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AUGUST 10. 1893
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
GOV. WAMS SPEECH,
Wilt the Populist Governor of Colorado
Said at Chicago-
"TIE OEIME OF 73" DIBOUHCID
Tha cnA Parties Ara Traitors to Their
Platforms Effects of Cootrac
tion No Compromise;.
Cotton. Wheat and Silver.
That Governor Wait of Colorado ha
been maligned and misrepresented In the
rerjorta of hi iDeech in Denver some
9 - - m
three weeka ago bu been asserted by
. those acoualnted with the methods of
the Associated press, and that they were
correct is shown by the reports in the
Chicago Inter Oct an of a speech made
.in that city at the sliver convention last
Wednesday. 1 he Inter Ocean is a strong
partisan paper and can be relied opon
not to f give the governor UDdn
credit. The speech is too long to print
entire in The Unionist, but we give a
"The demonetization of silver In 1873
was secret and fraudulent; accomplished
oy omitting the silver dollar from the list
of silver coins and sneaking toe bill
through the house and senate without
the knowledge of the president or of the
speaker of the house, or of the great ma
jority of the members of congress. That
act demonetized silver. But the present
movement of Wall street to destroy ail
ver entirely, except as a aubsldlary coin,
Is open and aggressive, and, if successful,
will be celebrated In Chicago with the
blare of trumpets and roar of cannous,
The late national platforms of the repub
lican and democratic parties bad planks
in favor of bimetallism. But both parties
now agree in the repeal of the Sherman
act, which practically means the single
gold standard.;, By tne patronage of the
president and the usual corrupt methods
of Wall street, the. money power has
probably already secured a majority lrv
. both bouses of congress. .
'AbrahamlLincoln taid: If a debt is
created with a certain amount of money
in circulation, and then ;the government
contracts the money volume before the
debt ia pald.Jlt Is the most heinous crime
which a government can commit against
the people.' And that ia Just precisely
wbat this (government baa been doing
aince 1873. Congressional legislation,
and nothing else,baa reduced the price
ol silver bullionfrom 11.82 per ounce in
1873 to 70 cents In 1803, and legislation
for which the two old parties are equally
responsible, has reduced the price of
wheat from 11.41 per bushel in 1873 to
68 cents in 1803.Tbe sameyeglslation has
reduced the price ofjeotton from 10 8-10
cents In 1873 to 7 810 cents per pound in
"I could prove from official statistics
that the loss to ?he I agricultural states
from the scarcity of money In good part
occasioned bythe refusal of the frco
coinage of Bilver in each state in the
great Mississippi) valley is from ten to
twenty times tbeoss sustained by Col
orado, As a striking evidence of the
truth of this statement, and of the im
mense amount of money, out of which
the people have been buncoed, by the
war upon silver and the contraction of
currency, Is the Jfact that when the late
civil war closed iour national debt was
$8,700,000,000. We have since paid of
" the principal of '.that debt about 12,000,
000,000, and on interest and premiums
over 16,000,000,000, and yet It Is abso
lutely true in th!4 panlci which the two
eld parties bave brougnt upon us, that it
would cost thej American people today as
many bushels of wheat or corn, or as
many pounds of cotton, or of beef, or
' pork to pay the present balance upou our
national debt as In 1680 at the theu prices
of those products would bave paid the
"Who has gobblediup this vast amount
of 18,000,000 in the past tweu'y-seven
years from thMatpayers and producing
classes ofathe United' States? And yet
the principal of the debt is practically
undiminished. It I1 the bondholder, the
tanker and usurers of Wall and lxira
bard street, that creditor class to whoa
interest all the legislation of the pat
thirty yrha been devoted.
"Who UdJrewr Cleveland? and who Is
Ilenjainta Harrison and who are their
supporters ia Wall street and to Chicago?
that they dare imuisi to drive Into pov
erty aadejtll aihalf Million of Ameri
can freemen' Intth t civil war,
there was ao time after the war com
meoctd that both the north and the south
would sl bate flU!y (MnprviuteeJ.
upoa the surrender of the right of the
black tuaa. Hut there U a Jut God "ho
preelde over the doetlnle of tattoo and
he prevented, suca Iniquity. And eow(
when U Involved tot the freedom of 4,.
(HO.tW b'ack stia only, but the UNty
nf 64,000.600, Hack and kit, the saie
ivA of ntetvy and JuMlve will
il for gin hi, aad m banker, uurr, or
pd4ltag pt'll'lu'saU abitcnarotBle
this treuwe loue (wu H
A OS E-PLASS PLATFORM.
Let All Proposed Laws Be Referred
to the People.
