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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1893)
THE FIELD OF COLD.
Ob, my beautiful Beld of flower-fold-Waving-
your wealth to free
From out of to rreat and (ray a (tore,
Just (pare one bloom to m
So when I sea in some future day '
The flower's faded face,
It will bring back all to my memory
This forgeoua, blooming place!
I will remember each glowing bead
That bends before the breete
la the meadow Land where I roam to-day
Amid toe flowers and trees.
And the dreams I dream on this autumn
Caaties I build so fair
- Will they be crumbled end fallen down.
Turned back agaia to air?
Will naught be left of their gleaming gold
iw tiuxio built uiweri
Will naught be left of my brightest hopes
Bat Just a faded flower?
SHE WA8JTT PRACTICAL.
ft Ne4! Ned! Where are you. Ned?"
Wile Colebrldge's tone was one of
anikms impatlonee aa she came lni
the lilting room of her pretty country
.nous . ;
' The window curtains parted, re
if i .1 t .
Twiog iu toe aeep winaow seat a
little figure ourled up, poring over an
What la the matter?" inquired
neo, in a tieepy drawling voice.
Matter?" tald Ellie, dolefully.
Tead that letter. No. you will go
. to aleep over It I'll tell you what'e
.in it The Ctaitons are coming this
s'! thought they were to come next
.V W I
w 'So they were, and here Charley
baa gone for a week . to Boston, and
Maggie left this morning. She is
only the eleventh girl I have had la
Ned puckered up a pretty rosebud
of n mouth, and it must be recorded,
hocking as it is Ned whistled.
'There's nae luck about the house."
aa clearly as a boy.
Oh. Ned. what can I do?" said
: Kill "there are four people, and how
can I entertain them and do all the
work and cooking for such a family."
"Mr. and Mrs. Claxton, their son
Barry and daughter Laura."
. "11 m yes. I've heard Charley
talk of them!"
v- "Don't you know thorn?" EUle
uked. amazed. ! thought they
were Charley's most intimate friends. "
"Very true; but though Charley is
my brother. iyou must remember, while
;, he was at Harvard forming the ac
quaintance of the Claxtons and various
other people. I. was with aunt Jane at
Baltimore going to school and learning
housekeeping oh!" cried Ned, as a
sudden idea seemed to strike her.
Oh, Nellie, have you got some calico
dreBses and bipr aprons?"
Of course J have!" )
"Soihave I where
had his anchor
Aland mn anmn
where the Dutchman
r athonJa! But Ellio.
water and may other things pertf -w
log tqf the harbor,,. ,ff ;
to v" "ki 0 m0ro W
J? fhe Vextweel, by the
Br . : aia rather wo
wav. t w. .1 al,J
ma"rkable nner0 was a streak
ot insanity fuL Charley made
shristenoi iiu--- ar 0ld.
l Lr You wiU be late.''
mv dear l. ,-,iK,.1 irrc
The dainty table, sparkling la the
Morning light was spread temptingly.
Aew laid eggs, like gold balls. ' were
fried upon slices ot ruby colored ham;
a breakfast to tempt an eplcura chops.
broiled tender and juicy, flanked tho
bam and eg?s; water cresses, all
sparkling with dewdrops; potatoes,
fried to a crisp brown; aromatic cof
fee, fragrant tea and muffins of golden
tint waited noon rood aoDetltea.
Mrs. Claxton could opt restrain her
. "What a treasure 7 ou must have In
the kitchen," she cried. 4f you did
not come down until we did."
"I have not seea her this morn.
ParadU of tha Brat and the Gold
Mia of the BmUer.
"The offer of an athletia club of a
purse of 180,000 for a brace of prize
ngnts between popular bruisers is a
sad commentary on modern elviliza.
tloo," said Professor Felix Howard to
a reporter. ' ln the same paper in
which I read this o'ffer I saw a state
ment that thn uinn nt Kimn.l T
Randal C the great commoner, during
nis long public life, scarce aggregated
1300. 'After navintr his 'fniipril Vr.
penses and setting aside $3(Kf there
... .a'ili.m 1 . . . r i ii : . .
uvtuiug ic i l, aaiu ine wiaowcim
ply in making her report as executrix
to the court.
