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MAY 11, 1803V
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
THE BRAVEST BATTLE.
Th brawt battle that ever was to ugh.
Shall 1 tell i'U where and whi-nt
Ob the mat t tbe world jou will find it
Twu fought by Uie mothers of men.
Js'av, not with cannon, or battle shot,
With sword, or nobler pen;
Kay, not with eloquent word or thought,
From mouths of wonderful men.
But deep in a welled-up woman' heart,
A woman that would not yield.
But bravely. ilently bore hv part,
QLo! there ta that battlefield 1
No marshalling troop, no bivouac song;
No banner to gleam and . w;
But, oh! these tattle they last so long
From babyhood to the grave.
Yet, faithful still a bridge of star,
She fights in her walled-up town.
Fights on and on, in the endless wars,
Then silent, unseen, goes down.
0 ye with banners and battle shot,
And soldiers to shout and praise,
1 tell you the kingliest victories fought
Are fought in these silent ways.
Oh. spotless woman in a world of shame I
With splendid and silent seorn,
Go back to (JchI as while as you came,
The kinglieitt warrior boru. ,
Joaquin Miller in the Business Woman's
A TRAMPS GIFT.
It was at tha hour when the shades
Of night begin to fall and the curses
wander houioward to rooat. The
weary wayfarer cave a lost gulp and
I can not repay you In sc;udl for
your kindness, mudum. Jiut herein a
little pui.le which may serve to while
away an idle hour. My father, left a
widower at the ajo of forty-seven,
married a maiden of seventeen, and
upon the following day my brothor
Lyman wedded her mother, then a
widow of thirty-six. In due time a
on was born to each couple. It may
afford you some littlo amusement in
estimating tbe various relationships
my father now bears to Lyman, to
Lyman's wife, and Lymau's child; also
to himself and wife and child. You
night also calculate the relationship
Lyman bears to his own wife and
child and to his fat.ier H"d tho tatter's
wife and child. Hut I must bo on my
way. (Jood evening!" And he was
When Isham (I. Hicks, tbe husband
of the benevolent lady, returned home
somewhat later, he found the wife of
his boHOin Buffering from a violent
headache, the result of an hour's
grappling with the puzzle. She re
peated it to him and retired much
earlier than was her wont And
Isbam G. laughed aloud and declared
that a woman hod no head, anyhow,
and sat him down to work out tho
puzzle in fourteen minutes.
When Mrs. lhcks avoko In the
gray of the morning, her husband
was not by her side. As sho stepped
quietly to tbe sitting-room door, she
heard him say, in dreary monotone:
-Lyman's baby Is the half,
brother of his father's step-mother
who is also his father' s
tep-daughter and his mother's
daughter and oh dear me how
my head aches, '
The leaves of a huge scratch tablet
lay about him. like a drift of snow,
all covered with figures and diagrams,
and before him a sheet setting forth
fourteen propositions, of which the
following is a fair samplo:
The older man is the father-in-law
of his mother-in-law and the hus
band of his grandson's half-aistor, who
is also the child's step-grand, mother.
Wisps of auburn hair lay about on
Hicks remained in bed all that fore
noon, with ice on his brow, and mut
tered drearily sentences like these:
His wife is his baby's half-broth-.er's
half-ncjptew's mother's son-in-law
no. Umlaut it! His son's wife
is his own mothcr-in law and mother
of his grandson's iialf-sister urn! urn!
His niother-ln-law Is oh, dear me!"
In the afternoon he went down to
the lumber yard and told the puzzle
to the men there assembled, and they
all laughed him to scorn, and then
figured over the smooth side of thirty
six square feet of lumber, had three
fights, without getting so far as
Hicks had gone in the still watches of
the night A husbandman, who had
drifted in to trade horses, became in
volved, and beat his steed all the way
Meanwhile, Mrs. Hicks sprung the
puzzle at the sewing-circle that after
noon, and the minister ran up against
it and fell, and thus it was spread all
over town. The children took it to
school and floored the teacher, and
there was a grand strapping carnival
all one afternoon. Customers sprung
it In the stores. The barber sprung
it on a patient and cut off his ear in.
