Stripes, our 37 l-2c
quality for 25c.
04 men, 1 1-53 yards wiae, uress jj lannei, our
50c quality for 39c. .
40 inch French Cashmere, all pure wool,
twenty-five shades to choose from, our 65c
quality for 49 c.
samples or tnese items sent on application.
Send in your orders now. You won't buy these
goods again at these prices.
100 Double Breasted Cheviot Eeefers worth
$4.50 for $2.98.
200 Tight Fitting Beaver Jackets, worth $5
75 Double Breasted Astrachan lYimnxed
Cheviot Reefers, worth $8jOO for $4.49.
100 Vest Front' Tight Fitting Jackets worth
$7.00 for $4.98.
50 Plush Jackets, 26 inches long, worth' $1 0
50 Long Plush Cloaks handsomely trimmed
and lined, wortlr $16.50 for $12.98.
All of the above are in sizes 32 to 42 bust
measure. Buy a oloak while they are cheap.
1036 O STREET, FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.
THE POPULAR LOW PRICED DRY GOODS STORE.
WRITE TOE ANYTHING YOU WANT. I BUY DHY GOODS, CLOTHING,
ETC., AT CHEAPEST POSSIBLE PRICE AS PER ORDER.
CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS.
T."7U". HARTLiElf, eoxxt,
THE ONLY ALLIANCE
For all Affections oftlie Throat and Lungs
Such an colds, coughs, croup, nstlnnn, in
fluenza, hoarseness, bronchi lis find incip
ient consumption, mid for the relief of con
sumptive pntients in advanced stages of the
If your druggist does not handle, send
direct to W. 11. Howard 12th and N streets
Lincoln, Nebraska. lti
FOE BALE BY ALL DRUG0I3TS.
Having everything a Farmer uses in
Household Goods, Groceries and Provisions.
UTEfl 6EPT. Htfrarr uyw will to alvrn s enrJ on which thir pur'hun will he enteral until
jttnuuut tu itt. Tliie AilUirt t.t 1-uy.v to b:ue oard uumli.rod
which iroo.irw a gift hum the
Tbt greatest onikvtsikinff of theairettalver?lsour business and lnoreaeour Mail Order Depart
ment. ItaineniliOi-tliore are no bUnks. livery blue card geta a i(itt.
We u..rauUM iMt sfact ou or money refuiid.il.
Iher ate tens of thansiBita of gifts. IMowlaafow. Writ tow fur complete list of gift.
1 Upr'Rht hand carved Wegman Tluno (hr be t) $ 1,100 no
1 BhdKp. Ora m 1M l
1 rabi u l"sa i a to Knrope aud return 1 10 (in
1 Solid Gol 1 Klilin Watc.l 1 8 nO
1 H.nitn nd Tvne Writ, 810 South tuth street li no
I fieas llrt.L Molina. Mi i burn it Mtultlard Co as U0
1 Rwan Ttauv CarriaifQ 81 n
Be.U 1'lu.tt Saviiuo , , WMI
February 25ih is the Day Set for Distribution.
It l Imrvwjfb a for a ama'l bulcea to bill (uudi choaii; ao h la twtj to mo tba more buainaai wo do tha
Waasll jtm a goal Simnt and Rio d-ffoa, cniMhed'
Itc Moca and Java, ouffoe, cru-bl iic
Our para Mocm and Java, n3tpol fniah anrary dajf. Sio
Grew Japan, a good tea, ts, ll, 1 , Wu
Baa dried Japan Tea. IS, IS. S3, fa, S. ia
Uooolared Jaiau. Tea. 20, tX S3. . M, Mo.
Baaaat find Tex 19. SS. 25, : to. Mo.
toncg Bvaon Te.-SS, 40, 9 and Wo.
Bnaiiah Breakrrt Tea. -35 to Kc
Oolong Tea. -43 to U6.
Ttbia toe flneat line of tea that araaever offered in
Tar; fine eraporatnl blaokbernen H', woith
SO lb pail very fine fruit jelly 90a.
All kinda of 310. 041. plums 15,1,
Sib. can Onli. bla. k oherriea 15c.
