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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
MAY 11. 1893 .
HAWTHORNE ON THE HILL.
DEAD DEADS GOT IN.
WORLD'S FAIR SUNDAY CLOS
ING A FORCE.
THE PASSHOLDEBS ARE FAVORED.
Handrada of Thorn Admitted to th Fair
Groanda and Tbonaaoda of Working
men and Tbelr Fa mil lea Turned
Away A Suit Uroocht to Teat
the Matter Much Bad
feeling la Ktlrred t'p.
Chicago, May 9. The rule to close
the fates of the world'a fair Sunday
vu rigidly enforced yesterday, at
least o far a the ticket-purchasing
public was concerned. The fortunate
hundreds who hold passea were ad
mitted, however, and allowed to wan
der about the grounds at their wilL
It was a beautiful day and thousands
of workingmen, some of them with
families, went to the fair grounds
under the apprehension that the
gates were to be open. And when
these toilers were turned away they
left in anything but a good humor. It
was highly aggravating to them to sec
the favored hundreds, even thousands,
enter the grounds on passes, while they
who worked all week were excluded.
The validity of the law of congress
closing the gates is to be tested in the
courts this week. Charles V. Cling
man, who is a stockholder in the fiiir,
has served notice on hecretary Kd
monds thnt he will appeal to the courts
to open the fair on Kunday. In his
letter, in ihe interest of the working
people and as a representntive of other
stockholders, he demands that the
people be admitted Sunday the same
as every other day In the week.
"I demand this," continues he, "not
only for my interest financially as a
stockholder, but more especially for
the people who cannot see the exposi
tion on any other day except Sunday.
Having made this demand on you in
writing 1 have placed the matter in
the hands of my attorney who will
commence legal proceedings l' nee
against the exposition if my de 'a
are not complied with."
President lligginbotham had not
learned of Mr. Clingman's letter when
the reporter asked him what he in
tended to do about it. lie read the
"We shall be compelled to defend
the suit if one is brought," he finally
. "Resist Sunday opening, in other
words," the reporter remarked.
"Yes, that is the position in which
we would be placed. Nearly all the
members are In favor of a seven-day
fair. However, I do not think any
thing will come of this notice. I be
lieve Mr. Clingman can be convinced
that his plan is not the proper one and
tljat it is better to let matters rest as
they are at present."
Tli Work of the Kauaas lloodle luveatl
, gatloa to Mo Furpoae.
Tope k a, Kan., May 8. The formal
finding of the senate boodle investiga
tion committee is that the investiga
tion with all ito attending expenses
has developed but one fact that 84,500
and probably more was paid to James
F. Legate by l'ete Kline, the Kansas
City policy-shop man, to be usod in
influencing the appointment of police
commissioners for Kansas City, Kan.
No evidence was brought out im
plicating either Fred J. Close or
Attorney General Little, and the com
mittee finds that the charges printed
In the Capital were based on informa
tion furnished by John V. Moflitt.
which the latter failed to sustain when
placed on the witness stand. All at-
kiujui w octuic witnesses wno were
..t.i.j : . i. .i , . . . . -
acquainted with the fats proved futile.
u? testimony was brought out
except thal'O, frffata himself, thai
amounted h hnvthini T,eirttte nA
mitted having secured the money, but
forgo 1 about who he had paid any
of it , f'he committee will hold no
n , eetings.
Mill Watch the Levees.
GReenvili.e, Miss., May 9. A pe
tition, signed extensively by mer
chants, planters and members of the
bar was presented to Jude Williamson,
praying that the Bpring term
of the circuit court be not
held, in order that every white
citizen of Washington county may do
duty in watching and guarding the
levees. The judge ordered that no
court be held.
Freabyterlana to MU
Washington, May 9. Preparations
for the meeting of the one hundred
and fifth general assembly of the Pres
byterian church of the United States,
which will begin In this city on tho
18th instant are alxnit complete. The
most important matters to come be
fore it will be the ease of Ih. llrigga
and the revision of the confession of
A Cooatable Kills a 1'rlaoner,
SnuxontMs Mo., May 9. At Ash
(rove, twenty miles northwest of here
at about 1 o'clock yesterday morning,
Constable V. O Trawl field shot and in
stantly killed William King. Crawl
field had Jut arrvaltnl King for a mi
deiueauor. He made an attack on
CrawltUUl, whokille.1 him In self de
fens. the tildmt MlaUlef Itoad.
WtK.auR. Ohio, May 9,-Urv. David
Kammerrr, the oldest active member
In tb ministry In the I'ullml State,
died at his hum in thitdty yesterday,
lie. Kammerrr w in hie Ut year,
and avBty-n years of his life was
s)Mtit as a Minister of the (irrtuaa
(fat Mwaeeraas ttaatfa.
W&attisoTO, May f-.iiiet.l W, a
Knaorran has ra-ljfnM as rvytattr of
the treasury owiitg to vunUnutht ill.
heal I h, lie la tw la ('altt.waU and
It la but Wliaved bo will rvn
KU14 the .
