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THE ALL A NCE -INDEPENDENT.
. 1 . i' 1 i ;
MEETINGS EVERY WHERE.
Appointments for Independent Speakers
In all Parts of Nebraska-
Van Wyck-Crounse Debates.
Columbus, October 1st, Saturday, 2
York, October 4tb,TTuesday, 2 p. m
Kearney, October 8th, Saturday, 2
x Hastings, October 13th, Thursday, 2
v Fremont, October 15th, Saturday, 2
p. m. ,
In the First District.
Hon. Jerome Shamp, candidate for
V coDgress on the independent ticket, and
Hon. W. L. Cundiff of Lincoln wil
; speak at the following places and dates
Table Rock "
Reform papers of the First district
win please copy.
Poyntcr and Meiklejohn.
Will meet in joint debate at the follow
ing places in the Third district:
Stanton, October 8.
Pierce, during fair.
Centerville, October 11.
Silver Creek, October 13.
Kem and Whitehead,
The following is a Tst of the joint
meetings arranged between Kem and
Whitehead in the 6th district:
St. Paul, Oct, 3, at 2 p. m.
Ord, Oct. 3, at 8 p. m.
Loup City, Oct. 4, at 8 p.m.
Alliance, Oct. 6, at 2 p. m.
Broken Bow, Oct. 8, at 2 p. m
Benke'man, Oot. 1,2pm
Grant " 4,
v--. Joint debate
Mlnden Oct 6,8 pm
York Oct. 8 2 pm
Nelson 11. 2
Grand Island 13, 8 pm
Cairo Oot. 15, 2 p m
Holdrege " 18. 2 "
Bed Cloud.Oct. SO, 2 pm
Wauneta " 24,2 "
Hayes Center 2fi. 2
Elsie Oct. 3,2;30pm
Open Oct. 5,
RolBteln Oct. I 2nm
upen uct. iu.
Fairfield Oct. 13, 2 pm
Wood River Oct 14 2pm
ax ton 17, 3J
Blue Hill Oct. 19,2 pm
Imperial Oct. 23. 2 pm
Oaen ' 2j,
Trenton " 29.
Fifth congressional d.strict papers please
DECH AND HAINER.
They Will Debate the Issues in i heir
At a jont meeting of the reprepentativea of
the republican ani independeut parties' cen
tral committees, he d at David Citr. Septem
ber 22, an agreement for a joint debate bo-
' tween W. H, Dech. the people's party candi
date, ana E. J. Hainer, the republican candi
date for congressman in th Fourth congreB
. sional diBtr.ct,was agreed upon as follows;
October 3, Fairbury, Jefferson county.
October 4, Hebron, Thayer counly.
October 5, Geneva, Filimore county.
October 7, Wjmore, Uage county, in the
October 8, Wahoo, SaurdTs county.
October li, Aurora. Hamilton county.
October 11, Yoik, York county.
October 13. David Citv, Butler county.
October 13, Osceola. Polk county.
October 14. Seward, Seward county.
x Ail these meetings will be held in the after
noon, except the one at Wymore, which will
. be held In the cveniDg. By agreement the
forties to the debate will alternato in open
ng and closing, Mr. Hainer opening and
closing the first meeting at Fairbuay.
Bl m Creek
October 10, 8 p. m.
11, a p. m.
12, 8 p, m.
14, 8 p. m.
19, 8 p. m.
Oct 3 North Platte
4 Gothenburg "
" 8 Cozad
" It Revenna , "
" 13 Loup City - 44
" - 15 North Loup "
Van Wyck's Appointments.
Bennett Bept 28 Ashland Oct 8
usceoia Oct 5 Blue H.1I 6
W. H. Dech's Appointments.
Ashland Oot 1 Eagle Oot
ueavcr uros'Bg" 6 York " 8
J. V. Wolfe's Appointments.
Reward, Oct 1 Columbus 30
York " 4 Ashland Oct. 3
BlieHill " 6 Osceola " 5
ueneva 8 Suttoo
North Platte Oct ft Blue Hill "
Genoa 4 8 Button
Carl Brown's Appointments.
