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THE FAKMEKS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN. XEH THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 181)1.
C. M. LOOMIS
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-C -S . s-'"- DEALER IX 3
Hardware. Stoves and? Tinware.
lias lately moved luto the Veith building .pponite the Post Office.
'CU 1 fee hi line of
UniYersal Oats and Brands Brilliant BaseBnrner.
He U desirous of Tear Trade end will Mike it on ebject for you.
Will sell you
The Western Washer for only S4.50.
903O STREET, LINCOLN, NEH.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO HEAD THIS, d
240 aire lmnroved farm,
rmehaif inflefroin Pleosanl
Kuward Co.. Neb .
niv . wr acre. Saw mill ami i:rau acres 01 reu anu .un...,.,
viu. Artnii toexchance for Rood aebrasKS lanu ana soi hiucj
iLYJ .Ale 15 " the lumber g28 hoi of short horn registered: cattle to trad.
i0 acres of land in south eastern Nebraska. It w U pay you to investigate
thL A hTahfy improved quarter. 8 wiles from Ashiaud. to exchange for Rood
thw-, ,L"if..i stsra NeHra-k Kin- KM) acres adjoinine the city of Hast
W Neb .U undHivaUonrtine building fruits of a.! kind,, at .
S. Kh.w. of all kind. iL.Je. Write what you SuVM
' City property for sale and expire- . C R. VAN .
Room 4, 1113 O Street (30) Lincoln. Nebraska
QJ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Cloii, Hats, Caps ni
ISLAND, FALLS CITY. WEEPING WATER ANL
Special Attentionjto Mail Orders.
1017 & 1019 0 STREET.
THE DOLLAR TYPE WRITER.
Sandoval, Ills Citizens Confess to an
POWDER AND FUSE FOUND
reparation Mad for Blowing- t
Hohi ami AsaaMlnatloBS Thirty
Tb.aMid Dollar Worth mt Frop
rty Put to tha Torch.
ABCDEFGHI JKLMNOPQRS TUVWXY
i t rum i f & -m ;
A wonderfully ebea(, novel and osrtul msoDine. on nB m-
high priced type writer and w m ""'a""U " ,1''.' victor Keeds and Ink automatically.
paok ta Woi box with Ink and full directions, mco , neau,
Price $1.00 Each; By Mail 15c Extra. Mt
m. J. Thorp & Go., 320 G. If Street
Just the thing for a Christmas Present. Lincoln, Neb.
tfl i j?" Vt I It 1
DR. A. P. BURRUS
1208 'O ST.
npncalh th (Ur. No. I, Is Keen a (Insure;
below It a whIU) sot of soflimMi Uptitiu!,
In a uyapvptlo louih. going tu Uh w ur
Kn. shows rnwilon of ti' hfh, with dark
Streaks next tu 1X0 'ujp-- at Uw kuiiu.
1 S hnw rheumatic Umth from Miller,
-iwrc uv' uilt'rttwH have ticiiuirutd tbv pulp.
VtI fill th tetli. kill tlia mlcrolies, aura
Av.peiMln ami rheumatism, and nave your
toeth fmin aihmain1 italit.. 'e have all the
amratliaUu fur extracting lueUt nltouul
CEyntAUA, His., Dec. 1. For the last
fourteen months the people of the cen
tal portion of Marion county have lived
in dread of a gang of incendiaries, and
luring that time no les than six largo
and well filled barns and two residences
have been fired by the torch. Through
the efforts of a local protective organi
sation a clue was obtained and it wa3
decided to employ an expert to work np
tho case. City Marshal Wisenhcimer of
this city was employed. With a posne
af eight determined men he went to
Sandovel and arrested three citizens of
that place, Lordon, Stacy and McKib
ben. and has several others under sur
veillance. J. F. McKibben is theloadr and. hea l
conspirator of the gang. McKibben is
a man that has stood well here and
wherever he is known. He was the
state business agent for the F. M. B. A.
for two years aud is known in connec
tion with that order all over the stute.
Spitework and revenge are the cause of
Ins criminal actions, which are far-reach
ing and reveal a deep-laid conspiracy.
They had made all arrangements to blow
up and burn the store building of Henry
A keg of iHwdr and abont forty foet
of fuse were found hidden in the rear of
Hull's premises, where it would bo
handy. The pit bo.ss at the Sandoval
mines was ulso marked as a victim of the
gang, but in his ca it was to bo cold
blooded murder. They had laid their
plans, and went so far as to visit his
residenco and select a window through
which he was to bo rfiot from the out
side. Tho information which led to the nn.
covering of this bloodthirsty gang was
obtained from a iirty whom they hail
approached with a view of inducing him
to join them.
