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About The farmers' alliance and Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1892 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1892)
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FVllikton, Nt'K, Juwc 1". iwd
Tb imlnnU'9t rnmty inv-tiViu
ha iui hilj.KtrncJ Tli t'lKirt rm
full tli'Wtftt., lw!a!oil Mill
nthu.fcin. Thi wun? hwl
into Huo tth an infrrawtl lnJiaJont
lVWgstf to !hi tat convention
rre In.trm t. a for Var. Wyk fur pot
vrnor miiiimil utmu". till .
Vours truly. W. P. HaTTE.
G your oM jwrtv lu-ijrhlr
tO tlk tilt? A Lt.l AXCE-I N UKl'KS !
fcST unW our 2.1 irut utfrr.
Hun. V. II. ivjh. Hon. AU.o IVt.
and H'w. T. C. Klwy a!Jrvil
iiu!itr imlfi'mloiit rally at Valley
lKut.'lM county. Nil unlay twainir.
Mr limit spoke flrt asd .was followed
by Mr. Kt-lst-y. Ro h sp ukers ta!kl
briefly on the nt-ewkity f.r organic
titm ami the corruption of the old (Ar
ties. Mr. D.ch made the principal
apvech, dtacuMtniT the Ikucs in a mas
Vrlv minnt-r, ami holding his audience
pei Iwwnd for n-ary two ho-irs.
Hound after roucd of uiiplaue greeted
him. The Valley independent club
is in line for the cumin hghU
Cedar Oonnty Independent.
The independents of Cwlar county
met in convention at Harting-on S itur
dav and selected deleirate to tli var
ious cjnvf-ntious. J. E. Btts, Harry
Thomas. Willam Rowel1, James Dun-
larev, James Jones, Charles Clar and
P. Frimple were ehoson del-gates to
the state convention to be held at Lin
coln. Charles Plumleigh, W. F. Bry
ant. Lew Dennis, J. C. Oliver, William
Sullivan, H. T. Ankeny and J. Ze bring
were chosen delegates to tee Kearney
convention. Charles Plumleieh. R.
Lukens. K. M. Holcomb and M. Cullen
were chosen delegates to the congres
sional convention at Norfolk.
How the Bepublicans Katified in Boone
Albion, June 20. Announcement
was made in the paper and hand bills
printed and s attered on Friday and
Saturday to the effect that a meeting
'would be beid Saturday night to ratify
the Minneapolis nominations, alto that
Hon. G. D. Meikleiohn would address
the audience. Hon. Loran Clark, dele
ga'e to the national cDnvention wa
present, and Hon. John Peters came all
the wav from Omaha to ratify with the
faithful. At the opening of the meet
ing 18 were present, including a few in
dependents, and at no time was there
more than thirty five in the house by
actual count. Hon. Meiklejohn failed
to show up, and enthus'asm was at a de
cidedly low ebb. 'I his shows the siate
of affairs in the once proud banner re
publican county of Nebraska.
About the Omaha Convention,
JRVINGTON, Neb., June 19,
S. Edwin Thornton,
Dear Sir and Brother: I wish
would have the impression that
Elmer Thomas' article in the late issue
of the AHianc Independent might make
cor-ected, viz: in regard to tickets.
There are to be but 1,500 given to local
subscribers to the fund. The remain
der will be in the hands of the natimal
committee. This will be no packed con
vention. Will vou please ftate further that
the reception committee will endeav r,
by canvassing themselves, to be able to
furnish all information to those
seeking accommodations, whereby they
may obtain such accommodations as
will mit them beat, from hotel to
private houses with cr without lodg
ings, and if some desire to rent a tent
with room for from four to six persons,
we will, I am convinced, be able at a
very small figure to do so. We will
endeavor to induce the owners of the
tents occupied by the military compan
ies at the et campment now being held
there, to have theirs remain as at pres
ent, and open to all who desire such ac
commodations. On Sunday, July 3, we expect rel'g
ious exercises will be held at Hancom
park and other points.
Frank B. Hibbard.
AN EXCITINGLY INTERESTING
A MEMBER OF THE THIRD HOUSE, by
Hamlin Garland, is a powerfully dra
matic protrayal of lobbying and law
making as it is carried on in all our
capitals, both state and national. Mr.
Garland lifts the curtain in Washing
ton and shows how our national legis
lators are "influenced," corrupted,
bribed, and even blackmailed, if thev
have once yielded to do wrong how
they thus are made the 'tools of big
corporations aal monied interests, to
vote immensely valuable franchises
and legal advantages to banded villians
enabling them with monopoly power to
rob the people, to charge unjust prices,
and build up thereby enormous and in
creasingly dangerous fortunes.
