The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892, December 17, 1891, Image 8

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VotluT and Child Murdered by
Hannibal, Ho, Xegro.
VICTIM OF HIGHWAYMEN.
A Kaasas Ftrain Sl(gl au4 Bbk4
mlHtolMr Mn4 a Rallr4
Tnrk-A Tssaa Tragedy Shot
Haxmbal, Mo.. Dec 13.-E.lwar.!
Brown, colored 'teamster, fonnl his
wife, who wu soon to become a Dint her,
in a state of intoxication. A quarrel en
nea, anting wuica Urovrn drew a re-
vulver antljbhot his wife through the ab
domen. She gave birth to a child.
which was born dad, and she died
midnight The ball hJ passed through
the head of the unlwrn infant Brown
ha been held withont bond.
Rldilled with Uullvts.
Richland, Tex., Due. 15. Dr. Allan,
a young physician, was mnrdered here
by Matthew Dnnlevy, one of the wealth
lest Mock raiser of the state. The
' mnrdorer Hteiiiwxl out of a hnrber
bop and hailed the doctor.
As Allen turned Dnnlevy tired
tath barrels of a double birreled allot
(run at him, and the (Victor fell, riddled
with nhot. As ha half rose in his death
gmy the murderer drew a revolver an J
hot his victim airain through the neck
Dnnlevy was arrested, lie awitn that
Allen mad disparaging remarks ulxut
lue uauguter.
Shot by I'ulirvmrn.
Des Moixes, la., Dm;. 13. Sim Dar
don, a throngh character, was shot and
erioiiHly wounihxl by Poli'viimn ski li
ner, who was attempting to 'ar
rest him and others in a notorious re
sort in what U known a the "Whit.
chape!" district of the city. Doardon
assaulted Skinner with a coupling pin
and then started to inn, bnt wan liultn!
by shot from the policeman' revolver.
Ho will probably recover.
Tlrtlra of lllgliwajrmon,
Atcthson, Kan., Dec. 13. H.M.John
aon, a yonng farmer of rarncll, thi.
nnty, was assaulted on his way to
chnrch by nnknown persons and rob'ied.
His assailants evidently thinking they
had killol him placed him on the rail
road track from whence ha was rescued
by a track walker five minutes before
train time. Johnson is in a precarious
condition,
Taunt Field Indlrtad.
New York, Dec. 15. The grand jurv
found an indictment against . M. Field
for misappropriating $50,000 worth of
bonds. Field was brought into court,
lie was very dejected.
ENGLAND IS ALL READY.
Ir Edwin Arnold f ay War Would Find
llrltain Prepared.
St. Louis. Dec. 15. Sir Edwin Arnold
was interviewed on the fight between
English troops and the hill men in Iuda.
He said: "The crisis is unusually
alarming for the special reason
that the blood of English oflieerr
has been spilled in this skirmish
near Gilgit. To one familiar with
Anglo-Indian history and spirit, the
gravity of such a fact can hardly be ex
plained. With the blood of English
officers already spilt, war will follow any
action save the most complete repara
tion and expatiation. . The British em
pire is prepared for war. It is so tre
mendously prepared that no man can
estimate the vast extont of the prepara
tions, both in money and in men. A
better time for war! if war must come,
could not be selected.
NEW CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
A Cleveland Physician Who Will Give UU
Discovery Free to the World.
Cleveland. Dec. 15. Dr. Keeley has
rival in the person of Dr. Charles Sted
man, who has been treating cases of
drunkenness in the cit y workhouses here
for some weeks, and believes that he has
as effective a cure for the drink habit as
that of Dr. Keeley. Five typical hard
drinkers in the workhouse have yielded
to the treatment and now declare that
they have no desire for liquor. Several
have stood severe tests and shown no re
turn of the appetite. Dr. Stedman is
very much encouraged at the results,
and will continue his treatment of work
honse and other patients until he feels
fully convinced of the value of his meth
od, when he intends to make it public in
order that all can avail themselves of it
at the face cost of the ingredients.
"mind Boat" Buckley Returns Home.
