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THfe ALLIANCE -IN DEPENDENT.
JANUARY. II. 18' 4
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON II, FIRST QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, JAN. 14.
Text f the Lmhi, Gen. Ill, 1-1S Memory
Tom IS-la 43oldea Teat, I Cor.
as CoaaaaeaUry by the Bee. D.
t "Now, the serpent wan mow subtle
than any beaut of tbe field which the ixra
Bod had made. And be said unto the
woman, Yea, bath God said. Ye shall not
at of erery tree of the garden 1"' In the
rat two chapters all is perfect, and God
walks with man. and man commune with
Cod. Now cornea the wicked one In the
galea of a serpent full of hatred of God
and man. See bin aliaiiea In Kev. xli, 0; ix,
t, and bla end In lie, xx, 10. He begin
Ida work by Insinuat ing that God doe not
lore bli children or lie would not keep any
thing from them.
1 "And the woman aald u nto the serpent,
We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the
garden." We cannot blame the woman for
talking with bun, for abe prooaniy nan not
beard of him who spoke to her through the
serpent. We know him and deserre tosuf
fer if we bold any parley with- him. Bee
Iph. Tl, U; J as. ir, 7; I Pet t, 8. 0.
& "But of the fruit of the tree which is in
the midst of the garden, God bath said,
Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye
loach it, lest ye die." She both added to
and diminished what God bad said. Cora
pare carefully chapters 11, 17, and let us
fire good heed to Deut. It, 2; xli, 83; Jer.
xxrl, a. Our part is to be simply oliedlent
and trustful and shun erery insinuation
4 "And the surpent said unto the wom
an. Ye shall not surely die." What a de
liberate lie! When he speaketb a He, he
apeaketli of bis own, for be is a liar and
the father of it (John rili, 44). All liars
ball have their portion with him (Rev.
zxi, 8). One would think that such an at
tack upon God would have shown the
woman that she was dealing with an enemy
af God. But what shall we say of pro
fessed friends of God who today teach that
there is no hell and not even a devilf
L "For God doth know that in the day
ye eat thereof then your eyes shall be
opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing
good and evil," This seems to have been
aisown ambition (see Isa. xiv, 14), and be
will yet find a man willing to be filled with
M (II Thess. ii, 8, 4). We know that when
Be shall appear we shall be like Him, and
taen shall we know even as we are known
(I John iii, 3; I Cor. xlll, 12), but this is to
be reached by death to self, trust in the sac
rifice of Christ and obedience to Him, never
to any other way (Acts iv, lii).
a, "And when the woman saw, etc., shtr
took of the fruit thereof and did eat and
gave also unto her husband with ber, and
be did eat," This is the history of every
temptation and sin, the outward object,
the inward commotion, the increase and
triumph of passionate desire, the degrada
tion and ruin of soul So with Achan. He
aaw; be coveted; be took (Joshua vll, 81).
Adam and Eva bad everything and yet
sinned. Christ seemed to bava nothing,
yet stood firm.
7. "And the eyes of them both were open
ad, and they knew that tbey were naked,
and they aewed fig leaves together and made
themsulves aprons." Tblswasan eye open'
taig that has left us blind by nature in the
right direction ever since, as we need to be
anointed and have our eyes opened to he
boid spiritual things (Hev. ill, 18; Pa, cxlx.
II). What a contrast between the gar
Beats of light which tbey lost and these
elf made apronsl Fig leaves may well
aepresent profession without reality (Math.
8. "And they heard the voice of the Lord
Sod, and Adam and bis wife hid them
aelves." What aeight is thisl God's dear
children biding from their loving Father
and thinking that trees can cover them
What fools sin makes of us, and bow blind-
ad must be the mind that seeks to hide
from the only true frieudl Such has been
the sinaer's conduct ever since, vainly seek
ing to Uiue from trod.
0. "And the Lord God called unto Adam
and said uuto him, Where art thouf" From
the fall to the end of the Bible story it is a
Cod of love seeking lost and straying peo
ple and man in his blindness hiding or run
ning away from God. What does your
soui say in response to "vv here art thour
lilua replies, Lord, thou knowest I am in
Thee, and Thou art to me the Rock of Ages
Visa, xxvt, 4 margin). Once and for a long
time I tried to hide from Thee, but now
Thou bast taught me to hide in Thee.
