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J. T. M. 8 Win ART, flnoreiary f the
Nebraska Mutual Cyolonf, Tr:mrtn una Wind
St.if ji lnsuniBoo Company, FDlTOtt. U
roam u mention t on t'tr, Cyclone or Hail
laiuratu-e sbnu'd be adJr-(n-l to hi m at
By the time this paper reaches you,
those who are entitled to dannge by
hall will have rocived 40 per cent of
the amount ' f their adjusted claims.
We m ike this approprimion because
we receive many lett rs saying that
they will pay at eertaio times, ranging
from January 1st to March 15th. As
soon as we get all that we think we
can collect we will make another ap
portionment of the amount collected.
We bend out this week a second no
tice to delinquents and hope all will re
spond like men should.
We now have a company organized
for the year's work but the details of
management have nut yet been com
pleted. We ask suggest ons from all
who are Interested. Let us hear from
you on the following subj -eta: Would
It be wise to have the membership fee
50 cent and 10 oonts P ir acre, payable
with app lcatlon? Should wo pay a
loss when it amounted to 25 cents an
acre or less? Should m-mbir b com
pelled to give a foauk. ble note for tns
prem um? MetW adjusting los ies.
We want ageni u uvery nel?lbor
hood In the statu to rpix t this
We n-'W have over $230,000 worth of
property Insured. Have boon running
slnca last Ma. wi,.,n a u u i . , v
flrt annual nine tins? will be hold in Hj
fiarlor of th- Lindoll hotul n th v t
ngof January IS, 18'.i:t. All who are
lnieri!.! in um un liisurarfw n n
iorm aw coriiiiify rqni'- o to p
FIRE AND LIGHTNING. ,
x W hop . in ar it, m tu ar
of evwry n unl e in any i u s
soon, if i vi 'g st.tirti c- tn
print an. i ha' -fur uh.) i nc I
tUi"o tW f w y ur m-tnnta' iln
rud thi- wi'lym, riHlii v n.i
in hU line VV n--l ml n
can lihe, a id rh no - I- i ti
PRESSED THE BUTTON.
And the Baby 1)1.1 the lUmt. All In a
A New York lawyer who was on a
leeplng-oar unwittingly caused some
thing of a stir among his fellow-pas-engers.
Every one had gone to sleep
and nothing arose to disturb the slum
bers of the travelers until about A a.
m. Then the . bell in the porter's
room began to ring. It was one of
those ripgs which Bottled down to
hard work at once and, as they say,
just do nothing but saw wood. It was
a steady, perfectly contontod ring.
Soon it became apparent that it was
no sprinter, but a long-distance cham-
Ylinn. fn if. rnnrr nnrt rnnff na nnlv n.n
V -l - -i . i . t
nm ii ic uen etui rwiir iu whjuh. itiuu a
Ished and a Sim Die Died era vu on K
stituted for the Iron olad oath that had
. been prescribed. . In this line was also
the elimination of the section provid
ing for court-martial and dismissal, in
,lace of which it is provided that an
offending member may bo expelled
from a local lodge by a two-thirds vote.'
( Under the revisod constitution the
prime requisite of membership Is that
that the candidate shall subscribe to
the principles laid down in the Omaha
By the tbange thus made the scope
and policy of the Industrial Legion has
been materially changed. From a
semi-military organization it has be
omo a purely politioal one, its purpose
being the creation ef an armv I
chine to fight the political battles of
the Farmen' AUlinii a
. "I'" "
VAND ERVOORT'S PLANS 1
iu Bpeagin? to a .innrnnl .onnntA
last night Gen. Vandervoort said that
ZyA T u cnanses made the organization
uou uoou ireea oi some features that
..viuyuuiuiuuo, uu utners mat were
unuesiraoio. simplicity had neon sub
stituted for complication and all the
ieu mpe uau oeen abolished.
l'.WtwiU 00 yur plan of organ!
