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THE FAK31EKS ALLIANCE. LINCOliN, NEB., THURSDAY, FEB. 18, W2
J. T. M. 9WIOAKT, EDITOR.
Tfeis DcpvtBeDt will b willed for t ben
efit of Mutual Imaretxw CompitBiM throujb
out the Sti.
Tim co-operative tire insurance is a
' plan presented to the publio by which
Vie policy Holders set all loe Moehu
derived from the business alt the
protiu prj directly to them. If insur
ace companies owned by a tew per-
' sort, can be so conanetea tnat tne own
eri can realize annually a surplus from
tbe business, toe policy bolder of a co
operative association can realize a larger
surplus oi prom, tor me reason tnat tbe
' institution belongs to them, and each
cue is directly interested ia the welfare
' of tbe association. Tbe members being
TO every town ana county any act Oetn
nentat to the welfare of the association
if more readily discovered: a fraternal
Reeling is cultivated among the mem
bers, instead of a feeling of enmity be
log engendered, as is often the case
against corporations. The people are'
interested in tne success and prosperity
" of the association. There is but little
doubt but that the plan of insurance,
.properly mansgaa, by experienced un
derwriters can ove 60 per cent of the
present cost of insurance. This being
- -a large sum when the money paid for
. insurance in Texas alone is taken into
consideration, about t3,000.00u is mid
. -iui insurance in this state annually, and
is increasing annually oecause ot tbe
Then if this plan of insurance will
smve to the people of Texas 11.500.000.
certainly the inducement to sustain and
. "support it is very great- It Is not say
ing too mucn w assert mat in addition
to the amount saved in paying for in
suranee, that in the destruction of
.jiroiterty by Are there will be from 25 to
" SO per cent saved, for the reason that
the association belongs to the policy
- notaers ana not to a lew persons who
ere only interested from a money stand
.point, rroperty destroyed by tire can
not be replaced: the owner can be pro
' tocted, in part, from loss, but the de
troyed property requiring labor and
material to build it is gone, consumed.
. obliterated; hence the inducement to
adopt all the means in cur power to
prevent tne destruction f property.
.The owners of property should look in
to and study this plan of insurance from
all stand-points and support and help
to build it up because of its merit. The
ojecc being to reduce the cost of insur-
? auoe, to lessen tne destruction of prop
erty , to prevent litigation and iuduo
menaiy co-operation. Mutual In Youth
' Old Lines "first endeavored to ridi
cule the Mutuals. but they would not be
laughed down; then they slandered and
soused them, but aa examination was
invited, awl their calumnies was refuted
- while their abuse only served to adver
.tise thorn. , Disaster and tarty death
have been prophesied, but the sturdy
Mutuals have hung to life with a . feline
tenacity, while the " Liners " went over.
Technicalities, two-thirds classes, and
Inevitable Ligh assessments wero darkly
hinted at, but all the time losses were
taslng paid promptly, becoming more
jpupmar aaiiy. At last, in answer to
rma inquiry, "liuw shall we rid out
selves of the Mutual pests f it was re
aoivea to put rates down to tbe bottom
ana to increase agents' co nmlssions
" result is wen known. It was not
.satisfactory. Stock-holders claimed
neir semi-annual dividends, tho sur
plus was being eaten up. companies
were wrecked, while the Mntuals were
i giving cnoaper insurance and kept on
mmnsning as before.-Farmer and
latod the demands now endorsed by all
labor organizations had not had the
power to crystallite their principles into
tne laws of tne land, instead of tbe poll
ticians who cared oclv for Dartv.
There are seme in every Alliance who
wiu late great interest and be benefited
by 'The Railway I'robleni," " Whither
aie we Drifting." Money Monopoly. "
"Labor and Capital." 'Trogress and
poverty "and" Loe Cotporation Com
monwealth " But thj average Alliance
member would rather begin with stories.
