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TflE FAKMEKS ALLIANCE, LLXCOI N, XEK.. THUKSDAY . NOV. 20 1891.
BOATS LV THE RIVER,
MORE STYLES OF VESSELS
THAN CAN BE NAMED.
Iicr of Uie f-hlptl Trd ! pi te
Itnllroad C "aropelll lea tho Iloai
as TfcrleaT M
BACK FROM ALASKA.
"How many kind of
the Chicago river?" was
Interrogation put to a
Only one kind," ho replied. "I
thought every one knew a caual boat
is a raual boat"
It is a failing common to humanity.
Each individual thoroughly familiar
hod with the details of hi own VOCa-
ecsaed of the same knowledge As a
matter cf fact there aro several pat
tern of eanal bouts, along v.iih an
immense rollection of divers impor
tant vcs-cla, constantly stirring up
tho muddy waters of tho American
Of tbe hundreds of vessels on tho
river, from two-oared canoes to bulky
freight and passenger boats, it is diili
cult to inaka a rational, conoiso ci:imi
tioution. I!o;its are built in all man
ner of ways, and like people, have
countenances peculiarly their own,
which are reeonrable by vesselnion
long distances awny. In tho construc
tion of dwelling houses will bo found
no more varied expression of personal
tastes and ideas than in bout building.
In a goneral wny it may be suld that
on the Chicago river aro found paddle
boats, pleasure yacbt scows, dredging
boats, canal boats, steam tug's, and
launches, sehoonora, barges, and.stoam
propellers for carrying freight and
Only by chance or whon being
hauled in for repairs do pleasure
yacht get into the channel. They
are generally found, whon not skim
ming through the white caps, moorod
within the harbor or privute slips.
Some of them are expensive affairs,
indulged in by men of wealth, but the
greater number are hold in common
by parties of two to a doen persona
who have associated tbomselvcs to
gether for that purpose.
About fifty steam-tug boats of all
styles and dimensions and owned ex.
clusively by four companies aro en
gaged in towing steamers and sailing
number does not include thoso owned
and controlled by the drodging com
panies. Tho tugs compare favorably
with the best vessels in slzo and equip
ment As a rule the crew constats of
flvomon. who work long hours, though
their duties are seldom onerous. While
their subsistence is first-cliiss, they
live and sleep In exceedingly close
quarters both night and day, earning
good wages. Late years havo witness
ed a marked improvement in the class
and grade of men employed in the ser.
vice. They are for the most part re
liable and sober, with families depend
Ing on their earnings for support, and
a majority of them aro laying some
thing by for a rainy day.
Within tho past deendo business on
the river has changed its methods,
about two-fifths of the movements of
vessels being performed at night. A
bridge tender said last week ho had
swuug his bridgo as many times tho
day before between six o'clock in the
evening and 6 in tho morning as he
had swung it tho twelve corrospond
, tag hours previous. ;
Owing to the narrow limits of the
channel, says the Chicago Intor-Oeean,
and the impediments to navigation
abounding therein, cool-headed, nervy
men are required for tug service on
the river. Only young men in the
prime of life, who are experts In tho
business, possoss tho requisite portion
of what is denominated "sand" to en
able them to successfully pursue it
The tug. man is continually coming
face to face with emergencies where it
behooves him, within the instant to
arrive at a mental decision as to the
course he shall pursue. Having no
time to change his mind or alter his
course, be must adhere firmly to his
original purpose, for with a ponderous
vessel bearing down on him, to change
his mind would be fatal, or If ho even
hesitates he is lost For these reasons
the best tugmen in the world are con.
ceded to be engaged at this port
Only Two Hundred Yours.
Mr. Havenstoin of the British Asso
ciation for the Advancement of Scl.
ence has boon making calculations as
to the number of people that the
world can comfortably support and
the time when that limit will be
reached. He estimate the population
of the earth in 1890 at 1.4(iS,000,000,
and its rate of increase per decade at
8 por cent Then he takes tho area
of all the habitable land in the world
at a little over 46.000,000 square
miles, only 23,000,000 of which are
fertile. The latter ho estimates to be
capable of maintaining 207 to the
mile, this being founded on the statis
tics of 175 for India. 29, for China,
and 264 for Japan. Roughly speak
ing, tho earth is supposed to be capa
ble of sustaining 6,000.000.000 people,
and at tho present rate of Increase this
limit will be reached in a little less
than 200 years from now.
