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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1892)
J. T. M. IWIOART, gocretary f tb
Nebraska Mutual Cyclona. Tornado and Wipi
Btorm lMursnoe Company, KDiTOtt. AJ
lyjmrannlceWona on fire, Cyolone or Jltfl
Inauraooe ebon Id b addressed to blin at
In the Hail Company wo now have
over one thousand members and should
llko to bftvo Iw Ice as many.
The feet ace 80 wuts at ttnu fwr mak
' ing cotrai, and a contract for tenoenls
par acre insured payable fcroinur is&,
or as much thereof as may be needed to
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pay losses. Tbe so cents mrniDersoip
fee will pay all other expenses and no
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anuoi Bare 8uiuhidk iy "'ly vJ
losses. If Ta sro desirous of helping
a cHm cauie aiuag pieao euu v iuu
editor of this department for blank
eoavaets. as we pay no man loracoum
work we kepe al4 who are insured will
send la at least oitt more, and thus
prad the u so that newt year
t t 1 1 2 A ' 1 1 ! tM !
mamoth con tern and bo pushed jo the
iroai ny ine suxce aiuancv uiccrs.
Alt Intend ni ann.11 o1n will V)A .d
Mil awt?w V M ' p.
at huiking time, and all will be paid for
Write Denies plain and if the asotnber
noes not r'te m a plain engusn nana
the wiint shoe id write it on the margin.
Thcro are a i iw members who have
not yet sent in their feop, let us I hear
iivm jvu nuu uujigv tuts ociotmj.
Fife and Lightning. i -
"Thero are men In different ports of
the stato on the road with circulars
whioh alntn tViftt. a. mpmliBf ti a atonic
vmW MVMhV a-MUIV - w wwvw
holder of a mutual company and bis
iarm nas a canui'-geni mortgage upon
it fr any artjant Ure eompaqy njfty be
oalTol fn rtao tint, lof 11 a Innlc1 At thnuA
things rquare in the faoe and adimt that
11 is iruo inai an ianns are inuiigHvu
It iha frill nvfftnt nt thftlr vahift. VVhnt
is the probable post to members is the
JLi i. J ,
quesiion mac iooks os iu iucu as
In many other states thre hsve been
mcrtaal Insrrance company's for many
'rs, and n all edscs the rrfrnwo cost
U'as bxfi lew ttsrn ne per eent tor fire
years lnBonwiCT miq h jpi wui wok
IHtO the ttffflRft VflTJ Will ffsfevt life fthnt
fa tike naMttt etfmpaslM no ed paid
zeeyi loee who ar crotog wosxi aoo
BHuaiiy me pay comes vy Bqyiica
n 1. e. i ou joe eaca on waiiieft, and
OVER THE STATE.
Grant county has no licensed sabjoa.
Beatrice has 2,987 children of school
Hyannis has a fine ndiv derx)t readv
Minden will offer a $20,000 bonus for
a v&i,vw dibtinery.
The Union Pacific is mak in? ten
sive lmrovemoiite at ivoarney.
Brad SlUrhtor has been annointfl
roceiror of the Riley hotel at Platts-
JOHN B. WRIGHT, Pres.
T. E. SANDERS, Vlce-Pref.
J. H. McCLAT.Cashlfi
COLUMBIA NAT'L BANK
LINCOLN. : : : NEBRASKA.
A.. 8. RAYMOND.
JOHN D. WRIGHT.
HANS. P. LAU.
CHASWB8T. . THOMAS COCHRANB.
JOHN H. MoCLAT. EDWARD R. 81ZEB.
FRANK L. SHELDON. T. H. SANDERS.
Successor to BADGER LUMBER CO
Wholesale 1 Retail Lumber
TELEPHONE 70 1.
ST. BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TII hi NCOLN, NEB.
H): Ui rnmnforl fViaf Tan ClmA Lm I T71 ail . .. . -
bh ciutiKe, ioa "k; ormick armers ana Aiiiancemen's patronage solicited.
Herman proposos to entertain 3.000
veterans ana tneir friends on hif 10th
and 11th of August.
Tho BufCalo eountr farnafirsi' nllian.
hoiu 1 h regular quarierly moetin"- at
jveHrney on oaiuraay.
A Fremont fire eauses a loss of fts.oon
! a. .... ... . 'r.'"
iu tu awsiruciion 01 tne barn of J. VV.
White. Tho Joks is fullv
cfcr uy insurance.
Omaha contributos a Kfilinnl mn'pm
- JUU U1U W
Duranffo. Mexico. Miss
goes to Durango to teach Engli,h in a
Spanish school. She has boon a teacher
in wie umana scnools lor many years.