Peffer's "Way Out," price 10 cents, is
popular. "Iowa Tribune Quarterly
No. 1" contains valuable speeches by
Weaver and others on the money ques
tion, and shows how Ion? nine have
labored ta bring about iiuaucial reform
and against what odds. One cannot bat
feel encouraged when they think how
few there were who understood what
the old greenbaekers were trying to do.
and what an army is now euiUted for
tho war. There is no Alliance in the
state that cannot give a supper or
oiotr entertainment before spring
upeus aou raise at least flu for
literature. Since writis about our
library before some Alliauces have ap
puiuusu cuoimiuees to comer witn me
ana see which we considered the most
valuable; so I will state here that if 1
had but f 10 to spend I would get
" Richard's Crown," Ctesar's Column,"
Ihe Industrial Declaimer" "Thirtv
Years of Ltbor," "Looking Backward,"
.avaaaiuju m ujlidijT. liiiVHii iniui
Sea to Sea" and "Which Wins." each
60 cent books; The Sub-Treasury Plan"
and "Pizarro and John Sherman." each
25 cents; Two Lectures." " Usury and
the Demands of the K. of L ," 20 cents;
"Ten Men of Money Iiland," "Peffer's
Way Out " and Seven Financial O.n.
sniracies," at 10 cents each. Coofident
that these would create an interest
which would make the rest seem lutraa-
sary and obtainable. Education is the
weapon which will surelv omnnninaid
tho toilers of earth, and the sooner we
educate the soomer will we sit beneath
our own vine and fig tree with no debt
to OPDresS US. no mortflraffe tn maka n
afraid. . , . t
The plan is a good one, but we think
Plot Of tWOlitV acri'a nut In ) tho
Alliance on tbe co-operative plan would
be better. If a twenty aero nlnt ti
sown in oats such members as could not
wura oouia nirnisn tbe seed, the others
could in a day or so put it in, such
uieiuours as nave binders eould cut it.
wone otners shocked. 8nm mumiu..-..
oi most Alliances have a thrashing ma
cnine, and it the grain was threshed
from the shock the women could have a
iuuuiu oruiuer gooa dinner, and one day
would be sufficient in many places to
thresh and haul off the grain. The
money would then be obtained earlv
DOUgh this fall to flood e.oh Invnihln
Wl h reform DIDers and hamnlilnra In.
" 7 r- r
uviuia viKuiiuu. or anv ntnnr nan u
.might be decided on. I like this plan
because it will help to make th mum.
bers better acquainted, and many will
not situated so
NEBRASKA NOTES. Public Sale.
go into this who are
The Educational and Campaign. funds.
Divin. Keb., Feb. 7, 1898. ...
XnrroB Farmkhs' Axuakck: The
proposition by The Alliance Publish
' im Company of raising an-independent
- is ausoiranie, and the
very uoerai auowaoce it deducts from
. AA nrlirinallv vm-u 1n
i price is exceedingly generous. Ishull
call the attentim of our Sub. Alliance to
iaw oiaucr at our next meeting and
urge each member to ant nrnmmi- it.
tfTorts to increase the circulation of our
official and able paper. It will not only
Xive us a campaign fund, but dlssemi
nuite the gospel o( Alliance truth among
... .v.tu-a wuum we tear nave
not yet seen the new light of reform
-orou-n a proper medium. Your con
iroversy witn the editor of the Omaha
jj w a suceess your many friends re-
jvfHsv over, uur enemies and the com
luonioesoijuatice, and humanity
are shaken to the centrei enlighieBed
imbUc wntimeBt thanks to an able
rt form press will causs them to fall
from their high positions they have
prostituted to the tauso of Sta and
u aiuw on American plutocracy like
th tlrnti loaves of the forest.
Aimignty iiod ia with us,'the gates of
, a. auu am ixcvtui Bgunst ua." In
un naeamuuo ie us remember ha has
-niaea us worK to ao; and Jet it be
lauor w love" for Uod, our families,
Anil (h ..lU. t . L . i . .
au uo -uwi- vrumernuoa o man.
C. II. Kisa
' Presidetit Mt. O.ive Alliance. No. 573.
Aa Interesting Letter from Mrs. Mie,
IUarwfcLL, Neb.. Feb: , 1803,
" vutfuimti a i tout our
- J. BU"" larorniauon may be inter-
i uur ivautmt, n nave now
paid ever for books. We have
nearly the whole list of reform books
and duplicates of several. There are
-w-rnt weum not nave bougut had
w- auown wnai tne contents were; for
juv-ou-n au are gooa, some are so much
iMtr fal fwsl tno '-oney would be
""""J" ,'or extra copies of them.
f" urrwa i nave a chance to
Crown, which .ho w the seven liuati
ml epu piracies ia story form, is one of
(h bi -IMb fivm Svtt to (ea"
d A Tramp in Society " ahow the
hind question up soitia aev r forgotten
ku. h V in. A Kentucky Colonel."
ad -Aa Indian Man" are vi-ry poii
fciiar. "l-ooiiog lukaidy ana
ta Column are not quite so
mch In ueniand, but are more valuable
tt hijfUty r!j!d by tarneNt thinkers.