Can all the reform forces be united on
a platform la 1896 ? The neceedty f.r
inch a coarse is Imperative, and I twlieve
it can be done, aod dooe la sucb a way
that it will bnng millions out of the old
parties to its support. It can be done on
a alnglo plank that no man, no matter
what his party, bo believes in a rule by
the people, can object to.
Let the platform read something like
We demand that all laws shall be sub-;
mlt'ed to the people who are to be gov
erned by them for approval or reject! n.
atid that on petition or a certain percent
age of the voters they may propose a law
and the legislature must submit it to the
people at the next election
On that all parties can unite. If the
sliver men want that metal remonetized,
the proper petition will force congress to
submit it, and it cannot be juggled with
by a packed committee. If a mnjority of
the people want free coinage, a maiorlty
should rule and will rule.
If the protectionists wsnt their views
embodied into a law, and a majority de
sire it, it should be the law.
If the single tax people want a trial of
their theory an! can muster the requisite
petition, they can have it submitted to
the people. ' ; j, ,
If toe socialists desire their theory put
forth in any law, they can do so on the
If the prohibitionist desire their thoo
ry, they can get an opinion on the merits
or their case unbiased by party preiu
If a majority of the people desire the
puoiic ownership ol teiegraptts, they can
not oe raiea out or court wltnout a
if the people want a paper money, the
people can decide It for themselves, and
a gold bug lobby will be powerless to
No man who believes In a republican
form of government, one of, by and for
tne people, can offer any valid objection.
To oppose It will be to deny the right of
the people to rule, nnd the party that
dares to take that position will be snowed
The Tteonle could veto the thousand
steals that are lobbie 1 through congress .
legislatures and town councils. It would
make no difference to the people whether
the officers were democrats or republicans
men, lor tney wouia oniy be carrying m
to effect the law approved by all the
peopl affected by that law.
There could be no heart-burnings be
cause a minority, or a majority, could
get no hearing. It will take all questions
out or politics and place them before the
people on their merits. . There is no use
for a finance, transportation, land, or any
other question in a platform on whLh to
divide the people. None of thein can or
should be enacted into law until a major
ity of the country decree it, and with
1 1 atut arnaftha beet lecturer
of this country are engaged. Last winter
we had Edward Everret ilale and men of
"To emploro wro desire home we
sll them one third of an acre of crund
at 2 a frt-nt loot and ere. t a mttaire f r
Iheui at K.t. This l mII jeid for ia in
sullmento, the um nt a:u monuif to
mft ra li ui.x.th thtn the r-nt of a c
tae in the city,
"Ours la ewnfally a corporation
coooy aod theoolyone of iu kind this
side of the Atlantic. It male-, I think, a
uprior cum of woiklnetuen nod It en
courages ansn to apoly themselves was
nowo when we reduced the working
hoirsfrom 10 to 9 hour without a re
ductioDOf wages and without any de
crease in the amount of material turned
direct leidslation" they caa accompllh
tnu wnenever trie majority so decide,
Under present method a minority can
suppress a majority often.
Let us lay aside all other questions, so
a a . I .
iar as piatrorms are concerned, and con'
centrate all efforts on making the law
airect, witnout tne intervention or poll
tlclans and lobbies,
Populists, prohibitionists, eight-hour
What Is a Dollar.
Such servile tool of the nroney
changer at the Omaha World Hrrald
are prating about the dishonesty of want
ing to coin silver dollar on the ratio of
l8tol. They cry "Give u a dollar with
100 cents' worth of gold ia It and another
that has 100 cents' worth of silver in it.''
This would be an easy matter if we
could only determine what is a dollar.
The only logical way we can see to settle
wbat a dollar really is would be to take
some article that is essential to human
exldten sand fix the standard opon it.
Let the power that coins money say:
"So much of this article ahall be a dol
lar's worth." 'Then all commoditle,
gold and sliver Included, will find their
level, and It will be easy to tell what Is a
dollar' worth of each. Then, when the
proper ratio Is found, if it Is desirable to
coin them in'o money, It will uot be diffi
cult to decide what shall be the proper
size of each. Even then It would be
manifestly unfair to say that these met
al and they only would be used for
money purposes, because when enough
money had been coined to make it pos
sible to do the business of the country'
the metal would be so scarce that the
price of it as a commodity would be
raised to a point much beyond where it
was when coinage was begun.
The object of thee paper in demand
ing a dollar a large a a stove lid I not
an honest one and it Is useless to waste
logic upon them.
