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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
APRIL 27, 1893.
Fill TI FAR m
W. B- Barnwell Writes of Hii "Western
HIS ILEA OF THE WE8TESN COAS
A Trip Any Man Would Delight in A
Striking Contrast in' Salaries Paid in
Tacoma and in Lincoln.
IKrora tne Weekly I'nlonUL
Tacoma, Wash., April 15, 1893.
Editor Unionist: As I am deslr
out of hearinc something more of the
progress of the strike aDd matters pol
ltlcallj and typographically in Lincoln
than I knor at present, I have decided
to Inflict a letter opon your readers la
the wild hope tt at some of the boys
may retaliate In kind.
I will not bore you with a full recital
of my wanderings since shaking the
mud of Nebraska's capital from my
brogans, nor give you a detailed ac
count cf my trip over the different
lines of road by which I arrived at the
western part of this most western
You are of courao aware that the
eastern part of the Union 1'aclfio road
is singularly devoid or scenery or any
thing more of interest. The Oregon
Short Line Is but little butter, and the
Northern l'Hclflo branch, over which I
traveled from Portland here, (HO
miles) was mostly a night trip.
Suffice it ' to s"5 tbat I landed at
Caldwell, I!iho, the second day out.
I found that town a quiet village of
.1,000 inhabitants. As I was "shy" about
two nights sleep, I retired to my room
ani slept until 6 p. m., when I awoke,
rolled over and then went to sleep and
slept till too late for breakfast next
morning. I had to order a lunch, and
what struck me as being decidedly met
repolltan was tbat everything is or'
dered from printed bills of fare. De-
sides that I noticed another metropoli
tan feature in the provincial town-
letter boxes and a free delivery system,
although 1 believe the carrier force is
confined to the postmaster and his
assistant. The town has enough gam
bling houses for a city of 50,000 iohabl
tanta, and enough chop bouses (mostly
run by Chinamen) and saloons to sup
ply a town of much larger proportions
than it can ever hope to attain.
I arrived at Boise City about 10
m., the next day. I found It a pretty
but somewhat sleepy burg, pleasantly
located at the base of the foot-hills on
the Boise river. With all its advan
tages, located as It is In the midst of a
mining and agricultural country, it has
stood comparatively still for the last
twenty years, during which time cities
of ten times its size bave sprung Into
existence, and other cities apparently
less favored, bave more than quadru
pled in population.
There are some fine orchards and
gardens on the outskirts of the town.
Most of the latter are run by Chinamen
' who pay a rental of 125 per acre for the
greund. Not bad property to own.
It Is said, however that these Chin
ese gardeners are all getting rloh, as
they raise of some classes of vegetables
three crops a year.
I remained in Boise over a week,
working only two days. There was
more than a sub for every situation,
but that It not much, as there are only
five cases on the Citizen, the only daily
I left Tacoma last Sunday morning a
week and went back to Caldwell. By
circulating around among the citizens
I found that they were not hankering
after a republican paper, and aa I could
get no Bortof promise or guarantee
from them I concluded it would be in
discreet to Invest and as I had been
unable to dispose of the balance of my
ucaei, i came on mrougn to rorllanu
I was much dUapiioirUeil in the cltv
Probably it was because 1 had expected
too much. I had hrard that the Tort
land Oregonlon building was the finest
print snou in the world, but it does not
compare favorably with that of the
Omaha Nee In my tstlnmtion.
As there seemed to be no prnpct
fer work there, I came on to Taootna.
This is not a pretty city, nor at present
particularly prosperous, it u built on
the ildo of a hill and the streets run at
obtuse angles to each other.
I am working on a book Intended for
distribution at the World's fair. It is
intended as an advertisement of this
stato.and 1 presume that Waahlngton's
resources, importance or future great
are not unuerraUHl. it is all ore t
ler, and long primer, and is set in new
type. It wtil make 00 pages and i alt
krpt standing, DecvoltailDg a large
amount oi type on nana,
it is rattier pirant to gi s.i rr
week for &t hours, Instead of the 112
I ud to average ta the State Journal
for 6 hours.
1 now dvupy third place
on the sub slide. I have not room to
I plain the sub system.
W. 11 lURNWKLL.
Mr. iVrter't cobiu ihows that 111
laols, Iowa, VlUeouri, Kansas and N.