the controversy that ensued. A gen
tleman and a book-agent tore their
clothos over it Young Walter Sap
smith ran up against it when he
called upon Miss liegad, and, after an
hour s wrangle, the engagement which
bad existed between them for eight
months was declared off amid sobs
and contumely. It got into Jail, and
four prisoner escaped while the shor
IS and three more prisoners were
grappling with It The malefactors
lopped In the woods and tackled the
punk and were captured halt a day
later, still entangled In the snare, A
merchant introduced it to a drummer
and won the sample-trunk and head
of tho latter, both of which he had
wagered on hi abdity to solve the
j'ttul inside of twelve minutes, The
itev. Mr. Harps worked ca the puule
all MMurday Bight when he should
have Wen writing his sermon, and
electrified his o rvgaUea next day
by say leg:
And now, fourthly, my brethren,
Lyman's father wt his wife's vr.-inlaw,
aader heaif W will stand
ad receive the beaedluttwe,"
An uawoeteU cimur troeed4
from the W, l T. l hall and
Igatuea different shads of hair blew
ova of tho wtadow. Meg ft, Ut
of lloog Koc received tbe tunte
in hit iuu4y school tomber,
I t I
neglected his work all day. brake his
adding-machina and in his frenzy
figured on the flaps of sixteen white
shirts with indelible Ink, and then
laid tbe matter before his joss, and,
because the latter would not work it
out whipped him all the following
forenoon, and then, in desperation,
renounced Christianity as a snare and
returned to paganism.
The pu :zle permeate J every nook
and corner of tbe village. Two popu
lar members of the Y. M. (1 A.
slapped each otfter's faces over it
Colonel Hooks pulled the nose of a
tourist to whom he was trying to sell
land, and all the boys in town fought
One John P. Smith attacked the
wife of his bosom with ferocity and a
scytha and knocked her into tne well
where she speedily drowned. A mob
chasod Mr. Smith thirteen geographlo
miles and gave blm five minutes in
which to show cause why be should
not be lynched, whereupon he de
clared that tbe demise of Mrs. Smith
was attr.butable to Divine 1'rov'denco
and a stone over which she had
stumbled, tbe same throwing her into
This announcement resulted in a
prolonged and earnest debate upon
the part of the string band, which
continued until the sheriff and posse
rescued Mr. Smith and bore him to
town. Court was in session at the
time, and the case came up for trial
on the morrow. It was dark when the
jury was sent out. They canvassed
the case thoroughly. Ilkks, who was
among them, detailed tbe puzzle and
exhibited his tally sheet
At four o'clock in tho morning the
door was burst open and tho jury fell
down tha stairs, fighting like demons.
The stove bad boon overset and the
building was soon in flames. The
hook and ladder company swirled up
and ran ovor three gentlemen, two of
whom immediately assaulted two fire
men, whereupon the wholo body of
the latlor attacked the entire jury im
partir.lly. The alarm of fire aroused
the village and tho majority of the
citizens appoared on the scene. J udgo
Ucgad denounced tho firemen for riot
ing in tho face 0 tho destroyer, and
was attacked by the foreman of the
company. Several citizen wont to
the assistance of the Judge, and three
men whom he had fined for soiling
whisky jumped in to help the foreman.
Several prohibitionists fortrot every
thing else and rushed in to do battle
with the rum Honda.
A gale had sprung up, and, before
the fire had been got under control
the major portion of the business part
of the village was in ashes. This
threw many men out of employment
and they moved away soon after.
Others, seeing there would be no boom
for many moons, departed. Several
capitalists, who had been about - to
make Investments, immediately folded
their tents. The grand jury , found
true bills against many of the partici
pants In the great fight and they all
fled like the wind. Nobody would
buy property, and the real-estato
The number of the votors was so
reduced that a rival town secured tbe
county-seat and with it went every,
body who could getaway. The news
papers both went Many of the
buildings were loaded on trucks and
hauled oT to the new county-seat
And Anally a cyclone razed all the re
maining buildings and put an end to
the village for good and alL
And all this was the work of the
relationship puzzle. New York
At one time boforethe Franco-Prim.
slan war. whon Napoleon the Third
was a visitor at London, amateur
theatricals were arranged for his en
tertainment A Mr. Brown, who took
a principal part in the entertainment
prided himself on his knowledge of
French. During tho evening, he was
one of the cast in a French comedietta,
and immediately after Dlaved tha nnrt.
of an Englishman who spoke broken
frencn. During this latter sketch.