Tlie See or Gallic.
The lake of Genesaro, called also
the Sea of Galileo, etc., situated in
Palestine, sixty-five miles north of the
Dead Sea, is pear-shaped. The great
est width is six and tiireo-quarters
miles; its extreme length is fifteen
miles. The Jordan enters it muddy
at the north, and passes out clear at
the south. Tbe natural features of the
lake are neither various nor especially
attractive. ine cniei interest con
nected with it is that Christ passed
much of his time on its shores. It
abounds in the best kinds of fish,
which made tho southern part of it
particularly noted as a fishing ground.
The towns around it in former times
are now mostly in ruins.'
Lieoteaaat Srkwatka Bring Xewa sf
DesJIoines, la., Nov. 2. Lieuten
nt Frederick Schwatka has returned
frtra his rtont trip to Alaska and is
pemling a few days with hi friends in
Des Moines. He shows the effects of
the trip, ami is f-ixf y ronnds reduced in
. fih since be left here in May. His
... , psrty, including Dr. Hayes, of tho
Canal DOITS in l'njf,,l tnn1urir:A mf rr nn.t tn
natives, leit Juneau. Ait!.Kii. dunes.
They proceeded np the Nakou river sixty
miles, the journey requiring two weeks
on account of the swiftness of the cur
rent; thence acro&i the country eighty
miles to a lake whi h tho natives told
them aliont. The lake is nearly ono
hundred miles long and fifteen wide, and
was named by tho party Ah Klain JDig
Lake), They then descended tho Jew
berry river for 100 miles. From Fort
Selkirk they went southwest 223 miles to
whrt was Hnpposed to lie a region in
which cupper abounded, but none was
found. .Several weeks v"t re tqient in ex
ploring the Copper river, desrrilied by
the lieutenant as one of the inofct turbu
lent streams he had ever seen in his trav
els. After a'-ce a mountain iieuk
in the interior and taking a nnmlicr of
observations of peaks never before seen
by white men, the descent of the Copper
nvcr vns iiiiide in cunYE. boHtn for
nearly one hundred mile.
The lieutenant t pleaded with his dis
coveries, nnd thinks them of great geo
graphical as well as geological value.
After visiting in Iowa a short time he
will go to New York City.
AFTER THE M. P.
A Grand Jury BuliHnae Prominent
llullroad Men and tlie Com
Chicaoo.Nov. 24. United States Mar
shal Hitchcock received snbpoenues from
the United States district court at
Omaha for J.W. Midglcy. J. N. Faithorn,
G. L. Carman and D. C. Bridges to ap
pear before the fedend grand jury, at
Omaha, Nov. 80. Midgley is directed to
bring the records of the weight of stone
hipped bv Hugh Murphy from Lyons,
Colo., to Omaha, and all reports, records
of billing, documents and pa
per jiertuining to shipments from
Kontli Omaha and Nebraska City,
showing of what the shipments consist
ed. Midglcy is also required to produce
all figures of the tariffs in effect covering
shipments from thoae j oints on the Mis
souri Pacific road from Jan. I, ltflH), to
the Kith of the present month; also, any
further records that apply mora special
ly to the same subject, and also tho way
bills of certain dates. From this it
would appear that tho Omaha grand jury
is after tho Missouri Pacific with a sharp
stick. It is asserted that the charges
preferred against that road are'sweeping,
and there is certainly an indication of
this in the fact that the snbntena calls
for records covering twenty-three months
of the company's business.
A. J. Kigfy & Co. bare tW.OW to
!on on real estate at a lr,w rale of in
forest. Call on or aiirewi tbt-ni at
Ntwoiaa block, room 21 Liucolo. Neb.
