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Wafrraeka Mutual Crcwo. Toreeito end Wind
rat laeuranoe loropanr, biiiiuk. u
aaaicmtioM oa fir. Cjrloa or Hail
ho-jid be addrwwd to bl m at
JLtjditok or Prsuc Accorrrs:
State or Nebrajka:
Liscolx. Neb, May 18, "93.
It b hereby certified that the
.i Mutual fTrolnna Tr.rnt
mmA Windstorm Iniur- ce Co. of Lin
esta, Nebraska, baa complied with the
laeran?e law of tola state and u
antkorized to transact the btuine; s of
tornado insoranoa in thia atate for the
Witaeaa my hand and the seal of the
Auditor ol Public AeccunU the day and
year abore wnlten.
H. A. Bibcock, 1. H. Bkhton,
Deputy. Auditor I.A.
By the above you will that the
"Cyclone Co. la on Itt fevt, and the Insur
ance of each member li made effective at
aooa a be pays hit fee, which are:
Membership $1, aurrey $1, and an ad
aaoe assessment fee of 10 cent per hun
dred dollars or fraction thereof (any Co.
that asks more ahould be avoided).
Attbe time the Insurance took effect,
at kooo. May 19, f2, we bad a little over
l-55,000 worth of Insurance on file from ,
28 counties. '
We will send out the policies as soon
a Utey eta be made out and registered. I
Any one desiring to tend in their lees will
e receipted for same.
Aav one desiring to act as agent will
please aend 00 cnts for auditor's cer
Let us make an effort to have f 500,000
aa ttus Co. tali year.
Below we give a cony of the contract
aa It will be. In this-we bave added rule
3, which we think Is a good one, aud also
think no one will object to it as all wil
'be benefitted thereby. We will give our
-ihooq for making this addition:
Since the printing of the contract on
-April 28th we bave received several
tetters of criticism In accordance with
our invitation, but most of them have
been answered satisfactory except the
idea that we hsd no way to collect after
the aietnber had hauled off his grain.
"Some think that we should have the cash
tia aafkd,'Others that a chattel mortgage on
'atock.- should be taken, but we have
adopted this plan aa the moat feasible as
It was the most popular among our (will
tta advantages are twofold. First: It
.gives a sound basis for the Company.
Second: If a member is desirous of
putting a mortgage on his crop the
aiartjracee will gladly accept a second
aaoTtAaxa 'When this one Is the first If you
- make It payable to blm. But In case a
man wants to sell his crop before Nov. 1st
can make a deposit In nny bank for
r the amount called (or In nis contract and j
sead the certificate of depoi-it to the Co.
which will be held until Nov. 1st, at
which time we will draw oa the bank for
Site pro rat amount needed and send the
-Statement to the policy holder, giving
- aaaae, P. O , and amount of loss of each
saember, also the amount due from him,
and them he may draw the rest from the
At this time we have less tnan 85,000
' acta promised, therefore if the farmers
of this state are desirous to have this Co.
atarted each one must aend In his number
- -of acres right away, or what would be
' etter is this: tha, some one should take
' (the nam of every one of his neighbors
" wao will insure, P. O., county and
another of acres each would take and
ribrward to me at once.
"We have received many letters slating
" tbe jwqjjeet is a good one and that lota of
the netjrb bors would like to Insure." and
follow up by ordering some contract".
' vtmt do not promise to Insure an acre,
v therefore our time and postage la spent
- aaawerlng in which we say that we have
no contracts and will not have any until
vwe have JD 0,900 acres promised.
JKe tare working for the Interest of all
"concerned and until we have the required
amount promised we will avoid all ex
pense possible and no printing will be
Header, ir you want a Company your
ouiy way is plain to be seen.
Please hand this paper to your neigh'
'bar wno does not take it and call bis at
'Mention to the Insurance Department.
1 hereby apply for Insurance aeslast
' loss or damage by hail In the Nebraska
Kutual tiall Insurance CompiiDy on the
idiMwiug number oi acres:
acres of wheat.
" " oats.
