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THE FARMEBb' ALLIANCE: LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1890.
BRO. C. L. HARPSTER DOES UP
Bertrand, Neb., Aug. 25. Editor
Progress: -Will yeu kindly allow me
space in your paper to reply, to a letter
written to the Omaha Bee by one Chas.
Wooster of Silver Creek, Neb., and
copied into the Nugget of Holdrege?
After saying that there has been so
much said about the principles of the
Alliance, he starts out by saying they
have been " ignored, trampled in the
dust," and so on. Then he gives the
declaration of principles of the Alliance
full ' A wl fki T 0iv-hSaA Via a1 t-r
himself: "There you have it; now you
all kmow as much about it as I do," and
to the uninitiated it must seem as
though he was right, and we that advise
ana support independent political ac
tion are in tne wrong.
I want to ask every member of the
Farmers' Alliance(Charles Wooster with
tne others) who have taken the obliga
tions of the Alliance, if these declara
tions are all there is of the Alliance!
And further, do we compel any one ;o
take the obligation unless they wish to?
And do we not give enough knowledge
just prior to the giving of the obligation
that all may know what will be the na
ture of that pledge or obligation? Also
recollect what comes just before and
iuujr iue wuiu permuted in mat ODJ
1L - 1 t l 'il ,, . A 1 -a
ligation; and then see if their conclu
sions will, be so irresistible that the
Alliance is fast cutting loose trom its
moorings, or that the leaders are "self-deceived-r-blinded
by their own selfish
ambitions, or are unmitigated frauds,
or a little of both?"
I think all who are not prejudiced by
party ties or seeking party place or
power, will be convinced that the Alli
ance is right in its conclusion as to inde
pendent action in politics. All of your
talk about members getting red under
the collar, and about leaving it all to the
Alliance to settle, is merely buncombe
and both written for effect on our new
members and voters outside the gates of
the order, and very well you know it. I
joined the Alliance some nine or ten
years ago under the old style of organi
zation. I never then or since have seen
any Alliance officers use their power or
influence to prevent members from dis
cussing the old parties, new parties, or
any and all means to get the farmers in
to a better condition than the one they
are now in, which is virtually a condi
tion of slavery.
You are very particular to state over
and over that you stand by the princi
ples of the Alliance, meaning of course,
the declarations of purposes. ' But,
brothers of the Alliance, how about the
principles taught in our grand associa
tion? Mr. Wooster knows that we ca
not control either of the old parties,
and don't want us to, either. A stran
ger to the politics of this state reading
the manifesto promulgated by republi
cans last spring at Lincoln would think
the democrats had Nebraska as solid as
they have Georgia or South Carolina,
but is it a fact? But they want us to
rally to the republican standard once
more that the paaty may put ut the
bad men and put good men in good
republicans, I suppose. Can or will a
banker, a lawyer, a doctor, a merchant,
or a politician, represent or make laws
for the interest of the farmers or labor
iag class of people? Have they been
doing it? Are they doing it now? They
are not, and will not; and, Mr. Woos
ter, you know it. Your plea that the
democrats will be elected by our inde
pendent action is all bosh, and you know
it; and now you only say it to get form
er republican voters back into the party
again and out of the independent party.
What if they do win, how much worse
off will we farmers and laborers be un
der democratic rule than we are under
the present? You. know that we will
not lose or gain anything by the demo
crats or republicans gaining this or any
other election, state or national. You
know that the masses are trampled
down, and you know that it is in the
vile laws made by the viler politicians
that has caused all this. And you fur
ther know that the Alliance, both
north and south, was, is and will be or
ganized and run in the interest of its
membership, both by education and by
voting; and you further know that it
must le done by independent work and
action outside both old parties.