70tlAnV ivn,, nl.AJ
."My plan will be to push the organ
isauou immediately. The general
via. wm ue aiter mat pursued by the
r armors-Alliance and Industrial Un
ion, wnicn i consider the most effect
ive over conceived, in tho first , 'place
a state organizer will be appointed in
v.j dujic wim eacn organizer in
cuarge oi nis state the work will be
pushed by congressional districts, ' by
we have our list of
to complete, and also to prepare a list
of instructions. A general list of in
structions will be prepared which will
i a 1 vv 010 10 au localities, and be
u0w mere are instructions to
consider which will be applicable to
f1" locauues, and which will be
At TT a .
iur. vanaervoort in accepting the
position of commander-in-chief of the
industrial Legion read an address from
which the folio wing are the most salient
i am assured that the Legion does
not interfere in any way with any of
the Industrial orders which have so
Kiauujjiionomeir part in educating
Kvr., m aiujjjiy una me ion?
IP t Vintnf Dimnl.l. ..
j, il4 mvu au can unite in one
wmmuu creeo, and the only test of
7.ul'P oe loyalty to the p'attorm
of the Peoples party. It I deemed
that we should many way conflict with
U'U1 Kreai industrial or labor or
ganizations, I would have nothing to
nn upfti If nrr i ... b
omu6 meet te com
blned money powers of the nation in i
,u luu worm nas never
Ttueaseu ano we cannot do it without
a perfect organization. We must in
some way wW-H into one strong potent,
political bon j who sympathise with
. our cause al. Vin and educate the
masses to a 4ll theense of the condl-
thing4.Vn done foach them that
. .... r
end be lost to our parelm
enemy will soon clsAm' 6
hayine done what the iui
THE CROPS OP 1002.
Tli Wheat Ttrld 615.000,000 linshsU
and torn l,62,OO0,000 Uuahrl.
Wahhixgto!?, Jan. 5. The final fig
ures on the crops of 1893 were made
public ly the btatlf 'ician of tJ-! de
partment of agriculture to-day. The
wheat crop is slightly above an
average one in yield and in
volume lias only been exceeded
in 1891, ISrtl and 1SS2.
though the crops of 1889 and 180
nearly equaled it. The area as esti
mated is 35,554.430 acres; product,
515.W5.000 buhhels; value, 5322,111. 881.
In the revision of acreage the princi
ple changes are made in some states
in which the decline of the p-ist
twelve years has been heavier than
had beca reported. There has also
been a considerable enlargement of
breadth the past .vearin several West
ern states. The rate of yield is 13.4
bushels per acre. The average value
per bushel, 02.4 cents is the lowest
avers g.? value ever reported, that of
1881 being 64.5 cents and that of 1887
being 6S. 1 cents. The average of the
crop of 1801 was 83.9 cents. The weight
of measured bushels will be deter
mined later, but it is probable that the
acreage above will be equivalent to
nearly 500,000,000 commercial bushels.
The corn crop is short, exceeded in
quantity seven times in the last ten
years, and only slightly larger than in
1883, 1887 and 1890. Its average yield
per acre, 23.1 bushels, has been ex
ceeded six times in ten years. The area
is considerably reduced, the reduction
being very heavy in the corn produc
ing regions, though offset in part by
increase in the Atlantic states and
throughout tho entire cotton belt. In
the valleys of the Ohio and Missouri
planting was retarded andlimited by
heavy rains which prevented plow
ing. The breadth, as estimated, is
70,620,858 acres. Tho production is
1.028,404,000 bushels; value $642,140,
030, averaging 30.3 cents per bushel.
The estimated acreage of oats is 27,
063,835 a-res; product, 061,035,000
bushels; value, $209,253,611; yield per
AT WORK AGAIN.
Mr. Bland Blocks
Tbe Senate t.aya Axlde Meaure.
Washinotox, Jan. 5. Although
there was a great deal of noise and
bustle in the house this morning be
fore the noon hour, it was caused
mainly by members-elect and visitors
there being but few members in
attendance. Prominent among the
latter was Mr. McCreary of Ken
tucky, who was cordially greeted
by his associates on his reappearance
after tho monetary commission of
which he was a member. When order
had been restored Mr. Martin of In
diana called up the private pension
bills on tho cnlendar of unfinished
business, but Mr. liland of Missouri
became a stumbling block. lie made
no set speech against them but
said that in ' view of the fact
that the laws permitted almost any
one to secure a pension, it
was time for congress to call a halt in
' the enactment of special legislation.