VX "And he said, I heard Thy voice In the
garden, and I was afraid, because I was
Baked, and I bid myself." Here is the first
tear in Scripture, and it follows hard on
ubellefand distrust ef God. There will
be uo fear where there U confidence In God,
lor His perfect love castet h out fear (I John
It, 18); so that if our hearts can say,"Uvhold,
fiod is my salvation," we should also add,
"swill trust and not be afraid" (Iaa. xil,
i Some are afraid of the voice of God in
Ilia word because they prefer their own
auougnta and ways.
IL "And He said. Who told thee thou
wast naked t Hast thou eaten of the tree
whereof 1 commanded thee that thou
ahouldeal not eutf " God of coure knew
th whole story, but before we can be for
givau there must be ou our part conviction
ef ain and confeaaiuu of the same. Ills
Sod would give to Adam and draw from
atro that lie might forgive him ( prvr.
SavlU, 13, ami I John I, Vk
U. "And the man said. The woman whom
boa gave to be with me, she gve me of
law tree, and I aid eat" This sounds very
badly. Adam, thou hal fallen rerr far
aa4 brought us down with thee, fur some
fas have talked that way. Hut ere the
ata. He finds fault with the gift of Ud
aad laya the blame on Ix r. How am Je
ans, who baa taken upon Himself alt the
gmUtof Ilia body, the cburvh, and home
lb, that He might prMvot her to HimMf
without spoils: oh. v, grv
IX "And the lrd 01 said unto the
woman. What la this that thott ast done'
Aad Vtm wvmaa aaW, The mvM brgnilnl
at, and t did eat" Hie did at ak, a
aume do bow, why ll.al allowed the arrj-eui
an eite la air, aiul why UM did ft4 I
but U m failing, but she make euulwtuii
and Jt guilty, AadUit alMaow
attofvmit lh way la for the twrale
U of MtaTa ealnaiMi by grace iIUhu. tit,
It, "Ami the said uslo ike
awrprat, lwue tb. t.Mt eae this, ian
art fr4 iWi all uls" W hat
bll of a erwMur the Mrwat wm twftww
this au4 of a bat lurw we are 4 Ml, Km
It is k.ltt e a4 g p at Uelit as
aw. Kr will Ml as ttben we e bee if
fa la wwrtb while to law,
IX "As will a Mtiully Ul thee
a4 tUe wwtusa, and t wa tky aod
bet ami. tie shall SrM isr tt, aad
baoa saait aruUt bu ai " IUUni(i.l
rks to taeeMr lit the tt nal au ta
arl tUutm 4 Una tba wMua's
awtw t4 a4 he he ( iaa st it,
M Mvat abwMi bf i4 UtMuwit,
HIS PARTY CALU
Ee tor him from the merry throng
Within the billiard ball; .
, Be was votten op resrllessiy .
To pay his party call.
1 Bla thoughts were dire and dark within,
" Uiacourteous to fate.
"Ah. me! These social debts Incurred
Are bard to liquidate."
Bis boots were slender, long and trim;
His collar tail aud swell.
Bis bats were made by Dunlap,
Aud bis coats were cut by Bellt
A symphony to black and white,
"Of our set" the pride.
Yet he lingered on his way
Be would that he bad died.
Bis feet csreased the lonely wsy.
The pave rave forth no sound.
They seemed In pitying silence clothed.
West end ward be was bound.
Be approached the mansion stealthily:
The steps looked cold and cbllb
Be glanced into the vestibule.
But all was calm and stilL
Be fingered nervously the bell.
Bis cardcass In his band.
Be saw the mirror In the ball
Solemn, stately, grand.
Suddenly bis spirits rose;
Tbs drawing room looked dim;
The menial tilled his soul with Joy
With "No, there's no one In."
With fiendish glee he sto'e away;
Ills heart was gay and light
Bappy that be went and paid
His party call that night
Bla steps turned to tbs billiard hall;
lillnnfully he trod.
Be entered. "What returned so soonf
Replied, "She's out thank Oodl"
Sixteen cues were put to rest
Vt llhln their upright beds,
And sixteen different tiles were placed
On sixteen level beads;
Sixteen men upon the street
la solid phalanx all,
And sixteen men on duty bent
, To pay their party call.
When the fairest of her sex came home
At early dawn, I ween
She slowly looked the cards all out; .
Tbey numbered seventeen.
With calm relief she raised her eyes.