As to your plea that all our officers
are "candidates or in longing anticipa
tion," I would say, they have the same
rights that other citizens have to politi
cal honors, and they being on the inde
pendent ticket is what pinches you
and a great many other republicans;
.and you will not be satisfied with all
your slang and nonsense about the Alli
ance, but 'you must give the prohibi
tionists a little of your cum and dem
ocratic hydrophobia. Of course, ac
cording to your mad theories, demo
crats and prohibitionists will do any
thing'for office, from drinking a glass
of beer to buying votes. ; But the vir
tuous, high-minded, straight-forward,
righteous, republican party will not
drink, smoke or lie, or put lies in their
'platforms to catch the green, uneducated
farmer or laborer. And then you recur
again to the principles of the Alliance
for the sixth time in this one paper. You
say it is plain that the Alliance should be
largely of an educational nature. Can
you or any other man deny that it is?
As far as the educational part goes, the
members have learned far beyond their
most sanguine hopes. They have learned
that the republican party and the demo
cratic party are both one and the same
dog with different names. They have
learned that the Alliance members want
less tariff and more money; less whisky
and better prices for w ork and produce.
They have learned that alien land own
ership is not good for free America; and
there are hundreds 'of other things they
have learned, among them is this, that
the republican party has out lived its
usefulness; that it has .got to be a lie, a
cheat and a fraud, ruled and ruined by
f)oliticians and demagogues. They have
earned that the democratic party has
been stinking for, lo! these many years,
and we are ready and perfectly willing
to bury it, and to get the republican
arty ready for burial. They have
earned to think before voting. They
have also learned that independence in
politics is the only way back to freedom
and peace, sucn as our iatners gave us
way back in 1776, and as again affirmed
in 1861 and '65, and you and your kind
can blow your bugles ana cracK jTour
party whips all you please, but the
Alliance has learned to vote for the in
terest of its membership, you and the
Omaha .Bee to the jcontrary notwith
. We are for the Alliance, independent
political action, here, elsewhere, now
and evermore. C. L. Harpster.
When Mr. Rose water insisted that
Mr. Richards declare himself on the
amendment question, Mr. Richards
cboly retorted: "We have your own
acknowledgment that you wrote the
platform of the party. In that plat
form you did not express or define the
nartv's position on this question. If it
was right for my party to keep silent,
why should I as their humble represen
tative presume to speak? Have you
not lieftrd that fools rush . in where
aneels fear to tread?" And Mr. Rose
water Dicked ut the old saw and did a
little work on his own hook. World
APPOINTMENTS OF HON. W.
McKEIGHAN AND MR.
Hebron, Thayer Co,, 2 p. m.,
Belvedere, " 8 p.m.,
Clay Center, 8 p. m.,
Harvard, 8 p. m.,
Kenesaw, 8 p. m.,
Minden, 8 p. m.,
Edgar, Clay Co.,
By order of Committee.
FRANCIS PHILLIPS, Ch'n.
H. B, McGAW, Secretary.,
Second Congressional District.
Appointments for Mr. Powers.
John H. Powers, tbe People's inde
pendent candidate for governor, will
speak at the following places on dates
Hebron, Sept. 20th
Hastings, " 23d.
Other appointments will be made next
APPOINTMENTS OF MR. KEM AND
Mr. Kem will visit the following places :
Sept. 30, Ord.
" 22, Brewster.
" 23, Taylor.
" 24, Willow Springs.
" 25, Bartlett.
" 26, Chambers.
" 27, O'Neill.
W. H. Dech will go to Shelton Sept.
Sept. 22, Loup City.
VENIER VOLDO'S APPOINTMENTS.
Cedar Rapids. Boone
Greeley Centre, Greeley
North Loup, Valley
St. Paul, Howard
HO! YE WHO TOIL! COME LET US
Political meetings in the interests of
the people's independent party will be
held in Hall county at the following
times and places :
Jackson District No. 3o, iriday even
ing, oept. 52bth. ;
Wood River, Saturday evening, Sept.
Cameron (G. A. R. Hall), Friday even
ing, uct. 3rd.
Martin (Dist. No. 49), Thursday even
ing, uct. ytn.
South Platte (Dist No. 75), Friday,
Doniphan, Saturday evening, Oct. 11th.
Washington (District No. 1), Wednes
day evening, Oct: 15th.
ano, rriuay evening, xna.
Abbott, Saturday evening, Oct. 18th.
Alda, Saturday evening, Oct. 22d.
Wood River, Saturday evening, Oct.
Riverside, (District No. 19) Friday
evening, Oct. 31st.
