The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892, February 04, 1892, Image 8
THE FAKMEKS AMjIANCK, LINCOLN. NEB., TIIUKSDAV, YEW. 4. 182. TU Work f ti. Suu Lwtarm. To th. Oouaty and Si.b.r4lBt St tarww anil Ictiirvra cf tb. 1 armrri' AliiMM of KeliTwka: 7b UU Loctu- rvnelocted at tbe It ioMlon 01 mo si. ta Alliance, for the Duno. of yt- ttiz!rr ttwir work hare until furtkrr oth districtfed tht Ut ty eountlea M foUowi: PI9TWCT XO. 8. W. H. PICO, ST4TE lECTl'KEK. "WanhinjrtoB OourIm Sarpy lodn Sauuder Col tax i'latte mis Merrick Hamilton Howard llatl Sherman Buffalo Dawson Lcaa Lincoln Arthur Perkioi Cheyenne Banner Kimball DISTKICT HO. 1. .c. nracuibn, a8st rratt lecttheb. ItuUor 'ara ;reley Valky Carter MePkenon Keith SaAta Biuff Dakota llixo Wayne I'i-rce Itoono ;rtjelvl Krown IOU llookr Iltx Uutle Sttoux Thurston Cumin Stanton Madison Holt KeyaPaba Boyd Itlaine Grant Deuel Burt Cedar Knox Antelope W heeler Kock Cherry Thomas Sheridan Dawea DISTRICT KO. 3. KT, A22"T STATE lECTrBES Johnoon Richardson Seward York Clay Webnter Phelps Furnas Hitchcock Dundy Otoe Pawnee G(TS Saline Thajer Adams Franklin Gasper Hayes Chasm Caas 3temaha Lancaster Jefferson llllinore Nuckolls Kiwrney Harlan Frontinr Ked Willo AU communications from counties in ditftrlct No, 3 should bo addnwed to U". II Doch, Ithaca, Neb.: from dis trict No. 1 to S. C. Fairchild. Oakdale, Neb ; from district No. 11 to V. F. Wright. BethsoT, Neb., or to the under signed, . J. M. Thompson, State Secretary. CAUGHT BY AN ALLIGATOR. Tk Awfal Fat. that Ovartook a Mnleaa Whit. Crowing a Rlr, "Yes, Tve shot any. number of alii. tpUora, The swamp immediately in the rear of my quarters at Itolize Abounded vith them, and I often twpped off one in the early morning from my veranda. They proved un interesting prey, however, always ply ing up the ghost ut llio first discharge; tut still I can tell you quite a tragic .Incident connected with the brutes 'which occurred under my very eyes. You know that I was stntionod nt - Orange Walk. British Honduras, for evoral months. The name of the place sonnds pretty enough, but that's .all there is pretty about it. It la, in tact, nothing but a wretched SpanUh Iolian village, " says a writer In tho Globe-Democrat, 'o that we had no .vutoide associates and no diversion ox vcept hunting- and riding1. , -ila connection with the latter pur Tiult, we were In the habit of riding occasionally to a village called San Eatevan, situated some twenty milns distant on tho New Iiiver. but on tho farsido from Orange Walk, so that we had to cross the river in order to got there. This wo did sometimes at Orange Walk, sometimes at San Ksta van, just as the whim seized us. Thero -stae no bridge or regular ferry nt either place, so that our method of crossing was by means of a canoe, whije our Uoi-iM swam behind. As tho canoe would not hold more than two at a time, the ferryman and passengor, this crossing was a wor of time, more specially when any of the horses -elected to be fractious, t On the occasion ot which I am mboiftto speak we had decided to ride ilown on our own side of the river and cross over at San Estevan, as tho Tainy season was not long over and the track in question was decidedly the better ot the two. After a few hours' enjoyable riding through the forest's pleasant shade, wo arrived at the crossing and shouted for the negro to take us over. He soon put in an -appearance and we all soon safoly landed on the opposite shore, the fcorees soomingly enjoying thoir cold wltn nf tor the journey. We were addling our horses, preparatory to .remounting, when we saw a native ugar planter, or rancherix come trot- tUur. down to tho opposite shore. He preiientod quite a contrast to us in his picturesque and splendid costume. It i needless to dpscribn it. Kvery one knows tho velvet garments trimmed with gold lace and buttons, the benu tilul ' embroidered linen, huge silver pars, and broad sombrero of tho typ leal Mexican. 