Dvaanuu, Col, May t,-Aaother
tad t! wtuniervue Navajo attacked
two cvwbort at Croaa ( anoa, iKduree
awaalj, aad killed one of Uut
nuimui iwiuimu uujjljdujj
26S Foot Front.
Second Largest Normal
SCHOOL la now In full operation In all Ita
actual aMcndanee. Ultra baa been at leant
sn equal amount In lSft.") We need now .10 to 75 hoimes to accomuioriatH the atudenta. We are
aellliia; lot frrnn lAOOOto 14(0 on eay terms surt H la a firt clsaa c hance to double your money
willilntbenext2uioullia, lluy s lot, build a hoiine; It will ay for Ifhtlf wltblo five yt-ars.
the aeat of
THE WESTERN NORMAL,
la situated on blub, rolllrir ground overlnoklnK the Caiiltol clty-s city of 6S0) r otile-and la
ronni'i'ted with the eliy by elwlrle eara. Hawthorne property la Ihe li tjtt-t property around the
city of Lincoln and In ibe plat e lo educate your c hildren. Vos have city advuntauettwlth country
lax. If you are tlilnklriK of fending your children
oi it it win pay all pxi i-iim-h, ana will 'ii n.r uscii in a mort time, we also nave aome
amflll iracta of If ml near the collcce from one to thirty acres junt the Ihinfr for RardenltiK. and
near the Widtern Normsl will ac'll cheap and on eey teimn. for any lufomialion in regard to
lola uu landa st or near weHern rorniui can ou or write,
BARBER & FOWLER,
ROOM 10-1041-0 St , - Lincoln, Neb.
THREE NEGROES LYNCHED.
An Arkanaaa .11 ob Ilaiia;a the Hnrderoua
Aaaallrtiita of a Merchant.
Camdks, Ark., May 10. Three ne
groes were lynched at llearden early
this morning for a murderous assault
Saturday upon Jesse Norman, a prom
inent young business man of that
place, with an axe as he was return
ing home from his store at midnight
raullne Markliam IluUly Hurt.
Louibvhxk, Ky., May 10. l'auline
Markhain, once a comic opera queen
of New York, now a member of the
"Her Husband ' company, fell into a
hole in the sidewalk on (Seventh street
last night and both bones of her left
leg were broken. She will be disabled
for weeks. She will suo for damages.
A Prelate Rebuked.
MKTZ,May 10 The emperor has ad
dressed a letter to the bishop of Metz
in which he finds fault at the attitude
of tho prelato, who in introducing to
the pope a body of pilgrims from Lor
raine, told the pope that the Catholics
of Lorraine were grieved to see hi in a
prisoner in the Vatican.
The pijoplo of CentraKa, Mo. , have
voted 1 favov of an electric light sys
tem, A' ...m' ,f.aa;lve.
A (krmaa oiiicST', who was head
and earq in dobtl wind to a friend:
'I 6wq so much money that I have
gotto uo one of two things."
f-ray your debts or riot pay themP
I expect you will chooso the latter
No, that's not what I meant What
1 mean is that I must marry a woman
with money or commit suicide."
Well, marry for all means, by all
means. You will have plenty of
time to shoot yourself afterwards."
The Mourner's Corner.
There is a mourner's coi ner in one
of the cloakrooms of tho national
house of representatives and another
in the senate cloakroom, where tho
disappointed and disgruntled congre
gate to express their dissatisfaction
with tho existing order of things.
Thore, it is averred, statesmen gather
to sit with the corpses of their dead
hopes and ambitions, mid each place
is known locally as a chamber of
sighs. A joke or a good story is
never heard there.
Africa it 334 ilmj as large as th
Ui of New York. It Is the most
remarkable of all the countries M
respects its animal distribution. Out
Of a toUl of known sped. 47
of them are to bo found In no o'.htt
The tonsUnt demand of theirs filing
puhllo to the far west for ft comfortable
and at the same time n economical
mode of tratsllng . baa UU te the eslab-lUhnit-atot
what is knowa as Tollman
Colonist 81c ?r.
The ears are built on the same gen
eral plan aa the regular Brat-claw 1'ull
man HUwpvn, the only difference bvlng
thai thsy are not MpholsU-ml.
They are furnished com piste with
rood comfortable hair wattrvaa, warm
OlanksU, snow white Mnea curtains,
plenty ef towel, combe, brush, eto.,
which secure to Us ewwpant ol a b rtb
m tnui-U privacy as Is W be had tit firat
eiaas Upra, There are also w paras
toilet rwtflt lor lailee aod genllemea,
and tmtiklHf U abeolutelj prvhlhlwa
l or full Informa.ioa e4 lor I'utlman
Cultmiat lrHMitr Uaflet.