Filled with grateful light;
"Oh, merciful Fate, look down and see
What I've escaped this night!"
A Smart Servant.
The other day a man of gentlemanly ap
pearance called at a bouse in a well known
suburb of a provincial town. In answer to
bis knock the housemaid came to the door.
"Is Mr. P, lnf" said the gentleman.
"He's just gone out, sir."
"Is Mrs. P, at bomef"
"No, sir; she weut out with master."
"Dear me, bow unfortunate! I wanted
particularly to see one of them. Can I leave
"Ob, yes, sir. Come In, please," replied
the girl, ushering the visitor into the dining
room. But Instead of leaving him alone
he rang for another servant, whom she de
sired to bring writing materials.
The gentleman wrote bis note, inclosed it
in an envelope, addressed it and left it on
the table. ,
This being done, be departed with a pro
fusion of thanks to the maid, who escorted
blm to the door. ,
On returning borne Mr. P. found the note
awaiting him. It ran thus:
"Your servant is no fool I"
This compliment was fully justified by a
paragraph in the next day's paper giving an
account of the plunder of a neighboring
mansion by a similar visitor. Tit-Bits.
The other day I was told of a little girl
who attended a dlutrlbution of prizes given
by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals. She bad won, you must know,
a book as a reward for writing the best es
say on the subject given, and, with the oth
er successful children, was undergoing a
viva voce examination.
"Well, my dear," said the gentleman who
had given away the prizes, "can you tell me
why it Is cruel to dock horses' tails and trim
"Because," answered the little girl, "what
God had joh.ed together let no man put
asunder." Leisure Hour.
A Play oa Words.
The Rlaht field.
Foyer You say your ambition is to be
come a fluUhed actor? You ought to start
for the far wt at once then,
Hamtolette Ku-VIn Why the far weetr
Foyer ( wit h emphasis)- Because after one
dose of such acting as you gave us tonight
au audience out thrre would be apt to fJulah
you tu no time.-Buffalo Courier.
Overheard at the tiaa,
"Do you know ywung Gout ran ?n
"Not particularly. "
"Ho you think he U welt off I
"That ha is and no mistake. He never
borrows leas than W loo is at a time."-Voltaire,
Ue-Oh, drlla, 1 know it Is very lata,
but I simply faun tear myself away.
tiha Wall, ihea, break away, Ueorge,
llrfitfw this er a- Waa
M IbvmtM ike art lubaurtal
HiiS4, rtM 4 bint, t ma
t'futa UkUM t.
bit i !, ); s4 Idlest,
T Me lite aaiiuiui
la WhUHM ttwreihnu,
Oh. thaYtmi I a 4e:.t.t
tae She tk tMf ateiiletll
V? bt net rMe m atteM
He e'!MH it.4.
A4 b in fcii 'tie ) eaab
Mf la,!, -
i atl bi ve 4 i Wk sad Krwab
Aa4 U-m im Haeue,
m 4af, a Mb lait.ee a af hmk
b ! I balnw
tWe ba4 a. i it wi
bt tl b4 sm4f Kt4
aa k a4 a.
tl '- ahl "' tw, 1 M be e4.
M- aeet if iaa h ret.
No. S99. Numerical Enigma.
My 6, 8, 8, 8, 8 is a criminal.
My 10, 6, 8, L a place from which we get
My 7, 9, 8, 6, forlorn.
My 4, 3, 8, ft, departed.
My 10, 0, 8, gained.
My 10, 2, 9, 7, an article of commerce
So. 897. Pictorial Posxla.
The above represents the name of four
well known writers. What are theyf
No. 398. Crossword.
My first is in man, but not in boy.
My second Is in animal, but not In toy.
My third is in naughty, but not in good,'
My fourth Is In eating, but not in food.
Mr fifth Is in toe, but not in head.
My sixth is in move, but not in fled.
My seventh Is In up, but not in down.
My whole names a Canadian town.
No. 899. Transposition and Aerostlc,
When the following words are trans
posed, their initials, read downward, will
form the name of a well known bird:
EIXB A horned animal.
GQNXAILTIEH A sweet singing bird.
BSMARGEO A filmy substance.
NRUFODEL A sea flab,
NEIALDC A Earopean island.
AANESUCP-A kitchen article.
KROHIEN A sea fish.
TEELII A girl's name.
IOORRE1ISCN-A large wild animal
No. 400. A Star Poaale.