40 was mounted on a spirited little white horse, which con trasted favorably with his black co- 'tame. Tho ferryman was about to pat off to bring him over, when, with a careless wuve of bis hand, he put bis horse to the water, and the gallant little beast started on his journey ravc;y arid resolutoly. We all stood mechanically watch' ing him, none of us I believe, uppre bending any mishap, when tho .horse vttored a shrill scream of pain and terror, while he was perceptibly sink , tag lower and lower in tbo wator, His rider, with blanched face and staring oyeballa, seemed to be struggling to disengage himself from his sinking steed, out ne, too. suddenly gave a fearful scream and slowly sank from view. For a moment no . ono moved r spoke, but all stood gazing spell bound at the spot where so lately had tieenafcuman being full of lifo and ayoty. while his sombrero floated . elowly down the sullen stream. A moment later Coleman and I had sprung into the canoa I peering anx iously over the prow while he wielded the paddle in frantic haste, neither of Ms, however entertained any hopes of doing any good. For a few moments we paused in midstream, intently watching the water's surface, till a succession of dark crimson rings rising to the surface confirmed our worst fears and left no doubt as to the ter rible fate of the Mexican. Whether the saurians were at tracted by our crossing over, and ar rived in time to make a meal of the unfortunate ranchero. I don't know. but we decided to recross at Orange . Walk, aud I swore that If my horse Jack got over safely be should never oter that accursed stream again. He never did.'" ';' "x 1 Stack hows. The results of a propcrous year among fa.-mrrs Is being fcit In our bust news. Prraeot indications are that the aoaon of and K1 will be better In the Imported bene business than for several years. The ioqulr are num erous aiid are of a berter tone than for merly. Buyers are mere particular in making selections, the horse must pos sets roro than gross wmgfet. Breeders have learned that a 1SU0 pound draft stallion of the right type will out breed one weighing l&O or 2000 pounds but lacking q-iaiity. They realize tbst legs meuurig U inches composed of rouud spungy bene and meat will not support as much weight or stand as much strs.n as one of smaller size, rf flinty bone and hard sinew. They have learned that side bones and roaring are inherited and transmittable defects and they don't want them The Shire is at the front to stay. I have letters from my pa.rons saying that they have everywhere giveu tbehighent satisfaction. This is, however, no more than expected, for when in 1874 I com menced introducing tbeni into the Unite ! States I was confident, and so expressed myself, that all that was necessary to place the Stiirei to tne front was to bring tbem int) sharp practical competition with ether breeds. itn tnu Cleveland nay it was a lore- gone conclusion with ail that saw uiy urrt importations that if they would trausiiitt their giaiid qualities and characteristics with even reasonable certainty, they would be an immense succe in the United States. Time has proven the great value of this, world- renowned breed. They have simply tep a ed in this country what they had done everywhere else prove that as breeders they could stamp their char acteristics npon their offspring with remarkable certainty. I havo at present the finest collection of the two breeds (about two hundred and fifty) that I ever owned at one time. Recently I have been making careful enquiry of my patrons as to how my stallions nave proved as euro nreeu- ers and what tbey think of my plan of importing quite young and fully acclim ating before sale. I am new receiving answers to my enquiries and they re port from seventy to ninety per cent, of foals, aud credit the result to the fact that the stock was fully acclimated bo fore put to breeding. The stallions I am now otferii.g have been on my farm two and three years, are fully aculima- ted, and without being crannied witb drugs aud grain they are all iu splendid condition and nearly all have been test ed as to thoir breeding capabilities Tacso points I consider ot prime im portance to the buyer. Jan. 12H, Mi. UKO f. 1SROWN, It AuroraIlllnols. If Ex Governor Robert W.Furnas again speaks to the publio through the best of all advertising mediums, The Farmkus' Alliance, calling attention to his full line of nursery stocks and for es' treo seedlings specialty. Seo else- whore his advertisement. WATER AND A SANDWICH. A PRINCE'S BREAK. Pm4 far tlrrxh ml rmlw la FagU.li frt Ha R.rtn hf the Ssrre4 faw. LriXDOX, Feb. 2. Mias Florence Xash a pretty jonng girl only IT years of age. Las sned All Khan, the son of a dis tinguished Indian prince, for breat h of promise of marriage. The case came np for bearing. The fascinating plaintiff took the stand and poured out her woes to the sympathetic court. Miss Nash said that All Khan had from the first time they met treated her with much attention and that