After the arrest Lordon and btacy
weakened and made a dean breast of the
whole business. Tho property that ha
lieen destroyed by this gang is estimated
f Dr. Craves' Defense.
Denver, Dec. 1. The work of select
ing a jury in the Graves case was con
tinued until the venire had been ex
hausted, and then, just as court ad
journed for the duy, a new venire of
tiftv was ordered, ii naa oniy ueen e-
terinined in a general way what the
line of defense will be. Jndge Macon,
senior counsel for Dr. Graves, stated
that thev were practically at sea in the
matter. "We can do nothing," said he,
"until we discover what the state in
tends to do. When we find that out we
will be in a position to take an aggres
sive stand in defense of onr client." It
is understood, however, that they will
base their defense principally upon tho
proposition that Dr. Graves, being a ben
eficiary of Mrs. Barnaby, had no motive
for the commission of such a crime, and
that tho contents of the bottle which
was sent to her by "a friend in the
woods," and from which she drank the
deadly draught, were changed after it
hud urnved in Denver. They will not
deny, it is stated, that Dr. Graves sent
Mrs. Barnaby from Boston a bottle of
GMT SPECIAL SALE OF CLOAKS
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO,
1036 O STREET, LINCOLN.
AVe have Ixiuglit the entire sample line of ladies' and children' cloaks from the largest manufacturer in the country. We
bought them at a reduction of 50 per cent. You can buy them of us at the same reduction. If you are going to buy a cloak
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE,
SealPlush garments plain and trimmed with the most stylish furs at the actual reduction ol
Plush jackets actually worth $12.00 for f-6.98.
Plush jackets actually worth $17.00 for $9.98.
Plush Iieefer jackets actually worth $20,00 for $11.98.
Fur Trimmed Reefer jackets actually worth $27. for $U.98.
Fur Trimmed Long Reefer jackets actually worth $2 2. 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, Tight Fitting and Reefer Front.
Ladies Cloth Jackets, Fur Trimmed at $4.98, $6.98, $7,J8 and $8,98, actually worth 1-2 more.
Sale Begins on Thursday Morning. :
H. M. Gittings has an advertisement
in this issue calling attention to his
method of dehorning Read it and
write him for particulars. It
A. J. Rigbv & Co. have $300,000 to
loan on real estate at a low rate of in
terest. Call on or address them at
Newman block, room 21 Lincoln, Neb.
I am now able to give price of coal at
your depot en all R. H. in the State.
24tf J. W. IIAKTLHY, stale Agt.
A Serious Fall
In prices of lino stationery, albums,
soaps, perfumery and all goods, at C.
M. Leighton's, 14.1 . 10th St. tl
The New Lincoln.
Nebraska's lep,diug hotel. All mod
ern improvements. Kates $2.50 to $4 00
per day. Latter price with baths.
It Shekks & Maiikkl, Frop'rs.
Farmers and Laborers, buy your
goods at wholesale prices. 25 to 50 per
cent saved. Send for catalogue.
New England Supply Co.,
2U4 1315 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
ris Jr., at 330 South 0th street, Lincoln,
iseb. Also keeps a general supply or
Hour and feed. 23t4.
OUR SPECIAL SALE
At less than wholesale price.
In order to reduce our large stock we will sell
for a few days
At a discount of
Perfect lit. Warranted. Ko canker sore mouths.
Never look bke tombstones, but perfectly natural.
No cracked plates.
Adhere with a tenacity of 13 to 20 pounds.
To-Day at g A, M. j
To-day at 9 a. m. the great assignee
sale of line clothing beglr.s la the build
ing No. 1121 N street.
Ons of the largest wholesale clothing
houses on Broadway, New York city,
has failed for $185,000. The entire
stock has been brought here by order
of the cour and will bo closed out at
retail in ten days. Ou account of this
great failure the assignee has rented the
immense building at 1121 N street,
known as the exposition and formerly
occupied by S. J. O jell, next door to
lleruolsheimer & Co., Ltuculn, Neb ,
expressly for this large sale. To ar
range for this sale (he entire building
will be closed until Thursday, Decem
ber 3, at I) a. m., when the great sale
Below we quote a few prices in order
to show you what great bargains will
be offered; and bear in mind that all
goods priced below .;an be returned at
any time during the sale, no mattt r
what the cause may be, if they are not
A splendid suit of clothes for $3 48.
