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WorkofEdooation. "Bund Up
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W. L. OtHM Offcra Words of Kncour
geractu mud Valuable 8une
tiont to tbt Iodepcadanta
Who Will Respond?
Lincoln. Neb., Feb. 9, 1893.
Mt Dear Friend: Permit me to
drop few words to the Independents
of Nebraska through your paper.
The opportunities offered ua at this
time are transcendent! greater than
over presented before to redeem this
tate from the plunderers who have
held It for years put.
Id the election of William V. Allen to
the United Suites senate we accom
plished our first triumph, which can
only result In an Increased confidence
among our people in their ability to
finally gain control of the state.
Then, the (food work, so nobly begun
by the legislature, which we can hope
will ripen Into legislation, will give a
prestige to the party not hitherto en
joyed, and we will not be confronted by
another Taylor In the next campaign,
but can present an unbroken column of
true men, willing to sacrifioe for the
good of the state ad the fiaal achieve'
ment of the principles of our party.
.With these men and increased op
portunities we meet corresponding re
ponding responsibilities, and will be
environed by corresponding dangers,
so that It behoovos every one to put
forth his best effort to patiently edu
oate his neighbor in the new school of
political economy. . We can never win
except by an educated and enlightened
publio sentiment. Parties built on
passion and prejudice may survive for
a time, but they always carry in them'
elves the elements of self destruction,
If we expect to bring abiut a genuine
retorm it must be predicated upon a
well trained publio judgment Our
plain duty, therefore, is to put Into the
nana or tne people good, sound litera
ture. When a man sits at his fireside,
he thinks as he does not at the politi
cal gathering. When we are the far
' the rest from a political struggle Is the
best time to mould the popular will.
Almost all men in their calm moments,
are honest and want to know the truth.
It is In these times that we can do our
best work. If our theories will not
stand the light of sober investigation,
we have no place In politics; but, be
lieving as I do in the righteousness of
our cause, I plead for earnest work in
times of political calm.
This work of education cannot be car
ried on without ome self denld. I
would earnt Btly ask each independent
' in. the state to see that at least one per
son is furnished with one good paper.
Thi will cost but a trifle and lis re
sult will be beyod what you may
think Will vou do it my brother? If
not, why ot? Then you C8n for the
merest trifle get some speeches and
and tracts which you can d siribnto.
Don't let thee suggestions pass with a
mere notice, but go at the woik as
never before. If you all knew the
corruption and misraanagment in your
state affairs a I know it, you w uid
feel deei ly the necessity of "Standing
up for Nebraska," not using the ab ve
phrase as a catch word to cover up cor
ruption, but stand up to redeem Itfrora
its worst enemies, the oorporatlons.aud
n Allow no dissensions to spring up in
wur midft, but be willing to bear and
forbear. Put traitors, and thoe who
want to ''rule or ruin" where they be
long, so far as you t-aa, tut they will
not reach their true condition until the
great judge shall pass final doom.
I would be pleased io hear irom as
many as my feel willing to begin the
work in earnest now. Let us start to
gether as a band of brothers.
. W. L. Green.
Sioux City's Great Show.
Sioux City, ' th Corn Palace City
of the World," is arranging tohoU an
other of its unique aod peculiar festi
vals this year. The date of opening is
fixed for September 20th, continuing
until October 18th, 1893, and the man
agement promises attractions that
shall far surpass anything heretofore
present d. It is expected that many
of the thousands who attend the Worlds
Fair can be induced to extend their
visit to Slonx City nod view the mar
vels in cereal decoration which will be
so perfectly shown, and at the same
time gain a correet idea of the great
est corn producing tenitory on the
The Al' lance Seed House in western
Kansas, although yet a you- g institu
tion, has achieved a marveluus success
in building up a largo patrons g in
nearly every western Mate, simply by
giving good seeds at low prices to the
people. Lookup their advertisement
elsewhere, mentioning this paper.
Write for prices, address the Alli
ance Seed Co., Gove Citv, Kan.
Bound trips to to toe Paoflo Coast.
-, Short trips to the Mountain Resort
. The Great Salt Lake.
Tellowstoas National Park the must
wonderful spot oo this continent.
Puget Souad, the Mediterranean of
. the Paelfie coast
And all reached via U e Union Paeiflo
System For detailed information call
. on oraddrew,.
JT Mastin, C. T. A , 1044 O St.,
K B. 8U1RRON, Gen Apt
MOT EH OS T1IK GIlfcAT COXTKST
lairetlBgIt'msand BayieK Coat
ccrnlag tbo Senatorial Con I eat.
And the Maa Elected.
