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Patent office. Advice free, no ice anttl the patent
Oest apd Cheapest.
Write for free illustrattd
G. B. LEWIS CO.,
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A TRIP TO THE
TOAST WOKTHV, AMBITIOl'S PEKSOW
Ifjroo wish to visit the GREAT WORLD'S
FAIR atChieaeo withoui costing yon one
-cent or MONtr on money, on easy conditions,
write lit once. Enclose reference aiid salf-ad-lreed
stamped envelope to
WORLD'S FAIR ENTERTAINMENT CC.
McVicker'slneatre Bldg., Chicago, Iix.
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated by an ant-tat of world
wide reputation. Deafnewi eradicated and en
tirely cured, of from 20 to 30 years' standing
after all other treatineota have failed. How
the difficulty is reached and the cause removed
fully explained in circular, with affidavit
and temiuiotilals of cures from prominent
people, mailed free.
Dr. A. FONTAINE, Tacoma, Wash.
The Paragon Incubator
t 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 W chicks from 121 fertile egits, after
moving the eggs and machine several miles
when they were within two days of hatching.
There being no premium offered at the fair we
were granted the high kht award of honor by
tlft board of examiners. Send for circulars
and price list of the incubator, which batched
the chicks at the state Fair. Address
V. L. TAYLCR & Co.,
Box435, Falrbury, Neb.
J.ll Kinds of Galvanize j Iron Unices
Wire work, poultry netting1, yard and
garden fencing, window guards, office
raHia?, etc. Send for catalogue.
tJ3.00 per do
en. K consecU'
"live First nre'
inlunis at the
Studio lt'U O st. Open 10
Open 10 a m to 4 p m, Sun-
"ARIOXO THE OZARK8."
The Lan4 of II! Red Anples Is the title of an
ttractlVK and highly lntere lng boo-recently
issu d. This book is handsomely llluctrated
wlin views of South Missouri scenery including
. 4he famous Olden fruit fsrm of 8.W0 acres In
Howell comity. It pertains ent rely to fruit
raising in m a great trim oeu oi Ainenoa, me
southern slope of the Osarks. and will prove of
irreat vau -. not only 'O fruit g owers, but to
v ry farmsf and hoag'knver in other stales
looking for a tarm ana a home, 'mis nooa win
be mallei free. Address, J. B. ' ookwood,
, Kansas city, Aio,
t n e i a-
sir! an of
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e d b y
Omaha Much 3, ISM-Dr 0, OeeWo; I have
oeen a great sunerer since a small child w iin
chronic diarrhoea wek back, Headache, an'i
crippled wi i h rheumatism. I had tried many
doctors and spent a great deal of money, bu t no
relief. bout seven " ontln aito 1 heard ot or
C Gee Wo. commeneo i takntf treat nent snd
can cheerfully reccommend him for he has
cured me aim made a new ma oi me.
Frank Goooall, ), Om In.
The Kentucky-bred Conch Horse,
Reaiitl'til rlt'li brown hoie, 10 hands, cmi
binlng Him, nnal tinlsh, pure, lollv iri.lt and
st"'d. Mis Mre W l-retl Pstrlien, sou of Main
lirino Palehen 5H (sire of IM s!:3J trotters and
irraiulniri- of Kl-; muter in :H0 or betivr; dam
fcy that fclRtiSy flu shed aorxo I.-ni , Yurksilro.
I do not need his horn I am not In Ike horse
Imsim-nn. He Is lKull broken, atuwhie or
lace, mul l ho d lor Do fault He l OMIig.
s. iiimI nml very hauilaome and I oiler hint at a
price w low that at a I hi m-rrlre (ee w ill
more thriii pay 'or hiiumdf this urn -on lu uuy
section of liie Miuniry. Wrile me.
U. W. fiKKHKi.L, Uucola, veh.
(lit Kdltlon of 5,t s) all wild I
190 Pants Heavy Tapir, Saw Ktidr
Mit, apr SVi eloth f ftl,
AiJre- Tnss.Vli.iAt fia, Co., Ilnetilti. Vn
"Miit MhhiIv, b K tt tttt, I. ,,rn
lioin.-t, rrpti'wutallve l4.f' tu the
t . i in I ihn in. i e.iii r'ii.ii.ii w-ira urn
iHttiiiitii.i on tlie mom t M,iiiii- ;vrrr m.m-
i..u h I" uitdema'ile Tw.f. I'm,, ll.
ttatl.iiS (Mil of f Utery t urial ( I.h.m rn
o,'l'l' oU." io rrit 'iuw. I.wu Hhiiii
Nebraska Savings Bank
1 anJ U St , Lincoln
UIVKS AHHOLUTK SECURITY.
