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Nebraska Farmers' Affianc.
t. R. pnwma, PrMldvat. Con.l
W. K. f ottir. Vlce-Prr . A.Mon.
KiiEBrcmi, TTe. Uaeola.
c. FiKCHiLD. lecturer, Oak i lib.
B. F. Alls. CbalruMa, Is. Cora., Wb
TltuHy Advice Kroro J ad ce Edgerton
Omaha, Neb., Sept Oth, is3.
The defeat of Jiai well by the repub
Hears and tte repudiation of Bryan by
the democrats, would Indicate ta over-
"""wbelmlrg victory (or the people' party
thl fall, but I desire to call the atten
tion of the popnll.t to the fact that the
defeat of two years ago was the rcault
of over cunlidorce. Never In the history
ii the movement ha there been a time
when hard carnot wrk was needed
more than now, and If wo win a victory
tat fall It will be the result of individu
. 1 4
al tiTort. Let every man who desire
the ucee and ultimate triumph cf the
rlnclplca for which we arc contending
work fiom now till election day, and let
nothing but lcknetor denth keep blm
from depositing hi ballot. This I ft
death struggle In which tho republican
end of the demt?crat'c party and the
democratic end of the repub'ican party
will unit oo aeancldate to thwart the
wXlo! the people. There l nvre In
volved In IbJa fight than tho election of
a supreme judge. Tho election of either
a republican or democrat i an endorse
ment of Cleveland financial policy. J.
Sterling Morton says the silver ltu is
Idcud la Nebraska, and the defeat of
Judge Holcomb would (five color to this
atstemrnt. We don't deserve succe
unless we work for It, and If we work a
we should we will succeed, ''Lteraal
vlgHanc ti the price of Jiberty." Don't
bo lulled to olcepby the assertion that
I - tho dingruotltd democrat and republi
sh cans will veto our ticket. We (ball
A only get tho voU of the men who be
U Hove wo aro right. Wo canonly depend
Lt every reformer do hi duty.
J. W, EOiiKIITON,
An interesting letter from Washing
ton, D. C , by Mr. Thornton reached ua
jut too late to be iqueezed In tbi week.
'a. T tkii t'l'ununftHbftnn 1 IMor ft ihn
JU WIS !'-tMaw vt w
World' Columbian Exposition may be
t'fcn many evidence oi mecnanictti in
gcouity unl inventive genius. Hone
blanket have been used for year. The
dlflleuHv of keening them on the borso
ha always been a terloua problem. In
tb Burlington Blanket Co. exhibit of
Burlington, WU ., msy be seen the new
Burlington "ty-on" blanket, which
obviate all thia difficulty, it fit like
a tailor-made cat and tbehoro cuneot
etit uodr bis f;et. Thee blankets
u .a muld In T utulnii arul fi vn.rf,iiiii Mitt.
terlai, such a canvas, canva llnod,
Jute,llni!n,etc. Tbey Import and d?slgn
all their linen hlanktti which have been
so commonly used among the leading
horsemun a a maimer bQinket, Tbey
mako them In sizes to tit from the
-smallest colt to the largeitt hortnt, and
alao manufacture waterproof blanket.
lap-robe, etaok cover, etc. Add res
tho Hurllngton lilanket Co, Burling
ton, VV1., for a handtotne lithographed
Tho pirtul'a luilpen(lDt partjr of iato
r NworiiBHil, in raovennon ammniDiru. nerfiiy
vlnriut mill rciidlrtii ihn nlatformof tirinRlnleii
i it lul'l down in thM Omalm platform of July
. -nil, I'W. 1 lie uiMiom or too miaramf inern
m nil e Hiid th jiiNil' t nl iba ilemanilN tlire
proin ultcli'd ur- uvm moi o apparent now tban
iiibh vim iriitli tlmrn miiincintnd, thttt "We
nxiul In ihr ruiat of a nation lirouvht to Urn
vi.rk of niotal, political anil material rula,"
ti lii'vii (uli.V vi rtllcd by the act of thu preH
at ronxi'KMH, now In m' l;il amnion iiniwni hi!
and by ihn prenxnt tUiiu:ll condition of al
moHt our utittru pni'.
