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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
AUGUST 3. 1893
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TUB ALLIANCE PUH. OO.
People's Independent State Coaven-
The people's Independent alec ton of the
state of Hebraska are requested to elect and
Mad delegates from tbelr several counties to
meet In convention at the city of Lincoln,
Tuesday, September 5, 1893, at I o'clock p. m
for the purpose of nominating the following
aisle officers, viz: Candidal for JudK of tb
simrems court, three regents of tb state
anivarsltr. and transaot such other business
as mar come before tbe convention.
The basis of representation will be one dele
gala for every on hundred votes or major
fraction thereof cast In 1MB for tb people's
Independent candidate for governor aid two
delesstes-at large from each county, wblcb
give tbe following votes by counties:
11 Kearney II
Key a f ana,
Iloi llutt T
Ltunoln ... 13
.80' Logan 8
Hutler 4i Loud .
Hurt 10 Madison.. 10
Cedar , Hi McPhsrson . .
Chaae.... ........... fl
Nuckolls , 18
Otoe , !
Red Willow 9
Bawes , H
Dundy..... , .... 6
Sherman., ... 8
Thayer . II
hii ....... ii
Holt , 18
We would reuommend that no proxies be al
lowed, but that the delegates present cast the
full vote to which tbe county Is entitled.
0. II. PIBTLB, tiSO. W. ULAKB,
Read reform book.
Read your Independent state paper
Bead your Independent local paper
Head up on th money question.
IN another column our old friend,
Geo. Lynn ct Hastings, airs his vlnws
on the supreme judgeship la a forcible
Money U said to be the root of all
Ml. Yet strange to say the loss money
we hare la circulation the more evil of
every kind prevails.
On an inside page will be found
verbatim report of an excellent speech
delivered by 1. Clem Denver of Omaha
n the situation from a labor standpoint.
Tub Sherman law will not be repeal
M wiiaout me substitution of some
thing snore favorable to silver. There
are enough five silver senator to In
Wb welcome to our eiohange list tke
Oesetto published at Wet Us ton, Cue
tor county, by Judd Woods formerly of
the Atkinson Knterprlae, Bra, Wuodt
Is bb effettfl newspaper man, and we
wish him tucotua.
X Th oomsalttea appotated h reiss the
jub of U.m for the rxrfaUllu of
this eomotaj rwiwrto lha work aJraec
laf alow! Wt surely to sueeassfu)
aatmtaaU m. llttl tserw U UU atore
Cjaa tlsa 18 raUe. ThU oorht to be
raised U Ike Beit ks days, and ve
or it wU he Oome oa frUads. ThU
Is B loldea eppm-tuatly to show yevt
jmU deU to our onus.
THE 8TATE 005YLTITI05.
The fourth ute convention of the
people's independent party of Ne
braska has been called to meet In Lin
coin September S. In matters of date,
tlace-and representation the commit
tee endeavored to strike an average of
the opinions and desires of ths people
of the state as the last two conventions
having been held at Hastings and
Kearney, they thought it nothing more
than fair that Lincoln, with her supe
rior facilities for entertainment, should
have the present convention.
The committee selected as a basis of
representation the vote cast for gover
nor last November. In order to offset
any advantage tke counties of Douglas
and Lancaster might gsin by this,
every county was allowed two dele-gates-at-large
a decided advantage for
the counties casting a smaller vote,
In selecting a date tbe committee
aimed to avoid extremes, also to act
Independently of aovthlnc either old
party might do.
Although this is an off year, the con'
vention ought to be one of tbe greatest
ever held by the party In Nebraska.
The time is certainly ripe for a grand
revival of interest ane enthusiasm.
The convention will meet under most
favorable conditions. The party need
no longer confine Itself to claims and
predictions. We can point to the ter
rible conditions which surround us as
ample justification for every claim and
prediction heretofore made. Stern
facts are doing for the new party what
argumenti and appeals failed to do,
namely, opening the eyes of thousands
who were blind with party prejudice.