Montreal, Dec. 15. "Blind Boss"
Buckley of San Francisco, who has
been living here since Oct. 1, has re
turned home owing to the action of the
supreme court in declaring the grand
jury which indicted him illegally con
structed. -
Receiver Wanted.
Fremont, Neb., Dec. 15. At a meet
ing of the directors of the Nebraska
Mortgage and Investment company,
held in this city, an application was
made to the United States district court
for the appointment of a receiver for that
concern. -
China and the World'efalr.
New York, Dec. IV A Washington
special says the Chinese government has
officially notified the state department
that China will take no part in the
world's fair, owing to the discrimina
tion against the citizens of that country.
Judge Klnne Resigns.
Dks Moines, Dec 15. The governor
received the resignation of Judge Kinno
as judge of one of Iowa's judicial cir
cuits. He was elected to the supreme
bench at the last election. His successor
will be appointed before the first of next
year.
The Chess Contest.
St. Loos, Dec. 15. The fifth game of
the Judd-Showalter championship chess
contest ended in a draw after the sixty
fifth move. The score now stands:
Judd, 2;Showalter. 1; drawn, 3.
Franca and Germany's Scheme.
Washington, Dec. 15. It has leaked
out that a quiet but determined effort
will be made this winter by diplomatic
representatives of Germany and France
to secure the repeal of the bounty upon
beet sugar, granted by the last congress.
Both of these countries, which are largo
exporters of tuiproduct, producing each
year more than sufficient to supply the
needs of their people, have been serious
ly hurt by the prospect that within a
few years the United States will pro
duce from the beet an amount not ouly
sufficient for domestic consumption, but
sufficient to enter into competition with
them in the markets of the world.
THE
PETRIFIED BODY FOUND.
Mrs. Mary ReyMloV Remain larreaaaal
fram IM t Paaad la VI eight.
MrixifttfBTaa, O. , Doc, 13. A carious
find has been made near Nashville,
eleven miles west of here, by the vil
lage undertaker. Some years ago there
died a woman named Mrs. Mary Ryn
olds, who weighed about 300 pounds at
the time of her death, and was buried in
a aerlnded country bnrving-gronnd
Last spring her hnlwnd died and was
buried beside her. The village undertaker
was employed this week to take up both
remains anil remove them to the me-
Wyat Nashville. The body of Mrs.
Reynolds was found to have been pet
rified and weighed nearly MOO pounds, so
that it required the combined strength
of a dozen men to load and unload it
from a wagon. Several hundred visited
the cemetery to see the remains, which
appeared verv natural to those who
knew Iter in life.
Mrlrkea with Paralysis.
Ottcmwa, la., Dec 13. Hon. E. L.
Burton, judge of the Second judicial
district, is lying at his home in a crit
ical condition, suffering from a stroke of
paralysis.
THE ALTON BOYCOTT.
Ad Effort to Drop tha Fight Falls to Pass
t Conference of Eastern Agents
and Trunk Lines.
New York, Dec. 13, The trunk lines
committee and the general agents of the
east bound freight committee of Chicaj
met in joint session here. F. C. Donnld,
vice chairman of the Central Traffic as
sociation presided. The following roads
were represented: Grand Trunk. New
York Contra!. West Shore. Waliash.
'entity! vunia. St. Louis. Kansas Cilv
and Chicago, and Erie. Tlie nioetiu
was called to consider the report of the
special committee on the secession of the
Alton and the boycott of that road. A
resolution was offered to the cSect that
the functions of the commit ten rearanl.
ing the boycott should cease. The mat
ter, however, did not come to vote, a
resolution wing u tautened to continue
mo comminoe witn nower to emoiov
clerical help. The sulwtitute also failed
to reach a vote. A great diversity of
pinion on me matter was displayed.
Inch will have to be bridged over lie.
toreine meeting can proceed with its
work. The sentiment of the meeting, it
was afterwards said, was for a continu
ance of the non-payment of commissions.
The differences arose over the question
of how the western roads, which do not
live up to the agreement, should be
treated.
Great Northern Extension,
St. Tauu Minn., Dec. 13. The Great
Northern has just let the contract for
the last 200 miles of its Pacific coast ex
tension, to be completed within a year.