Impo'tM Valencia raiaina, vary fine, So.
lmpurtod English onnanta, tXc
SS per cent lye, foi aoinbbing, 10c
80 per ni lya, for wruhbirui. 6c
Beat granulated sugar, 4Hc per lb,
Light C snyar c.
Veiy fine Salmon 10c per can. They are delicious,
Notice of Incorporation of the Com
mercial Ulectrlc l'oH'i'rCompanr.
Notice Is hereby given of Hie organiza
tion of "The Commercial Elect ric Power
Company'' of Iittcoln, Nebraska, tinder
and fiy virtue f.f the laws of the stute of Ne
braska. The principal place of lining busi
ness is Lincoln. Neb., the object and gen
eral naltire of the l)i:.lnes:s to oe transacted
is to construct, own, purchase, maintain,
and operate power stations with all neces
sary machinery and apparatus for g derat
ing electric current, and to generate, use.
rent and sell electricity, heat, liyht mid
power, and to that end own all necessary
real estate, riuhts of way, franchises,
buildings, inacninery, engines, generators,
pole?, wires and power stations and all an
piiiieiianeea tnereto iiciongiti!; aim to oper
ate tliu same; to tmy atut sell anil mamifuc
tu re lit t repair motors, generators and all
kinds of electrical apparatus.
The total amount of capital stock is one
hundred thousand doars, divided into
shares of one hundred dollars each. Ten
per cent ot the capital slock shall be sub
sctilietl imon commencing business ami the
same shall be subject to a call of the, board
This corporation commenced August 27,
S9l, and shall continue ninetv-nino venr.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which tins corporation shall at any
one time subject itself shall not exceed
two-thirds of the capital stock. The affairs
of tkis emnyanv shall be conducted bv a
president, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer, and a hoard of three directors.
F. J. Ill MI,
Lincoln. Neb., Sept 11, 1S!U. President.
The English Shire.
Rb member of the horse family is
more popular than the English Shire,
and none is attracting more attention
from farmers than this justly cele
brated breed. One of the best and
most carefully selected studs 'of Shires
to be found in Nebraska or the west,
can be een at the Blue Valley Stock
Form owned by Willian Burgess, Esq.,
located near Crete, Nebraska. Mr.
Bureess has been long known as a suc
cessful importer and breeder and can
show as good stock as can be found
anywhere. Any lover of the horse
will be well repaid for his trouble in
visiting this model stock farm, and to
Intending purchasers the proprietor
will pay all the expenses of such a visit
should they not be entirely satisfied
with the stock offered. Mr. Burgess
has also some imported Hackneys of
more than ordinary intelligence. He
is a political farmer, a member of the
alliance, and our readers will find him
a pleasant gentleman. If needing any
thing in the horse line it will pay you
to writo Mr. Burgess and tell him what
you want, or hotter still, visit the Blue
Valley farm and make a personal se
Intending purchasers and others in
terested should carefully read the ad
vertisement of Joseph Watson & Co.,
importers of Englinh Shires located at
Beatrice, Neb,, which appears in an
other column of this paper. They
have been for eight years paying
special attention to this business and
can show as fine a lot of horses as
there is in the weBt. 1 hov have a
grand array of premiums won at Ne
braska and other state fairs, including
sweenstakes at Topeka in 1890 and
1891, whore they competed witn the
largest and best studs in the west.
I'ho manager, Mr. Jos. Watson, makes
the buying of horses his specialty and
brought over a fine lot of young Shires
last August, farmers and others
wishing horses will find this firm cour
teous, obliging and thoroughly reliable.
The executive committee has made
the following appointments for I. N.
Harbaugh, the people's independent
candidate for judge for 15th judicial
Oct. 9 Amelia Oct. 20 Long Tine
' ?1 Valentine
10 In man
19 Basse tt
22 Spring View
Estate of James B. Mickey and hizzio
By virtue of a license of sale to me grant
ed by the district court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska. 1 will sell at public auction at
the east front entrance of the court house,
In the citv of Lincoln, Nebraska, on Mon
day, the '28111 dav of October, A. D. 1891. at
1 o'clock p. in. of said day, the following
described lands to wit: The northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter and the
southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
of section 15, township !, range 6 east, in
Lancaster county, Nebraska, for cash.