J.T. Waitdi.O. T. A. 1044 O. 81,
K U, tuwsK, Ue. Aft , M t
College in America.
departments between TOO and 800 Undents In
S'ibu 000 spent in liuilillnm in lH'.r'. and we need
to ocbool buy a lot, build aboueand rents part
$25 to $50 ggi
4amtlfmell. nlnR mt Hltiw
"Old Urllik- Plater." Oalr
prftclttwl way Ui rrplala nut 7 and
wura fcalfat, forth, pooa,
qutcklj 4mih by dlppiug la aielb-4
mt-lal. So aiprlDiM, pollibiDg
or maRhtiurr. Tbiok piau at oaa
operaitoa; laila 6 u 10 y eafa; Bna
flulib whea Laaeo rroiu'tba plater.
Krry famiiy baa plating to 4o.
Plater ail readily. Proflu large.
W. P. Harrtoin C. t'taaikiH,U.
BY A REVIVAL OF PURITANISM,
The paper that has mtiat strongly opposed
this uni!ay closing la the popular New York
Kr;et nought Journal, the
Illustrated Weekly Truth Seeker,
We want you to help oppose this Interference
wlih the riKhUo' the people, by circulating Thb
Thuth fciSKKEft. Thin large Journal Is tilled
each week with Freethouhtand sclentitlc ar
ticles, and every Liberal should read It. The
pictures each week are the mont forcible ever
drawn, and once seen linger in the mind ior
ever Kveryone that believes that be is NOT
GOING TO HELL.
will want this paper, and everyone that thinks
his ueigbor IS ought to read it to convince him
of his error, and so make his life better and
happier. HKAK ALL SIDES!
Html us 3 and receive the paper A YEAR
you will be glad you did It. SPECIAL AT
TRACTIONS begin in May, and once you read
it you will always want it. Ten cents a copy.
1MHKB HA .VI PLB COPIES KENT ON MKCKIPT OK 10
cents to those mentioning the paper in which
they saw thla adv. Address.
The Truth Seeker,
28 Lafa-ette Place. New York City.
AN ENTERPRISING MAN.
Macon, Mo., April 1, 1892.
Oueeh City Silver aod Nickel Plating Co.,
1 or 7 ....: Til
iUSl Ot. yVU0 III.
I read Mrs. Bailey's experience sell
ing games, and I am tempted to give
my experience plating. I paid $5.00
for one of tjucen Platers, for plating
gold, silver or nickel. I had no trouble
to got all the knives, forks, spoons,
casters and jewelry I could plate. The
first week I made f 27 clear profit; the
second, $32 40, and am now aversging
$45 per week. I have advised a number
of my friends to try this business, and
they are all doing well. The machine
ia complete and does the work rapidly.
I can make as much telling Platers as
plating. Hoping my experience will
benefit other, I am
B. (i. Stookey.
I you want to make more clear money
than you ever made in your life, send
for circulars and price of the Queen
I'later; for gold, Bilver, nickel, copper,
and brass plating: can m used hy any
one. 1'lates beautiful, and equal to the
filne st new work. Every class of goods
or metals. Twenty dollars a day can
easily be made. Address,
Queen City Slim ini Nickel Nitlng Co-
13 N Main St, EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL.
Mention this paper.
Use Northwestern line to Chlcatro.
Low rates. Fast train. Oftlce 1LI3
Ferine ftr Hale,
acre two mlUii from Alliance
Neb., tw) aer la crop. Krsm house
and stable. Good well. One of the
very brt farms ta the county. Will
give HNKa'on at onc. Cah price HQ
1(W a'rs 7 miles from Alliance, Neb.
prlw ." Wt 00. Other land jotnlaf this
can be bought rvasonable. for artle
X. AlUancA Neb.
V Northwestern line to Chiesu
law raws, last trains. Omse II U
ST. JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
SI. Joeei'h Hugy Co. I atrlan and
Rjirclee at loweai prtete. tataltue
sr price list free, eta and Meseaale
SU , tit. J.- Mo
I'se Northwestern line fc fhlafo
Iaw rate, l ast trains, Otttae 1143
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Tli utht-r day, ia oklnir of the lm
prottd facilitWa fur tusurkHi travel ta
VV arw attanUonieir the 14 eviteni
of Utrhtinf tna rare with kenweae
lain), at J more tbaa halt th tNikache
ba alrtatly Uw t)ui4 with the
nuwt Imurvvtnl and the fMt eyotctn ul
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:un. WUh the w 'iatM.h iam
tnerwvan to au jelbiUt of danger
fnu ep'.lt'i or vtherwl, a the
apfaralvM U all out aide aa4 uadr the
cur, and la taw event vt uUhap, the
Aiturve brrmw dtk.'he4 a4 the
tM ar lata the air."
11 arUilaat llatmh liht, th 0nt
car Ulurotaaat ta etiatttmn, uw la um
oa the t'eloa iVitia jUm fulnlu all
the rwuulltw ivaditluae a hitUy
aou4 hy Mr. lwtw. "
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1713 Farnara St., Omaha, Neb.
s. r. iIa a- . '
IUrU-r A fowler hare a etock of fn
era monhana!M In Iowa, now rua
atng and dolnjf blf cath bualaeM'.old
venial couatry. I 'arty wi.hee tu wove
to Uotxtla and will lake a part clear
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Our dt ar WW4 cart-fully Utorv
loavleir the ett. iJriw4d, ia iSntth
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