Chadron is makincf extensi vo nrpnnr.
ations to entertain tho. nWW nt
district courts who meet thero July 13.
Lnaaron coaste of line hotel facilities
and all things needful for the comfort
-J- Ji..! AXU JLJ t,...JJIJ
OUR CAMPAIGN SOKfiS
WEDDED TO NEW HARMONIES.
The Voice of tie Industrial
Once get inside of our store and
you will be convinced that
our claims of superiority
are based upon facts
as solid as the
Our Shoes Are the Best
Powerfully voloinc our ficrM nnri
vur uas ana aemanas.
if the secretary is paid anything extra
it is lor time acttialhr employed m the
work. While in sreck compaaies tho
aaents feo is 25 percent o 40 per cent
oi tne amouat or mo premiuro-, then
eaca cancer ana direetor whether he
does any work or not is on the pay roll
ond irf i nil -vnw C. oimMlM h n n .. . . 1
thenjif. the limo of loss tha lnsora find a
that me valid poliev law is evaded in
an wajs possible, in tne mutual com
danies the losses are adjusted in a
brotherly manner and eften the mem-
V.. a a m .
uer geis uguDio ne amouni no would
have received had he been insured in .
stock company, and With this in view
the avecago of mutual companies is still
below one per cent. To prove that
our estimate is correct we could ge to
tne oinoo ot auy siocb company and see
that the Inssns on fftml insurnnrj a Kr.
low one per cehfc, but of course they
woum onject to any one loosing up
their business. For want of time and
spaco I will continue thi6 next w;eek4
It is rumored that tho state board f
transportation will made a sweeping
redaction of tfee sate on we goods
from Omaha lo the stato hums by the
way of Gevingto, Nebraska. Vo,
t ' 'if
Preflidrat Pdwn Appointaiet, "
Tfee following appointments has been
made fer.tfce President of ttie State
V Ravenna, July 13Ui; Sutto, July 90;
Clay Center, July Jl; FairfieldjJuly'22;
York, July Stromsburff, July 25th;
Osceola, July 26th; Shelby, July 27th.
Local commixes' will mak arrange
ments as to hour and securing haJbfor
these meetings This will closo thd
presidentsvvTJrk previous to the state
Wbner and tnirfchfu.
Otr national leaders are welyoming- the
Son of the Iople" most heartily
aum utH'utTO JNlllftlO taorn than n.nvthirtrr
v, nu owuep n our uoor.
"With jrlee eJubs foi 'mpd all nvfr
west and south, I would have no doubt
as u mo outcome of this present con
test," says B. O. Flowinr. th
tho Arena. Our SorgH of the People"
io do reviewed in tho Aug-ust
number of this n-rpnt. mnfmvimi
I hey are pronounced admirable"
py our yreat Iderakur and mrtv
can be no
Nothing can be
better than the best.
On top of that we put
the undisputed fact that
( ur prices are below any
that can be put on a like
grade of shoes.
Uou. Jguatins Connelly.
. . ry
At our reeent national dffvenfeioii thov
Timnn 1 -1 T , -. . .
wuio sum anu carried mtn n t.h
states, from Maine to California.
lion. James G. Field, our candidate
iwr viAje-presiacnt, fays of them
"They nro inieod ths voice of the ppoule's
PErty and incinnrrini kimDi tv..
the puro got pel C industrial salvation anrt
mu cuicuinit'u io movd ine people mightily."
Order at once and awakon nnthncinam
witn tbeso songs of freedom. Addi
tional songs will soon be ready, ii
log: "iimothv HavsRfin." "Tfiv m
Power Arraigned,'? "A Politician Here
You See," etc.
The Workers' Battle Hymn of
Right Shall Reign 25
The Weakest Must G to the Wall. .35
Tho Taxpayers Sattlo the Bills 35
Sons of America 35
Get Off the Earth '35
The Flag of Liberty &
The Coal Baron's Song . . .
Truth's Approaching Triumph 30
God Save the People .30
We Have the Tariff Yet 35
Tire Alarm Beat 35
The Millennium Army .35
That 'Honest Dollar' 5
.Losses and Lies 35
Address all orders to the Alliance
Publishing Company, Lincoln, Ne
Handsomer Shoes than those we have on display.
S. B. NISBET, Shoeist,
FAIRBANKS AND VICTOR SCALES.
Eclipse Wooden and Steel iiWind-
lfflBW KAMI . VVIAflllU
'mm Mille H
u TnaLW3 W ill HI
m 382. . 4. P? OAROON, Agejit, Mncpln, Neb.
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