Writs Ui n4 We will Trove It
i ril IMvrvtt on ttt( atonila
i n ill i mT
' w of all I it aval S porset
a.vl tm trmia
i U jNi1HS, ft tt Tt'i tv
Nebraska Farm era" A Ilia net.
J. R. Povim, President, Coroall.
W. a. For ma. Vioe-Prea , Albion.
J. M. THOMt-tK), State aVc'y, Liu twin,
a. C. Kairchild. Lecturer. Oaalaie.
' B. F. Aia.cn, Chairman, Ex. Com., Wabash
Ia the beauty of the lilies
Christ was born serosa the tea,
with glory In bis besom
That tnnfljrurc you and ace.
As he strove to make mea holy
Let us strive to make them tree,
Blnoe God is marching- oa.
-Julia Ward Hjwe.
We would be g!a4 to get Items from every
oounty in the state en condition of the Alli
SUBJECTS FOR DISCTJSSIOX.
1. Oar financial system.
2. Ke solved, That cities should own
and operate their street railway.,
water works, telephone and electric
SUBJECTS FOR ESSAYS.
L '-Eternal smiles their emptiness betray.
As shallow streams run dimpling all the
2. What constitutes a good book?
3. Evils of indirect taxation.
4. Poultry on the farm.
SUBJECTS FOR SPEECHES.
1. My ideal statesman.
2- LTow I would run a newspaper.
3. Ignatius Donnelly, the greatest
man of the age.
4. The CJtning civilization.
AN KAHNKST APPKAL.
To The Subordinate Alliances of The
F. A, & 1. V. of Nabra.ka.
The executive committee deeply re
grets the step that State Lecturer S. C.
Fair-child has been compelled to take
on account of lack of the necessary
funds to carry on bis work. We trust
that his retirement will be of short
duration as his services in the field arj
much needed. We fully realize the im
portance of the work and that it is det
rimental to the interest of the alliance
to suspend even for a tingle day our
effeort to more fully demonstrate to
the people the merits of our cause.
Yet without funds the work cannot be
We appeal to the subordinate alli
ances to arouse from their fatal leth
argy and become once more active and
alive. The good already accomplished
pays more than a hundred fold of what
the organization has cot
To the alliance organization alone
must be credited the stopping of the
plunder of the state institutions. In
this problem the alliance is the multi
plicand and the multiplier is three. The
product was the election of a governor
and legislature in 1890. It took the
combined effort of two corrupt parties
to defraud the people of their governor
and prevent equitable legislation two
years ago. Where but in the subordi
nate alliances did those 54 brave and
tiue independent men in the last legis
lature ariup.flta th.fttTiHP.lvp.fi to ha t.hn
superiors of the political hacks of the
old parties aided by the fcheroes of a
hired lobby and supplemented by the
tyrannical ruling of a conscienceless
We are proud of the alliance educa-
tioml Institution, that produces such
graduates as composed the legislature
The courts are just now entering up
on a line of decisions never before laid
down. They must be reviewed by the
great court of pnblio opinion as formed
in the school houses and In the allian
ces. Judges Hicks, Taftaod Billings
can render their decis ons upon crotchets
of "inter-state commerce law acd nullify
organized labor compelling intelligeut
men to unwilling service to corporate
employers under penalty of fine and
Judicial decisions shouldbe based up
on the broad statute of human right
and human justice and no where should
property be placed superior or above
man in the structure of our laws or
VVe new repeat what the executive
committee have before stated that with
the aid of volunteer lecturers any
county or local alliance that will m.tk"
arrangements for two or four moonngs
In a county or in adjoiningcountlcs and
notify the stH(6 secretary of the sanw,
a lecturer will be sent, and where any
particular lecturer is aoilreu ho will bo
sent i' poHbiblo. If not we will send
he itest we can tret so that the tune and
place and speaker may bo properly
o trout and hope that every alliance
matt a d woman will awakn to the great
needs of the hour. The Min of reform
is up, thn work must bn juishcil and
completed. Then we will bow t- no
ttirumi but that of jusiii .i and admit no
cote hut tlia' of rrnson. Wo will moner-
ti oui'oelves, lldiii-Alo ourselves a d
live fur our follm ei ions tlm, they
may llvw fur u. II. V At l.v.S,
l,.1alrwim hx. turn.