This suit is well made, all to match,
latest style, aud really worth $15.
-Men's cloth pants $1.24; line quality
. and very h&ndsoine and really worth
Men's extra fino suits at $3 85. This
suit is of the finest material, well made,
latest style, and really worth $20.
Men's extra fine worsted overcoats at
$3 48, worth $15.
, Men's fine fall overcoats, $6.00, high
grade of goods, wearing equal to t'-e
finest quality of custom i;ork, really
Men's extra line overcoats in silk and
satin linings, $7 85, positively equal to
the finest custom tailoring.
Boy's asd children's suits from $l.C8
p. Children's knee pants, 17 cunts.
boy's hats, 15 ceuts; fine embroidered
suspenders 9 cents; men's hats, 75 cts.,
One thousand othei articles we have
not space to mention here. It will pay
you to come 100 miles to visit this great
sale if you value money. Don't miss it.
Everything sold as advertised. We ad
vise yon to cut this out and bring it
with you, so you can get exactly the
same goods we mention. This sale wrll
... positively begin Thursday, December 8,
at 0 a. m., ruin or shine, at mi n
in the building known as the Exposi
tion, formerly occupied by s. J. Odell,
next door to Herpolsheinier, Twelfth
and N streets, Lincoln. Neb.
. Will retail 200 photograph albums at
whokf ale prices. C. M. Leighton, 115
S. 10th st. tt
Natures Natural Painkiller.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, g
A Sure Relief for
Rheumatism, neuralgia, toreness, sprains,
bruises, sore throat, headache and thoota
Price 60cts Tcr Bottle,
Prepared only by the
Howard Medicine Co.,
Corner 12th and N street,
LINCOLN, : ( t NEBRASKA.
Expreaa Bobber' IMnnder.
Denver, Dec. 1. Superintendent Mc-
Farland, of the Pinkcrton detective
agency, who wont out to secure the re
mains of the plunder stolon by the Rio
Grnnde express robbers, has returned
with the bootv which he found planted
near the Head or urusii creeic, ai ine
place to which he was directed by one of
the robbers who had confessed. The
place is admirably located in a deep
canon in the mountains, and one might
nnsa within a dozen feet of it and not
800 It. in addition 10 me property which
whs taken from tho Rio Grande tram, a
number of other articles which have
lieen stolen from neiKhborinir ranches
was also unearthed.
Fuough to Stock a Store.
Detroit, Dec. 1. The local police
arrested two clever crooks who
have been operating extensively in this
ritv for the last two months. They are
Julia Landlitke and Fred Sullivan, and
wero found hving together as man aim
wife in Antoine street, where their big
assortment of booty was found con-
The woman has been assisted in all of
her operations by her paramour, and
their assortment of booty consists of val
uable clothing, sealskin and opera cloaks,
jewelry, pocket books and the like and
Is valued at nearly $3,000.
Hanker Beats Will Prosecute.
Kansas Cm, Dic. 1. Mr. Beals,after
an interview with the prosecuting at
torney in which the latter strongly
hinted that Mr. Deals might be called
nnon to answer to the charge of com
pounding felony, has decided to prose
cute the people who abducted his child.
He has given a description of the man
who brought the child, and as the pot
lice have found a picture of a man in tho
house occupied by King which tallies
with the description, it is believed that
the man will soon be under arrest.
A Farm Cheap.
An 80 acre farm, well improved, for
sale cheap and on easy terms.
Address A. J. Kiuby & U)., me
money loaners. Room 21, ixewman
block, Lincoln, JNoo. ud-u
Save Your Money.
Send for a receipt and make your
own blueing for ten cents a gallon in
stead of paying ten cents for a four
ounce bottle, equal to $3 per gallon.
This blueing is superior to any on the
market. Tell your neighbors of this
and send for a receipt, price 25 cents,
four receipts for $1. Address
tf J. P. Harris, Fairfield, Neb.
33 1-3 PER CENT
From onr IRegixleur Prices.
HARLEYS DRUG STORE,
GofpcfO apd ljth Street,
YOUR LAST CHAICE.
at a Bargain.
S. T. J AMES,
Is Offering His Entire Herd of
For Sale, Consisting of
Uoarl nf Anorl Snuic Yoar.t
lings, Ones, Twos, Threes'
All have proven good breeder. These
fwi are now being- bred for Marcn niters
from three flret clans llnare ( hatnploa Dune
avrw. is a araKdson of Lonirfeilow iiw he Is
a first olasi hog- in every particular, will
weigh now la Ireedlna- sorvioe NH) poiiaa.