The treasury was in a depleted condi
tion, mainly on account of extraotdi-
ever the United States will recrulate
the value of its own money without die
tation from any foreign power. Then
restoro the silver dollar to a free coin
age. Let the government alone issue
the money, a full legal tender for all
debts. Stand as firm as the Rock of
Agos against a return to the old wild
cat state bank issue of monev. In
crease the circulation to not more than
fifty dollars per capita. Impose a crradu
ated income tax. Establish a postal
savings DanK system and by bring
ing about these reforms restore fallen
prices,, advance reduced wages, employ
the thousands of Idle hauds. Re-onen
me aoanaonoa ana ciosea-aown mines.
Develop thousands of new veins of
shining silver and radiant gold. In
I ncsiiCIU UCCCI U9
Kemove the burden
of debt crushing down the energy of all
uur pcupio m cvt-i jr reiaoiou OI llie ex
cept the 30,000 who own two-thirds of
the wealth of the nation, and thus
bring peace, prosperity and happiness
to a lanu torn wnn conflict and trouble.
Our organization mut stand true to
organized labor everywhere. Sustain
and aid them In their constant strug
gle lor life and hght the btue of the
people with energy and zeal.
We must throw all our weignt into
tnengntiora lair ballot and honest
count and guard the ballot box from
corruption and fraud and see that the
verdict is honestly announoed and de
Oar party is national. It is oraniz
ec in every state. The blue and the
gray march to the music of union un
der the stars and 6tripes. They stand
snouiuer to shoulder in the battle of
oanots againsts tho trusts, combines,
syndicates and corporations that usurp
a (mncr ueiuuging to a iree people
ine dictation m. Wall street must
give way before the onward march of
tne reunited armies. The bupl nntea
that marshal the hosts to , battle call
into line from ocean :to ocean those who
met in deadly contact a generation ago
In the last days of life they will crush
the powor that has enslaved t.hm
since the war, and win a battle for
tneir cniidren and for all ages that
will live in sons and storv.
The southern states have achieved n
great result. r They have polled half
iue votes recorded in Our favor, and all
nave snown a zeal, intellhrenca. mim
age and devotion, unequaled in our
campaign and in tho haDDv dai-9 In
uuiuu wui reurem tneir sunnv lam. nnA
: .-.in j xv . -
arruy tnemseives sniiaiy in favor of
trutn and rigtic The glorious cam
paisrn In the silver states is bflvnn. n
yiaiso ouu we welcome tnem to our
ranks with erlad hosannas of Iova anri
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joy. Organize, organize the Legion in
every state. . . ... .. .
We invite into i ts ranks all
party clubs. All silver leagues, .all
who believe we should, stand in cu,i
lines, come bearing the waving ban
ners that have kissed the breezP ifi nil
our grand meetings in the pat Jtam
pa'gn. Come brave, true hearts, m
selfish souls. Come with an ethusilsm
uever witnessed since tha thr,
nun... v-j . "'irs'"
ulchre from the polluted hand5f Sara-
muuuua mareueu W) save IDO h(y
cen. Come in to protvuce,)r to
save our nomes,jfneard of again.
nation from . . . . .
for O"?" " quantity; 01 supplies are
and paid for bvery legislature.
Tie Icdtptndent State Committee Meets
And Issues an Addrets to tbe Mem
len of the Party.
ALL AEOUT 1EE FINANCES
How Much Monty Ws Collected, and
U Wlit it was Useti For. Seme
Cttts to te Psid.
The Committee's Address.
Tbe state committee of the Inde
pendent party met at the Lindell hotel
on laft Friday. The accounts of tbe
secretary and chairman were carefully
f xamined and found to be all right
Tbe members of the committee dis
cussed thi political situation, hut took
no jgfr on except to issue the following
Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 29, 1892 To
the members of the Teople's Independ
ent Party of Nebraska:
Your state executive committee
signed here below have thoroughly
examined the books and vouchers of
your state chairman, Geo. W. Blske
and the secretary-treasurer Chas. H.