The "Third House" as it has come to
be called, is more dangerous than an
invading hostile army. It works se
cretly, and under cover of law stabs
constantly at tbe people's liberties, and
equal rights and opportunities. Tue
railroad corjtorations of the country
are represented in the "Third House"
at Washington; at Albany, also, and all
the other state legislatures, they have
powerful lobbies. The national whis
key trust is cared for by a lobby. But
the money power, pure and simple, for
thirty years past has, through the
"Thiid House," made the laws which
have reduced borrowers to beggary
and enthroned a mony lending class
and given it constantly increasing
The "third house" has EnglUh rep
representative in its banking lobby,
Ernest Seyd having besn sent over in
1872 with $500,000 to represent f. -reign
bondholders, and succeeded with this,
and perhaps additional fundi1, . in slid
ing through congress thut most crafty,
diabolical act which demonetized sil
ver, and added about 50 per cent to the
purchasing power of the dollar. This
saddled ur3n tUe debtor ' class by the
vtes of the national legislators an ad
ditional burden, equalling not less than
seven thousand millions of dollars,
which went into the shylock's clutches.
The falling away of Bland's trusted
supporters during the present session
of congress, indicates also tbe power to
"influence" which the gold ring pos
sesses. Mr. Girlaod in his book tells only of
the work of the lobby in its effot t to
put through the bill giving to a private
company a very valuable public fran
chise. Thtistor?is excitingly inter
cst'.rg, and w commend it to the read
ing public most hearti y. It is a book
which will arouse the people. For
sale by as. See price li-t.
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
If the livra.a'rat-y of Colorado will
kc-p 1U bo.lt ol, th m
ill t!i rMiUU'it U.kI i-r on"
'hefacpof th rir b. AU the deux
eraU, mi far heard from. y tU'y ill
not vU a ik-iw c.-etle tu-k't II t t
DoiiiltiaU'dthut they do twit profo
U help !h r tin !! l,-n rnrr tht iU.
Mrp 1 1 oo iilv, dcJtvft, and h
ik-tc we can do Vu up. C.tulnj 1 rUi,
E-;vernr Gv T. Aathuny, the
piTut t imt'.ltan n iniitu' fur c m
grvt at !ai co in Kan. '. out rt
h! way ltt fall to tifintit Mr,
Mary K Leaw a a jHMtl'.ut. h
tbi infammia ouundrrliMu the (h1
pn.ple In Ivan ho would ntH't
virtxf and woman' fair name iumld
uni'j to defeat thi litvUcr an 1 moiu!
awia. New Forum, St. Luuia.
It fairly wake he IllinoU republi
cans truth at the muitii to ee l.ol
Jete Harjvr, Lincoln law pir.ner
and the man who nominated him for
the prt-ideiicy. ttuiupiog the country
people' party. Lexington
The government could operate the
railixaus at a tav'ng of four hundred
and fifty mi .ion f iloliars annually.
Tui wouH be a very handroine mm to
ave tie people. Southern Alliance
Henry Clay saTd, "I would rather be
right man be pivs'dent" James G.
Blaine can say, "I pi-efer to be a dead
politician than to serve secretary of
state under Harrison." Blair Republi
can. Editor Uosewater of the Bee is Ne
braska's member of the repu'o'ioan na
tional committee. Further, he is Har
rison's head man in this state, and it is
remarked with good cause, tbaths will
be called to the cabinet as Postmaster
General in cae- of Harrison's re-election.
The "straight' republicans of
this ftate who remember Rose water's
political record have a large amount of
erow on hand to masticate. Schuyler
The silver plank of the republic in
platform may ba aptly described as
something "fearfully and wonderfully
made " Barnum's famous what-is-it in
compirison with this silver plank,
wasn't " in it." It is about the sublim
est piece of hop, skip and straddle
platform rhetoric that was ever con
jured up by a gang of Janus-faced ris
cals pretending to serve G:d, knowing
all the time that they were serving
mammon. Chicago Sentinel.
V'e want 'jOjOOO subscribers
tinder onr campaign offer.
See our advertisement of "Song r.f
the people" in another column, They
are the first and best of he kind pub
GO TO OMAHA-
Many independents who would like
to attend the Ith of July convention
are hesitating for fear they cannot find
accommodations, cannot get in'o the
convention, e'c. We are inclined to
think that Omaha will manage to ac
commodate all who a'tend the conven
tion, go that no one should stay away
on ihat account.
Of course many will be unable to get
into the convention, but all can take
part in the outdoor meetings aod swell
the grand parade which it Is proposed
to have on the 4th. Our advice would
b?, if you want to go, don't let your
doubts or fears stand in the way. It is
going to be the grandest convention
in the history of the nation, and to
have attended it will be something to
look back on with pride and pleasure.
