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TIIE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
A PRTf. ft 1QOf
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
A. W. HIatt of Broken Bow has been
appointed organizer of the Industrial
Legion for Custer, Valley, Loup and
Blaine. The Industrial Lejrioa i8
apreadine like a praria fire over the
United States. Loup Valley Alliance.
The prospect for Sherman county i
brifhter than ever before. Yesterday
on the way to Leup City, we could but
note how every acre that has been
broken out, it being cultivated and
seeded. Farmer are busy everywhere
and many are making arrangement
for breaking out more land this season.
Senator Kvle. the biff handsome
PonulUt Dricotaian. caught the chalr-
manshlp of the committee on labor. He
will be on nana at tno nex nuujoww
outbreak to investigate on correct lines.
There will be no manipulating or sup-
pressionof facU. The Road.
Th reniihllean oaneri who talked so
loud In the last campaign aoout now
the eaJsmlt howlers" were slandering
Nebraska, are just now vary mum about
how the republican statu nouse gang
at Lincoln have been stealing from and
disgracing Nebraska. Oakdale luara.
The World Herald and the Omtiha
n' havn nnthlnir of importance to do
bo they are going to compare their city
ubsjription list to see wno is mo lon
gest bug. When they get through
with this lob. if business Is not pressing
thev miaul welifh their cerebellums
compare their egotism, test their avoir
dupols, to see who is the Diggcst gooou
Clay County Progress. m
With what ranldltv this nation is
getting in lino with Kurope in wiping
out awell-to-do dam is amain illustrat
ed by the census bulletins giving the
number of tenant farms in different
states. While in a newly settled state
like Montsna, only 14 per cent are ten
ant farmer, in Tennessee4l per cent
and in Georgia &8 per cunt, are tenant
farmers. In Tennessee 100,000 farms
In round numbers are tenant farms. Jn
Georu a. 102.000 farms are owned by
eastern landlords. Michigan is fast
approaching a similar condition, as
about 2,000 farms were sold by mort
gage foreclosures in one single year.
We notlne from the Breeze, of Wau
neta, and Voice of Imperial, that Hon
John Towers was greeted with good
audiences at both places last week. Mr.
rowers is sn honorable man, a proven
by bis fidelity to the people's party
cause. Although he has been reviled
by his political enemies, and betrayed
by bis pretended political friends, yet
he goes forth with but one object in
view, viz: The redemption of the poor
of all classes from the abject slavery to
money kings. Success will yet crown
bis labor, and right will prevail. Inde
pendent Enterprise, AlcUook.
In 1888 the Democrats sang:
' Four years more and Grover
Will land us all in Clover."
It looks now as if the Democrats had
begun to think Grover had landed them
in iiades. l he Uoad.
ed the scheme of the wreckers. The
paper still lives to do valiant work for
the people despite tbe plot of the H. &
M., HolJen, Burrows etal to crush it.
Mr. J. Sterling Morton and other
enemies of silver have made the state
ment time and again that value could
not bo added to a thing by law; yet he
has in every stump speech in the last
20 years pointed out with much force of
eloquence and logic.how the tariff laws
have largely increased the price of im
ported articles, and articles made at
home have also been increased in price
by reason of such laws, though they do
not apply dirt-ctly to the latter articles.
wnere are tne leiiows wno were so
loudly yelling "Stand up for Nebraska"
laatfalir why don't they take a hand
in helping to land the thieves, who have
been stealing the state blind, in the
penitentiary? That's easy to answer.
Several republicans, who were so zeal"
ously standing up for Nebraska s good
name and credit last fall aro now busily
engagea in Kef ping out ot tne peniten
tiary. They are hiding behind legal
technicalities, from the people they
have robbed for so many years. Wa-
noo ew ;ra.