OvioJ TCordtfjr OipUia Ihrrp. ;
Ui sohitiatt iHWiod by Dry VHy Al-!
Ilium i N i, JH of lamp e.miit y ttt reg j
ulii- m. ettng lit Id Auril IHth ivi.l: j
iTi', jti'i love-llifa'l'in by thv
N-gUUturw of Ui prni ton l.irv ami in-
.ir.n a-vlmii lhnwa ot-iieitMvi-ly that ,
Ail. n. il t-'ik!. and ildioph'y Mere,
iwin"ni I'm aiiaia ill iitw
Iliot ttitioiis, tli-e,-f,irtf Im tl
lU mihvll, 1 1, Hi tl I flu wtliw' of thU
.Viue thai they should tw UniioitetHul
tu Mrm-.l out of oftUso and; N It
lt...lv .1, That tender our'
thttitt tu Hon, l II. ILrry for liiaj
action In this and at-i In th mat-:
i r i. f iin state iii a,,.'. b a'tvr
h fit'ur o th 'l'i Natloliau
M H at Llnejioj ami t. it lurhr
1 ti m e i'v of !!)
rv..! l.u i, -i,v ttu ,q
Harry and t nh In tr C,iM ty (Marlon '
aiut to TllS. Vt.I.U.STK iN'iir i rxoar
fur uiVi.tioa, l
Urother Allen's letter is a most
earnest appeal. We believe Brother
Allen to be a sincere Alliance worker,
as well as a most worthy man. We are
very sorry he finds such appeals nec
essary. We feel like offering him a
suggestion that will be worth more to
the Alliance organization than a whole
basket full of appeals: Let the ex
ecutive committee get together as soon
as possible and
1 Reclaim the f SO the secretary has
already spent for clerk hire contrary
to the resolution of the state Alliance.
2 Pass a resolution forbidding any
further use of Alliance funds for clerk
3 Pass another resolution cutting
the 'Take-ofT' out of the secretary's
allowance for rent and fuel, f 10 per
month is ample for that purpose, yet
during 1891 the tecretary was allowed
over $30 per month, and last year $20.
4 Pass another resolution providing
that there shall be no discrimination
agalu-it any officer of the state Alliance
this year in the payment of salaries.
5 Then publish these resolutions to
the Alliances of the state, and give the
people to understand that none of
liurrows'old claims will bo 'allowed
This suggestion is offered in good
faith. If It is accepted and acted on we
believe that Alliances will begin Bend
ing in dues once more, and there will
bj money to pay the state lecturer.
SOMETHING TO CONHIDIMl.
A Plan by Which Farm era's May
Keg u lute the Marketing of
Whittier. Neb , April 22, 1893.
We have recently reorganized the
alliances at Gurfie d and Whittier.
There is a feeling among our people
that we cmnot do better that to keep up
our work in the alliance. A public
meeting was held lately for the purpose
Ul uigauiAiuf, m buiupauj, ias wubiv
our surplus productions, keeping the
surplus in our own bands instead of
putting it upon the market for the
This company will bo non poUtlcal,
embracing al 1 farmers. 1 1 content pi ate
organization by precincts, counties ard
states. Secretaries for each precinct
would, at a meeting held lor the pur
pose, at-cartain from each member the
u mount of produce of any kind the
member would want to put upon the
market in the following month, L bese
reports would be consolidated by county
secretaries, forwarded to a state secre
tary, and by him forwarded to a duly
elected agent, say at Chicago. It would
be the duty of this agent to thoroughly
acquaint himself with the home and
foreign demands, and to ktow how
much of any given product would meet
with ready sale, II the state reports
showed an excess of ottering above
market demands the percentage of ex
cess would be retained by the producer
and only the amount shipped that the
market demanded. A fee of one dollar
per year from each member would pay
all salaries etc
The bog market this season illustrates
what It migat accomplish for the
producer. It was estimated that the
nog product was one third short, that
is we had but two hogs to ,puc on the
market where ordinarily we baa three
Supposing the shortness of the hog crop
was the cause oi the advance in prices,
our two hogs brought us more money
than if we had had thrve. If we had
had three the speculator would have
got the surplus. It works the same way
in other pro ucts.
