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AfiCII 23. 18H3.
THE AL LI Afl UE - IN D Ei'EiN I) E AT.
e nave lonr ieii me neea 01 a urair
Millinery : Department
connection with our buBiaeas. we
now opening such departmeat,
d all we bare to saylsinatwu
line wui oe in Keeping wiw uur w
Our ambition is to excel not equal.
We feel that our record as
ti -i-r i on arc
i th!acitv wui iubutt tne assertion
T - - . - ..
that we are leaders not imitators.
X7e have secured the services in this
'; department of
MISS LILLIAN HUNT,
'Whe reButation in New York City,
. Boston and Chicago, as a Designer
and Trimmerof Fine Millinery makes
us bold to say that we cannot fail to
. please the most iasuaious.
I I "
4 re now ready for business in this
VTHE LADIES FURNISHERS.
) 1039 OS'-. White Front,
Chas, Trapper & Co-,
FfgD AND HAY DEALERS.
in in car lots (or feeders a specialty. Con
nments solicited. Good sales. Prempt re
us. Refer to Missouri National Bank.
12 th t Hickory Sis,,' Kansas City, Mo.
J. E. JOHNSON, Manager.
"Bee Hives and Sections."
BEST AND CHEAPEST.
rite for illustrated catalogue & price list
Q. B. LEWIS CO., Watertown, Wis.
THE GREATEST OFFER:
v : An SI8.QQ Cart
Ad .8.00 Harness
OP OUR OWN MAK.K
FOR $21.00 m i
St ude baker Bros. M'fg. Co.,
Kansas City, Mo.
, . "AMONG THE OZABKS."
The Land of Bis Red Apples is the title of an
attractive and highly Interesting book recently
IU' d. lulS dook is OMUBommjr uiuBtrausu
th views of South Missouri scenery including
famous Olaen iruit farm 01 a.uuu acres in
.11 a a It- m... n. Ant rolv tn tmtt
inir in i h.t vrAU mill im I fir . mHncu ina
la Slope ui uie uzarKs. uu win prove ui
Value, not only to fruit Rowers, but to
farmer and hougekeoter in otber states
nsiMiiiiF ins- n laiiu nuu tm uuiiidi iiiid uuuia nan
be mailed iree. Aaaress, j. a. s ockwood,
nsnsas viiy, at o.
44 Mill! fa ft mM m m
ADJUSTABLE WIRE BALE-TIE8.
mm I III jfti f M I.
;iaaquanf rs ior mis was. qi mobi
wBXim won prices.
Ai Kansas City. Uo.
m e n ts
e d b y
Omaha Much 3. 1893 Dr C. Gee Wo: I have
been a neat sufferer since a Bmall child with
chronic diarrhoea weak back, headache, and
crippled with rheumatism. I had tried many
; uUvtuiD aiiu ejciiv a gloat vxcaa ui uiuuc, uu v
' relief. About seven tr onths ago I heard of Dr.
! C Gee Wo. commenced takinr treatment and
' an cheerfnlly reccommend him for he has
. UVCU llic nuu awui a uxjtw meal vt wci
Fbank Goooall, Omaha.
The Kentuoky-bred Coach Horse,
beautiful rich brown horse, 16 bands, corn-
size, great nnisn, pure, toric gait ana
His Sire is Fred Patchen, son of Mam
Patchen 58 dire of 18 8:.M trnthnri nr1
siresof 132 trotters in 2rH) er better: dam
'At highly finished horse Imp, Yorkshire.
Ct naed his herse I am not in the horse
Iss- He is elegantly broken, anywhere or
.and is sold to so fault. He ii yonng,
dand very handsome, and I offer him at a
t so low that at a I0 service fee will
I than pay ror himself this season in anv
action of the country. Write me.
U. tv. uockkell, t mcoin, tveb.
ERRY BOXES MID BASKETS
WELLS HIRMAM Prt
' MICHIGAN BASKET rACTOPV 'i
ST JOSEPH. MICH, .nil!
iKNII FOH ILIUSTRATED PRICE .jjigti!!'
Nebraska Fannera' Alliance.
J. a. Powaaa. President, Cornell.
W. A. Potwtib, Yloe-Prea , Albion,
J. M. THOMTtea, Stat Im Iineeln.
a, C. FAiacaiut. Lecturer, Oaklale.
