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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1892)
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Editor Bushnell Seconds the Motion
They Say the Little Bohemian
Is a Liar And a Pirate.
Th re's Music In the Air.
In the State Journal of the 2oth inst
Editor Gere, President Harrison's post
master of Lincoln, undertakes to read
out of the party Mr. E. Rosewater, Mr.
Harrison's prospective postmaster-general,
in the following vigorous fashion:
Thero is nothing dangerous in the
vaporings of this wind bag. It is only
when he is truckled to by the party
leaders that he has ever been danger
ous When he has bem defied by can
didates ' on past state tickets whom he
had attempted to blacklist, h-i has
always been impotent to do any barm
The kind of cattle that ho used to
stampede were mostly partakers of his
own crooked nature, ready to believe
any sort of slander that was uttered
against a candidate, because of their
natural inability to conceive of honesty
in a man who had had a chance to steal
anything or betray anybody, have all
gone over to assist in leading the inde
pendent organization. Thero is where
he would himself be today doubtless if
he didn't think he could servo the out
fit better by staying in the republican
The party has already paid Rosewat
er a good many thousand per cent more
than '"influence" for good or ill is
worth. It will profit greatly from his
retirement from its ranks and its coun
cil, for he never helped it when in
straits and he never advised for its
good. His attitude has been from the
beginning a menace. He has not hesi
tated to take advantage of any weak
point in its armor to redouble his
threats of ruining it if it did not obey
He took advantage of the defeat of
Richards for governor by tbe anti-prohibition
league, which wras pretty
shrewdly handled by 'the friends of
Boyd, to exalt his horn and assume to
bj a holy terror. His hostility to Rich
ards probably did not influence a score
of votes, but he has been banking on
that defeat for the past two years as
his most valuable stock in trade.
It was that that terrorized the Kear
ney convention and induced it to peril
its very soul for "harmony" with Rose
water. The place he occupies on the
national republican committee was ob
tained by him by flourishing the phan
tom of Richard's scalp and intimating
that in no other way could he be locat
ed to support the republican ticket.
There are scores of witnesses to prove
that the necessary number of votes to
elect him to that place was obtained at
Minneapolis on a solemn pledge that,
come what may, he would support the
entire republican ticket at the state
election this fall. Otherwise he could
not have "got there," notwithstanding
the request of the Kearney state con
vention for his selection.
The farce is played now for all it is
worth and the curtain had better ba
rung down on Mr. Rosewater's perform
ance without any further delay. He
has forfei ed all his pledges and dis
covers himself a very commonplace
little liar, and that is all that has come
of these mighty attempts to "harmon
ize" republicanism and Rosewater in
Nebraska. Now let us harmonize re
publicanism and let Rosewater slide.
BUSHNELL SECONDS THE MOTION.
The following are extracts from the
Call's editorials of August 35th:
, There are clearing skies today all
over the state. The unhorsing of the
pira'o who assumed the dictatorship of
the party in this state has had already,
and will have in the future, in the f Pil
es t measure, the effect of bringing into
active and enthusiastic work for the
ticket thousands of republicans who
in past years were fighting the battles
for their party when Rosewater was
arrayed against them s a common en
my. Rosewater's open warfare upon the
ticket, for it is a warfare aimed at the
entire tieket, ought to cause hii imme
diate removal fiom the national com
mittee. As the State Journal tritely
siys, 'ho ha forfeited all his pledges
and discovers himself a very common
place little liar," in regard to what ho
would do if he were placed upon the
Rosewater, in his vic'ous attack upon
the republican candidate for lieutenant
governor and bis attack upon the ticket
as a whole, is now trying to slink be
hind Omaha as a cover, and attempts
to make it out that there is a hostility
to that city ia the campa'gn. A weak
er or more puerile and downright
cowardly action never was taken.
It is a cowardly and gratuitous in
sult to Omaha for Rosewater to attack
the republican ticket by claiming that
there is antipathy to that city. There
was no hue and cry raised about Lin
coln being attacked when headquarters
were lecated in Omaha a year ago, and
located in the traitor's nest, the Bee
building. Because Mr Rosewater was
inside the confederate lines in the early
days of the war, he shou'd not follow
the distinguished exam pie of the leader
of the lost cause, and hide hi3 personal
hatred and vindictiveness against tbe
republican ticket behind the petticoats
of the c ty in which he lives. There
are thousands of Omaha citizens who
repudiate h's self appropriation of that
kind of covering.