If this matter is of interest to your
readers, I will write of it at greater
It. C. Hardin.
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 desired
that delegates from each subordluate
alliance be sent to this meeting, as
matters of importance to the order will
bo up for cuuiderdtioa.
The presidents of the various alli
unces in the county should make an
ulTort to bo present.
Herman Laasr. Pres.,
C. A Snyuu, Soo.
S-etltiraaito Nunday I'laya.
On last Sunday a little 4-year-old
had diftiuulty in spending the day
properly. Not being allowed It'll
plaything she wu ret!et and fret
ful, until tlnul'y hlie found her little
toy irmi and prH'eodetl to amuse her.
self ironing her h tnilkerehief
"iKm t y,, know tt at it i wronjf to
Iimii on Sunday?' reprtivtiigty aaked
the mother when she dloyred the
"Well," promptly rej.hi4 the little
girl, "don't you UU ksaws UU
Irvui i'o (If
Sii-- nte f.r Tiik Al t t vi IxuKritN
us. c Mums ittao'is unci?
With tr-tir Mama, 13 SO j
3AFK AKVIVAW CUAHANTt 10. !
15 I kim at Mm stl. A.I it) 1U. Mini j
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CM 01) slrU. to. Ia ., (hi,
White Lead U best ; properly applied
it will not scale, chip, chalk, or rub
off; it firmly adheres to the wood and
forms a permanent base for repainting.
Paints which peel or scale have to be
removed by scraping or burning before
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 slow corrosion possesses
qualities that cannot be obtained by
any other method of manufacture. This
process consumes four to six months
time, and produces the brands that
have given White Lead its character
8 the standard paint.
are standard brands of strictly pure
Lead made by the "Old Dutch" pro
cess. You get the best in buying them.
You can produce any desired color by
tinting these brands of white lead with
National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead
For sal by the most reliable dealers in Paints
If vou are going to paint, it will pay you td
end to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar; it will
nly cost you a postsl card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New Ynt
8t. Louis Branch, '
Clark Avenue and Tenth 8treet.
AGENTS WANTED Male and female
old and young, $15.00 to $25.00 per
it nay easily made, selling our lj u en
Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver.
Copper and Bra-s Platting, that is
warranted to ear for years, on every
class oi Metal, Tableware and Jewelery
io. Light and easily handled, no ex'
perlenco required to operate them
C in be carried by hand with ease from
houo to house, same as a grip sack or
satchel Agents are making money
rapidly. They roll to a'most every
business houe and family, work shop
Chcap,durabie,slmple and within reach
of every ono Plates almost instantly,
equal to the finest new work. Send for
Queen Cliy Silver & Nickel Plating Co .
East St. Louis, 111
The best paying Investment for a housewife is
Tbc Excelsior Home-Baker and Roaster
Tialres bread tanty( leaves it molxt; meat will
be Julry and rtfh, saves one-third nutritious
elemenis. Moliuiycun do without it after nav
lug tried it. Write for circulars.
Council Bluffs, Iowa
l' Brw llratlftp of 'I faU I'rdri
no Money Reou red
lit llila out nasniit-Uju.
wUh tour full tiaflia Abdaddrsii
jj? and we wilt avud yon thU !
Jt'wv1 KAOt with b bv llirrafl tot ff
fcwtn:ltit lifted if rcc tblna
tl lo any f 10.04
fa, pay our am
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Va wod with tb
watch our guar
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Ultaii we will
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am idea for 60
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CHEW AND SMOKE
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Best Chewing, 15c. per lb Best Smoking, 12c. per lb.
It pnvi no Ihx to tbe Uovoruuieut or renwiu to
tlia Tolmccn Trut.
ailinnra Tolmeeo i.', ClarfcsvUle, Tenn.