Kvry one viniting our town, whether
desiring to pnrcbjwe or not, is cordially
iovited to visit our store and look care
fully throegU our dress goods, clothing,
boot and shnrs, etc , where we are
showing everytllng that is new aud
choice in the wiy of fall and winter
govls. The msgnitudo of our stock
will surprise you. the gtyles will piease
you, the prises will interest you. Call
aud Investigate. IIaxxixo & Cast,
22tf Cambridge, Neb.
and her temperance family, will give
an entertainment at St. Paul's M. E
church, on Mond ly evening next.
The proceeds of this entertainment
will be used in connection with the Sun
diiy school temperance work, and the
friends of church and school are cor
dially invited to be present.
Read the sale notice of I5ro. J. V.
Wolfe in this issue. Ho is well and fa
vorably known as one of Nebraska's
nnst successful breeders of the justly
famous Poland-chinas. No betler op
portunity has ever been offered to the
farmers of Nebraska to sccuve thor
oughbreds tock from a reliable herd at a
reasonable price. H
Fuel Famine at Minneapolis.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 24. There
is a shortage of soft coal for the running
of tho big mills and factories around St.
Anthony Falls. Tho closing of the res
ervoirs a week ago at the head of the
Mississippi forced tho big flouring mills
to resort to the nso of steam power, and
their consumption of soft coal has been
so great that a tannne results. One
Minneapolis firm is 1,500 cars behind on
Kilted In a TrUo l ight.
New York, Nov. 24. John Hollinger,'
a lad of 17 years, fought George J. Alt
man, a boy of his own age, in the prize
ring. In the sixth round Hollinger got
a loft hand swinging blow on tho right
ternpie wnicn toned mm. Jtio was un
able to respond, and the fight 'vas given
to Altman. Hellinger was carried home
in an express wagon, and died from the
etlecta of the light.
No trace has been found of the yacht
that was seen to capsize in Lake Michigan
Sunday evening off Sixty-seventh street,
Chicago, one of the men clinging to its
keel. . ,
At Tellurlde, Colo., J. A. Mercer, the ex
press messenger shot Oct. 21 by his mis
tress, Mrs. Watson, who suicided a few'
minutes later, died from the effects of his
Chicago Grain and rrovlnlon.
Chicaoo, Nov. St. ,
WHKAT-ricxwnher, H2i'e: Mav. 00o.
OORN-Deeemtwr, 4TH-; Stay, ilo.
OATS-Decern bar, Si'io: My,Ste.
PORK-Decoinber, $.t5; Jauuary, 111.17;
May, SI 1.624.
LAKD- llwomber, J6.10; January, JS.22J4;
Mav, SU.aWt .!.
Alarraln; Statl.tin on lluiliiet Failures
Iiurlnj tin I'ast Jii-ie Slon'U.
Bmdstreet roports the failures for
the pit nine months at X.tttiti; for the
corresponding nino months of last
year 7.634 an Increase of 1,328; total
liabilities for nine months this year,
1133,811. 510; last year for same pe
riod, (92,611,J0, an increase of $46,
209,660. 'J hose figures soera to IndL
cate a condition of prosperity with a
vengeance. It should be remembered
that these figures apply only to busi
ness failures, and only a part of them.
Mortgngo failures, deeds of trust fail
ures, chattel mortgage and bond fail
ures aro not considered in this state
ment. There has doubtless been 20, -000
or mora absolute tailures during
the time named, with liabilities more
than double tho amount given. Vet
under such conditions the two old
parties contend that times are
good nnd prosperity waits upon
the efforts of the people. This state
ment Is enough to fill every honest
man with alarm. Who Is safe under
financial conditions that have driven
nearly 9,000 business men to bankrupt
cy and destroyed values to the amount
of 13X, 000,000? Whose turn will
come next, and what kind of business
enterprise will stand the shock? Is it
any wonder that a four per cent Uni
ted States bond, duo in fifteen years,
whose ultimate payment and guaran
teo Is predicated on tho taxing pow
er of the govornmout, is at a pre
mium of eighteen per cent, while
a mortgage upon a good farm for one
half its value, ut ton per ount, whore
payment of interest and principle de
pends upon the prosperity of the peo
ple, cannot be negotiated for one-half
that length of timer in this manner
the taxing power of the nation is
placed at a large promium over the
prosperity of its industrious people.