The Unionist pointed out before that
it would be unfair to give gold the en
hanced value that comes to It by being
made the exclusive money metal and
then insist that a metal debased In price
by the process that enhanced gold should
be coined at the commodity price put
upon it py tne tricasters.
silver is now wortn auout 73 cents per
ounce of 480 grains on a gold quotation.
or. In other word, tne equivalent of 24
grains of gold Is 003 grain of silver, or
a little over 25 to 1. Gold enjoy a foil
and almost exclusive money value; silver
is limited In that respect. Does any one
suppose tnat u silver was given coequal
power as a money metal with gold that
the price of either metal would remain
as now I The price or sliver a a com'
modlty would Inevitably rise and what ia
now a dollar's worth of silver wdtVi be
worth considerably more than a dollar.
Therefore it would be unjust to coin the
two metals at this ratio.
But it Is not the object of the World
Chloride of Gold Tablets
Will completely deatroy the dMtra for TOBAOOO In from s tos dava r JfeZTi?
Jl C"B no icneia, aa may M icirrB In a cap of lea or roffM wlthrmt VL
JS of patient, wbo will voluntarily stop auSiinTo? chaVTnl S !'fc2.k""-
m ummum w wnxmi MBIT ttszJttZzT
rl P oy ma dh oi oar SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS,
jj.unu treatment nurnH are auovM in 8 free cm of Uqnor or Mor.
palna until auch tfme as they ahall volonurlly giwn tliem up.
wtmttmww ixniuunu ; lot hh Ol our lllLITt,
HILL'S) TABLETS are for sale by all nasT-CLiaa
yoardruRflatdueanot kcp them, eneloaa na f I .OO
ra will aend won.h nliin ull nuir..J.r'
aauirta. , -. . -
write yoor aame and addreae clalnlr. and atata
durczgiau at I .GO Pr pfteksure.
If your drugfi.tdoesi nol kp them. cnelOM tu 1 1
no mm will tna yon. by retara bi&IL m Mduit ox
whether TubleU rm for TobMotx Mwnkins. or
I niu U.I.U w -
DO NOT BE DECEIVED Into pnrvbadng
rJ lorajim. Atk lor HJXi'Q
i 1 rij. o ana iw nv vibu.
Hanoi allured only by
OHIO CHEMICAL CO.,
till II 0tr Black,
who have been
cured by the use of
Tan Ohio Chvical Oo.t
uaaa aiai-i nave been aataf yosf
aura for tobacco habit, and fmrnl t li
SO What TOO Claim tar It 1 mI
wwiu v ma trnwyaa mmm iar eacog a qay.
ana from ana ts, Au jtMM,Mnr 1. ! a
and amoked for twenty flwa r. . . a
i yvur moim curea ane ao 1 nave nanra
B. U.J AX LOUD, LaaUe,Mleh. ,
YaAsasaal Wasaisaa T v
Tub Ohio Ohkmioal Oo.s-43nmv ansllAnia limn m mt I fc
tor M worth of yowr Tablet for Tobaoeo Habit. lTeeld
them all rich t and. althoaah 1 area ttnth a ki..ku4
I they did the work ia leaa than three daya. lm cured. ' " '
xnuy yoora, jlatjuw JOkiasoa, T. o. Box ta.
a Ohio Clara icul Oo.t-OHTLaaaai-.ra atvaa a iaaaaM t ZL.w.
Word of nralaa frw na Tanlata. If v ana aimi Xaiia m h,JZZTJ
. 1 VjI J'Mf H ' , wmm ' wTToor lannnia. He waa a aaevy ana
and will not tonahllanov of anv klndf 1 ha arallad tm. JL ik kD! J7, iTJ
'. i- '!".. ;....' l-MJ.'-'t (!''-.'-.. ''J
mun Mosraox. ;
Tan Oano OMBHtoat Oo MJimnn t-Toar Tablets have parforned a miracle la aa aaaa,
I have aaed morphine, hrpotlennloally, for aeven years, and have besa enres tj VtC
ro paofcjufaa of roar Tablete, and wlLUoat any eSTort On my part. W. X tv.Af.
Addrewa all Ordem to
THE OHIO CHGHICAL CO.,
0lr C9 and O Optra Clesk. Mry, .'3.
Rlpans Tabules esist digestion;
sweeten a sour stomach; cure silver
Use Northwestern line to Chicago.
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
O St .
When you write to one of our adver
tisers, be sure to mention THE ALU-
Use Northwestern line to Chicago.
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
OSt. ' .
Call on Geo. Natterman & Co. for
carriages, wagons, binder, and all
farm implement. We'll use you right.
