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NhracVa Varrmtra' Atltanra
J. B. PowiRa, President, Cornell.
W. A. Pothtkb, Vlce-Pret , Albion.
J. If. THOMreOH, BUM Seo'y. linaoln.
W. H. Dich, Lecturer, Wahoo. .
I. C. Faibchild, lit Aw't Lecturer, Oak
dale. W. F. WRIGHT, M AM t lClurr,
3 a F. Aluv, Caairman, Ex. Com., wanaao
In tbe beauty of the Wiles
Christ waa born across the aea.
With a glory In hia besom
That transfigure! jou and ire.
Aj he ttrore to make roe hoi'
Let ui atrlTe to make them tree,
81noe Ood Is marching- on.
-Julia ward Howe.
This department will be under thedlrectlon
'of J. M. Thorn peon, state secretary, bbort
Items from Alliances on matter of general
interest, auestlors when dispute hare arisen.
and any news bearing upon I he frrrat work of
our organization will be welcomed by the
editor. Writ plainly, on on- i-ie or the
naoer onlT. and address AI an Depart-
nent" AUJABCa-lNDiPBaDiKT, L.noolu
WewrrrT)iTad to get items from every
county in the stats n conditio or the aiii
Procure Your Cert i flcatea.
St.Louie, Mo., Dec. 8, 1892.
M. ThompsoD, Esq., Lincoln, Neb.
Dear Sib: Reduced rate having
been granted for delegates attend lug
the Nebraska State Farmers' Alliance
meeting, to be held at G and Inland
Neb., December 20th to. 22od, (under
the usual condition that thee are in
attendance at least one hundred by rail
from outside points).
Under this arrangement, dtlpgates
will purchase regular one way tickets
to Lincoln, Crete or ' Hastings, paying
full fare therefore and obtaining of
agent at time of put chase certificate
receipt for fare thus Laid. This re
ceipt, when properly counteoiifned ty
yourself at the meeting atd presented
to our agent at the point at which our
line was lef 1 on the going trip, will be
honored by him for ticket returning
to starting point, as indicated In tho
receipt, at one-third the usual ftt-e.
Please impress upon delegates the
absolute necessity of their procuring
these, certificate receipts for fu l fare
paid on going trip, as it will be imp o
sible for us to refund lull lare paid
returning through any mlaunder
standing of instructions on their part
in this respect. Yours truly,
H. C. TOWNSEND.
, Gen. Pass. & T'kt. Agt. M. P. Ry.
I print the above letter in full that
delegates may understand the rule
governing certificates where more
than one road is used in attending the
Notice that you must get certificate
from agent at starting point.
At every meetine some of the dele'
gates neglect this matter and so fail' to
secure tne reduction in tare. -
The Lancaster County Alliance met
in regular session at K. of L. Hall on
Friday. December 9th. Owing to the
stormy day and bad roads the attend
ance was not large but those present
included some of the best workers in
It was decided that the first meeting
in the New Year should be a "red
letter meeting" as it were and the presi
T"! I dent and secretary were instructed to
J) I issue proper notice to every alliance in
A number of alliances reported hav
ing selected a representative to attend
the Grand Island meeting and those
going by way of Lincoln will leave here
on Monday the lath.
Seward County Alliance.
I Utica, Neb., Dec. 12, 1892.
The Seward County Alliance is here
4 by called to meet in Seward on Satur
day, December 24. lsyz. at i ociock p.
m. Horace Wolvik,
Elisha Kinney, President.
The Labor Movement in. England.
V mi ... . ; l i J tti 1 j I -
$ ue uiueuuuu ui muur iu .cjugiuuu ib
chiefly concerned at present in provid
ing for the lack of employment which
is beginning to be seriously felt in
many industries. t Tho municipalities
and local governii t bodies will prob
ably lend a muo I more Fympathetic
ear to the propost i to provide work
i for the out-of-woi 7 than they have
In S i i mi t 1
aone in previous years, xxic uurnam
miners, by seven to three on a mass
vote, have declared against a legal
eight hours' day. The Railway Amal
gamated Association, by more than
two to one, hare rejected an eight
hours' proposal and declared in favor
of a ten hours' day and a six days' week.
