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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
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MILK IN THE COCOANUT
Dw't Worknun Vota m Thej
SILUP 3HDT30F A SH1BP SHOOTER
A Deserved Roasting for Working Peo
ple Who Organize an Don't Know
Enough to Act Right at
KothchlUs and the bank of England
hava owner on fold,
"There's the milk in the cocoanut.
There' the true inwardness to the
That's the spur to Carnegie, Murat
Ilitntesd, Cleveland, the whole horde of
They have they hold the control of
feo, of course,, everything must be
brought to a gold basts.
. . Countrymen,
Can you not see'thUT
Can you set the "point V
You htvo baen feeling It for a good
while; It Is time that you should soe It.
Djq'C run recklessly, blindly against It
anylmgor. Open your eyes.
Why look here, I mean all you fel
low, roa.men of muscle:
' Am trlcan Federation of Lib3r,
Knight of Ltbor.
Barbjr' Interaatlooal Union.
Boo'cbtnders Protective Unloa,
Bre ers' Union.
. Brotherhood of Pointers and Daoora
Hrlcklaborers' Protective Union.
Brick moulders' and Setters' Union.
Bricklayers' International Ualoa. J
Carpenters' and Joiners, Union,
' Single Tai Association.
Street Car-Employes' Union.
International Association of Mwhlntsta.
' Expressmens' Union.
Granite Cutters' Natlonal.Unlon.
International oBrothorhood of Black,
Jouraeymen Bakers and Confectioners'
Journeyman llorseshoers' Union.
Machine Woodworkers' Union.
National Aisoclation of Machinists.
Order of Railway Telegraphers,
Plumbers', Gis and SteamQtters'
Retail Clerks' Union.
Stone tyasooV International Union,
, Tinners Union.
Jouraeymen Cooks' Union.
All the above will please take notice.
I mean them those men of muscle.
You band together 804 days in the year
and spout and resolve, and resolute and
protest, and kick and strike, and then on
the 885th day you go to the polh and
kick over your bucket of milk.
Aye you do worsethan that.
You feed your oow all the year through
and then drive her majestic illy up to the
polls and let your enemies milk her.
You milk her yourself and give them
the cream and the milk.
ou kill your 'cow, make a barbecue
for your oppressors and give them hair,
boms, hide, hoofs'andall.
Next day, after eleotlon, you go out on
a strike to buy another cow.
But me n while tyour babies go without
Now isn't that foolishness with
big FT Pittsburg Kansan.
aaamr In the Far North,
Astonishing to the stranger Is the
sudden development of the far north
ern summer. Snow covers the ground
la the Aleutian islands until well
Into Juno, but by that time the day
lasts nearly all night, aud in a few
weeks rank vegetation has taken the
ftaoe of snow. The hills beootue
ovrpeU4 with brilliant flowers and
the grass is waist high. This vege
tation, dying winter after winter,
covers the ground to a great depth
aad makes It dlffleuU to walk, and
adds Mxu-Ully to the task of mount'
ala climbing. It simplifies the d
cant, however, for a person wearing
tout truar may slide for a quarter
el a mile dowa the mountain on this
Tk t.rats f IIUwsibs.
Teople who have ukn the Uke
Snrertor steamers at Port Arthur
eve aotioed the high long dike of
basalt Hut pushfts lato the wate
Ire the northern limit of Thunder
bay. The luJUm UlUve that this
rtUge Is the grave of Hiawatha or, as
ha Is vatle4 there, MtQtWsho, at
lew r4 uton pass the spot without
trepplag a Nt beads or a pipeful of
lebwa U the water as an oblatlea
to bis spirit
Take the ALUaNCfr 1 XPKf KMOtuiT
This I tbo rontle. tir Hebt nl-jht:
And dreaming oft bcfom, on night as fair.
My hopes and thoubta hava taken flight
And gone I know not where. ,
Tta hop and thoughts wre youthful dreaa
Of high Ideas of better tran -s to do
Thir wtnfs were like the sunset beams
When they took flight from me.
I would not call them back s -alti
I do not know the haven wh-re they rest
They my have soothed some bitter pain
Or brightened some sad breast.
For much there U not understood.
Our life is moulded by the little things.
Love rives to us a thought that s good
And Ood may give it wings
Jf. V. Journal
It was about half an hcjr after
sunset, but an orange light still
burned above the lonely .Southern
valley. The trembling eveninir star
was hanging over the green alienee
of the fragrant Tennooe woods.