About Oar Famines.
Crhsco, Neb., August 27, 1892.
Another railroad car famine is be
ing worked on the wheat growers of
Kansas as the following clipping taken
from a Kansas paper will show:
"Stock'on grain dealers received
word Tuesday that no more cars could
be had until next week. About ten or
twelve car loads have been sent out this
week, and the elevators are full to the
The result is robbery such as the corn
producers suffered from last winter in
this state, when corn buyers were giv
ing only 2.'J cents per bushel and
Chicago quotations would warrant JJO
cents for same. When an explanation
was asked for the answer always was:
"We can't get cars and don't want farm
ers to bring in their corn."
How is it with creditors of the far
mers? Do thy say money is plenty?
Oh no, but on the contrary they say:
"We are in great need of money. We
waited until your graip was ripe and
harvested; and now your bills and notes
are ripe and we muse do our harvest
ing." So the farmer has got to sell his
crop at slaughtered prices. But how
would it be if congress had given in
the sub-treasury law, and we could
store our grain and get government re
ceipts for it and find them just as good
as gold dollars to satisfy our creditors
The State Journal says tbe people
can't afford to let W. H. Dech be elect
ed from the Fourth district for $1,000,
000, but the people are going to elect
him just the same on the 8th day of
November next-, so the Georgia man
(Tom Watson) w 11 have an equal from
Nebraska. There is a political cyclone
in sight that will sweep everything be
fore it. Dollars can't stop it, nor can
the Pinkerton's or militia. Hurrah for
Weaver and Field. Yours truly,
J. II. Teaciiman.
Daniel Campbell lor Congress.
The democrats of Northwestern
Iowa met at Sioux Ci'y the 2."th and
nominated Daniel Campbell, the old
greenbacker, for congress. He had
already been nominated by the people's
party. He was a member of the last
Iowa legislature, and made a great
fight for the passage of a law making
gold contracts payable in lawful
The largest linen stock in the west,
(let our pricos on napkins and table da
mask, they are the lowest every time.
We don't alrow any house to undersell
us no matter what tbe cost. We buy di
rect rojn the makes and are in position
to back up our statements.
Ladies Jersey Ribbed
In thig department we are overloaded
on accouul of bad weather. We will
to-morrow commence a great clearing
sale in this department.
Ladies' 15c vests, reduced to 8c
Ladies' 20s vests, reduced to 10c
Ladies' 25c vests, reduced to 15c
Ladies' 40c vests, reduced to 19c
Ladles' 50c vests, reduced to 25c
Special sale of Ladies'
Special Sale of Ladies'
and Children's Hosiery
1 lot of children's fast black cotton
hose, derby ribbed, only 15c pair worth
Children's fine imported hose, only 25c
pair, worth 40c.
Ladies' fast black cotton hose.
Richelieu ribbed, only 12c pair worth
Muslins and Sheetings
Muslins are down. See our bleached
muslin at 3Jc and 5c yard.
At Oic we offer a special bargain equal
if not better than Lonsdale or
Langdon G. B., 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine 86 inch wide cambric, 12 yards
for $1.00. -
Pillow case muslin ai.d sheetings in all
the different widths and grades at prices
lower than they have been.
Red, white and blue bunting for decora
ting, 5c yard.
All sizes in flags, from 5c a dozen up.
Wash Dress Goods.
New striped bedford cords, 12ic.
Tlain bed ford cord in plain colors,
beautiful shade of cream, etc., 15c
Fancy printed bedford cords, 25c
. Satin striped sateen, 35c yard.
Plain ecru crinkled seersucker, 10c ,
Fancy prfntcd crinkled seersucker
Side band armadale zephyrs, 40 .dehes
wide, in plain colors, 15c yard.
&hantong pongee, in remnants from
2 to 12 yards, only 10c yard, in dar
Special sale on ScDtch zeptyr ging
hftm,32 incnes wide. We have too many
of them and have reduced the price to
12Jc yard. The best bargain offered
this season on fine gingham 121c
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