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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
MAY 25, 1893
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THE PRESBYTERIANS
UNALTERABLY OPPOSED TO
SUNDAY FAIR OPENING.
STRONG RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED.
Cbarrha Urged to Do All la Their Power
to Prevent It The Brlfgs Caso Re
ferred to the Judiciary Commute
Baptlitts Gatheriog to Con
vention nt Denver In Very
Large Numbers.
Washington, May 23. The ReT.
Thomas liraker of Wakeeny, Kan.,
conducted the half hour'i devotional
exercises with which the second week
of the session of the Presbyterian gen
eral assembly was ushered in this
morning.
The special committee on Habbath
observance, of which the late Colonel
Elliot F. Bhepard was chairman from
' 1U Inception, submitting its fifth an
nual report, which was read by Elder
W. B. Worrell of the New York pres
bytery, Colonel Hhepard's private sec
retary. The effort to secure the open
ing' of the world's fair on Sunday was
recited, closing with a statement of
the vote in congress against it Th
report then proceeded:
Your committee recommends tbi pilot
I the followliw resolution:
Pint, The rnwmbljr wolves with aeepre.
Sret tbe liiUillltPiice of tbe death, An March
I, of t'olonul Klilott K. Khnpurd, chairman of
tbe committee on habliatli observance, anil
desire to ex press Its hlfe-h appreciation of the
valuable services be fans rondornd to the
Habbatb rouse by bis liberal efforts sud bis
lame contributions
hecond, The assembly exprM"" Its pro
found ratitude to Almlvhty God for .he sud
or theellort to secure in our national
lotrlilature s prohibition of Hunday opening at
Wis Columbian exposition and lis appreciation
of the action of conxress In orderlnir by so
larse s majority to continue the time honored
custom of the American people in doing- rev
erence to the Lord's day. It Joins tbe whole
church In hearty thariUnttlvIng that we have
been spared the bumlllatlon as s Chlritttun
nation of s public sanction of the Hunday
opening of tbe world's fair, and U bureby
voices what It believes to be well the nlirb unani
mous Judu merit of tbe church It represents in
declaring any attempt after this public and
official expression of the nation's will to open
tbe nates of the exhibition on tbe Kabbatb
would be a crone affront to the Christian con
science and s nag-rant breach of faith.
' And liMtsmucb as tbe local managers hsvs
decided to oiien tbe sates of the exposition in
defiance of the authority of congress and In
elear violation of tbe prlnclp en of common
honesty, us well si of God's command, there
fore. Resolved, Third That we urge upon our
people tbe importance of standing by their
consciences at whatever sacrifice of personal
profit or pleasure. If tbe trial of their Integ
rity Is come, let them not detlle themselves
with tbe king's meat Dan. I: S.
Forth Ws call attention of our churches to
the efforts now in progress for the formation
of associations, lbs design of which Is to pro
tect the weekly day of rest. We believe that
the widespread Interest now taken in this
question furnishes s favorable opportunity for
tbe affiliation of the friends of the Lord's day
Into associations that can render most efficient
services In protecting the Sabbath against all
Invasions
After the report of the committee on
world's fair Hunday clotting had been
read, the liriggs question came to the
front at a bound. Dr. Young, chair
man of the overtures from the presby
teries, twelve of them relating to the
Briggs case, moved that they be re
ferred to the committee of judiciary,
when Dr. Uerrick Johnson of Chicago,
naked what had become of the over
ture from his presbytery on the llrlggs
ease which overture besought the as
sembly to refer the case back to the
synod of New York. Dr. Thomas C.
' llall of Chicago, in sympathy with Dr.
Briggs, made a brief speech in favor
of sending all resolutions on the Kriggs
case to the judiciary committee first
After a sharp discussion the motion to
refer the overtures to the judiciary
committee was carried.
THE INFANTA PHOTOGRAPHED
Ealalla Spends an Uour Before n Wash
lugtou Camera.
Washington, May 23. After her
morning chocolate and roll this morn
ing Infanta Eulalia attired herself In
a wonderful evening gown of fluffy
stuff, the neck cut V shape and about
her shoulders threw a wide
scarf of China silk of varied
colors, then accompanied by
Commander Davis aud the Mar
chioness of Arco llermo.su went to a
photograph gallery In a closed car
riage, while Prince Antonio and the
duke of Tomames went walking.