Ihe candidates on the people's inde
pendent county ticket, and other good
speakers will be present at each meet
ing. All voters, irrespective of past
party affiliations, are cordially invited
to come out and hear the truth from a
non-partisan and independent stand
point. By order of the Central Committee of
the People's Independent Party.
M. S. Drennen, Chairman.
MEETING OF ADAMS COUNTY
An interesting and largely attended
meeting of Adams countv Alliance was
held a Hastings, on Saturday, Septem
ber 13. The following resolutions were
Whereas, lhe republican organs
and the republican speakers in the state
of Nebraska have urged the impover
ished condition of thefarmers and
laboring men as a reason why they
should be elected, and whereas these
same uaners and speakers have De
claimed that the farmer with a mort
gage upon his farm is a pauper, and
therefore unsafe to trust with state and
national offices; therefore be it
Resolved, That we, the farmers' Al
iance of Adams county, resent all such
mputations as malicious, false and un
Resolved, That by these utterances and
continued attacks upon, the people's
candidate, the republicans and their
speakers have declaimed themselves the
enemies of the people's movement and
have denied the right of the people to
Resolved, lhat the attacks made upon
Hon. J. Powers and Hon. W. A. Mc-
Keighan because these gentlemen are
not in affluent crcumstances is a slur
upon every farmer and laboring man in
Nebraska, and is an evidence of the
desire to forever hold labor subservient
to monopolistic capital.
PEOPLE'S RALLY AT STROMSBURG
A good meeting was held at Stroms-
burg, Saturday 13th. Addresses were
delivered by President Powers, R.
Wheeler, and. H. M. Marquis and others.
The meeting was a large one and much
good was done. Polk county will main
tain its reputation for a good majority
for the people.
I here was also a grand meeting at
Springfield, Sarpy county, on the 15th.
Hon. Allen Root, C. N. May berry, Wm.
Saunders, Rev. Kirkwood, of Harlan
Co., addressed the meeting. As usual
at all these meetings there was great
enthusiasm and good feeling. Little
Sarpy is waking up to the work, and
will give a good vote in November.
A GRAND RALLY AT BEATRICE.
A grand meeting of the independents
was neld at Beatrice Monday the 15th.
Five thousand people were present.
Addresses were delivered . by President
Powers, Hon. MT L. Wheat and Hon. J.
V. Wolfe. Hon. G. F. Collins spoke in
the forenoon. The-meeting was held at
Chautauqua park, there being no hall
in the city large enough to hold the
tt . ail
audience, liage county will give a
good majority for the people's ticket.
A procession of twenty-rive teams,
headed by the Lanham brass band,
came to this meeting from Odell, twen-
ty-nve miles distant. An evening
meeting was held in a tent Monday
evening, at which fifteen hundred voters
PRESIDENT POWFRS AT OMAHA.
Saturday evening Sept. I3th, there
was a grand meeting of the- independ
ents in the exposition building, Omaha,
at which addresses were delivered by
rres. rowers and Hon. u. JN . Mayberry,
independent candidate for secretary of
state. Great enthusiasm prevailed, and
the addresses were pronounced excel
lent. The independent ticket will re
ceive a large -vote in Omaha and Doug
las county. -
A BOHEMIAN ORATOR.
The state committee have secured the
services of F. J. Jones, of Polk countv.
a Bohemian speaker, who will take the
stump about the 27th and continue
through the campaign. , Those wishing
auaresses in Bohemian should com
municate with the committee.
A GOOD MEETING IN LINCOLN
Galin, Sept. 8, 1890.
Mr Editor: At a picnic held at this
place on September 6, under the aus
pices of Garlin Alliance No. 853, the fol
lowing speakers addressed the audience:
M. J.K. Stevens of this county, candi
date for state senator, and Mr. Charles
Purnell of Perkins county, candidate for
representative, and Messrs. Gantt and
Snelling of North Platte. Mr. Purnell
being the first called upon, made a very
intelligent discourse upon the grievances
of the farmers and the remedies to be ap
plied for their relief .