Napoleon the Third laughed froo
ly, and when Mr. Brown was pre
sented to the emperor, at the close of
the evening, ho was comnlimented in
this ambiguous manner: "Your bad
rrencn was as good as your good
French: allow me ' to congratulate
you." Naturally. Mr. Brown retired
a little mystified. Argonaut
Nsw Vork Fires,
The average number of fire alarms
in a year in New York city Is a little
more than 4,000, which is at the rate
of more than ton alarms a day. Less
than one-quarter of the fires start be
tween 11 p. m. and 7 p. in, while
about three-quarters start between 7
m. and lip. nv Oddly, tho
alarms are rarest between 6 and 7 a.
ra. when fires for household and
business purposos are kindled gener
ally. The busiest times for firemen
is between 8 and 9 p. in., about tho
time that fires for household purpose
Artist (on dally newspaper) Hero
U a proof of your portrait a 1 will
appear in the paper to-morrow mora
Alderman from the 'Steeoth Ward.
What's all that behind the picture
Artist That U merely the back,
ground, h t a kind of shading we
Alderman Young man, I don't
want anything like that In my picture,
those line lVok like an Iron gratia.
I feel sure, brother HUmarck,
that the world Is eomkng to an endl"
What cause have yea for such an
alarming MUl frbod Carnot, moil
The KuiftUa prese Las apprev4
ieo.tn.lof ioue fcy the American
teteraaunt What better proof
you akr LoulsvUi tWWr
Jvttraat. . . ,.
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
News from all parts of the country is
encouraging for the future of the inde
pendent party. All the old war horses
of the g. o. p. are beginning to realize
that they have lost their grip.-Wheel-er
The government of Austria owes tbe
railroads and the passenger fare is
one and two filths cents per mile and
this rat? yields a large revenue to the
government and its employees have a
sure job and sure pay. Og alalia Record.
The Independents of Sheridan county
are making arrangements to hold a pub
lic ratification meeting at Uushvllie of
the work of the independents in the
legislature in the near future. Senator
Stewart Representative Woods and
others have been invited to be present
Facts are stubborn things. Why Is
it that the farmers of America are In
finitely worse off In 18D3 than they were
aqvsrterof a century ago, with
standing they have all thee years been
working like slaves from fourteen to
sixteen hours out of twenty-four a' a
living bard9 There must be something
wrong Beatrice Tribune.
Our republican friends who talked
so loud in tha campaign last fall about
how the "calamity howlers" were stand
ing Nebraska, are very mum just now
about bow tho republican state hour
gang have been stealing from and dis
gracing Nebraska. This may also be
applied to the republican press.
Cherry Co., Independent.
The Alliance-Independent of
Lincoln, tho great populist paper of
that state and the organ ol tho Alliance,
has been vindicated in the courts
against Jay Burrows. TllE ALLIANCE
Inpepckdknt Is a truo populist paper;
and the desperate efforts of tho ma
chine to crush it shows how thoroughly
they fear and hate it. Coming Crisis,
A smart aleck sneeringly aked an
old farmer what he had learned in the
Farmers' Alliance? The old gentleman
replied, ' I have learned to be a friend
to myself, I have also learned to love
my wife and children better than the
party boss; besides I have learned that
I have long been rystcmatically robbed
bylaw, andthatitismyboundenduty to
stop it, and that to do so, I must vote
with my eyes open." Polk County In
dependent, The populists in the Nebraska , leghv
laturo assisted by some honest demo
crats and some honest republicans were
enabled to pass a maximum freight rate
bill which contemplates a reduction
from present rates of about 20 per cent.
If it had not been for the republicans
in the Douglass house insisting on the
worthless Greenlee bill we would have
a similar law in this state but the re
publicans were not there to allow such
MM to become a law. Free Press,
Tha subsidized press of Nebraska
(republican newspapers) have much to
say in derision of independent mem
bers of our legislature. This they do
in order to cover up the paths of crook
edness made in the history of our fair
state by the g. o. p., but which have
been exposed by honest efforts of able
men in the new party. A gang of the
"Stand up for Nebraska" party is now
in court trying to prove that they are
not thieves. Tbey steal because they
aro thieves. See? Ord Journal.
Farmers, do not allow Interest in the
alliance to lapse or wane. Use every
effort to strengthen and build it up. It
is the palladium of your liberties, your
refuge from Industrial slavery. New
firinciples and ideas are constantly be
ne disclosed in the alliance, as it is
only by discussion that truth can be
separated from the rubbish that in
political affairs surrounds it. Strike
anew, renew your vows, redouble your
energy remembering that eterntl vig
ilance is the price oi liberty Minden
The failure of the Union Loan and
Trust company at Sioux City is bring
ing out many crooked transactions.