"" a have a aggregaUt mwrtgajre
Indebted of l,n,?W.:u! btl
with thlr evgirgate rtattel nnrta
indebwdti t-i mr slnUUait 44
Stt Isuv tu the general Wlo.ee de
preasU-a-the tUl moMfafe Indebted
aessul the five afrksuUural tu
ra h. h e uf nious turn of Il.ttV
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
II the articles of Impeachment are
sustained by the supreme court it will
be neceneary to elect state officers next
fail. Will the republican party nomi
nato a new set from the old gang and
set up the old err of 'stand op for Nebras
ka?" Waboo.New .ra.
hang out his
: No free silver man need apply
: G. Cleveianu.
The most dangerous element of
nation is in conceited ignorance that
will not move with ths march of ideas.
New occasions make new dutlta;
Time makea amiftit good uncouth;
Thfjr muni upward mill, and onwaid.
W bo would keep abreast of Truth.
The formation of good government
clubs in New York for the purpose of
of influencing the administration of
public affairs is an example tbat might
be profitably followed elsewhere. Bad
government Is everywhere duo in great
measure to the indifference of citizens
in respect to the conduct of municipal
affairs. l tie lice.
Cleveland's secretary of agriculture
should bo known a the "Ureal Uciea
ted," having been at down on by the
people more times than any promt
lent man in me west, minima was
defeated for the legislature. In 18i0
he was defeated for congrefs. In 100
he was defeated for governor and was
defeated for the samo office In 1880,
1884 and in 181)2. Kansas Commoner.
The plea is made by the Lincoln
State Journal that the present board of
l'ublio Lands and Buildings has so
much to do in their offices that they
had no time to attend to the various
state Institutions under their control,
when the facts are that the members
were not satisfied with their cfflcial
buelness, but every mother's son of
them had branched out into side
speculations, like banking, town bite
schemes, etc. Chadron Signal.
Here in Nebraska we can easily see
the dividing line between the two
classes of democrats. Each division is
growing more and more bitter towards
the other, until the time for patching
up their difficulties is past. Unlets the
democracy of the common people can
successfully enjoin Mr, Cleveland and
his powerful Wall Street allies from
noisting tne democratic banner over
their piratical ship, they will be com
pelled to take unto themselves a new
name. Platte County Argus.
Jvdqk Cresham started his official
career by greatly shocking the bar
nacles and redtape mossbacks of the
state department. They usually in
vest a change of secretaries with much
solemn pomp and dignified stupidity,
out uresnam walked over unannounced
and had himself sworn in by a fifty-cent
notary public as If he was qualifying
to be Justice of the peace. It will take
the diplomatic- blgnlgs several weeks
to recover from this paralyzing speci
men of Jeffersonlanlum. Nonconform-
The secretary of argioulture Is right
n determining to continue the effort to
Increase the use of corn as human food
in Europe. Under the administration
of Secretary Kusk much was accom
plished In that direction, and when be
went out of office there were indica
tions that in a few years corn would be
extensively used in Germany for the
manufacture of meal. If there should
be a large increase in the use of corn in
this way it would affect the export trade
and improve the corn market. The
matter is worth all the attention and
ffort that have boen devoted to It St.
TKa first ttwfti rrrtil asi,si r.1 iaYt rA U.
the Nebraska legislature was the elec
tion oi Judge Allen to the United
States senate. The second point scored
by that body was the passage of the
committee railroad bill which reduced
freight rates in the state 20 per cent
mi. . V 111 1 . a. a
inetnirain point oi importance was
the resolution of impeachment against
the state officers implicated in the
penltentlery and asylum steals, and tho
Capital bank failure. These measures
have made a record for the Independent
mempers oi tne legislature that will
pass into history. It has been one of
tho hardest fought battles In the annals
oi legislative warfare, and every true
patriot, do matter what his politics may
oo win ioib in giving honor wuere
honor Is due. Bod Cloud Nation.
WISH AM) OTHKRWISU.
There Is no greater fool than
man wrm Is too foolish to find out
be Is a fool.
One reason why a man's stockings
cost loss than his wife's it because
they do not come so high.
Man Is a good deal like a fish. You
know tho fih would never get in very
serious trouble If it kept its mouth
An Irishman walked through a
grave yard and saw an epitaph, i still
live." " Well," said the man, U I was
dt-ad I would acknowledge It "
It you want to find out a man's real
dUiHwttkko, tak alia when ho 1 wet
and hungry. If h Is amiable then,
dry him and fill htm up, and vou have
Keep (m.hi" 'tta tr lata amine
AuX lMua u4 ttUutt4 UUi the
In Ufa's rl feeHle it If vil
WhatUiiv U). a rauM ai4 f
I'ralM In an r k.a.l t
it sine au4 t ail.! aibi .
tr tweium a mM twul.
