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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1892)
THE ALL I
PROCITY got it in the neck.
11 men did not feel under any
U9 to him after the first ballot.
Street will Ixj entirely satis
eitlier the in an of fat or the
t, but the wet would like a
s. '''"'i-o n,.,j !...!. . ,r . r S'1W "t, f.d to-daT tin . I
" UMCI III ! I
K friend, M. F. Knox, former
kei Bow, but now of Washing-
Gei elected a delegate to the
forget who is the republican
r wee-president just ask any
i tLe whole country. They
fron away back, and they
:nbei him in November.
leans are now manifest
V ve ior the democrat in the
ress'.onal district and ex
hoir hope tbat some good,
" nhy .lemocrat will be placed
- Id itist.'ad of such a calamity-
'c-C ei in. The republicans
r a auction for a democrat
A WORD OF WARNING.
We feel fully justHied in giviug the
members of the people's party a word
of warning as to certain developments
s utterly impossibteJ whMl wiU show UP in the ncai" lT''
rfahe i)lans ot tne om party icuuc is
andrailroad ea!vi--: or1, -Wr-rters
from thindepend.jiit j.-arly do not run
amuck, x. ;
Certain renrtblican leaders imve
giving it nnt-they. thatin,
course of time the independent party. !'
this state, would e spin wide ,x
McKeigan, who swept
er 14.000 majority two
ooo. un no: he is a
eatiT.wer has won
ctLO!i;n unieago. It com-
UM'd and controlled the
keeper .Tiu'at t,f
climb8'011 of money refo:m
lamp.'om that convention,
night'ffourths of the demo-
iwin ,n fa voi- the free
,oSi' though two-thirds of
Tl congress favor the
. . was not from the be-
i nd of that convention a
r sMver: not a word in
' the great crime of 1ST.'?:
to the Bland bill
i in condemnation
lational banking sys-
ontrary, the greatest
gold standard in the
.ted lor president on
t. The gold standard is
'iorsed. The interna
' onference is favorably
a lat t they ilank is ex
c::cej)t in words, as that
f republicans at Minne-
iM;i3te. abject, cowardly
fn) surrender of a great
.noney power has never
ii nur liistory. Will the
i ".- of the nation accept
: .v .ify it at the cDming
v lo, they will dishonor
.. .Jefferson and Jackson,
;)'h1 make themselves the
f fit her scorn or pity.
ad Democrat, f tl.
- " cities and
the proverbial ''red rag to
has a similar effect in the
which the cry of ''paying o
debt" used to have through
One of the leading charges
the democrats against republfiteS fOY pi00'j
twenty years past is that of p "iri 8106111 Tried
alive sectional hatred. ThorewCOrd Of the Pa?T
doubt that the bourb:n hj.g
of tho south are as u Q Silver
as the republican leaders of the notygtf qjj
And now that they face the prospect t
a divided south, they are making a last
frantic effort to keep alive this sec
tional hatred by the cry of ''force bill.''
How far they will succeod remains to
be seen. We believe the people of the
south are too intelligent to be duped in
to the service of Wall street by such a
scheme We believe they will stand
true to their brother toilers of the
north in the first genuine effort to bury
sectionalism that has been mad fince
(,,"g coillerl In !. tt .. .
If.,....: . w 'VinWil stuf
i j.sim ,r .,,....
his nhiff ; h'g"e(J tJ,is Wi
- ... muvmnvd the
Thus hn un,...j i . . I
i " w om;oii'M in - J -. - - m
In inn ., , ",,J uoinocrats for tn.,? ... , 1 uuia
" ""uiiut turn i'm ti. .. . -J"S M) UO.
m tvvenfv-,.; . Ul 1,1 thti llitical wl,i ,.r
stum,, , M Mainly fo, t.i. ' lme eame' The dome
lower C r !'' TluT were victorln, . . " dofir the fJ
j dm tL,. .... ... - " V1wnir atwinf .. t
kautu,1,,s e pasteie-ht
Mnin Traveled"lvJlP.rties Wmli
ine intluence of th3 modern lobbyest is clearly portMar f,
crigiial manner. A book of absorbing interest. LTk. l'anifs oa which the two old
In Oiliee, Bogy. The latest sensation Paign:
Dr. nuguet, uonncny "u-ison was
fmanra fVtlmrm " J'S!