Some time before tho failure the Sioux
City Packing company placed 150,000
worth of notes in their hands to be
sold. After being told several times
that the money had not been raised,
the packing company demanded the
notes and then learned they had been
sold and the money used for other pur
poses. Other large houses received the
same reward for their confidence.
Dodge County Leader.
In commenting upon the Ann Arbor
ruling of Judge Ricks It is impossible
not to be of two minds. On the one
hand one must needs condemn and re
sent the animus and motive of the rul
ing as Intended to put organized labor
under the feet of organized capital.
On the other hand it Is equally Imposs
ible not to see in the logical implica
tions of tho ruling that businesses,
which closely involve public interests
aro properly subject to the publlo con
trol, a great point for nationalise and
thus a step toward the only pslble
and desirable solution of tho industrial
problem. The New Nation.
Congressman Kern was a Chadron
visitor over Sunday, He had been up
over the 11. V M. road and concluded to
make a flying trip to Chadron, visit old
campaign friend and talk over the sit
uation, Mr. Horn tay that the revel
ations of this w infer and tho record
rua4e la this legislature by the differ
ent parties has already strengthened
the lndndtnt party la Custor county
and the southern part of the district
Ha expects an extra tlun of congress
In tapwnibvr and will remain at home
till then He look for a great battle
la the next congress between the Wall
strvol force and the rvprvsvaiative of
th ptutluctng vlassva. Chadron Sig
nal. ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
St JiMwpti Hiisg y Co. Carriage and
1W1 at lewsat price. Catalogue
and price list free, ,h and Maul
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Ouiaha Much . IWJ-Dr C. Gee, Wo; I have
tieen a great sunerer mnee a "null nblld with
chrouic diarrhoea week back, headache, mix!
'riilui with rhemnatlmn. I had tried iflftiiy
doctors and pent a great dnl of money, but no
reiior. to'it suven n oiittn ago l beard ol Dr.
C- Gee Wo, commence! talc tlx trenttient and
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Nebraska Sayings Bank
13 and O St., Lincoln.
GIVES ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
Write Us and We will Prove it.
Five per cent Interest on saving accounts
Special rate on time deposits.
Write u or call for neat vest pocket memo
3, 6. Sooth wick, B. R. Tiholit
m& off fysttifimfos
1 2th and Farnam scs.
The Kentucky-bred Coach Uoree,
Beautiful rich brown home, 18 hands, com
bining nlze, great tlnlxb, pure, lofty trait aul
speed. His hire Is Fred Patchen, aon of Mam-
iirino ratcnen on (lire or i :au iroiiers ana
rrandalrn of i 2 trotter In 2:) or better; 11am
brthat highly nnmhed horxe Imi., Yorkhlre.
I do not need bin horns ( am not In tae home
bNnliie. lie la elexatitly broken, anuwhere or
place, ana is soia ir no isiia. ne young,
sound and very handsome and I otter him at a
price so low that at a IU wrvbe fee will
mors than pay ror himself this aeaiou la any
section of In country. Writ me.
C. W, CocaasLL, Lincoln, Neb.
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to llehlivf. Ckrvois, ht llarrS lary pilaa, aa4
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waft s nu SMMiAt Ut tas pwnl Imilh, The M
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DmaaaiiHpm, UiMMmataa tmw4 l. J, M HaiV f.ra
fiat, suta a . Ut a4 ateta. tlaaxts. Mm
or 1 '.i iavH
lluuml trip lu to tn IVICo CVnut.
Khnrl trt to the Moubtaia lUaorU
TrllowsUirui National Park th unt
wonderful Ht on thl conttnefvl.
t'ufet HudJ, th MtUltrrAncAa of
the 1 Wlfio cotuU
An4 ttl) rv:hsl ia lhUloI'(iclao
8jrtnt. for UuUtW lnformatoo tH
K T. M ATtw, C. T. A., m 0 St.,
J.U. tU)aoi U. Aft.
The Paragon Incnbator
Ts poelUrelf the moat practicable and re
llanu Inruluinrnria tiefnre the Deople Of tbe
Wert. Fatronizo Home) Indutry ' and g-et
the best. We dare come before the people at
tbe trreat Nebraska Sute Fair this year. i
h.L'hwl ttrhlrltifrnni lit fictile eiflfS. Aftet
moving the ckits and machine several miles
whn l.v ari within two darsof hatching.
There being o premiura oflered at tbe fair w
were granted tbe hiuiies? award of honor by
tbe board of examiners. Send tor circulars
and price list of the incubator, which hatched
tbe cnicas at tne state rair. AaureM
O. C. COLLIER.
Box 435, Falrbary, Neb.