Thousands of men who have only treat
ed former independent conventions at
object of scorn and ridicule, will look
to this one with respectful Interest.
Our party is now recognized as the only
organized force that Is able and ready
ta lead the people through the wilder
ness of hard times to the promised land
The people's party of Nebraska now
has the grandest opportunity of its life.
Both old parties are thoroughly de
moralized. Neither can go before the
people and show cause why it deserves
further support. Tbe past records and
present attitude of both ought to damn
them In the minds of intelligent patri
The people's party alone cn appeal
to patriotism and intelligence. Its rec
ord alone inspires confidence in its fu
ture. Every populist In Nebraska
should rise to a level with the needs of
the hour, and, shaking off all lethargy,
renewing his devotion to the cause, do
his whole duty. If all do this, oaly one
result can follow: a complete and over
whelming populist victory in Nebraska.
BALLIES AT LINCOLN.
A very successful series of populist
rallies has been in progress for more
than a week in the populist tent, at the
corner of Tenth and M streets, back of
the alliance building. : The tent will
seat about 400 people. The series of
meetings began on the evening of
Tuesday, July 25. Judge Bush of Be
atrice made the dedication speech, dis
cussing silver mainly, and Capt Ashby
followed with an eloquent populist
On Wednesday evening Judge Stark
of Aurora was present and delivered an
address which, for soundness of logic
and convincing power, would be hard
to excel. Judge Bates of York was
present and made a few remarks.
On Friday evening Judge Ragan of
Hastings made an address that exactly
caught the crowd. His arguments
were strong and his illustrations well
chosen. Like his predecessors, he con
fined himself mainly to the money ques
On Saturday Tom Patterson of Den
ver was expected to be present. But
he failed to show up. The tent was
crowded both afternoon and evening.
The principal speeches were made by
J. V. Wolfe, W. F. Wright and Col. L
WL- .11 . . .
oo loiiowmg resckiutiou were
adopted with an enthusiasm that
showed the crowd was in earnest:
Whereas. Today is the third aoul
versary of the birth of the peculeV
party oi ttenrasxa; ana ,
W tares. We believe this partv was
caneo into exsjienoe oy a groat neces
sity, namely, to reform our fslss and
unjust nsanciai system, to wrest iron
corporations the powsr to levy
unjust tribute on the productive
Interest of our nation: to free
labor iron ths tyranny of or
gaalsed capital, and to reatore to the
people that liberty and equality before
tbe law to which they have aa Inalien
able righti and
Whereas, This ptrty ha, during the
peel three year, wrought wonderful
ebaagee in 'the political world, and
brought to the front for settletusat the
great vital Issue oa the set tie me si of
watch the future welf reof the couatrv
Whereas. Th laburint masses of the
world are looking to the free asd Intel.
llfsat voters ol America to Uad ta
suivief ia great problems aow before
theeUUU world; and
Wear, w believe the beople's
party ht tbe oalt org aaUed feroe that
eaa push tae tasuee v a prompt and
eowvet sttlmeat; therefore, be It
ihseuivea, Taat w reaffirm our fJUt
la the prlaolpie of our parly a es
prveaed la the Omaha tdaturm, and re
m oar alUtraaee to th pa'tyi
Keaulvtd. That we earnestly Invito
Bad urge all me ho twlleve ta the
brotherhood of tuae. libert. iuatioe
aad equality, a4 who dwire to the
thwse and evil whk h hare growi up
in our country removed, and happiness
and prosperity restored to cur people,
to join our rank and assist us in the
great work we have undertaken.
Whereas, This country is now suf
fering from a disastrous panic which is
wrecking our financial, manufacturing
and commercial institutions; which Is
throwing hundreds of thousands of la
boring men out of employment; and
which will make millions of our people
destitute and homr less: and
Whereas, We believe the present
situation Is the Inevitable result of tbe
vicious financial legislation of the past
twenty-five years; and
Whereas, We believe the present
panic was immediately produced by the
moneyed men of the east and of Eng
land with a view to forcing the govern
ment to issue bonds and congress to re
peat the Sherman law; and
Whereas, We believe congress has
now been called to meet in extra ses
sion to carry out the dictates of the
money power; therefore, be it
Resold, That we emphatically pro
test against the repeal of the Sherman
law unless a law more favorable to sti
ver shall be enacted in its stead;
Resolved, That we demand tbe res
toration of silver to the place It occu
pied In our currency prior to 1873.