It is time that every honest man be
gan to consider this matter earnestly.
Kir Our Inducements ire Better than Eier.
Wo will asslnn the F.xclulve Klaht to sell
i. , ,i,.i,r4 Tuvlor Adluatalde Ladles'
khiia in the vholo or nnrt of this Mate. 500 of
our Kirvnts avermre from S)S day to SMOOO
a years no other shoo like It; blKproflts ! esuy
teinakesnlo. Address with 2c Ktstnp. CON
80UIMTKD ADJUSTABLE SHOKu)..
;M4 liyuu, aiuss.
0 63; January, f 3.85; Hay,
Ball Fighting In Franre.
Bull fighting has become very popu
lar in France, and though it is strictly
forbidden to kill a bull in the arena
the toreros frequently put the animal
to death in response to the shouts of
the spectators, A leading citizen of
Dax recently wagered with the mayor
f a neighboring commune that he
would descend isto the arena and la
the presence of tho spectators kill
Spanish bull in orthodox fashion. He
Aid so amid the applause of thousands
tf bis fellow countrymen.
Chicago Live Stock.
Umiom Stock Yaros,
Chicago, Nov, 24. (
CATTLE-Estimated receipts. 8.(100 head.
Natives. S'UlfcNUtl: cows and bulls. tl.Btta&K:
Texans, 1.UUJ.'.3; western beeves, jfl.S.xahl.tJO.
HOGS Estimated reeeipn. 4S,Ono head.
Heavy. (H.itttM.tU; medium, $J.SV3&9J; light,
SHEEP-Natives, fntiijt.'UO; westerners.
S4.1U4.t)U; Texaos, 3.i.Xill4.6U.
Kansas City Live Pteek,
Kansas Citv, Nov. 24,
CATTLE-Estlmated rebelpta. 4.mo head.
shipments, 3,stM head. Steers, IKtSTvai; cows.
Fi.&Yf &ia: itocKers aim levaers. suuukiitt.
HOUS -Estimated receipts. .4nn head: ship
ments, UUU head. All grades, !.;6&3.(M.
Omaha Live Stoek.
Union Stock Yaros, I
Omaha, Nov. 24.
OATT!.E-Esttmated receipts, 1,2m head
).0 to l.fieO lbs.. JM.;aiA.0U: 1,110 to 1.3m lbs.
Jil.ava4.ltt: mm to 1,1IW llw., $.'.7.Via.T5; choice
cows, i.iu,r.oe; common rows, J-1KW1-',
choice feed'rs, S&Sjauu; cumuiun feeders.
HOUS - Estimated receipts. R.IIO0 head
LiKht, aav.i H.rt.O; medium, a.4.V&a.ik; heavy,
Of short-hand type-writingtelegraphy
is offering superior facilities for acquir
ing a sound practical training in these
arts. If ;'ou are coctamplating attend
ing a school of this kind it will be to
your interest to call on or address them
at 1130 O street, Lincoln, Neb. tf
rarmers ana Laborers, buy your
goods at wholesale prices. 25 to 60 per
cent saved, henu tor cataloguo.
Nkw England Scitly Co.,
21t4 1315 Douglas St., Omaha, Nob.
On the lower mi If coast of Florida M per
month until psia Tor; hi acres equal to iso in
Nebraska. Address Tbe Grove City Laud
Ce., Grove City, Fla. tf
The State Agent calls attention to the
fact that this week he will send out the
best price list ever Issued in Lincoln
Walt for it.
Invest a few dollars in South Florida
land, where there are no cold winters,
A flew Badge.
The accompanying- design
speaks for Itsoif. People s Party
for our Country and Fiaite;
America. Every reformer
should have ono.
Vrloe. solid Hold (1.C0.
Pend orders to
Oeiisnsd nd Cheynne .Wyoming.
pat, ijr uso. J3t4 Mention this paper.
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS GO.,
1Q36 O STREET, LINCOLN.
AVe Lave bought the entire Kimjde lint; of ladit-H anl childrens' cloaks from the largest manufacturer in the country. We
)uAit tliem at a reduction of 50 per cent. You can hay them of m at the same reduction. If you are going to buy a cloak
thw season .