A row rri IM tmti n,
Hw twtM tivnwtMt Ik - vii 4a "
iMMT forget W tuvationTiU ALU
A!ni ixwurr.YT, whet 104 write
u o our advertUert,
fat cattle wasted at the Alllsac
mark tt, J.Y So. UUi St., Lincoln, Neb
IIKICF NKW8 .OTE8.
Interesting Heme Gleaned from
People's Party Kichangea.
Illinois now allows women to vote for
Anti-Pinkerton laws are now in force
in Nebraska and Wyoming.
Missouri crop prospects are most dis
couraging owing to heavy losses.
Mr. Onion of Smith county Is one of
the strong men of the Texas legisla
Plans bave been perfected whereby
he liberty bell will be exhibited at the
Kentucky coal miners are charged
42 a year rental for houses that cost
only 140 when built.
The strikes orginlzed by Labor
Unions In 18!K) and 18!U cost the wage-
earners atout rJ,vw,WH).
A movement is on foot in England to
organize a National Federation of En-
ginemen, Firemen, Stokers, etc.
M. W. Wilkin, formerly of the
Nonconformist, is now editor of the
rresuo, Cal , National Spectator.
The Central Labor Union of Erie. Pa.
has adopted resolutions demalndlng the
municipal control of street railway cars
Women aro employed at railway
switches and rrosiiigs in Italy because
it is claimed they do not get intoxicat
ed as onen as tne men.
Meals on dining cars hare been raised
to 91.00 each. At that rate the average
working man can earn in three days
wnat no can eat in one.
A colored man who is nroud of the
fact that his name is James E. Boyd,
is nerving a term in the Lancaster
county Jail for vagrancy.
j ne peopie oi iexingwn. Alaes . yes
terday eelehrated tho 118th anniver
sary of the firing of the 'shot that was
nearu around tho world."
The Investigation of the cltv reins.
tratlon In Chicago discloses the fact
that there are from .0.0(10 to 8.C00
fraudulent names on the books.
Sentiment is growing In Denver in
avor of munlncloal control of water
works. Water-works monopolists want
io,uuu,uuu jor a i,uUU,U00 plant.
The western and southern democrats
aro weildlng the inaul that Is driving
tne silver wedge that will so it the
democratic party in twain ere 18U1.
Bishop Bare of South Dakota calls
the system which prevails in that state
of free and easy di vorces.folh wed by free
ana easy remarriages, "consecutive
The Tocsin is a new oaoer issued
from Washington, I). C, by A. E. Bed
stone, aivocaung populist doctrines,
In connection with a strong flavoiisg
Fifteen hundred attempts - at laws
were made by the Minnesota legisla
ture during the session lust closed, an
average of eight or nine apiece for
England don't , care for any more
monetary conference nonsense and con
sequently a motion to bring about an
other conference was voted down in the
house of commons.
Senator Kyle has been made chair
man of the Senate Committee on edu
cation and labor. This was a wise
selection and the labor cause will
have an able advocate.
The city of Chicago received from
all sources last year $31.8(13. 218. and
expenditures were 130,000,003, which
goes to show that Chicago in a great
city and that it costs something to run
One combination forces the nrloa of
wheat down and another forces freight
rates up. The farmer sells the wheat
and pays the freight, and the plutocrats
tMna: ne ought to be happy, but he
Over $15,000,000 in gold has been ex
ported from this country slnoe January
1st, and it is now thought bv those In a
position to know that it is a part of a
conspiracy to compel the issue of more
A bill has been introduced in the
Ohio Legislature to allow farmers' clubs
and labor organizations to use district
school-houses for the purpose of holding
meetings when it is not convenient to
Polk county, Iowa, farmers denounce
i . 'i i t , . ... . . .
tut- vjuiiu minus Association wnico. re
cently mot. Ilosolutlons were adopted
declaring against any attempt on the
part oi the state to assess farmers to
1 he progressive Farmer says: The
population of North Caro na before
the election was about 1,000,000. It has
awinuled down now to less than a mill
Ion over "00,000 being In Washington
iooKing ior a jod.