he had taken her to many places of amusement. Finally she said he proposed marriage and was acre-pW. A dinner followed at the Cafo Royal, where champagne was free ly indnlged in. Ali Khan and the yonng lady referred to, according to the latter, then went to the Empire house, where Ali Khitn, it is claimed, effected the young lady's ruin. A few l;iys later. Miss pah sars. Ali Khan told the plaintiff that be was aiiout to return to India and it was then she ascertained that he was already married. Ali Khan took the witness stand. He spoke English very slightly. He was understood to testify tliat all lie said when he proposed to Florence was mine wife, Hindoo.' He denied that any promise of marriage was given. Witness declined to swear on the testa ment, refused to say "so help me God." and wauted to swear upon his honor or upon the sacred cow. ills evident was rejected by the court, but the jury, after a short declaration brought in a verdict In his favor. And .Then Men Wonder Why They Look Old When Really Young. No living person, man or woman, likes the thought of showing the marks of (loot ing years. It is all right to grow old; people do not mind that idea so much as they dislike the ap pearance of age. You can't kocp the years from passing nor the grey hairs from cowing, hat you can by caro in so every-day a matter as eating keep away other external marks of old father Time. Thisis not a set of rules, but a very plain statement of a single fact or two. Stop into a down-town lunch room at the noon hour, and observe what they eat and how they cat it a class of ice water and a sandwich or two, with a piece of pio, five minutes in which to eat, then away again in the rush of business. Among men of sense this should not be. Eat slowly and eat good, substantial food. It has been proved by a series ot rigorously exact observations that by a succulent, delicate and choice regimen, the external appearances of ago are kept away for a long time. It gives more brilliancy to the eye, more freshness to the skin, more support to the muscles; ami, as it is certain in physiology that wrinkles, those formidable enemies of beauty, are caused by the depression of tho musclo, it is equally t rue that, other things bomg equal, those who understand eating are comparatively lour years younger than those igno rant of that science. Painters and sculptors are eeply penetratod with this truth, for in representing those who practice abstinence by choice or duty, such as misers or anchorites, they always give thein the pallor of disease, the leanness of misery, and the wrinkles of decrepitude. The subject of cookery has received a large share of attention in nil ages, of which memorials have been retained. Dr. Johnson thought the matter of writing a cook book was far above the capacity of the ordinary woman, and lloswell, with his accustomed modesty, mi ye that the doctor seriously enter tained the notion of writing one him sell. Buskin, the greatest art critic of modern times, and who ranks rightly as one of the masters of the English language, in his work called "Preteri ta," stops in his account of Italian Hculptoruigs and frescoes to note a remembrance of his iather'shouseand kitchen and cook. "I have never," says he, "seen a fillet of veal rightly roasted, nor a lorkslnre pudding rightly basted since Mary Stone left us to be marriedinlS3(i." Now York Mail and Express. The Elder a Total La. London, Feb. 2. It is now deemed probable that the steamship Eider will prove a total loss. Her propeller was carried away and the hole in her bottom hiis increased aud the water gaining. Nearly all the mails have lieen taken on and tugs are lying alongside to take off the remainder of her crew. The vessel is valued nt $700,000 and together with cargo, is fully insured. London, Feb. 2. The Santiago corre- spondent of The Times asserts that Minister Egnn did receive a safe conduct for the refugees at the United States legation and thst he nover informed his government of it. OWED $34 THirtrV YEARS. ftult Iti-Kim hj aa Iowa Woman to Collect an Aelor's Hoard DHL Dt ntoi K, la.. Feb. 2. A petition wns filed in the district court in the case of Miidnnio Degrisselles against Charles W. Cannon. Plaintiff, a leading hotel keeper in seized the baggage of an actor mimed u!th Edwards, now cf the Broadway theater. New York, to secure his board bill t,t This he released when Cannon, then an ohsenre merchant here, assumed responsibility for the pay ment of the