Thoso word ''Stand uu for Nebraska,'
had a ring in them which appealed to
the sensibilities of tho eltlaon of Ne
braska, But if Btanding up for Ne
braska means voting the republican
ticket that such olilelals as are running
the statu iastltutluaa U luUluud iu
onice, they lose their maglo power,
How would this strike you, 'Stand up
ior mooery, "siami up for bribery;
Maud up for tho vermin ami other
nuisances lit the state penitentiary.
"btaod up for the management of the
Lincoln insane asylum!" "Stand up for
no rauroau u k'iia.itiv' in rv.iubil-
can party is rvniNinslbta for Nebraska's
dtirrswful condition, titand up for
JSrak. Hah! give us rtikU'i
Tho IWaeoa-tadcpvodrot do Dot U
IWwU eensurlns? lb public avt of
any state emr who has eadratorrd to
deal honr.Uy us itU tbe lwpli cf that
tat. Vh such rank faetsas thowi
uatarttud y the It-gtaialh lan-alla-al
i wtwroltWe arw brought to lu ht.
however, Ulu-e it to U tbe soU iua
duty of vry cditsria lb stale h
U al a niou.bi..e for the fang, to
pubiUh thoM fact, aad lt iUiu)4 a
lair aad tttoroufh tavsetlath. Wall
hai th latky trgans in (W
Ur ctnty hav U say ahtiut tt
lb lmirtw;hwKt of the Mat tk4rd
of I'aUto UihU aad ll-illuirg-s by th
l-jtU!lur d,tt a4Va Ay ail h'
tuen i4 y iNWiy, If tha taocuWrt
(4 that tsvdis) board am iaaiaV l
"b ha. it guilty let hm
tfea Kill vaalty uf tH.trsd lustiest,
Tlat uoi'p voalrvikd dtt jMv.rel U
the only republican paper in the s'ate
th&i la ut-!uiuit t)i tuiee mud their
crime. Alliance Herald.
Mr. Wi viand, formerly editor of th
"Coming Crisis," Pueblo, Colorado, will
establish a paper at Greenburg. Indi
ana, about April 10th, which, according
to a brief pronpectm received, wiu
published 4a Ita-licsl Lines of Social
Reform." Missouri World.
It is predicted that Nebraska and
Kansas will in the near future apj
the world with broom corn. The Loup
Valley is well adapted to grow it, and
at $75 to 180 per ton pays. Some extra
good quality bH bru grown la Ivoup
county. Loup Valley Alliance.
There was no necessity for Issuing in
terest bearing bonds during the war of
the rebellion. The American poo pi
would have carried the wholeburden in
the form ff legal tender treasury not
thus saving to the nation $2,500,000,000
in interest; but now, after thirty years
of national prosperity, to issue interest
bearing bonds is nothing short ol trea-
The merciless spring poet aatlr b
times, as a fore-runner declares:
It will soon be in order the garden to
And rake down the hubbies ana bogs.
And plant early pumpkins to fatten
Fo sow the mixed pickles and early
And sti ive with a ihotgun the bust we
To keep on the chickens ana bogs.
We are not iust at present hearing
much about the honest republican ad
ministration, especially in the state of
Nebraska. The good republcans are
silenced for very shame, while those
who have been manipulating the affairs
of the state for their personal benefit
are quucklng In their silence for fear
thev may bo the next to bo exposed by
some committee appointed to look into
ma metbods or conducting tneir orancb
of tho government. These investiga
tions should be continued and tho re
ports circulated amongst the people
freely, not for the purpose of hurting
one party or building up another, but
that the people may know how their
business Is conducted, so that they may
be able to guard against like mlsoon'
duct in the future Ilartlngton Leader,
THE G. O. P. LAMENT.
(Dedicated to E, Host-water.)
Ho, Halting! and Humphrey and Allen and
Come off from the root and explain.
That steal In the I'en and Asylum coal bill
Are causing this terrible strain.
There's Dorgun and Mosheraud Hubbard and
Like millstones tied on to our nock,
Wllh the B"" n1 Kosewater raising a shower
And the water runs bis high In tbe creek.
We're deep In the mire of the Capital Bank.