The Church Congress discussed the la
bor question, but no Church, Estab
lished or non -established, has respond-
p ed to the challenge of the president of
tne jliuuco vjungress uu me imujecii ui
unnecessary Sunday labor. The hopes
Df the workmen are turning more and
more towards the municipalization of
usverything that pajs. The London
; County Council, by a decisive majority,
i 1 (n f - ll t
i ue rural iu isvui ui umiug uvui uiuc-
leen and a half miles of street railway,
which at present pays 8i per cent.
t?hey intend not merely to own but to
perate the line; and Mr. Burns calmly
announced mat they hoped to establish
tefore long a universal penny fare, and
at the same time secure their employes
Humane conditions oi labor. It will be
great experiment -this carry i n? ol
passengers as the postoffice carries let-
wrs, lor a penny apiece regardless of
n stance. From the "Progress o!the
World," December Review of Tleviews.
James B. Weaver wlU 'te appreci
ated some day byiH? American people
f4 those whoj iow abuse him the
ret will then the nrst to do Lim
cnor. Yoeir independent.
The election of Clever. made
iiertain that Dan LaUv. have to
w.'t3f least four years bet" be will
be given the Lincoln postofflte A a re
ward for his invaluable service? ) the
Mnnhlinan Tait.iT TXT I H TT- t,
tvpuvuvuu km J " ! l wt U ilvl, .
15 BUSHY A53AS.
Kansas is nowhere if not at the head
of the procession. Two years ago, she
took her place at the head of the peo
ple's party procession and she is cer
tainly holding the place with great
credit to herself as well as the new
party. We glean the following inter
esting facts from our Kansas exchanges
AS HONEST REPUBLICAN.
A most startling and astonishing bit
of news comes from Kansas. A repub
lican hns boen found who will not ac
cept an office although counted In by
the state canvassing board, because he
knows that he was not fairly elected
The case is as follows:
A man named Stubbs of Haskell
county was the-republican candidate
for representative. Rosenthal, a demo
crat was his opponent. Rosenthal was
elected by a small majority. But in oie
county, the clerk in m tklng up the rt
turn to forward to the state canvassing
toard tr&n'sposed the figu'es so as to
give Stubbs the vote polled for Kbsen
thai, and vice versa. This made it ap
pear on the face of the returns that
Stubbs was elected. When t iep.ople
discovered what bad been done, they
made it sa wat m for the county cleik
that he concluded to go awav on a visit
to friends without cer.-mony. He left
a deputy ii the charge of the office
who in resjtt nsj to the popular demands
made a swora btatement of the facts,
which was forwarded to the state board
In Kansa, a board cors tting tof
governor art other state officers, can
vasses the returns on legislative officers.
Although th members of this boatd
were well aw tre of the facts, they d
clared Stubb jtlected. They aUo by
means of secret drawing settled a tie
between a republican and a populist in
favor of the jtarmer. By these means
tho republicans secured a majority cf
three in the house which they propose
to organize, i
Now conies ihe astonishing feature of
the affair: Stubbs writes a letir in
which he say, tie knows ie vu mt
elected, and that he will not tukr
advantage of 'the error comtnitud ty
the county clerk The news has been
telegraphed al) over the country and is
creating almoin as much excitement as
did tho approach "of Bielo's comet not
long ago. The republican politicians
were struck ;t!umb with anazement.
They could hardly realize where they
were at. They could hardly have been
more surprised had the Angel Gabriel
appeared and blown a blast to awaken
the dead. But after a time they re
covered sufficiently, to that s ee Stubbs'
honestly wouldn'tentirely annul their
trickery. If Stubbs wouldn't accept
the seat, they at least could refuse
Rosenthal his seat and thus keep him
out till after ithel house is organized.
And this they prsposo to do.
HE TS3 DOWN.