W roiwltiiin iiia leadiii'tof both Hie republi
can hikI (li'mocnu Ic partlnt who are aitwiijitlna
to demoralize nllvr, tlierxby placing the biil
nut r the country on a Kold oanIh, and we dn
notincn M um uh trIU)r to the llbtirtleit of the
pmiplH, and w rnlii'Hiio our demand fer the
colnan i of wlver with that f gold with a
t'atio or in to i, ami me ohuhhiu oi toe preNent.
i ":HKriJHPttliP'iKuinof Huch hiw. We approve
i uitil ti t . l(i lid , lit. nji tM tf ilili Kmnrr.iuiiiijti U.
A. MclielKlian and O M. Kein. lor tlrnlr opp
hII ion to the repeal of tbe purcbtMluu cIhiihij of
ine wi-caiwu niiKi Miiiii mw, uuu uiwi n. j.
Bryan of tin) b'trat dlnnli't elecied a a demo
Kwtolvet). That we are in favor of a aervlce
m-nxion io our Holdlttra Uhiii a holn(j la a
couit of record of an honorable dlHchare and
upon a rNiMonu1ilc proof, aui'a oeivlce peuitlon
to be on an ciitutlHy rrKardiew of rank. And
we Kt'e in favor of an additional amount baned
iion the d- gr e of dlnablllty. which shall be
the nicaHiire of the Kaaie
We demand that nil railroad, t-dfrraph end
lelnlihoim linen nhall be owned and coutrollud
by I ne (overmuch!. iinUeriiowcriia'd iliihtiof
. ,i.mlli.lll k.,ltl l.llil 1IUIPII 1U IIIA 111 utWUl
Iftliil it. t tii.i lauin. ... vuv iiitit ami ..-v t .i.k.
luureHtof AuiHrli-an aud Eunpean aiiylooi.H.
We are oppiwitd to union of I'hurch and atnte
la any form or under any pretext whatever.
Wedttmund that ihe fr-edoiu of epeech and of
the pren ataall ever he maintained; that there
htiull be no tollKou teitM foroihce, tteiireop
ported to all wee.ret or open poilil ai (iri?aiii.ii
ilonn liMHed on re.lKouit inejiidleea a contrary
to tho eplrlt and Kenliixol our luiUtutloniiiid
tlioi'otitfhly uu-AiiHirli'411. We unreiiervmlly
upprtve ot nut' Amerioeu H'ee i hKl hyxleiuiiM
h nieuiitnf popular etm utiuii, and we ar op
jHc(t lo iiiy diverilon t the pttblio
f units of taie for aei-tarian juir'iimex
W e dilioliuiv the repuolli'.ti) HilllllllUt r.ltnll
l till hi .tie, ulito the miliMl.l.ml repullaii
prexa uud llielr politli't ilia and IK lUttik who
j ym tie prtit ami roHiruiii have len deer I v-
h Ihe iHtoii e. elaimliiil the mate wa out of
i.w ...M lllu tf fllU tUWkllll. U.tfl ni i .1 I llu
V lit, w hii In hiiIui ol the hevy Ihi lxvlud
.im yeiri'i eitr, llire i neiti'iy .mioi.m
. imiintr MitiiaiUH tixiu whteh minjiti um
united io pay un niiuilkl lnierei of per
4.n onuiiti lor epiiruvinu tue i.h iiiuihI inaif
j lend iit it"iu u t , w. iii.n-i', iir,.ieiii of
V he t:plil Nuilonai Itaiik, by which the et.ne
ia twilidled out of J JKi lUI. We further My
that eurv utllcer tmw ilmv nuder the law
iiik Id . toe (lie fiiiuUid the :iiie. (hotlU le
ti.- d tn- r t iv and un mi m:i tHKiieiut. tor
l(liry I ml.