And the bridges are wanned from the brink.
People's Hun's to be crossed with the foe on
our Hank, t
Come off from our back or we'll sink
So Allen and Humphrey 'and Huntings and
Resign and gt out of the rain.
Penitentiary cell and Any 1 urn coal bill
Explanations can never explain.
The Chat'ron Signal.
We call the attention of our readers
to the W. E. Campe roofing and manu
facturing company of Kansas City. Mo.
whose advertisement appears in this
edition. It will pay those who have
occasion to uao these goods to write this
arm, as we understand they are to be
unsurpassed by any in the market.
The constant demand of the traveling
public to the far west for a comfortable
and at the same time an economical
mode of traveling, has kd te the estab
lishment of what is known as Pullman
These cars are built on the same gen
eral plan as the regular first-class Pull
man Sleepers, the only difference being
that they are not upholstered.
Iheyare furnished complete with
good comfortablo hair mattresses, warm
blankets, snow white linen curtains,
plenty ef towels, combs, brushes, etc.,
which secure to the occupaut of a berth
as much privacy as Is to be had in first-
class sleepers. There are alao separate
toilet rooms for ladles and gentlemen,
and smoking is absolutely prohibited
f or full information send for Pullman
Colonist Sleeper Leaflet.
J. T. Mastin, C. T. A. 1044 O. St.,
E. B. Slossom, Gen. Airt,
The other day, in shaking of tho im
proved facilities for luxurious travt l id
this country says:
"e aro abandoning the old system
wf lighting tho ears with kerosvne
iatups, and more than half the coaches
nave already been equppl with the
rnokt Unpriced and tho safest sytrm of
lighting known in this eountry or
Kurut. With the new I'inUeh laiu)s
there can Ui no pnibUlty of danger
frttm explosion or vtVrniso, as tho
apparatus Is all out side aud under the.
ear, and in the event of mUhap, tho
fluturvs boomi detaehvd and tlto gas
rm H' mto tno air,
I h brilliant PlaUeh light, the finest
car UUitulnant la rsW'ene, now In ux
ttt Union I'a itlo HjsU'in (ulrllls all
tho rvtpiUlt tvndltlotis so bspplly
ny ,vr. ivpi'W,
l arios Ar Halo,
W aerva 4 BitU uorth of Allianoe
IU llutUi it.iinty N.b. 70 avrvs in
culllatltio. iHart feuowd, sod Umm
and Ura, to wells. WUItiva km .
sioa at oae, l'rlo 4 M wt ar.
l0arv( les bith uf At! Urn.
M at-rvs in eulti ration, alt iillaMa.
Prlll0i Hr aw Thsr can b
olhrr laud U-ughl aljiiaia th. so If
dinNl, I' of furlhvr imrttuulart ad
di.. r, ii kLUK,
You, wilt ft irwtt and bur td at
UrlswvU's, It) Month s.itveattt itNwt V '
A POINT FOR LABOR.
EMPLOYERS DECIDED AGAINST
IN A TEST CASE.
THE AM ARBOR DECISION UPHELD.
rh Master Builder of Pittsburg Coavl
td f Couplrae lot InnUtat Ing Vlr- ,
tl Boycott Coiubiuatloaa of L
kor and Capital bcorad by tkm
Jads; Other Labor
Pittsbubg, Pa,, April 5. In the Al
legheny county court yesterday Judge
White decided the famous suit of the
Master Builders' exchange, brought by
the striking bricklayers, finding Pres
ident Ii IL Barnes, William Van.
John Carr and L T. Yodder guilty of
conspiracy for alleged intimidation of
supply dealers who furnished material
to strikers and for also forming an
ironclad organization and refusing to
give tbe strikers work, as a result of
wkieh the men were driven from PitU-
burg to other cities.
One of the strikers. Thomas Bno
banan, brought a civil suit against the
officers and leading members of the
exchange for damages and received a
verdict, and at once began criminal
proceedings for conspiracy.