The paralyzing blow the stale republi
can ring receiyeq from btubbs was
quickly followed! 3 another that fairly
dazed them. Itlaine in the shape of a
very brief letter; !rm Hon. C. G. Fos
ter, judge of thei Usitetl States district
court of Kansas, jan bid-line republican,
and reads as folldws;
United States District of Kansas
Topeka, Kas., Dec 6, 1892. The Hon.
L. U. Humphrey Dear Governor: I
have been standing up for Kansas to the
best of my ability, but when it comes
to stealing members of the legislature
and presidential electors from a politi
cal opponent, yod must excuse me if I
sit down. Sincerely yours,
Y C, G.Foster.
As if to add to the misery and dis
grace Of the Btte ring, lieutenant
Governor Felt of Kansas, a republican
of course, writes' an article for the
Atchison Champion which begins as
follows: - I; $
. "THE PARTY Of LINCOLN."
The idea of 'placing the republican
party in line with th teachings of Lin
coln, Seward, Gidc.in?s and Garfield
gives some of our esteemed republican
contemporaries a bads attack of hyster
ics. There are 6oma churches where a
motion to get back to, the teachings cf
the humble Nazafine would empty
every lashonable pew under its rool.
There are some republican leaders who
are so ensnared by tie! fatness of riches
that it homely Abraham Lincoln or
blunt Joshua Giddiags should appear to
them and ask for a square meal ; they
would shove the visli-ors into the kitch
en to eat with the sferyants and tramps.
It is not. however, case where criti
cism will do any ultimate damage and
may result In sfcrious good. Our
brethren will see it 111 plainly enough
in time. When the t hurch sells out to
Croesus the"p8w8 become vacant When
a party puts millioniars in control then
tho rail sputters take to the woods. Is
it best to tell the truth and look at the
matter as it exists, or to swear that our
party leaders are infallible and cannot
make a mistake? It is better to purify
a body than to destroy it. It is wisdom
to cut off the wormy : branches rather
than the whole tree shall be destroyed
that the worms may fatten."
A POPULIST 4pNATOR.
The Kansas populists are very hope
ful of electing a. United States senator.
The boom for Mrs. Leaso started by the
republicans Is generally regarded as a
use joke by the populi3ts. Judge John
Martin is a favorite candidate of both
populists and democrats, and may bo
the lucky man. He has come out
squarely for the new party.
Liberty of Uocoln reprints a long
lingo of lies f iv ' he column of the
Durham (N. C.) Globe, edited by Al
Fairbrother. once a notorious republi
can rustler in this state, and sends
them out to its readers as facts; when
its editor knows them to be lies. This
is in harmony with the course taken
by Liberty in the last campaign and
proves, u prooi was needed wnat kind
of a bird It is. Crete Democrat
ANALYSIS OP THE VOTE.
The Vote of 1890. and That of 1HX-
Compared by a Bee Correspondent.
The Lincoln correspondent of the
Omaha Bee has been doing some figur
ing on the results of the late election.
The following Is clipped from his letter
to the Bee of December 12:
THE TOTAL VOTE.
The total rote on governor two years
ago was 210,746; this year, 197,473. In
addition to tne vote oo governor this
year there were about 7,000 votes cast
for the presidential electors on the
yarlous tickets that were not cast for
any candidates on the state or eon
grebsional tickets. This fact doubtless
results, to a large degree.f rom the fault
of the ballot law. In spite of tbe fact
that the law has been tested in two
elections, and that its provisions have
been carefully explained, there are
doubtless thousands of voters in Ne
braska who yet believe that a vote
marked for the head of - the ticket
means a vote lor the entire ticket from
top to bottom.
AVERAGE VOTES COMPARED
Of the vote on governor two years
ago, Kicnards, republican, received
68,878; Boyd, democratic, 71,331; Pow
ers, independent, 70,187; Paine, prohi
This year Crounse, republi
ran, received 7o.4: Morton
democratic, 44.196; Van Wyck, inde
pendent, 68,617; Bentley, prohibition
Tho average republican vote two
years ago was ?i,M. 1Mb year tne
average was 80,450, showing an in
crease on the average vote of 7,000
The average democratic vote two
years ago was 64,943. . This year it was
47,201, snowing a loss on the average
vote of 17,74- T0VC8,
The average independent vote two
years ago was 70,550. This year it wai
62.238, showing a loss on the average
vote ui o,ot.