We iic;)i,nd lb H let etfoieeinenlof lh lnw
iinwii no Hie Neb.'tiJ- bill f.r the r'Uill.llou
.,( itvh,-hi r.ttro. i!em uid thial t f lh
pirwl.t I IW elllpowerilll ItlB ietill Ml elect
4lll(td l'('llilllWUill. kVrlr III l.t(.' . lb
ill'- exo'iil 1 1 IN eb.'b1 - emr l.( for lnl.iif
ti i iuu .i' hi uiir kiddilet
1 tS me .ed the tirewft' y teliiofruh
. emu I llr, bb h l l nl li . living
pHuhtliB I Mlr r l tueit meaa of oit.tin,
iim m l the i" iiv aud iimm pumi
n'i..ii .t ir l o' il - r-"Oi new m u r in
1 ill. Inieiil (or iomvlii n Hi Die ')'iii,n and
v n-i.i.iii.l Ihrtk lite lilt Ireanuirr nit ill
uiii y lia ilm .u "icM tu the !uvt
KiHHl of Umit'a e h""' IhihU ai4 ! wih
. U e.(. Udtf tUV ill ImwHuI lliHiUl l
10 niUe.l. Thl tl rtHHd ul tk iem.l
Ix.l. p ii-l..t p..iy iue 1. 1 In Uiih h.i t.
h WtUUIuleU iiHid itim l-iiihl or. and
"il l in. iuii i hi ily lettttrlnl uur loieriy
aiU Hritu"( i my t i(.'inil,
'1 A Skm h of Our Candidate
JaJgf Silae Alexacier Holootub, the
topul!t nominee for jut!g of the tu-
prrtue cort. was born on a farm In
Gibron county, Indiana, ia li.atd Uin j
hi 3'jt.a year. HU esrly life p nt '
on the Indiana houteUad where be'
woikfd In the summer and attended ,
district rohro! during th wlcter. Hi
early education wa nnfineti to ttat
afforded by the comroon ho a ol LU
eatlve etate. upivmeiit.d by u t o'irte
in a cormal acaJeuy or high school.
At tbo age of 17 year be began teatu
lng a 'bool, an cccupalion whkh Le
followed for upward ot f-ur year.
Whlio tench In j Le wa prvpaiind him - j
nclf lo entvr collie wilb a vir of 1
tali aguu tuetucyaDdprict:ceof law
..i i Ti i . . u...
at the cloao i.l a colleglat course. Wut
hi father dying in 187S left him with
the rcisponilbilltlca cf taring for
widowed mother and yc.unger brother
and sister. Thin necegslta'ed the re-
llcqulefimeat of hi plans for a college
education, but audi time a he could
pare from teaching and from labor
were devoted to legal ttudle and gene
i at reading. ,
In 1ST! with hi mother and her
family the judge moved westward to
Hamilton county In thia state. lie
there worked on a farm for one year
when ha entered Ihe law office of Chum
meld; ilatt, at Grand Island a a
tudr-n'. He remained with them In
thi capacity two years when be we
admitted to the bar at an examination
held at Central City before Judge C.
V. I'Ofet. This examination waa taken
part In by cx supreme judge M. H.
Rfew) who was at that time prosecuting
attorney for that judicial district, and
Incidentally a member of the bar com
mittee on examinations.
Judge Holcomb was inarrUd in April
192, hi family now consisting of him
self, wife and three children. In 18KJ
be removed wlta bis wife to Custer
county and began the practice of law at
Broken Bow, where he has since con
tinuallr resided. After locating at
Broken How be practiced law about
ono year alone, when he formed a co
partnership with J. S. Klrkpatrick,
Keq., now of Lincoln, which partnership
continued for over aeven years, or up to
his nomination by tbe independents for
tbe position of district judge of tbe
12th judicial district in the. fall of 1H91,
a position to which he was elected over
Judge V, G. Hamerrtmd which hi low
When practising at tbe bar Judge
Hulcomb was perhaps the peer of any
lawyer in tte state. His professional
career from its beginning until hi ele
vation to the bench was attended with
the succcn that always accompanies
diligence, ability and integrity. It wes
not altogether t his clear, cogent and
powerful reasoning that he owed his
succcei both as a trial and equity
lawyer, but as much to the confidence
reponed lu him a a man and lawyer by
jury and court alike.
As a judKe he has shown himself o
he not only learned In the law but one
of the strictest integrity. He has no
friend to reward, no enemies to punish.
