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TT1K FATIMEKS AL7JANCK, LINCOLN, NEB.t TRTTT18DAY . NOV. 12, 1891.
A SHARP, TRICK.
But ft Didn't Work on On Man Who
Know About It.
When the guest sat down to tha
table in tba little combination hotel
and boarding-house tha proprietor
uncovered 'what looked like A tint
roast of beef, and cot off a fairly lib
eral alica for each man.
The surveyor who had been tramp
ing around all day said ha waa aa
hungry aa a bear, and thought he
could eat at least half of auch a
rout, and the other members of the
party admitted that they could make
large aectiona of it diaappear. . Tt
traveling man aaid that after all, the
beet meat waa to be had in the little
The proprietor aakl be trusted they
would not etint themselves, he liked
to see his guests have good appetites.
He rather prided himself on the table
be set, lie said, s
.The potatoes and other vegetables
were good and plentiful, and every
one started in for a good dinner, in
cluding the proprietor. Jiut the lat
ter's first mouthful seemed to surprise
him. He looked perplexed, but he
tried it again, taking a very small
. .a a. .. ...
"uentiemen, tie said, "do you
notice anything wrong ' with this
" hat seems to be the matter?"
asked the surveyor, as he poised a
piece oi 11 on ins iork.
"Why, I may be a little over-fastid
ious because of the superfine quality
oi our oeei usually," said the proprie
tor, "but it tastes to me A trifle taint
The surveyor tried the piece he
naa on his fork and admitted that it
did taste a trifle strong, and the man
next to him had noticed it also.
"I'll see about it," said thelamllord
with determination, and he had the
cook called in. The cook said the
meat had been delivered that morn
ing, but that it looked a little stale to
"That settles it," said the proprie
tor, with determination. "Oentlemon.
I m sorry, but we'll have to do the
best we can with vegetables. To
morrow is Sunday, however, and I'll
have the finest roast in the country
for you." ; Then to the cook, "Throw
it out , in the alley, and when the
otrteher comes again send him to me."
"Hold on!" expostulated the com
mercial traveler, "Give me another
"lou don't mean to say you like
iw cx.ciain.ea an tne otner.
"Oh. it's not so bad." ha renli,1
Thny watched him eat it, and they
waited for him to get sick; but ho
aiant get sick; on the contrary, he
seemed to feel better than any of
them. Finally one man bluntly ask
ed him if he had a cast-iron stomach
. "Hot at all," he replied, "but I've
been here before. ItA his ngular
trick to make the roast last over
Bunaay." uucago Tribune.
:, .. ; , , , ; y
THEY LOVE THE WEED.
Royal Women Who Smoke Cigar
ettes With Custo.
Those who rave with unceasing bit
terness against women who smoke,
and who declare the habit to be ill-
bred and fast, have no idea of the
women they are condemning." The
Empresses of Russia and Austria, the
Queen of Italy and the Queen Regent
of bpaui, as well as their Majesties of
Portugal, Koumania and Servia and
tha Countries of Paris are all ardent
lovers or tobacco, of which they are
Also thoroughly good judges. , Per
haps ther most inveterate, smoker
among tht Royal ladies is the Empress
of Austria, who consumes from thirty
to forty cigarettes a day. She keeps
her tobacco in an exquisitely
chased silver box, which, together
with a gold ash tray, are always to
be seen on her writting table. Her
Imperial Majesty of Russia and Queen
Marguerite of Italy only smoke in the
privacy of their own boudoirs. That
of the Empress of Russia is a most
fascinating apartment, which makes
a really ideal smoking room.
It is fitted up in the style of one of
the lovliesh rooms at the Alhambra,
paim trees giving it quite a tropical
appearance, while tempting lounges
invite that repose which is such a
aeiitmuui adjunct to the
weed. The Countess of Paris
iuuk at no tobacco which has not
grown in the sunnyelimateof Havana,
and while the Queen Regent of Spain
gives her vote in favor of Egyptian
cigarettes, and the Queen of Rouinimia
declares in Turkey, Queen Natalie of
ber via has a store of tobacco trom enh
country, of which she is careful to get
the very best. I believe the cigarette
cases carried by some of these ladies
are veritable dreams of beauty, being
usually of gold, inlaid with precious
stones. Turning to our own country,
it would take too long to mention the
names of the well-known feminine
votaries of the weed, and it is not
even necessary to repeat that they
are some of the highest inthe Uand.
