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! THE ALLIANCE-INDEPENDENT. 3
J.W. CASTOR, Pres. ctitp atpnit V. H. J.INCH, Secy.
J. P. ROUSE, Vice Pres. - b 3Wl ' &rAI AI,fcT' A. GIIEENAMYRE, Treas.
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C, W. MOSHER, President.
H. J. WALSH, Vice-President.
R. C. OUTCALT, Cashier. .
J. W. MAXWELL, Assistant Cashiei
W. W. HOLMES. I). E. THOMSPON. C. W. MOSHE
R. C. PHILLIPS. E. P. HAMER. C. E. YATES.
A. P. S. STUART.
CORNER 13TH AND M STS., LINCOLN, NEB,
Thr?e blocks from Capitol building. Lincoln's newest, neatest and best up
town hotel. Eighty new rooms just completed, including largo committee rooms,
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"Here's My Hand."
Brothers of the farm and factory,
Sisteia of the shop and mill,
Partners in the self-same struggle,
Sufferers fiom the self-same ill,
Brave crusaders 'gainst the systems
That combine to curse and kill,
Champions of the rights of labor
All uniting voice and will,
Here's my hand, Isr I am with you,
With you, hand and heart axd soul,
For financial leformation,
A just sjEtem of taxatloi,
I am with you heart and soul.
Southern soldier, northern hero,
Joining hands, our forces lead,
Ihirty years of war built barriers,
Melt before oar present need ;
Blue and grey in checkered c )lumt 8,
Side by side to battle tread
'Gainst their common fee, their watchword :
Let the dead prst bury its dead."
Here's my hand, for I am with you,
With you, band and heart and soul,
For our recent nomination, .
Section lines, obliteration,
For a re united nation,
I am with you' heart and soul.
Prove me n3w the strength in union,
With new sword blades free from rust
Cleave we now tho chains that bind Us,
Fetters forged by greed and lust,
Shoulder unto shoulder standing,
In the God of nations trust,
As He liveth, Truth shall triumph,
Forward 1 as our cause is just
Ht re's my hand, for I am with j ou,
With you, hand and heart and sou
For impartial legislation,
For tho workingman's salvation,
I am with you heart and soul.
One by one recruits are coming.
One by one? Nay, score by score.
Hundreds, thousands, crowding, thronging,
Giving place to thousands mare,
And tho voice of gratulation,
Deepens to a mighty roar,
Each one catching up the chorus
From the lips of him before.
Here's my hand, for I am with you,
With you, hand and heart and soul.
For a full and free transition
Of the old-time Declaration,
For the saving of the nation,
I &m with you heart and Boul.
Linda S. Hinnir.
Hecla, South Daksta.
North Platte, Aug. 9, 1S92.
Editor Alliance Independent:
There was a grand ratification meet
ing at North Platte last Saturday after
noon and evening. At the afternoon
meeting the court room was well filled.
Hon. C. D. Shrader spoke for a short
time. Hon. J. W. Edgerton followed
in one of the most powerful speeches,
to which it has ever been our lot to
lot to listen.
In the evening Prof. M. V. Rork of
Crejon, gave his famous black board
lecture to a crowded bouse.
Independents here are all enthusias
tic over the nomination of Van Wyck.
Many republicans say they will vote
for him. R.
They Will Challenge the 0, P's.
Platte Center. Neb-, Aug. 0.
A people's party club was organized
here this evening with 28 charter
member, notwithstanding it wa3 a
rainy night. The club is named "The
Platte Center People's Party Club,"
with the following officers:
President, Fred Jewell.
Vice - President, Hon. William
Treasurer, H. Mahoney.
Executive Committee, J. S. Freeman,
C. C. Carr'g, Fred Jewell.
One of the literary features of the
club will be to challenge republicans
and democrats to meet us on the issues
of the day.
Meetings will be held the first and
third Saturday evenings of every
George W. Brown,
A Woman's Appeal.
The great conventions are past. The
campaign is upon us, and as there have
been nominated strong men and good
m-in as leaders, so there needs to be
men of principle to cast votes for tho
people's cause. . .
Now right away after the convention
we may not have our differences of
opinion settled, but let u? cast every
thought asiJe that is liablo to bring
discord, and let us put our shoulder to
the wiscel and push with a mighty
effort for the enemy is upon us.
Let not a man, woman or child say
"we can do nothing," but let tho man
say "I will cast my vote for the people,
Let the women say "I can do something
for the campaign fund." Let the boys
and girls shout "hurrah for tho peo
ple's party;" and on the 8th day of next
November "we shall como lejoicing
bringing in the sheaves."
I can see very plainly '.hat there is an
el ;ment that is ready to ruin if they
can't rule. Perhaps the man of
their choice is not nominated. What
if he is not? The choice of the majori
ty shall be my choice. The man of my
ctioic was not nominated for governor,
but that did not hinder me from going
to work right there in the convention
and doing all I could do to help on the
good cause. I am in the fiel 1 this
campaign to stay, and to work by all
fair means to help elect the people's
ticket, and to raise mo'iey for cam
paign funds. Voters of Nebraska, don't
sin away your day of graco. If the
nom'nees on the independent ticket
don't fully please you, . vote for them.
Remembjr every voter in the ranks
has a place he calls homo or expects to
have, and as he is of the common
people, vote for the common people
Remember it was tho common people
who heard Christ glaily. Remember
you have all ccrae from either the
democratic or republican ranks and
what wou'd it profit you to turn back'?
He who occo confesses that lie has
changed his views, and turns back,
dot-s it for the profit there is in it at
this present time, but at the lat it
biteth like a serpent and strngeth
like an adder.
Don't spend your time talking to the
democrats or republicans, but spend
your time thinking what you can do to
help on the cause of justice.
You may think I have no light to
advise in this way. as I have no right
to cast a vote, but I tell you I have
great issues at stake as the force of
circumstances has brought in all. on a
common level. Let us all work to
gether and great good will be accora
pJished. Independent men, lay all prejudice
aside. "Be wise as serpents and harm
less as doves." Cast your vote for your
sslves, your families and friends, and
not for corporations.
Yours for Reform,
Mrs J. M. Sanford.
Fairfield, Neb., Aug. 8.
Stockville, Neb., Aug. 8.
Our senatorial convention held at
McCook the 4 th nominated J. W.Young
of Wilson ville, Furnas county, he hav
ing one majority over E. E. Link, the
present senator. The convention con
sisted of earnest men who mean busi-ne-s
and who are filled with enthuat
asm and. determination to fight the
battle to the end. Our people are tired
of the bloody shirt, and tariff tooth
picks. Their eyes are at last open to
the truth and they are in politics to
stay. Yours for Success,
J. P. Green.
Belle Plaiac allhnco No. 14G0, of
Fillmore county, at a regular meeting
passed resolutions :
First Condemning tne action cf the
Carnegie company for the course they
pursued at Homestead;
Second Condemning Governor Pat
tison for allowing the militia to be used
to guard tho property of ono class of
individuals to the detriment of the
BARB WIRE AND NAHS.
FARMERS TOOLS, ETC., ETC.
BEST $1.50 AND $2 00 PER DAY
- HOUSE IN THE CITY.
Z. JENNINGS, Proprietor.
CHAMBER SUITS, SI4.tO$2CO.
PARLOR SUITS, $20. to $20?.
DINING ROOM SUITS $10. to $50.
Couches and Lounges $3. to $50.
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