bill. Cannon in 3 8(51 removed to Helena, Mont. He returned to Dubnque recent ly to buy a burial lot, and was served with notice of this suit for $31, with in terest from 1XC2. The plaintiff! has since become quite poor, while Cannon is now a muiti-millioimire. save Von Slept Twenty Years! An average man of fifty has spent 4,000 days, or nearly twenty years, in ftlcep, and bos consumed about 17,000 pounds of bread and 16,000 pounds of tBLoat, washed down with J, 000 gallons 4tt liquids. Clanvte! Item. Have you got a copy of Milton's Taradiso Lost?' " asked Gll- hooly of Hostotter McGinnis, who is not one of tho most educated men in the world. What in the world is that?" re plied McGinnis. - -It's a book." responded Gilhooly. io, sir. 1 nave, not got no such a book. Whenever I find anything that is lost I return it to tho owner. hen did Mr. Milton lose his book? What reward is he offering for its return P' Texas Sittings. The directors of thePonca Driving and Fair association decided at their last meet ing to hold their next races July 8,5 and 0, at which time Sil.TtiO in purses will be of fered. The full meeting will commence Oct. 3, at which tOUQ will be hung op lu purses. The county board of Clay county passed an order at a recent meeting authorizing tho supervisor of ench township to attend to the burial of any honorably discharged soldier, sailor or marine who may die without leaving sufficient means for that purpose. C. P. Robinson, a Johnson county farmer, has lost liMK) worth of hogs with cholera. He says that last year when corn was scarce the cholera wns not around, thus demonstrating to a certain extent the evil effects of on exclusive corn diet for hogs. Jude Dundy bns granted the motion for a new trial in the eae of D. 8. Maltby vs. the Modern Woodmen of America, at Lincoln. Tho plaintiff brought suit agiiiust the order for money alleged to 1 due him on account of services us agent, lie K"t a judgment fort6.V57.75. The (inue county Agricultural society has elected officers for the ensuing year as follows: President. E. O. Webster; first vice president, V. F. A. Hurtling; second vice presideut, T. B. Essex: secretary, A. V. S. Saunders; treasurer, A. W. Brandt; general superintendent, K F. Davis. Two farmers living near Elyria named Anderson and MeekS, became engaged in an altercation concerning the rent of some land which Meeks hud leased to Ander son. A fight ensued in which Anderson stabbed Meeks in the left side with n pocket knife, inflicting an ugly and pain ful, yet not.fatal wound. Deputy United States Marshal Charles E. Harris went to J'ender and arrested E. John Smith, who is cbnrctcd withselliuR whisky to the Indians. Whisky has been sold to the Indians there for some time, aud though an ludinn or any one known to be buying it for Indians could not get a drop for love or money at the saloons, yet every day Indians have been seen on the itreets "chock full." J. W. McMullin and M. M. Hnrney, two Alliance candidates at the last election iu Buffalo county, and who were defeated in a contest for the offices of county clerk and sheriff, have appealed their cases to the district court. McMullin was defeated by four votes, and Harnev tied with tueRu- publlcau candidate, but was defeated by lot Sheriff McGrew, the successful can didate,' is very ill and doubts are enter tained of his recovery. , THE MARKETS. ' Chicago Grata and Provision Cbicauo, Feb. X WHEAT May. SOVto. OORN-Mav 4Ho, OATS-Mny.3ie. PORK May, S11P0. liARD Mav, f5. KlBd-May, A Ke Haven youug lady died lately of typhoid lever, wm-n her physician at tribute to tho eating ot raw clams, In fectod, as he believes, with germs ot the malady. ... .-. : :- The IfomllMt Man In Lincoln, As well ss weu at the banasoraest, and ethers are m TlteO to call on ony druirlt and ret free 1 trial bottle ef Kemp's Balsam fur the throat and liiuss. a remedy that Is sellim entirely upon Its merits and Is guaranteed to relieve ana cure an usronio ana Aeute uoukbs. as thma. Bronchitis and Consumption. Uirri bottles 60o and $1. Mm Chicago Lire Stork. Union Stoox Yards, Chicago, Feb. 4. CATTLE-Estimated receipts, 7.XH head. Natives. S3. K an: cows and ImlK S2. (KM ;!.: Teians, $1.UI.U; westerns, Si.ioa,3.'J0, Mar- met stoaay. HOOS Estimated reeeinta. 4f..DP0 head. I.lvlit. $1.4ttj',4.iV: mixed and medium. $4.UUA 4.01: heavy. 4.tia4 W Murknt stronir. SHEEP-Westerns. Jr4.30i6.ai; natives, $3.73 Wa. iu, xexans, .tRaa.uu. Kantaa City Live Stock. Kansas Crrr, Feb. CATTI.E-Eptimated' rocofpts, 2.700 head BMpments, X,4(KI head. Ktecra. S4.