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APRIL 20, 1883.
THE ALL! AiNOE-INDEPENDENT.
cure a rn Bee Bids
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Four vcar't cxDcrience as examiner in th. IT. 8.
Patent office. Advice free, no fee until the patent
Best apd Cheapest.
Write for free illustraUd
G. B. LEWIS CO.,
No. 2. South Water St., - Wetertown, Wis.
A TRIP TO THE
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If you wish to vliiit the GREAT WORLD'S
TAIH tChieKO WITHOUT COHTfO YOU ON
jnt or moniy on money, on easy conoltiuns,
writs m once. Enclose rrference aud sell ad
4resfed stamped envelope to
WORLD'S FAIR ENTERTAINMENT CC.
McVlcker's Theatre Uldg., Chicago, Hi..
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated by an aurist of world
wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and en
tirely cured, of from 20 to 80 years' standing,
after all other treatment have failed. How
the difficulty Is reached and the cause removed
fully explained In circulars, with affidavit
and tonilraoulals of cures from prominent
people, mailed free.
Dr. A. FONTAINE, Tacoma, Wash.
The Paragon Incubator
Is positively the most practicable and re
liable Incubator now before the people of the
West. "Patronize Home Industry'' and get
the best. We dare come before the people at
the great Nebraska State Fair this year. We
hatched 92 chicks from 121 fertile eggs, after
moving the eggs and machine several miles
whea they were within two days of hatching.
There being no premium offered at the fair we
were granted the highest award of honor by
the board of examiners. Send for circulars
and price list of the incubator, which hatched
the chicks at the state Fair. Address
V. L. TAYLCR & Co.
Box 435, Fairbnry, Neb.
Wire work, poultry netting, yard and
garden fencing, window guards, office
railing, etc. Sena lor catalogue.
J. W. D. W. St hi tan. Mi,
at J3.00 per doz
en. I COQfOCU
tive First pre
miums at the
Studio 1214 O st. Open 10 a m to 4
p m, Sun-
"AMOXQ THE OZAItKS."
The Land of Big Red Apples Is the title of an
attractive and highly Intereslng boo-- recently
lssa d. This book Is handsomely illustrated
wiiL views of South Missouri scenery including
(he famous Olden fruit farm of 8,noo seres In
Howell county. It pertains ent rely to fruit
raising in -h t great fruit belt of America, the
southern slope of the Osarks. and will prove of
great va up, not only o fruit Rowers, but to
evvry farmer and b.ous,kii,er in other states
looking for a farm and a home. This boon will
be aialled free. Address. J. H. ockwood,
iS Kansas City. Mo.
I n e i a-
e d b y
Omaha M irch 3. 1893 Dr C. GeeWo; I have
been a great sufferer since a small child with
ckronio diarrhoea wek back, headache, and
crippled wi n rheumatism. I had tried many
doctors and upem a great deal of money, but no
relief. bout seven ontm ago l nem oi ur.
C iee Wo, commence! tak nn treat en and
can cheerfully reccommend him for he has
ured me and made a new ma. oi me
Kbark Qoooall, 4, Om ha.
Tne Kentucky-bred Coach Horse,
" Beanti'ul rich brown horse, 18 hands, com
bining nze, great finish, pure, lofty git and
speed. His hire Is Kred Paw hen, son of Mam
ferino Tstchen f.8 (tire of 18 i:!W trotters aud
trandsiiv of 13S iroiter In i:3i) er belter; dam
by that highly nn sheit home Imi , York'l Ire
I do not need his nor I am not in Ike lion
business. He I elegantly broken, anowhxre or
place, and M so d lor no fault He Is oimg,
nurf and very handsome and I offer hliu at a
price to low that at a 111) service fee will
aiore titan py r himself this teatoa la any
action of the country. Write me.
C. W. Cotbbrll, Lincoln, Neb.
(Ul B illion of S.ftW all sold.)
90 Pajies Hcitt P.Der. Sow Rud.
Price, paper fee; cloth II Ort.
Address Tan Aluacb Pus. Co., Lincoln. Ne
"Money kUmapnto, by R. H. Hiker, tro
nouH'ti.l iiy rrwntallv l Lrin the rt'nni
0iiM u fa the oiiMit eoinrrheii.lr wurl vt
)iulilth'l on Ilia uwnn ii'imlna. Kwrv aw
(ion buried up b Nmlrnianl prmtK 1'ru jr irw
,Uui f un uf.w lvry tut plu. ril
ilpreuinti." Tiikiutte iu. W'wri i (.
1 anil O St.. Lincoln
UIVKS ABSOLUTK SECURITY.
JfriU Ui and W will Pror H
f1 vent liirM on Mt1ii armuuu
ial " on Uu deix-.ll-rtie
ua of rail M lat (iwlet mm
so-l m .