213 South Ninth St., Lincoln.
Use Northwestern line to Chicago
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 1133
men, socialists, protectionists, free trad- Herald aod other birds of evil to secure
" . ... .1 a I I . m 11 J 1 1 - 1 - I
era, democrats and republicans can see in
tnis an equal ireedon, and majority rule.
and dare not fight it without putting
themselves outside the pale of republican
What says the Dress ? The Cominir
iN at ion,
The St Cbarle hotel at the foot if
O titreat l the anoet tiMlar farmer'
houa U Liacula. Oaiy tt W a day,
"Readers who have kept a close watch
upon industrial matters during the past
five years know something about the
NesUm manufacturing company of St.
Louis and Edwardsville, 111. Newspaper
writers have fallen into the error of
peaking of the plan adopted by the Nel
on as co operation, it Is not co-opera
tion in the sense tha.t the term Is used by
economists, for workers do not stand upou
an equality iu the direction of affairs, and
capital employed is not owned jointly
by the worker. The Nelson mauu
i a. a
laciunng company is tne properly oi a
few stockholders and the laborers are
simply employes working for stipulated
However, from all reports the company
Is exceedingly fair in the treatment of
Its employes, and the profit sharing ays
twin under which It operates la of great
benefit to the workmen aa well as to the
stockholders. In a recent Interview N.O
Nelson, who is president of the com
pany, suld that during a visit
to Eu.laud apout seven years
ago he bec ame imbued with the idea that
the settlement of difference between em
ployer and employe lay la the directlou
of profit aharing. On hi return to 8t.
Louis he arranged to have hi theories
carried into practice.
"At our works near dardvllletItl.lM
h saiJ, "there ara about 430 uttu em
ployed, and at the eud of every Quarter
each one of them from the managtirdown
to the amalleat apprentice, gets hi thara
of the profit. Thla average 8 pet cent
on lb watte per annum ever aluca wr
put the yt0ttt Into fore.
"Mill la in every reaped a model
village. We bought U'Wrus of ground.
erected substantial building for our Im
lories aod 114 off th town not with
ao'ure bha k. but oa the park Idea with
ainUleg rlt and t nur laaa. Iaour
villa w aav a ro operative ur
her the ma and their faotiliM little.
They pay tha current tlU price fr
vrythta4 purehaaad, but at the end of
every lhro atoaih the looka are
baJaaced. a4 the profit ihu ahwa
ara divided auioag th punhiMu
la proportUia to th amount they k
in, inn oiitiu autjaat
t from II Wi U per ceata)er and ar hi
m my dallort m4 to tt a men ha wnt.
lli ! tali aav a hall a her hol
al chunh ar hold a4 a fr alad r -na
U aiiiaiail tturtoi v(al
wmlhaof tha year. V Iwe bh.
. lis ii'.o g Mt mtt)ra a' r wtt I a
IrvuiiUn llWey. Dune th ata'ar Kvihacr ha foe
ther U a iourae uf Ui turtt delhr4 fo( t HoaXT.
the coinage of silver dollars on this basis.
or any other basis. The object Is to di
vide the DeoDle on the basis In order that
they can be the more easily defeated; or,
failing in that, tbey will take the stove
lid dollar aa the lesser of two evils to
them.. They figure that a dolhr of the
size they advocate will be too cumber
some to enter largely into business traua-
action and would bo eventually pushed
aside ry gon.
lUey are not talking for tne Interest of
America, but for that of the moneyed va
grants of Europe.- Weekly b nionlst.
Labor Congress. ,
President Gompers of the American
Federation of Labor bus made arrange
ments with the Chicago Trade and Labor
Assembly for a grand Labor parade to be
held there on Labor Day in September.
Representative labor men and delegates
from all parts of the world will take part,
and an immeme demonstration is expected.
The parade has been arranged as a fit
ting conclusion of the World's Labor
Congress, which will be held in Chicago
from August 28 to September 4. At thnt
congress will be assembled all the well
known ltioor loaders of every land.
A large number of Important papers
will be read. Including "Liberalism of the
Labor Movement," by Trof. Jilchard T.
Ely, of Wihconsln; 'Philosophy of the
Labor Movement." by M. Van Tillet of
London; "Federation of .Labor.M by
Samuel Gompers of New York ''Knights
of Labor," by T. V. Powdcrly of Penn
The proirrea of tne labor movement
In 1HD3, statistics of labor to regard to
women, condition of labor, and other Im
portant matter, will be discussed.
Follow the crowd to the furniture and
household goods emporium ofMelnzerA
Swesnngen at 127-120 North Fourteenth
street, where you will find everything In
their line of the best quality and cheap
est price; especially bed-room suit.
Use Northwestern line to Chicago
Low rates. Fast trains. Office 113?
O St. . .