Resolved. That we especig" , protest
against any compromise by caich it is
proposed to change tbe ratio of coinage
bstweea silver and gold, and declare
ourselves as unalterably In favor of the
present ratio of 16 to 1;
Resolved, That copies of these reso
lutions be sent to each member ef con
gress from Nebraska and -to the na
tional bl-metalllc convention wbloh
meets in Chicago August 1 .
This week tbe meetings are still in
progress. On Monday evening J. H.
Craddock was the principal speaker.
On Tuesday night the editor of The
Aluance-Independent and F. L.
Leighton spoke. There will be meet
ings every night this week.
An alliance man of the harmony-at-
any-prlce variety rushed into this of
fice a few days since with the charge
that this paper has advised alliances
not to send dus to the state alliance.
Proof of the charge being demanded,
and a file of tbe paper put in his hands,
he failed to substantiate it.
Now in order to set this matter for
ever at rest, we wish to say that thU
paper never has adclitd alliances not to
send in dues and never will. We are not
trying to lead any revolt against the
constituted authority of the order. We
propose to do our duty, no matter what
others do. By making public its un
righteous verdict In the late Investiga
tion, tbe executive commlttse forced us
to publish a true statement of the mat
ter, But we have no intention or de
sire to carry on a fight.
Miss Buckmaa has been appointed
secretary-treasurer. We believe she
will fill the office to the best of her
ability. We don't intend to lay a straw
in her way. On the contrary we will
give her such encouragement and assis
tance as we can.
Now we hope this will set everybody
rifht as to our position, and that we
will not have to refer to this matter
An object of sympathy: An honest
democrat who has voted his ticket
straight for thirty years firmly believ
ing that his party would undo all the
wrongs perpetrated by the republican
party If It only had "a chance."
An object of scorn: A democrat who
will sacrifice the principles he has
fought for so long in order to staDd in
with a gold-bug president.
An object of ridicule: A republican
who says that the only means of relief
for the people is to return his party to
An object of respect: An old party
man who will boldly doraounce the
policy of his party and openly fight
against its evil tendencies.
An object of admiration: A pioneer
reformer who saw the drift of things
years ago, and has fought for reform
ever since in spite of all the ridicule,
slander and abuse that oould be heaped
Last spring we offered a list of pre
miums to club raisers. The results
were not very satisfactory, all the clubs
sent In being small. Part of the pre
mlums have been awarded, and all the
ret will be In the near future, with
one exception: the wind mill and feed
grinder. That pvt of our offer wa are
unable to csrry out. We certainly
think no patriotic friend of the paper
who U aware of our straitened financial
condition will crltlolse us tor this, es
pecially since all who sent la clubs will
receive premiums that will anply re
ward them for their trouble.
IT may not be generally known that
the last congress Indulged la a sa!ary
grab just before It adjourned. The
as st to the last day of tbe session a
resoluttoa wa ptd allowing tach
member of the house ta the suecevdlag
eongree to draw 1 100 a inoath forcUrk
hire. This will mean ab e Utile ad
dittoa of about lido.ooo to th people's
burdens durtag thepreaeat yar, Truly
the last eoegte a reform congr!
IP Col. L C laee, who dllvrd aa
xoslUat stiver speech ta LltHali lat
Saturday afleraooe, wilt eoasult th
revised failed State statute for 171,
HIT W tectoB V.I t, he will tad oet
that he was mistake! wta a said ths
trade dtdltr eoaUiad ao snore pure sll
vsr tlaa th standard d'llar. It eoe-
tained just c grata more pur silver,
During the pat two week we have
received a number of valuable contrl
buttons which it is impossible for us to
insert in fall
Mr G. E. Bentley of Cage county
writes in favor of asking Governor
Crounse to call an extra session of the
legislature. He thinks the following
laws should be enacted:
1. A law to stay tbe foreclosure of
real estate mortgages three years.