L A letter. 3. An article. 8. Exhibited
In a showy or ostentatious manner. 4. The
universe. 6. Low hills of drifting sand. 0.
Places in an upright position. 7. To pull
or tear down. 8. In this manner. 9. A let
ter . !
No. 401. Missing Letter Pauls.
When the missing letters have been sup
plied, the whole will form a verse from a
poem by Tennyson:
No. 403. Word Puzzle.
doth boast its ancient lore,
, its gems and pearls,
, its great conqueror,
, its dukes and earls,
, of richest fabrics wove,
s of its Vatican,
chants with its crested wave,
sings of Thaddeus brave,
, of Ah Che Lan.
Satisfy each blank with the name of
country, city, etc. Each line contains two
hidden words: The first, an article of dress;
a combination of earth and metal. The
second, "very fine quarts;" part of the
head. The third, "the race;" "to study."
The fourth, part of the earth's crust; "be
loved." The fifth, "ourselves;" "a large
box." The sixth, one of the prominent
characters of Shakespeare; "a tank." .The
seventh, insects; "repose." The eighth,
"very ollable:" "ourselveV airain. Th
ninth, "relatives;" "a monarch."
No. 403. Anagrams.
Characters from Shakespeare:
1. Dude's master.
9. Llous cut loose; run Fosl
8. Given us harsh.
4. Scour lu a dust tin.
5. Bid us hope,
ft. Dol, I try me arm.
7. Tired muse..
8. Kipecorufor a nag.
9. 'First barou.
10. Alik, a slim raw sheep,
11. Close ruin.
VI A charm 'dona
11 I kuew a harsh hatter.
Lacalag la relate.
Punctuation, or the want of It. I Mmm.
aible for many of the Strang advertise
menia late mm, for inaUnoei
Wanted -A woman able and wllllno tn
wash, iron and milk threw caws.
Wanted A comfortable room for a young
man 4 (wet by 10.
Wanted -lU.y t nllk and mow lawna
hey m Ike I'aieler.
No. 87.gcottUa tHagoaal: Hogmanay.
CruMWurdai 1. Ilebridea, 1 tot r rood, a
Bagpipe 4, lUlaiorah 8. Margaret, f,
Jobtt Kiiut. T. Galloway. , Waverkey.
No. Wi-utiiii Nail, Jail, tail,aaiL
rail, tail. wail, hail
No, --AtlbmU'l l'uilr: 1, I
Mu f net. & t dais, 14 . 1
A, IT? dollara It, tl duiWa
Na kM-Nnaierkal Luirna lliiBtu.
N Wl.-A New Yr's Motto Always
be on lime
So. SW4qH4atki kmm "Wh ttvta
wtbM4t fully to a4 m we aa he Ib'aka"
N eW. lkM4bl AcrvwAku .w, g
AfrUa. a lnu 4 tkbrw. a Ubit 4
kal 1. t4t.H a Nn.
Na a4 -luuut ! ba. 1. "TVa
artf blAl taube Ibeworat.' a Proa
tea litvie, Ut da witik" a hTurt suaaf
towk ;t Ike bnaa," 4. "la b(o
yoa W" a "Sit ka.U be Ubt
" a "kew tbMfw eawtU ibetwaa
Na SiA-.thlJ Bud, t Tkrtuk. a
Owl a Hawk, i lut-aea. a Ilea. 4
ea t. Oiitaaa. live., a lx
Furnas County Herd
BIG BERK HOGS
A few young males left Orders booked
for sows bred. Choice fall pigs cheap.
See tny premium pig offer.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaveii City, Neb.
-y L. H. SDTER,
tjjtf?rv'rrvrfv Proprietor of
ELKHORN : VALLEY : HERD
Have a splondid lot of pigs for sale. Mostly
sired by Free Trade's Bet, whose sire was sold
for MO This herd bu no superior East or
t. Prices on Bprtrg Pigs range from l
to fJU, according to quality, u H. hCTca.