A very large proportion of our "blue"
women smoke and many of thorn even
smoke cigars as strong as those at
ected by the sterner sex.
A. J. Ktrbv A Co. have tMt'.UM la
loan os ml estate at low rale of I
term. Call am or add reus them at 1 IS
SM. 11th St Lisrmirt, Neb. - (SU4
H. H. Hi (I. Um rrvat deoorner in a
recent letter ear. "1 hava testimonial
from farmers ail over the union prais
ing the efficiency of Basils Uehoruer."
Tbis reived has been thoroughly tested
and is sold under a positive guaraotM.
It is worth your while to investigate iu
Every one viaiLii.o our town, whether
ueninog to purchase or not, is cordially
mviieu in visit our store and look care
fully through our dress goods, clothing.
owis ana sboes, etc , where we are
i-nowing everything that is new and
choice in the way of fall a ad winter
goods. The magnitude of our stock
will surprise you. the styles will please
you, the prices wilt interest you. Call
ana investigate, uakkino & Cast.
83tf Cambridge, Xb.
In a letter received recently from L.
Banks Wilson, the well known iuioort-;
er, oi wreMOD, lowa, we are informed
laat OUHU&m at the Crest Citv Farm
nss opened up , good this seanon. A
oumbvr of sales' of imported stallions
and mares were made last week.
Among them an imported Ens-Hah Shim
stallion and a Shire mare to an Alliance
tympany to i ranklin county, Nebraska.
Mr. A. piratic of Monroe county, la.
purchased a black threo-vear-old lVr.
cneron suilion. Mr. C. H. Ioiralls. of
Uarnngtnn. Mo., housrht an imported
Cleveland bay stallion Messrs. Keith
ana wmte cl isvlor countv. la., mir.
chased a two-year-old Shire mare. Mr.
nuon has received, this fall, two im
Donation af horses, censistincrof all the
different European breeds He is one
oi tne oldest and most reliable iiu
poners of the country.. All those con
templating purcha-iDg an Imported stal
lion should visit his stables or write
biuifor Particulars. 8ea add tn tliia
- Thoroughbied btock.
We Call attention tn tha Mia nrTfl til I A I
aou oi ro. it. s. Williams. Ho savs.
i breed "liiar H rk8"eTciiiair(v atftflr
in line breeding condition. Home trat'e
gooa, witn some sa es abroad. I tonii
six first (out of twelve) two 2nd and
sweepstakes at our county fair. Have
always given satisfaction." He holds
(he important position of County Orga
nizer and Lecturer. He fruarantnuu nil I
oiuua. as represented.
While a great many of our readers
are looking around for the lowest mar
ket la which to buy their supplies and
saving money in this way, It would pay
them to five some attention to the best
and most prolitable way of disposing of j
their products, and no doubt the most
pruniauie way would be to ship direct
to market, la this connection we
wuu.u can attention to the well knawr,
known house of Sunim'era. MnrrUnn A
yo-. cotuuiissioB Merchants. 174 S.
Water bf., Chicago, whose advertise-
meat wm be louml in another column
lotsurm reoeivesand sella rrmin .mi
mini prouuee oi an Ktnas promptly al
the highest market price making quick
niuiuii. iney are entirety responsi
ble ana worthy of patronage. Write
Ihem and thev will send von nriw
hipping tags and any information lti
rogaru to tne ousiness you may need.
That Ii What All Wbo Hare Seen
Adraccfl Copies Call
HER FATHER'S i
I IMiQi Tale of Western Ufa,
SALE OF CLOAKS
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.,
1036 0 STREET, LINCOLN.
buy a cloak
THOMAS P. MONTFORT.
The story outlines in a
vivid manner the hardships
of Western pioneer life, and
describes in detail the suf
feringsphysical and men
tal endured by settlers
who, by unfortunate circum
stances, are compelled to
seek : assistance from pro-
We hare bought the entire sample line of ladies' and childrens' cloaks from the largest manufacturer in the
bought them at a reduction of 50 rer cent. Yon ran hmr f ir 7 .
this season " ' " - "iiuciwui;uwL n. uu are going to
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE.
