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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1892)
A? The Greenback
This is the wav an old soldier puts
It: Suppose Undo Sam should grind
out a new f 5 bill and send it to me as
pension money what would 1 do with
. .... a. . m m
it? I'd buv d worm 01 corn 01 coign-
bor A. Ho would co to neighbor V
a coal digger, and buy b worth of
coal. B would pay it to widow u lor
a fat olcr: Mrs. C would buy a load
of hay for her cow getting it of
farmer D, who wants to just use $5
for fence posts. And so you seo by
tho time the new greenback had been
paid out for posts it would nave done
&25 worth of good. And it would
keep on traveling, helping to make
trades everv timo it changed nands.
until at last it would bo paid back to
Undo Sam for taxes, alter, doing its
work as well as if it had been made
of gold. Yet thero -are people who
had rather bo taxed to deatn tnan to
have Uncle Sam grind out new green-
backs to swing around tho circle in a
useful way. Industrial Review.
Tfhat Senator Gorman Said.
Your revenues are about $450.-
000,000. Under the operations of the
law, your expenditures at tnis con
press. In which our party originates
... a , A A .S
the bills, will Do S&uu, uuu. uuu ana
mora Ibat mean3 a billion dollar
congress. So loug as tne country
grows in population and weaun. me
appropriations will increase no mat
ter what'party is in powor."
The following table taicen irom ine
Record, shows the expenditures for a
number or years:
rwtw-thif.l nnncnvvso JRRj3.T94.0C0il
A Ui ll'Hi"! " 7 ' "
vWv.fnm-th rnnerftss. 1S77-8. 595.597.S3.' 28
Forty-fifth congress, 1819-8 . . 7.54,57,4 (5.93
Forty-sixth congress, 1881-82. 727,537,eSU2
. . - flL0
i'orty-seyemn cougress,,! a-j-'.
84 I i (,l V,!)iO.Oi
Fortv-iKhth congress, iS8V8(J 655.209,4 ;2.28
Forty-ninth congress, 1887-88. 74H.34.',9d.80 ' -. ' Tt "DiViVtar?
Fiftieth congresl, 1889-90..... 8,7,863,859.80 LaClIeS JGrSeV ItlDDeCL
r iity-nrst congress, loww.,. co,in,.ou.o?
THE OIILY ALLIAUCE STORE
IN THE WEST.
Great Reduction of Prices (or this Week.
Th lorcrest linen stock in the west.
Get our prices on napkins and table da
mask, they are tne lowest evt-ry ume
We don't alrow any house to undersell
as no matter what the cost. We buy di
rect from the makes and are in position
to -back up our statements.
The Banner will advocate the prin
ciples of the Alliance 'mainly for two
First Because we were conceived,
born and roared a Jefferson Democrat
the Drincioles of which have grown
with our growth, and strengthened
with our strength to the present time;
and for the further fact that tne Alii
ance principles represent tho only
true. Simon-mire Jeffersonlan Democ
racy extant: our old political mother
(the Democracy or yore) naving ae-
narted from her pristine glory and
virtue by her persistence in consort
incr with muerwumDism and plutoc
racy, and now masquerades in name
and formtonlv. without sub'stanco and
honest verity. Second. Because the
welfare of the people which is the
real essence of Democracy is better
conserved, prompted and protected
in the establishment and perpetuation
of the principles and demands of tho
. FOR SALE. A fine Holstein bull
calf, 1952 G street
p" i T;!rtt 1711 form in seven different
court es. Only high grade independent
Normal mine suue. rincsi uuhuihkj, uijihh.
and ablest Normal faculty. No experiment, but an
octahiidiAri manacrement. ao courses and specials
" ; t-
ties, 35 teacners ana lecturers, n.
the masses. Write for catalogue to F. F. Uoose,
Mgr., Lincoln, Neb. .
Notice to B rid ere Contractors.
Tnls la tiarotw fftrsn that aoaled b'ds will
be received at the office of the county clerk
a Vimnoa nnnnrv NAnriRiiL nn ur DHiure
noon of the 29tn day of July, A. D.. 1893, for
the construction oi ine iouuwiu Bnugce.
Bvl, )irMimirnMI Kwariz crpeic on iown
lino hot An tnwna 8 and 4 and section 4. In
town 3. and section 33. In town 4, range 21.
OnlH hrlilira ta hn X! IT. RrtH.n KqQ o IL BU-
LIMIU U.tUKU w - r "
at onh pnrt.ll ft-tllffn: jaCODB
.wiAno. aniriro lannrii nrA.r. nn the ValleV
road on the southeast qr of section 33. town
a -onran on ulillinHntAhaSllft Rnfln with
A tt innma1iM mt. onch And and 8 It hlCb! A
Caapser bridge across Caapser draw on the
oaar ma wmi nuiT Htniinn line in eu iub &o.
mn mniro 25. Raid bridsre to be 2U ft span
and 8 ft approaches at each end, and 8 ft
high. .... .. .. . . .
m -j vanaitraii nn nnth pomninatin ana
inn v4iaa 11 ft. rnailviiir Jtlnoh hs.r.1 nine
All Mill maiiat. ho nnnnmnnnipd hv
g03d ana BUincieni Donas, ana uieu iu iuc
connty cier B omce ti luruaa cuuuijr,
bra8ka. on er before noon of July 29tb, A. D.
1892. CommiSBioners reserve the right ta re
ject any or au dim. m
naton tni inn 'zmn niv ot juie. iow.
H. W. MCF1DDIN.
Tn this dfinartment we are overloaded
. . . r tn
nn c(nnin nr had weatner. e win
to-morrow commence a great clearing
sale in this department.
Ladies' ioc vests, reauceu uu cu
Ladies' 20c vests, reduced to 10c
Ladies 25c vests, reduced to loc
Ladies' 40c vests, reduced to 19c
Ladles' 50c vests, reduced to 25c
Special sale of Ladies'
Muslins and Sheetings
Muslins are down. See our bleached
muslin at 31c and 5c yard.
At uic we oner a special Dargameyuai
if not better than Lonsdale or
Langdon G. B., 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine 36-inch wide cambric, 12 yards
:or$l.C0. . ..
Pillow case muslin and sheetings in all
he different widths and erades at prices
nwer than t.hPV have bten.
Red, white and blue bunting fordecora-
mg, 5c yard.
All sizes in flags, from 5c a dozen up.
Special Sale of Ladies'
and Children's Hosiery
1 1nf. nf children's fast black cotton
hose, derby ribbed, only 15c pair wortn
Children's fine imported hose, only 25c
pair, worth 40c.
I .aril PS' fast hi ark p.otton hose.
Richelieu ribbed, only 12ic pair worth
Wash Dress Goods.
New striped bedford cords, 121c.
Plain bedford cord in plain colors,
beautiful shade of cream, etc., 15c
Fancy printed oeaiora coras, zoc
Satin striped sateen, sdc yard.
Plain ecru crinkled seersucker, 10c
Fancy prfnted crinkled seersucker
Side band armadale zephyrs, 40 .denes
wide, in plain colors, 15c yard.
SShantong pongee, in remnants from
2 to 12 yards, only 10c yard, in dark
bpeciai sale on scorcn zepcyr gmg
him.32 incnes wide. We have too many
of them and have reduced the price to
ISicyard. The best bargain offered
this season on fine gingham 12Jc
Special Attention to Mail Orders.
write us and name tnis raper.
Hayden Bros., Dealer in Evrything, ,6thoyyb8'
J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO.
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Center Crank Stationery and Tracticn Engines.
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