Foe wnich 1
of acres Insured-
hereby agree to
membership fee of fltty cents in cash aud
luruter agree to pay ten cents per acre on
the first day of Nov., 1893, for the total
number of acres abore enumerated: or as
(much thereof as may be necessary to pay
lomc-a and expenses of the companv.
The applicant hereby also agrees to be
gnverneo. oy me iojiowing rules:
let. All losses in small grain will be
adjusted durlne Julv. Auirust. or Semem
'her, .and losses on corn will be adjusted
Sod. After the total amount of losses
'and exp'nses bave been ascertained, the
aeuretary will make an assessment on all
members in proportion to the amount he
baa Insured, and the amount thus collect
ed will be apportioned to those who have
3rd. No member shall be paid more
"than five dollars per acre.
4th- Incase the amount of losses ex
"ceed the amount collected, each member
kereby agrees to accept in full payment
'f his adjusted claim his proportionate
share of 6aid amount collected.
6th. The member further agrees to pay
"Ms asiespment within fifteen davs after
Sth. All losses will be paid December
7th. It is hereby stipulated and agieed
that all growing grain above enumerated
for Insurance is hereby mortgaged to the
xteot of 10 cents per acre, total amount
-of eaid mortgage $ , but said lein
shall become void upon payment of said
"10 cents per acre or such part of the said
amoant as shall be assessed on Nov. 1st.
I have read or heard read the foregoing
-coBtraet aad I hereby agree to the same.
Dated this day of , 1893.
Section , Town . Range .
P. O.. Countv, Nebr.
A. O. U. W.
The supreme lodge of the Ancient
' Order of United Workmen convenes at
Helens, Montana,-June 16th, 1393. For
this occasion the Union Pacific System
- will sell tickets to Helena and return at
the low rate of one first-class fare for
' the round trip. Tickets on sale June 7th
' to 14th, limited t6 80 days from date of
sale aud 10 day transit limit in each di
rection. For tickets or additional in
' formation apply to
' J. T. Mabtik, C; T: A. 1044 O St.
X. B. SwssoivGen Agtt Ui P. Systom,
Special One Week Sale at
One Week Sale Such Prices as Lincoln Has Never Seen. Gaze
1 8 cents.
KNITTING SILK This week we will place on sale 2,000 apoola very beat
brand Knitticg Silk, regular 35c grade.
the extraordinary low price of 18c a
want. Buy enough to last. You will
13o Handkerchiefs onlv lust
Ladies' HandkercLiefs, worth 13c, which
this price it'a almost giving them away.
Very best Unbleached Muslin only 5c, worth 9c, for this week ou.'y. Xot
a yard of it will be sold at thia price after
Lonsdale Bleached Muslin only
7 1-4 cents.
This price for one week only.
Fruit of the Loom Muslin ouly
7 1-4 cents.
Special price for one week only.
Best Apron Check Ginghams
this week only
Very Best Scotch Zephyr Ginghams sold for 18c, only
AU the very choicest styles, guaranteed fast colors. This week only.
Extra help employed to wait on
Wore Than Pleased.
W. J. llickox, of Alma, Neb., has de
parted from the usual custom in fur
nishing eggs for hatching from his fa
mous Brown Legho rns, aud sends them
already hatched, mother and all. We
append herewith a few lot era from
well known independents who havo re
ce'vod ohlcks In this waj. Head what
Cedar Farm, Arapahoe, Neb.
W. J. Hickox, Alma, Neb.,
Dear cir: The ben and tbo dozen
chicks reached here O. K. As ou told
me not to receive them un'ess ihey
were as represented by you. I asked s
friend of mine (one of the best posted
poultry men in our section of the coun
try) to examine some chicks I had re
ceived by exptess from the cast. After
scrutinizing them for a time he remark
ed: "Well, I havo seldom seen a more
uniform and better bred lot of Brown
Leghorn chicks than these." This satis
hod mo that you bad performed your
part cf tho bargain, and now lot mo do
likewise by enclosing $3.50.
Very .ruly yours,
Sec'y Nat'l Farmers' Alliance.
Broken Bow, Neb., May 11, 1802.