The Columbia river will be crossed at
Wenatchee, where a bridge 3,200 feet
long will be built at a cost of f "00,000,
and iust east of that point a tnnnol 8,000
feet long will be constructed. Before
the end of 1803 the Pugot sound country
will have the benefit of the competition
of four great transcontinental lines. It
is expected that trains will be running
into Kalespel by Jan. 10, and perhaps
earlier.
Captured the Illvhnmnd Terminal Co.
fitw iurk, mx. jo. a report was
prevalent all day that the Thomas in
terests in the Richmond Terminal com
pany had lieen steadily absorbing stock
for some time and that.having acquired a
controlling interest, they had notified
the partita now in control that they de
sired to call a meeting for a special elec
tion, according to the by-laws of the
company. This report has been con
firmed. An Important Decision.
Washington, Dec. 15. In the supreme
court of the United States Justice Field
announced an opinion of the court hold
ing, by a vote of 5 to 4, in the case of the
Grand Trnnk Railway of Canada vs. tin
State of Maine, that a tax bo levied bv
the state on tho gross receipts of tli
railway company for the right to ex
rise its franchise within the state w ..
legnl and constitutional.
The Atchison fttuteuient.
Boston, Dec. 13. Tho annual report
of the directors' of the Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe Railroad company.
just issued, says: Tho gross earnings of
the company from the Atchison arstom.
on an averrge operated mileage of 7,1 1 1
mites, were .i,i.ou,71, an increase of
f'.rJ.iH.&M) over the previous year. Net
surplus for the year, $4'4,5d3.
A Bridge or Its Own.
Omaha, Dec. 15. General Manager S.
H. H. Clark of the Missouri Pacific has
recommondod to Jay Gould to appropri
ate money and build an independent
bridge at Plattsinouth for the short line
of the Missouri Pacific between Omaha
aui Kansas Citv.
THE MARKETS.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
CliicAoo, Dec. 15.
WHEAT -Dscembsr. DHlo: Jatmarr. B-JUn:
May. Mr.
C'ORN-Doeombr, 61c; January, sSJjjc; May,
He.
OAT4 -December. SI-.; Msv. rtlUWHlio.
PORK -January. l Mav, f 1 1, tin
ijahu- January, ( r:u
January. Sri.WU: Mav. n 17l
RIB3-Jnuiy, JS.i; May,
Chicago Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards, 1
Chiuaoo, Deo. 1.1. f
CATTLE-Etimati1 receipt 5..VH head.
Natives, tt.l.; cows and bulls, $1.7&;t ":
Tpxans. S1.0(iZM.&: weaturti beeves, aunuxt D l
St.-a.ly. w
HOU3 Estimated reoelpts. 40,(100 head:
Kamas City Live Stock.
Kansas Citt. Dec 15.
CATTLE Estimated receipts, 310 head;
shipment. m. Steers. S3.iuai.ai; cows,
f!.i:itrt: stackers and feeders, S2.3Ua3.1.V.
Market steadv.
HtXiS-Kstimated receipts, 7.0(li) head: ship
ments, 1,'AH. All grades, satt&3.5i. Market
lower.
Omaha Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards, i
Omaha, Dec li. (
CATTLE-Estimated receipts, 18,iWtl head:
n u to IS.) lbs.. S&K&U3; 1,101 to 1,:HW lbs..
fS.a&: SiM to l.Uin lbs., Sj.ik$l!iu:cioica
cows, fl.8031.in; common cows, fl.00l.l;
pood native feeders, Ji.Vifia.iiii: common Dative
feeders. fi.OJ&i-W. Market stiong. Cows Ito
HOOS-Estimated receipts. J.500 head. I.brUt
3.(a:V; medium. SH.tV63.ai; heavy, (.UUis !
S Si. Market 5 to 10c higher. I
' .. Struck by a Fast Train.
Deadwood. S. D., Dec. 15. While at
tempting to cross a bridge in front of a
fast moving train a hack driven by Hank
Bowen was hurled down a fifteen foot
embankment into the creek below, one
horse was killed and the driver and one
passenger were badly cut up about the
head.