1 he grt demand is either for au inte
ti&il atorf f.r muail book. Demands
' KaiW fcf Labor," price to cents,
y Ualph Unauuioat U yrobubly as
lnabU, a4 ai.y univs It la the "Soven
J tnaBctat i'aaspiracit-s." ty M-
k.-mty. "To Mi'u uf Money' Wand "
mi the iim low price, i mare popular
ad 1 more valuable in the
l.Ntarv Hub mom higher priced
H,vt ti e Bmney nuestioa, which so
lv u read. Is is . k claim "
fuir tl u.ihnue." ad tt peru! ere
:h Smmi for the larger works,
h., vtum' iiuancial Catechism,"
I"' Vi4,,,n 8t henuaa," a
14 aUo a valuabla
wr. ft kla that the hsaotial d.
kiw rtilstasfcappssi ta ome,
b tVht1.9?,ai0, Wd Blot
Ja i by tkt utmt vUUittuus tnitor
'tHraiis. WuIa ik a.., i.i
.. i... i . ...... : ,
-trirtj VssrssfUbor,- by f, .
IT-w4mrly , thewstb mum t8 et llw
w-itws, lit rswilsg it oimi eanaot
i f the loaf beaded
Kay j ear ago f.jrwu
ttiey could tend an acre by themselves.
vv men Alliance in the state win l
the best report of a field of grain ra!(,od
to tho State Alliauce next winter? We
like your plan of an eduontlnnnl f.m
and shall try to get sonie subaoribers
soon. Your for reform.
Mus J. T. Kellik.
A Lady Eeader Eeports.
Oed, Neb., Feb. 8, 1802.
Editor Alliance.- Thinking some
thing from this viciniiy might be of In
terest to some of your readers, I will
give you a tew items.
fu,m.ST.eeJt A1Jlan o. 1813 and
Noble Alliance of the same township
nuu unu an oyster ainner
the 20th of January. They had a pro
gramme consisting of reading, siu a inn
and speaking, In which old and young
""""l'"' uoo wnier ouo was Sung
by three little girls and was appreciated
by alt present. There wen 01 present,
who, after dolus- iustice tn th nra
i ii """S" uimuigs provtaea by the
juuion, cm wont noma fiM fner t.
A l k .1. ,, O
V'vu vu n mere,
alley county central committ hi
a meeung yesteraay and It being County
'"""" j oavenu finance aeie
gates aroppea in while the central com
miwee was at work. Among other
imngs wnion came up for consideration
was raising funds for the campaign of
j, bqu me pian wnion met with ap
proval was for each farmer to tilant oiTa
act e to crop, the proceeds of whioh was
to go towards the campaign fund, this
acre to oe Known as the independent
acre. There were fifteen acres pledged
immediately and each committnmn
was appointed to solicit contributions
vi one acre in tneir precincts.
iiie county Alliance was called to
order as soon as the central committee
adjourned and held an intprn n (V acta-
slon. We hope Brother Dsch will m.u
us n visit, wnue ne is state lecturer. i
With ronor eood wishea for
cess, a wni uiuse.
The farmrm' rlevator at Brork i open
The Stanton county fair will be held Oc
tober S, 6 and 7.
A new United Bret hern ehurch was
dedicated at Du IMu,
Onl had a private telegraph Hoe eonnect
lag fifteen instrument.
Mrs. John Golliifee of Platteville. Saan
dew county, has fallen heir to 3S,XW.
A Chicago com nan y will drill a hole 500
feet deep in the Tecnmaeh coal dintrict.
The achool library at Columbus con
tains between 7 and 800 well selected
A young man named King died near
Unadilla from getting a rabbit bone fast
in bis throat.
Mrs. Flora Caasell of Hastings is the
author of a book of music that has reached
it fifth edition,
Kearney will expend about W.ono in the
atranKemeota for the grand opening of its
new cotton milL
The W. C. T. U. of Kearney lost all its
f unH for charitable work by the recent
savSiga bank failure.
Tbe three men who robbed the depot at
Norfolk have been sentenced to two year
each in the penitentiary.