Whither arc We Drifting, Willey m tradi- j "'u!1, ut Chicago
The Farmers' Side. Senator l'ttler of Kansas has in a very carefuism and
iKiion r,f iho nrArnt. nipfhnila in S Uso
this nc ,v book, and outlined plans for relief . 'Q
Looking Backward, Bellamy 50 u
Knimct Bonlore, Reed. A new book of engrossing interest by a
popular author 0
j vcm from Sea to Sea, Tost. A book that should be reaW)y :i!l
i " "eu Flee iu, ,,.. ... mCM) rei)fi...noS
. . ii. inn . , - ivnm -m
n .. . !-.- fl II 111 Ii in ! - . -wU1jmL LIIS K (inJ Lill
ttii th -itti rvnvl rnrn nu uiu WJ
oxiI '"rr C,.d ha- been u " . h T 7'" bIaSted' DHn7
psos of cT money power scored a sian J V , f,'8h to ne
ost in ti. .-. , . . sijnal trmmn i tu .
... miimsor h ..,,...i.. . . ' -me
.. a-nli ... . 1" "J'e
.... "u .'u ic ivft- (.,k, i. . """u inat
i wnilin iiananu. won i n.r-", n tia,i attended li, . . inventions, a
A Member of the Third UTTuse, by Hamlin iianami. a silver question "n,luons. would hardlv
Sil ver plank on which Clevelar
. WK tin l n
PJtn cow i.n,i ' "- iu tne,
l'Oliev of t.h
f denoiinco o, . ... , ..
atlon known as The
. ... A 1
"iu ana rtiK'
a motui "wiar unit
id unoh-n be o
e the JisU
r oll eiT8' a
dolltr t oti .
' in th 1
u coin .
C mtri'Asnin.n S.vanson. bv C C Post. This new (book is destine;
tohccfu more popular than "From .Stft--ft'nHWt-
7riHV, ... . f 1 ri.i - nation ui? Gi rer
hati.. place in every reform lihTary in the nation. Price J ';iJi! Yr: ' "JJ"'bun w"1
i- 1.1.... A , ..IJ i . .. 4;i.i.. o-iuui r.nn
111' nana ivinv. viijim.iuiiv. tveu liiiu ti jfuu iij m.tii vvnu
tal.sv.I politics and what came of it. 50
That plans were being laid h -b
wouUl array one faction against .of .el
and disrupt the organization to; ac an
extent as to remove all possir li' of
the state going independent t) l. i !1.
"Fore warned is fore arm i. Tie
independents, by being on ,i wa'ch
for this move, will not be su ,r: d aor
taken in by it. We are sor. t sii.sj.ee t
that men who have Ik-cii t. is! t Dy t .e
jieojile's jarty are negoti- iiu:. vitb 'he
. u tucky Colonel, Reed. The deepest thinker and tho most jjro
i'essivo of all tho writers oi humor in this (
country is Opie P.
,r, Coming Climax in tho Destinies of America, by Lester C. Hub
bard. 480 pages of new facts and
politics. Radical yet constructive.
generalizations in A -uerican
An abundant supply of new
republicans to disruj)t
But if such be the case i t
thrown off our guard t I en
Indejiendents who k' "i , 'ookout
for such things will .s t I h'i away by
a bolt that is know, to lave teen or
ganized in rcjm'-iiean Ik ('quarters.
This j)ajn'i- doe;- not ,r .pose lo be
drawn into any f ' i' ii 'I arrel. We
shall go right :i alv 'Cf-'..' ig the j)eo-
j)le's cause. anl we 'ei ve that all
4nd 8how u ('5n- J- IJ- leaver. A valuable bok that
should lftn- - A J tJ
The Great lVr-J?
Monev Monl""' ,' man- Todd. .