The next speaker to address the as
semblage was Mr. J. K. Stevens who
handled his subject in a masterly man
ner, leaving all present under the im
pression that he was a close student and
well informed gentleman.
The next gentleman to approach the
..Tu dorp. Snelling. who came
amonar us as a Knight of Labor. The
judge's remarks were well received, and
elicited great applause.
Following the judge came T. Fulton
Gantt, a prominent Knight of Labor who
held the audience deeply interested for
over an hour upon the labor question in
general. Mr. Gantt has made the labor
problem a life-long study, and conse
quently handled the subject intelligently
ana wiin gooa enect.
The picnic was a grand success, there
being in the neighborhood of 600 people
present. 1 . L. O.
MEETING OF OTOE COUNTY
The next meeting of the Otoe county
Alliance will be held at Unadilla, Neb.,
on the third Wednesday of September.
It is desired that each Subordinate Al
liance in the county 'will send a full del
egation as business of importance will
come before the meeting.
J. M. Hull,
Sec'y County Alliance.
The Willow Creek Farmers' Alliance
will hold a picnic in "W. W. Hall's grove
near the Willow Creek school house, on
September 20, 1890. B. F. Hines, P. B.
Olson, J. N. Gaffin and Wm. Sanders
will be the speakers. A good time is
expected. All are invited.
J. D. Raitt,
J. J. Lewis,
A CROWDED HOUSE AT NORFOLK.
Hon. W. H. Dech and Hon. O. M.
Kem spoke to a crowded house at
Norfolk Tuesday evening Sep. 9. It is
a notable act that all the meetings of
the indepeneents are fully attended.
Never before in Nebraska were meet
ings common at which there were gath
ered from 1,500 to 2,000 of the yeomen
of the state. The people are interested
as never before, and interest and ex
amination in this case means convictioa
and support of the people's ticket.
INDEPENDENT RALLY AT WAHOO .
True to its reputation as the banner
county for meetings, the independent
rally at Wahoo, in Kudda s grove, was
probably the largest meeting ever held
in old Saunders county. All the farms
of the county were deserted, while their
mortgagors, gathered to hear eloquent
addresses from Allen Root, J. V. Wolfe
and R. H. Trevellick and several of
their excellent local orators. Some of
the Saunders county men claim three
votes out of every four for the peoples'
ticket. The good majority is certain
it is only a question of the size of it.
GRAND RALLY AT ORLEANS.
Morris L Wheat, one of the best
speakers of the independent party now
in the state, will deliver an address to
the people in Orleans, Neb., Friday,
Sept. 26, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. m,
lhe several subordinate Alliances
and all Labor organizations are request
ed to be present and bring their flags
and banners, and assist in making this
the grandest rally Harlan county has
ever known. By order of
NDEPENDENT RALLY AT HAST
INGS. Great preparations are making for
an independent rally at Hastings on
Tuesday, September 23. The Alliances
of Adams county will have an imposing
street parade. President Powers, Hon.
W. A. McKeighan and Hon. J. M. Ed
gerton ' will be the speakers, with as
sistance trom local orators. A good
time is anticipated, and everybody is
EDGERTON AT RED CLOUD.
On Saturday the 13th Hon. J. W.
Edgerton addressed a monster meeting
of citizens ot Webster county at Red
Cloud. The utmost good feeling and
enthusiasm prevailed. Mr. Edgerton's
address is reported as being one of his
best and ablest efforts. Mr. Edgerton
is making votes wherever he goes, not
only for himself but for the whole peo
K. OF L.
Morris B. Wheat, ffenp.ral wnrthv
forpman of thfi Knicrhts' nf T.ahnr nf
America, will deliver an address at the
court house, tseaver city, on Saturday,
September 27th, at 1 o'clock. Mr.
Whp.at, is -the errant lahrvr nrntnr nf
America, and everybody is invited to
turn out and near a rousing speech upon
the labor questions of the day. By
order or Committee.
Hon. C. A. Mayberry will speak at'
Weston, in Saunders county, on Satur
day, September 27.. All who wish to
hear a grand address will attend this
meeting. As a forcible and sound
reasoner, and a fine orator, Mr. May
berry is unsurpassed.
W. F. Wrights Appointments.
Randolph, Cedar County Sep. 22.