It was a clear case of the office seek
inc the man, and not the man the of
flee. Judge Allen came to Lincoln to
helo ret the independents in line to
elect another mtn.
The condition of a party is shown by
the candidates it puts forward. The
republican party never thought of go
ing beyond a narrow circle oi inea aoa
true corporation tools.' Thurston,
Paddock and Majors were the only re-
republicans who got more man a com
plimentary vote. '
As soon as Judsre Allen had been de
clared elected, Senator Everett moved
to adjourn. Church Howe sprang up
and said he hoped for the good name of
the republican party tne senator wouia
withdraw the motion. Church Is get
ting a good deal of credit for this act of
courtesy, and he deserves it too.
' Denver News (pop.) The response
of Nebraska to the vote in the senate is
a "corker." It approves senatorial
action by promptly electing a simon
oure free silver populist. Mr. Cleve
land wa quite correct in his declara
tlon that toe silver Issue is "the para
The Des Moines Leader, the repub
lican state orcran of Iowa, says: The
election of W. V. Allen of Nebraska to
the United States Senate Is not entire'
1 v a bad job. The selection of a straight
out democrat wouia nave oeen more
creditable to the sta'e, bnt therepubll
cans will find little consolation in the
outcome of the Nebraska struggle.
Kansas City Star find, dem.): The
new senator for Nebraska was formerly
a republican. Hut as be was driven
out of the party of his choice because
It presisted la advocating pouuci
which he looked upon as being wrong
and aubverilve to the public weal, he
will doubtless enroll himself with the
enemies of class legislation and mono
poly In the upper house of oongress.
Plattsmouth Journal (dem.): Judge
Allen is universally recognized ai a
man of high character for ability and
rectitude of character, wuo enjoys tne
confidence and res-poet oi an men oi all
parties to an unusual extent. His elec
tlon is to the masses of the people of
Nebraska a most frratlfvinsr outcome
of the long struggle, and will give men
everywhere renewed hope and courage
In their battle against monopoly and
the money god. . -
The Kearney Hub (reo.): The re-
publican farce at Lincoln Is ended. Ne
braska falls into line with a populist
senator, by the grace of the solid inde
pendent and democratic vote, j udge
Allen will succeed Senator Paddock in
the United States senate, and while
the result is not what any republican
desires, republicans can nevertheless
be thankful that it is no worse. Judge
Allen is undoubtediy'the best, cleanest,
most capable candidate that the inde
pendent party had to present, and both
that party and the state are to be oon
trra tula ted upon hli election, It being
Impossible to elect senator raddocK.
Judge Crawford of Cuming county
lays: Judge Allen la an able, honor
able and conservative man. When ex
Governor Boyd and I were convinced
that a democrat oould not be elected
we determined that we would do what
we could to secure Wie election of
Jude Allen. Iam satisfied that we
made no mistake in electing Judge
Alb n, and that he will nake us a good
representative. Ha Is with us on the
tar ff and not radical on the silver
question. I have known him evr
since he has been in the state. He
practiced for four years in my court, I
have practiced in bis court. He has
always oeen a man of honor.
Felton of Nuckolls is one of the great
patriots who stood by thH cause of the
people. Saturday nigm be was called
to his home in Nucko ls county where
be found his wife dangerously ill. Sun
day at noon felton burled bis twin ba
bies 1 hough Mrs. Felton was et 11
very ill, she insisted Sunday night
that her husband shou'd return to his
post in order to prevent the election of
a republican. This Is an indication of
the deep interest the women or Ne
braska take in the political situation
and i he efforts for political relief It
also demonstrates that if there were
more Felton I Nebraska there would
be less republican victories.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat (rep.) The
election of Allen to the Senatorship in
Nbraska to succe d Paddock, republi
can, will give popu is's four members
in the next senate fe Her, Kvle. btew
art and Allen. Stewart has left the re
publicans and gone over to the populists
and must Declassed with the latter here
after. If the republicans hold their
own in the states yet to choose sena
tors they will have i rty-one votes la
the next senate and the democrats for,
ty three. The chances are, however
tbat the republicans will lo-e at least
one more vote. Just whici of the other
parties will gain this vote I a matter
that is involved in some doubt.
Metcalf in the World Herald says:
You men who have ssen republicans
exultant in their triumph huld have
sen them derponlentin their defeat.