YOU CAN'T ArUtU TU Jiii&o inw dauu.
Seal Plush garments plain and trimmed with the most stylish furs at the actual reduction ol
Plush jackets actually worth $12.00 for S?ii.08.
Plush jackets actually worth ?17.00 for $0.08.
Plush Keefer jackets actually worth $20,00 for $11.08.
Fur Trimmed Pr efer jackets actually worth $27. for $14.08.
Fur Trimmed Long Reefer jackets actually worth $22. for $12.08
- Ladies Cloth Jackets at $2.98, $3.48, $3.98 and $4.48, Tight Fitting and Reefer Front.
Ladies Cloth Jackets, Fur Trimmed at $4.98, $6.98, $7,U8 and $8,98, actually worth 1-2 more.
Sale Begins on Thursday Morning.
Fine Stock Sale.
J. F. Bishop & Sons will hold their
great annual sale of Poland China and
Berkshire hogs, at the Hooper farm six
miles southwest of Lincoln on Tuesday,
December 1, 1801. SCO hewi of choice
swine of both sexes and of all ages will
be oHered and you can find just what
you need at this big sain. The farm
where sale takes place will be offered
for sale also, contains 100 acres and is
one of the best farms in the county.
See bills for terms of sale on stock and
farm. Col. F. M. Woom,
VEGETABLES of all kinds bought
VtUtlaDLW nnd sold by E. D. Har
ris Jr., at 836 South ULh street, Lincoln,
Nob. Also keeps a general supply of
llour and feed. 23t4.
A Farm Cheap.
An 80 acre farm, well improved, for
sale cheap and on easy terms.
Address A. J. Riby & Co., the
money loanirs. Room 21, Newman
block, Lincoln, Neb. 83-tf
What Calhoun Says.
Lincoln, Nob., Aug. 23, 1890.
Eureka Rheumatic Remedy Co.,
1 havo been relieved twice from se
vere attacks of Rhuomatism by the use
of Eureka Rheumatic Remedy, using
only a small portion of one bottle, have
had no trouble since the last attack,
about three years ago.
J. D. Calhoun,
Editor Lincoln Weekly Herald.
For sale by Drucflnsts. i2m43
A I. Dnvls, defendant, tnke ootloe that on
tlic IStli day of November, ISM, Mabel 11.
Davis, plamllfl, Hied her petition in tho dis
trict ceurt of Lancaster county, Nebraska,
atraluat you, asking that the niarrlairo rela
tion now exiatlnii between the plalrtiif and
defendant be dissolved, and that she be di
vorced from the defendant, and for the care,
custody and control nf the minor daughter
Maud U. Dnvls, on the grounds of abandon
ment, refund and failure to support the
plaintiff and minor child, and lor cruel and
Von are required to answer said petition on
or before the 2Sth day f December, ixl.
MAUHU II. II A Y IB.
by O. A. Uusfi, attorney.
II. R. BAILEY,
Butter, Eggs, PouItry,Potatoes
23m0) 1320 U Street, Lincoln, .ob.
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Dated Nov. 18, lKDL
Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
chattol mortiTHKe dated on the Itlth day of
June, Mil, and duly tiled for record inoflioeof
the county clerk of Lancaster county, Ne
braska, on the liith day of August, 1HM, and ex
ecuted by Lewis Burdick to Patrick Dore, to
focurc the payment of the sum of SM. and
u-f.on which there is now due the gumof J2I3
55. Default haviHfrbeen made in the payment
of said sum and the said reortKatree having
food reasen feeito himselt unsateauninsecure
y reason of the wrongful acts of said mort
gagor has elected to declare the not? and
mortgage clde and to foreclose the same as by
the terms of said inortgago he may, and no
suit or other proceedings at law having been
instituted to recover said debt or any part
thereof, therefore I will sell the property
herein doi'crlbed. viz: all the crops raised on
the east half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty-four (241. township twelve (12),
range six (t)l, Lancaster county, Nebraska,
consisting of about seventy acres ot corn and
one stack of millet, the corn being now
husked and in crib, at publio auction at the
house of Fatriok Dore. situated on the south
west quarter of section (17), township twelve
(12). range seven (7). In Kocic Creek Precinct,
Lancaster oour.ty. Nobraska, on the 27th day
of November, MM, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said
day. Patrick Dohb, Mortgagee.