Plain view ' " 29 O'Neill
Kwlng Oct 1 Neligh " Oct
Norfolk " 4 Wavne
Pender 6 Bancroft
Tekamah 8 Arlington
West Point " 11 Stanton
Madison 13 Platto Centre
K I wood
W. L. Green.
Oct. 1 Wahoo
" 4 Osceola
" ID Holdrege
" 12 Stockvillo
Mr. George Howard Gibson, Formerly
Editor of this Paper Volunteers Tes
timony Which '"ill Interest its
The readers of this paper who suffer from
catarrh and throat troubles will be specially
interested in the testimeny of Its former edi
tor, the author of "Songs of the People. " It is
Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 27, 1892.
Dr. R. L. Mooeb & Co., M
Gentlemen: It gives me pleasure to add
my testimony to the hundreds who have
been, in the last year, satisfactorily and suc
cessfully treated by you for chronic affections
of the throat and nasal passages. Defore go
ing to you In June last I was for two months
or more under treatment for catarrhal laryn
gitis and pharyngitis, my physician being one
of the best regular practioneers in the city.
He employed the usual remedies for throat and
nasal inflamations, but the disease had be
come so firmly intrenched, having been thirty
years at work, that no advantage could be
gahied over it. At last becoming satisfied that
a thoroughly equipped scientific specialist,
having the best instruments and remedies,
could alone cope with the disease, my physii-
an, who was also my friend, advised me to go
to you and accompanying me to your office
gave me a personal introduction to Dr. Moore.
My treatment began immediately ana the
disease soon began to yield ground. I am now
able to say from personal experience that ca
tarrh can be cured. And I unhesitatingly
commend Dr. Moore & Co. to all catarrhal
There are specialists and specialists- I
shared with intelligent people the common
fear of being impos A upon by charlatans Who
always freely advertise But this reasonable
doubt wa3 destroyed before going to you by
the assurance of my trusted medical adviser
that you were first, regular physicians, gradu
ates of the best medical schools, and that you
had taken in addition special courses to
thoroughly fit you for the successful treat
ment of eye, ear and throat diseases.
Yours very truly,
Geo. Howard Giblon
Neglecting a case of catarrh may cost you
your life, or the loss of sight, hearing or smell
ing. We cure catarrh. We cure all forms of
catarrhal diseases, such as less of hearing,
weak and sore eyes, granulated lids, chronic
sore tnroat, ringing and noise in the ears, en
larged tonsils, hay fever and asthma. Our
treatment Is' the best known to the scientific
world, skillfully and methodically applied.
We cure where other specialists fall, because
we devote our whole attention to this class of
diseases and apply the treatment personally.
Kemember that a little cheap powder blown
into the nostrils will not cure catarrh.
Dr. Moore & Co., successors to C. Warren
Dennis, M. D., Catarrh specialists, Eye, Ear,
woseand Throat surgeons. Graduates from
the best medical colleges iu America. Con
sultation free. Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8.
Sunday 3 to 5 p. m. Office over First National
Bank, O and 10th Sts. Correspondence solieit.
Jennincrs' hotel of Omaha ia
"People's party v hotel.".. Remember
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Wm nf Wmw ft M -.
MAIN BUILDING 265 FEET FRONT.
This famous college is located in the beautiful, healthy suburb of Haw
thorne, and there are forty houses now being built, just out
side ths corporation limits, giving city advant
ages, with country taxes.
From Fifty to One Hundred Houses
Will be needed for the accommodation of students bv September 13 and
the management of the Western Normal College
Guarantee the Rei)fc at. the afce of
$48 a Ioojji for the First Year -
And the owners of houses to receive pay for fuel and light extra. No bettor
place than Hawthorne to build houses for investment. Prop
erty will double in value within twelve months, and
now is the time to invest.
1,200 STUDENTS ARE NOW ENROLLED,
The association has a large donation of lands which they have platted
in lots and have put them on the market at very
low figures for the next ninety days.
Prices of Lots From $50 to $550.
Tako the Lincoln Street Railway corner O and Ninth streets lo Haw
thorne. $300,000 to $500,000 will be put in buildings before
January, 1, 1893. Any parties buying lots can
double their investment in a short time.
Bargains in City and Farm
Always on Hand.
Lots on Easy Payments.
For Any Inf ormation Call on or Address
Barber & F
;his when visiting that city. 13 tf
Room 10, 1041 O St., Lincoln, Nebraska.
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