Vapor wreathed phantoms from the
river course, and from the dense
thickets that skirted the camp
ground came ever and anon tho
mournful -sound of whippoorwilln,
sounding fulnt and low, like tho re
mombered echoes of a dreurn. Yet
Wallace Ket-iij would have given well
nigh all lie was worth to exchange its
luxuriant verdure one moment only,
for the pine clad heights and salt
winds of Malno, with nwet winged
robins chirping their familiar madri
gals in the apple orchards b ' low.
"Two years ago I left home," rour
mured Wallace Keeno as he gazed
thoughtfully out where the purple
sky seemed to touch the waving
a . .rfv t
wooas. "iwo years since young
Harney told me ho never would give
Marlon to a 'common mechanic,' yet
the wound rankles sharply still"
'Is that you Splcer P What nowP"
Captain Keene turned its face to
ward the opening of the tent, where
Privato Jpieer'a bead was just visi
"Why, sir, our fellows have Just
Drougnt in mat lot o men that was
hurt in that scrim mage across the
river this morning, and some on
'era is wounded bad."
"I will be there directly, Splcer."
There was a little crowd of men
gathered on the river shore in the
warm glow of the spring, but they
silently parted right and left for
iupiain necne s tan ngure to pass
inrougn tneir midst
O I . t a a
oix or seven ausiy, (Heeding men
were sitting and lying around in var
ious pOHtures, their ghastly brows
made still paler by the faint, uncer
tain glimmer of the young moon.
Keene glanced quickly around, tak
i i . i i . ...
injr m me wnoio scene ;n that one
He stopped short as his eye fell on
a new face, half shadowed by the
green sweep of drooping alders a
pale, blood streaked face with a gap
ing cut on the forehead.
"Ihia Is not one of our men!" he
exclaimed sharply. "How came ha
"No, sir," explained Splcer, step
ping forward. "I think he belonged
to the Eighth. I'm sure I don't
know how he ever got mixed up with
our fellows, but there he was, and I
thought we'd better not wait for their
ambulance, but bring him straight
Right," briefly pronounced Keene,
stooping over the insensible figure.
"Let them carry him to my tent,
"I beg your pardon, captain to
'Didn't you hear what I saidP"
sharply Interrogated the superior
officer. "Bruce, make the others
comfortable in Lieutenant Ordway's
quarter There will be plenty of
room for thorn thore."
"Well, I'm beat!" ejaculated Splcer
five or ten minutes afterward as he
came out of the captain's tent
scratching his shock of coarse red
Meanwhile the dim light of a lamp
swinging from the center of the little
tent shone full ou the singular group
wnnin its circling lolds the wounded
private lying like a corpse, still and
pale, on the narrow iron bedstead.
young officer leaning over him
ana supporting his head and the
brisk, gray eyed little surgeon keenly
surveying both as he unfolded his
case of phials and powders.
"lie is not dead, doctor?"
"No; but he would have been in
another half hour. Your prompt
remodles have saved his life, Captain
Thank God! oh, thank Cod!"
The surgeon looked at Keene In
He doesn't belong to your regi
ment Why are you to interested in
Because, doctor." said Kecno. with
a strange, bright smile, "when I saw
him lying under the alders, dead, a
I thought, I rejolewl in inv secret
heart At first only at first The
next moment I remembered that I
was a man and a Christian. For
years I have carried the spirit of
Cain In my breast toward that man;
now it Is washed out In his blood."
It wa hlirh noon of the next dav
before tho wound! man started from
a Kvorvd Uiue Into the faint dawn of
" Hons am IP" be faltend.Kwkln
wildly around hlra,wlth an Ineffectual
elort to raise bl diss head from
Now, be eai.H laid Private
Spleer, who was t teanlng bis gun br
the tKkWUU "You're all right, my
boy. Whore are youP Whv lr- the
capiak's teut, to bo sure, and that's
preUi got! quarter for the rank
and ltl, I should think,
The capulu'e tntP How came I
That's Just what ! can't toll you
you'll have 10 ask himself, I guess.
You ain't any relation to Csi-uia
keeae, be yoVM
"Keeae Keen. r posted the
Because." pursued Snicer,
you'd been his own brother born, he
couldn't have taken better care
yox His cousin, maybe!"