I, U. tWtVawira, BMLTisixsv
f MAacrACTUBERs or
All Kinds of Galvanized Iron
1 1 a. J
Nebraska Fa rac ers' Alliance.
J. H. Powiaa, President, Cornell.
W. A. PonriBK, Vlce-Pres , Albion.
J. M. Thompsob, State Beo'v, Llneeln.
a. C. Faibchild, Lecturer, Oak dale,
8. F. Aixbb, Chairman, Kx. Corn., Wabash
In the beauty of the Uilea
Cferist was born across the sea.
With a glory in his besom
That transfigures you and ase.
As he ttroye to make men holy
Let us strive to make them free,
Sinos God is marching oa,
Julia Ward Hjwe.
We would be glad to ret items f ram
county in the state en condition of the
An Important Letter.
Just before going to press we receiv
ed a lengthy and important letter from
Brother D. F. Allan. He deplores the
(act that State Lecturer Fairchild has
been compelled to retire from the field
for the want of fundi, and calls upon
tne alliancts to tally to the rescue.
The letter will appear in full next week.
SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSIOK.
1. Senate File 210, 'the street rail-
woy bill." (Printed on page 2 )
2. Resolved, That strikes should be
SUBJECTS FOR ESSATS.
A visit to the World's Fair.
The value of a good garden.
"The Golden Rule has no place
SUBJECTS FOR 8PHECHES.
I. What I would do if I were a con
2V How often should county alliances
3. What about the 'A. P. A?"
4. The cure cf the trust evil.
Perkins County. The Perkins
County Alliance will meet at Grant at
10 a. m. on Saturday April 29, 1893.
A full representation is very essential.
Secretaries who have not reported
will please do so at once.
T. A. Clugston, Sec.
Cuming County. The Cum
ing County Alliance will meet
in Beemer at 1 o'clock p. m.,
April 29, 1893. It is earnestly detired
that delegates from each subordinate
alliance be sent to this meeting, as
matters of importance to the order will
be up for consideration.
The presidents of the various alli
ances in the county should make an
effort to be present.
Herman Laase, Pres.,
C. A Snygg, See
a Nemaha County.
Alma Alliance, Nemaha connty sends
in the following resolutions:
Resolved, That we condemn the ac
tion of Messrs Burrows and Thompson
who having once owned and con trolltd
our party organ, and having sold the
same, have now started another paper,
which if honestly intended to promote
the up-building of the party and prin
ciples, is of very doubiful propriety,
and be it further
Resolved, That we heartily endorse
the present management of The Alliance-Independent,
and pledge to it
our earnest su pport. Edward Lash
J. D. Stone, Sec'y.
Pres. Edward Lash.
J. M. Root.
Madison Co. Alliance Resolutions.
Madison, Neb., April, 5. 1893.
At a regular meeting of Madison
County Alliance held at Battle Creek
April 1, 1893, the following resolutions
Whereas, It has come to our knowl
edge that certain dealers in imple
ments, seeds, binding twine, etc., in
Madison county Nebraska, namely:
Horst Bros., Herman Fricke, W. Gilg,
P. A. Clarke, all of Madison
Nebra-ka, and H. L Bruggeman and
G. W. Box, of Norfolk, Nebraska, have
joined an nrganlzitlon known as th
Nebraska Irnpleu ent Assi elation which
is systematically working to control the
implement trade oi "his state such ac
tion bing detrernentai to our interest,
therefore ne it
Resolved. By this alliance that wa
withdraw our support from such dealers
a d be it farther re olved that It la tn
our interest to deal direct with ta
avntsor si.ch raaouNc urers aa will
sell direct to farmer, ord-al with those
tnat can snow iro-Hl proof that they are
not In such a comt'lnn
H- II Miller.
J. It Gibus.
K. J. Bhisk.
The following resolution was also
ue.olved. That wcHnurour pre-
ent ii'ato aecre'ary ai.tl trra-urur, j. M.
I ht'iuimon, for not o 'iiii!ii.L' with th
rulfs etiacUtl by our ct.iUi mtlni?.
and Wrt rtnuet th tat exirutlve
oimmltte to coitni th au'd J M.
ThonM) to re.lgu or they Impeach
hint. V"ur Ik'niH'etfu lv.
II. If. Ml l-r.
C mty Scrttary.