Commander Davis did not wear his
uniform. The prince wore a light
spring suit with russet shoes and
straw hat
The Infanta reached the photog
rapher's Bhortly after 10 o'clock and
spent nearly an hour there. Several
negatives were taken aud the prio
ress took the liveliest Interest in the
process.
(n their return to the Arlington the
royal party hud breakfast and spent a
quiet two hours until 1 o'clock, when
they wsre driven to the treasury
department Secretary Carlisle re
ceived theut and aoUnl as vacurt
through the money vaults.
In connection with the Infanta's
aUeudaui-e on low mass yesterday, the
following is told:
The Infanta Kulalia came in contact
with a Tery deuu-ratie priest ymU'r
day, tihe sent word to 1 sitter Ue of
St Matthew's ehurea, asking him to
cause a special tuaa to lo performed
fur her and her suite. He sent Nek
word that the Catliolio church did not
recognise royalty as Wlug entitled V
such a privilege. Then the Infant
requested that the use of the church
be given her that a uiaaa might be
privately performed for her by noma
other priest father responded
that th church was at her service at
any time not in conflict w ith the reg
ular services, but that the building
was for th tf the I'athulW puMlo
and that the do. in eould not be t-UM.
daring the ceremony atfaluat any one
wh chose to tout, 't he upshot of
the matter wa thai I ha IafsaU at
tended on of the regular services of
tae fhurvn.
Hlil Ki.era Au) a Teas,
Cl mil Art, t:Ui My 11 The
Ohfe rlr U rUn rapidly, haviug
ratted over tea fvvt siau NttwMay.
It is no about thirty at ft aud
Wnf nearly three) hulas an Hoar,
the KluW liver is atfit rajlng at
twenty Sve feet, ttivrflowing the wuU
tMWu lands aud still furluor dei
14 tt evra trvi
WORKMEN AROUSED.
They Talk About Tearing; Dowa the
World's Fair Uatea.
Chicago, May 23. The world's fair
Sunday opening question was vigor
ously discussed at the meeting at the
trade and labor assembly yesterday.
It was brought up by the intrduc
tion of a resolution by Delegate
McUulre which declared the
sympathies of the labor union in
favor of Sunday opening. In the
discussion that followed President
Lineman took the floor and said:
'When efforts were being made to
raise money for the fair promises were
made the workingmen of Chicago that
the fair would be open on Sunday;
hundreds of workingmen In Chicago
have contributed to the fair stock sub
scriptions according to their means
and their wishes should be as much
consulted as those of any other sub
scriber. I propose that we say to the
world's fair authorities that we
are willing to pay fifty cents each to
get into the exposition on Sundays
and If you do not let us in on those
terms we shall go in anyhow. Let us
name a day and go in and tear down
tbe fen co if our demands are not
granted." Vice) President I'omeroy
proposed that a public meeting be
called to discuss the question. This
suggestion was adopted and it was de
cided to hold a meeting Wednesday
evening near Jackson park, at which
a plan of action will be decided upon.
The management decided to open
the fair Sunday in all its departments,
but on Friday decided to wait the
action of the national commission
which votes on the matter this week.
Attorney-general Olney says the gov
ernment will not permit Sunday open
ing., WITHDREW FROM THE TRUST.
The Great Whisky Combine Practically
a Thing of the Past
Pkoria, I1L, May 23. Five of the
largest distilleries in this city have
withdrawn from the Cattle Feeding
distilling company. A reporter called
upon Samuel Woolner of the Woollier
distilling company and asked him if
it was true that his company tuui
withdrawn.
Mr. Woolner said: "Yes, it is true.
Not only our two bouses, but the
Manhattan, the Northern and Poor la
Distilling companies have also with
drawn. We served notice Saturday
afternoon on the company that the
lease was cancelled and we immedi
ately took possession of the distilleries
and will hereafter operate tnetn in
our own name and independent of the
whisky trust We will paddle our
own canoe and supply the trade.
We believe the result of the litiga
tion pending and instituted by the
attorney general will result in the
forfeiture of the charter of the Dis
tilling and Cattle-Feeding company.
In short, we think the trust is
'busted,' and that wide open."
Sunday Hsieball (lasses.