The Omaha Bee is unnecessarially
exercising itself over an attempt to
bring about a great celebration at
Omaha on the Fourth of July. Rose
water had better stay in the shade and
keep cool. The independents have
made all necessary arrangements, and
the celebration of the people's party
presidential nomination will be the
greatest event that Omaha has ever
witnessed. Yes, Omaha will celebrate.
We will all be there July 4th, Mr.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Disease
Are very common in this climate. The
general ail around doctor, is not pre
pared to treat these cases. If he is in
terested in bis patients, as he should be,
be would advise them to consult a
specialist in this line of work. Among
those who treat all . forms of catarrhal
diseases of the eyes, e rs, nose and
tbroat. none are more successful than
Drs. Moore and Dennis, Catarrh Spe
cialists of Lincoln Nob. Oraduates of
the best medical colleges in America
they are thoroughly prepared to treat all
caseg of polypus of the nose, obstructed
breathing, deafness, sore eyes, chronic
old of the hend, hay fever, asthma and
bronchial and lung troubles, all results
of nasal catarrh. Come and see us. A
consultation will cost you nothing.
Several hundred people have been suc
cessfully treated in Lincoln during ihe
past year. ' All classes, trades and pro
fession", ladies and children are repre
sented by those whr bftYO been, or are
being cured by our treatment.
Dits. Moose & Dennis
Office Cor. O & 10th Sts.
The Lincoln Riad Grader has
qual for cheapness and durability.
Call on or address H. J. Walsh,
Cor 11th & O St., Lincoln, Neb
A good live agent in every
put up the Wilson Windmill
E. B Wilson.
Central City, Neb.
Ao ffectutl remedy for the cur of
Pa'n in the Ptninacb, Collo, Clie era Morbut,
Traoip Collu, Villous Colli. Painters Col
lo, Hun-mar Complaint, Urentrj-,
Olartbieo, Bi.tody Piux, Chronic
XJ.nrrhii'i, Cholera Infantum,
Cholera and Howel Com
plaint in a I form.
For Sale by all Druggists.
The fell Cheap Slow.
It part to trvlt with ut. N t the
fo'.ljwlrg tpecial barf t'ci we are offer
loffor thi wtk:
34 trimmed hat, worth 13.21, tor
only II 23.
M trlmtujd hats,
worth t3..V, for only
84 triirtued hata, worth M. for .aly
UO dozen faat black hoM Vc, worth
59 d"?.en fast black hose worth 50c. at
(W czen fast black hose worth SOr,
GenU' silk L'slo hose worth Cjc, only
Extra heary one-half hose 4 pairs for
69 dozen fancy towels worth 30, 0,
50 and 60c. Your choice of the entire
lot for only 25c.
85 boys' suits ac II, cheap at II 05.
SO boys' suits at 11.50, worth 12.75.
80 boys' suits at $3 50, worth 14.25.
25 dozen men's pants only 11, worth
e can save you 25 to 30 per cent on
anything we sell. We alio no one to
undersell us. Mail orders promptly
Cheapest Store in the State
Tbe Lincoln Road Grader wai one of
the leading fixtures of the panda on
Thursday. For information address
LINCOLN KOAD UBADER,
eo Lincoln, Neb.
J. W. Hartley State Act. offers Jute.
Hemp. Sis', Standard and Manilla
twine. Give no order? till you get our
Strayed or Stolen.
On April 4th. 1892. from 1024 O street
Lincoln, Neb , 1 dark bay mare, 4 years
old. i hazlish snire. large bona, square
built, long hair on legs, weight about
One red roan mare. 4 years old, from
same shire horse and out of a pony mare,
eight, snout lbs.
AU had baiters on when they left.
Liberal reward will be paid foi their
return, or for information as to where
they can be found. Address.
S H. Moss, Owner,
Care of Lincoln, Neb.
S L. Wright, 1013 St.
A. J, RIGBY & CO.,
Loans, Law and Collections.
L. HACK. Att'jft Mg'r.
1025 0 Street, Lincoln, Neb.
MONEY AT 7 PER CT.
Room 35 Michard's Bl'k, Lincoln, Neb.
No red tape. ltf
Real Estate, Insurance and Collection!,
CCXMNGHAM & MARY Attorneys.
DR J. R. HAGGARD,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Rooms 24 25 Burr Bl'k. Reiidence 1310 O lit.
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER.
Write forpr.ces, samples, blank
ore ers, etc
G. A. SING LEY. Manufacturers Agent.
S Fied Farm
fresh and true
140 S. Ilth St., LINCOLN, NEB.
You fail to
Largest and best
the City. Prices Lowest, Quality
the best Note the Address.
A. M. DAVIS & SON..
Great Reduction of
The lareest linen stock In the west.
Get our prices on napkins and table da
mask, they are tne lowest every time
We don't alrow any house to undersell
us no natter what the cost. We buy di
rect from the makes and are in position
to back up our statements.