Seal Plush garments plain and trimmed with the most stylish furs at the actual reduction of
Plush jackets actually worth $12.00 for $6.98.
Plush jackets actually worth $17.00 for $9.98.
Plush Reefer jackets actually worth $20,00 for $11.98.
Fur Trimmed Reefer jackets actually worth $27. for $14.98.
Fur Trimmed Long Reefer jackets actually worth $22. for $12.98
Ladies Fur Trimmed Long Reefers actually worth $30.00 for
Ladies Cloth Jackets at $2.98, $3.48, $3.98 and $4.48. Tiht Pitt, mv
t ; t . . IT J5.. m-ii. -r i j . . ' o Aiuui.
ZSZ ". Rimmed at $4.98. $6.98, $7.y8and $8,98. actually worth 1-2
by a well-told and romantic
Every important detail of
the story is based on facts
which came under the per
sonal observation of the au
thor, while living in West
ern and Central Kansas.
Sale Begins on Thursday Morning-.
TT?I A T t.ni:E 820 cres In Osborne Co . Kansas, in cultiya
Ii, lij I i i0. "Wor wellimproyed. 100 acres in
m m a m mm ""iu .Burasni. pay small cash differ.
,w..,... ence. Kansas land clear.
WELL IMPROVED farm live miles from Lincoln, plenty of timber w.tr .-
oer acre """"""""" o., woDraslca, for $25.0
Wanted Yoanar rtock or s-ood m'lnh
CO ' Pirt pay for clear lots in Lincoln.
Wanted Stock of clothinir foreltv nrnn.
erty. City property for sale and exehsnre
Room 4. 1113 O Street (20)
THE ONLY ALLMCE
Ou.riDt4 u ma cuter .oil Jo k.tl.. ...k ,1. , .
. n.r,. W. ob.ll..,. . t,i. 7i iii JS22i
ii. s. no.. dh .lui.;. . j. .:. f
d.M. ....... ili.t.,p.0M i,r ..,, u,, "BIB V B'E W ill! ii
mlil.. Doo'l ko, p ib. wuw .ol it ,ull. xo,. ", IzJil ",!', ''
wnv iihxum wnL h will ijni STinn
b. will ir.. Uiui w.
, .... .-... w. ,u .m, , , Uwmtrt Diireil.wr.
AGENTS WANTED ir'rir"."'- t
Hario; eTerythlng a Farmer uses in
Household Goods, Grocerios and Provisions.
:-$57,494.50 COLOSSAL GIFT SALE.:.
Tht (iwtMt nadartoUn
For the Germans.
The first and only work ever written
on currency reform in German is "Geld"
by Robert Schilling. It is a translation
and enlargement of hls"fiil vor
ana sure 10 make converts The retail
price is 25 cento, but It will be f urnlshod
to reform orianizatioaa and nonnta at a
gieauy reuueeu rate, a samplo oodv
aril I h. mam. fn. 1 K . uj
alliance Tub Co.,
SOU Lincoln, Neb.
xne attention of nur I'lonrn v.u
,1.. . " - - .UJHULQ
is cauea to tne announcement of Han-
urns; ec tiast, Cambridge, Neb., this
week. Thev are leaders In dm m.n.
and prloes and will deal on the square i
111 U k nil I'L.h 1 ( .
""""' are aiso INDKl'ENUKNT
uieruuttuis aua worn tor the cause po-
nucaiiy. tm on them when in Cam
oriuge. . It
Arrang-ed in a series of little dlshn.
aruunu us were sarcMnea. snusu
raw smoked mutton which U
very groo.d and several kinds of oheo-i(
There ft a terrible kind of native
cheese, eays Murray's Mapazine, called
mysost," which is mado of gout's
milk: it is brown in color, find BAiv.
fragrant in the shape of bricks, done un fa
will saver paper. The InitiHtfld hav
Into thin films, and mako it into a
sandwich with blaok bread and bultor.
ihis cheese is roallv mnd f..nm
whey after proper cheese has been
manufactured. All the water is then
boiled out and the remainder la re
pressed into theso brown bricks, which
taste sweet and gritty. Love of this
mag ouuiH Lima u nn.