Many of the repi.blu-aa members bore
up bravely under the trial, but the
hnngers-oa about the stats house wno
have spent years in doing dirty jobs
for repubii -an money It went hard
witti these fellow. It was a h-avy
blow which was a ruck by the p pie of
Nebraska to-day. it was aimed at the
giant of Carngieim and ithltrigut Iw
twen the ey-s. Li If thestorv of the
old man an 1 the pup, it was hard on
republican party, but it aa the m k
ing of Nrbravka. Let all the people
The Chicago InterOo-an (rep ): This
w a he logical outco tia f the situa
tion. The d m crats wanted the e
puhl cans to giiovr t them and help
lect J. Sterling Morton, or mms such
dyed-in-the-wool bourb n, and the re
publicans, on the ether hand, tried to
ret the democrats to htp them elect
Mr, TbuMton. but n'tthtr wc!d have
bee a justified la accepting such over
lures. Ihe senator-elect has a co-id
reeora ana promises to be a conserva
tive, lie is 47 years of age. was born
in Ohio, lived a a lad to his early teens
la Iowa, enlisted at the age lot fifteen
years, carrying a musket for three
years. He is a lawyer In good standing
and stands bigb in Urand Army circles.
He will probably be with the democrats
on the tariff and with the freo stiver
ltes on the money question, but he will
naraiy m a wua-catter.
Abbreviated News From All Part of
. ,: tho State. ;
Fairfield has a college paper that is
issued once a month.
The normal college at Wayne has
an enrollment of 199 pupils.
Five chumps were fined that number
of dollars each for fighting at O'Neill
The new lodge of Knights of Pythias
at tali field has over fifty charter mem
Seventy-nine arrests were made In
South Omaha during the month of Jan
Fairmont is to have a new hotel
Five lots were purchased upon whioh
to erect the structure.
The Chadmn Driving Park assoc.
anon win bold a running meeting on
the 16th and 17th of June.
Shippers of live stock lost a consid
erable amount by reason of animals
chilling to death in transit
Miss Lizzie La Howtz of St Paul
was taken into court for trouncing an
obstreperous kid. She was acquitted.
On account of the prevalence of
diphtheria the school In the Sanborn
district Sarpy county, has been i tem
in some sections or Dodge oounty
dlptheria is raging, and at Valley the
mumps are creating consternation
among the people.
Marshall is in the throes of a relit
lous revival. Many are escaping
Irom their sins and seeking the Lord
while he may be found.
Three emigrants in a freight car
at Exeter were so badly jolted by the
collision o' an engine with the car
that two of them will die.
The town council of Wausa has
purchased ladders of sufficient length
that in case of fire a means will be at
hand to put in effective work.
A. J. Myers of Homer is an "old set
tier ' beyond a doubt. He came to
Covington in 1868, and built the first
brick business houBe in Sioux City.
Private parties are talking establish
ing a normal college at Central City.
The conference building is available
for such a purpose and is for sale.
Farming land In all sections of the
state is in big demand. Buyers are
coming in on every train with bundles
of cash to exchange for warranty deeds.
Tom Ehnrlght, in jail at Geneva
awaiting the convention of district
court was Bent by the jailor after a
scuttle of coal. ' He never came back.
George Dlshong, a fourteen-year-old
boy of Nemaha City, was taken to the
reform school for having stolen a
watch and other valuables from his
Robert Adams of Merrick county
crossed the Loup on the ice and loaded
his wagon with willows. On attempt
ing to return the fragile bridge gave
way and the team was drowned.
A wicked father and mother of South
Omaha deserted their two little chil
dren, and but for the intervention of
neighbors the kids would have fared
harder than the "Children in the
Nebraska makes a fine showing of
irrigation work. It is estimated that
there are now 850,900 acres under
ditch in this state, and new enterprises
are in contemplation for reclaiming a
much larger area next year.
The Jefferson County Journal says
O. lung, four miles north of Key.
nolds, owns a horse that was foaled on
the morning that Abraham Lincoln
died. He is in good health and spirits
and performs a fair amount of farm
The twenty-sixth annual meeting of
the Nebraska State Sunday School as
sociation is to be held in Falrbury en
Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday,
June. 6, 7 and 8, 1893. Thirteen
speakers of state and national reputa
tion are already secured for the meet
John Upton, a young man of Greely
county has been declarsd Insane, and
will be taken to the asylum. He is
harmless, but has a disposition to lead
a secluded lifo or wander away with,
out any definite idea of where he was
going or when to stop. His case is a
Milton Brown of Gerlng. is under
bonds to appear at district court and
show cause why he stole a neighbor's
house. It was a log structure aad it
Is alleged that Brewn has the logs, and
tbe settler wbo was "outer town"
when they were taken has nowhere to
lay his head.