CATARRH wave Ynu COT IT'
It h a anre riirv. '1 1) it utnl lv out m. . i 1 v
will nevwr rritrct li Si-tii l-y mall to any at
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104-106 N. 10th SI. Lincoln. Neb
OUIt Spring find Summer Catalogue is now
ready and if you have not received on
. we invite you to send us" your name and
I address, and mention that you saw tbe ad-
advertisement in tLia paper, and one will
be mailed you free. Msrawav.
ONE PRICE CASH
"i uDSM ii
ii nuaiznrjr ins c tn
The Addition to
durable, handsomest and newest styles in clothing and Gen
F'urnishing good we have ever had iaj tock and our Pric
are lower than ever.
You Should Invest Now
While the stock is new and complete and not wait un
til summer is on and then take the pick of what is left,
call and See Us Anyway. We will use y u right. VVe
have some exceptional bargains in Spring aud Summer
Overcoats and dusters.
'2eb BAKER CLOTHING HOUSE.
Bluo Valley Feed Mill.
limlltvly tli. M mill In th iiiiirl,t. ltaa
HlK l:r.t r:' l ly, III llwllfM.l tuiililm.-.
IH..-1 iiuratil. uii't yt tii.it utmiilp In qou
trm linn. ir iati.. lie aiii i u writ
iti.i i: v.tia.i;v hu noiiv t o,
I'lfawai'ii'ii n 1'tts AI.1.UKI IsuKrvhrissT
wtirtt MUtWvrlllS tnl. ,
Do You Know
Irwin's Poke Root Pcwders
W ill i ur y.mr Ii it'-t At i tl ) u
Hi. w that Hi lo-tt if '.tf ,,f i i ,iii
o ti t h ou.lr firm -lol''g h ixiti t-x!
h UI Mat nur t. and If t.'iey fall
miiii Lu i tirKi? 1 1.1. I true S lei
ti t tiUltlifa and tttitt'ld il l.
Tito luvv.i Rcnuity Co..
ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
Ht, J'-'U U t'o t arrintf.'s and ;
Jl l'fc'l al I .t i'aia'ii;im J
mvii. U-.. li.t frt v. ilttt and M a.auUt '
1 ' - i
k of Mm
Are coming reques'lng our Illustrated
Spring and Summer Catalogue. Our Issue'
a a large one, requiring over
300 YARDS OF CLOTH
to rut tbe samples for It If you use,
clothing and want to see this little book;
Your Address on a Postal at Oncei
and until the supply is exhausted we will
send them on request. No bigger bar
gains are offered anywhere in the land snd
you can buy as cheap and get as good a tit
through the malls as If you were in the
We refer by permission to THE ALU-aNCK--1ndkpendent
and Nebraska Farm
er. The editorf of both papers wear the
rcolebrated "Hub Clothing."
ID) THE HUB,
DRY GOODS HOUSE
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i.i..aii,anai.a.nasw - "- - SI'" ' 1,1
euKauaat - i fiuiA'j
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jo's) it i"""'AJJf'H" '"nr
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Our Spring and Summer
PURCHASES OF CLOTHING
arc Now Complete.
our stock is composed of the most
U evident that
Tested - Seed - Corn.
TEC. A l, TENDKIt YE 1,1 Off VF.XT, and
4 MiiUTu. n hii riftn, it. in ruitivHtion.
InniiH'iHn yield. 1 t prt'itlltim aiii iwjtal(e
at lwa iut fair 1 VI aud W. It at !.. liuis
in W. Kat-li lo4ilt 1st at Inter Corn Show in
IK'S Miilnna. Jiiu. li, 'I'.'J. snitwl t. Ontral
Iowa amt tuiiith, fi. 7S rwr tmahl. TwoIiubIicI
ordiTu, sacks ft. Write f'r K1 tn-tilar.
I merson. Iowa.
TIE WORLD'S FAIfi CLOSED
BT A RNmL OF PURITANISM, .
Ths rai-r that ha mil strnuKlf oprl
thia Situilar rl uin la th Kiular Nuw luck
nt'tlioulil Journal, the
w$m wtmr tkth som
W want ym aH in h;lsftrr thl lnlrfrn
villi i km ulna uf Iin 1 "I'ii', lr etrU'iiat'iiii 'las
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taw li m It ar.i IK dumS ur.'U.ia r.r drawn, an 1
ii., ..-)i i mi. r ui ui ti nil iorvr. i.vujs
ou ttial Ulu-v.a lltal l.tf U Sot
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