By the death ot her brother in Indianap
olis, Mrs, Barnev Keenan of SaundeH
county fell heir to 75,000,
A shorthorn COW belontrlni; tn TT K
Goff of Fremont gave birth to a calf with
two perfectly formed heads.
Groelywill nut in waterworks nosH no.
lo.iwu aa soon aa tbe ground thaws. Th
city will own and run tbem.
A farmer near Linwood. Rutin
found a chunk of coal eighty feet below
the surface while dicirinir a well.
Sioux county expects to double her pop
illation In twelve months, judging by the
inquiries for land now coming in,
Mrs. Catherine Wenr.cl, one of the oldest
pioneers in Otoo county, died at her noma
seven miles west of Nebraska City.
The home of Will Fanniug, living near
Colon, waa totally destroyed by Are. Thn
origin is unknown. It was partially in
sured. . - - ' . ,
John T. Sexton, a much respected and
well to do Springfield business man, is,
it is reported, becoming mentally unbal
anced. AinswortVs school building is too small
to accommodate the pupils, and an elec
tion is to be called to vote bonds for an
Polled Angus Cattle.
Oswald Palmer will tell at public wile
at his farm, one and three-fourth miles
east, and three and one-fourth miles
south of SHELBY, NEB., at 10 o'clock
The following described property, to
One team of bay horses, 7 vears-old,
nonest and true ta their calling. One
Brown Horse, Great Britain, a Free
iraaer, 4-y ears-old. Two 8-year old
mares. Socialists. One 8 year-oM horse,
Antimonopolist. One mare solt trot
CATTLE AND HOGS. .
Twenty-two head of cows and heifer
Most of the cows will soon be fresh, and
are with calf by a full blooded POLLF.Ii
aauus. bight Angus heifers, two An
gus steers, eight steer calves, eight
heifer calves and four bull calves. All
the heifers, steers and calves are half
oiooa Angus. - One cross bred calf. ;
One full blood Poland China boar.
low shoats; two and one-half dozen
- : FARM IMPLEHKKT8.
'. t. I 1 t. 11 m
"ne wo note sne ler ana oowor. nn
ieea cooker and tank heater combined,
aimost new, piows narness etc.
- He on band punctually at the hour
Ikbms: A credit of twelve months
win be given on all sums of IS and over,
purchaser giving note with approved
uy, uuuriujr eigni percent interest.
All sums under five dollars, cash.
It OSWALD PALMER, Owner.
Mickey & Mitchell, Auctioneers.
.. Only 30 Days More in Which to Close Out
O UK MAMMOTH STOffr
Owing: to comDli cations as to the ownershin of , uv,, i
occupy and tbe uncertainty of a renewal of the lease we hav HllX
to close out our retail business ve dec$
This means untold barerains for mir mfstntn am arA
to us but losses do not count now, We must sell Everything.
Dress Goods, Flannels,
Table Linen, White
Corsets, Notions, Ribbrm
1 .nft3 GtTtA CLrs.. .
Staple and Fancy Groceries. I
Show-Cases, Fixtures, E J
"uieus iur samples ana prices, and
f i An lT A W W rm-m
w aii& jiii3rt,K pajHJr.
I' KILPATRICK-KOOH DRY GOODS CO
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
loio-ioao o st. mrooT.w.ioTn.0wJ
I cs IU iMM iUHL SWm WW JJIH
Two bankers of Liberty will engage er
tensively in the poultry business. They
will start with 1,000 hens and a 600 egg incubator.
Appeal to Your Congressman.
Editou Farmers Alliance. En
cioseu you iu please find a petition
wnicn wisn you would print in the
Alliance thij week. We want to bring
all the pleasure to bear on the congress
mat wo can for these bills. The K. of
L. all over the U. S. are sondin In
lltflk nMltU... S t .
iuuivo nre nave thouirht it wnnM K
8uuu iuua w nave tne Alliance in Ne
braska aSSl.-it US and Shnor thn
that we are alive and Hnln 'i'k
Chinese restriction act expires the 6th
umi wa.y nu we must act quick v
I.i' t hum i!ll. 4k i- V1..
. w n.u uv luuunnuus anu tnous
ands of them over here before nTt win.
ter. The? take the Diarm uf i
oorers ana deorive thm nf a oh.n.