"No! God forgive me, no!" faltered
tho wounded man with a low, bitter
Here he is now," said Spicer, the
familiar accents of his voice falling
to a more respectfully modulated
tone as he rose and saluted his officer.
"He s all right, captain as clear
headed as a boll!"
"Very well, Spicer: you can go."
The private obeyed with alacrity
unen tney were alone together in
the tent, Wallace Keene came to the
"So you're all right, Mr. Harney?"
he askeil kindly.
"Captain Keene," murmured Har
ney, shrinking from the soothing
tone as if it had been a dagger's
point, "I have no right to expect this
treatment at your hands."
"Oh, never mind," said the young
man lightly. "What can I do to
make you more comfortable?"
jiarney was sneni, Dut Ms eyes
were full of the tears ho fain would
drive back tears of remorseful
shame and be turned his flushed
iae jest me man no had once so
grossly insulted should Bee them fall
iiie next day he again alluded to
the same subject
captain jveene, you asked me
yesterday what you could do forme?"
"I want you to ask leave for May
io come ana nurse me when 1 am
transferred to the hospital.
Captain Keene turned toward the
bu;k man a tace wnite and hat a as
marble and said in a strangely altered
I i . . ...
"Do you mean your sister?"
"My sinter yes."
"Of course, if you wish it I can ob
tain permission, Harney. But"
Keeno's cheek colored, and h bit
"1 should not suppose she would
be willing to leave her husband for
the very uncertain comforts of hos
Harney smiled, looklnar 'into his
companion's face with keen, search
May Is not married. Cantain
Keene. She has no such appendage
as a i) us Dana:
"l know what you thought She
was engaged and almost married.
We had nearly induced her to become
Lisle Spencer's wife, but she refused
on the very eve of her wedding day."
neone naa risen and was pacing ud
and down the narrow limits of the
tent with feverish haste.
"Because," went on Harnev. "she
loved a certain youn? volunteer who
left S about two vears acta t,nn
well to become any other man's wife. "
"Harney you do not t mean to
I do, though, old fellow, and.
wnat is more, I mean to sav that
since I've been lying in this tent my
eyes have been pretty thoroughly.
openea to my own absurd folly and
Captain Keene wrung his oompan
ons hand and hurried awav. to mis
take tho bootjack for the inkstand
and to commit several other no less
I see you'll get nothlnar written
to-day," sighed Harney as he lav
watching Wallace Keene . tear up
sheet after sheet of note paper.
'i snail, though." smiled Wallace.
Only I can't toll exactly whioh end
of my letter to begin at."
Captain Keene did write and if he
Inserted a little foreign matter into
the epistle it didn't matter, for Har
ney, considerate fellow, never asked
to see it.
Marion came, and when her brother
was promoted into the convalescent
ward, she went home again, it was
only to lose herself in bowers of
orange blossoms, forests of white
satin ribbon and acres of pearly,
shimmering silk, shot with frosty
gleams of silvery brocade, for the
oourse of true love, after all its turn
and intricacies, had at length found
its ay into the sunshine and was
running smoothly over sands of cold, i
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New York News.
Stue's : Great : Pi
Never Fslllng to destroy the worst ease of
Worms in Horses
A Sure ILnnody for Worms In Horses,
Hogs, Docs, CaU, and a Sptondtd
Humotly lor Sick Fowls, or lloup,
and is bettor known M
BTEIETEE'8 H0O CHOLERA CUM.
ask your DitrouisT ron
8TEIETEE BOG CHOLESA CURL
'rt- Weenwi; br mall Ss eeats for nns t.t $
. II VI, iprl pM, t, MM sh. tr
otiruw etprria. L". M. Mlius) Uk lU
GEO. U. STKKETKK.
t2HM UAIMItM, MICH.
Mntto Tut Au.usk S Istisrssosst.
Sn JOSEPH BUGGY CO.
K. Jt)i)h Uuuiry I'a. CrrlT'saad
HuijUsat 1awvs tof. CauUatfu
and jrU- ttsi fiv, 6th aid dstat
Sl4. tit. Jt, 110.
Wblwt Wans, hooey, turgham olas
butter and eggs to s!l n "M'mmtuma.
J, V. If ANTt rr,
j&fi2L!& jf" f7h
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I rH BUSINESS COLtEGE.i
Y. M. C. A. Buxi., Kansas Citt, Mo.
t"3 Most Practical Business College in the
West. Shorthand. Typewriting, Book-!