It is interesting in this connection to
compare the vote received iby J. Ster
ling Morton this year wltn tbe total
vote he received when he stood as the
democratic candidate for governor in
1884. Then he received a vote of
57,634 out of a total of 133,555 votes cast
in the state, or a fraction over 43 per
cent of the total vote. This year he
received 44,195 out of a total of 197.473,
or a fraction over per cent of the
VAN WYCKTS VOTE.
Two vears aa-o Powers carried fortv
three out of the eighty-nine counties in
the state. This year Van Wyck car
ried forty-one out of eighty-nine, one
county, Kimball, being a tie. Of the
counties carried by Powers two years
ago van wyes lost Adams, Blaine,
Burt, Clay, Dawson, Hamilton, Hayes,
Johnson and Merrick. But while he
lost the above named counties he
gained Box Butte, Butler, Deuel, Keith,
Nemaha and .Nuckolls. Van Wyck ran
1,933 votes behind his party's average
vote of two years ago, but ran 6,279
votes ahead of his party's average this
year. Taking the average vote as a
basis and charging Van Wyck with the
loss of 1.9.J3 votes over two years ago,
and crediting him with the 6,379 he
gained this year, it is evident that he
received 4,446 votes from republican
and democratic sources this year.
DROUTH IN NEW MEXICO.
Cattle Dying by Thousands Tor Want
Denver, Dec. 9, Aprominentcattle
man from Nortkwestern New Mexico
says the drought has existed there for
more than two years; that all streams
are dried up and that at the lowest esti
mate 75,000 to 100.000 head of cattle
have died from starvation and lack of
water. The railroads are shipping cat
tle out by train loads, but most of them
will die, as they are too weak to with'
stand nipping. Tne winter losses are
from Si to 60 per cent. Sheep are in
almost as bad condition.
Mr. Wolfe's Views.
In a World Herald inierview, Hon.
V. Wolfe expressed the following
"I think the independent and demo
cratic members-elect of both branches
should meet in Lincoln afew days prior
to the opening of tho session and agree
upon a definite plan of organization
one that would be perfectly fair and
equitable to both sides, and then carry
it out to the letter and let the republi
cans sit by and look on with whatever
of interest they may be able to extract
from the proceedings. I would let all
questions of legislation and the elec
tion of a United States senator be for
after consideration. The party or par
tits that can effect an organization
will be able, most likely, to control
legislation and elect a senator. If the
the republicans can buy enough inde
pendents or democrats to organize both
branches, they will be bought for all
purposes of the session where they are
required for party ends."
Gould was unscrupulous and a rogue,
vet never promised a dollar he did not
pay; be was regarded as an honest man
yet stole by cunning trickery millions
of dollars; he was said to possess a ten
der nature, yet made beggars of men
of fortune, robbed his friends of their
homes, and turned the helpless out in
the cold without any apparent feeling
or a word of sympathy. Ho professed
to be loyal to his country, but robbed
her treasury, and her citizens, and
sought to obtain control by chicanery
of her most valuable property. The
Some of the English papers seem to
have sized Senator Allison up as a
free coinage man. They don't know
him as he is known at homo.
In an interview, Rothschild said if
his silver purchs-.se scheme were put in
forco for five years he thought by that
time the gold mines of South Africa
increase their output
sufficiently to justify the na
tions in dispensing with silver.
He should have said: "If we can only
humbug the people of the United
States for five years more, we will have
them so completely in our clutches
that they can't resist. Then we can do
anything we please."
a uod-send is a
"Jay Gould is Dead."
-Jay Gould if dead-"
Along Uie wires tbe menaage sped.