Informed of His Son's Arrest.
New York, Deo. 15.-Cyrus W. Field
wa informed of his ion's arrest and the
shock was a terrible one. In his enfee
bled condition. It is feared a relapse
will follow which may prove fatal.
near?. an.0Mpt.Mi; moaiutn, 4ia.5(i3.l; lhjut,
J1.4-V(MJL Steady.
SHEEP-Natives, Sl.HnfMUO; westerners,
Vk i4.T3; Texan, J! Tiat.Ti).
FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN. NEB.,
Firs and Lightning.
la the Lancaster County Co. the work
goes steadily we now have on file
vtr tl 10,000 and if each member will
took around a little and report to the
Sec'y when any of your neighbors wants
some Insurance we will nave IJCO.OuO by
aiay la tne meantime rememtwr that
we have right here in our county a Co,
lo insure against
Cyclones
Which will take effect wben we have
150.000 worth of property Insured. This
Co. necessarily covers a large territory
and like a similar Co. in Iowa will
without the sluhtast doubt be instu-
mental la savi iff manr thousands of
del la rs for the farrier i of the state. The
cost in the Iowa Co. averaged 57 cent
per annum for seven years, while in
the Stock Co's. in this state if you in
sure on time (the same as in a mutual)
it would cost you 14 00 per year or 2
per cent for nve years. Ia other words
the Iowa mutual Co. carried their ta
surance for sevsn years for the same
price that a Stock Ce. would charge in
this state for one year. Therefore is it
not time for us to be looking out for
ourselves and put a Cyclone Co. on its
lejt, to stop the uunecessarr draia
from the farming fraternity of the state.
We need one or more good men in
each county in the state to sro to work
during iho winter and writo some in
surauce and help to stop one of the
worst leaks that the state is cursed with.
We hope to see many men who are in
terested in mutual insurance at the
State Alliance.
Please read this and hand to your
neighbor and ask him to suhscribo for
the Alliance as we will put all the in
surance news in this column. I am ia
tho otll"e over tho Alliance store at Cor.
11th & M ob Saturday's.
J. Y. M. Swkjart
Soc. of Xeb. Mut. Cyclone Ins. Co.
VOLCANO OF COLIMA ACTIVE.
Meilcaa Villages In Danger of Meeting
Pompeii's t-'ato.
' Citv op Mexico, Dec. 15.,-The gov
ernment, fearing that the villages ad
jacent to the volcano of Colima will
share the fate of Pompeii, has ordered
the villagers to abandon their homes
and move to places of safety.
ihe volcano is now vomiting great
volumes of ashes. lava and smoke, an
the country tor miles around is illumi
nated by the grand display. Stron;
winds carry the ashes 400 miles. A large
iany or scientists irom various parts ot
Mexico have gone to see the phenomena.
LTELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE.
Southern Pacini) Operators Called Oat
A Long and Hitter Struggle.
San Francisco, Dec. 15. Acting
Grand Chief Rumsey of the Order of
Railway Telegraphers, has issued
an order calling on the mem
bers of that organization on
the entire Southern Pacific system of
railroad to leave their instruments to
day. This inaugurates what promises
to be a long and bitter strike.
FELL FROM THE ROOF.
Three Firemen Injured While righting
tha Flames-Klght Buildings
Duraed.
Ashland, Pa., Dec. 15. Fire broke
out in a frame dwelling at Centralia, a
mining town, one mile from here, and
before it was extinguished it had de
stroyed eight buildings. When the
alarm of fire was first given there was a
large crowd in the opera house, where
an entertainment was in progress, and
the people rushed madly over each other
for the doors. Fortunately no one was
very badly injured. Two firemen while
hting the flames fell from the roof of
mildinir. sustaining serious iniurira.
Another fireman was badly burned. The
buildings were but partially iusured.
The loss is estimated at f 18,000.
CRUSADE AGAINST A RACE TRACK.
Chicago's City Council Has Schema to
Stop the Garfield Course.