To appreciate his worth as a citizen,
lawyer and judge he has only to be seen
uliI known as ho Is seen and known by
thosa who have been his associates and
friend theso many years. His personal
professional and judicial career Is with
out a stain, and above reproach. lie is
a son of whom Nebraska may "weir bo
In physique and intellect the judge is
a large man, one upon whom nature
has bestowed her best gifts with lavinh
baud. U is a splendid epeclmun of
physical manhood. In stature six feet
and two Inches with the proportions of
an athlete. ' Ho has tbe commanding
figure and clawiic features of an Apollo,
combining in hi character tbe rugged
si l ength of oak and rock wlj,h tho
gentleness of a child. If he errs it is
on mercy's side and in behalf of those
who have no help of man. A few years
ago when he was. known simply ' as
"Silas"' or "'Aleck'1 Holcomb he was
pointed out to the writer as one who
bore upon his form and fe&tures the
patent of nobility.
Prior to his affiliation with tho inde
pendent party the judge was a demo,
crat, but wtu never considered a politi
cian, bhouid he be elected to the high
position (or which ho is a candidate
and for which his qualifications to
eminently dt him, tho public may bo
assured that every intercut that may
cimto b.fore him at a member of the
supreme court for adjudication will re
ceive at his bund the same painstaklotf
euro und lldulity that have character
l."tl hi findings on th district bench
whore ho bin lieen aud is a nobh judge.
" 1 " come over practically to us, Ihe
A A, Hardy, of the Urm of Hardy & j Thayer County Mail hsa hoisted otir
Haves or F.liawood, Cam county, in this j ticket to the rnt head and the Norfolk
sute. ttlkd at our ortlcethts week with! Journal, a staunch republican paper
ft number of specimen of corn raised by j advU- iu readft to vote ft;r Judge
this Urm, aud wo tmulsay they were tho I HoU-omb.
finest wi Lave ever en. Mr. HarJyi - "
s'atr tint itt year the mum corn' Mi nt Term Ktiliet-riiiliiit orrn,
vieid.M m arly ninety lm.hi-U to Ue, j-,,,, w!,n U. take TtK AM.IANV
acre ana IhU year u'hkU olghly nve, j ,M,u,rNI)t.N a fchlrt iim m .ulv
and on upUnd at thai. The pclt.i ,u , s , ,un) wa lh(t 0Btfe m ,uWUlcr
were tweho t thltteeu Inches long and ; wU, rvmu iuWriH.r rulJBV, ng
ful.y nature,. a!tluuh plauU-d on the j (l f ,ft4 ,H,wnw
Until day of Jar., r. corn was; (jUttUtid with tho .at. r. that we will
on lhecaUcMrd.ir,lmof0dielHl wn4 It till Umrf fur tifU vn eetiU.
from varknu kinds through a term of
Hut e!via year, Whrn you aro la
town jattatvp tU Mr ortice ? ,(
the ltiit cera la th world. ,.
is Stele Central teste
UlADWl'ABTKIUt. UllllU. HllJtL BlAKK,
Chairm.n. D. Clem Heaver. Omaha.
Secretary, J. A Edgerum. Lincoln.
Treurer. J. V. 'o!'. Lincoln
TIIK CAMPAIGN WAUMI.VG VI
At-cuunla of Pupnliat Kalliee Held
During the l'aat Wrek.
At Gratil Island a week ago lai. Mon
day, i; C. riuwfck and Jobn M. IX-vU
held down tho LoirJ. Ik-J afternoon
and evening. Tbe populist county con
vention wag held in the af ujrnoou. u:u
tiio report eays it was the largest held
1 the hiUry of tlto party
county. Tbe evening mettoj was re
ported aenthuiuticatd wtll ni'nd.-i)
AtG ntral City tbe nxtdy, Devlne
and Ilewltk again held two meeting
Both were well atteuded and euthual
AtColumbun, Mr. Hewlck and Judg
Grlnison spoke tbe evening of Oct. i
There was not so largo a crowd &4 a
Grand Island and Central City, a moe'
ef tbe population of Columbus aro poll
ticians-and were at that time camped !'
Lincoln. Tbe meeting was fairly well
attended, however, and from all report),
set several o!d party people to thinking.
Holcomb at Deatrloe
Judge Holcomb opened his campaign
at Beatrice on Saturday, Oct. 7. A
splendid rrowd was out and enthusiasm
was running around loose. The judge
talked about thirty minutes and was
accorded an ovation. After tho speech
many former republicans and democrats
expressed tbeir intention of voting the
populist ticket. The turning down of
Maxwell and Bryan had settled tbe
matter with them. They could stand
no more railroad mnoblne rule.
