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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1892)
Chicago Grnin and Live Slock.
V Thioago. Nov. 18, X
lIoo 15 cents lowr than a week ngo. t orn-
mn 5 25 4(1; khm1 light, $.V&U&.r.tU; pilme
heavy f5.4JX&5 to ,r- -Cahtl-Western
ransre cattle, I3.2.V4.60:
good steers W UKii.'l 7?. deietillng on weight aud
qnallty; rckkI foww j'i.iv.tt'.
Km WTheAt, 7.e; wu, 41c; oats, 31c.
Omaha (Jrain and Live Htock.
Omaha, ov. 16, 1893.
HoM-Lower 5.3(X7?Af -
CATTcK-Prlme hteers. 1,500 lbs W.7.V&5.35;
fair in KOfxi teer. 1 000 lbs f3-H8.ftt); ood
western Htersf 12 lOf&TOO; choice ooru-fed
row, 2 ; medium cows f 1 25tf2 no.
Or iM Wheat, extra hard. 65c; No. 2, 57e:
corn 38c; cam, 2Jc; flaxseed, 11.00; liay f0()"
7 00 per ton. .
Chicago Produce Letter From Summers
Morrison & Company.
Chicaoo, Nov 12, 1892.
There Is no particular change to note In this
market since last Issue. s. The most active trad
ing In any one article has been In potatoes.
These are still in cood demand and all arrivals
are absorbed readily. There has not been a
season for some years with ruch a big demand
and at fair prices. Choice Burbanks bringing ,
7K to 80 cents per bushel In car lots. Other good
wull assorted varieties 74 to-78 cents. Mixed
stock 65 to 67 cents. Apples are holding up
well In price and all good shipping stock sells
readily at 13 to 83.25 per barrel. Under con
tinned light receipts of butter the price has ad
vanced and the best makes of creamery
are bringing 30 to 31 cents, fair makes
27 to 28 cents. Best makes of dairy 25 to 26 cents.
Eggs continue In light supply at 22 to 23 cents.
I he Beason for dressed poultry is now on hand
and a large amount will be wanted for f hanks
Prices rule at present at Byt to 9 cents for hens,
springs 10 cents, turkeys 11 to cents, ducks
10 to 12 cents. Th receipts of game continue
light and all arrivals in good order are taken
readily at previous qotatlonsK Beans con
tinue In good demand at f 1 9i to 12 per bushel
for hand picked, f 1.75 to $1.85 for machine
There Is a fair demand for the best grades of
, hay at 118 to 112.50 for No. 1 timothy. Ill to $11.50
for No 2 and 810 to $11 for mixed timothy.
Choice prairie Is bringing 89 to 810.
. The receipts ef broom corn still continue light
and all offerings are taken readily at previous
prices quoted -
The grain market is higher all around. Wheat
closed at 724 cents to 73 cents. Corn 41 cents
and oats 31 V4 cents.
White beans, honey, sorgham molasses
butter and eggs to sell on commission.
t J. W. Hartley,
' State Agent.
o I It'i I!8tita-lie.
A mustaoho is not regarded as a
marketable commodity, says London
Million, but a man disposed of his
upper iip ornament the other day to
a beardless youth who envied him its
possession. The two men were sitting
in a cafe, when the youth in a
moment of guiltless desire, said, "I
will give you 50 shillings for your
moustache." "Done," replied the
other, with dramatlo promptitude,
and calling for a pair of sclssora he
laid the mustache on the table. The
young fellow protested that he was
only jokinc. but his companion issued
a county oourt summon for the
amount agreed upon, and recovered
it without much trouble.
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Headfiuarters for Bargains
Cheapest Store in the City.
Toys and Fancy Notions.
The Most Complete Stock in Lincoln.
Don't FAIL TO CALL at
118 South 12th Street
Thanksgiving is clse,at
hand and all should eat and
be thankful. Another great
feast is already on the table
at "The Hub" for all who
are "short" on clothing' If
you consider the saving of
money "worth while" you
will "make tracks" this way.