, , m - - MU W W
i "oness nvitg. lhej wilt work
for one-third tht'.t &.nvnn lu.n,in ....4
akWV? il lh?J wlit.Dot become citize'nsof
kuvki.si. mere u a cnance now for
es to get the rtouest in thna h4.
tiilotm granted if we make ourselves
aearu iu uiue I nerobv ask ever Al.
liance IniSebrsNks. tn ntifc nnf tli, tn
1 - vw. IIEB lUi
lowing peuuou, paste U on a piece of
paper sua attacn the signatures of the
. rrstuent ana secretarv m th ...i
and send the same to me. This cm be
doue within two weeks and then I will
send them to our General Krtortr
whan he will urestmt thm tn
Such petitions with the se d of the order
attached will have more ttu,t th,
so many individually signed petitions.
t.raoita m , Omaha, Neb.
e, vonr Petitioners ask tht IT s
senators be elected by direct vote of the
W 0 uk fortha bdahH
. . , i fwman vi anvil
legislation as will prevent the landing
Of K Sinsle Chlneiw In t isa
VVa Sk that nonifrofui n.a. . -4,i..
tioa directing the Lvpartme.it of Ubor
to investigate the occupations, earnlnas
sanitary coadinoas, enviromeots ao.i
methods of living of the slum population
of ciues of over SuQ. 000 Infeabkauts.
1 UobiUm Mu ta LIm.1. a. ii
wil a U ksaJsoiaws. sd wkara r t
b Jm uir.rr.",!""- .! '"t4 ."'
ui taut ml I'tiraniv u
. ffirU4llUM tn.l
The citizens of Seward subscribed $4fH)
to buy a creamery site in order that the
farmers may secure a better market for
A Buffalo county farmer bought a f aria
seven years ago for Ki00. Last year ha
cleared ,500 off it, and has now sold the
terra for $5,650. ; , ' , (
William,, AXcLaiiKhlin, who broke the
first sod. In Sarpy count, still rnul.. nr..
on his original claim, land taken in 1854,
in La t'lntte precinct. . .
A Fairmont stock buyer bought twenty
wagon loads of hoas from one nun. nnr.
ing $1,850, and hauled them into town in
a procession with flags.
Paplllion papers declare that Satov
. in.:.,: , .. . .
win uuiouser suomit to bavlnR
Omaha thugs invade the couuty to hold
dog fights and prize fights.
A car of corn left Sunerior ovnr thnlt
& M. to join the Rreat Kussian relief train.
icwos labeled "Southern Nuckolls and
Northern Jewell Counties."
Phillip Bockmnn, an old and respected
farmer living four miles northwest ot
Blair, shot and killed himself. The cause
is supposed to be denpondencv.
A public meeting at - Paplllion unani
mously requested an elect ion to vote on
bonding the district for 13,000 to buy a
block and erect a school building, v
Manlev P. Morris, in Jail at Nebraska
City for attempted wife murder, commit
ted suicide by tvinir his hands ami foot
and hanging himself with a sheet. '
The McCook A. O. V, W. has incorpor
ated for the purpose or building a thres
story block, with opera house on ground
floor and lodne and office rooms above.
According to a new schedule just intro
duced on the St. Joseph and Grand Island
railroad, Grand Island gets an additional
mail train and very excellent passeneer
service.. . -
Gus Kohler, the Columbus fnrtmr- ).
been bound over to the district court for
trial, his bonds beimr placed at only $600,
in default of which he lannuishea in t.h
Red Cloud him (uwiirwl i mum... k.
loauing the proprietors $3, 500. She is also
actively emtHKed in workinu ud a beat
Bugar factory, and a county organizatim
has been effected. ; I
Valentine citissens had the nlensnrn nt
witnessinaa ahost dance
bv Chief Two Strikes and fiftv
of his bond. The Indians were treated to
cigarettes and tobacco in return for their
The prohibitionists of York
called to meet in mass convention tthfl
court house, in York. Friday, Feb. 19, for
the purpose of electing delegates to tbe
state and congressional convention to be
held at Lincoln in March,
The son, need 18, and the dauchter. ACTA:!
18, of F. R. liaymeyer of Farmers' Valley,
were trying to shoot two owls. -.Then
bullet from the weapon in the hands of
the boy struck the girl in the back of the
head, kilting her instantly.
Boyd county needs a raih-narl tuuiii.