'Men make lanre fortnnfta In a kin.
trie nifi-ht bv catering to a.
public taste by descending below the
level oi tne orate while those who
devote their lives to the public service
and scorn its doubtful perquisites die
"America boasts that she is the moat
enlightened and progressive nation on
the globe that she is 'heir of all the
ages and foremost in the flies of time'
yet nowhere is the professional slmr-
ger so well rewarded. It is the para
dise of tbe brute.
''Patrons of the prize-flzht delisrht
to compare these exhibitions with
those of ancient Greece and Rome, for
getting that the cestus was most in
vogue in Greece before the vise of
Hellenic civilization, the cladiatnr'a
sword iu Rome when the emnire wm
tottering to its falL It was when the
proletarian rabble ruled the mistress
of tho world, when it raced throno-h
her streets shrlekin? for blood and
bread; when Greek ideals were trans
formed by the Circe of atheism into
brutish beasts: when learnintr had
yielded place to lust, which gnawed
line a ravenous cancer at the imperial
heart that professional thuo's nra
rewarded as they are in America to-
A PECULIAR ANIMAL.
8eema to Be a Cront Between a 'Coon
and Something Else.
While O huntine- recentiv James
B. Peckham. a well known resident of
Preston, near Norwich, Conn., killed a
peculiar animal, the exact pedigree of
which ho is very curious to learn. He
was tramping through the woods
when his attention was attracted to
the animal, which somewhat resem
bled the polecat Carefully approach
ing it. in tlm vrt. . I. ,1 J i - l.lii
1 - vug r . ou.wcucu IU ill 11-
others round the table less tempting, ing it with a club and br.'j.ih't' the
Henry Claxton only knew the parlor freak.bome. ' -
had gained a now charm. The animal is ahmit rihtn
Ho knew that Edmonia wa tnlonta hn unti. .
and pretty he found hnr hgti-i ,!! i
and modest as a violet Th ii. L ... .... ,
. . . , , . "iuun ui uiiin Kiay cotor, iippea wita
beside her. in the tardea in t k... mu?u.i . .
i , ,,. uiun u. juoueau mou very pecui-
lor. on the moonlit Dorch nvi h. .i ...i.i. . ,
onlmS Hey -outh and nose and ears'that closely
I hey learned-d, -,u tn.M- ,i I . "
thov would I: V,".;:' leein are y U(f and -harp and
' ? m "2. r:- "iuK i9J..lverT rnfrwi it ".T Virw-u-nf a
a is l 2 - rz. i0nrth.- wi5 a 11 ex.
u -4a.-cr-r77;i?5 ontie t. cues "---, The ieet m
Rmlttio currouu - . -,i-ish white m ' , . . .,ftaml,5 cre
r .. r ninistui v?w i .1.. artifiH ia mr--t rii .
louu , - VairlBSS 10 ,..,o IS
ing" was the truthful reolv.
is a treasure!"
Five days went ov. and Mm
ton said to tllte.
Do you know. Mrs! " Colebrid
have never seen your treasure? She
does the rooms whil wo are at
breakfast and 1 never saw such neat
rooms; and she sets a table so nerfect.
ly you never have to ring for any.
'You will see her to-nlcrht" M
Ellie; for Ned had actually made
time to go to town and secure a
twelfth domestic, who was belnrr
trained while Ellio spoke: "and I
hall have the nleasura tan nf in.
troducing Charley's sister. Kdmonla,"
This was from Harrv Clnvtnn nh
looked up from the newspaper.
-I want to meet her so much,"
said Laura; "we heard of her very
often when Mr. Colebridca M m
"bheis very talented. Is she not?"
Harry asked. .
"We think so." Ellie answered.