At Cincinnati St Louis, , Cincinnati t
At OhlcaKO-Loulsvlllo 6, VhUm 8.
At Kansas Clty-Topeka, , Kansas City 7.
.' t ht, Joseph St. Joseph, It, Lawrence &
STANDING or THB LBAOOS OMJSS.
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7 All WaNhinirton. 10 .471
7 ,W Baltimore ,. 8 11 .i
7 ,fHH New York ..7 13 .m
7 .m Chicago 7 lit .HAH
AM Louisville... I t .')
Cleveland.
St. Louis .
Hrooklyn ,
Pittsburg.
10
Philadelphia.!!!
Dostoa 10
8s pro me Only In Time at War.
Bebiin, May 23. Tbe government
has denied the truth of the recent
statement that Em 'or William, in
his capacity of supri..o commander of
the federated armies, would issue a
manifesto concerning the army bill.
To the denial is added the explanation
that the Emperor is supreme com
mander only in war; in peaoe the fed
erated princes command their respec
tive armies.
Thieves llald Dresden, Missouri.
Skpaua, Ma, May S3. Thieves
gutted the town of Dresden, seven
miles west of here, last night They
burglarized the only three stores in
the town and carried oil' several hun
dred dollars' worth of goods.
THE MARKETS.
Kansas City drain.
Prices were quoted as follows: No. 8 hard
wheat, ftKiitVl'ic; No. Shard wheat, OlGtffie; No,
4 hard wheat, MktMo: rejected hard wheat, W
tiMc; No. S red wheat, (VXntWo; No. 3 red wheat
CUitiMc; No. 4 red wheat, MfcOOc.
Sales on change, f. a b., tutsls of Mississippi
river: Hakd YVhkatNo. 8 hard, t cars (WVtO,
80 curs tVc; No. a, 2 curs (Hc, curs 6Hc, 2 cars
67o: No, 4, 1 cur ftlc, i cars Me. Horr Wusat
No. 8 red, nominally 1WTie No. 8 red,
nominally M(u.7Uc; No. 4 red, I car line. Sesisa
Wukat-No. 8 spring, 1 car un',0, car 6c;
No. 3, I car choice 7c, 8 cars Sac, I cur Uo; No.
8 white spring, I cur Mc; rejected white
spring, I cur good Ale.
Ofterlngs of corn wero large ami the market
Wan very weak. Prices in all position went
Hide lower. The t reat (Iodine was on corn
without good river hilling. The feeliug at
the ,c!ie was weak aud many car
lot offeriint at the lowest prices of
the day, Keooipl were 80S cars: s week ago
8 cars; s year ago IV) cars. No. 8 mixed corn
Sold st M','(t.Mo; No. 1 mixed. !U.t.i.U,o; Nu
4niled,3l.v. Nu. 8 whito.8 Vo: No. 3 white.
,tt; No. 4 white, Ski Hilpper paid 37t
tase MuuliMlppI river, aud W'Hl t Memphis
fur Na 8 rorn: No. 8 white was sold si
river and 44 ttue Memphis
Oat Hold slowly and were about 4 a
lower. The elti'rliigs wrr lllwrat Kev
relpta, 81 cars, a year ago. It cars.
Cash price: No. 8 inurd,
No A, tMtD. Nd 4. Tos 8 white, W I
kfe 1 white, 3l3IS MVS - m aai
Is fair demand So. 8 was suoled al Sla
s4 No. i st W.lt r't-si-VJH
tiMj tr bu upon the twsu
f pure; small lot 3w ItSAS Mlra.lv,
, in Nt la sack hulk ate v'oms t'Mw
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Praetlclly CJIoawd.
Lnrcour, N'ib., May 23. The
trial of tha Impeachment which
has occupied the attention of the tu
preaae court for three weeks practically
closed last eveaing as far aa the intro
duction of testimony is concerned. The
defense will introduce no more impor
tant testimony and with the presenta
tion of records and papers will close this
forenoon. The state may be permitted
to introduce testimony, but it will not
be of great length. Providing the re
buttal is brief, argument will be com
menced this afternoon and continued
until the allotted four hours on each
side are consumed. The argument is
expected to draw out many spectators
and if the senate chamber is crowded the
attorneys will be encouraged to give tha
court speeches which will go down in
the history of tbe state aa the final
closing of the first impeachment case
ever tried before a supreme court m the
United flutes.