A newly married man of Tekama
went to Blair with blood in hW oye
and a revolver in his vest, looking for
man wbo bad been guilty of mischief.
but falling to find the villain he re
turned home to meditate over the
wickedness of the world and the sor
rows of a married man.
Now is the time to su scribe for a
jroxl we kly paper Thk Al.L!ACE
Independknt is the on you wast.
3uhnorlpt;on $1.00 per ear
CONORESS AS IT It.
A B4r Ttorvathly Carripl aad Sfaaai
Dally Uaacat aaa S:4.
Doubtless the most apparent para
dox la American economics lies in the
unconcealed fear that the people have
of their own chosen representatives
in congress. To such an extent has
this feeling of probable danger or
possible disaster obtained that the
assembling of congress acts li' e a
storm signal upon all business or a
red light to ail industrial efforts.
The people have learned by sad ex
perience that the idea of beneficial
legislation for the genert 1 publio is a
stranger at the capital of t.e nation,
and that private jobs and corporate
deals take precedence over all other
measures. To enact laws for the re
lief of the people is hardly consid
ered, either in or out of congress,
since it requires the united
efforts of all the candid
and honest to keep down
and head off unfair and vicious meas
ures. At the present time it is not a
contest to brin? about tha
o - o .
amount of good, wholesome legisla
tion, out a struggle to prevent the
enactment of corrupt &nd vfolnna
law, says the National Watchman.
many earnest reiormers are disap
pointed in the results of the labors
of the little band of reformers in con
gress. If such persons understood
the true situation they could not be
otherwise than perfectly satisfied.
While this small Spartan band
not been able to secure much reform
legislation, it has been the instru
ment of preventing a vast amount of
mat wnicn was unlalr and corrupt
In appropriations and private bills
alone the People's party in congress
has saved the people more than $50,
000,000. Nothinir discloses the decav
and retrogression of congress more
man me position tbe - few men
occupy and the services . thiw
have rendered the people. I The rules
governing tbat body have been so
manipulated that a few men at the
head of important committees vir
tually dictate what shall or shall
not be enacted. The greater portion
of the work is done , in comm:tt
and the balance of the members
usually stand bv the commit,W m.
port, and vote without knowing any-
ming regarding its merits. The
boodler and lobbyist puts his work in
on these committees. If the steal In
of sufficient magnitude to warrant it.
tne lormation of certain commitiA
enter into the contest for sneakAP.
or even extends to the election of
members themselves. Half or two
thirds of the members of the senate
and house are the paid agents of some
corporation, scheme or steal. Any
measure, no matter what its char
acter may be, can be passed provid
ing there is a sufficient amount of
money connected with it. There is
no job so corrupt, no steal so bare-
iaced, no scheme so eauzv. that an-
not be put through congress if th
is plenty of boodle in it Some
iew years ago, it is said, a man pre
sented an honest claim for $16,000.
He could get no , satisfaction. He
finally withdrew the claim; and
brought in another for til 6.00(1
which was allowed without much
trouble. He put $75,000 where "it
did the most good," and received the
balance himself. Transaction of thia
character are the rule and not the
exception. Ex-senators and ex-congressmen
thronsr the halls of
and unblushingly use their privileges
and prestige to lobby through meas
ures of questionable and dangerous
character. Because of these well-
known methods and the dread of r.
suits people heave a si?h of raHat
when congress adjourns, and thank
Uroa it nas done no worse. Every
thing Is subordinated to the sin
gle effort of gaining a politi
cal advantage. Princples are
left for discussion among their con
stituents and do not interfere with
songressional duties. Let a memW
begin a speech on some principle of
economics and he will emrtv it.KAP
chamber in ten minutes, but let a
miserable squabble over some party
manipulation come up. and. as if bv
magic, every seat is filled and each
1 2 .ii i . ...
moiuuer is attentive ana vigilant.
Unless somethin? of a partv natnrA la
bolng considered, there is seldom a
quorum present, and it is a fact that
the speaker's gavel passes more bills
than a quorum of thenembers elot
This is the power for good or evil
mat mis great industrial reform
seeks to brine back to its original
endeavor and once more make it the
refuge of the people's rights, and the
citadel of their liberties. Tha un
dertaking is stupendous, but a fail
ure means me loss oi all.
They Mads no Mistake.
Dispatches from Washington state
that 'banks and business men
throughout the country" have been
urging Mr. Foster, secretary of the
treasury, to stop the further purchase
of silver bullion.