VV. J. Hickox. Alma. Neb.
Dear Sir: Find nciosod chock for
$3.50 in payment for hen and chWks
which arrived all O. K. and in good
condition. Very truly
J. G. Painter.
York, Neb., May, 13, 1893.
W. J. Hickox, Alma. Neb.
Dear Sir: 1 have received my cage
oi nen and chicks, ana round 'them in
f;ood condition, was as bright as a dol
ar. Am well pleased with tbem, wLh
I had ordered more.
E. VV. Oehrke.
This is a much more satisfactory way
of securing a brood of chicks as eggs
shipped by express rarely batch well
while in this way you secure one dozen
ncaitny chicks at a very Blight advance
The Lancaster Countv Alliaueo will
hold its next reeular monthly mooting
at K. or L. hall iridav June 3rd, at 1 p.
m sharp. Hon. W. ii. Dech has been
requested to be present and address the
meetiug. A lull delegation is requested.
I. N. Leonard, Pres.
When in want of Mason Fruit Jars
call at headquarters China Hall 12ia O
street, we have also the Alaska Refrig
erator oest ana cheapest lu the market.
Full line of Arctic and White Mountain
Ice Cream Freezers, Complete line of
Glass and Ironstone China at prices to
504t Geo. W. Lorimor'
Chicago Live Stock.
Usios Stock Yards, i
Chicauo, May Si. (
CATTLE Estimated receipts 7.5:) head.
Beeves, fa.80i.ltS; cows aud bulls, i SOai.W;
Tezans, l.i!d((i3.!0; wosterus, J2.3diJl.Tj. Mar
H0U3 - Estimated receipts, 30.000 head.
Heay, fi.&,V,J4.K5; mixed, $.40a.8u: light,
f4.aViii.85. Market weak.
BHEEl'-Weaterus. SJ.;ia5.85; natives, ti.tti
i&b.W; Texans, MtW.&0.
Kni City Live Stock.
Kansas Cirv, May 24.
CATTLE Estimated receipts. 3,200 head;
shipments, l.JWi head; the market for steers
waa lUo higher at fi.6u4.30; oow steady to
10c higher at fl.5u$3.9U; atockers and feeders,
steady at $3 1.
HOtid Estimated receipts, 6,000 head;
ataipments;5,3U0 head: the market waaa'.ea4y,
closing Strang; all grades, It.JSatM; bilk.
Omaha LIto Stock.
Unios Stock Yards, I
Omaha, May 24. f
CATTLE-Estlmated receipt 4,800 head. 1.300
to 1.60U lbs, S3 4044.); 1,100 to l,30j lbs., 9S.2i
4.00; VJU to 1.100 lbs.. H.k&3.90; choice cowa,
S2.50i2&3.40: common cows, fl.2i&2.50: good teed,
era, j3.CHXii8.iJ; common feeder, $.&J(ftt.).
Market strong to 10c lower.
HOOS - Estimated receipts, 8,ffX head.
Lighl, f4.40atS6; mixed, Jl.403i.50; heavy.
J4.iud4.B3. Market opened steady, closing to
Unheard of Bargains at
Something New at
For one week only we wilt otter it at
spool. Full half ounce. Any shade you
never get it f t this price again.
received. 100 dozen Finer Kiubroiderd
we will offer at onlv 3c this week. At
Saturday evening. .
sold at 10c, very oest goods niado, for
possible and avoid the
Orders Mailed us before Saturday will
C. M. Gardner has opened a hat and
men's furnishing goods store is the new
Y. M. C. A. building Cor. 18th andN.
He also has I he agency for Wanauiaker
& Brown's custom made clothing.
University Indtpendent Olub.
The University independents met in
room 8 of tho State Uniuersity Tuesday
evening, May 24 After a lively discus
sion the prohibition plank adopted at
tne last meeting was, by amendment,
striken from the constitution. The Club
was then entertained by short, pithy
speeches by prominent members. The
speakers were all lomllv applauded,
after which campaign literature was
freely distributed. Tho Club extended
a unanimous vote of thanks to the Alli
ance Publishing Co. for having placed a
copy r,f the Alliance-Inpepemdent in
the University liabrary for the benefit
of the students. t
Leads them All,
The Lincoln Road Grader. For in
formation address li. J. Walsh.
