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About The farmers' alliance and Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1892 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1892)
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avl iaVn4 ail wbo met br, by br
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jai;t of b-aft aod braio. Mn Van
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it Ire o4 wbo trfcrore br!bts an
ompb4-re cl purity and pri3re rare
ly e-isi-ik ia tt aocial vinrU-t of tbe
Unlieard of Barg ains at
Something New at
Such Prices as Lincoln Has Never Seen. Gaze at the Following List and See if You Ett Heard of Such Earsains.
40 l&cbea wide Cashmere, sells at 40 cents, for only
1 5 cts.
Good for one week only.
French fcateen. regular 20 cent grade,
they go at
All good styles. Fcr one wuel
Very best American Indigo Blue Prints.
W guarantee these prints to be the very test made, and fast colors.
Ladies, Rubber Overshoes, only
Worth 35 cents.
IB pairs Mens Panti in eatin stripe .
Your ebole fcr one wetk only
Cotton, Worsted and Cashmeres.
Fat Iliacic Corsets, reduced from 63 cts.
For one week they go at only
26 Trimmed hats, worth $1.50. $1.C0 )
and $1.75. Your choice during the sale
This j?rice is for one week only.
20 Trimmed Hats, worth $2. and $2.50
Saturday's price onlv
No snch price ever offered in millin
ery before. Special for one week only.
Very best Needles
All Millinery ;is not advertised
for this go at ou- i ird of their regular
price. This is g "id fcr one week only.
Our 50c Fast B'itcfc Silk L'sle Hose only
This pric-3 is good for one week only.
Our 83.C0 Trimmed Hats only
This price good for one week only.
Fancy Note paper sold for 15 and 30c
a box. Will clc se the entire line, for
one we k only
I O cents.
Turkish towels only
For one week only.
Iioy' K tee Suit, regular 12 suits. For one week we will offer them at
the low price rf
Boy's Pacts only
For one week only.
Hooks and Eyes only 5c a box, con
taining 144 each hooPs and eyes. Buy
what you want. This i3 the lowest ever
All brands of Silk Twist only
Best Sewing Silk only
Oxydized Silver Handled Umbrellas,
worth $1.50 only
One week onlv.
f 8 cents.
KNITTING SILK This week we will place on sale 2,000 spools very best
brand Knitiiig Silk, ret nlar3.jc grade. For two days only wo will offer it at
the extraordinary low ! ice of 18c a spool. Full half ounce. Any shade you
want. Buy enough to last. You w ill never get it p.t this price again.
13c Handkerchiefs only just received. 100 dczen Fncy Embroiderd
Ladies' HandkercLiefs,- worth 13c, which we will offer at ouly Cc Monday and
Tuesday. At this price it's almost givicg.thcm away.
Muslii Ui -lerwear, prices cut in two
for one wek only.
Our $1 25 Foster Kid Gloves go dur
ing this fc&le at only
French Challies, all grades, from 5c
to 10c. Your choice of the entire lot at
Ladies' All Silk Vests,
we offer thun at only
For one week
Extra Heavy Socks.
Eor one week
""Very best Unbleached Muslin only 5c, worth Sc. for this week only,
a yard of it will be sold at this price after Tuesday evening.
Lonsdale Bleached Muslin only
7 1-4 cents.
This price for one week only.
Fruit of the Loom Muslin only
7 1-4 cents.
ri Special price for one week only.
Best Apron Check Ginghams sold at 10c, very oest goods made, for
one week only '
Very Best Scotch Zephyr Ginghams sold for 18c, only
I O cents.
All the very choicest styles, guaranteed fast colors. For one week only.
Extra help employed to wait on the large crowds that will attend this sale. Come in the forenoon if
possible and avoid the usual afternoon rush.
Orders Mailed us before Saturday will Receive prompt and careful attention.
JOHK II WfclSHT. Frt.
T. S. EaVDEKS. Vioe-Prn.
J.'.H. McCLAF. Cashier
COLUMBIA NAT'L BANK
LINCOLN, : : : NEBRASKA.
JOHX H. to K1CHT.
nuDwrrr. thomas cochrank.
JOHM H. !CCLT. EDWAKD K. 81ZER.
f KAfclL. SHELDON. T. E. SAKDEUS.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Farmers and Alliancemen's Patronage Solicited.
lioow to ecurt in,
Good to sport in,
( oi to bowl or roll or plow in,
i to fence in
Axd immense in
Iss the cocctry lane to drive the cow In
Goei to run in.
fiood Ut gun in,
G'mju to cut and harvest hay in,
Gocx to hunt in,
Gooi to punt in,
(iooi ti work and go4 to play in.