"Her Father's Victim,"
although realistic to a de
gree which tvill bring tears
to the eyes of the reader, is
free from all objectionable
features. To secure, at this
time, a story clean from the
first chapter to the last and
yet possessing great literary
merit taxes the good nature
of the most . patient editor,
and that we have succeeded
in purchasing such an epoch-
making novel as "Her
Father's Victim" has proved
a source of considerable sat
isfaction to us.
Leess Stewart, SSI S. 11th St
We want you to ask rour irrooar
German and Insist unon having it. it
Is the best made. For sale by all first -
oiass swrea. Herman Yeast Co..
Farmers and Laborers, buy tour
euuUa nuuiooHie pnees. as to SO ner
f'Ant ttatra - 1 . . . r
d.u.. noun iur caiainffiift.
Nw England Supply Co ,
1815 Douglas St.. Omaha, Neb,
Substitute for Black Walnut.
Black walnut, formerly soextensiv
!y used in the manuffveture of furniture,
is said to be growingexceedingly iscarce
in Florida.- It may not be senerally
known, but is nevertheless true, that
the black gum, which crows so plenti
fully throughout the Southern States
and especially in Florida, is an excel
lent substitute for black walnut, and
can be stained so that an expert could
hardly detect the difference between
the two woods. If properly seasoned
and introduced into the furniture
manufactories of the country, the val
ue of the black gum would become
known and a new and profitable in
dustry could be developed, ftddin
freatly to the wealth of the state.
That "Her Father's Vic
tim" is a copyrighted story ,
which will be published by
no other paper in this vicini
ty. To secure it, you must
be a regular subscriber of
our paper which, by the way,
never spares nam or ex-
. . . - .. .
quire; the opportunity is not lacking, pense to supply its COnstitU
-- wyuuoiO fib
eVftl'V rriAiil f
m At Will
ui-wuuast onwara. There are several
native cheeses. J Another terrible ono,
pultost" is f made with carraway
seeds, and always smells as if it had
gone bad. Mysost had no smell, fortu
nately, j)nly a terrible aspect and
taste. Dr. Julius Nicholyson told us
he wanted to send a few Norwegian
delicacies to a friend in Germany, and
among others he put in a piece of
the native mysost His friend wroto
and thanlced him for the salmon, etc.,
and then continued: -The soap is
very nice, but we find great difllcu'ty
in making the lather." Tuis was the
Fot Sale Cheap.
Oao billiard and doo! tahlo nrv
further particulars address Box 73,
itr - Ceresco, Neb.
ency with the latest and best
journalistic features, 7" : ' f
A Useful Accomplishment.
Father-"Johnny, there's a button
affyour coat. Go up stairs and sew
Little Johnny (in surprise)-'Mother
will sew it on." 1 -
Father-"! know she will, but I
want yon to learn to sew on buttons
Johnny (amazed) "Why?"
' Father i (solemnly) -"Some . day,
Johnny, when yon grow up yon won't
have any mother nothing but a
wife."-Good News. .
Corner 10th and P Streets.
V? PPrtijieit Store,
i Largest stook la the city.
TERIfS: OWE PEICB AND CASH.
Country Produce (lmtter and
eggs) take la exohaage for "
- merohaadlse. Our etore la
headquarters for fer the farm
. . ef Lanjaster county. CStf
Should read "Her Father's
Victim" to become familiar
with the burdens borne by
the struggling settlers who
haye made the desert West
a veritable garden, and
Should read it because it is
an eloquent word picture of
the woes, trials, tribulations
and joys of pioneer life. .
To secure the first install
ments of the novel which
will be printed in a few days.
For cheap moaey on real estate, call
? "l nuuress A. J. KIGBV & Co.,
2U4) 115 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb,
Iacubators and Brooders.
t -t. V1 'ventea for hatch pg and rafs-
Poland Chinas for Sale.