B. F. AtlM, Chairman, Ex. Com., Wabasb.
A CALL TO ACTION.
Addreaa of the Executive Committee
of the P. A. L V, of Nebraska to
The executive committee at its last
quarterly-meeting fully discussed the
present condiUoa and requirements of
the Subordinate Alliances, and de
termined to use every legitimate means
to revive and build them up education
ally and otherwise. Realizing that the
successful efforts of all human enter
prises are found in organization and
h r ' s
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7V . I, ' IMA'1 .miliptl.l WJj.lHil UiLIW Jli.iiJj.gl.ilLt!j;!.aiTOa ;
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It is with pleasure that we present this week the life-like picture of the champion trotting stallion, Guelph, record 2:16$, public trial 2:121
Guelph is champion of the state, having trotted the fastest heat and the fastest thre heats ver trotted in the state by a stallion. He has been a
coneutant campaigner. His Bull Dog finishes ha,ve won him many laurels in hard fought battles His record is no measure of his speed, as he has
trotted a mile in 2:122 He will be campaigned this year and barring accidents he will crown bis name with a mark of 2:10 or better ere the
season of 1893 is brought to a close. . - ' ' - . - ...
Guelph is a horse of commanding appearance n combines rize, color and speed and nls breeding is In line with the man other good qualifica
tions that he posesses. His Sire is Princeps sire of 37 in the list 22 sons with 53 in the list, 22 daughters with 26 In the list.
Guelph'B dam is Merry, by the great producing ton of Hambletonian 10, "Metsenger Durock." His second dam is Bonnie Lassie, by
Hamiltonian 10. His breeding is of the best. It Is the blood that has produced all of our great trotters Guelph has proven himself a great. Sire
as well as a fast horse. He has sired Manneta 3 year old record 2:24, Anxiety 4 year old, record 2:23, Guelph Jr., 4 year o!d record 2:26i and
quite a number of others that are able to go in the list when ever called upon to do so. Guelph's services are placed within reach of all. He i
standing for less money than any stallion in the state any where near his equal. No one can lose money breeding to him. His services lay at
the nominal fee of 150. This horse with his stable companion, Monti Carlos, brother in blood to the great Jay Bird. Sire of Allerton 2:09i can
be seen at the Gue lph Barn corner 24th and O St , Lincoln, Neb. Messrs. A. T. Turney & Sons ara practical horsemen and train their own ani
mals. Send for th eir catalogue. We wish them success.
in that direction only, lies the remedy
for the wrongs and injustice from which
the great agricultural class now suffer.
The right to use a larger share of the
products of our farms must be secured
by a concert of action in every direc
tion. This is a remedy by salutary and
peaceful means, and all feel that a
remedy of some kind must come soon,
If the great producing class continue to
isolate themselves and ignorantly fight
each other the remedy must come by
force Then it will be by organization
but of a very different kind; instead of
being voluntary it will be compulsory.
The wrongs to be righted are the same
Under that condition after all is done,
and the struggle is over, the same
great producing class must proceed to
earn and repair whatever has been
sacrificed. Let us be wise in time and
return at once and permamently revive
and restore to activity those Alliances
that are now in fatal apathy and create
new lodges. To do this will require
the united effort of our best energies.
To do this there must be ' no more
quarrelling among friends; the enemy
is sufficiently large to satisfy the pug
nacious disposition of the most belliger
ent. To do this and make a move in
the direction to concentrate the force
that is scattered, we recommend that
with the assistance of the state lecturer
and state secretary, the local author
ities in the several counties set a time
and place for holding from two to four
meetings in each county and provide
the audience- and the means, eo that
the lecturer or whoever may be sent
by the state secretary to ' supply the
wants of any locality in reviving the
old, or organizing new, may do so with
satisfaction to all concerned. Do your
part, and the committee will, on reas
onable notice supply all demands in
time lor you to properly advertise for
either open or closed meetings. . P
Brothers, let us remain steadfast to
(the principles of the alliance. If we
are true and loyal to the in the day of
our triumph will surely and quickly
come, and our victory will be fairly,
B. F. Allen, Chairman Ex. Com.
Hamilton Coan ty Alliance.