C. M. Gardner ha3 opened a hat and
men'a furnishing goods store in the new
Y. M. C. A. building Cor. 13th and N.
lie also nas I be agency lor anamaker
& Brown's custom made clothing.
Leads them AH,
The Lincoln Road Grader. For in
formation address H. J. Walsh.
Cor. 11th & O St., Lincoln, Neb.
The Eye and Ear
Are two most delicate and complicat
ed organs; without the eye we could
not guide our footsteps nor observe
the beauties of nature; without the ear
we could not hear the voices of our
friends nor enjoy the sweet sounds of
music. jSo one is so helpless as the
blind and more deserving of pity than
the deaf . Many persons lose sight tr
hearing by neglect, which timely aid
might prevent. Among the specialists
who treat these organs none have been
more successful th-j-n Dr. Dennis whoso
officeis 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 ono
ear from which was a constant offensive
discharge for twenty-five years. The
Dr. cured it entirely in one month. Mr.
Willis Short, Clerk in the Mo. Pacific
It. R. offices, Mr. George Carter, com
mission merchant, Mrs. Edward
Grouse, wife: of a steam fitter with Pom-
erine & CooDer. Mrs. Chas. Hook, tire-
man on B.&M., Mr, T. E. Slatterly,
guard at the penitentiary, and dozens of
other well Known Lincoln citizens have
been cured after other specialists had
failed. Dr. Deisms' is a graduate of Rush
Medical College, Chicago, the Post
Graduate Medical College, N. Y. City
and the Polyclinic Hospital, N.Y. City.
Those of our readers who are antici
pating buying a road grader will find it
greatly to Iheir interest to call on or
address H. J. Walsh,
Cor. 11th & O St., Lincoln, Neb.
When in want of Mason Fruit Jars
call at headquarters China Hall 1212 O
street, we have also the Alaska Refrig
erator best and cheapest in the market.
Full line of Arctic and White Mountain
Ice Cream Freezers, Complete line of
Glass and Ironstone China at prices to
50-4t Geo. W. Lorimok-
People's Independent Convention.
The independent voters of Pierce
county, Nebraska, are requested to
meet ia mass convention at Foster,
June 18. 1892. to select delegates to at
tend the different conventions to be
held prior to the general election in
November, 1892. It is earnestly re
quested that every voter who favors the
platform and address of the indepen
dent party at the St. Louis conference
Feb. 24, 1892, be present.
To the independent voters of Pierce
county, Nebraska: The county Central
Committee of Pierce county met and
arranged tr have the precinct primary
meetings June 11, county convention
June IS. -
As there seems to be some misunder
standing about who should call the con
vention, and as time is too short to
mak.; other arrangements, I take this
method of calling you together. I also
believe it to be the best and only way to
get a fair and full exoression from the
people. Wm T. Kirk,
Chairman County Central Com.
Notice ia hereby Iven that we have formed
a corporation by the name of the Lincoln
Medical and Surgical Hospital, and that the
principal place of transacting its business is
Lincoln. Lancaster county. Nebraska. The
general nature of the business to be transact
ed i 8 to operate a Medical and Surgical
Hospital for medical treatment and the prac
tice of surgery. The airount of capital stock
is authorized 10 be twenty Are thousand dol
lars. Twenty-live hundred dollars is to be
paid in at once for the furniture and fitting
up of said Hospital. The time of commence
ment shall be May 15th, ie2, and shall end
May 15. 1897, and the highest amount of in
debtedness, or liability io Trhich the corpora
tion is at any time to subject itself is twenty
five thousand dollars, nd the names of the
officers by which the affairs of the corporation
are to bo conducted are one Surgeon in
chanre. one assistant Surgeon, and one
1 HAD. H. MrOODWA.HU.
H. C. DlXABEE.
The Population of Linoo'n is about 60,000
and we would say at least one-halt are
troubled with some affection of the Throat
and-Lungs, as those complaints are, accord
ing to statistics, more numerous than ethers.
We would advise au ur reaaers nui io neg
loot the ODttortunitT to call on thir drugri6t
and get a bottle of Kemp's Ba 1 im for the
Throat and Lungs. Trial size iree. Large
bottles 50c and $1. Sold by au druggists. z,-nm
HOW IS IT?
Have you bought your new epring suit? If not try us. Our stock is complete wij
with all the latest Novelties as well as staples. Prices are correct. You cn J
find no fault when you take Into consideration what you receive ior
Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Always Try to Pleas
If you should buy anything 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 Yon.
STOCK CONSISTS OF
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, E
TRUNK AND VALISE DEP'T IN CONNECTION.
Have been in bufiness several years, and have succeeded In building
up a Rood, trade now we want you for a customer.