Our men's suits at $7,00,
$9.00 and $10.00 are sold by
many houses at $10.00 and
$12.00 and $15.00. Hadn't
you better save that $3.00 or
$5.00? Overcoats eaually
cheap. Special bargains m
Caps and Underwear.
Write for catalogue if you
104 and 106 r I Oth Street,
M SI S W
(1C nfin Set aside this year to beiloaned to
$ IwlsUUU students of limited means.
No other school In the west stands so well
with business men. This is a point not to be
overlooked. We can put you on the Jroad to
success if you are made 'of good mettle. Laay
students can assist In private family for board.
Write for our catalogue at once, Address,
K. M HARGIS, Pres., Grand Island, Neb.
Cpp pi "Tuition! Fall term in seven different
rntti courses. Only high grade independent
Normal in the state. Finest buildings, equipments
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the masses, w rite tor catalogue 10 r . r. i.oub.
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that will secure pleasant and profitable employ
ment, is at the Lincoln Business College Busi
ness, fehorthand. Penmanship, and Telegraph
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With OrkuhiM Boxes the TWt Wind Hill re
quires wo oil for jean, therefor, no climbing of tower.. Needs
no wtelition ud u warranted to Iwt lonrer tnnn other ml if
tht are oiled and will be sent to rood parties on aodaj. test trial,
and if not satisfactorT it ean he returned and wa will par freight
both wars. The Dandy Steel Tower is & four eornered tower
made of nenTTanRlesteel corners and rirts and has fiat steel bars
for braces. For beautj, strength and durability it has no equal.
Challtngt WmdMill&FttdMMCo., Batavia, KanCo..HI.
When you are in Lincoln stop at the
St. Charles hotel, given up to be the
best $1 00 a day house in the city. It
Subscribe for The Alliance-Independent.
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coln, informs us that he has had such a
demand for them that the supply is ex
hausted. He will have some more in a
few days. Those who htw written for
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9 The Greatest Sale ever attempted
9 In Lincoln.
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FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.
ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGENCY.
State Agent quotes prices on the following goods.
A good common flour at 90 cts. per 100.
White Rose flcur at $1,50 per 100.
Silver Leaf " " 1.75 " ."
Prime Brow Sugar $4.00 per 100.
Best Granulated Sugar $5.65 per 100.
Fine Uncolored Japan Tea 25c per lb.
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Good Coffee 20c per lb.
A full line of Spices,, Pepper, Cinna
mon, Cloves, Ginger, Mustard, Al
spice, etc., at 20c per lb.
One gallon best coal oil with glass can
Soda and Butter cracker 6c per lb. in
40 Grain vinegar in iugs, 25c per gal
Lemon extract 2 oz. bottles 50c per doz.
Vanilla " " " 55c 14
Finest full cream Y A cheese 12ic lb.
A good Overall for only 50c.
An extra good overall for 65,
Rockford half hose 75c per doz.
" " " best made $1.05 a doz
Write for anything you eat or wear.
J. W. HARTLEY, State Agt., 2 S. 11th St., Lincoln. Neb
INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK,
ELEVENTH AND N STREETS. LINCOLN. NEB.
CAPITAL STOCK $250,000.
LIABILITY OP STOCKHOLDERS, : : : : : $500,000.00
WM. STULL, Pres. LOtlS STULL, Cashier, J. G. WADSWORTH, Ass't Cashier.
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Savings Accounts Solicited.
Money to Loan on Improved Farms.
WYATT-BULLARD LUMBER CO.
Write ua for bill of LUMBER for your house and barn, delivered at your station. By
dealing Direct with Ua we can save you 15 per cent. v
(25) WYATT-BULLARD LUMBER CO., Omaha, Neb.
JfOTn the Saw to thcBuidipg Direct.
Farmers Alliance Men Please take Notice.
Complete Bills for Houses and Barns a Specialty
J. T. JOHNSON.
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