Hamilton Coutty F. A. & I. U. will
meet In Aurora on Saturday April 1st
All former members of the alliance are
cordially invited to attend.
M. H. Sevekt, Ses'y.
THE RIGHT TO WEALTH.
The Third Qaeatioa In the Man
The third question of the Alliance
Manual Is "Who Is best entitled to the
wealth created?" I think it was Vol
taire who said there was no danger of
disturbance lurking, in a 20 volume
folio which cost a hundred francs or
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a. " .i 1 H. -
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more, but it was the little simple prim'
er that cost a couple of sous or less
the little leaflets loaded with pertinent
inq uiries cast abroad among the people,
that carried the seeds of reforma ion
and even of revolution. So this simple
question asked in the manual is of
mighty import when answered in de
tail. The fieriest and longest struggle
of mankind with man has been over
this question. The proposition that
the individual who creates wealth has
not the first and only right to it
is within itself a monstrous proposi
tion. But man has drifted far away
from his primeval si ate. As man arose
above savagery to partial civilization
the same struggle increases in intens
ity and broadens In scope just in pro
portion as man by his grjwing intelli
gei.ee brings into use the natural for
ces. History bears record that the
most of the se whose labors and genius
have conferred lasting benefits ou the
race have died in neglect poverty ad
want. Under our civilization it
apptars that the best grabber has the
bust right to the wealth tbat labor pro
duces. As near ' as can be calculated
the effort! of an intelligent man who
has been industriously employed for
the whole year has by his labor created
$1000.00 of material wealth and, it
makes no practical difference woether
it is on the farm or in the city. Now
what proportion does he appropriate to
his own use or that of his own family?
The reports show that in the United
States about woo; in the countries of
the old world $316. This shows clearly
that producet s have the first and best
right to less than t of what the lab
orer produces The exploiting class
are found every where. Only last
week a whole day was spent by the cor
poiatlun attorneys to prove that the
various systems of railroads in the
state were upon the very verge of
bankruptcy, while these attorneys and
lying managers were very careful not to
tell the members of the legislature tbat
they were at that very monoent draw
ing from $10 000 to $20,009 as salaries
This is from 3 to 6 . times what , their
services are worth f r ' any purpose.
Every dollar , of these . salaries was
produced by men who receive less than
$300 a year for their labor. Had these
men any desire to inform the legisla
ture of aay facts that we all would like
to know Not a bit of it. Their piles
of statistics were most of them lies
made on purpose to confuse and be
wilder Instead of instruct. Had they
the least desire to Instruct an Ignor
ant legislator they could have Informed
him just what it costs to transport a
passenger or a ton of freight over their
road a mile. Or they might have ex
plained why the classification sof
freights were upon the values carried
instead of services performed, and ex
plained why they charged nearly 100
per cent more for carrying a ton of
hard coal than they do for carrying a
ton of soft coal over the same road.
Another illustration: John andJames
were brothers on the farm, went to
school together. James was one year
the older. They left the farm and
school at the same time to make their
way in the world. James went west
took a large farm began raising cattle,
and putting their hides and beef upon
the market for a living. John went
into a bank and went to sklunlng
,1 1 ti .,-i1vt
I dollars for a living. Now at the end of
4U years now does it stand r We find
up m John's feet the finest of James'
calf skins for boots; upon James
but the coarsest f hie cow hides; on
James' table we find the
cheapest of his own meats and fre
quently not anv; James lives in a
shanty only one degree removed from a
hovel. John lives in a two story brown
stone palace furnished with all the
magnificence and luxury of a prince.
Nor is this a 1; James has raised a
family of children 2 girls and 5 boys
great stalwart fellows with constitu
tl ;ns like iron, wi.h the endurance of a
mule. Their great hands ennnot be
hid, they are found every where, the
IVaders in aw, divinity and physics.
Joan's children are two a boy and a
girl, delicate and refined oh how
sweet, and and as useless as
she is beautiful. The boy a veritable
Ward McAllister Neither of them
ever have had occasion to exercise
either mind or body. This is an un
natural condition for both. James has
earned too much, saved too little. John
has saved too much and earned too lit
tle. So it is clear under the present
order of things tbe man who earns
or produces wealth by his labor, his
riwht to it is the last and least to be
recognized. Allen Root.