Pirtle, and report the following:
Received cash from the counties,
$1,170.90: from Individual!., $265; from
the sale cf badges and buttons, $40.95;
borrowed from Columbia National
bank, $550, making the total cash re
Ciipts $2,626.85. With the exception
0F the item t-f $265, all money sent in
by ir dividua'n, unofficial, was credited
t the county from whence it came
'1 b- frtau: committee from esch county
ficm which money was received by tn
divlJiiiilh, will nctivo a statement
fcbow'i.g who the individuals were aud
the ant it tiny sent in from their re
sptcive c unties, which has been duly
credited as officially received.
MONEYS PAID OCT.
We find vouchers, checks and other
proper evldcnce'fshowlng that $2,614.56
watt paid out in the various expenses of
PRE SENT INDEBTEDNESS.
We are owing to the Columbia Na
tional bank the sum of $550 and inter
est for two months To the Lindell
hotel for b ardof 6poakers while in the
service of the committee, the sum of
$322.80; a part, of the hotel bill, viz. $100
is a balance from last year's a cou it;
to J. E. Stoddard for photographs, a60;
to Miller & Paine for ribbon, $27 75: to
Alliance Pib ishingcomnany for print
ing, $175; to Bohemia Priuting com
pany, printing, $10; to German Print-
irg company for printing, $3.50:
In a box that was given him by Daniel
George Kennan is desirous of return
ing to Russia, but is regarded with
sucn disfavor by the authorities of
that country that he does not think it
wise to do so.
mu .1 ... ...
xue autnoriues oi tne French navy
propose to confer honor on the "Boy"
wno "stood on tho burning deck."
They are about to name a new torpc
do boat the "Luce de Casabianca."
Ueorge W. Childs has a cabinet of
alter-dinner coffee cups in his editorial
sanctum and it is his graceful custom
to offer every lady visitor to the office
her choice of this very elegant china.
Rev. C. L. Dodson (Lewis Carroll),
tne bachelor tutor of Oxford, and
known the world over as the author of
Alice in wonderland," refuses to
visit the grown-up girls who read his
book wheiuthev were little.
w w r .
Don Carlos, the Spanish pretender.
! j: . ... . n .....
ia uiscuuieniea wnn tne pone, owinir
to his holiness having again taken his
old stand against a marriage between
Don Jaime, his ton, and Mercedes, the
daughter of tho queen regent of Spain.
benator Proctor of Vermont contem
plates erecting in Washington an ele
gant mansion, built of marble from
ins own state and town, and designed
in a Komanesque style. The walls of
the dining-room will be of Mexican
uuyx. ine cost 01 tne residence is
estimated at $200,000.
Canon Farrar has been quoted re
cently as saying that if all the books
m trie world were in a blaze, those
that he would hasten to snatch from
the flames would be the Bible, the
Imitations of Christ (by Thomas a
Kempis), Homer, JEschylus, Thucv-
dides, Tacitus, Virgil, Marcus Aurelius,
uante, Jsnakspeare, Milton, Words
SEEN AND HEARD.
Brooklyn with nearlv l.onn nnn in.
habitants, has 338 churches, exclusive
of chapels and missions.
The statistics of life insurance peo
ple show that in the last twentv-five
years the average of man's life has in
creased five per cent, or two whole
years, from 1.9 to 43.9 years.
The-medals of Columbus sold In
Spain at the time of the Columbian
celebration, like many of the other
objects sold iu Spanish shops, were
nearly all imported from Germany.
J.ne careful revision of the Apocry
pha, undertaken same years aso by
the revisers of .the Old and New Testa
ments is still in progress. The result
of their work will be published by the
universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
Copper continues to hold the firit
position as yielding -an alloy which.
while harder and wearing better thAi
pure , silver, does not alter its c"l"
when present in the proper propoPoV
LWjJdoesCpot interfere vfiw an
Investigation. "L'dos of the, seldom
court inyestigatiens. iByinvita-
A New Year's Wish.
I wish rtro a happr Sew Year! Mr roset
trek your way.
And paths be glad an peaceful on which you
May Koideo shafts of sunshine bring Just a
And gratloiH gifts of p:eai-me hold Just a
shade of pain
For skies are fairer which the clouds may
And pleasures are the best which come wbtg
grief and pain are past.
And If among your roses the Ivy is entwined
Your heart will beat the nearer to the heart
of all mankind.
I wish you a happy Xw Year: Ah: who could
wish you less?