Yesterday Secretary Allen and At
torney Oeneral Hastings were on tha
stand and each is credited with making
what attorneys call an excellent wit
ness. Both were frank and little diffi
culty was experienced in cross exam
ination. If the argument is not commenced
this afternoon attorneys on both sides
will ask the court to hear two speeches
tomorrow and two Thursday.
Struck by Lightning,
FKKK0N.V Neb., May 23. The
splendid rain which set In shortly
after midnight continued until late this
afternoon, and plenty of rain fell to
meet the needs of growing crops and
make the farmers good-natured. It
started in with thunder and lightning
accompaniment, which proved disas
trous to August Kihn, whose residence
in South Fremont near . tha packing
house was struck by lightning and
burned to tha ground. The electee bolt
struck the building on the north end
and a blase started up at once. A
heavy wind was blowing from the north
at tbe time, which spread the Are so rap
idly that the family barelr had time to
eecape, and saved none of their effects
exctpt their clothing and some bedding.
The nous was insured for 1,000.
(Several attachment suits have been
brought in the Douglas county district
court against Osorga W. E. Doraey, and
the papers in Om cases have been filed
in the county slerk't office of Dodge
county, and Sheriff Milliken is serving
notices of attachment against the real
estate recently conveyed to various par
ties oy Mr. uorsey. un tnese new sum
tbe South Omaha National bank claims
$8,000, John Diffley tO.OUOk and the Na
tional bank of New England $8,000.
The annual picnic ana Mar Dartv of
the Fremont turnverein was held at
Hollers grove on South Broad street
yesterday afternoon, and was attended
of a very large csunpany of German
oitisens, who enjoyed themselves im
mense!, The athletio games and exer
cises commenced about S o'clock and
were very spirited and interesting.
Found Dying,
Talmaoc, Neb., May 25. Mr.
John Wiener, a German wagon maker,
who bad until recently been employed
in the wagon and blacksmith shop of
Win, Keck here, committed suicide
some time during the night about ten
miles northwest of this place. He was
found by a couple of carpenters about
6 o'olock this morning' as they were
f otng into tne country to ao some wonc.
ie was lvtng by the roadside with a
small revolver clasped in his hand and
was not yet doad, aitnoufjn there
was a bullet hole in his head
just below the temple. Deceased
was probably fifty-four years
of age and was unmarried. He was a
hard drinking man and probably ended
his life because he was out of work and
out of money. He has a brother living
on a farm near where he killed himself,
and another in Nebraska City, lie has
been about this town for some time since
he quit work and was last seen here
about 8 o'clock yesterday evening. He
probably started to walk to his brother's
and becoming despondent concluded to
end his existence. The coroner was
summoned and rendered a verdiot ac
cording to the above facta.
Hall and Wind.
Hastings, Neb., May 23. This
eity was visited by an fnueually
heavy hail storm this morning. At a
quarter to 5 there was a sharp, loud
thunder clap that frightened people out
of their sloop, and which was followed
instantly by such a rush and war of hail
stones, that many took refuge in their
cellars, thinking a cyclone was coining.
For five or six minutes the bail fell, and
it was impossible to see more than a
short distance in any direction. Build
ings rocked and tall trees bent to the
ground, nearly, from the force of the
wind. When the storm passed the
ground was perfectly white. Trees
were stripped of their foliage, and tbe
small fruit crop almost totally de
stroyed. The telephone and electric
light systems suffered from broken
wires and poles blown down, lite
Hastings roofing factory, a large frame
structure, was moved some seven or
eight feet off Its foundation. The
factory was intending to start up this
morning, but will be delayed several
dare. -
Child Killed.
Dan, Nebraska, May 23 Dur
ing the heavy rain which fell here yen
terdsy the ami house of John Fog hi,'
who lives a few miles above here, fell
In, ktUrog hi little girl and injuring
several other members of the family,
The liUle daughWt of Mr- Anderson
was acridoaUy akot ywforday by one
of the ttetghWs hof , whi was fooling
wtva a rwulm which he supm4 to be
empty The girl will Noibly dss as
the ball entered the forehead aad lodged
(a the back part of the head. . , . . ,
l. ad in a Unite,
Faus rjtt, Neb., May 13, A
young md by the name of Ueorge
re was fvHnl J4 la ttogvt's grove,
a few miWe smith if this city, where he
was la the ssnntov of a Umwr ntnd
U i HuutwaU The cause f fete Jnlh
remains a jtry. He la a sUeiu
rer aad ottty known teUUv Is a
Ufthr In tAiteastef. O , wh we noli.