"She plays on the niano hot to
any amateur I ever heard, and sings
remarkably well , She was the best
scholar in the school whan aha YraH-
uated. and she don't tall hAf T
you writes poetrv. real nontrv nt
merely rhyming lines. "
U m!" thought Harry. "A tall,
raw-boned, strong-minded femala"
, And while the thought was in
his mind there entered a lirtln hmr..
eyed mite, with lonir
complexion like a blush-rose. and
sort full draperies of blue and white
muslin. A little creatura with i
sweet voice, and eyes full of dreamy
There was undeniablv a fninn A
In the cullnarv denarimnt
Ned and Ellie slipped away often to
Bupenotenu ine performances of "No.
as Ned called her; but if the
Good Words From Montana,
Wiles City, Mont, Dec. 16, 1892.
Your fayor of the 7 th received. Ac
cept my thanks for your kindness in
placing my request before the news
paper men. Tnclnaeri find nnn itatlai.
for another year's subscription to The
d'Allemand sent me your paper of No
vember 17th. and T thinV It 1 ih
grandest, best written people's party
paper i. nave seen. i nope your clrcu
lation Will double in tha-naxt efr
Yours truly In the work of reform,
' A. P. Flanagan.
t Have Yon Read
"Sight and scenes in Colerador ' '
"Sights and scenes in IdabC and
"Sights and scenes in Utah?"
"Sights and scenes in California?"
"Sights and scenes in Oregon and
"Sights and scenes in Alaska?"
ThislB a set of aix hnnlra hAaiittfullv
illustrated, iuu of story and legend as
well as valuable information for thn
tourist, published by the passenger de
partment oi me union racino system.
Sent free on application and the receipt
of 2c for each book to cover postage.
J.. X. MASTIN, V T. A., 1044 O St
E. B. Slosson, Gen. Agt,
. To arista Trips.
Round trips to to the Paofgc Coast
Short trips to the Mountain Resorts
of Colorado. ' t
Tlio flaai Colt T .1..
Yellowstone National Park thn
wonderful spot on this continent
Puget Sound, the Mediterranean of
the Pacific coast
And all reached via thnTTntnn TuIA
System. For detailed information call
on or address,
J. T. Mastik, C. T. A., 1044 O St.,
E. B. Slosson, Gen. Agt..
Pure Bred Poultry. Whiin Plrm.
Outh Rock. Whitn flumtta Ptlnm
Cochins, Toulouse Geese, ,Whlte Hol
land Turkeys, "White Guineas, Pekin
uucks. ar.ggs in season, rrices low.
W. A. BATHS, JR.,
36tf ( 'Fremont, Neb.
UMCQUUNTE0 WITH THE BEOfiMFHT OfTHISMUIIThiN.-
HUM VALUABLE INFORMATION FR0U A STUDY OF THIS MAP Of
There W Mrs. Colebrlgo
Very mum""""- tha station.
very u- ,,, the swuw
brought her gues u with
During her - A aCel bttd exactly
He bad told bis in the ca
ISea . tnd oi booKs;
Ja hat dreamy and fond o 1 As
dv. till tne . ,nrt in
anrine at the rare - well
PtoMe. "lace rested a shadow oi
matronly face ro extend
anxiety. V be n the having
clover threo weews, b(jar.
leH for a Por breaking the
sama ua", Bho . -av0 love
for love. ' tnn : KUie's room
And Mrs. y -; ,ow up0Q
tint, of a sknl
s probably of
I thvw accot
1 Aonv I am
..youseo. in eau-
in my " V wlve9 and bousoKeap
tbe caU8 g rarlor companions.
ih, ers as well as for taugbt
Boon-as uam ther BU.
. l,n..n ClU,wa, -
j ,uii lonsr. -
the body similar
before in tne . ' learn just
tho annuo,. , .h cu
.r-AIIITl. 1 "
wuwww - ser
Can't Atioru C
MODERN SURGERY IN ALL ITS BR
DR. THAD H. WOODWARD,
SURGEON IN CHARGE.
2 Oouth 4th
: : rrr
OBTAIN CHICAGO PSICES FOB ALL!