2. A law to give the debtor, who Is
closed out, two years in which to re
deem his home.
3. A law to stay foreclosures on chat
tels for eighteen months, and to give
a year's time for redemption.
4. A law making all debts In Ne
braska payable In current legal tender
Mr. Bentley thinks these laws would
all be constitutional aad just, and would
ba the means of saving many people
from financial ruin.
L. W. Goddard of Valentine, Cherry
county, seeds us a copy of Senator
Manderson's "sand hills letter" to
county clerks. He says it "simply
shows the scheming of the republican
leader in the. last struggle of their
party for existence." Eminently cor
rect. ' Republican senators have a fash
Ion of taking great interest in their
constituents near the close of their
terms. We suspect, however, that
there is a big scheme behind Mander
son's plan to redeem the sand hills, a
scheme to put several million acres of
grazing land into the hands of million
aire cattle kings and syndicates.
Some time ago a correspondent from
Llbby, Box Butte county, a G. A. R.
man named Crosby, gent ns a clipping
from the Durham, N. C, Globe with a
vigorous denunciation of the same. We
intended to publish the article but mis
laid it. Regarding the Durham Globe-,
we want to say to our friend Crosby
and all others that are interested in
the subject that it is a paper unworthy
of attention, edited by a man who is
uoworthy the respect of a decent dog.
The paper contains articles denouncing
the G, A. R. as a "Grand Army of Ras
cals," and ridiculing and denouncing
Union veterans in most foul and abusive
language. It is edited In the rankest
fire-eater style. It out-herods Herod
on this line. These articles ae copied
in the republican papers of the north
and pointed to as representing the true
fueling of tbe "unregenerated rebels."
The whole business is a scheme, a
put-up job. The editor of the paper
is not a southerner, but a northerner
who was sent south by the republican
national committee to do just what he
is doing. The Globe is edited by Al
Falrbrother, formerly of Nebraska.
While here he was employed on the
State Journal, the Bee and several
other papers. He is a sort of a Holden,
sod his paper no more represents the
sentiment of the south than Holden's
foul sheet represents -the populists of
HE TALKS TO ''THE B0I8."
Bancroft, Neb , July 28, 1893.
Being about to leave the state for a
few months I would like to say a word
or two to the newspaper men of the re
form press. Some of you are old,
trained men in the business and have
worked in other parties and know the
universal perversity of human nature;
you have worked night and day to elect
some man to a lucrative office and that
man, as soon as he was sure of his place,
began to treat you like a dog. Time
and again tke bitterness, the passion
and the recrimination of nominating
convsntions have been enacted under
your eyes while you coolly sat by and
made a note of it. You know that in
politics there is but one criterion by
which to judge a man or paper, and
that is: "Does he or it always advocate
the principles of the party and supoort
it candidates?" Any maa or paper
which falls In either one of thete two
things, you know, is a traitor. Hit as
sumption that he is on a higher moral
ulune than too majority or tbe oartv:
that he is more capable of judgisg of
anotner man s moral ana mental ntness
thsn the whole major ty, composed cf
the leading men of the party In the
convention, only makes vo'i older fel
lows smile. Hut there are mtny I right
young man. ored with a holy enthusi
asm, coming Into ths reform ranks.
who haven't b I the experience that
you have had with men, and they. In
their teat for all things pure and right,
are sometimes id to aall (topulUt
leader ami papar by those traitor
who claim to ba higher and holier than
thereat of us and who cant support
any nominee who lacks any of the
qualities ot the highest archacgol. and
a there are no such specimen of hu
manity made perfect, In the populist
or any other party, at every election
they pounce upon some of our candi
date or leading paper and try to ruin
You know all the things just a
Wttllseldo; that la, alt of you who
have been through the milt twee or
twloe; but there are some of our
younger writers who do sot.
