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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1892)
THE A TiTiTANCE-IN DEPENDENT.
srrTHE Monitor Pipe Frame Shoe Press Drill.
clared had never been recelvod at the
asylum, and ho bo informed secretary
of state Allen. He refused to approve
the bill, but the board granted it. Is
it possible that state officers who do
such things are acting in perfect inno
cence, and without guile?
There are cases of gross and criminal
negligence such as the following:
A voucher for $352.84 for plumbing
not itemized and not signed was allow
ed by the board.
A voucher for oats, $286.82 not signed
This much must be said by every fair
minded man: Either these state officers
are guilt of complicity in these criminal
acts, or they are guilty of the grossest
negligence, and are utterly unworthy the
further confidence of the people.
The above is an incomplete synopsis
of what Mr. lie wick said.
Many of the cases of crookedness re
lated by him have boon ommitted alto
gether for want of space.
Mr. Shamp's Meetings.
Hon. Jerome Shamp and W. L. Cun
diff are making a roost able and effec
tive canvass of the first district. Their
speeches are in marked contrast to the
war of words over tariff to which Bryan
and Field are treating the voters
They are discussing the real issues
before the people chief among wnich
are the money and transportation ques
tions. Full detailed reports of all the meet
ings can not be given, but the follow
ing merit special mention:
They had a good meeting at Wabash
the evening or the 20th. Music was
suDDlied bv the Wabash band. The
hall was packed with people. Mr. Cun-
diff made a masterly speech handling
the records of the two old parties with
out gloves. Mr. Shamp then made a
short speech in which he put in some
sledge-hammer blows for the principles
of the new party. He was enthusiasti
cally applauded. He added largely to
his host of friends in that vicinity. He
will get a much larger vote than either
of his opponents in that section.
At Weeping Water they held another
great meeting the 21st. They spoke
on the street. Mr. Cundiff'a review of
tho crimes of the old parties was
startling and eloquent, and he opened
the eves of many present.
Mr. Shamp discussed the manner in
which the republican party had dealt
with tho gun-holders and the bond
holders in a way that won the old
soldiers. He showed that it was ndt
the paltry fifty million dollars of bonds
issued during the war that saved the
nation, but the boys in blue, paid and
kept at the front ny the greenbacks.
Then he denounced the republican
party in unmeasured terms for destroy
ing those greenbacks and issuing in
their stead interest bearing bonds p&y-J
able In coin. The crowd cheered !Mr.
At Nebraska City, that democratic
strong-hold, another great meeting
was held, and Mr. Shamp took occasion
again to challenge his opponents to
meet him on the stump. But they will
not do it. With them discretion is the
better part of valor.
Designed With Especial Yiew to Light
ness of Draft.
With Pressure Rollers for Covering and II
Packing Soil over See l
8 Shoe,8Iu with two from hllch
10 Shoe 6 in with two horse hitch
128hoe,7 in. with two orthree horse hitch
) Shoes and
) For prices and terms apply to
V KBANKP. LA WBKSCE, State igfnt,
) Corner Tenth and W. LIdco1u,N
Patronize Home Manufactories
patented oGtober ib, issq.
The Perfection Gear Wagon,
Simplest, Short Turning, Hangs Low, Absolutely No Rattle. First Class in Every Respect.
. Just the wagon for Farmers, Grocers, Milkmen in fact anybody.
D. W. CAMP & SON, Corner0
Peck Raving a Peck of Trouble.
Democratic Labor Commissioner
Teck of New York state sprung into a
wonderful notoriety a short time ago
by publishing a volume of labor statis
tics showing that the McKinley bill
had raised wagosr etc. The republi
cans shouted for joy and the democrats
gritted their teeth. Finally, however,
the democratic national committee
decided to investigate. Mr. Peck had
challenged any . one to look into the
matter and show wherein he was
wrong; But no Fooner was there a
prospect of investigation than he made
haste to burn all the documents on
which his report rested. Now he is
under arrest for destroying public dec
uinents. t. It appears that he based his report
v6h confidential letters from the manu
facturers, and that neither he nor they
desired these letters to be investigated.
. An Important Sale.
Our friend Fred N. Mulertz, propri
etor of the Ashland hord of Poland
Chinas, is going to retire from the hog
His closing out sale will be at the
farm four and one-half miles southeast
of Ashland on Tuesday, October 18,
1892, when everything io the herd will
v afAA without reserve. It will in
clude some prize winners, and no better
nTmnrt.nnltV Will DO ITlVtiU l"
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for registered stock.
date and place.
U People's Star: General Weaver is
keeping up his record as a fighter,
lie is in the hottest portion of the
contest and will stay until the poles
are olosed next November. With
such a pair as Weaver and Field to
lead how can anyone be. weak-kneed
Remember "Jenning's Hotel" is
headauarters of People's party while in
nmaha. Located corner Ninth and
Harney streets. 13tf
Strayed from the undersigned, a dark
bav vearlinff fillev. Good size. Finder
will please notify me or call at Ail ooutn
1 Ninth street and receive reward
13tf C. E. Van Duzkn.
STATE OP NEBRASKA,
LANCASTIB COUNT r.
Carrie Christian Miller,
John h. Miller:
John H. Miller, defendant: !You will take
notice that ob the 25th day of August, 1893,
Carrie Christian Miller, the above named
plaintiff, tiled her petition In the district
court in and for Lancaster county, against
the said defendant, the ot ject and prayer ef
wQicn is to ootain a divorce from you. on the
grounds of drunkenness, desertion and fail
ure to provide for her ror more than two
years last past. You ars required to answer
said petition on or before the 25th day of Oc
JLARRIK CHRISTIAN MILLER,
By C. M. Parker,
A Flattering Endorsement.
Salem, Neb., Aug. 31, '92.
Lincoln Chemical Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Gents: My hogs are improving now
and the last ones taken sick seem to be
as wen as ever. iave lost only one
since commencing to feed your remedy.
r-i 1 11 ii. - r
onau write you again soon, jyianv
thanks for your kindness.
See alv on page 16. N. O. Sears.
One of many received.
OR NO FEE-
A 48 page book free. Address
W. T. FITZQEBALD, Att'y-at-Law,
Cor. 8th nd F St. Washington, D. 0
FOR SALE. : ..
I offer my farm of 200 acres two and
quarter miles north of Wahoo for
rooms down stairs, three up, pantr
and three clothes presses, a good celU
laxza; six acres of bearing orchard and
plenty small fruit; two wells, one wind
mill, horse barn 36x36, room for fifteen
or twentv tons of hav: cattle shed 82 ft.
room for iorty-hve tons of hay, with
stone foundation. Many other im
provements. Terms one-half . cash
down or all. or to suit purchaser. $4U
14tf Wahoo, Neb.
A CALL TO ACTION.
GEN. JAS. g. WEAVER
lias writen under the above title
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