17- James H. McMubtrt,
Annual Sale of Poland China.
Albert S. Watson, Atlanta, Nob.,
will hold his second annual sale of pure
brod Poland China swine on October
14, 1891, consisting of 128 head from
his new herd lately purchased in Ohio.
This is one of the best herds in all the
west. Send for catalogue and see
what Ls good breeding.
Albert S. Watson, Owner.
Col. Woods, Auctioneer.
DO YOa (USE GATES?
EUREKA TUBULAR GATE,
Worth One Dollar.
I hereby certify that I am a regular
subscriber to The Farmers' Alliance,
published at Lincoln, AV6., audi recommend
L. Binks Wilson, the well known
importer of Creston, Iowa, is having
great success in the show yard this
year at the fairs. He has a car load
of imported horses and twTenty-five Ox
ford and Hampshire-down sheep at the
Kansas City Interstate fair this week.
His advertisement appears in this
Stray Not ice.
Taken tin bv the undersigned, at my
farm one mile north and one mile cast of
Sprasitie, Lancaster c.mnty. Neb., on the
21st dav of Almost. A. 1). 1S91. One bay
marc about H years old. No particular
marks or brands easily noticed. Owner
can have same by proving property and
as a young person whom I believe will
be a good and faithful student.
We carry a complete lite of the fo'lowinst gorxla at prices that will anrpriae yon: Ptlka and dreaa roorle. lacea
and ribbooa. notions and trimming, wntclwa. clocks and jewelry, ladies' and gonta' famishing gouda, linens and
thit gonta, blankets and n innela, cluake. stilts and wnpm etc., ot. I if ntvlea of millinery nd jerseys. Men
and Boy'scMhing.hata.i'epeaud rubber goiida, boots, shorn and slipptrs. carpets and drapery, furniture, uphol
Mnrr. curtains, oil cloth ami malting, druus, perfumes an t soaps, wall iaier and shade. tuy and ninry goods,
iwwl knit goods and ftna, china and glaatwaie, htrdwen and tlnwa e, gn e'ie iud woodenware, stitione y
and art goods, trouka and not. beta, ail vet waia aud optical guula, candy, fruiia and huw, Deuioraat patterns and
sattng m chines.
If m, mm f th rll Jmi, In ami see. na.
a hundred miles or more nd then save money on a ISO.Oe btu ot good
A WORD TO FARMERS.
H you cant coma mall nayoor Oder, beudtousfoi priusa on anything you want.
Hayden Bros., Dealers in Everything,
You Gun py r''!rod fr for
16th & Dodge
- I. j all
-n v s tia
Improved farm of 1(!0 acres 14 miles east
ot Trumbull, being S W. M Sec. 0, T. 8, R.
K Clay Co. Title good, no incumbrances.
Eor particulars apply to or address,
4-iin Erko R. Raxhalt,.
Prompt Service Assured.
All kinds of light and heavy drnying.
Piano movtnn, etc.. tlone tafely bv the Su
livan Transfer Company. Household goods
ana lurnuure namuea rareiuuy ny experi
enced workmen. Large covered vans es
peelally designed for this work. Call at
office, corner llih and O under State Na
tional Bank, or ring up Telephone 111
Satisfactory service guarantt e l,
Si'm.ivax Tkansfeb Co,
Lecie & Stewart, SU S. 11th St
We want you to ask your grocer for
German and Insist upon having it. It
is the best made. For sale by all first
class stores. German Yeast Co.,
6 Omaha, Neb.
When the above is properly made
out and signed and presented at my
office at the Western Normal College, in
Shenandoah, Iowa, the person bring
ing the paper will be givon credit for
SI. on their tuition, provided he has
never been a member of the instltu
The Western Normal College Is
larger and better this year than ever
before. We are better prepared w
care for students than ever. Shenan
doah has fourteen churches and no sa
The above proposition holds good to
Nov. 5th, 1891, and any old subscriber
or ant new one can take advantage ol
it. The school is in session now and
students will be entitled to the above
proposition any time before Nov. 5th.