Judge vvbite, In ehareinc the iurv.
cored labor organizations as well us
combinations of capital. He quoted
from the law of UTi and following the
line of argument of Judccs Ricks and
Taft at Toledo, said mechanics had no
right to strike and induce others to
refuse to work. Such action, ha
said, was unlawful conspiracy. He
then denounced organizations of
capital. If the contractors formed a
combination to prevent supply deal
ers from furnishing material to per
sons not in the combination, it was
malicious and unlawful. He referred
to Homestead and Toledo, and said
tribes and combinations were per
nicious and against public policy and
were becoming too frequent for the
The jury was out only twenty min
utes and returned a verdict against
WILL EVADE THE LAW,
Firemen Outline Their Plan for Coutlo-
ulna; the Pight Powdarly's View.
Teriie Haute, Ind., April 5. The
decisions by the Uuited States courts
at Toledo were expected at the head
quarters of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen. Indeed, the outcome
of the proceedings was accepted ten
days ago as a basis for consideration
of still further complications.
urana Master barirent said when the
first ruling was made that if the court
held the men must not refuse to haul
Aroor ireignt over con
necting roads the men would
be found to be either too ill to
perform their duty or, if need be,
would resign their positions. Ha hud
been in Toledo and bad carefully esti
mated the sentiment among the men.
The boycott provision in the ritual of
the Brotherhood of Engineers has na
counterpart in any of the laws of the
urotberhood of Firemen. Sarcent is
Fersonally opposed to the boycott idea,
t may be Bald that Chief Arthur holds
a like view.
barceut aavs he understand that, thm
firemen would act with the engineers
in their purpose to carry on tho fight
against the Ann Arbor road by such
means as might be deemed most expe
dient and not liable to contempt tro-
ceedinffs. The firemen, he said.
in entire sympathy with the engineers
and would resign their places as an al
ternative to bo subjected to stigmas.
The anomalous situation was in the
fact that the engineers, heretofore the
acceptedly conservative organization
which had refused to join a federation
of railway labor orders inspired by the
firemen, for fear of beinsr classed with
extremists, was now leading in the ex
treme boycott movement What the
end would be, no one at headquarter!
would venture a prediction.
We would call the attention of our
ptrons to the advertisement of the
Excelsior Paint and Roofing Company
of New York whose advertisement may
bo found in auotlior column of this
ibsue. it will pay those who need these j
articles M correspond with them.
You don't know how valuable your In
ventlon may be until you have secured
tho advice of tome patent expert. With
out doubt tho most expprlene-d firm in
this lino of business is Sues & Co , Hoe
ltuildlng, Omaha, whose notice you will
c in anotber column.
Ilarber Jc Fowler have a stcck of gen
era! merchandlso In Iowa, now run
nlncrand dovg ha cash business; old
stUltl euuntry Tarty wishes to mure
to uinooin ana will Uko a part clear
pmperiy aU tuiiitiifo ciihIi, s0 or
w rlWi, kiikh t o wi.f.k,
Ko m 10, lull I) Strict.
l,a to ttriswt.U's for flower, garUnn
ana graa swus. 1KI Houlh KluvfiilU
nu.lm4 turn, merchants, t tanker
aad saivawfn ar Wat In their orUir
at I J m, o f ant In., 11 1) Mrt ct.
Oil tan jfl frrsh gardun n4 yrass
ku at i.riawnui , iKiiuth Eleventh,
lJ'Uti4 trip to Ui tn IViOit Coast.
hhort trtat Ui tho Mountain H. .rU
Th Oat HaltUko,
Tolhwtton Nattinis4 t'arkthe Nt
Win4!fful sl m this conUsnt
INtf et Kuu4, the Xtt41trrranaa of
th I' ItfOiMt,
An4 . ra4'h4 via thw Uaioa IV'Hto
Sslsm. r'it UsUtW InfvtrMaiH'S t
r t. Mati,c.t. a., imi o.,
J It, ttuwuwi. (!, Aft.