Keeping ana iiieirapny. bnortnand '
vibvMall. Three 'eison free Send fori
j? our SPECIAL SDMMBK OFFKK.
BUT DIRECT FROM FACTORY" BEST
At WHOLKHAI.E PRICES. Delivered Free
For Houm-s, ISarnn. Roofs, sll colors. & SAVH
Middlemen s profits. In use 61 years. En
darned by Urni'Ke & Farmers' Alliitnce. Iow
iirlcen will KiirpriMe you. write for samples
O. W. INUKKSOLL, 3 Plymouth St.. Broolfr
lyu, m. x.
PRAISE FROM THE PACIFIC COAST.
Ra Francihco. Cav.Nov. 11. 1K92.
The Howard Medicine Co., Lincoln, Net).
plying to yours of
the oth. would say
that, for several
yesrs, I have been
Blackheads and a
Shiny Skin, and
have used all the
F reparations that
hear.! of but
none of them re'
.rfflleved me until
ti' used two bottles of
your FackUi. bach
which has remov-
eu an ui me uvna
wornfti and left
my face clean and
smooth, so that 1
do not even use powder any mre, and I must
say that I think it Is the best face preparation
a person can use. mas. j. w. ruivn,
617 post htreet.
1100 will be uald for an Incurable case of
blackhaads or Dimples. For sale at all drug
Kin i or at
Corner 12th andO
POTATO - PLilTER
WORKS PEKKECTLT IN
or SANDY SOIL
SOD or NEW GEO UND.
any and uniform
Makes holes, drops and covers at one
PLANTS TWO ACRES A
The Potato Planter Co.,
Traverse City, Mich.
GOLD, SILVER & NICKLB
Useful Trade, Easily Learned,
Which Costs Little to Start
to all who wish to engage in this work, and
to all In their own homes.
Oi the manv ways of making a Hvinir. eerhao
there is none more pleasant and profitab e than Gold,
Silver and Nickel I'lating it is only witnin tne
last few years that tbi trade has b en brought with
in the the reach of perrons of moderate means.
The cot 1 sn outfit which was very hih has
been ereatlv reduced bv improved progress of sci
entific manufactories. The trade is one of those
essilv comprehended, bcii.5 to a ureal extent purely
St requires no amount f technical learning; and
what i reuuired Is supplied bv the instructions
sent with tne outfit.
1 lis I'lttilug U done by a chemical process. Th
articles are clianed, placed in the bath connected
with th battery, and It everything is all right the
thickness of the 1 Isle will dei end upon the length
of time the article is in the bath, and the strength
of the battery. It is here you hive control of the
whole thing, So you Can always guarantee your
Now for the length of time the solution will last.
If car is taken louse an anode equal to work, It will
lit 1 e Ions; tints, fur vsws wan ordinary use
snd after bring used always works better than a
The work that will be done will be
equal to the b.st that can lie don in the la the ftn
et equipped ptatiitv esUMUhmctits.
1 he uutlit not being very hravy or of a bulky
nature, can be errid from one town to another, or
aasonte parlies are .loli g, take tbe ouirit te the
place wheie im vet the wtvk. Het the aparstita on
lh. UM and plate the article before the parties
ll would take but a short tune and three job of this
kind would make you live dollar pee day' or mot.
Till DEMAND FOR H-ATfcD WAHK,
There is really demaad for plated ware lit every
well tu-dabHii, '1 he worn-oil plating oa the la
ble ia Ihe n ml sign i "wear fMtr'anmit the place.
No tidy and rarelui bead el h f.mily will allow
"woen-orj" Dialed ware to git brlrw s l-ws. when a
f in he matured at once at a very si ln es pause.
1 he w kul s4liiwhmit ia sound II lb i v m
lb labt la new. II thai la woi and offensive II
sugnaala awnerly evvtyvbere. Inn II Irut Irueal
niiKKi y wkwh cne.ply preserve use Its! things
tnled el sUowlng inens In gu W waste and lhn
Hading tt bard 1st get nmnss to bay new.
I be compkle uuttit loatwll el the Mktwinf
I Kqua-e t'lallng Val (lilsnt
. 1 . nl kwp.4g Hod with Wire Ceaiaectiaini
I tkg Save 11 ti tUit
I " I leamug is sw"d.