16t4 WM. M. tJROAN, ires.
TheN. E. S. 13, T. 7. R. 6, and S.
W. 1 S. 7. T. 7, II. 7. Well improved,
good orchard and one of the best farms
in county; near railroad station. Must
sell: longtime given if desired.
II. McMuutuy, Real Estate Agt.,
237 S. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb,:
The Best and Cheapest Gate Er Placed on the Market.
Tha above cut shows ths orrUaary 10 foot gate. Trey are. tlso mace- 12 and 14 res1
vile to admit tinder?, eto.
Prao i:al tests mads during tae pan lour years Has provca in JturtKi tuieTo to any
gate mads. Notica too 'o'.lowingpoiits of superiority:
8TKE.NGTH Tb.9 f rami is mida of wi o gb. iron tube 1 l'incbos in diamete-,. so btaced
(fee cal as to give greit strength and resisting qualities It is the stiffesi and btiongest gat
ia the werid.
LIOaTKESS---Thi entire fell lixsd ga'.e compete only weighs fifty pounds,, and swing.
on its Hn?e) attho slightest tLVoa.
SuB&EILUT B?iPir all iroa and steel, it is praoucauy lnr.e-.iraoiaoie.
EASE OF SETTING VP Tie eye )M aid nnta are all f arnubsd oonplete, also tbsohain,
hook aid staples to fasten t?:e gat. All the fumer has to tots to puce h.s- tjate pojti tn
propar distanoe spsrt, bcre a h-lf i icb hole for the hings bolts and wrew np.
UaEFOLHEiB They are especially attapteircr uaa wita wire letoos; caccn no wow ia.
winter, are not affected by tae wind, and being so light they oan be readily placed wiie; e most
CHEAPNESS There is no other gate possessing slltboqualitioj that this one do. that
can be aold for the same moaey.
THOUSANDS of taeso gites ere inane in Iowa, and throughout the eastorn states. Flat
tering inlor3jment received ;r:m
Fanners, Stockmen, ILiilroad Companies- and AM Others
A number of dilTcrcnt style luade suitable for all
Order a Sam;iIsGata and Yosi will Uss us Other.
J. W. HABTLEY, ALLIANCE STATE AGENT HAS MADE AJRSANGEMENIS I0H SELL
WO THESE GATES- DIRECT T0 MEMBERS OF THE
ALLIANCE. AT FACTORY PEICE3.
A forty-one acre farm. All first bot
tom land, in a high state of cultivation.
Good house and barn. Plcntv of wood
and water, A bearing orchard, eto.
The farm lies adjacent to the village of
Barston. Enquire of M. F. Reynolds,
The Western School Correspondence
Farmers' boys and girls attention. Tou
can take lessons in arithmetic, algebra,
bookkeeping, shorthand, grammar, etc.,
through the IT. S. mail. Tuition only S3
per term of twelve weeks for any branch.
Send for circular. Wf
For Circulars Price Usl& and Full Information, Gall o or Writo to
T. W. Hj9LH.H?IjI3"5r- State Agent,
IT TjITJOOIjIW, 3VBI3ItA.STt: A. .
Or to the EUHIKA GATE CO. Waterloo, Iowa,
One of the most Reliable and best known Importer and Breeder
of Horses in America.
A nice eighty near Waverly
gain; good terms if desired.
AlcMrjKTRT, Real Estate Agt.,
237 S. 11th St, Lincoln, Nob.
A marval of cotnplatanfiaH. .18 nairas brim fait of nsefttl Information,
asrani oluth bimlins. l'rioa post paid 50 oenta. At this extreme low
Brioa th-v will not lat long. Ordar at oax-a if yon want on. 1 his
Toliimealaooi'ntain a map andtia-c-iptionof ererr atata in tha onion.
?itao eerjr nation. Oivea census for Urn). If n-1 aatistied with it tetn n
I and we will raturn rour money. Th'tteanrU hae b en a 1 1 on thewa
iij and all asawcU paearl. Ordor by postal notr or money order.