Cor. 11th & O St , Lincoln, Neb.
Red Clover, Timothy and Millet seeds.
If you have auy to sell send samples to
J. W. Hartley, SState Agt.
The Eye and Ear
Aro two most delicate and coniplicat
ed organs; without the eye we Could
not guide our footsteps nor observe
tho beauties of nature; without tho ear
we could not hear the voices of our
friends nor enjoy the sweet sounds of
music. No one is so helpless as the
blind and more deserving of pity than
theWf. Many persons lose sight ;r
hearing by neglect, which timely aid
might prevent. Among the specialists
who treat these organs none havo bcon
more successful than Dr. Dennis whoso
oiliceis Is over the First Natioual Bank
Lincoln. Mr. C. M. Marshall who has
boen in the employ of the big furniture
dealers, Gructter & Co. was deaf in one
car from which was a constant oll'onsive
discharge for twenty-five years. The
Dr. cured it entirely in one month. Mr.
Willis Short, Clerk in tho Mo. Pacific
R. R. offices, Mr. George Carter, com
mission merchant, Mrs. Edward
Grouso, wife of a steam titter with Pom
erine & Cooper, Mrs. Chas. Hook, fire
man on B.&M., Mr, T. K. Siattorly,
guard at the penitentiary, and dozens of
other well known Lincoln citizens have
boon 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 Polyclinic Hospital, N.Y. City.
A, J. R1GBY & CO.,
Loans, Law and Collections.
L. MACK. Att'y & Mg'r.
1025 0 Street, Lincoln, Neb.
The Next Number Especially Good.
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June and September.
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Price, single number, SO CENTS.
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This brilliant Quarterly reproduces the best
stories, sketches, burlesques, poems, witti
cisms, etc., from the back numbers of that
much talked-about New York Society Journal,
Towie Topics, which Is published weekly. Sub
acription price, $4.00 per year.
The two publications "Town Topics" and
Taim noa Town Topic" together, at the
low club-price of JJ 00 per year.
Ask your newsdealer for them or address,
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26 Trimmed hats, worth 11.50. 11.60
and 11.75. Tour choice during the sale
Thia price ia for this week only.
20 Trimmed Hats, worth 12. and $2.50
Saturday's price onlv
No such price ever offered in millin
ery before. Special for this week only.
Our 13.00 Trimmed HaU only
This price good for this week cn'y.
Fancy Note paper sold for 15 and 30c
a box. Will cltse the entire line, for
this week at only
Hooks and Eyes only 5c a box, con
taining 144 each hooka and eyes. Buy
what you want. This is the lowest ever
All brands of Silk Twist only
Best Sewing Silk only
the large crowds
Notice is hereby given that we have formed
a corporation by the name of tho Llnnoln
Medical and Surgical Hospital, and that the
piinolpal place of transacting Its business Is
Lincoln. Lancaster oountv. Nehraska. The
general nature of the business to be transact
ed 1b to operate a Medical and Surgical
Hospital for medical treatment and the prao
tice of surgery. The air ount of capital Mtock
Is authorized to be twenty Ave thousand dol
lar. Twenty-five hundred dollars ia to be
inm iu .i unue lor toe lurnuuro ana ntting
up of said Hospital. Tlietlmeof commence
ment shall be May 15th, and shall end
Mnirir, IHII7 an A i he hi.w .
-; y ...w uiiuom nuiuuui ui in
debtedness, or liability to which tho oorpora-
muio iu ouujeui useir is twenty-
' . , ihj i n ii 1 1 a ,n mo
officers by which the a (fairs of the corporation
wo iu iiv uviuuiivicu nre uue ourgeon in
charge, one assistant Surgeon, and one
Thad. H. Woodward.
H. C. Dkmauek.
Farmers Supply & Grain Co.
OFFICE 511 CHAMBER COMMERCE BUILDING.
D. M. FULWILER, Bus. Agt. F. A.4.I.U. rHIPflRn III
Geueral Manager, UnlUMUU, II!.