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DETROIT, MICH.
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OXFORD Sire, tu., ssu waoasa ., vnwssw, m
Bt HAPPY WHILE YOU LIVE, FOR
fOU WILL BE A LONG TIME DEAD.
To bo Happy buy a
DANDY
STEEL r.'ILL
wiid iirspaite Mies, never aeeds
(Ml. TbeUasar Hleel Tower His 4
l eraeres Tower, aud tne strongest
and best hi tbe market. Will be sent on
30 Dars Teat Trial, and If Dot entirely
Mttsfwrtorv can to returned to os, and
WK VV1XI, FAY r-KKIMHTBOTH
XVAYH. We alao mamifacture Ui old
Reliable Challenge, O. K. feerleas and
Imlay Wind Mill, Pomp, (Hndm
Tauks, reed Mm, Corn Bbellera, ilorat
lowers, Aa
Chalhng$ Wind Mill 4 rWf CoH
Batavla, Nana Co., IU.
FURNAS : COUNTY : HERD.
or
digCjhs
SD
Holstein : Cattle!
A few Extra Good September Pigs,
and a No. 1 butter bred bull, yearling,
registered for sale. Prices right.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaveh City, Neb.
W.C.T. U.
DINING HALL,
138 S 12th St, Lincoln.
First class table and attendance
Lunches at all hours. 80tf
"DONT TOBACO 8PIT OR SMOKE
YOUR LIFE AWAY"
Is tbe title of a book just received, which
all n vn.nvi.iiin . w . . a
harmless, susrsnteed tobsco-babltcure, sold by
H. T. Clark Drug Co., Lincoln, Neb., agents.
NO-TO-BAC costs but a trifle, and a man who
wants to quit snd can't bad better call round,
set a box ol it, and start bis cure today: it it
sold under sn absolute guarantee to cure. Get
copy of little book snd read it; it will be sens
iree oy man, u you address tbe manufacturers
' in! DTKRI.lnO KtMEDY COMPANY,
No. 46 Randolph St., Chicago, 111.
We Sell Direct to the Consumer
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
House Paints, Barn, Roof and Bridge Paints.
Buy direct from the factory. Guaranteed.
Russell Paint Co.,
NWCor Paulina & Klnssie St., Chicago, IU.
MABUrACTURERS or
All Kinds of Galvanized Iron Cornices
AUD
Wire work, poultry netting, yard and
garden fencing, window guards, office
railing, etc. Sena for catalogue.
J. W. D. HALL, St. Joseph, Mo.
THE BOSS SPRAYER
For spraying fruit trees and vines. Bend
for catalogue and price list to
CURTIS & HUDDELL,
1505 Bo. aetk St., Lincoln, Neb,
EAGLE BRAND THE BEST
ROOFING
I uneauatal lor House, IUrn. Factory or Out
Huilduifs ao4 eoiiU half the pint of hirglrs, tie
or irna. U m ready lor im, awl vatilv sitllu lV
anyone SVml stamp Its' samples, and slate le ol
root. tXCalAIUU f AI.NT S) KUOriXU to.
1 80 Ouan at.. New York, N . Y.
CHAUSCKV M. DKI'KW.
The other day, ia speaking of the Im
proved faolUtU dr luxurious travel ta
this country says:
"We are abandoning the old system
of lighting the ears with kerosene
lamps, and more tnaa half the coaches
hare already been equipped with the
most improved and the safest system of
lighting known in this country or
Kurope. Wllb the new ilnUch lamp
there can be ao pswalbiUty of danger
front eiploaion or otherwise, as tbe
apparatus is all out side and under the
ear, and ia the event of mishap, the
fliturve broome detached and t&e gas
tai apve Into the air,"
Th hrtlllsat I'laUch light, the finest
car lUurutaant la eilsietuw, auw In ua
on the Union IVtrio Mjstera fulfllls all
the rvuUil conditions au hspplly
noted hy Mr, IWimw,
lUrher A wlr have eema nf the
rheapest property In Uaeoia for sale,
if y hate a gd, clear farm and
waat Wt get Usetdn prrty, rrlie,
nd Ihry w'll gnd vu n Drtt-vWs deal.
tUnitsn a luwt.aM,
lU'ftt 10, m O tSirvet-
Yum will tt fresh and pure seeds at
GrUwoU s, llOtkiHtft Klttveath ilrttl,
cTimv
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PATEIT
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- SOLICITORS.