Fat cattle wanted at the Alliance
market, 327 So. 11th St., Lincoln Neb.
St Joeph Buggy Co. Best buggies
and wagons Send for catal-gue and
price list 608 and 610 S. 5th St. St.
No farm or village lot complete with
out them The grape can be grown as
easily as corn. I will furnish tbe fol
lowing sorts, well-rooted, No. 1 stock,
by tuail postpaid, 10c each:
Concord, Worden, Niagara, Brigh
ton, Elvlren, Ives, Ay a warn, Catawba;
or 1 Con ord and 2 of any of the above,
3 for 25c. ' In large orders I will make
low prices. 1 Fay Prolific Currant,
10c 3 for 25c.
M D. Tiffany.
' 116 So. 29th st, Lincoln, Neb. 1 ' '
Subscribe for Th Alli anck-Indipkn
dent; ' " . '
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Endorse The Alliance-Independent.
Resolutions passed by Uackberry
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial
Union No. 1379, Saturday, March 11,
1893, in regular session assembled:
That we do not endorse the action of
J. Burrows and J. M. Thompson, by
starting another state paper ' and try
ing to wreck the Alliance-Independent
which has always pleaded the cause of
the farmer and laboring class of people
of our state.
Be It further reset ved that we finrilv
believe it to be the intention of J.
Burrows to either rule or ruin the In
dependent party of our state and he
has started tbe Alliance Leader, for no
other purpose than to cause dissension
in our work, lie it further
Resolved, that we - will give the
Alliance-Independent our undi
vided support, and we heartily reccom
mend it as our state paper, and further
that we would kindly ask Mr. J. M.
Thompson to either resign his office as
State secretary and treasurer of the F.
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Mf'!:y. ' '
A. and 1. U. or sever his connection
with the Alliance Leader.
James Coleman, Pres.
, Mrs. D. J. kogers, Sec.
. James Bradly.
The Bart County Alliance .
Will meet in Tekamah at 1 o'clock p.
m., April 1st 1893. The new work will
be given, therefore those Alliances
that have net reported should hasten
to send in their report for March in or
der to receive tfee work. The presi
dents of the various alliances in the Co.
shouid make an effort to be present as
to them the new work is to be given. -'A.
K. Sears, Frank Roth,
Are Yon Going East?
Now just take a word of advice: Let
your next trip be by the North-West-ern
line. Do you think it a longer
route to Chicago than the others? It is
not. It is shorter. Its equipment in
ferior? No, there's nothing better.
Track less smooth? By no means; it is
tbe best. Time longer, and more in
convenient leaving hours? Should say
not. but just the contrary. If you do
not want to leave as early as 1:40 p m.,
just try our "Bueinewa Man's Chicago
Train," leaving at 5:25 p. m., arriving
in Chicago 9:30 next morning in six
teen hours. Anything wrong with
that time Go right on to Boston if
you mutt in forty-five hours from Lin
coln; New York, forty-four; Philadel-peia.forty-two;Washington,forty-three.
There's nothing better than this. Come
and see us. A. S. Fielding,
WM. Shipman, Citv Ticket Agt
General Agt, 1133 O St.
Depot corner S and Eighth streets.
The new spring styles and samples in
suits and trousers have arrived at the
Wannamaker ABrown agency, Lindell
Hotel block, i Prices are astonishingly
ow, within the reach of alL : Come and
nspect the- latest.! t li si
-. ':- Home Industrie. n,t .-,, .
Fat cattle! wanted at the .Alliance
' i i .,.'1 . '' ';,vw,
. .NiUr-Tiji !'v'"M':!',:" ill
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market, 327 So. UtbSt.4 Lincoln, -Neb
IT Is a Fact that for Prairie Plant
ing, Tree grown on Prairies are th , r,
best. You can get them at '-
The Geneva Nurseries.
All sort of them and In anv Quant
ity, from one to a ear lead, at Very
Low Prioea. Our stock Is very com
plete In aT departmenU.
CSAGE PLAITS AX3 FC"EST TREES.
Also a full line of Fruit. Shade
Ornamental Stock, Grape Vines, Roaaa
and Evergreens. Catalogue Free.