sTirriito .miasma. .A
SUre CUre for
Hog ptD Chickei)
I have a positive, trv5, proved and guar
anteed cure for kog and chicken cholera, which
baa stood t he test of six years without ever
making a fall uee to my knowledge or tbat I
ever beard of. Itbas been used successfully
In hundreds of cases. My father is and bas
been for forty years a leading hog-rslser lo
this couniy, and bas lost many hogs from
cholera, but has never lost a bog or chicken
from cholera since tbe discovery of tbU rem
edy. One dollar will buy enough of tbe mirred
lent at any drugstore to cure 60 to 75 head of
hogs. I will send any person tbe recipe for
only fifty cents Send today, use tbe remedy
and you w 1) never lose another hog or chicken
from cholera; don't wait nntll tbey begin to
die. References: My fostmaster, Express
Agent, or Pantorof Baptist Church, of whlcb I
am a member, or any business house or good
citizen of this town. Agents wanted Ad
dress, Mrs. Rachel V. Thomas,
IOWA FEED STEAMER
Given away it it does
not save its cost in one
Martin & Morriasey M'fg
Company. Omaha, Neb.
,1ml males a Farmer Happy.
Grinds more grain to any
- pettier null Grinds e&r-curn,
oats, etcu floe enousb tir
" ' ' 1 1 any purpose. Warranted nto
to ehoha We warrant the PKKRLKH8 to be tin
BKSTand CHBAPRST MILL ON EARTH I
alOLiET STnOWBRID6E ttin kkC"
'wMTjiiTjj'" A"t th CHAMM0M WAtidll, Tbe
KSCKL.SIOR nOMEHAKKR AND KOASTRR
The best ay1nir luvmtmeui for a hottae wife
Nobs fenutue without bras fltttstrs) our latest
Improved xtyle, In axil id make, has deeo ttaniie
sarong hut hiKh rr iie, and rloaes perfectly tluht
saves n iert'HitniitrUI(iielenienW. Millde
rrlpile'-ln-ilr on appllratloa I alsomao
nfactare tbe' Nuw iiuuea" t..te and is
t'amnua Frylns I'tB.eio AUKNTS WANTKD
In everv cuniniy In the V- Addn-w.
("H A Ki t Hl tlt'LTUKlSS, 40 N Mala at.
OeaBstl Blaaa Iowa
i : n.. ..:iUn
i. ill K .1 i
Li ( 'tl'
I Itn ane) arnam Sia,
l'w NothwreUra Hp V lltkafft
lsw rwtaa. ) at tralaa, U9Uw 1 1 at
JOSEPH OPELT, Manager.
Mttpplnf; made clean
W. C. ALLYN,
a State Cattle Salesman.
State Stock Agent Nebi
omci amd rinAwciAiI mabaoib.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Boom 220, Exchange Building.'
First National Baku of Omaha
Commercial Natldtial Raiii fVmaha
U. g. Ys NatloniH Bank, Mouth Omaha.
Neb. 8arlngs & LjfrhanKe Bank. Omaha.
Central City BankVCtniral City, Neb.
Having sold niy farm near Ruskln.
- ' 9 - -f" " C wwa WUICU UVIO
and engaged In the iraln trade, I am situated where I can be of material advantage
to my Nebraska friends and Alliance Brethren, who desire to sell their grain in
vui maraei. Bouciimg me patronage
vie a to business, In kny branch of the
whenever desired bh outdde and inside the Farmer' AUlaace; having formerly
lived in NuckolU cotLity, Nebraska, and served as president of Ruskln Alliance No.
982, and also as depufy organizer in Nuckolls, Thayer and Jefferson counties.
I CHICAGO. ILL.
J. V. WOLI-E'S
. . .u. ki eaitw oi uieiwasou, consisung of about Of) Hsiri It
Is a special rale of sows, bred to nine very choice boars, such as Wolfe's TecunJJeh W." the
rrrat premium boar at Nebranka State Fair for 1HH3, Black Victor K13W. out of a Black TT H
dam, Wolfe's vv likns 56fl. sob of Guy Wilkes 2nd 17777, the 1960.00 boa, Wllk-'s Darkneaa I0H'
also a son of Guy wiikes end. Orient Ideal, son of Oi4ent that sold at tlu Harris sa e for tk
Young Superior 108.14, son of O. L. Sbaul's great boar. Superior mil Bby Wilkes anoSS
'n of Guy Wilkes 2ud, and the largest pig I ever saw of Ms age and flesh i Governor 23T0B ibl
Black Tecum.eh 2I86. a richly brea Corwluig, and m nuTtoM&El&&
HS LW.n .rr1 "7a me.Vor b,oaeil V. a lon 'rlca ,or on the ws t bat go in tbeValeand
will most all be sold at the sale, affording a rare chance to get the very besililood as well as
great Individual excellence at your own price. Tbe sows are all of choice breedlnir as their
Pedigrees in the catalogue will show. There will alw be a choice lot of late Wilkes boars of
3 une and July f an ow in the sale not catalogued. They are not only good, but some of them
are superior to anything I have raised or seen this year, and fit to bead any herd la the land.