May all the tender charities that heal and
soothe and bless
Be scattered at your feet like flowers, and may
you e'er impart
To all the weary goals of men the joy within
For hearts that hold no love know not the joy
it is to live;
Our lives are measured by the Joys whkh ve
to others give
May charity and kludness your life and mine
My Joys shall be the brighter for the Joys I
wish to you. -Chicago Herald.
KRUSE KNOCKED OUT.
But He Did Not Have to Stay Out
On Friday the Knox county case
came op for a hearing. The evidence
presented showed the facts to bo as fol
lows: Knox county constitutes the Twenti
eth representative district. Two yers
aro the unorganized territory west of
Knox was created into Boyd county,
but w as not included in any representa
tive district. So long as the territory
was unorganized, tbe few scattering
residents were in the habit of vtin in
Holt county, which lies just south It
was included in the same judicial and
congressional district as Holt. Tbere
seemed no reasonable grounds for any
posisble c aim of a right to vote with
One Chas. Norton was nominated by
the republicans of Knox county against
S. G. Kruse, independent. A few days
before election, Norton secured a man
damus from Judge Kincald, or-'ering
his name placed on the Boyd county
ticket. When Kruse's friends heard
of this they got up a petition
ask ng to have Kruse's name also
placed on the ticket, but tho
county clerk ref usi d to do this. Kruse
got a majority of forty-one over Nor
ton in Kn"x county, but Norton got 201
votes in Boyd and Kru-e only four.
The clerk ot Knox gav Kruse the cer
tificate. Norto asked for a mandamus
to compel the clerk to count the Boyd
ounty vote and issue him a certificate.
Alter tae court naa . o'ra- 4t2. nasf
. H I 1 J A. 1
itll' T sulu wuu;u
jut .i ' ifc m fc ii
xne glass 11 1 i,..BiUi gas jets,
and tnus protect the ceiling from
smoKe, made a large fortunei for their
inventor, wnue the inventor of the
roller skate made . over $1,000,000.
ine copper tips to shoes made their
inventor a millionaire, and the gimlet
screw has piled up a dozen fortunes
for its proprietors.' 'Even toys have
made their inventors rich, and for
,tunes have been realized from the
noils that close their eyes, dolls that
cry, balls with return string, and
puzzles in fact; almost any device
that sells in gieatquantitiea however
insignificant it may seem, is certain
to bring very large returns to its
A Spirited Shark Fisht.
The New Zealand Ilerald describes
a desperate fight between a man and
snark: which occurred in Mauukau
harbor. Mr. Henry Jacobson. who is
employed at the North Manukau
Heads as beacon lightkeeper. was out
in his boat about six miles , down the
harbor, when it was struck bvasauall
and swamped, and the occupant left
in the water. Jacobson dived and en
oeavored to relieve the ballast but.
without success. He then grasped an
oar, and, . oeing a good swimmer.
struck out for land, but, asastron
: .1 . . , 15
uue was running, no was swept down
tne naroor, a distance of three miles.
At that point he was attacked bv
large snaric. which grabbed at his
hand. He protected himself, how
ever, with the oar. which he tried to
ram down the shark's throat The
ush then made a circle around him and
renewed the attack. But this time,
nowever. jacobson had his sheath
knife drawn, and desperately stabbed
the shark, ripping its side ODen. so
that the water became red with blood.
a iurtner attack was made when
Jacobson again stabbed the monster
near the tail, and it swam away. At
that 1 time a boat came in siirht and
jacobaon, exhausted, was hauled into
the boat, having been in the water two
Hours and thirty minutes.
mere ore only three words in Ene-lish
mu euu ui - ceea." mev are eroeed.
proceed, succeed. It is interesting to note
vuatomy iour migiisn words end in "cion,"
animy, coercion, epinecion, internecion.
suspicion, and only four end in "dous,"
to-wit, hazardous, jeopardous, stupendous,
The telephone now flcrures as a weather
prophet. It is said that by a certain ar
rangement of tho wires at least twelve
hours' notice of the arrival of a storm is
given. Its warning is in the form of
peculiar noises heard in 'the receiver
which become more Dronounned na tha
Few precious stones have been found In
tho United States, but the number in
cludes diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emer
alds, aquamarines, beryls, turquoises and
garnets. Ihe sapphires and rubies are f
poor color and not very vualuable. Tur.
luoise was workod by the Aztecs before
ht Spnninrds sot foot In Amorica.