Thewar tothliiltHa shin rnur n..
Wpol, Hides, Beans, Broom Corn, Green and Dried Friiits. Vc
w iwi wh job bv ut mi selling these sr
for years Is no reason that von abouid mnHmu tn An t
wv u vu wwt urtu mtlt
make a specialty of receiving shipments direct from FARMERS AND PC
"w rii naae in mis way or any bouse in this market
are looking- around for the eheapest market In whieh to buy your goods, and t
lng in that war. It will oertalnlr nav YAH tA rlrA Am A O ttbtitlnn .1.. V .
able way of olspesing or your preduoe. Ws Invite correspor denoe from N p
ALLIANCES, CLUBS, and all erganUaUoas who fit aire to ship their pi
this market. If requeued, we will send you free at eharge eur dally market
ping directions and such information as will be of service to you, If yeu conk
ping. Wv ( requested proceeds for shiDmenta will b a iwu,i A h.
, wwneaaiv oouae in VUMSCO. Lt Bi hear from von.
duziziERs Morrison & Co...
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 174 South Water Street, C
Reference: Metropolitan V s Sal Bank, Chicago. '
THE DOLT JlR TYPE WRIT,
ABCDEFGHI JKLMNOPQRS TUVWXY
There was a cfP"" thA bridge
ace vvlio warrr: " a Supposed
worid. but eamy and .ouu A, Mgfi cau either su-
cAfi. serpent. a on
" , a man who saw ouc ff .
Till ' .
. lal. novci.
guess; oP"7fr, wh0 confessea
& ElUebad. un;
nav " . pircurasia""
. .v.- nruiure oi Circuit
requi." . aa A .,
oheis noi mo -
think." , Rhe ta a8 lovely a
-You are ...,1 hail
t ' KlUe
ttEtai .L, worries
si ihnr. in n aata
... over - : wjitimiii u vuv v- - nnwar.
XVd "her guest, to pretty a
d descended to the kitchen. uwmodest ana , a u,
U iuu .
rooms u-r- .tB
, an1 Put t!a
7 - who sa .
m to a uui' ,
Ho was a ca P 'emplyers dis
harbor nis "-"fl. j ti,..
came co tv.ev
t -U.tm rti:ili3v. v
couldn t n - - - tlj
. i. t.nau
the pre--.- for as V
rm going beWw
lO ffot BO
a liar as
rd to see
ud was thera w. - fc a.. Bussw-- .a,,
twW into. , J.-- -d; fcbio Wess &
. HOW ,
rt,t folks Ukenbstor
. vnowtbe origin oi
hidden under a tran9form
i "nr.v.V.atert oi servants.,;
iBsnertnw -'-, pan 0I ots
rr the table stooo. a p .
' .rtbtasdowa broiru
. I UUU !-. m IrlTTRIl IU I I .rtT
aad long (Wif. beP curled up to hooking name- ;
ik. window seat her .Jf- " - d8 Goodncne -
be looking miles away. --u
- oaoK - and long
MUro ratner ww-. . t naU ww- m. ver eyos eoi": --
. rr.rva, urer oi me the winaow --nd her nanus w"" 'i- os sen
Pqiuk ohacKeu t"- . ., miles , , tnreo wv 1
niuucu .. .. ..lig. ip&ujiui" i. . nnii.
aroew . -T .fa- had some -
ed therewith. Ui, wile ha nol
atKA U aa a " A. Tlir Bi i
not to come
Ellie smueu. nup invisible
first cut"Di ,i
here wuou j-- j nave wonaereu
Yes. my .- - The one
why you Lomoai-etoher,
iyou have now u-.- - - Wny d a
Inrrrnid she drink, after alir-
sne . i-aye. bne v
hrWgft . , he astonished
Mv aeari v" . , . .
old lady. are jokvog-
I was never more , terw Ue4
mo." said ElUe, and gave a d
account ol ner v
devotion. , , ouid dream she
i '-We"' der that sleepy
hid so mucu ufted the oniy
manner. Yo 1 ,1 can
care irom iuj - w wittt mj
congratulate "-''ft Shields in Texas
v I whole heart.