The valley of Ponca creek is settled by
progressive people, and produces the best
oi an iseorasKa products in abundance,
but all these thing-is have to be hauled
forty miles to a shipping point. ,
Frofossor Nicholson, of the stata iml
sity chemical department, left for a six
months' trip abroad. He will' visit Ger
many, Austria and France in th in tor.. .
of the beet sugar industry of Nebraska,
studying the methods in use in the coun
tries named. The wort has. been laid ont
under the direction of t he board of regents.
Emil Peterson, a farmer of Wausa, and
two companions were endeavoring to blow
up some frozen dirt in a sand pit. Tho
fuse attached to the powder would not
burn and Peterson undertook to light the
powder. An explosion followed, in which
Peterson was so serionslv hurt wuir. h
head that his recovery is very doubtful.
One of his eyes was blown out.
County Treasurer J. H. VI
discovered an additional shortage of pver
$0,000 of school funds, which was incurred
under the late administration. Thn.
with ths $30,000 shortage in the If s ings
townhlp tax collections, and th.fr S3.0UI
whioq oiapperett com way and which
me boudMmen were obliimd tn uiti
owwij IOU.WU whioh Ailama nit,,..
ty's treasury is apparently short.
London, Feb, 10.-It is believed In
many quarters that parliament will be
dissolved soon. The government's nar.
row scape on the Sixteenth amendment
to the address of the crown nn t l-uh
qntiou. the vote being 15a to 1T9 l,u
caivwxt consternation among the Con
Mrv,ittvs and it i iwiUvut ?wrt 1
peal to the country can net be deUyed
Bth r Hai WLmUr,
Loxcos, Feb. 18,-Hnrv Wardl.
member of parliament for South IWiw.
shire, died. He was a ...t
- Thayer County Alliance,
The Thayer County Alliance will meet
oaturuay, r eoruary au, lbaj, at Uebron,
Neb., in the K. P. nail.
The cold weather prevented a full at-
tenaauca at tbe January meeting r.nd
the election of oflicers was postponed
uuni mis uaie.
4,1 1. M . a . ...
All mnmnar'a rtr rna m i.d ian,Aa am i
- V4 4444, 4,4,4, 4l4a4kU4iDa Hit, Ik
requested to be present, as there will be HP 811 AiMM! nftllfi TllPliat ni T.Tffllrt
I " " w sssv U VUl UUU UUUfrQ
a basket dinner in the hall.
F. II. Pearl, President,
- i Ira C. Ukavku, Secretary .-
''The 'Eye ' shd 'Ear t
Are two most iJellcato and complicat
ed organs; without the eye we could
not guide our footsteps nor observe
the bcamios of nature; without the ear
we could not hear the voices of our
friends nor enjoy the sweet sounds of
musio. No one is so helpless as the
blind and more deserving of pity than
the deaf. Many persons lose sight or
bearing by neglect, which timeiy aid
might prevent. Among the specialists
who treat these organs none have been
more successful than Dr. Dennis whose
offlceis is over the First National Bank
Lincoln. Mr. C. M. Marshall who has
been in the employ of the big furniture
dealers, Gruetter & Co. was deaf in one
ear from which was a constant offensive
discharge for twenty-live years. The
Dr. cured it entirely iu one month. Mr.
Willis Short, Clerk in the Mo. Pacitio
K. K. oilices, Mr, George Carter, com
mission merchant, " Mrs. Edward
Grouse, wife of a steam litter with Pom'
erine & Cooper, Mrs. Chas. Hook, fire
man on B. & M., Mr, T. E. Slatterly.
guard at tbe penitentiary, and dozens of
other well known Lincoln citizens have
been cured after other specialists had
failed. Dr. Dennis' is a graduate of Rush
Medical College, ' Chicago, the Post
Graduate Medical College, N. Y. City
and the Polyclinio Hospital, N Y. City.
V 80 tf
Father- "How did von t.
4n,7 uul, bu qmcmy, xommy!" Tommy
-"I've walked to school, sir, so that I
might save the 5 cents for something
else. "Harper's Young People.
"Your fiancee is a Boston girl, I be
liever' "Yes." "Then I suppose she is
familiar-with Browning," "I beg your
IKImIaN fl... 4 1. . . . .
1- n u Dosion gin is never
familiar with anybody." --Boston Herald.
Boy "Is soup healthy?" Parent--"Why,
certainly, what made you ask!"