At a rKtfuUr R) tin of tho Val- n-
tin ImiistfUi l.eifn No. 4. held
April II. ih fn .vslnr rtMUitlt.a
wer untninitMiily a. I pxl;
I5e.lvi tl, That i. rtllf autruv
f ihe "jour tmrrt an. tho nuhl work
done In lh Ul raitiialan by our at
organ, Tli AUMm ; lura-U'KNT
of Umxtln, W avlmlro it flgoroue
agitation tf ur imirhilua, and its
faithful support and bold defense of the
independent state ticket, and candi
dates for congress-
Resolved, That we approve ita wise
counsel given to the members of our
legislature in their election of a United
Resolved, That we det'tft the cow
ardly attempt to wreck the paper, and
Resolved, That we demand of the
State Alliance an investigation ot the
conduct of the person or persona im
Resolved. That we heartilv reiolce
in the vindication of the solven :y of
tne paper in tne courts of justice, and
furthermore be it
Res Dived, That we pledge the paper
our undivided support.
Resolved, That we do not endorse
the action of J. Burrows and J. M.
Thompson, in starting another state
paper and trying to wreck the Alli
ance Independent. B it further
Resolved, That we firmly believe it
to be the intention of J. Burrows to
either rule or ruin, and that he has
started the Alliance Leader for no
other purpose than to cause dissension
in our party.
Resolved, That a copy of these roo
lutions be sent to the Alliance-Inde
pendent of Lincoln, and to the Cherry
L. W. Godiard,
J. M. Callen.
Adj. Ind. Legion No. 2. j
The following resolutions came from
Clay county, but whether adopted by
the county alliance a or sub-alliance is
Resolved, That we commend the ac
tion of our state representatives and
senators ot the Independent party, and
all others acting with them in their
course in eleeting a Unletd States
senator, and in their efforts to secure
j'iflt railway legUlat on for all classes;
and we further endorse the action of
all members of the legislature who are
making an effort to expose the fraud
and theftexisting in the management
of our state institutions.
Whereas, Th Farmers' Alliance is
opposed to all monopolies and combines
one of its prime objects being to protect
and maintain the natural laws of supply
and demand which should at all times
and under all circumstances govern the
price of commodities,
Whereas, It ha come to our know
ledge through reliable sources that
ttroughout the agricultural districts of
this nation there is a combine between
local dealers in farm implements whose
Durnose is to Drevent farmers from
dealing tirecJy with the wholesale
W hereas, The motive of such a com-
bination is to further com Del the far
mers to continue paving high and un
just prices for farm implements, and
binding twine; therefore be it
Resolved, That the local implement
dealers of Clay countv Nebraska Geo.
Avery of r airfield, Henry Grosshan of
Suttn, J. A. Lefever of Clay Center,
A. J. Moger cf Harvard and Glnz.-r
Brothers of Edgar, who are reported
to be in this combine, be requested to
explain why they are in this boycott
organization or else deny the charge,
if they expect to en joy the patronage of
the farmers in the future as they have
in the past.
Resolved, That we deplore the exis
tance of the unfraterual feeling be
tween the publishers of The Alliance-Independent
and the Alliance
Leader, and between men who have
been recognized leaders of the allitnce
movement in the past apparently grow
ing out of personal causes, and we
earnestly recommend that all consid
sideration of a purely person al char
acter be set aside in the spirit of true
alliance brotherhood and in accordance
with the declaration of purposes of our
Resolved, That a copy of the resolu
tions be sent the indepeLdeut papers of
Clay County and state for publication.
A. M. Lathrop
J. F. anthes
E. O. Brown
E. 0. Coulter.
This is the romantic name of Lin
coln's most beautiful college suburb. It
is the site of the great Wet tern Normal.
No person who thinks of buying a lot
in Lincoln or one of its suburbs should
purchase until he has looked at Haw
thorne property. The location is very
healthtul as well as beautiful. It is
much neaver the center of the city than
any of the other (suburbs. A street car
lino gives prompt and rapid tranoit
from Hawthorne to any part of the
The Normal makes Hawthorne a cen
ter of education, and refinement, und a
most desirable place for the rearing of
a family. If you have any iuca of buy
ing a lot, wrlui Barber A Fowler, Lin
If Ignatius Donnelly can establish
the fact cf the discoveries he claims to
have made it may bo sad that aftir all
he bat nt lived entirely in vain and he
will d'mbtles receive the grateful
plaudits of the wrong- d people of hU
state. He sut mlu that tWore an Im
partial legislative Inresiifa.Ju,, tribunal
h can prove that th stat of .Minn
sot a hn been defrauded of hundred of
thouamd of Mlars by dihont t,nj.
elds. I he Minn, hah s'atosinan rnty
glean a plntr by studying th method
adopt, d by the pop, ,.f N-bre.ka in
unearti-liw frauds an I brlnglrg their
pvruelrators to just . Umaha Bee.
It pans TaHulea a-lt digestion;
seru-n sour 'onicu; euro lU?r
ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
Ht. J.i'b Hig t'o. (arrUfft and
Rugglos at loet Uv, t aialogiut
and pri ilt free, ritli and MeaaanU
Ht , St, J,i Mn
VVhiWt K nns, honey, rfc'hara mulMct
mtwr and etfm U a! on commission.