.jMblng. W""" m the
ntlnwthe dlning.roT ft
- . tt At P.nU atawaw a- ,
best cow- a.k oon
saewy damas-n -.
ihe People L
. gaowy ii-M as a leather,
i askets ot . cake cream
glass Bowls oi itcher. and
and sugar l ! green
there. . , .AmPinc. while Ned
Wghe stood "Kef and blsculU
the bell . ott want me, " she
..You can ring jo - tne tea
4 putting courtesy
fore vanisnia . ,.
Xniai"' n Cue8ts. w
present Ned .15' v Noting that
5 not touch tTTt'1- M,A-ment o!
tVill vou kindlv hi,. . " - ... an evi
... . , aere " .
V some KicKing. r. x. ,ir tare anwus" -- "
iald ."the-DeoDlelovetobehlie i"y t?ndl.
l.a.V -t' t .j tne. loiiowios u
uu.x u. Aiuiuo v porounuou Wi" ve- blue ev
that he knew what he was Uv.ii rjugo, niov
about However I am getting bo ,; J
that I don't enjoy it as well as sonfe
do. . ' -
usiv at o
s Vrauce. H l
that they w-V
kind ot api. -
i ... ! Pfl.
Two ol tne p'F'
.k! were derived al
trees in "S'"
pip in- "
A Maine man wtj
lng a cornel dio
tmt, lor ua
- mifftriSl B cicit
sot well under v.
tion wo w
- Vol nonoo ui
Job caused a n
mnsii- ... v.
..ntJbv a esncSr a oound of
v-i" . .
wa9( same ronna was re pea tea
roslt wjok me ninu
ed of hear-
as he had
an in ques-
r, called for
but a few
In the Nebraska Farmn t1 tho .Ituvii
Nnnmtwii T fin1 alrnn. T tne K00"
Ihls case and the case
The wav of the offiaial
just o ginning to jrros
the bills allowS
k C.B-t-. a
philanthropist, who is
de in a smoking car occa-
, cAprcsseu nis inienuonoi
ilund for the assistant 'nf
Umoke and yet are too poor
p. tobacco. His purpose is
by h standard of the wlfelsed
travsls at the4Mace& We doubt, h.l ftver,
The Direct Rout to and from CHICXGO, ROCK
""""i "JitniBI, BEa MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS, OMAHA, LINCOLN. WATEETOWN
SIODX FALLS. MINNEAPOLIS, 8T. PAUL, ST
JOSEPH, ATCHISON. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
CITY. TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS,
and PUEBLO. Free Reclining Chair Cats to and
from CHICAGO. CALDWELL. HUTCHTSSOW
DODGE CITY, and Palace Sleeping Cars between
miL&viu, iwiliA and HUTCHINSOS.
SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
?Hb.Ss,SM't?- Fr Reclining Chair
ir': 'ys.iween Chicago. DRi
muiajiB, yuuMUii, BLUFFS, OMAHA and LIN
COLN, and between CHICAGO and DKNVEP
COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLOvla StTjoeeDb?
orKanjM CityandTopeka. &cuom dallSS
"i"""" voojy ""r ,""n nal ie, rortiand. Lot
AmrelnandSan Franclaco. The Dlreit Mn. tAtSt
ftom Plke'e Pea. Maniton, Garden of Che Godau U
Via The Albert Lea Route.
MlnneaU and St. Paul, wiOi THROUGH Reclining
Chair Can FREE, to and from those point and Kan!
KLlt',i-.lhJwLn Chair Car and Sleener tetwem
rwiK-opira un am BMz jraus via Bock bland.
The Favorite Line to Watertown, Sioax Falle, tbe
8uoimer Rnorta and HuatlDs and FiaUaa GrsuulaiS
.Tick?U1U,:,sJyd,!,JiOT dedred loformattna
l.r T j lrlTMTf1 nr annreai
C ST. JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN,
vWIMnoaeet. . : Genl Tkt a Paaa, Agt,
AI A MTCH Te dlri of all sol-
r w aL (lien who bAet4
- - - mmmm un
s ed a lesa number
ot acre loan leg
tS' ' "lu aae nnai proof on the came.