Now, boy, lei u make a raid upon
the h from every county ia th
state, IWgln to fire hot shot, shl and
canister, Into vry scamp who call
htmatf a populist who aatl any f
our caafldtt a ho are legally eottt
aaled, or any populist leader or popu
list patwr that Uengaged ta adtocaUag
th tricip)e tauatlated ta Ih Omaha
tiood bvr, boys. 1 am your to com
ataad until try atate a4 eeuaiy
omoe I la Ue ouetM of th people
lalpradt party. Then lit bid you
gutd-bf for good. Bad go straight ue
to hva to toll tfk t'wr what a good
work you hat dia, and l.i you
emu aioeg , we r-y ta. you H ail !
tbe gale unlocked, ! op a aaa you il
walk r'gnl la. T. it. itu.
THE BATE IAW Uf OOUET
The fre'ght rate law was to have
gone into effect August 1st, but it
didn't. As usual the corporations have
found the United States court ready to
stand between tiVm and the people.
Daring tbe pas two weeks there has
been considerable excitement In Lin
coln, and it came about in Ithis way
Lincoln wholesalers have, since
1887, enjoyed the advantage of
very low rate from the Missouri
river, si mat they Lave been able to
compete successfully with the whole
tale dealers of Omaha. Now the cor
porations determined to substitute the
regular local rate of the Newberry bill
from tbe Missouri river to Lincoln for
the low special rate.
This naturally set the business men
of Lincoln on the war path. They be
gan to study the Newberry bill more
closely, and therein found that the
board of transportation had power to
lower rates below those specified in the
law. So they said; "It the roads raise
the rates, we'U get the board to reduce
them to the o'd figure." The corpor
ation lawyers saw the same point.
8) they , did what corDoration
lawyers are wont to do when they want
to defeat the people: they rushed into
the federal court at Omaha and sked
Judge Dundy for an Injunction to re
strain the board from performing any
of its duties under the new law, and
JudgeDundy very kindly granted it,
temporarily, une case will come up
for hearing ia September.
The effect of the injunction will be
to keep the old rats in force, and if
It is made permanent after a final hear
In?, tbe law will be completely an
Tut leaven is working.
Edccattov is political salvation.
And the tariff question, what of it
Organization without action is no
A vote for principle is never thrown
very good men are very bad
The panic is over, but
in reality it
bss just begun.
Get men to think
will vote right.
right and they
It's about time for Grover to open a
can of prosperity.
The McKinley tariff. We simply
mention it so you won't forget It
You can't pay debt with State bank
notes. Don't trade silver off for them.
Mobe money or absolute repudiation
of all public debts tainted with fraud.
Tbe Industrial Legion is the greatest
recruiting adjunct of the People's
Ir tou are satisfied with your condi
tion, why, just ksep on voting with
Yes, repeal the Sherman ailver law
with a free coinage bilL Never
consent to repeal without
Taubeneck's review of the election
returns is an abi document, and one
that every voter should read.
The Industrial Legion is assuming a
magnitude that Is calculated to make
th plutocrat tremble in their boots.
The only way to stop public rob
bery of the people through publio
utilities'! through government own
ership. Tee real non-partisan is not preju
diced against a party that advocates
and votes for the demands of his or
ganization. The issue thai will bother the Demo
cratic; speaker in the next campaign
is what their party hasn't tone that it
promised to da
Waix Stbket. Cleveland and Carllal
are furnishing th country s series of
abject lou ou th insufficiency of a
Tilts week one of themtst notable
meeting ia the history of this country
ha been held in Chicago, the national
bl-mtallla convention. A full report
will be found In our news columns.
I I t t M M M t I
We, the undersigned, agree to pay th sum set opposite our nam, as
stock to "The Altlanoe publishing Co , " th same to be paid or seat to J. V.