Dated. November 4th. ltl.
J. T.M. SWIG ART, EDITOH.
This Department will be edited for the ben
efit ot Mutual Insurance Companies through
out tho State.
I Mill III nil V i. i II I I i'i'l II
VII HVW WkUIV 1UU1 iVVtU
Lancaster County Co.
We at this writing, Nov. 23d, have on
file over 000, and by the fourth of
next month will have the required
$100,000. Ou tbat date we will have a
meeting of the board, after which the
policies will be sent eut. Please tell
your neighbor about the loss and warn
him ft gain st a company that takes a
membership fee of $12.00 for $1,000 in
surance and then leaves you subject to
assossmebt. Such a company is doing
business iu this state, and they claim to
insure against tire,- lightning, tornado
and accident. The law does not pro
vide for accident insurance, therefore
beware of any unusual company that
asks as much for membership as the
probable cost would be in a p.uely mu
It would be well to talk over the ad
visability of cyclone insurance in your
Sub aud County Alliance, and make a
choice of some one to write us on the
subject. No policy will be Issued until
we bae on file $150,000 worth of prop
erty lusured. We want more agents.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
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V? Tl w1
No cracked plates.
1208 O ST.
Tiencath tho stor, No. 1, i iwi a flusnr;
brtow il u wliiUi spot f ftoffeueti dartine,
in a (iytfjM-'ptic '.ootli, tfolajf to tiie tutT'o or
Xo. ? n'm-it emslon of lb" Fpetli, wUh dark
ttreui .uoxt to t j.o rijt jt iAe gums.
i 3 shrr- i rhcnmatlr tooth from Miller,
v'atire in'! lUiVrubi nave peuetr.ttti itiu pulp.
V.H'n fill tiw tceiti, kill tho nitcrobes Ufe
uyspeiwin aiKt rhetimatlgni, ami save vour
teeth from aches anl imiJiik. V e have alt the
Hnn-sttioucs toe excractiug tvnilx witiiout
ft.dhero with a tenacity of 15 to 20 Dounda.
"BUSY BEE" WASHER
tiuarvtitp to run eaolcr boi do bettor work ibtu anv othtr ia the orI I.
Mung otretaaajy, H e onmleiige a trial wnn aur ethw nitciiitit. Vtarran(e4
ior nvu reara aoa money rerunaca n oot fotirt-iy sau-ructorr. r iu aiif
ml), Satea time, okmh-t ftod olothca. Juki tlie nmohine fur lalffs who
are not wrt atroue. Thousand of utt h u-i-4 to l.irf thHr ahtn
drtiie, notfB4vethateptiiibr uxing theUl'Nlf IIKfc" WAKIlKlt. Have
iur iitreui-'th, healtli, iiru, chtihet aod woiiy bj iuvHuic only aV in ttiU
'niachiu. Dttn't kwp thn H ba uoIpm It tuiti ou. We are mponalble
ainil anfan fuat what tee Mr. KV Invite toii to jTivetigate Uruiililr
Wlore nxkiQg a ont. We will futtfft f 09 to anrnoe who will prove tbat wt
cvt-r rfuTd (be full amount in a dlsaaiUflMt puroiafr.
AfFUTC Uf IDTFfi lnrrroouutr. KxclnfTrtmltnrT. Matir
AUCn I O Wff AN I taJ f oar A units make $Ut to f'-W a unuth.
Laity Aeeoti &re very xuncesshil. Farmeri and tbHr wivt-a tunkn 2m tof4tH
Iv dtirloif winier. Oue farmer to Missouri wild M. Friff f.'i. S-intrtl (full
l! to thi.K deirlnit aa airnay, only $i. Aim orleorated I'KXN VKl4Jr.HH
Jf aodotbiT itMeful hoiuh(..d article at lowcat wholesale prior. U'rrrn-r to our f.U.
i 1 jSlttfertw to Atu. LAKE ERIE MFG. CO., 153 East 13th St., ERIE, PA-
It;.- t- ,
J. I. PARR &
2045 M Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
CARPETS, KOTIOXS, SHOES, GRO
Largest stock In the city.