Hon. G. W. Klnebeloe, ex-president
of tho Misouri Farmers' Alliance,
made tbe speech of tho evening. From
all report it was a good one. Mr. Kin
cbeloe is a new mm, but is oue of our
best speakers. Tbe people should turn
out to bear him,
Itaitan and Devliie at ffctjierlor.
On the same evening thit Judge Ho'
com!) started tbe ball rolling at Beatrice
Hon, John M. llugnn and J. M. Do vino
made tbe welkin ring at Superior
Superior has been a hot bed against us,
but neither of the old parties ever held
a larger or more enthusiastic meeting
than that which greeted the two Johns.
These two mn make a learn tho like of
which hr.s seldom, if ever, been seen be
fore In Nebraska, In tbe language of
Han Kautman, they are hummers from
Ifolooml) at Crete.
At Crete Monday evening, Judge
Holcomb, G. W. Klnchelooand Capt.
W. H. Ash by spoke to a good crowd.
Because of too short a time for adver
Using tbe meeting tbe audience was not
as large as it otherwise i would have
been. But the meeting was enthusiastic
and several leading republicans and
Bryan democrats expressed their in ten
tion of voting for Holcomb and the
Get a Rustle on You.
it is an unpleasant duty, out it is a
duty nevertheless, to remind our people
that funds are necessary to carry on a
campaign. We must win thit fall.
Victory now means victory in the
future. Defeat now meant defeat in the
future. You must go to work if you
expect to win.
The Old Parties Have Cut Their Own
From ail advices which are being re
ceived at headquarters It seems probable
that the turning down of Maxwell and
Bryan has turned adrift thousands of
honest, republicans and democrats and
started them hcltor skelter for the
populist cirap. We welcomo you, boys.
We, who are in the new movement,
were driven out bacause wo woro tired
of machine and corporation politic.
There ia no hope in the old parties for
reform. You must como to tho new.
New I'opulUt PapcrM
The comruittc-e is In receipt of a num
ber of new populist papors, among them
tho Gazette, Big Snrlnpsi the Iteeord,
Wen Ion: tho Independent Union, Mc-J
Cook; Trlbuue, Fairfield; Gazette, West
Point; the Independent, Superior; two
new populist piper from Boyd county;
tho Populist, Omaha; ani many others.
In Ibis connection we would say that
Mr, Jay Burrows rcvius his paper this
week and the Wrstern Laborer has
S i)u a' onjki -uid send us y ur ad-
j drvts sil , in sUiups ta pay u. Or,
' v t m of your nijhbors to ta!
tli )"it and c od ua iao dollar,
NEWS OF THE MOVEMENT.
Governor Lae'ling of Kan -a I
stumping the s'ale for hi party.
Hon. II. l'.Taubececk.our rational
j chairnitn. willaddrtM Ksncua meetings
from Oct '11 to Nov. 2 iccluaivo.
W. S. Morgan ecretary f the N.
V. I. A , Is now filling a K-rieaof ap-Kiit:tm-ij'
Iii nui them ArkanwH.
VVathiugfon 1 fait forging to the
fri-mm it poptilis. rtt. aajs tho Ke
v'e f, if L'e Angeles California. Al
ready two Jaly papers art In the ft- Id
the 1'vt-nins? Call of SeaU' Inibd w-et
! end f the state, aod the Lu!y Tr bus
of d e'kaae, Jn th cas'.. I ho litter
conifUx an aflliavit showing an I
cna-e of 1'i.HJ aubsribcra In three
wet V i.
I.tst wek. Monday, Gen. Weaver
j snno to an Immenie audience at Moul
ton Iowa. "The people are terribly
arroueed every where," say tbe Bloom'
Held farmer. It Is wonderful. A per
feet land slide may be expected. We
hear almost every day f new converts.
Whole neighborhood and communities
are coming over to a ma', In this asd
Appanoose coun'y and other oiaccs."
Appoliiinmta Made by tin Hi it
jrjocjfts. a. hoixomu.
Oct. 12. David City.
" 13, Genoa.
" 14, Albion
" 1, Madison.
" I", Columbus.
21, North liend.
A. H. WKIK.
Oct 17, Columbus.
, W. 11. A8HHV.
Oct. 20, Dewltt.