IIFS A m Bee Bids
dUCS a bU., nyiHS. NEB.
Four year's experience as examiner ia the U. 8.
Patent office Advice free, bo fee nobl the patent
tsostawed.
Tne Paragon Incubator
Is positively the most practicable and re
liable Incubator now before the people of the
West. "Patronize Home Industry'' and get
the best. We dare come before the people at
the great Nebraska State fair this year. We
hatched n chicks from 121 fertile eggs, sftor
moving the eggs and machine several miles
vrhea they were within two days of hatching.
There being bo premium offered at the fair we
were granted the big b est award of honor by
tbe board ot examiners. Send for circulars
and price list of the incubator, which batched
the chicks at the state Fair. Address
O. G. COLLIER,
Box 435, Falrbnry, Neb.
DEAFNESS,
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated by an aurist of world
wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and en
tirely cured, of from a) to ao years' standing,
after all other treatments have failed. How
the difficulty is reached and thecanss removed
fully explained In circulars, with affidavits
and testimonials of cures from prominent
people, mailed free.
Dr. A. FONTAINE, Tacoma, Wash.
"AMONG THE OZARKS."
The Land of Big Red Apples la the title of an
attractive snd highly interesting book recently
issued. This book is handsomely Illustrated
with views of South Missouri scenery Including
the famous Olden fruit fsrm of ,(J0 seres In
Howell county. It pertains ent rely to fruit
raising In thtt great fruit belt of America, the
southern slope of the Ozark s. and will prove of
great value, not only o fruit g owers, but to
every farmer and houikeo.er in other states
looking for s fsrm snd s home. This book will
be msiled free. Address. J. K. t ockwood,
Kansas City, Mo.
Your Buildings
WITH
Black Seal Roofl ng
TOUOH and DURABLE as leather,
FIREPROOP aa asbestos, WATER
PROOF as rubber, and at prices with.
In the reach of every one. Put on by
anybody and good la any climate
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Toor Roofs and
Buildings with
ROYAL ROOF
PAINT
la Red or Brownf
or with oar glossy Jet black, IMPERIAL
ASPHALT PAINT, all fall guaranteed.
Cheapest and best paint for metal aad
wood la use. Send for Pamphlet, Catalogue
Sod Color Card to tho manafsetorers
w. k. camps Boora Mr a co.,
City, M
MONEY MOM OPOL Y
(1st Edition of 6,000 all sold.)
NEW EDITION-ENLARGED.
190 Pages Heavy Paper, low Ready,
Price, paper a; cleth f 100.
Address Thb Ailusob Pub. Co., Lincoln. Ksb.
"Money Monopoly, by B. R. Bsker, Is pro
nounced by representative leaders in tbe reform
esnse to be the most comprehensive work ever
published on tbe money question. Every asser
tion backed up by undeniable proofs. Truly the
Galling gun of wage-slavery against plutocrat!
oppression," lows Tribune, uen. wesvers pa
per.
CHEAP FARM LAUDS
100,000 Acres Just Fat Upon the Market !
SOLD OM
Small Cash Payments
5 to 20 Years Time.
For map of Nebraska and further
particulars, call on or address,
STAPLET0N LAND COMPANY,
444 BEE BUILDING, OMAHA, JiEB.
Farmers and threshermb
Cntnlogao it AH the Latest Improve
ll.t . meats, t uhUnel (.cur
Blest lira, Jtoturn Um -Uuilu,
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3,000
IN
HUBCR ENCINE8.
It will cot you s 1 rent postal rard to obtain
full Information about the bestTr ctloii KiikIiis
snd Separator on earth. Adt'rrss, A. M, Mo
MULL1N, lios 1874, Lincoln, Neb,
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THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
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