Owing to the limited number of buy
ersln attendance at my public sale. I
have several pens of splendid Poland
China hogs that were not offered and
that are now for sale. These include a
splendid lot of this season's males and
sows and some fine yearling sows, also
my lauious yearnng Doar Ben. . These
Will all be sold cheao and on vara
iavoraoio terms, ror particulars ad
dress, t,. H. Suter,
. Neligh, Neb.
What Calhoun Says.
Lincoln. Nob.. Ancr. 29 ison
Eureka Rheumatic Remedy Co.,
I . 1, ... .
i uaiii ueeu ruiioveo twice trom nn-
vere attacks of Rnuematwm bv the si
of Eureka Rheumatic Remedy, using
uhiv a Binan ponien oi oue ootue, have
had no trouble since the last attanlt
about three years ago.
. J. D. Calhoun,
Editor Lincoln Weekly Herald.
. For Rale by Drnsrtrists. i2m43
Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage.
Notice is hereby riveo that bv virtue of a
Ohattel mortirr.gn dated on the ldth day of
June, 1HBI, end duijr flled for record id office ot
the county olerk of Lauoaster county, Ne
braska, on the 15th davof Auaugt.1891. andnx.
tented by Lewis Huraiek to Patrick Unre, to
secure the payment of the sum of $M0, and
upon which there is now due the sum of $213
SS. Default baviBgbcen madelulhepaymeut
of said gum and the aaid n'orttrntreo havlna
rood reason foolto himself unsafe andlnseoure
by reason of the wrongful aota of said mort
gagor has elected to declare the noto and
mortjraare due and to foreclose the sane as by
the terms of said mortpaire he may. and no
suit or other proceeding's at law having; been
Instituted to recover satd debt or any part
thereof, therefore I will soil the property
herein described, via: all the crops raised on
the east balf of the northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty-four 24), township twelve. (12),
ranjre six (8), Lancaster county, Nebraska,
consisting of about seventy acres ot corn and
one stack of millet, the corn belnar now
husked and in erlb. at public auction at the
bouse of Patrick Uore, situated on the south
west quarter of seotion (17). township twelve
(13), ranire seven (7). la Hook Creek Precinct,
Lancaster county. Nebraska, on the 27th dav
of November, at 1 o'olock p. m. of said
day. Patrick Oohi, Mortgaeo,
Dated, November 4th.
ViW-raJI CO. HERD.
LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES.
H. 8. WILLI ALS0N, Prop.,
BF AVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA.
T5'.T ololJ P'ss of April farrow left, also
rour litters of June farrow. Irduocments to
parties startina- herds. Ontnra kbui tn.
pwa bred for aprlna; farrow. Btock A No. 1.
Prices right. Uention the Ai.Lica.
PERKINS WIND MILL.
It the UichtM. Runnins
TRY IT I
After y ears 'of sueoess la the manutav
jniiia, ,wb novo lately made a
oomplete oanfre inoitrmill, all parts being
nuiit stronger and hsttnr nmutH. .
self lubricant bashing; placed In all boxes to
"'....vuniuwriivii ciimmnir hie-h tow.
ers to oi lit. The fame principal "f splf ov
f "ins" retained. Every pari of the Kill, ful
y W AKHANTfiO, and wlU run without mall-
YTW 1 1 f tl
...fMHDl BUY IT I
he rettKtaMrin MtnMl , v a d..wi. h
in tne past naalnduoed some unnnnmn im,.
persons to imitate the mill and even to take
our hams and apply it to an Inferior mill Be
not deoeived. noae genuine unless stamped
as below. We manufacture both purapina
and reared mills, tanks pumps etc, and gen
eral Wind Mill annnllna . inZ i...
U. Pond ft,- -atalocue and Driers. (iJim
FKKK1NS, WfMU MILL AX CO., .
" , Mlshawaks, Ind.
Mention Fahiixbs' Alliahob.
Tbe Scramble for Land.
The attention of the New York Sun
and other anti-paternal papers is called
to the hideous scenes transacted re
cently in our home of the free when a
strip of land was opened to settlers.
Those scenes thoroughly illustrate
our present civilization, wnlch Dana,
who has found 'millions in it" thinks
Is nearly perfect. The survival of tho
flKhtiest was the rule observed In tak
ing possession of the strip. 'Supply
and demand, laissez fairs, and the
devil take the hindmost" were tho
rules scrupulously observed. .