OI j Ohlowa,
II. H. HYATT.
Oct. 1U. North Platte.
" 20, t)galla.
JOHN M BAia.V.
Oct 20, Fremont.
" 21, Omaha.
JOHH M. OEVI.NK.
York county, a week, beginning Oc
Ojt. 21, Omasa.
E. C, RKV1(,'K
Oci. 12, David City.
' 13, Genoa.
1, WeMt Volnt.
G. W. KIKCHK.OK
21, North Brud.
" 30, Springfield .
'' 81, Weeping Water,
Nov, 1, Dunbar.
4, Falls City.
" 5, TccuiUHcn.
" (I, Lincoln. .
Oct. 13, Dunning.
" 14, Thcdford.
' 10, Mullen.
" 17, Hyannis.
" 1H, Alllaoce.
" 19, Harrison.
" 'A Crawford.
" 23, Uuskvllle.
" 24, Valentine.
" 2.", Alusworlh.
" 20. Basett.
28, Neiigh, ,
" -t, I alls City.
W, V. UM.K.
Oct lt, Klwood.
" .20, Curtis
" 21, Wallace.
" 23, (tract.
" 24, Imperial.
" 2"), B.mkleman.
" 2t, Trenton.
" 27, Inalanola.
" 2N. Cambridge,
Nov. 2, Alma.
" 3, Wilcox. .
" 4, Holdrcge.
JOHN II. I'OWHW.
Oct. 23, Grant.
" 24, Klsie.
" 2'i. llajti, Center.
' 20, Trenton,
J, W. riJilKRTON.
Mr. ,1. Ii Horate, Omaha, tin iti
turned from Spain with hi nw lm
IHirtatlou of 123 registered KpunUh aud
Italian Jacks. Boo ad, In unother eol
t'lilui'.ulo coal. Nut, Minn Unit, lYortu,
i an u nl'iiy and H k.-K ; Springs spptii
t the loet rate at your UMnt on
It ,V M. .V l'. IMS), J. W. HtitTi.KV,
J t M Kll litntier Cti of l.lni-o!r;
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l.ttititH-r le'i a AeolUon, 'I' bey
will iike jittl wtioUuato prleesno lum
lr deliver d it vour statlnq.
When writing la advertisers pleaw
niiQilon thl paif.
Thirty four :U weeks ...
Stutli-nt raa enter at any tin)e. AtMivss fr reular anl
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First : National : Bank,
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C. A. HANNA.
F. M. WOODS,
Fine Stock Auctioneer.
Public 8al Data.
V. M, Wooda will conduct sales as
October IK I'oluna-Cblna hogs, at
Pawnee City, Neb,, for Cilthar k
October l!)-Short-IIorns, at Lincoln,
Neb,, for B ) Cowan.
October 20 Poland' China bogs, at
Khcnandcub, la., for Ellis Tucker &
October 2." -Poland-China bog, at
Pawnee City, Neb., for W. T. Barett.
October 27- Poland-China hoijs, at Bfd-
ford. ioa. for lleaiy & Jonns.
October 2H-Hbort-Horns, Bedford, I.,
for ijeaiy &, Johns.
October :il Short-Horns and Poland-
China hog?, at Albion Neb , for F, II.
Novomb r 1 Short liorns and Poland
China bogs, Cedar Hapids, Neb., for
A. C. Stowell,
November PJ'oland China hogs, at
Cadttos, iJeb-. for (ieo. Jackson,
November 14'l,oland-China hogs, at
Btoomlngton, Neb., for Asa Black
NovemlM!r 15 Poland-China hogs, at
Urpubllcan Ci'y. for Tabor & Bolster
November Ki Poland-China hogs, ut
Stantord, Neb , for Dr. Waggoner.
November 2'2 Poland-China hos, at
Humolt, la , for Taft & Co.
The present reducod raUs to Chlcairo
places a World's fair visit within the
means of all.
As aa unexcelled means of ireltiui:
there your attention 1 called to our
limited train lfavlng Lincoln dally at
1:4,1 p m., arriving In Chicago ai":"6
a. iu. By U o'clock you can reach the
fairground by cable car,, puling for
mllii through one of Chicago' moHt
mnnlllcent streets, a sight i.f which
is worth a Hpt-oiul vieit to the city.