&UM 75: cow Si.it.t.4.UI: Dtorkvrs and feeders, f2 4m&A6U nrket dull. HX8-Estimated receipts. tLSOn bead: ship ments, 1.4m, head; opened lower; all Kfadea, Omaha Live Stock. , Union Stock Yards. Omaha, Feb. f. I CATTLB-testimated receipts. iSno bead 1,300 to 1..W! Ilia.. SaSVai SK: 1.100 to 1.300 Ilia.. $3.XSjawi; too, to lbs.. IlOnCSS.?!); choice cows. t2.ia3.25: common cows, S1.C032.UI; good feerters, f2.fiaft&JK: common feeders, f3 HO 2.50. Market strong oa beat, lower on other. HOGS-Ktimtd receipt. J.iM) bead; light. vt .x.f niixm. n. i.xn.io; aoavy, eusw St. f la Teia. O-nstcA-u, Tex., IVli. 2. The city ball here was d'-twlr t w Led to hear ex flovenHir St, John dist-nss the political inea ,f tho day. He c laimed that the jToliilition of the saloon was the pn-atest qnest joti of the hour, and made sti cl'N!j.-nt plea to snstain his position. He leummed the two Jartii fur the Mibservk'ttcY to the ruin power, monon- olies and trusts, and declared that the only issue U-tween the Democrats and the Refnhlican was the scramble for office, lie said the whole tariff svstonn was WTona in primiple. because it levied its burdens upon the necessities instead of the wealth of the people, thus making the poor pay as much to defray the ex penses of tbe government as is imposed npon the rich. He came out squarely for free coinage of silver, the election of United btutes senators and the nresi- dent by a direct vote of the people, and the governmental control of railways, so that the poor man could have an equal chance iu matters of fares aud freights witn tii rich politician and speculator, tM as ne has to;lay in the mail service. iVltn irreat earnestness he declared that the protection of innocent, defenseless omen and children from the murder ous legalized saloons of tb land was of greater importance tlu. the ouestion of ur with Chill over a drunken saloon brawl. IIin nddress aroused great en thusiasm and was londly applauded. Illll'a Frleuila Explain. Washington, Feb. 2. Tho indigna tion of the New York Cleveland winst of the Democratic party over Senator Hill's calling an early convention, has forced the senator and his friends to make an explanation. They are justifying them selves by declaring thut they are only practicing the tactics of the Cleveland men in other states. The latter has planned, they say, by calling conven tions in April in such states as Pennsyl vania, .Massachusetts and .Mew .Hamp shire, to start a Cleveland boom and set the pace for other states that hold con- entions later. Missouri, for instance. elects delegates May 11. The Ilill Gormun faciion concluded that if early conventions in Republican states to make propaganda for C'levelund was legiti mate, it would prove so for their pur pose if the Now York convention could be held still earlier. ,Thev reason that New York is indispensable. Whoever captures the delegation is in ft position to dictate terms. No matter what the so-called Mugwump states may do, with ew York pledged to a candidate, they are not in it. Hill expects to got a nia- rity of the New York delegates, and get tnern early enough to set the pace for all of the other states. He claims he is simply paying off Lis enemies in theii own coin. Nebraska Judicial Contest. Lincoln, Nob., Feb. 2. Judge Craw ford, of the Eighth district, comprising the counties of Cuming, Stanton, Dixon, Dakota, Cedar and Thurston, who was defeated at the last election by W. F. Norris, the Repiiblican-Allianco candi date, begnn proceedings in the supreme court in tho nature of quo warranto, alleging that though Norris had an ap- went maiority of 82, there were 332 illegal votes cast for him, to-wit: Those cast by the Omaha and Winnehago In dians on tho reservations in Thurston county. The court has once passed upon this question and held that these Indians have not broken up their tribal rela tions aud ure not, therefore, entitled to vote. South Dakota Politics. Yankton, S. D., Feb. 2. Otto Pee- miller of this city, chairman of the Dem ocratic state central committee, has called a meeting of that committee to occur in Huron Wednesday, Feb. 24, for the purpose of calling a state convention to elect delegates to tho national con vention to be held in Chicago. Tha state convention will probably be held in this citv, GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. Only 30 Days More in Which to Close Out OUE MAMMOTH STOCK. Owing to complications