Our rulers claim to be trying to
maintain even justice, and allow all i
citizens equal chance for life, liberty
and happiness. If 100,000 soldiers
and special police had been necessary
s,io wuuiu-oe settlers an even
cnanoe, such an array of peacemakers
should have been on hand.
It would have been easv enmich tn
have had a station every ten miles
along tne border, where tickets with
wouia-De settlers' names on and relia
ble affidavits from their late residence.
as to their identity could be stamped
Settlers let in at these stations couM
then have chance enough for "free
compe.mon1' in the use of their legs
and those of their horses. If the whole
strip wore gone over in a. couple of
days by the offioials, and 'everybody
ousted who could not show a pood
ticket, there would have been an ap
proach to fairness.
Some may obieot that men would
murder and steal to get the tickets of
others; but in a crowd thera would ba
small liability to that where detection
was generally cor lain.
Boomers and sooners and men apt-
ting their watches three hours ahead
would be pretty well barred by such an
arrangement. Men who have been
through such scrambles might surest
more perfect plans. Assuredly plans
that would work could ba invented and
such hideous scenes avoided.
Of course the ono wav to avoid auoh
horrors is to have a universal svstrm
of land limitation allowing
to lay claim or hold claim on any land
that he was not working. Such a law
would make land abundant for soma
generations, if we stopped the terrible
nooa oi loreign Immigrants.
As we must. Chicago Express.
The comptroller of the mmnn ,.. -
dered the reopening of the First National
uu., oi iwa uioua. The stockholders
ure co comply with the nnnlm.n.
- - waawuiGUVa
maae. ureat interest has been i.L.n s..
mo euors 10 reoDon th a hunt ;t;,
from all over the state havinir'hrna.!
pressure to bear upon the comptroller of
mo uurreucy ana a number of lnnnnni
eastern men having made requests for a
reopening. The impairment of canital has
been made whole. .
Henry Schaat, a farmer living northeast
of Columbus, met with quite a loss and
was somewhat injured also. He started
to drive home from Columbus about 3
o clock a, m. It beinir Quite dark hi.
team of mules lost their way and wan !
ucreu iuto n siougn. .Before their owner
could realize the situation they were in
the mire up to their necks. He then gor
i u Suu una inea to help them
but in their straggles one bit one of his
-" """" nuus oi nig ooay, so
V"" uo was piacea unaer the care of a
Applications for certificates of authority
to transact business In Neh
the following associations were rejected
by the state banking board: North Amer-
tU x!"8 UMa and BiWing associa
tion of Minnesota, Granite State Provi
dence association of Manchester, N H
Uuaranty Savings and Loan association of
Minnesota. Chica ITniv.i r- " l
and ln association. Interstate Buildina
and Loan association of MinneaoolT
w f avantH atltfaoUoo r moarj iafonde
Tht-.rf(l1od.rfgir. Mn,ls.hw. Wrltatsastecpw.,,,,,,
J UprWrt hnd o. md Wajpnan Fhuu (tht kaatt "
1 BndjportOrn. 1
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.. ir us
1 Hamm. n.1 Typa Writer,' si Polith lis'th 1 (
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February 25th is tha Day Set for Distribution.
it is Impoaribl for a avail sniinaw ta fear aaadi a-
atwaparwacaaaau. -wm m aoy aveat cnaapt a H is assy ta sat k m
Wff" 1m i F " and Bia Hroa, arasaat
.to. If oca and Java, coffee, oruhel 360, .
Onr para Moca and Jara, roasted tnah avary day. Ma
Grsaa Japan, a gaod tea II, 11, 13, tto.
Ban dried Japan Tea,-1, 1, M, N, M. 4a.
tTnoolorad Japaa Tea.-JS, m. SS, . is, sSa, :
Basket And Tea.-1, M.SI. ,H,H
Toang Hraoa Taa.-t), 4. M and Wo,
Xngliih Bnakfaet Tta.-5 ta SSa,
Oolonf Tea.-SS to Mo.
ls tbaaliMrf taoiat wmsv. afciaihi
Tsry Una araparatad blaekberrlat 7, worth UK.
pail very Sat fruit Jelly 50a .