Also Hwallon'l Beat 25299; he is also a grand
hoar, weighs 600 pounds rr over. Also Re
ciprocity, sired bjr Eclipse S5HI, bred by B.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Dec. 1.
WHEAT-Deiwmber. ftiHsuHc: May, 670.
OOKf-Domler, tiV4c; May. KHe.
OATS December, 3l?r: May 83tc
PORK -Dei-ember, January, $11,103
11.12W.: May. ll.J!.
l.b2H: &Iay, j.8-.
December. $5.95; January, $6.10
ii.SO; January, $3,503
FarnieTs' wives please call at the Lit
tlo Gem millinery store and buy your
hats, dress ooods. gloves and hoisery
No better place. One-fourth off on all
prices until Christmas. Butter and
ccirs will be takon in exchange for
millinery goods. Mrs. Luke proprietor,
122 N. 14th St., Lincoln. 2412
What Calhoun Says.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 23, 1890.
Eureka Kheuniatio Remedy Co.,
1 have been relieved twice from se
vere attacks of Rhuematism by the use
of Eureka Rheumatic Remedy, using
only a small portion of one bottle, have
had no trouble since the last attack,
about threo years ago.
J. D. Calhoun,
Editor Lincoln Weekly Herald.
For sale by Drueirists. i2m43
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 iuclude a
splendid lot of this season's males and
sows and some fine yearling sows, also
my famous yearling boar Ben. These
will all bo sold choap and on very
favorable terms. For particulars ad
dress, L. H. Sutkr,
A company has been organized at
Kearney known as the Nebraska State
Hail ssf ociatiou, mutual. Its object is
to insure against loss by hail at actual
cost. Alliances and other organizations
should instruct their secretaries to cor
respond with J. M. Sanford, Fairfield,
Neb., general state agent, for partic
ulars, special lates to members, and
cmies of its bv-iaws. Special rates to
January 1st only. 2214
Leete V Stewart, SSI S. 11th St
We want you to ask your grocer for
German and insist upon having it. It
ll ihs best made. For sale by all first
lass stores. German Yeast Co.,
6 Omaha, Neb.
The holiday season is again at hand, and once more the time has come when we must re'
member our little ones. Oar stock this season is larger than ever and our selection the best in
We are Over-Stocked in " Bisque Heads "
And will sell them at prices never heard of before.
Remember this is Your Last Chance
as we are going out of the Toy business and must sell out at almost any price. You can buy
your presents here at j our own figures. If you do not know what you want give us a call
satisfied. AVe employ
and you will be surely
polite and attentive clerks who are always
ing to show you around.
Give us a call before buying elsewhere
you will save money by purchasing here.
"We mention a few of our prices:
Large fine plush album holding
only Gi) cents.
Patent folding table only 99c. See illustration,
13 inch Bisque doll only 10c. 24 in Bisque doll only 25c,
24 inch China head doll only 50c. Large J0 mcl
of our prices. Articles too numerous to mention,
THE GREAT IOC STORE.
, , mm " j j
Chicago I 've Stork.
Union Stock Yards, I
Chicago, Doc. 1. 1
CATTLE -Esti r nted receipts, 8.000 head.
Natives, SS.HiMrt.Si. cows aud bulls, St.'Iratf.Jii;
Tezans, f l.UU63.7i; western beeves. $2.&)3.tM.
Hl03 Entimated receipts. 80,000 head.
Heavy. $1 65.',M i; medium, ).S0(&J.8j; light,
BHEEP Nativrs. westerners,
Si.Ul4 ; Tetans, S3. 75 IB.
Kansas City Live Stock.
KjlNsas City, Deo. 1.
CATtLE -Estimated receipts, 4.500 head:
On the lower gulf coast of Florida S5 per
month until paid tor; 10 acres equal to in
Nebraska. Address The Grove City Land
Ce., Grovo City, f la. tf
srxr Our Inducements are Better than Eier.
We will assign the Exclusive Right to sell
the Celebrated "Taylor Adjustable Ladies'
Shoe In the whole or part of this state. SCO of
! our agents nvernge from y to .oo
a year; no other snoe line ii; nig-proms; easy
to makeeale. Address with He stamp, CON
SOLIDATED ADJUSTABLE 8HOK CO..
23U i,yun, Mass.
9 inch Bisque doll only 5c.
Large 24 inch patent Bisque doll only 50c,
Bisque doll only 1.00 These are only a few
Call and be convinced at
118 south 12th street, Lincoln, Nebrask.