" Chicago, .Dec. 15. Au important
move was made in the crusade against
the Garfield park track, the city council,
with one dissenting voice, adopting the
order directing the commissioner of pub
lic works to report the ordinance extend
ing the Jackson boulevard and Husa
avenue. This would bring the thor
oughfares namee at right angles through
tho racing course, rendering further
jockeying or pool selling there imprac
ticable. The action is the outcome of Sun
day's meeting addressed by ex-Mayor
Harrison, Rev. Dr. Withrow and others,
who denonncod the track as worse than
a hell hole.
Success of the Indian Schools.
PiNiutE, S.D.,Dec. 15. Superintendent
Davis, of the Pierre Indium school.leaves
for Lawrence, Kan., this week to attend
a meeting of superintendents of all the
Indian schools in the United States, to
be hold there on the 23d and
24th of this month. Indian Commis
sioner Morgan is to be present at the
meeting. The Pierre Indian school has
only been established one year, and yet
it is runninsr to its full capacity and has
had to turn away scholars.
THE DEATH ROLL.
Joel B. Mates, chief of the Cherokee
nation, nt Tnlilequah, I. T.
C. C. fii.tss, prominent Arkansas politic
ian, at Little liock.
Colonel William E. Merrill, United
States engineer, at EdgarHeld, Ills.
Judge Misott, once law partner ol
Franklin Pierce, at Concord, N. H.
Dr. E. D. YULE, surgeon Second Iowa
cavalry, at Marahalltown.
To Klect Senators bjr Popular Vole.
Washington-. Dec. 1,1. When tho
house is in a condition to procee.l to busi -ness
Representative Bryan of Nebraska
will propose a constitutional amendment
tnat will, it adopted, permit any state
o
elect its United States
senators bv
the
wte of the people.
What CalQoun Says.
Lincoln, Xeb., Aug. 23, 1890.
V 1 1 ro L- n PlumntntU 1 1..
V J',"1"" awusoujr
Co.,
"'Vu,u fuu'
1 have been
relieved twice from se
vere attacks of Rhnematism by the use
of Eureka Rheumatic Remedy, using
only a small portion cf one bottlo, have
had no trouble since the last attack,
about three years ago.
J. D. Calhoun,
Editor Lincoln Weekly Herald.
For sale by Drwts. i2m43
. Chamberlain's Academy
Of shorthand, type-writing and telegra
phy is offering superior facilities for ac
quiring a sound practical training in
these arts. If ;ou are contemplating at
tending a school of this kind it will be to
your Interest to call on or address them
at 1136 O street, Lincoln, Neb. 23tf
GREAT
FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.,
1036 O STREET, LINCOLN.
. . uaic ixmirui me euure earanie line or ladies and tin
iiouirht them at a reduction at
this season
tn
Seal Plush garments
PIukIi jackets actually worth $12.00 for $6.98.
Plush jackets actually worth $17.00 for $0.98.
Plush Keefer jackets actually
Ladies Cloth Jackets at $2.98, $3.48, $3.98
naaies uioinjacnets,
Clav flnnntir Alii anna Xfoofi'n
The Clay County Alliance will meet
at Clay Center on Saturday, January
2. 1M2, at 10 p. m. Let there be a full
delegation from each Alliance as there
will be business of importance to trans
act- D. A. Mokkis. Pres.
G. A. Shirk, Sec'y.
Alliance Meetings,
J. I). Roraine will address the Bee
Hive Alliance on Saturday afternoon,
Dec. 19; Raymond Alliance Monday
evening. Dec. 21; Davey Alliance Tues
day afternoon 22d, at 2 p. m., and
Yankee Hill Wednesday the 23.
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LOOK OUT!
The Alliance Store has jupt .
arranged to soil
Overshirts Undfer
Shirts and Drawers
Manulactured by the late Lincoln Manu.
facturing Co., at 50 cents on the dollar.
See next weeks paper for prices. 27
CANDY
FREE! !
From now till after Christ
mas we will eivc tree with eaeh
purchase of
S2.00
a box of choice candy.
Our assortment of Christmas
goods was never before so com
plete. 1
133 to 139 S llth St., Lincoln, Nebraska,
BALSAM.