Wolfe, treaurvr of th commit W, Unooln, Nb., to be deposited, or held by
him, until th sum of t wenty Use Hundred iKtllars or more U sutaurttod aad
paid 1. and th value thereof, la t.ck. ta said paper, to be tsauid lo the partle
paying the sain or to soute oee deslg-asU'd by them, ta share ot Twaty IHllan
eaeh, said s'ook to b fully paid up aad ana ensessabl. Hald eotnpaay to be re
organised ha said amount I ratad and fully paid, ea the call of the ouia
tnltto appolawd at th Lladelt Hotel la Idseula. Juae 14, Iul,
Hald money to be returned to th subscriber of said amount If li.VM is not
paid la or there U aay failure la said rwt-aaliatloa. iTovhled, that ao sub
scriber shall be required to take out and hold stock ta said eotaptny uaieee he
desire to da eo;
The course of reform, like that of
true love, never runs smosth.
If judged by their own claims, the
greatest traitors are the truest patriota.
A pointer for Senator Manderson:
There ore very few voters in the sand
The approval of his own conscience
is the best reward of a true reformer,
and about all he will ever get.
A coat of white-wash may improve
the appearance of a rotten fence, but it
doesn't make it sound nor strong.
Rosewater is getting ready for a final
flop into the democratic party. He is
an enthusiastic supporter of Cleveland's
gold standard policy. Perfectly natural:
he is a Jew,
The howlers who howled about the
calamities that would come have been
reinforced by the howlers who howl
about the calamities that bare come.
Attorney Lambertson may be all
r'ght in impeachment matters, but he
ta 'away off" on the silver question.
He is a gold bug after Grover Cleve
land's own heart.
"No compromise" should be the
motto of the silver men in the coming
congress ibey have everything to
lose and nothing to gain by sacrificing
During the past twe years Nebraska
has been represented at Washington
by three congressmen who voted in the
Interest of the Deoole. Last fall th
dear people re-elected these three men.
u a u same time elected tnree
Wall street tools who will kill their
votes. So Nebraska will be a cipher
when it comes to voting during the next N
Senator Manderson has ceased to At.
late upon the wonderful benefit that
would flow from build inc a a rand boula.
vard from the national capital to New
York city, and turned his attention to
a scheme for reclaiming the sand hills
of Nebraska. After giving four years
of his time to the faithful service of the
eastern money power, he is looking
about for something he can do for hi
constituents to secure a re-election.
The State Journal has latelv condes
cended to discuss the mony question.
In one article it says, speaking of the
coinage ratio between gold and silver:
-uur government naa to change the
ratio in 1834 and increase the amount
of bullion in tbe rilver dollar to retain
gold in the country." We are seriously
afraid such "breas"from a paper of
such prominence may "injure the repu
tation of the state." The truth of the
matter is that in 1834 ths amouat of
bullion in the srold dollar was da-
creased, but there has never been any
change in the amount of silver In the
sliver dollar. Tbe Journal should take
a few lessons from tome "hog in the
parlor" before it undertakes to discuss
the money question.
GO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE
In these times of distrust, and when
money is scarce without much prospect
of improvement, it is refreshing to find
a man now and then who has plenty of
confidence and some cash to invest in a
good cause. I am receiving a number
of letters from friends of our cause over
the state that make a good true inde
pendent feel good all over. Below is
only a fair sample of a number received.
It is a private lett ir and therefore I sup
press the name but give'the letter in full
and hope it will inspire others to do like
wise. 1 cannot see all the friends of our
cause personally, but shall rely mainly
upon reaching enough good and loyal
men and women with appeals to save
our state paper to our cause. Don't
wait but send in your subscription for
stock. Don't think some one else will
save it, but let each oue do a part.
J. V. Wolfe.
June 30. 1893.
J. V. Wolfe,
Herewith I enclose Omaha exchange
for $10.00 being for 2 shares stock in
the Aliiaaue Tubllshlug Co. If you
tmve any difficulty in getting the 12500.
required let me know and I will raise
I do notsubscribs this expecting to
gain a gilt edgo investment, but that
the good work may not b retarded,
We must not under any circumstances
or sacrifice permit tbe present move
ment to be rolled back, the same as
former movement ef the same kind
hare been. Your Vry Truly.
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