Ladies Jersey Ribbed
In this department we are overloaded
on accouu; of bad weather. We will
tomorrow commence a great clearing
sale in thli department.
Ladies' l&R vests, reduced to 8o
Ladies' 20c vests, reduced to 10c
Ladies' 25c vests, reduced to ISo
Ladies' 40c vests, reduced to 18c
Ladles' 00c verts, reduced to 25o
Special sale of Lidles'
Special Sale of Ladies'
and Children's Hosiery
1 lot of children's fast black cotton
hose, derby ribbed, only 15c pair worth
Children's fine imported hoso, only 25c
pair, worth 40c.
Ladies' fast black cotton hose
Richelieu ribbed, only 124c pair worth
HA i DEN BROS
Special Attention to Mail Orders.
Hayden Bros., Dealer
We Manufacture the ALLIANCE
SWEAT PAD made of heavy BROWN
DRILL with 3 SUCCESS HOOKS.
None are Genuine without our name stamped on inside of Pad
Ask YOUR DEALER for it and taVe no other.
LINCOLN SADDLERY CO., Uncoln, Neb.
0 St., Lincoln, Neb.
THE OUT iUJUCE STORE
IN THE WEST.
Prices for this Week.
Muslins and Sheetings
Muslins are down See our bleached
muslin at Sic aad 5c yard.
At OJc we offer a special bargain equal
tr not better tnan Lonsdale or
Lansdon G. B . 12 yards for 11.00.
Fine 80 inch wide cambric, 12 yards
Pillow case muslin a d sheetines in all
the different widths and grades at prices
tower tnan they nave Dten.
Red, white and blue bunting for decora
ting, 5c yard.
All sizes in flags, from 5c a dozen up.
Wash Dress Goods.
New striped bedford cords, 12 c.
Plain bedford cord in plain colors,
beautiful shade of cream, etc., 15c
Fancy printed bedford cords, 25c
Satin striped sateen, 85c yard.
Plain ecru crinkled seersucker, 10c
Fancy prft'ed crinkled seersucker
Side band armadale zephyrs, 40 .dches
wide, in plain colors, 15c yard.
Shantong pongee, in remnants from
2 to 12 yards, only lOo yard, in dart
Special sale on Scotch zeptyr ging
bom, 82 incnes wide. We have too many
of them and have reduced the price to
12cyard Tbe best bargain offered
this season on line ffincrbam 121c
andlname this Paper
in Evrything, oSTa.
Solid Oak Three Piece
Chamber Suit to Match
his Cheval Dresser.
211 SOUTH 11TH STREET.
Lincoln,.- - -
Steel Harvesters and llowers.
When D. M. Osborne built the first
marked a new departure that left all our
all complimented us by imitation.
Tbe New Osborne placed upon the
advance that places us at the head and
tains to cutting and binding grain.
Lightest Strongest and
BECAUSE Its frame is all made of angle steel and put together with steer
bolts. No round or square iron pipe about it.
BECAUSE it has tbe steepest deck, thus insuring a quick delivery to tbj
packers, and avoiding all trouble from packing and choking.
BECAUSE it has tbe widest drive wheel, beior over 10 inches on the faca.-
thus avoiding all danger of sliding in dry
BECAUSE you don't have to elevate
BECAUSE all its parts are steel and
the strength at half the weight of cast
BECAUSE its chain
drive, front cut
direct. No lost motion
BECAUSE, it is the easiest adjusted,
on earth. Don't buy a machine until
r,e can handle it. Its use on a farm
No. 4 MOWER.
The Number Four Mowers: 41. 8 and 6 feet cut stands at the head of the list.
Ask any one of its hundred thousand users and the same reply will be made. "It
is good enough for m "
AN ALL STEEL RAKE can only be bought of an Osborne agent. Farmers,
the best is none too good for you. ,
WE ARE NOW fighting-the Harrow trust on your behalf.
BINDING TWINE. We offer you til the best grades of Binding' Twin at
fair prices, and are not in any way interested in the great Twine Monopoly that
is trying to squeeze the last cent from tbe already overburdened farmer.
For terms, prices, etc., address v
CEO. YULE, Lincoln, Nert..
T. J. ROSS, Omiha,. Neb.
D.M. OSBORNE CO.,Chicaolllinoi
To WEST PRICES.
all steel Harvester and Binder in 1885 11
competitors far In the rear. They have
market this year is slso a ions stride la
proclaims us tbe leaders in all that
Simplest Machine Ilado.
or sinking in wet weather.
the grain so high.
malleable iron, thus insuring four timea
and straight pitman apply their power
easiest handled, and best built machina-
you have seen the New Osborne, Two-
is proof of an intelligent farmer.
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