J. W, ItAKTl.Kr,
J. T. M. SWIGART, Becretarv ef the
Nebraska Mutual Cyclone, Torsade and Wind
norm Insurance Company, EDITOR. AU
wmmunioations on Fire. Cyclone or Hail
Insurance should be addressed to him at
The time for cyclones and high winds
is here. If you have farm buildings
and their contents uninsured now would
would be a good time to insure.
Every newspaper in the state has had
an account of recent storms striking
places never before struck; you are
perhaps the next one to be thrown out
out of a home.
Becaiue your neighborhood has
never been visited by a cyclone It is not
certain that It never will be. Hence
the necessity of insuring before it is
Hundreds of families have been made
homeless in a very few moments, the
replacing of which ultimately cost them
their home, farm and all.
INSURANCE IN GENERAL,
It is a duty you owe to yourself and
family to be protected against all the
elements, Cyclone, Hail, Fire and
The company in which you should in
sure is just what every one should de
termine for himself, not allowing any
scheming agent to bulldoze you into
the belief that all mutual companies
are in any way unstable, or that the
oott is more than a stock company
would charge because such Is not the
case. In the first Instance a mutual is
thesafeBt of all k nds of insurance, I
defy successful contradiction.
There are several companies now in
successful operation in Pennsylvania
tbat were organized between 1820 and
1840. There are now 225 mutual com
panies in that state giving the lie to
hundreds of stock company agents who
tell the farmer that in Pennsylvania the
mutual plan is entirely abandoned.
While Pennsylvania has the largest
number of farm mutuals (many of them
carrying over a million of dollars) al
most all states have some companies,
and more are boing organized all the
time as tbe people are educated into
tbe principles of reform.
In mutual companies no one is paid
a princely salary or any pay whatever
unless he earns it. In stock companies
there are men by the score at large
salaries all to be paid by the man who
insures, and with these facts staring
them in the face the stock companies
agents will show tbe farmer columns of
figures that daze him. Every figure
telling that stock companies are orga
nized for the sole purpobe of makiug
money without earning it. For instance
one company in this state was organized
about seven years ago with $100,000,
$50,000 In stockholders notes and $50,
000 supposed to be In cash at least the
law so provid s.
Now the agents will show to you that
that company has over $600,000 in
assi-tts. "The ordioaryfarmer is not
supposed to wonder where the extra
half million camn from, nor to take in-
a. f .t .a . ...
to cousiaeration tnat it nas cost pro
bably another half million for useless
leeches in and about tbe home office.
Neither is he to be supposed to need or
care any thing about it, all he has to do
is to pay his mouey receive his bill of
technicalities (which the company
chooses to call a po icy) and be content
ed until the agent wants to make
another fee out of him.
Write for our hail or cyclone appli
cations or both.
Agents wanted for both companies In
every community in the state.
J. Y. M. Swig art,
It Is Fanny.
Some very funny things were brought
out in the pension debate in Congress
recently. One Instance is so well told
by Tom Watson that we give it in his
own unique way of telling it:
Gen. Black, as we all remember, was
a Union soldier.
He spLlied for a pension upon the
ground that he was "mentally and
physically disabled from any work."
Upon tnis ground he obtained a pen
sion of $100 per month.
This "mental and physical wreck" was
appointed Commissioner ol pensions by
Cleveland. He thus drew the large
salary connected with tbat office at tbe
stme time tbat he was drawing $100.00
permontn Irom tne patient tax-payers
on the pcirio ground tbat he was
totally unable to do any work, mental
Gen. Black continues to draw that
pension from the patient public, and
the democrats of his State have elected
this "mental and physical wreck" to
represent them in tne next congress.
Thus we will have Urn pretty picture'
oiaaemocr tarawing ..i uu per year
because he can work, and $1,200 because
Ain't "th dear old democratic party''
a honey? Na lonal H-former.
Sue's : Great :
NTr filling todeatmy the worst ease of
Worms in Horses
A Sure Ilrafldy for Worm In llore,
llir. Utr, "at, and a Splendid
Itatnedy for file Fowl, or Roup,
and U butur known a
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IT IS TIME
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Samples of goods and complete
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of all kinds and you cannot afford to feed
stock for market without it. There is
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Woodman Linseed Oil Works, Omaha,
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A Fragmentary Exposition of
CULLED FROM THE WRITINGS OF
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Editor of Liberty.
With a fil-page, half-tour portrait of the
author. Over six hundred cloth bound conies
were subscribed for in this country and Europe
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Mr. Tucker s Dosltivnuesa that he Is advnea.
tin teonlr BHaulne plan of salvation glvm
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Special World's Fair Suits $8.75.
Fine Worsted dress suits f 9, $10 and $12.
uov s anee pant suits goou wearers si.w, ua
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