Write for Prices. Address,
Youngers & Co,
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated br an anriat of world
wide reputation. Deafneaa eradicated and a
tlretr cured, ot from SO to SO year' standing,
after all other treatments have failed. Hew
the difficulty la reached and the cause removed
fully explained in circulars, with affidavit
and testimonials ot cure from prominent
people, mailed free.
or. a. run tain a, Tioomi, waan
The Paragoa Incubator
Is positively the most practicable and re
liable Incubator now before tbe people of the
West. "Patron Ire Home Industry'' and get
tbe best. We dare come before the people at
tbe (treat Nebraska State fair this year. We
hatched i chicks from 1SI fertile eggs, after
moving the egga and machine several miles
when they were within two days ot hatching.
There being no premium offered at the fair we
were granted the hiohbht award of honor by
the board of examiners. Send for circulars
and price list ot the incubator, which hatched
the cnicaa at the state irair. Address
V- L- TAYLOR,
Box ISS, Falrbnry, Neb.
All Klris of 6ilualzid . Irci Men
Wire work, poultry netting, yard and
garden fencing, window guards, office)
railing, etc. Send for catalogue.
J. W. D. HALL, St. Joatph, Mo.
(1st Edition of S,000 all sold.)
. SKW IDrnON-EBfLAROaD.
190 Pages Heary Paper, low Red,
Price, paper 2M;cleth 11.00. '
Address ThioAllixmci Pub. Co., Lincoln. Vfc.
"Money Monopoly, by I. R. Baker, Is pro
nouneed by representative leaders Is the refoma
cense to be the most eomprehenslre work erer
published on the money question. Irerr aseei
U6n backed op by undeniable proofs. Truly this
Gatllng gun of wage-slavery as alnst plutooratia
oppression." Iowa Tribunr, uen. Wearer's y-
Nebraska Savings Baok
13 and O 8t, Lincoln. '
GIVES ABSOLUTS SECURITY.
Write Uf and We .will Pro it
Fire per cent laterest on sayings "acoounU.
8peolal rates on time deposits.
Write as or call for neat rest pocket meiao
J. G. Southwick, K. B. ToroLBT
President Uashler. '
DROP US A POSTAL 0ABD.
witra soar address and get our ILLUSTRATED
and SE.E.U 1Aini.uuur. irree. I
Y0.1 -f,n buv vmr NURSERY STOCK of as for
ONE-HAI.Fthe PRICE you have been paying
Get rour PRICES and be convinced.
YOU CAN BU Y Uf US
100 s year apples for 8.00,
. 100 1 year grapes for 3.00
100 ttxawberries for 1.00,
and all kinds of stock in the same proportion.
We have 41,000 SHADE TRUSS for LAWNS
STREETS. PARKS ETC. and t.ooo.eoo FOREST
V e carry s full line of GARDEN riiLLU in
We want to mail yon a FINE CATALOUU1T
Sioux City Nursery & Seed Co.
SIOUX CITY IOWA.
Wire Picket Fence Machine.
Lowden's Perfection. Best Field fenee
machine in the U. a Mostly Malleable
Iron. Every larmer nis own renew
builder. Costs from 30 to 36 cents a rod. Writ
for illustrated catalogue t
L. C. LOWDEN. Indianapolis, Ind:
C! fV ID M ror ,L88 Pr bushel
OJCiHiD UUilaW Early White Dent, lowa
Yellow Dent (extra early) and Early Mastodon
three of the largest and best early varieties of
seed corn in the world. Write for catalogue.
K RATBKIN, Hhenanaoan, rage jo., lowa.
I will oav liberally for the names .ind addressee
of persons suffering from cancer. Guarantee a
ermanent cure or no charge. No matter if case
Has been given up by others, write me at once.
Physicians supplied with remedy at liberal dis
count. Full remedy and instructions for self- .
treatment, Sato. "
J tit tlAKKlSa 11 1
M v '.".n , Eutaw, Uran So.. Ala. ;
WEBER OAS AND GASOLINE ENQINZ
Simplest asMl toast rmm-srtm
engines on earth. . j ,,
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I A boy starts It, requires only v
I few mlnatee' atteattoa a dayw
Guaranteed cost of runmnf 1 os.
catalogue. Address Drawee
per hour per M. r. wnw OtW
Wcter Gas Eselne W
KANSAS CITY, BIO.
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