This Compmiy contl nets a Ccnrral .Mercantile and Grain IluslnoB and is r.rf pared U
Jt'uralsh at the Lowest Tricea
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
FARM MACHINERY AND UTENSILS.
BINDER -:- TWINE
A Specialty. We Deal lu all grade. Write for information and prices,
INDEPENDENT OF THE TEUSTS.
Receives Consignments of Grain, Hay, Wool, Etc., Etc.
Money advanced on shipments when desired. Direct shipments save
Middlemen's profits. Mention this paper. 48ent
J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO.
Center Crank Stationery and Traction
Send for Catalogue.
at the Following List
Very best Needles
All Millinery Goods not advertised
for thia go at one-third of their regular
price. This is good for thia week only.
Our 50c Fast Black Silk Lisle Hose only
Thia prico is good for this week only.
Oiydized Silver Handled Umbrellas,
worth 81.50 only
This week only.
Muslin TTnilerwpnr nrin mf. fn wrt
for this week only.
Our $125 Foster Kid Gloves go dur
ing this 6ale at only
French Challies, all grales, from 5c
to 10c. Your choice of the er tire Jot at
Ladies' All Silk Vests. For this weak
we offer th m at only
Extra Heavy Socks This week they
that will attend this sale. Come
usual afternoon rush.
Receive prompt and careful attention.
Store in tlxe
A new anrl Complete Treatment, conpintng of Sup
P'RitiiriM, Ointmei.t n On poults. alo in Box nd Pills;
Positive Cive lor Kxternal. Internal. Dlnri or Bleed
ing Itching. Chronic. Itecrnt or Hereditary Piles, an-1
many other di wares and female weaknense: it in al-way-a
ifreat b?netlt to the general health. The first
dim'oYryofa medical cure rendering an operation
with the knife im necessary herenfter. Thin remedy has
never been known to fail. SI psr box 6 for 35: sent
by mail. Why suffer fromthi- terrible dira e when
a written gnr. ran tee in p-mitively given with boxra,
to refund them ny if not cured, tsend rtamp for
free sample. Guarantee issued by J. H. Hailey, drag
gist, sole agent, 11th and o streets, Linotln, Neb.
CHEW and SMOKE untaxed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO
riH MIW PRIcra WBITK TO
MERIWETHER '.. 4'lnrbavllle. Twin.
GUS STATES, General Agent, Branch House Lincoln, Neb.
1211 O STREET.
and See if You Ever Heard of Such Bargains.
40 inches wide Cashmere, sells at 40 cents, for only
1 5 cts.
Good for this week only.
French Sateens, regular 20
they go at
Very beat American Indigo Blue Prints.
We guarantee these prints to be the very best made, and fast colors.
IIS nftirfl MflnB Panta in satin
Your choice for this, week only
Fast Black Corsets, reduced from 05 cts. This week they go at only
Turkish towels only
For this week only.
Boy's Knee Suits, regular $2 suits. For this week we will offer them at
the low price rf
Have you bought your new spring suit?
with all the latest Novelties as well as
find bo fault when you take Into
Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Always Try to Please.
If you should buy anythina of us and It should not prove satisfactory
let us know and we will be pleased to make it right.
Come and Bring your Boys with You.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc.
TRUNK AND VALISE DEP'T IN CONNECTION.
Have been in bufiness several years, and have succeeded in building
up a good trade now we want you for a customer.
Baker Clothing House
11250 St. LINCOLN, NEB.
Rudge & Morris Co.,
1118 AND 1122 N ST., LINCOLN, NEB.
3 ARB WIRE AND NAILS.
FARMERS TOOLS, ETC., ETC.
We will make a Special Deliverd Price on Furniture delivered out of City.
Rudge & Morris Co
cent grade. Aii good styles. For this week
at.in.j 11- .j
miiBoi. vuuuu, ? uisiuu anu iasnmeres.
in the forenoon if
If not try us. Our stock is complete with
staples. Prices are correct. You can
consideration what you receive for
CHAMBER SUITS, SI4.to$2C0.
PARLOR SUITS, $20. to $200.
DININC ROOM SUITS $10. to $30.
Couches and Lounges $3. to $30.
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