Sale under tent. Nooostnonement. Sale on farm on "Union College" street car line. In
formatioa given at Lindell Hotel, corner M and 13th streets.
Terms of Kale - Cash under Ii0. twenty dollars and over one year's time on bankable paper.
Btrangers from a distance plea bring bank reference. Lunch at 11 o'clock. Sale commences
atl2harp. catalogue on application. COL. F. M. WOODS, Auctioneer.
Thl, vlll h. ..n. nl thk n.t.a. 1 . . 1
M h r-2? r?.mie ,nonor" an &By Importer's la America at the following fairs: Iowa
m i?Hi? S2 Moines; Nebraska State Fair. Lincoln; and the Kansas City Pair, season
i .1, MJ . ftck p,ercheron stallion, Jeannot, and my Belgian stallion. Sampson, never failed
to take first premium and sweepstakes over all. For strictly first-class Imported horses, low
prices low Interest and long t lme visit the Crest City Farm, Creston, Iowa. Telephone to farm,
one mile distant. New importation Just received. '
1 J v'.
I , MV i4liinn, mar ai d ci li won the pric at NcDrka State Fair over Ncbrwka World's Fsir
winiiers in pant live yn.
They Were 'Wlppcrs of 527 Prizes.
IAMS U the onl Impurter in Nebrualia that Imported his leirheron Ir the put three yrare from Fr
and the lurifeil irapotier ol CKdttaud Mures. Al.t. HI. At K. Ltint' hut-ee won eis wepslahre
wtacsat Nchraaka hute r alr of iSuJ. and lime b the only irea of Nebrwka thai U entitled to the same ol
lAMSOUAHANTKKtltoehnwTosthelariwt rolleiiaaol Hl( FI.ASHV Hit AFT IIORSKg
,.f the riHM hne.ll el the UK H I t S i V I lt A I.
it.i a into wethl "a el A l.l.lANl K rKll t.s
More State Prlie Inne'a Than All Nebraka Importers.
enrt gAV4Uh huilrig s winner of Ian.. M
Wiile IAMS. rt lul b.e the K A M..aJ 1'. P.
8 NOW uitl y nil tW friiciinl fitlr
t ttHk, U iUr t pirtinttH! a u
tv?ru Uism known. It i nil
(f nil kituls Rtul y u vnn't lTnl to fml
fr niarki't iihiut it, T..r U
noOt'mif that n5tii m much io
THIS MK.Ma l J'u Invt inly
M W rtmvltuvl. nHi.Ml ISTA
KQUAi. to an ok coux.
tif f 1X'IThi riu-n. iTtos
10 lb, If your il au r m
i nlft nnl will hip jmunjuly.
Sfs, Lincoln, Neb.
- AGENTS WANTED -
and comfortable. Do not touch tbe hand
to water. Stand erect. Address for circulars,
Pail and Wringer Company,
Gsoboe S. Brown,
SoliK Oirtaha Ieb.
tVBefore shipping ask us for condition of
Market and Prices.
Nebraska, lajitanrlnir ni mn,A t,
or all such, I Invite correspondence with a
trade. Will Ctve Satlafaf.tArv rofaranraa
Grain Dealer in Chieago
;ftj POLAND CHINA SALE.
Linooln, ITeb. January 11, 1894.
WILSON, Creston, Iowa,
Shire, Belgian and Coach Horses.
frnpoytur apd Breeder
100 Black Percheron,
Cljdes and Shires.
IAMS' "Hre Show" at the grm St. lmt,
Kansae and Nnbraaka Slate Kalri of oth
ered hit coniKtiton,
The won the Brand linn herd prlxc "For Beet
Herd of Dralt Hurtes" and ovtr every Nehnuka
draft bene or mare shnw at the World's Fair.
MKHIIAM KO V AUIIKh f ll N. Slo leata4
ANU Tl-K. one. Ie end three year tuae t
priae wipiwte all aw eale, Cl fuanatee, every
t uv h '
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m m it, a
kftn it .ivl u draft or motnf
Oil Works, Omaha.
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