1 khlntt's IVnhing rwW.
I Silver AmbI wt'h i nxiweling Www,
(VM ltalM I iwf
k ft tinted Halitsy barges,
I tn -Mro f auog Val.
t!iglig W Ilea,
H.w4 i f Imtrwllanw.
lb Me rkd neslly M kk rovetsj bo
fed seal prepaid r 4 tt sex,
An. sdditimi I.wsmms regoldtng iUIf U!
nv en upon asp It all ,
W tp . ar-d Una nl lU' elis
.ad wilHi aid east naw auhig epwa rpl id
uim nkialvasMi to Sgent W1U, f inula
TM .ltM A "Mai I C ,
0re A weaka, MwS.w ft, W ssasn, tm
v m 4a 1 ii f
.r Jl - Oar
tmmolh diaplajr at
Aes,. torfrt ,n lhworld that srtl ln"''7o., rinPinnAJi ft
ALLIANCE CARRIAGE C0.!-CmmaK' U
Worsted dress irrods from 10
cent to$i u) per yard.
Ten thousand dollar stock
to fcelect from
Straw hats from 5c to II
Our stock of groceries and queensware is
give you the test
921 0 Street.
EBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY.
Lansing Theatre Building, Lincoln, Nebraska..
CHAS. TRAPPER & CO.,
Feed. & Hay Dealers.
Corn In car lots for feeders a specialty. Consignments solicited.
turns. Refer to Missouri National Bank.
1 2th f Hickory 8ls Kansas City, Mo.
v ,1 II i I II II I (10
Interest and a very small commission. Privilige given borrower
to pay in installments and stop
Write or call on us. Qpu
11TH AND N 8ts
WYATT-BULLABD LUQBER CO., Omaba, leb.
OHN B. WRIGHT, Pres.
T. B. SANDERS, V. Pres.
T H B,
Columbia National Bank
- OF LalNCOLvN.
Fropi the Saw to theBuiTdipg Direct.
J. T. JOHNSON.
H. 0. KE'SQ.
Farmer Alliance Men Please take Notice.
Complete Bills for Houses and Barns A Specialty.
tar. rri r '
Write us for Delivered Prices.
dOHfiSOTI UUMBER GOMPANYi Offlca 1001 081.. Lincaln.'.Ntk
Central Passenger Agent,
Kit like was.
tWn4 for wple an4 rulos fur solf meas.
LIIiCOLII PAIiTS CO.,
1223 O Etreot
CO.. CINCINNATI, f31"?
fJ WAGONS or HAKfttM
Iftt? a nv one untd jma have
Is mailed free to y " ' r . "
... vr.Arl ee. !. w.ih P"c ol venicies
nmg "T" .T. ::.Tle and fully warranted for ...
r sr-srt ..MBssn ina a - r
cooosare sin'i . . ,., u'e are
the worm -s r.. to tbe cn.umer.
Our stock of wool dress goods U
A lares variety of gent's, ladle's
and children's shoes. .
Gent's wool and fur hat from
50c to 3 uO each.
always complete. Our constant aim IB to
gooas ai dohoih prices.
The finest line of wheels In the west. A
large Una of all grades and prices,
both new :tnd second-hand, always
in stock. lfBt .epair shop west of
Chicago in cnnectlun.
Good Agents Wanted. Apply Early.
Goad sales. Prstnpt rv
J. E. JOHNSON, Manager.
TO LOAN ON FARMS
interest. Money always on hand.
L 33 RO S .
IaINOO . ' B RA8KA.
J. H. M'CLAY, Cashier
A. C. ZIBMER,
City Paenr,er AftnL
Notice to Cantrsctora.
Kealed bl.la will be reoelyeU a the rme of
the tliuuiy 1'U.rk ol Slir.imn County, at Loud
S.'. U"UI .n""n. ol ,h lSlh dv ' Jn
k cimlruptkia of ths a'ira.b at
the lt.A!.ln bl.1 ana Inn .rui im iu saUl
tyt.r Hiorstwt in lm.am ami mum Iw snf.
rijt!y ui. tt sals mhlc iral lll.l.lsra to
tiriilB plan ai)4 ih ltd ailiHi and iturautM
iitr .ra to stana a ia.mi.u Wngia ct
1 . Vuo,7 rrya tas rtgat to rsjact
iy sir all bi.1.
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