I he National band of WTaukaca, in
tne two years of Its operations as eueh,
nas paid dividends to the amount of
twenty per cent.and passed twenty-two
lr vviiv w us surplus lund. Tne
Wheat recently fell 1 cents in Chi
ctgo in one day, owing to speculation
soteiy. w.ihju.ww bu.hols wore sold
In one day, yet not one buahel changed
hand. Anll-opilon laws seemingly
rj nine vurcu
A I Ulaburc manufacturing firm
which ha been sharing profile with its
em pl 'jee concedes in a clroular-lo'wr
to (be Utter that et-upra'.lun uch a
pruat aiming U likely to produce U
productive tl genera! good.
Secretary UorhrrW short arm caa
ytnpata e with Secretary liitaham s
hotlteg It was a Fttdeial bull! in
I be WUdertaiM that shortened the
t(mr and a t'nN'rru butk-t near
Atlanta that tnorteu4 the Utisr.
The Amarleaa federation of lah.ii-
ha taken up the sMuilt Kr govern
uwnersblp if the wtegraph and te!v
pnoiMs Mill's br .tt.liBtf out blank
petition to be e guel mid Krwaid
fvr prvst'SUHuSj tu tua iot eueg-rf .
Til gvld pus's are pot matin iuvh
oIh but ihy an at r oo the iiumh
bortotthw aett IWgrtam ant If t
wple are ao vlgtUttt (UsmweJ la
tht ir lofii,MU acbeinre. M.llU'aa id
dull iU im ipt at Uu'tt down silver
tUaterft pawrt ara talkUs? ahmtt
aaarvhkal prvyeedlnjts lately indulged!
in by the pr pullets of Kansas. They
have made a little mistake. They shou d
amend their remarks by striking out
the word "populist" and inserting the
Spanish peasants work half the day
ai)'i dance half the night, and yet eat
or, y black broad, onions and water
mrions Che Smyrna porter ea's tcly
a littlo fruit and a few olives, yet he
wvlks i ff with a burden of 20G pounds.
Governor McKinley openly pro
claim thus he would accept the guber
natorial nomination again if his party
offered it to Mm. The governor still
has faith in the tariff, and cays the
future will vindicate the wisdom of the
bill that bears his name.
The Farmers' Alliance will hive
quarters at the World's Fair under the
management of J. U. McDowell of
Tennessee. He form editors are re
quested to send sample copies of (heir
papers weekly, subscriptions will be
taken fr all reform papers.
Secretary Carlisle's advisers are men
of young years and or even younger
appearance: llamlln, first asslstan
secretary of the treasury, is 30 and
looks 30: Ecke's, comptroller of the
treasury, is 35, smooth shaven and boy-
leu, and w, is. (Jurtu, toe other a
slstaot secictary, in 38.
Jerry Simpson publishes a card to
his district constituency regarding
federal appointments, asking tbat he
be not Importune! to assist in the dis
tribution, and says: "This is a demo
cratio administration and persons de
siring office will have to seek it
through democratic sources, and I am
not a democrat."
The Swiss National Brotherhood of
Labor ha a membership of 180,000. Tt
will bold its tight-hour day demonstra
tion on next Monday. Among its de-
mauds are: National sick and accident
insurance, obligatory membership of
trades uniont, international protective
legislation of labor, and the enactment
of a law establishing holidays for rail
According io a recent report of the
Dapartment of Agriculture the aver
age condition cf winter wheat on the
first of this month was 77.4 against
81.2 last year. State reports since
made do not indicate any general im
provement, aod JVebratika appears to
be no exception to the rule. The effect
of a poor winter wheat prospect will
not, however, be felt In this ttate as in
A prominent democratic paper re
marks tbat tho motto of the democrats
ust now is: ''Take vare of the offices,
and the trusts and the tariff will take
care of themselves." This plan has cer
tainly been followed thus far, the fill
ing of the offices have absorbed almost
the en lire attention of the adminis
tration The ttusts will undoubtedly
take care of themselves if they are
permitted to do so, for they like
nothing so well as being let alone.
A circular has been issued bv mem
bers of the Texas IegUlature addressed
to the farmers of Texas, advising them
to plant less cotton, in order to increase
tne price it is claimed tbat the cot
ton market for several years has been
over-burdened, and that the strike of
the English cotton spinners, keeping
idle 16.000,000 spindles, had the virtual
effect of increasing the cotton supply
to the amount of 29,000 bales a week.
A ZOOLOGICAL MONSTEIt.