Chair cur, through slocjiers and din
ing cars, atTord every comfort and con
venience. Wm. Simpmai. (ion. Agt.
City Ticket Agt., 1PM 0 strwt.
K. T MtMtK,
iK-pot Ac,ut, KIghth and S street.
For Si.ic-Fariu land In Nbraka
and Kan an; also vocaut und improved
pronerty lo Llr.oo!o. Thpy a utr-
i;aui and on eay lormi. u.
K 'KNKU Boom 1, wit "O ' Mtrt-et.
A BAUOAlN--Wo bav.1 a Uinkford
Newpaiiur Folding Machine for mtlu.
I hU fuldtir ban 1'iii 'i hi u-w but a short
tliiii, and U a ir"d a ik-w. Also one
live horo rmwer Llclrlo Motor, maim
ai.'titrtfd bv the Detroit Motor Co.
whli h will In fully Ktiarauti'i-d, t! yon
wuuttitlmr the roidur or Motor, wrs'e
h f'r price.
AiMa.vi'K Pi austUNti I'tv,
PulUtw tb crowd t Ilia furnlturw ai
li-n.i-tii"l'l r'l innix r ii'm of Mlur A
Mwranuiti-u at U7 J.'u Nurilt Furtrnth
trt'i. hr you will nml tvvrythltig In
ttteir lin ot tii wst finality and rrtap
i prn ifpciiiy iki io'm uu,
FINEST, CHE A I'EST, BEST.
J. II. McCKAV,
C, H. LIPPINCOTT,
H. 8, FHKKMAN,
ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
St. Joseph Buggy Co, Carriages and
Buggies at lowest prices. Catalogue
and price list free. 6th and Mcssanio
SU., Bt. Jon Mo.
imm nccFi;:a co.
Largsat Maoufoctorr In tri U. a.
'fa- Shoet Iron Building flatcrlal ay
W"J' !.:,''",'"''. IbmSnat MIhiiuti. Imllatloa
J " - fL". " r
lioa thl pwpcr.
Bt. Louia. Cincinnati.
rO v"'y leritln, KwMuni.
UVUO lurnl,, M;ill(r.. fit. lliriiHriln.
I,reyhuiiml, Hull, Vot, Kliyviuiil Imtcli Terrier.
C'ollim, lul, HnniH, lliiiieltn. l-'oubmimU. hrt
U?f arid l'omtr; xlo t'ttrvu, MaliewCti, prt
aiilimili, Uh y fmirotii; luiultry. bmiil Hlmno lot
pricn lot. Liie rune wumeil.
lirmau Itiih.3IS Murk el at.. St. Lnuln.
tggjjj't.'.'ip'ji'i i, nj ii. i.lljij,... mis a
Omaha Jack Barn
SPANISH AND ITALIAN JACKS
Write for particulars. Address,
J U, HOOATE,
Kith and Vinton SU, Omaha, Neb.
UUmUNQION ROUTE. '
Tho Lowest Wot Id's Fair Ratts Yet
For' Chicago day" Octobot !Hh. at tho
World' fair, tho Burlington Uouto will
fll round trip tickets to Cnltsgo at
Us than kutf rules, v!. $1 l.M
Ticket aro gco l to rctui a I'-jtil Oct.
Itb, and will bo on ilo Out. . 7 and 8.
Ak B'Uinoll at B. t M tb'jMit, or
ZU'mer at city ofllee, t or, t and 1 J U.
tir full information.
Barber t Fowlor have ''itie f the
rhtnipcst profHirly In I.tticoln for al.
If you have a ginnl, tlvtr fmm and
watitUi get LUtH.lii propi-rtv, write,
and K'f will ilm) )oti a tt rf-!n-s dal.
Boi.in in. 1DU O St ret.
VVoitd'a Kif lt will NsvstbsChsapsr
Than Uio nu rd by tho Burlington
Kjuw fur "Cbjivattu O'y'' tku.lr uth.
U ntnd trio U.'ki'U at (n imh ami rajv,
vli: IU Vi Ikkt'i ar gHHt to rvti ru
until QK Htb. and a ill b i on ! tkl.
rl, ami n MX B..UB.-I1 al B. d 11. d-
imior . eaier at city olrkHi Co tl and
loih, t lor lull la'j' rtatluu,
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