Baker Clothing Hous
I I 25 O St. LINCOLN, NEB.
A new and Complete Treatment, coiwirting ot np
positoriea. Ointment n Capsule. lo in Box nd Piil
a Positive Cnn fow External, lntonnal. Bl nd or Bleed
ing Itching. Chronic Keotnt or Hereditary Pilaa. and
many other disrates and female weaknesses: it i al
ways a great benefit to the general health. The f rst
disaovoyof a medical cure rendering an operation
with the knife nnneotery nereHfter. 1 his remedy ha
never beea known to fail. $1 pir box 6 for $5: aer.t
by mail. Why duffer from tai terrible disea wbeu
a written, gnorantee is positively given wrth 6 boxes,
to refund the moaey it not en red. Hend rtamp for
free sample. Guarantee ieraed by J. H. Harley, drug
gist, sols agent. 11th aad O street. Lane In. eU.
i G&4 iHtttrntst. Stoes tilt War itli
lilt Lock WtlL Try cs.
S. B. NISBET,
1015 0 ST. LINCOLN. NEB.
Farmers Supply & Grain Co,
OFFICE 5ft CHAMBER COMMERCE BUILDING.
D. M. FULWILCR, Buf. Act- F. A. A. I. U. CHICAGO III
o-era. jtaaafer, wnnnuu, III
ttrm-ml Mrrrmmtllm mmd Crala Itadccp aaT I prepared to
rr aviah mt ta Ert Price
ILL ZPJDS 0F1SECHA1TDISE,
FBI 2CXXnTEEY A2TD UTE2TSILS.
Dech in Seward County.
Bee, Neb., June 45, 1892.
To-day Hon. Wm. II. Dech spoke
here to a most enthusiastic crowd. He
had a splendid audience. The inde
pendents and alliance people are wide
awake and the wo ads are full of thera.
On Saturday Mr. Dech spoke at Ger-
mantown in tnis countj and had a
good meeting. He invited a school
teacher, who is a republican, to divide
time with him. But the fellow didn't
even dare to come to the meeting for
fear of getting his scalp taken.
3lr. J. IS. llomine was with Dech at
both these meetings and introduced
bim with Appropriate remarks.
Yours for success.
Sarpy County Convention-
Notice is hereby given to the electors
of the People's Ii.rty of Sarpy County.
Nebraska, that they are requested to
meet in primary election in their re-
spec tive precincts, on Thursday the
23rd day of June. 1892, between the
hours of 6 and 9 p. m.. to select dele
gates to represent them in the county
convention of the people's party of
Sarpy county, to be held at Springfield
on Saturday tne aotn day of June, 1592,
at 2 o'clock p. m.
Said county convention is called for
the purpose delecting five delegates to
the 6tate delegate convention at Lincoln
June 30, 1S92, and also five delegates to
. . " . T - . .
state convention at n.earney, August 3,
u nominate canuiaates ior state omces.
The precincts will be entitled to the
following number of delegates in coun
Pspillion 5, Springfield 5, Bellevce 5,
T.I - . . r-.
By order of Committee,
Chas. Nowxes, J. W.Baeket.
EVERYBODY SHOOTS BLUE ROCKS
(Every Gun Dealer Keeps Them)
Because Tliey are tli
BEST FLYER. BEST BREAKER. BEST PACKER. BEST
TRAVELLER. BEST PICK-UP.
11,000,000 Sold in 1891.
Send roa Illcsi sited Catalogue with Trap Siiootisg Ecus.
The Cleveland Target Co., Cleveland, o., u. s a
RnnfiF Rl Morris Co. J
1118 AND 1122 N ST., LINCOLN, NEB.)
ur J. xpert Trap.
3ARB WIRE AND NAHS.
FARMERS TOOLS, ETC., ETC.
DINING ROOM SUITS 1 1 0. to $00.
Couches and Lounges t5. to $0O.
We will make a Special Deliverd Price on Furniture delivered out of City.
Rucla-e fe Morris Co.
J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO.
rttty. Vtm U I ( mil gra4M. Writ tr U&fvrmatiea and prleea.
INDEPENDENT OF THE TBUSTS.
Tltttliz Consignments of Grain, Hay, Wool, Etc., Etc.
XAtry mavmmcGd n shipments when desired. Direct shipments save
Middlemen' profits. Mention tan paper. iSe
A. J, RIGBY & CO.,
Loans, Law and Collections.
L HACK. Att'j'4 Ug'r.
1025 0 Street, Lincoln, Neb. t Send for Catalogue.
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Center Crank Stationery and Traction Engines.
GTJS STATES, General Agent, Branch House Lincoln. Nob.
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