Largest Living Hlppotamus, with,
The Ringling Brother?, whose
World's Greatest Shows exhibit at
Lincoln Neb. May 0 have unquestionable
the largest menagerieevor gathered into
single aggregation. No student of zo
ology, however extensive his knowledge
of the animal kingdom, ran fall to dis
cover in this magnificent collection of
rare and valuable wild beasts, some new
species worthy of his inspection and
tudy. particularly worthy of attention
is the mammouth blood-exuding hippo
potamus that the Ilingllng Brothers
exhibit as one of their menagerial
features. This giant amphibian is
without question the largest hippopot
amus ever captured and brought to this
country. Numerous small hippopota
mi nave hitherto been exhibited, but
neyer before has so magnificent a
specimen of this strange bible-recorded
beast been placed on exhibition. It is
exhibited in its natural e ement with
all the surroundings suggestive of life
in its native jungles, and attended bv
one or its bold and Intrepid captors, es
eo'allv imported from darkest Africa
by the most enterprising of circus man
agements. Among the many other
rare and curious beasts in this marve
lous zoological collection is a mam
moth giraffe, eighteen feet In height
two herds of gigxntic elephants, with a
pair of baby pachyderms; a bl-horned
gnu, the only specmen of this rare ani
mal ever plawd on exhibition; horned
horses, sacred cattle, llamas; great
dens or lordly Hons, royal liongal tig
ers, and man devouring leopards, and
enough other onrtoui wild creatures to
illustrate a votuae of natural history.
The constant demand of tho traveling
publto to tho far west for a comfortable
and at the same tttns an economical
mode of traveling', has led to the estab
Uahruont of what is known as Pullman
Thuse cars are built on the same gen
eral plan m the rrffular UrstlaM I'ulN
man Slvrs, the onlj difference Mag
that thv an not UhoUurd,
Thfjr ar furoUhod cmpUt with
gtwsl comfortable hair matlrvews, warm
blanksu, snow whlu Una curtains,
pU-otj f towsts, Ciiinba, brushes, etc,
whk h stHjurw to the uocurant of a berth
as much rivsc; as Is Ui ba had In flrat-
cWi tU-vixtrs. Tho r ar aleo sfimrate
Uiltet rooms (or ladU and feutletuen,
and tiuklt U almdutt)! v iirtihtblUHl,
Fur full Information ti4 fur 1'ulliuaa
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XVAYH. We alao Diaoufw-ture the old
Itfllahle ChailvnKe, O. K. feerleM aod
Jialny Wind Mllla, Puuipa, tHnder
lauaa, Jjeed Mllla, Com hhellera, iiontf
Challengt Wind Mill A Feed Mill Co
Satavia, Kan Co., III.
1 lie ln nil v I tiw yH 4
FURNAS : COUNTY : HERD.
Holstein : Cattle!
A few Extra Cooi September PIks.
and a No. 1 butter bred bull, yearling,
registered for sale. I'rices right.
H. S. Williamson,
Beaver City, Neb.
KINGSLAKD & DOUGLAS MFG. CO.
T, lAtVlm, MO
UnrlTaled for fat Trca
lag, heparatlog sad
t so to make no a Perfeei
falling and Working- Kagloe. Stud for Catalogue
STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD.
RIPANS TABILF.H are the beat Meek
clae know far Indlcealloa, Hllloiuacaa,
Headache, Coaatl patlon, Vf apepala, I'hroale
LlrerTroublca, IMzzlaraa, Bed Complexion,
Uftnttrr, Otfeaalve Ureath, end all dla.
oroera er tne Bteaaach, Uvcr and Uowcla,
Rlpana Tabalea contain nothintr lnlnrlom to
tne mom aencaw coiiatiiuuon. are Meaaant to
lake, ml, etTwtual, and irive imnirdUui relief.
S8. May lie ordered tbrouirh nearest liruKBlit,
or by mail. Sample free by mail. Addreaa
rrice Hoa IA Ttali.1. 7A CfuAu Im..1m,m it L.tmiI
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO..
J 10 8FRCCE STREET, KE 10RK CITT.
SOUTHWESTERN STAMP WORKS;
1326 Grand ave. .Kansas City, Mo.
W. C. T. U.
138 S 12th St., Lincoln.
First class table
Lunches J1 hors.
WttCQUAiirrro with the BEouiuPHy this count i. i
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caiicaco, Rock Islanl & Pacific By,
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SOUO VCSTOUU EXPRESS TRAINS
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