12 S. C. BROWS LEGH025 CHICKS
With their Mama, $3.50
SAFE ARRIVAL. GUARANTEED
15 Ejck $1.30; 36, $3.00; 72. $5.00
Send stamp for catalogue and get some
pointers. W.J HICKOX, Alma, Neb-
Mention Tbe Alliance-Independent
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
l2Alun.1flnallw M.t.4 K. on t 11 Hut tt WnrM
wide reputation. Ueafnees eradicated and en
tirely cured, of from i to 3ft years' standing,
after all other treatments bavs failed. How
the difficulty Is reached and tbecauae removed
fully explained In circulars, with affidavits
and testimonials of cure from prominent
Dr. A. FONTAINE, Tacoma, Wash
"AMOXG THE OZARK8."
The Land of Big Red Anpl-a is the title of an
attractive and bixhly intcreaiing boo recently
laau-d. This book la bandaomely llluHtrated
with viewa of Houth Missouri acenery Including
the fauious Olden fruit farm of 8.U0 acres In
Howell county. It pertains ent rely to fruit
ralalng In in it great fruit belt of Ainerlua, the
southern slope of the Ozark a. and will prove of
greut value, not only o fruit R owera, but to
every farmer and houtkeoper in other elates
looking for a lann and a home. Thin book will
be mailed free. Addreaa. J. K. I ockwooo,
Kansas City, Ho.
TOE BOSS SPRAYER
For Bpraylng fruit treB and vines. Send
for catalogue and price list to
lfiGO So. 26th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Black Seal Roofing
TOUGH and DURABLE as leather,
FIREPROOF as asbestos, WATER
PROOF as rubber, and at prices with.
In the reach of every one. Put on by
anybody and good in any climate.
Tour Roofs and
In Red or Urowni
or with oar glossy jet black, IMPERIAL
ASPHALT PAINT, all folly guaranteed.
Cheapest and best paint for metal and
wood In use. Send for Pamphlet, Catalogue
sad Color Card to the manufacturers
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Price, paper 26e; cloth $1 00.
Address Thb Alliabce Pub. Co., Lincoln. Jeb.
"Money Monopoly, bv E. R. Baker, is rro-
nouBced by rooresentfttlve leaders in the reform
cause to be the moBt comprehensive work ever
published on the money question. Every asser
tion backed up by undeniable proofs. Truly the
Oatling gun of wage-slavery against plutocratic
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Kellable Challeiite, O. K. reerleas and
l Vmmy Wind Mflla, Pumps, Cylinders
Tanks, ex-d Villa, Corn bbellera, Horn
Challenge Wirfd Mill A Feed Mill CoH
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FURNAS : COUNTY : HERD.
A few Extra God September Pigs,
and a No. 1 butter imrei bull, yearling,
registered for Bifle. Prices right.
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KINGSLAKD & DOUGLAS MFQ. CO.
ST. MMVIH, MO.-
Unrivaled for fast Trash
inf. Separating and
ss!i-sc Traction Enelnes,
Excels in all Points that no to make np a 1'erfee
fulling aad Working tnglne. SniforCataloiu
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PURIFY THE BLOOD.
RIPAN8 TABl l.ES are tbe beat Hedl.
cine knowa for IndJaeotloa, Illllouaneaa,
lleadaehe, t'oiutlpatloa, Dyapepala, Chrenia
Liver Troublea, Ulaaiaeaa, Kadloaupleilon,
Vraenterr, Otrvu.lre itreath, and all dla.
rdera at the Ktamiu.-b, Liver and Huwela.
Rlpans TabulM contain nothing Injurlom to
the niort delicate conatltutiun. Are ilfawint to
take, aafe, effcetual, and (rive immediate relief.
1'rice Box vialx). Ifi cta( i Packatre ( boxea),
12. May be ordered throiiKh neareet drugg-iat,
or by mull. Sample free by mull. Addrem
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
10 SPRUCE STREET, NEW TORK CITT.
W. C. T. U.
138 S 12th St., Lincoln.
First class table and attendance.
Lunches at all hours. Witf
The Only Line Under One Management
Lincoln to Points Below.
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Fast Trains to Chicago and St. Paul.
Clops Connections tor Ah Points.
BEST Eyt'IPMKNTS LOWEST RATES
A. 8. FlELDINH, W. M. 9HIPMAN,
City T'kt. Agt. Gen'l. At
Office 1133 O St-Depot Cor. S and 8th St,
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