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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1892)
never seen a wneei-Dar
re, ana was rnucn exerciswu
how to Bet it in motion, lie
facing the wheel, catchint?
with both hands and trying
backward. Seeing the wheel
)t turn, he let go and took
Observations. It dawnod upon
"Za at once, for the native mind is
quick, that as the barrow had two
arms it required two men to lift it,
and hallooed for one of his mates to
come to his aid. They both tried to
pet within the arms of thebarrow, one
man laying hold of the leffc arm with
Mie left hand while the right encircled
fellow a waist, whose right hand
fro hold of the other shaft, while his
in t'8age'l arm WftS .bound around
jo's nock, and they were prettily
1; but they covered no ground,
and y and by tripped each other and
Tlul-mell over the wheel-barrow,
of the of course, turned over. Then,
mattn hour or two, Wlimo under
aecowipw to wheel this barrow,
the nocui ,
t) unumaiuuu roi kf
Phair, a Ueacon street
11 t 1 1 .1
r old, nioueis ner wrik anu
i i i -in
ion on tnose or ner eiuer
who are much given to
and the slang of sport.
atafra-cyes are -peepers, - ner
n,1a are "dukB9uv une uay wnen
fe had run till neaffjvout of.breath
fe SftlU, lUUUlcr, mji, uviiuno ptcm
it of order.
wra recently her mother, ooserv-
i er t a'estlcds, said, "Natalie,
is the matter with you? You
. to bo on needles and pins."
-atalie pondered for full a minute
nd than said, "Mother dear, I
don't know what you mean. Of
course I know that lny pins are my
legs, but what do you mean by saying
that I'm on needles?"
A Lesson In Circulation.
Iyou place a visiting card or light
screen between you and the flame oi a
candle, and blowon it you will find
that you will not put otft the light, as
your breath cannot pass through the
screen, but a curious effect will be pro
ducedviz., the llanies of the candle
H incline towards you, asif blown
Hnie one in au opposite direction.
breath striking the pasteboard
n has been thrown back toward
with sufficient force to carry with
certain quantity of air surround
tha flame, thus enclosing it in a
ent of air going in the contrary
ction to your breath.
Our Debt to the Mule.
re were told by a confederate
cer some years ago that the bat tle
Gettysburg, which was the tu rning
tint in our civil war, was decided in
vor of the Union by a balky mule,
he Union troops and the confeder
tes were racing to reach a high point,
he possession of which practically
lecided the battle; the confederates
were blocked bva balky mule. Wha
a debt of gratitude present and futur
reneratioris owe and will owe to the
jjel Our Dumb Animals.
HE ALLIANCE-Ii, & N u E N T.
1HE AULTMAJN &
M a ohinery Co m p an y .
A Great General.
Caius Marius, the great general, was
once in a camp when a man of repute
among the enemy came oyer to him
and said, "If you aro indeed a great
general, M'ariaus, leave your camp
and fight a battle.
Marius was not to be persuaded at
at moment, so he answered the
.laNckwith a taunt that was decidedly
"Not so," he replied, "butif youare
a great general you can make me do
Our Only "Honorable."
The onlv person in this country
ho is constitutionally entitled to be
ddressed by the title of honorable 18
ie heutenant governor or iHASsawiu
tts. Hkj right to it is set forth in
ha fundamental laws of the state.
d it is to be found nowhere else,
1 W A &
' ' ' i 'I S AKi fcv
OUR MOTTO: "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
F. L. LOO MIS, Manager, Omaha, Neb.
Wit I TIC l'OK P KICKS"
There are a great many other lionor-
ables here and elsewhere, just as mere
are a great many majors and colonels.
They flourish by courtesy only. xne
Knew the Defendant Was Hon
A pleasing story conies from a
Maine court. Farmor A. was the
plaintiff; Mr. Vt., a merchant, the de
fendant, Farmer A. was giving testi
mony, and would not be restrained
by counsel or court. lie was very
generous to his opponent, and in
sisted upon saying that he was an
honest man. "And," said he," "I will
tell you how I know lie is an honest
TTl 1 11 ill (
man. J have traded wun nun ior
many years. We always settled every
four month. One time 1 asked him
how we stood, and lie looked at
his books and said I didn't owe him
a cent. His clerk said there was not
a scratch of a pen against me. Yes.
Mr. B. is an honest man, 1 tell you!
I just pulled out my wallet and paid
him 8.75 that I knew I owed him,
and which he did not have charged to
me. Oh, there's no doubt but what
Mr. B. is an honest man and a good
man to deal with." The next day,
as might have boon expected, the case
was settled by agreement of parties
and withdrawn from court. Lewistor
Klnb Si tin
M A N II FT U UK US OF
Pure Hemp Binder Twine
FROM HOME (JUOWN FIBKK.
We can offer to farmers a better article for less money tha'
they nave ever before known.
Will ship sample bag and take lodge note payable Oct. 1,'92.
Patronize Home Industry.
hor further information address Nebraska Kinder Twine Co.
or J. V. Hartley, Alliance Purchasing Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
I.:: Ir v. Ciipital.
Labor is the only tiling the law of
supply and demand controls. You
can't pool on to inorrow's nnis do.
Neither can tho workman live on un
used muscle. His prayer to capital is,
Give vis this day our daily bread.''
John Rockefeller earns (?, his weight
in gold each day. Jay Could could
buy Ms weight in gold two or threo
thousand times over. Why can't we
get up a Standard Oil company or
Missouri Pacific railway?
J. C. McKELL,
Successor to BADGER LUMBER CO.
Wholesale 1 Retail Lumber,
TELEPHONE 7O i.
ST. BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TH L INCOLN, NEB.
J. I. PARR 4 ,
2045 M Street, Lincoln, Neb.
RIFLES $:.oni II 111 I.
All klndf ihumr
tho eUeahers. La.
tore you bay, mdJ
tmp for llloiUUj
Culo(tu6 to Tk
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSU
Write for prices, Bninplc8, blank
G. A. SINULKV. Manufacturers A
See our advertisement of "Son!
tho people" in another column, I;
aro tho lirst and hest of lhe kind r
w that t
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