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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
MEETINGS EVESY WHERE.
Appointments for Independent Speakers
j In all Parts of Nebraska.
In Omaha "
Van Wyck's Dates
grader's dates same as above.
Powers and Mc Reynolds' Dates,
Pit ie Center Oct
? . boo
e reeley Center "
The following are a list of the meetings
arranged for Lancaster county:
October 14 Waverly.
peiia, Panama precinct
' Miil Precinct, Cedar Hill S. H.
17, Alliance ball, Yankee Hill Prect.
" Knight's 8 H-Stearns Creek S II.
20, North Bluff, Gas Creek S H.
" Olive Branch.
21, Jacobs S H. Stevens Creek Prco't.
" Garfield Prect.
25, LI tile Salt.
" Hayes S II, Yankee '.Hill Prect,
Good speakers will be In attendance at all
meetings. Committeemen will see that all
bills are posted, waim will be sent in due
season. M. Howe. Chairman.
J. C. Diajcr. Secretary.
fblW Oet. 15, 2pm
iv3 Ireare " 18. 2 "
t' Joint debate
d Rlnud.Oot. 20. 2 om
-. Vi Joint deohte'
Wauneta " 24,2
WoodRiver Oct 14 2pm
Axtell " it. a '
Blue Hill Oct. 19,2 pm
Imperial Oct. 22. 2 pm
pausase " za, z
Trenton " 29,
Fifth congressional district papers please
W. L. Green.
Waliaftft Oct. 14 Chrant "15
Cedar Rapids 'V 17
Fullenon, Oct. 17, 8 p. m,
Albion, " 18 "
" St Edwards " is a p. m.
" . 25
1 and 8 p. m.
J. W. Edgerton's Appointments.
W. H. Dech's Appointments. -
V, O Strickler and J M. Qunnett's Dates
Oct. 20. Edsrar. Oct.
J. M Devine's Appointments.
Bllver Creek, Oct. 18."
Petersburg " 20.
Battle Creek, ' " 22.
Verdegris, " 25,
V ' Carl Brown's Appointments.
Tekamah Oct 8 Arlington "
AWest Point " U Stanton "
iTMadlson " - W Platte Centre "
k David City "15
In the First District.
rr-L 1 . GV.amT rartAAate fnp Ann
. fill i ii iin uuauiyi uiii""'" vw-
" it' Kress on the independent ticket, and Hon. W
ii. UUnam OI JUluuuiu wm n mo
-f ' inir nia As And dates name
Browuvlile Oct 14 Sprague Oct
-.Eterilnir " 17 Johnson
T-r.i.ir " 19 Dunbar
leu. City i Fiatismoum
R. F.Trevellick's Appointments.
niiimhus Oct 8 Geneva Oct
We can't understand why the rcpub
lican state central committee didn't
establish headquarters in the state
house. It would have been a great
saving of trouble and expense. It
would have saved the trouble of mov
ing the furniture down to the Lansing
block and moving it back (but perhaps
that trouble will be saved by moving it
somewhere else). The . committee
could have saved a large amount in the
way of rent, gas tills, etc. Then it
would have been so handy to Tom
Benton's oil room, and so convenient
for Johnny, and Gus, and George to
drop in and talk over the Rewick ex
posure, lay plans forlheir election, and
drop a few nickels in the slot from that
$70,000 of which the taxpayers have
been robbed through their action.
There's a bright side to almost every
thing. The lying habit of the republi
can papers has a bright side. Ihey
have so far reported a decided republi
can victory in every joint debate held
in the stale. Crounse has paralyzed
Van Wyck, Whitehead has reduced
Kem to a grease spot, Andre wrs has
pulverized McKeighan, Meiklejohn has
I cast Poynter in the shade, Field has
reduced Bryan to mince-meat, etc
Now let us suppose tha some republi
can speatcer reany snouia win a signa
victory ever an independent (if suoh
thing can be imagined.) Nobody would
ever know it outside of the immediate
neighborhood where it happened. The"
papers would of course report it under
glaring headlines, and with a long
string of adjectives, but the people
wouw set lit uuwu as omy anoiacr lie.
The reason is now evident why the
republicans located their headquarter
in Lincoln: It would have been incon
venienfc to mov-3 the state house f ami
u T3 to any other point.
Journal of the Knights of Labor
Pick up almost any Republican paper
in these days of strikes and you wil
find a statement to the effect tha
there are plenty of idle men eager to
take the places of the strikers. "Then
tarn to tne political coiumn ana you
will find that so great a blessing has
the McKinley bill been, workingmen
are fully employed. "A funny " old
thing is the tariff.