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Fir all Afrecfions oftHe Tliroat and Lnnss
Sucn as colds, coughs, croup, asthma, In
fluents, hoarseness, bronchitis and incip
ient consumption, and for the relief of oon
umptiTS patients in advanced stages of the
disease.
If your drnf gist does not handle, send
f irect to W. B. Howard. 12th and SI streets
Lincoln, Nebraska. 16
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CHRISTMAS
MILLER
PANE
USE HOWARD'S COUGH
TIIUKSDAV, DEC.
SPECIAL
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" -ww AVU VUll irii I LUtTIlL IM I J ill. 1 lit JSiH III sr I HI I I I ( I I all
YOU CAN'T AFFORD
plain and trimmed with
worth $20,00 for $11.08.
Fur Trimmed at $4.98,
Sale Begins on Thursday MnrTiiTipv
Great
CHEISTMAS GOODS.
Commencing Wednesday December 9th
We will Close out all our
TOYS, DOLLS PLUSH GOODS, ETC.,
AT LESS THAN COST.
Our large fine deresed Bisque doll we will sell for 49c. A very fine decorated cup and
sancer 2o& A mush and milk set 65c. worth one dollar. All crockery, tinware, glassware and
china goes at less than cost. Remember, you can buy cheaper from us than any other place
in the city.
We solicit all Mail orders, getting our immediate attention.
CALL EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
118 south 12th street, Lincoln, Nebrask. THE GREAT IOC STORE.
OUR SPECIAL SALE
At
In order to reduce our large stock we will sell
1
At a discount of
33 1-3 PER CENT
From our Regular Prices.
Corper O apdjljth
Corner I Oth and P Streets. -
DIALERS IN
DRY GOODS,
CABPETS, NOTIONS, SHOES, GRO
CERIES, ETC,
Pepartipei)): Store.
Largest stook In tha city.
TEEMS: ONE PRICE AND CASH.
Conntry Produce (butter and
efrgs) taken la exchange for
merchandise. Our store Is
headquarters (or for the farm
n of Lancaster county. 62tf
"FURNAS
WiYfer-nmTM CO. HERD
LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES.
H. S. WILLIAMSON, Prop.,
BFAVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA.
Thirty choice pigs of April farrow lort, also
rour litters of Juue farrow. Inducements to
parties PUrtto herds. Orders booked for
sows bred for sprimr farrow. 8iook A No..
Prices nirht. Meution tho Allmncs. iJS
Stray Notice. 27ta
Taken up by the undersigned at his
farm on section 26, in Little Salt Drecinct
10 miles north of the city of Lincoln,
Oct. 81, 1851. One red and white hiefer
about 1 year old. No special marks or
brands. Owner can have same by
proving property and paying ail neces
sary costs. YVm. J. Bell, Davey, Neb.
17, 1891.
SALE OF MARS
divns7 o nnL-a frnm tIia lor.
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TO MISS THIS SALE.
the most stylish furs at
T .TP
Fur Trimmed Reefer jackets
HA
Fur Trimmed Long Reefer jackets actually worth $22. for 12.98
Ladies Fur Trimmed Lon
$17.48.
and $4.48, Tight Fitting and Reefer TVnnt
$6.98, $7,U8 and $8,98,
i Slaughtering
less than wholesale price.
for a few days
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HARLEYS DRUG STORE,
Street,
2fit3
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
11.50, $2.00, $3.50, $3.00, $4.00 and up to $10.00. Cloaks nevr wre g ,U1,7"
this year. Woolen underwear In shirts and drawers at n nch lower prl -cs th in
last year. Undershirts worth 85ets we are soiling at 57ets " at
$1.00 and up to $5. Cotton flannel and
COME -A.KTID SEE US.
J. W- WINGER & CO., 1109 0 STREET.
STOCK COMPLETE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Buy your Christrms Presents of
HCLASON & FLETCHER, h
BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOYS, ETC., ETC.
1220 O ST. LINCOLN, NEB.
NEBRASKA SEEDS.
Ncbraskans are pleased to learn that the census ranks their favorite stats third ,
"l producing state, of the Cnioa. A full line f these frosn and choice Idi u Zl
b' tf DELANO BROS.. Lee Park Cutlet C? Neb
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