AU kinds ef lib. O.U. pluM Ue.
Mb. caa Oalt, black cherrtai ISa.
Inpettal Valencia raielns, vary Ana, Ufa.
Imported Bngllah sarraata, a. '
M per cent lya, ftw senibbiat, Ua.
Par cant lya, for sarabbiBt, Sa,
Beat tranolatad aagar, 4a par lb.
LttM o saarar 4a.
Jary aaa Salmaa Mo per eaa.
They are oatMaaa,
We earn a imuM. it m .-n .
aaariDoona, aotlou and brimminga, watohee. claoka Ai iimXii TiSiU ZLTJEZ, "
white goods, blaakete and flnnrtlali (ts aadwJalib? ttJjESi 5' rfX liuna ml
and Bays clotuins, hats, cape and rabbar aaoda.
andartiWa, tmaks aad aaaobala, aOnnraiea
i WORD TO FARMERS.
Im, oty dra Ib and eaeaa. Tea aaa par rallraaal fan a
ailee or mora andthea am money eaVa gJTS-SLg" Jj
llayden Bros., Dealers in Everything,
J.W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street. Lincoln, Neb. 1109.
We commence this week to cut prices on Cloaks and Underwear, Cloaks for
SCHOOL GHILDREN AND LADIES
$1.50, $2.00 $2 50, $3.00, $4.00 and up to $10.00. Cloaks n . PheftD
this year. Woolen underwear in shirts and drawers at nuinh lw.,
last year. Undersh rts worth fart w . Qiii R. lnau
year. Undershirts worth 85ots
1.00 and up to $5. Cotton flannel and Muslin cheaper than ever before.
COME -AJSTID SEE US.
J. W-WINGER & CO., 1109 0 STREET.
On Everything You Eat, Wear or Use I
The eat represents onr Fine Wool Ohinohilla Bsavse
Overooat, in Blaok, Brown or Bine, The ooat ia eleeantl
trlmmsd and made np expressly for oar trade. Ws soi
bendreds of them to oor regular patrons, and not oas
to?$9 f (5iWM mad6' 8i"' 34 10 3, 4 11800 0t"
Fine Black All Wool Cheviot Saok Suit, an old staaaV
by of onr.; sires 34 to 40; qnaiity of workmanship ta
best. A $15.00 suit for $12.00. Ws .an tarnish .as
pies of the above grtat bargains.
Good Drew Print.
Wameotta Gingham, Srowaor Blue" CnecksT"""
Heayy Pirnd or Striiwd Flannel. .
Fruit of the Loom Muslin, 3S-in -
Amold'i Celebr.t.i.1 Rorm.n m,. t j''L"
1 Elod fc"T1' Blue Check Shirting
A Nice Drees Flannel 34 in. wi,l '
14017- The Standard Sheetini"."
A OOd R mi'ImI u,,.h "
- Ueary Kmej COtonade "for rMte".;;;!;;"";"! 8:
O'mlee la tin boiee and min, .
rish Linun Note Paoer. dpt ih...
Irish Linnn Nof Pam TTi.
A Box of 500 Enveloi. (whitn)'";:""".".":;:."""'" 2i3
Double Braatad Smtrh v m. ia Vrl AZi,u::"-.-t- SOoU
A Jl.M mixed retFiannalSbirt'tne" baii""" mfnl
A 9? S1" J'1". Brown or Blue Si'S
A Good Ticking. Bine Striped. 82
Plymouth Bnck Oloree, nnlined (Danl. Rayn) " asZ
A .N BuS Oalt Bhoe ta Lao. or Oonsraia 7 to 11...I.. Bli
OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE
And Grocery List famishes praotioally evorything yon eat, use or wear. Wa mailed a
eopy to onr regular enstomers free of cost. Seud 6 oents to pay th postage with tob
Teqnest for a copy. As ws furnish the book free, yon ought to bs wUlini to 'ta noaJ
age to get it loo eannot afford to be without it, . '
H . R. E AG LE & C2., "
Wholesale Farmers' Supply Housoj
68 du 70 WABASH AVE.rCHICAGO.
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