, UIDLAW DALE-TIE CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF I
in i i
AD0U8TABLE WIRE BALE-TIE A.
Hsadquartars for this Class ef Goods
WBOT FOR PKICES. i
tafionA, Kansas City, Us
:uYon will lie a long tine Head
To Be Happy Buy A
WttkeraphlH Bon. Ox Kuir M Hill i
Mi Miwun u4U wimmJ M UM ham, thu otiM. bHIi
.i, . ..... . , . . . , , . , . .
kMk.n. Tha Du Kal TM It . (NT inri M
m.juikm.1 mnud fin. w4 ta. te w ksn
nr Mm Ttr bn.17, mm.,, ud duuLi, ittowuL
iHanofactured by the
MARTIN A MORRISSY MAKUFG CO.,
ATFull Circle, All Steal, Rapid, Dur
able and Light Runner.
ALL PRESSES FULLY WARANTED
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.'
r t . tnfliioricoB,
rlte oI28 000 afethat &l problem, is r
18 Oi coujv . . wvArv ia. unable tn.lim
w to'M-.PJJSsrht because Wtf wh vVpa
UjX Nnea's eyes ViSCr'
ru V V Subscribe
A wondprfHlly cheap, novel and useful machliie.'.doiiiff the
nrinan Ivna nrrita nJ t . U : ,i i i , i .. " .. . i""""J v'
V. . i " "l"'" rapiuiiy. wiieg a tun letter sheet. anY'
ww.Don,aoiKiius weuasa worm or victor. Feeo and nks automaticallv t
Price $1.00 Each, bv Mail 15c Extra.
T. J. THORP & CO., 320 S. I I tl
Just the Thing for a Christmas Present.
rCQTCAl I PflH Pfl General Produce Merg,
representatives of Y
State Alliaace and well known in NAhraaira n .lu. r . 1
Ty war uoa(
Potatoes. Onions, Apples, Cabbage, Hay and Oats. Wti
have a heavy game trade in Nebraska and Wyoming. We have an estab?tt
trade ior all the above meationed artioes, and by shipping direct to us yout
get all the value there is in the goods. Write tot prices and shipping instl
"0n8-. . Befepence: j MetropoUtan National Bank, Kansas City, Md
ACOT C A I I rrKKAirrimt iJLS
w L-i- i rnuL ywivimioolUIN UU
423 Walnut St. Kansaa Cltv
A NORTH BEND NURSERIES.
$ ? LAROC 8UPPLY OF
y Trees, Plants, Ornamental Trees, fehrubs R Evergreens
' Large Stock of Best Old and New sort! of Strawberry Plants.
Peraat Tratta for Claims at law Prima. Write for SPfdiAL
tabllshed U 1882. Snd for price list to
. lortk Ba4
8acosaor to BADGER LUMBER CC
Wholesale 1 Retail Uumber
, TELEPHONE 70..
0 ST. BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TH L! jfcoiN, NEB
ISLAND 1 DOUGLAS
St. Louis, Mo.
a-' ' est. ) 1 1 1
she co it?
hat is a synon
Onlv one made that successfully
bicycles $18 II 3lls corn with the shuok on as well
TWTl1l'ti. . .11' IllllW5agn3
CORNER THIRTEENTH V . A1 STREETS. LINCOLNA
Bttor. yn kar,
IThE POWIU CiniEIIT (vX
All Kindaee oajiry Work.
1629 0 8t. ,,nort,
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A WW 1T1 Vnl
a Peaitivc Cora ftlker, J .
lag Iuihing. Caw lorlr. i
muTOiBeroin- ' t
vm.rn.thMi Kfl. J. Xi
never bean knot Sergea
ovmaii. wnvu.M.. i.
a written jrnsr T, ' ,
to refund toeo. n.csui
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