ILUE VAILEY --
ENGLISH SHIRE STALLIONS AUD HARES,
To intending purchasers of this breed I can show them as good a lot of
young stock from yearlings up, as there is In the west.
TH0R0U3 LY ACCLIMATED. LAST SHIPMENT 1890.
Their breed inffi from tho best strains of prize winning blood in England
coupled with superior individual merit. My imported maroa are superior
any in the west; they are all safely in foal.
All My Stock Guaranteed, and All Recorded
and Imported by Myself.
If vou want a Hacknev Stallion. I have as good as was ever imported.
Come and see what I have got, and if I cannot show you as good stock as any
man, will pay your expenses. Trices as low as tne lowest. M-om
IN DODGE COUNIY,
Ruff School House. Oatober 20.
Olenc e, October 20.
WebBter, October 21.
H ickeson, October 23.
'7 Bprague, " 15,8 p.m.
' U YORK COUNTY.
New York tp, Oct. 25. Waco. Oct. W. '
Arborville, " 27. Bradshaw, " 28.
nwiorn tn 29.
r" Committees will confer a favor by having
ikam meetiniTB inorouKQiy nuveruoeu witu
viiia and inserted In the county papet s.
The Toiler: Grover Cleveland in
his speech to the committee let this
slip: "We see the farmer -listening
to a delusive story that fills his mind
with visions of advantage, while his
pocket is robbed by the stealthy hand
of high protection." It seems that
we have heard a "delusive story"
about the tariff, as the Mills bill only
proposed a 4 6-10 per cent reduction,
and the 1 present Democratic house
never once tried to take the stealthy
hand" of protection- from the 'dec
luded" farmer's pocket.
CREST CITY' FARM
L. BANKG WILOOIMt
Breeding and Importing Establishment, One Mile from Depot, Creston, lowi.
200 Full-Bloodcd Perchero, English Shire, English .Hackney,
an, French Coach, Cleveland Bays and Standard Bred Horses.
I have the largest assortmentiof Eu
ropean Breeds of any man In America;
1 handle none but recorded stock; I do
not permit a mouthful of hot feed to be
given; my horses aro not pampered and
are properly exercised, and fed cool
food, which I think are the main reas
ons why my horses .have always been
successful breeders. t
Come and visit my establishment.
I am always glad to show my stock.
A FEW GOOD DRAFT MARES FOR 8 ALE
When arriving at Creston visitors
will please telephone to the Crest City
Farm acd I will drive in after them.
I am prepared to give long time to
Every horse guaranteed a breeder and
must be as represented.
W. J. WROUGHTON & CO .
Cambridge, Furnas County, Nebraska.
Shire, Clyde, Pcrcheron, fielglan,
Herman, and Oldenberg Coach, French Coach,
Yorkshire , and Cleveland Stallions.
We Handle More Horses Than Any Firm in Nebraska.
We import oar own horses thus saving the customer the middle man's profit. Buyers
have the advantage of comparing all breeds side by side at our stables.
We Have 40 Good Young Acclimated Horses on Hand.
Another importation of 40 will arrive about October 1. We euarantee all our horses
every respect. We make farmers companies a specialty, having a system whereby we
can organize companies and insure absolute success.
We Win Send a Man to Any Part of the State,
On application to assist in organizing companies. We give long time thus enabling pur
chashers to pay for horses from services. Correspondence promptly answered. Men
lion this paper. Address, ,
W. J. WROUGHTON & CO., Cambridge, Neb.
To John Schamp Non restdent Tefecdant:
You are hereby notified that on the 19 day of
September 1892, Alice Schamp filed her petition
again t you in the district court of Lancaster
County. Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which are to obtain a divorce from you on the
ground of wilful abandonment of plaintiff with
out good cause for the term of two years last
Vou are requested to answer said petition on
or before Monday the 7th day of November 192.
Alic Schamp, Plaintiff.
By Barnes & Cummings, her attorneys.
GRANITE and MARBLE
All Kinds of Cemetery Work.
KIMBALL & FEALICK
A CALL TO ACTION.
6EN. JAS. B. WEAVER
Has writen under the aliove title
The Book of the Century.
The grandest reform book now in
print. Erery tbinkiBg voter should
read it. Price, $1.50. For sale at this
Sendfor our complete book list. ..
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All Uud elit-auef Uo .1m
where. Before tou bar,
Mod tump for ettatofoe t.
The Powell A Clement Co,
16S St? ClclmU,0.
: LINCOLN, NEB.
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