18K I'H K ALL1A -lNDKPtfCKENDEIf T from
meow till January 1 1804 Ic.mly $1 '
ALLIANCE STATE BUSINESS AGEI
State Agent quotes prices on the following goods.
A good common flour at 90 cts. per 100.
White Rose ftYur at $1,50 per 100.
Silver Leaf " ' 1.75 ' "
Prime Brow Sugar $4.00 per 100.
Best Granulated Sugsr $5.65 per 100.
Fine Uncolored Japan Tea 25c per lb.
' it -J(. "
Good Coffee 20c per lb.
A full line of Spices, Pepper, Cinna
mon, Cloves, Ginfrer, Mustard, Al
splce, etc., at 20c per lb.
One gallon best coal oil with glass can
J. W. HARTLEY,
interest and a very small commission. Privilige given bon
to pay in installments and stop interest. Money always on I
Write or call on us. gTULIi BROS,,
11TH AND N Sts.. LxINCOLxN. NBBRA8" "
W. C. T. U.
138 S 12th St., Lincoln.
First class table and anr.nd&ao
l.1ir.phf t l! h.v.-e Vlr
Winter Tourist Rates.
Special low round trip rates are now
in effect to Ausiin, El Paso, Houston,
Lampasas, Corpus Christi, Galveston,
Laredo, Kockpoa1, San Antonio and Ve
lasco Texas; also to Doming or Eddy,
N. M.; and to New Orleans and Lake
Charles, La. Thee tickets are good
for return until June 1, 1893. For
tickets and further information apply
to agent B. & M depot, or city office,
corner O and Tenth streets.
A. C. Zeimer.
City Passenger Agent.
iS, MRS. Z. S BRANSON,
S x Breeder of choicest strains ot
.'-Oulist-of choice literatuWfe
rename reiorm books, by tne most noted writers. If you want tc
keep posted on the great questions before the American peoole vtr
uuvyu iauoui iuo ouvuuiiuca,
best books published.
i. j.B. weaver, A uail to Action. A valuable book that
6hould be read by every one, send for a copy. . Cloth and . jGold
Stickney, The Railroad Problem'. The greatest sensation of the
year is this great book on the railway problem by a railway
president. Cloth edition has 1 illustrative diagrams. . . . . .. .$
Hamlin Garland. Mr. Garland is one of the hriiiin
our times, and his pen speaks eloquently in behalf of the toiling "
masses. The following are some of his best works:
''Jason Edwards," Treating of Farm and Factory ; 50
Main Travelled Road,' Six short stories, 50
"A Member of the.Third House." The lobby in politics,.....'.' 50
Ignatius Donnelly, Caesers Column, The book of the centurv. .50
ur, iiuguei, ooutnern story witn moral, ; ...
Opie P. Read. Among American humorists Mr. Read stands' at'
the head, and "as a little humor now and then, is relished by
the best of men" we add two of his books to our list. They
are clean and pure, and are worthy of a place in every library.
"A Kentucky Colonel.".
"Emmet Bonlore," A newspaper man, .'. .'. .'.
wlS.QUAKE Seriks' Comprising the followin'four ' excellent
'Bond Holders and Bread Winners, n King . 25
'Money, Land and Transportation," three essays!!.!'.".'. '. '.". V !25
Industrial Freedom," Four articles from noted authors. . . . . .25
"Esau, or The Bankers Victim." Rinr,
Miscellaneous and special .
"Whither are we Drifting," Willey so
"The Tanners' Side," Senator Peffer of Kansas' " " I
"Thfi fVimincr nilmuT TT,K,1 ' I "
'The Comin? Climax.'
"The Great Red Dragon," Woolfolk
"Looking Backward,T' Bellamy
'A Financial Catechism." Brice
i iittiuiijuouuiety," VOwutrv
'Pizar ro and John Sherman, " M rs.
'A Tramp in Society," Cowdtry
"Labor and Capital," Kellogg
t ' Vi-.fl'4 "
j in umce," laogy 25 ' : .
"Ten Men of Money Island", Norton ....'.'.'.'."' ' in -
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