(tubsorlha for Tui ALIJAKCM NO
kij 1:1V 4,
aadBrncJ'i V f nL
Wire Picket Fence Machine
Lowrteu't Perfection. Best Field feect
machine in lb I. 8. MoUy MallraM
IroD. Krrtv f aimer bla own Imr.
buiioer. iomi from 30 to at cent aiod. writ
lor illustrated catalogue to
L. C. LOWPEH, Indianapolis, Ind:
Buy you SKEIJ POTATOES from
I. J. HtllOllm. WtBDetaro lltr. MlfB
tbe rbeapt-Ht reliable teed potato dealer in
A merle HlKcanb dlwount lor early orders
v rue tooay, ii wui par you.
CATARRH HAVE YOU COT 'IT?
rv ifso. try my Medicine,
it is a sure cure, l ry It and be coiiviuced. You
will never regret it. Kent bv mall to anv ad
dress, frlre One Dollar. JOHN P. HOhlt, XA
( lark Street. Chicago, Illinois.
SEED corn m
Dent, nold Punt Vellew Dent and BuKrb
Wb lie, bent. like Jl.Zft abuxbel aboard cars
bere. sacks Included. Write for dencriptlve
on uin pauiuie ytara uy man inc earn, no
mil wltb order. J. It. hatkkih.
Shenanrtoab, i'agelo., Iowa.
'Bee Hives and Secticr s. '
.BEST AND CHEAP 1ST.
Write for Dluclra'rd catslo&ue & price list
G. B. LEWIS CO.. Wslertown, Wis,
SOE8 Sl CO.,
Four year' txpetienie ai irirtr in tin
V, K. Fatrnt (fllie Advice frie, no fee
mm me u m in ociaima.
EACLE BRANDTHE BEST
iKiineqiialed for Iloure,
Rem. FnrfOrv to Hut.
Buililinfn and coMa half the price of tbirglei. tin
It i ready for line, and tatily appllid bv
anv one Send Mump tit amrlec, and atate tlzeof
rooi. rUI.MU KOOriNtiL'o.'
Wtw York, W.Y.
Tbe 6etIEou8e for the People
I'kt a to t cent each. Other aeeda chean in
liroiiortion. W e warrant our nee d lo h irn.h an1 r,4
fir,t quality. Send for cataloKue. To anyone
vi.uiiip miup ,v ut K'eine anu rwrKing we will
end a aample packet of our mi fhtE. Anyone I
ikoiiiik cku iiiimum rnrrei ono witn us titlore
Duying. ALL1A1ICS Brr D CO..
CURED : FREE.
We will furniah medicine to cure
OKE HERO OF SICK HOC8
in eatn townehui in the United Matt rRJtE I
Give exereta tflice and numher of begt. Atrial
uily coma jou the express thargis and a report of
the reault of ukirg the nitdirine. Adi'ttHU THK
n m. ii A 1.1. WfcUltlNIl COMPANY, St I-ouis,
j"-i ii' if i imp I'wprr.
1 will oav liberally for the t-amta -ind i,.,i
of ptraona auSiring from ranrcr, (.varnrtit a
permanent cure or no charge. No matu r if cute
naa iwtn given up Dy cithern, write trie at once.
Physicians aupplied with remedy at liberal din
count, toll lemedy and inalruitiona for (elf
Kutaw,fUrn Co., Ala,
Tested - Seed - Corn.
TEGAL TENDER VELTOdT DENT, and
Ii Mills Co. White Dent, ltent in cultivation.
Immense yield. 1st premium and aweepstakes
at Iowa Mate fair In m and '93. iHt atst. IouIb
in 'W. Each took lut at Winter Corn Show in
Dea Moines, Jan. is, '93. suited to Central
Iowa aud aotith. 11.75 per lumhei, Two bushel
urwra, am km iree. rue tor olretilar.
f4 I V.
IA I M I v I
(N3 And upward
Fit like Hits,
War like iron.