N. ceole'y. Those sow. can't be dupltosted .meniSS "fi fi3or fl
anywhere for the money ltbUes to buy them, i r;4'4,). mnckmsand feeders. si. Market
1 will als sell Champion Duke and- Swailon s :tri)n for native and weak forTexans.
Reel 2.U9S on otder and shin attar January 1
18K!, or as soon as the sows prove safe In far
row. I havo also some young boars tNat will
weigh from 75 to SOU pounds each. Also a few
relts of late litters. Write for what you
want. All correspondence promptly an
8. T. JAMES, Greenwood. Neb.
Reference First National Bank, Greenwood.
Foi Sale Cheap.
One billiard and pool table. For
further particulars address Box T2,
21tf Ceresco, Neb.
HOOS Estimated receipts, 8V; shipments,
ttVI. All gratia. & bulk, UMliM
Market 5c to 10c lower.
Omaha Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards, I
Omaha, Deo. 1. 1
CATTLE-Estimated receipts, 1.700 head.
1,11) to 1,500 lbs., S4.5u.V75; 1.1'Sl to 1,300 lbs..
$4.I&4.S5: S.T0 to 1,1110 lbs.. 12.75(98.75', choice
cows, I1.70Q&50; common cows. St.O0iftl.50:
good native feeders, SS.aVt:Uin; common uattv
feedem, $2.U0a50. Market strong all arouu ..
HOGS -Estimated receipts. 17,i0O head.
Light. r.VHai)5: medium. fJ.lt3.&5; heavy,
S3.4i43.to. Market 10c lower.
A O. DsviS. df fondant, take notice that on
the 18th dav of November, 1881, Malel B.
Davis, plaiHltff. filed her petition In the dis
trict court of Lancaster county, Nebraska,
arainst you. asking that the marriage rela
tion now existing between the plalt tiff and
defendant bo dissolved and that she be di
vorced from the defendant, and for the care,
custodv and control ef the minor danghter
Maud B. Davis, on the grounds of abandon
ment, refusnl and failure to support the
plaintiff aad mine r child, and lor cruel and
You arc required to answer said petition on
or before the mn day of Decembe 1.
by G. A. Bi'tsn, Attorney.
Dated Nov. 18, l9L 4t
OUR SFECIAL SALE ON
Cloaks and Furs
We also call special attention to our
We are selling jo dczen Ladies wool
hose. Other bargains too
numerous to mention.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
Be sure and visit onr Bargain
133 to 139 S lllh St., Llrcoln, Nebraska.
H. M. GITTINGS, Disco, Illinois,
Breeder of Aberdeen
Angus cattle of the
composed of Princess,
etc. Choice roungbulls
readv for service for sale at prices within the
reach of all persons wanting a " dehorner.'
write or come and see me. Mention this
Wishing to plat a portion of my farm
and attend to its sile 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 in the United States. My per
sonal attention and 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
ready for breeding and about 75 head
of late summer and fall pies. Also my
choice breeding boars "Van Dee" (A)
12749, (S) 7343 and McKeighan (S)59S)4.
1 claim for " Van Dee" that bo. has no
superior and very few equals as a
breeder. He was sired by the famous
hog Osgood 15,1 17 (O) out of Geni 2nd,
(O) 35,930. Now is yourchauce to start
right with choice breeder j at your own
" Union College " cars run from Lin
coln to my farm".
Tebms: One year at 10 per cent, or
5 per cent off for cash. Sums under
10 cash. Good lunch at noon. Don't
miss it I mean the sale. J. V. Wolfe.
Frank M. Woods. Auctioneer,
Of short-hand, type-writing and telegra
phy is offering superior facilities for ac
quiring s sound practical training in
t hnaa art. If -mn are contemplating at
tending a school of this kind it will be to
your interest to call on or address them
at 1130 U street, Lincoin, aeo. u
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
Carpets, notions, shoes,
Largest stock In the city.
TEEMS: ONE PRICE AND CASH.
Country Produce (butter and
sgfft) taken la exchange for
merchandise. Our store Is
headquarters for for the farm
rs of Lancaster county. 52tf
LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES.
H. S. WILLIAMSON, Prop.,
BFAVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA.
Thirty choice pigs of April farrow left, also
four litters of June farrow, inducements to
parties starting herds. Orders booked for
mows bred for spring farrow. Stock A No.l .
Prioes right. Mention the AuLlANGX.
J. I. PARR &
2045 M Street, Lincoln, Neb.
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