Arrofs Nebraska's plains, the Roekite' slope
From Denver down to Guadalope;
Amid the nrer ceasing din
Of clicking key, the bulletin
Told its quick tale and harried on
From Fundy's bay to Oregon -
"Jay Gould Is dead."
"Jay Gould Is dead-"
The weary operator raised his head
And whistled In a thoughtful way;
"Leath get us all at last- so good bye, Jsy"
Drew a abort stisb, but shed no'. tear.
And wondered if his pay would raise next year
And ll he W. U. would ever recognise
The talent of a man about his slse
Now that -Jsy Gould Is dead."
"Jay Gould Is dead."
On crowded 'Change and bustling thoroughfare
Proclaim the fate of wlrard millionaire;
Bold speculation pauses while It bends
To question the effect on dividends.
And Labor asks while bending on its spade,
'How msnv millions. Pat. that devil Jay has
And guessing at the number, shakes Its head
"It's Just ss well, perhaps, Jay Gould is dead."
"Jay Gould is desd "
The farmer In his field
Reflects, while plowing on tbe coming yield,
And whether when the wheat's sgala In shock
It must pay dividends on watered stock,
Or be can pay his debts an ' r,l ahead
Since "Old Jay Gould is dead.
"Jay Gould Is dead-"
Phall no one drop a tear?
Go tell tbe railroad man. the clear- ,
Eyed switchman at bis post, tbe etigineer
M. P., U. P., Wabash or Santa Fe
And .listen while he wipes the-dust-away;
''Jay Gould is gone. ihe?-well '
There's btftter men, the Bible says, In Hell."
The man of master mind
Rolled up his millions, but forgot mankind
And mankind, struggling for Its daily bread
Hears with no heartache that
"Jay Gould is dead."
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES
Though countless thousands writhe In pain,
That thing without a soul
The trust is certain to maintain
The present price of coal.
The secret is out at last. Tho artist
employed by the Daily Call must be a
woman. No man could matce a Blow
ing of feminine under-garments such as
the patrons of that curious sheet were
confronted with last evening. State
The republican papers of Cheyenne
county aro seemingly mucn exercised
over L. C. Stockton's whiskers, but
every body knows it is not Stockton's
whiskers over whlcn tney are worry
ing. It is his brains. Labor Wave,
The monetary conference now in
Eession in Brussels promises to be as
barren of any practical results as those
which have preceded it. o long as
Europe remains the- creditor and the
United States the debtor nation of the
world no plan for making silver and
gold equal will receive the sanction of
Europe. Sutton Kegister.
It is not intrinsic value that makes
monev. but tne government nat. xnen
why has this government been borrow
inc from the Shvlock's and paying in
tcrcst on what they could make?
Dodge County Leader.
Edison believes that baldheaded men
die young, but the New jots. bun
differs with him and takes the opposite
side. But if the theatre adage that
the baldheads occupy the front row be
true, we are with Edison, even against
facts. Dodge County .Leader.
I believe in protecting what are
called infant industries, but after these
infants get to be six feet high and wear
No. 12 boots it is about time to stop
rocking the cradle, especially if the in
fant tells you if you do stop rocking he
will get out of the cradle and kick your
head off. Bob Ingersoll.
There will bo something drop in the
senate when the proper time arnw s.
Senator Peffer has been in large cities
hunting up the devilish murderous
practices of the Pinkertons. While
there will probably be no legislation in
that direction. Mr. Peffer will be heard
from in a manner that will have a ten
dency to make these despicable cut
throats and their employer snase in
their boots. Wahoo New Era.
It may spem cruel to some people
that Russell 13. Harrison's paper was
c'osed up by the sheriff on the day after
the election, but tne act was really a
delicate kindness, since it spared the
proprietor the humiliation of printing
the returns from Indiana and Illinois.
I will sell either of my fine 2-year-old
boar?. Paddy's Chip is one of the
finest, if not the finest show hog in the
west. Free Trade's Best is sired by
that great show hog Free Trade, that
was sold ror H00. rrice on eitner one
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W. A. Bates, Jr.,
36tf Fremont. Neb.
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