Hrt fnf Minpli. autl ruin for alf wsji.
1223 O Street
Krt farm cr final's lot MitituU Uh
nut thein, Th f raiw ran b grua a
cailtjr m'iwi. I will furnish Iks fulKiw
ln inrU U-ntW4. Na I tUn h, by
matt st tml tKi rach.
CitiuHiri, Witrnton. Kiaara, UrUntiHi
Kltlra, Ui, Avawau, t aianU. ir 1
CtforJ and 3 tf asf of th ihti, 3 fur
m'xk la mrtm prlors I lll mavis low
rl-m. I l ajr I'rvlllJtf I'urrul, l(K.
ri.V, H,SA'kWrrl llihrrifs anl
iirwr4't, M, l Tirrxv,
per mx. CT J
II f lfY
' ' "'w
Srad Largest Normal College in America.
Tuaj'aan Jn all
eelliir i..u f,,,m iiw. b,iT-"V."
within the neTm7,ni , . V 7 ,,V"
wunin me next U months. Buy a lot, build a
THE WESTERN NORMAL,
It dated on hfch rnlllnir irrniiii1 nvArlnnlrlrKT m. ri.r.iii Hu. m
iity of Lincoln and ia tbe place to edurate your children. Yoa bare cllv advnti.e iih
amaalraeu of if!J AxvuKn' "I"' W,U ptt' JOT iUielf lo h" . Wealso have wmt
n?ar th? w.2i. Kearitb f,?lleh'eTf roni "i18 thlrtr tei-)ut the thing for gardening, ank
Room 10-1041-0 St.,
Leghorn Flats 49c, in Black or White.
Large Straw Flats, 25c. and Upwards.
NO. 16 Plaid Hibbons to Trim nhrmo Ttr4f u
16c. Per Yard.
You JT111 do wel1 before purchasing a Hat
Bonnet for yourself to Give n . lnnv
w - VV!
100 Piece Dinner Set $q ok
i1!. " m i " " flUed in decoration 18 80
10 Piece Toilet Set-Lnro-A "RnTtrl o no
Baby Cab Department.
Cabs from $4.60 ud. Stfioi wiq0io ah
Big Line of Bird Cages.
BROAD'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
4 A. - I
1124 0 Street.
The representative American and English Wheels
Agents Wanted Throughout the State.
CARRIAGES' Shea buSSybar8alnB advertised by Eastern
I n A C O a h ou se wi 1 1 bo d u pi lea ted I n pooh. . L -..n
Jl. K. Guthrie,
FARM LANDS FOR
V. have and or sa!e in Adams, Hutler. Cha, Cuw D.irulr V,
p.rnas Urwly, (irnr, tiarttold. Illichek. Ihrlaa Hall & V
Iup Uiu;asU-r. IVrltlns, 8htr.a, Valloy and lmr iilSnK
i bM land. Mon to us, and we wilt U thi frTO CI,UI,U," tB N"
Jn?4.oO Per A.QVO Up,
AND ON EASY TERMS.
C. C. BURR d SON.
n II.OurrDtock. - Lincoln, i
, t, mixes,,
tt t. hilr.
I I 1 "! tiMk
Hawkcyc Commission Company.
it x Citr, Iowa,
j IMH),M Sti. nkw XOHX . IKK l D(. I lUua h SnvK,
i 'VAIIA,Mu A Nil IUM
QPAifi AND PBovmiofia,
....... ."' I! Onalai, iKls fir.
f aJ lu
at ,VUual u
1U department-between 700 and 800 students lr
?''.'". ' ! "d we need
w 'TOnimwiw tne students. We ara
z . a . C1"K n!e todotible y(
bouse; it will j.av for Itself wltbla five ye
the seat of
BARBER & FOWLER,
v TRIMMED SAILORS !
plicated In goods and prices.
1540 0 Street,
SALE IN NEBRASKA
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0. D. FRAXtt, ajttf
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