TEEMS; ONE PRICE AND CASH.
DIARRHOEA REMEDY. .
An effectual remedy for the cure of pain in
the Stomach, Colto, Cholera Morb-ja, Cratng
Catlo, Bilious Cello, Painter's Colic, Bummer
Complaint, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Bloody
Fiuz, Chronlo Diarrhoea, cuo.v.a Infantum,
Cholera and Bowel Complaint In all forms.
Prepared only by the Howard Medicine Co.
12th and N Streets, Lit -join. Neb. Price 36ots.
ForSaeby aV Druggist.
Country Produce (butter and
ffff) taken In exchange for
merchandise. Our store Is
headquarters for for the farm
re of Lancaster county. 62tf
Wishing to plat a portion of my farm
and attend to its sale next season, I will
close out my entire herd of richly bred
Poland-China hogs on my farm near
Lincoln, Neb, Dec. 11,1891, sa'e to com
mence at 11 o'clock sharp. I have been
about twelve years breeding, culling
and buying until I claim as good a herd
as any iu the United States. My per
sonal attention aud best thought have
been given to the business. Unable to
give it my personal attention for a while
at least, and unwilling to trust my repu
tation as a breeder to hired help. I will
offer the entire herd consisting of about
40 sows one year old and upwards, a
choice lot of young sows and boars
rendj for breeding and about 75 head
of late summer and fall pigs. Also my
choice breeding boars "Van Dee" (A)
12749, (S) 7343 and McKeighan (S)5094.
I claim for " Van Dee" tbat he has no
superior and very few equals as a
breeder. Ho was sired by the famous
hog Osgood 15,1(57 (O) out of Gem 2nd,
(0) 35,930. Now is your chance to start
right with choice breeder i at your own
Union college " cars run irom Lin
coln to my farm.
Xkhms: vJne year at iu per cem, or
5 oer cent off for cash. Sums under
10 cash, liood luncn at noon. Don't
miss it I mean tho sale. J. V. Wolfe
qFhakk M. Woods. Auctioneer. 23U
A New Firm.
II. R. Bailey, formerly of Carter &
Bailey has concluded to lauuch out in
to the commission business by himself,
and with that purpose in view has
rented a storo at 1320 U St., where he
will conduct a general commission busi
ness. Mr. Bailtiv has been a resident
of this county for the oast live years
and is well and favorably known among
our business men as a aud
worthy gentleoiau with whom it is a
pleasure to do business. He starts out
with bright prospects having just re
ceived three car loads of potatoes and
one of apples. He is prepared to fur
nish our readers with anything they
may wact to buy, and is also pajiDg the
highest cash wrice for produce of all
kinds. Thoso cf our readers having
butter, eggs or poultry, iu fact anything
raised on a farm, will do well to corre
spond with or call and ee this enter
prising young business man. Rimem
ber the place, 1326 U S;., Lincoln, Neb.
The regular meeting of the Saunders
County Alliance will bo held at Wahoo
ou Saturday, Nov. 28. An open meeting
will be held in the afterneon addressed
by O. Hull, state lecturer, and others.
It is hoped that every Alliance in the
county will be represented.
P. J. Caket, Secy.
Leeie A Stewart, 251 S. 11th St.
We want you to ask your grocer for
German and insist upon having it. It
b the best made. For sale by all flrst
oImi store. Gikman Yeast Co.,
0 Omaha. Neb.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO HEAD THIS.
Ladies Fur Trimmed Long lieefers actually worth $30.00 for
Perfect fit. Warraatad, No canker boto mouths.
Never look bka tombstones, but perfectly natural.
J.W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street. Lincoln, Neb. 1109.