Boy "Well, when I .smoke you say it is
not healthy, and the soap is smoking and
yon say it is healthy. What does this
mean, anyhow?" Texas Sif tings.
oaeaas eoids, coughs, ereup, asthma, In
ueaxa, hoarseness, bronchitis and lnclp-
lilt MBSh: l4 J M it . . 1- a - r
-ww vsjiiiiuudb. sua inr uih rniistr nr Ann.
JonpJBvtpaflensi in ad vaneed stages of ths
-ii4L,JTn,JJ!ft Am Bdle, send
leet ss W. filttoward. Uth and N streets
"wis) ii BorasKB.
101 lAXX 17 All
LARGE ENGLISH BERKSHIRES.
H.S WILLIAMSON, Prop.,
BRAVER CIIY, NEBRASKA.
Thirty ohoioe pigs of April farrow loft, also
rsur litters or June farrow. Inducements to
parties starting herds. Orders booked for
sows bred for spring farrow. Stock A No. 1.
i iiuw num. nvanoD ton ALUASCB. o
If you are going to build or want anything- in thet
Hardware, Harnessor Pumt
' Line, write or call and see me for prices.
I Will Sell You the Western Washing mm
Hear? Heart '
"Certainly we should not want to
rush into fi-ee-Bilver coinage now, un
load their silver, give them our gold
and by relieving them of their mono-,
tary pressure make it easy for them
to adopt the gold standard.;1
The" Chicago Tribune financial liar
gets in a-truth in spite of his caution
occasionally. England has a "mone
tary pressure,'' has it? "Now you're
shouting." The gold-bugs of Europe
have dono the gold racket to death,
and are at thoir wits-end for more of
tho yellow stuff to keep ud the sham.
That is one reason why they and their
puppets here are clutching so fiercely
after our gold. Sentinel
To Mary Robertson, non resident defesdant:
i uu ore uert'oy nncinea mat on the tttb day
Of fcebruary. 1890. William A. knhnrMnn fiiori
a petition against you in the tlintrlot court of
uBuuuswr -jounty. nenrsska. the object and
prayer of which are to obtain a divorce from
ynu on the grounds that on the day of
May, 1891, and en divers times previous to
that in Norrlstown, Pennsylvania, you oom
itittted adultery wth men whose names are to
him unknown, without his consent or conni
vance; and that you eontinuously front th)
14t! day ,f November. m. to the 1st day of
May. 1881, wst guilty of extreme cruelty
towards him without any cause or provoca
tion on his part. You are required to answer
said petition on or before the 10th day of
Maroh, mi. Johs P. Moi.E.
Attorney for plaintiff.
A curlouq fad in the way of a white
. bed is shown in the windows of a
, Grand Rapids furniture maker. It is a
Huge swan made of white enameled
wood, The workmanship is exquisite
and as an "object de .luxe' it is very
pmiy. ; xor a permanent' fixture it
might, one would think, become weari
some. The old rose silk bedspread and
pillow sHams are perfect in their way,
and contrast particularly well with the
creamy white of the wood.
An English establishment in London
shows the same idea as a bed for an in
fant, but this time it is a real swan
that has been skinned and stretched
over a basket frame. The soft snowy
whitess of the plumage is lovely, but it
might be suggested that the curative
agents employed should be inquired
into, lest they become harmful to a
sleeping child. Moreover, tho senti
ment of a dead thing used in this way
is not pleasant.
and a good Wringer for '.:.00, and every thing efee in propwtfe
Tin Roofing, Job Work and Pump EepaWaf.
in Hardware, stoyes .aod Tw.
90S O St. Lincoln r Feb-
WE HAVE GOT TO MOVE
SO WE OFFER
The Following Inducements:
Round Oaks, Cook Stoves and Base Heaters at
Mach. es at 14 50 each. We handle the
very low jrfe,
American Round Oak and Red Cress Stores Ed fir-it
We ask you to call and be convinced that we caa sell yon good
Cheaper than any body.
12 O O St. JP. S. W LLTK
(Successor to Krote Waits
LEADER IN LOW PRICES.
JOHN B. WKIGBT, Pres.
T. E. 8ANDER3, Tfce-Pre.
COLUMBIA NAT-'L BANK
UNUULN, ; : ; NEBRASKA.
A. S. RAYMOND.
JOHN B. WRIGHT.
HANS. P. LAP.
CHAS WR3T. THOM 4 rWHtSXK
tKASK UtHtWOX. LlikSbUi-
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