.r,o 1 0.';
.50 1 00
.50 1 25
.50 1 00
.50 1 00
... i nAnvq
same and t'
Ox TI1K n
o'clock in tl
the news. v n
but it is sal ' ;
well the .
of ( I rover
i- ts will do the
nemes of the
i! -Chicago conven-
laij i sat up until 4
ninj. in order to hear
id ri.n get much sleep.
V tli it she felt jn-etty
iav anyhow. If the
)', Frank ie instead
t t a more iopular
ii c leJders are
till i in In
raort to keei) the
racy by the cry of
s speech in the
nm,l,Johii M I 'aimer
i.unim 1 farnson is olec-
ongtjess is re)ubliean,
ee null, such as the
I);iveniort or the
his time 9
d with loud and jro
iH-t-tl is no doubt th;
rimig on tins ir .
uring the c-ftmpa'-,a
orthodox soutb rn
orco bill" i- "
.! ' 'ortain gentleman
1 i'. ii is been putting in
' '-' n arrangi d for the
uis hy the democrats for
w rs. ;ind tin1 convent ion to-day
a needless waste of $2f for hall
r r-t. t is tvo bad that the indejvnd
, d.s -'I not know iH'forehand that
,-er, iiin had been tixed. But, sjeak
mg f lx ing tixed, it does look s
ihoi -r'1 a lew fellows had been ''li' ed."
Let us nvap some inforniatio.. upon
th; tei- .c.
,')Ti i,he legislature on the repul-.can
r .ok t , Stevti Jones, H. C. Palmer and
. oht Curre.
Our Republic Iouarel
Labor ana (,n;tnl
tei'S'hS '"-;o,: '' Hory
CushiHg's Manual of Y r -.monlary Kales
Smith's DiagJ-am and T;. '-.o;, ntary liules.
Roberts' Rules of Order ".
Seven Financial Conmaeies
iauor and Aiiianc-- 5nt;r-;: er, words onlv ! eae,
" ' Music e l. " "Me "
i . , i o -
o r I .. l i it t . , i ..
ouugs ui ministry, nowe. in tins nooK the autnoi has g; . i n us a
uum'-er of entirely new songs, words and mimic complete, and
Alliances will lind it a splendid collection 20
Any book on the list sent post jviid on receipt of price. Liberal discounts to
Alliances wishing to purchase a library.
We arc offering I'iik Fakmkks' Ai.i.mnck one year, and any 50c book on tho
iisl iur ouiy jm..j.. 41 dress
" by e x
ALLIANCJE PtJfi. CO'r, Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska Sayings Bank
13 and O St., Lincoln.
The Oldest Saving's Bank of Lincoln.
LARGEST NUMBElt OF DEPOSlTOliS.
Pays interest on the Most Liberal
Receive? loposits: of one dollar and Kp
wards ar.i h h ChlMrene DinicdifparCiicnt.
i't-rsoi . i -)? in eoimminitirs without
Ssvints I..V:' rp invited to write far infor
mation. Uui or v.ud a postal tor a ncBt vest
pocot book. yitf
OR NO FEE
A 48 pae book free. Addreea
Vr. X. FITZGERALD, Atfy-at-Law,
Cor. and F StS. Washington, 1). V
When piirehasiiiir u pair of
shoes eco that thfy have
i hid label on them. Ask for
it and demand it of your
Ner was the iand of-j
agreement this s
ectuaUy as the
83 will irL '
e 'farmers a'
fo the remor
ecure an i
8 will arran
fle can- ;
CHEW and SMOKE untaxed
NATURAL LEAE TOBACCO Li
w w m w w m
j the bne . '
n. r ? JJ
P a , , r y
t if-:' f I
Water. l?lr im.l Wind Proof! Anyone run Apply It-
...f...i..t IV 1 k A...I..O I
( lietiiMT t nun miiiish '""i-i i .......
f In.r ItnilcliiiL.' mill Mic.itli n' l'liliels, 1. OnPflliiVt
vkW" JUrj1 und maU'i lals. Cln ulais uiul .Sh;ui le
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