Recently Mr. Foster kindly hied
him to New York, and in an interview
with Now York bankers intimated
that they made a mistake in send
ing their petitions to him instead of
Bankers and business men'' are
not apt to make a mistake of that
Is not Secretary Foster a creature
of their creation. Did not President
Harrison appoint him on their recom
mendation? Knowing their wishes
on the subject dare Secretary Foster
do other than use the entire power
and influence at his command to se
cure the passage of a bill which has
already been introduced whioh will
stop the further purchase of silver
Those New York bankers knew
what they were about when they rent
their petition to r-ecretai'y Foster.
They made no mista'.re. If necessary
they can "seo" congress later. C'hl
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Paints which peel or scale have to be
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satisfactory repainting can be done.
When buying it is important to obtain
properly made. Time has proven that
white lead made by the "Old Dutch"
process of alow corrosion possesses
qualities that cannot be obtained by
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You can produce any desired color by
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If Vou are going- to paint, it will pay you to
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White beans, honey, sorgham molasses
butter and eggs to sell on commission.
J. W. Hartley,
Notice to Bridge Builders.
Notice is hereby given that the County Board
of snperriaors of Harlan Conn ty, Nebraska,
win receive araoea out Tor tbe ereceuea of an
Irn Bridge acroaa tbe Republican river about
two and one-quarter mllee east of Republican
lty. at a point known aa Horn's Ford: aald
bridge to consist of four (4) apana of sixty (60)
feet each, anl to rest on iron tubing a, the road
bed to be 16 feet wide la the clear and floored
with t inch oak flooring.
Also for one wooden combination bridge at
game place and of game dimensions In every
respect except that same is to rest on stone
Sealed bids must be filed with the under '
signed on or before noon of March 18 181)3, and
must be accompanied by a bond with good
and sufficient sureties in double the amount
of thee -ntr act price In ease the contract i
The beard, however, reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
i - i hand and affixed the seal of said coun
IS Vty this 6th day of Januay A. D 18U3,
(--) THEO. MAHN.
34-4t County clerk.
Notice to Brioge Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Connty Clerk of Baunders County,
Nebraska, until noon of the 7th day of March,
1898. for thefumikhlug of all material and la
bor necessary for the eonstruotion and com
pletion of all pile bridges twenty feet long and
over that may be built durlug the year left In
said county. . .
Said bridges to be constructed of White or
Burr oak, except the raillugs which shall bo
ot pine, and the Jols's which shall be long
leaf yellow pine 2x13. Ail material must bo
ot the best quality, all piling must be of White
or Burr oak and of the neeessary length for
the respective bridges and not measure less
than ten inches In diameter in ceutr of length.
and wbe more than twenty -six feet In length
must measure fourteen Inches in diameter in
center of length, and must be three pile to the
bent Said bids must be on fourteen foot
rnu . wav anil TYinur. ar.au t h. rrim H...I
foot Each bid must be accompanied by plans
and sperificatlons or the same will not be
considered. The Board of County Commls-
No bid will be considered that is not ac
companied by a certified check in the sum of
two hundred dollars as an evidence of good
fait h on the part of tbe bidder. The party re
ceiving contract to execute a good bond in tae
sum of two thouxand dollars for tbe faithful
performance of tbe same. All proposal
should be kddressed to w. O. Rami, County
Clerk, and marked "proposU to bridge build
By order of the County Commissioners of
Saunders County, Nebraska. i 1
Wahoo, Neb., Jan 25. 1893 1 Lm. V
34-t . W O. RAND. ( -v- )
iW Et 5X78 SHE CANNOT SEE HOW
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OXFORD MFG. CO., DEPT. 274 Chicago, III
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD.
BIPANS TABULES are the best Medi
cine kaewa for Iadlg-entlra, Btllaame,
Headache, OoactlpaUon, !? pla, CbtmU
Liver Troubles, Ulxilaeas, Bad Complexion,
Vysentery, Offensive Breath, and all db.
orders or the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Ripana Tabalns oont&in nothlna; Injurious to
the most delicate constitution. Are MMuauit to
take, ssfe, effectual, and (five Immediate relief.
Price-Box vial'). 76 cents i Packatre (4 Ixxm),
S. May be ordered through oearest druwist,
.j uu. muitfra It tJ ut luiui. AlllUtMS
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO..
10 BPRDUE STREET, NEW tORK CTTT.
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JOSEPH. ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS J
CITY, TOPBKA, DENVER, COLORADO 8TBING3.."
and PUEDLO. Fret RecllBlng Chair Can to aad
from CBJC&GO, CALDWBLL, HUTCHINSON and
DODGB CITT, and Palace Bleeping Can between.
CHICAGO. .TTICBIIA and BFTCUINSOST.
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MOINES. COUNCTL BLoFEH, OMAHA Mil LiN
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Via The Albert Lea Rout
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