JOiLM W HAIUH, liml
MX KmtA 80th Street
MOXEY TO LOAN
On Improved farms in southeastern Ne
braska from three to five years alt) percent
Interest I also Want to purchase school
bonds. Call on or Address,
o yi.i u w . ivr.i.1. i ,
Richards Block, 8 8m Lincoln, Neb.
Incubators and Brooders.
Best ever invented for hatching and rais
ing chickens. Brooders only $5,00, Send
for circular. Address Geo. S. Sikoeb,
12-Sm Cardlngtofi, Ohio,
Blacksmith shop, tools and stock at a bar
gain. Come and see me or write. Only
nop in town. i mow as v;oi f..
15-tf Burr, Otoe Co., Neb.
Tn tha tlistrict court Third judicial dis
trict in and for Lancaster county and state I
John Dewey, vs. l yntnia a. narney, ann
Harney, imsuauu 01 1 j uuua a., iusi
notice that on the Sftith day of .Inly. A. 1,
t'vnt h a larnev ana
husband, first name unknown.
1891, John Dewey, plaintiff herein, tiled his
petition tn the district court of Lancaster
county and state of Nebraska, against the
RDOVt) namea eicutiinN me uujcci ntiu
nraver of which are to foreclose a certain
160 acres, five miles west of the city,
improved, at a bargain.
J. 11. McMuitTK-r, Real Estate Agt.,
227 S. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
mortgage upon lot No. eight (8) of Majors
sub-div ision of a part of the east half of the
southwest quarter of section 111 in town
ship No. 10.range 7, cast of the 6th p. m. in
Lancaster ponntv and state of Nebraska:
said mortgage was executed on the 12th day
Ol JUIiy A. if. 1WI. ' er.v nti I'nj 'us.
Of three notes of $166.66; each bearing 8 per
cent interest, payable in one, two and three
years from date. ,.
riaiutilf further alleges that all said
notes are long past due and there is due
plaintiff the sum of $kx, with interest from
this date. Plaintiff prays for a decree that
that the defendants be required to pay
said amount due on said promissory notes,
or that said premises may be sold, to satisfy
the amount found due. '
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 10th day of November,
1891. JOHS Drwkt. Plaintiff,
By his attorney, C. M. rxaKKit.
CARPETS, NOTIONS, SHOES,
Largest stock in the city.
TERMS; ONE PRICE AND CASH.
Country Produse (butter and
eggs) taken In exchange for
merchandise. Our store ls
headquarters for for the farm
ers of Lancaster county. 62tf
ONE MILE F20M DEPOT,
A lure assortment of P.TChrrons. English
Bhhas Be pian. English Hackney. Wench C- ach
and SlanilBrd liied I avellle laram assort
ment ol Entvpean Breed. uf any man in '"14r
ca. I hanole none but iwircrerl stock. AM ray
horses are nropirtv exercise-t and fed nn o-i4
nu'ritinta t oil. avoid tig all V mjiering. and
tin'lernoclrcttmktance-i ,io 1 fee.1 warm hot
fc-od. which. I think, are the ma n rais.ir.awhy
m honice have always been aticoo-sful brsra.
Come and vtstit my establ'-hment I am al-vaya
irld to how my rto k When-arnviiia: at Cjea.
toii.V'fitors will pleas' telephone to laa Croat
C ty Faim and I wi.i drive in lor them.
A FEW EEATT MABES TO'i SALE. L0N3 TIME TO BE 8 PON STALE PARTIES.
EVERY HORSE GU AH AN TEED A BiEEDER, r.
AND MUST EE AS REPRESENTED ! LNSFECTION ALWAYS INVITED.
I have some improved farms in Bed Willow, Frontir,
Hitchcock ami Dundy counties, Nebraska, that have been
71, e am. tht I will sell cheap. From I7.NJ to
i!2 50 per aero. These can bo purchased with small cash
astment. tome Toung cattle, and long ume on part oi
at 7 per cent interest. Land is good. This your
chance to get a bargain. Finely improved farms in
eastern Nebraska lor sale. Write me and toil me
what -.on want. Exohanges made. Exohaoges
J mads for lands, goods and city property.
O. 31. 1TJ3J!T DUYN, Lincoln, 1 CTeT?.
Powered by Open ONI