as to the ownership of the building we occupy and the uncertainty of a renewal of the lease we have decided to close out our retail business D-A-RCia: 1st 1892. This means untold bargains for our customers and a heavy loss o us but losses do not count now, We must sell Everything. Dress Goods, Flannels, ' Blankets, Comforts, Table Linen, White Goods, Prints, Embroideries, Hosiery, Underwear. Corsets, Notions, Ribbons, Ladies' and Gents' Slippers, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Show-Cases, Fixtures, Etc. Write os for samples aixl prices, and men tion Tup Alliance paper. eejirythhstg- sacrificed. KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS CO., THE PEOPLE'S STORE, 1518-1520 O ST. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. USfi MAM'S COUGH BALM FiraHAMoEsoftlieTliroat Mw Such si soldi, coughs, croon, asthma. In- fltMMa, hoarseness, bronchitis and incip ient consumption, and for tbe relief of eon umptivs patients in advanced stages of ths dlsftaM, n your aroiclft does not handle, fend tlreet U wrfi. Howard, 12th and N street! ilaeoln, Nebraska, 18 WOW UU B7 All MHTOGIJTS. I FURNAS witempw CO. HERD LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES. H. S. WILLIAMSON, Prop., BKAVER CI1Y, NEBRASKA. Thirty choice pigs of April farrow left, also four litters of June farrow. Inducements to nartits etartinif herds. Orders booked for ows bred for nprlng farrow. Stock A No. 1. Prions nirht. Mention too almancx. u CHE W and SMOKE untaxed NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO FOR I.nW rKIC'KJI WR1TK TO KIERIWKTIIKB A -.. t'liirbsviHe. Tnnn, 244 andft-lM acres In Lanoaster Co Neb., SO acres undo, cultivation, 45 IflrH fnnmt. bniliu, with hra r,wima ll 11 UlVVll 1 illlllii ...hie fur vlirht html of hnrn.i nrf sixty head ef cattle, s-ood well, g-rove and garden, Ave aoros with ho fonce. Prioe (23 00 per acre, (1,000 or t l.5U) cash, balance on lony time. For particulars address, 'MAt V. L. VODICKA. 312 South nth Street, Omaha. Nebraska. A To lUance Men, Farmers oi Bilers! If you are going to build or want anything in the Hardware, Harness or Pump Line, write or call and see me for prices. I Will Sell You the Western Washing Machine and a good Wringer for $:-.00, and every thing else in proportion. Tin Hoofing, Job Work and Pump Kepairing. C. M.LOOMIS, Dealer in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. 34-2m 905 O St. L.ipcop, JMeb- HEKMAN-:-BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Glotlg, Hals, Cans aufl Hiiig Ms. BRANCH HOUSES: BEATRICE, GRAND ISLAND, FALLS CITY, WEEPING WATER AND AUBURN. 19m3 WE HAVE GOT TO MOVE SO WE OFFER The Following Inducements: Round Oaks, Cook Stoves and Base Heaters at a very low price, Washing Mach. es at $4.50 each. We handle the American Round Oak and Red Cress Stoves and Ranges. We ask you to call and be convinced that we can soil yon goods Cheaper than any body. 1210 O St. IP. S. WHITE. (Successor to Kruse White Special Attention to Mail Orders. PRICES 2-OW. 1017 & 1019 0 STREET. LINCOLN, NEB. ELKHART carriage and harness mfg. co. Mo J.Farm Harness. !!&J&&SZ5SV Ho. 80. R, ad Wagon ana lareM raanawnaren in America eiiing' .nl4 U rnuMI this WAV Nhin wtrfi nm. i Ue to examine before any money iHp&id! M pitu f might boih tea w if not aatis factory. War- rent for two yearn. Why pay an Agent 10ton0 to ordVr for you? Write your own order. Boxing tree. We take all the risk of damage in shipping, WHOLESALE PRICES. .-in in ivnvn sni, w rnF ami pwoi Gnoranteed same aa soil for 70 toftAS. It nsail n unna. rurryii wua renaera, Mnie as eeii iori;iu. . Tnn ItUffSlfMa at lSttti. fln anldst ftHR Plisa.tmt "0. Hl Hagon.m. 12 j PUaoton body, ration Dd Ury back 813. xT J OUR HARNESS or nil JVo. 1 OakJaitnetf Leather. S!nle9to20i rtotihlo Itu?, K18 tort.-,. Rlillna Knddles allprictM. S4paceilliutTtdOtAinffQfra. Address W.B.PRATT, Sec'y, ELKHART,! ND. k r ;act ) L mm -ermzJlo.29. LEADER IN LOW PRICES. Save i the Dollar. If you aro wanting 30-4t A Bed Room Suit, a Stove, a Lounge, a Chair, or in fact anything you use in the house call on MM HOME FURHISHLNG HOUSE, 127 and 129 N 14th St., Lincoln, Neb. We will Save you Money. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO, -sis, r;-, in.'i.. iFk:,i. ts : w -1,1 rjrwmsmm :,,,-r , p liJ-'l--Vr"lliiHii 't THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Center Crank Stationery and Traction Engines. Send for Catalogue. 34 GUS TATES, General Agent, Branch House Lincoln, Neb.