We commence this week to cut prices on Cloaks and Underwear, Cloaks for
SCHOOL CHILDREN AND LADIES
$1.50, $2.00, $3.50, $3.00, $4.00 and up to $10.00. Cloaks nevr ww so u,eap as
this year. Woolen underwear in shirts and drawers at rtnch lower prlies than
last year. Undershirts worth 83cts we are selling at 57cis. liio,iih.ois at 75cts.,
$1.00 and up to $5. Cotton flannel and Muslin cheaper than ever before. !St4
COME SEE TJS-
J. W. WINGER & CO., 1109 0 STREET.
240 acre improved farm,
onehalf mile from Pleasant
Dale, Soward Co., JSeb.,
only $25 per acre. Saw-mill and 1300 acres of red and white oak timber, at Cher
ry Valley, Arkansas, to exchange for good Nebraska land antt some money.
Ready sale for all the lumber. 28 head of short-horn registered; cattle to trade
for 100 acres of land in south eastern Nebraska. It will pay you to investigate
this. A highly improved quarter, 5 miles from Ashland, to exchange for good
raw land In south eastern Nebraska. Fine 100 acres adjoining the eity of Hast
ings, Neb., all under cultivation, tine buildings, fruits of kinds, at a great bar
gain. Exchanges of all kinds made. Write what you want and I can iitvouout.
City property for sale and exchange. C- R. VAN DUYN,
Room 4, 1113 O Street (20) Lincoln, Nebraska-
Vtwimwii CO HERD
LARGE ENGLISH BERKHIRES.
H. S. WILLIAMSON, Prop.,
BFAVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA.
Thirty choice plct of April furrow left, also
four litters of June farrow. Ipduoement to
ptrtles itarttcv herd. Orders boeked for
sows bred for eprmir farrow. Siook A No.l
Prion right. Mention the Alliance.
On Everything You Eat, Vear or Use !
The sat represents oar Fine Wool ChinoMllt Betvet
OrerooBt, in Blsok, Brown or Bine. The eoat U elegan
trimmed end made np expressly for onr trade. We toll
hundreds of them to oor regnlar patrons, and not OM
oom plaint was made. Sites 84 to 42. A $13.00 Overcoat
Fine Blaek All Wool Cheviot Saek Bait, an old stineV
by of oars; sizes 84 to 40; qnnlity of workmanship IM
best. A $15.00 snit for $12.00. Wa can furnish ma
ples of the aboTS great bargains.
Poland Chinas for Sale.
Owing to the limited number of buy
ers in 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 sown, also
my famous yearling boar ben. These
will all be sold cheap and on very
favorable terms. For particulars ad
dress, L. H. Sltbr.
A Good Dim Print
Wammitta Oinffbam. Brown or Blue Check.
Ht-mry V'ai or Striped Flannel 6ot,
Fruit ot tho Loom Muslin. M-'.n
Arnold1! ceiebratf Ucrman 8me Prints ............................... Jvcm
A good Brown or Bine Check Blurting ctf
A Nico Drem Flannel, 34 in. wide '14
L. U Factory. The btandard Sheeting
A Oood Blenched Hnalln Sett
A Hearj Kene Oottonade for Pants S3oM
O'mHes In tin boxes and oolor Bets
Iri'.h Linen Note Paper, per lb.. AeS
A Box of 300 EnrelopeK (white) 60ott
Double Bruasted Scotch M.nno Bins, mixed, Uudenhirta and Drawers,
per set ftftees
A Sl.M mixed Pomet Flannel Shirt, the bast. SU.oe
A Oood Kentucky Joan, Brown or Bias SMoet
A Oood ricking, Bliw Striped Boti
Plymouth Bnck Olnrca. nnlined (Dan!. Hayes) .'. wSota
A hl.M Buff Oalf Shoe la Laos or Oongras 7 to U. ............... ....1
OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE
And Grocery List furnishes praotically everything yon eat, nse or wear. We mailed
sop? to onr regnlar customers free of cost. Send 6 cents to pay the postage, with yoaisr'
request for a oopy. As we furnish the book free, jon ought to be willing to pay poea
age to get it, Yon eannot afford to be without it,
H. R. EAGLE & C2.,
Wholesale Farmers Supply House
68 A. 70 WABASH AVECHICAGO.
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