Meadow arove Madison " "23.
Oakdale, Antelope " "24.
Deloit, Holt " "25.
Page, , " " " 26.
O'JSieil, " " " 27.
Regular quarterly meeting of Saun
ders county Alliance will convene at
court house Ihursday, September 25th,
iu a. in. us nave a iuii attendance.
S. H. Moss, President.
W. O. Rand, Sec'y.
Picnic at Cedar Bluffs.
.T W. "Rdjrertnn will addrpsa the An.
pie of Saunders county at Cedar Bluffs,
Ci A 1 C3 nnr 1 1 .
un oatuiuav, ocuicuiuci at. js. ua.SK.t3L
picnic will be held and a large meeting
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If you send and get the New Alliance Songster.
It is a little beauty containingSO pages of
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Most of them are set to old and familiar
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A responsible agent in every precinct, alive
Alliance men preferred, to handle "Our Re
publican Monarchy" by Venier Voldo, dur
ing the campaign. The fastest selling book
of the day, treating all public issues in plain
language. 40 per cent commission to agents.
Address at once A. E. Sanderson, publishers,
box 706 St. Louis Mo.
Imported and bred by L. F. ROSS, Iowa
City, la. The oldest herd In Iowa. The
beat herds In England represented.
Come and see stock er send for circu
lar. Farm one mil SooUmmC or oltr
f I ill n ir.
n m til
a a Ml H I l -
, . ii i . . m
W. D. NICHOLS
GENERAL DEALER IN
Have ons Fine Bargains In Improved
Lots For Sale in Every Addition in tke City.
OFFICE, 605 COURT ST. TKLB. 88. itt
GEO. A. BELL.
C. W. MCCOY.
T. & SnELLT.
S. F. McCOT.
(Successors to Bell ft Co.)
Live Stock Commission
Boom 39 Exchange Building. Cask Advaanssl
references ask tour bank..
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha
CHA'S HEIDMRT, Proprietor.
618 BAST COURT STTtKET, N. S. OT
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENT,
HEAD-STONES, TABLETS, VAULTR.
8ARCOrH AGI, & CEMETERY
WORK OF ALL KINDS. 30tf
Branch Yards, Brownvllleand Rock Port,M.
Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Arti
cles and Druggists' Sundries. All kinds of
Paints, Oils and Colors.
PURE DRUGS. LOW
237 SOUTH llth STREET, LINCOLN, NE3.
Two doors north of The Farmers' Alliance.
Refurnished & Refitted.
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
Popular Rates. $1.50 and
$2. 00 per day. NO BAR.
ARTISTIC J PORTRAITS.
'A J. THORP & Co.,
Rubber Stamps, Seals,
Stencils, Badges and
" .vi-ry inscription. KstabMsbed 1S80.
nth i LINCOLN, NEU
PAY RETAIL, PRICES
WIDEN YOU CAN
BUY AT WHOLESALE
EAT, WEAR OR USE.
TJS HAVE INTO AGENTS.
Write tor fail Catalogue 8entraxg.
H. R. EAGLE & CO.,
Pamirs' Wholesale Supply Houst,
68 WABASH AVE., CHICACO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Oa farms In eastern Nebraska and improved
property in Lincoln for a term of years.
Lowest Current Rates.
R. E. & T. W. MOORE,
Corner llth & O Streets. Ltncolm.
H. C. STOLL,
The Most Irapnm
ed Ureedsof Poland
..V.China, Chaste i
Vrt. White, Small Yorfc.
enire an1 km
Hogs. Satisfaction guaranteed in ail .
P. O. Address, BEATRICE, NEB.
J. M. ROBINSON,
Kjknksaw, Adams County, Njcfk.
Breeder and Shipper ef Reoerded .Poland
China Hoffi. Choice Breeding Stock for
sale. Write for want. LMention The Alliance.
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gwr vtai tank U fall ; into par va
watw toworo m uillJt. gBap, limpl.
IdnrahU and noutiT ftnl tar rfrin.
tmttmlar idiras, p, (j. TALLERDAY,
Poplar Grove, Hi
"W O RKS.
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