FOR SALE At a bargain, one of the
best paying Photograph Galleries In
the city of .Lincoln, Neb. will teach
purchaser tbe trade if necessary. Had
a $4,000 00 trade past year. For parti
cular address, W. H. Cunkenbeabd,
Lincoln, Neb, ,
Use Northwestern line to Chicago
Low rates. ast trains. Offloe 1133
Barber & Fowler have seme of the
cheapest property In Lincoln for sale,
If you have a geod, clear farm and
want to get Lincoln property, write,
and they will find you a fi rat-class deal.
1JARBBB & OWL1R,
Room 10. 1041 O Street.
Ex-Senator John J. Ingall writes la
the Bait Lake Tribune; 'Starvation or da
pendrnca upon the will of au employer I
Ih hard and repulttv alternative pre
sented to a large, If not the greater, part
of the human rat a. To Inorea.tqg multl
lude a ray lea and wretched life t,f laret-
aut hill nd eoutllld IgDoraore and dea-
radathtit end In a ptorutura old age, of
mendicancy and a pauper artoujumua
(rr. Th prophery of !e TUUI
Mag verltUd and th teadeacyot
deiuovtM-y u Kmard (xiruiaaeut eum n
etualUie, whkh must b rUte4 and
eta4kt4 If repieaeDtatlvt f.gu?era
tnenl H to urvlv.'
II V1UIIM 'Ikl lllVltUlU
Tkeeaynl'KK lr CUHIt k In
tVeMitt kkvaa, la ale
m a IU ( 4Ma IW Net tatU la u aal
l nxfa.a,eaaJ Ut a t It 4 Kk 1m
I M vuaM, a4 I toHl If
Mi eat, u. It Ut drwMKt, a4 eat hi
. tt. ataaataa. aaaaa Nte.aa. M
Till ALIUNC lap.-
North Western Line Palace Sleeper
and Fast Chicago Train Sei vloe.
A palace car for Lincoln people is
now attached dally to the Chicago lim
ted leaving Lincoln at z:ZU. No better
servic?, lowest races.
For tickets berth reHervatlons etc..
call at city olllce 1183 O street, or depot
Cor. S and oth streets.
Round trips to "to ine Pacific Coast.
Short trips to the Mountain Resorts
The Great Salt Lake.
Yellowstone National Park the tuust
wonderful spot on this continent.
Puget Sound, the Mediterranean of
the Pacific coast.
C. T. Mastim, C. T. A., 1044 0 St.,
J.B. Slosson, Gen. Agt..
Barber & Fowler bave a stock of gen
eral merchandise in Iowa, now run
ning and doing big cash business; old
settled country. Party wishes to move
to Lincoln and will take a part clear
property and balance caxh. - See or
write, Barber & Fowler.
Room 10, 1041 O Streev
The Missouri Paclfllo railway seem
to be up with the times to the vtry
latest moment la giving low raUs to
the World's fair also to St Louis and all
eastern points a well aa to the south
Any Information deal red can be had at
IM O rH Linooln Neb J. K. It Miu.BR
C. T. A .or St. Lout Mo. of 11. C
TowNaa.Ni U. i & T. A.
Netrh Western Line Palace Sleeper
net Peat Chicago Train Servlee,
A palace car for Uncola peopla I
Bow attached week day to Ut Hul-n-
Men's fat train leaving IJawiln
at S:25 u. m. and oa Sunday to the I'M.
rago limited leaving at 1:40 p, tit. No
baiter a rv loo, oea rat.
For ticket, berth rveervatloM le..
Call at city office HUU, u, or depot
corner a sua eut w.
Missouri Taolfiti ara offering the very
lowett rate for rtaiad trip ticket to th
World Fair. fud tfoe return ualll
NovU-r I) hwl Alaa hav p!aol
oa al autur tour let Uckats at the
usual low rakta a eaa )h verified by
calllag at tti'e 11 tl lire, l.laoda.
, J, u Wlliat. U. T. A or U
C. Tuwmiu, 'J. t, . t, A. t UilA
'(..0 IU i,U Jiu
UKTANTIAl MVHM IN . ..
HOI LEATHER IY OaDERINQ
HOEt BY MAIL, SENT P0ITPAI0.
AVI AT LEAST THREE PROFITS.
ECURE THREE PAIRS AT PRICE OP TWO I
S2 SO;! OO- BUtlB nd LC Sh" ,,M
-Gfw Jifne Calf Lao. Shoes and Congrew
Gaitera, Sl.OO, S2.SO, S3. 00.
Miaie' and Youtha' Celebrated Boston School
VWn4 lor com plat llluatratad Catalog u,
I hear good words only from thoia who pat
ronize you. Mri, Louckt baa patronized yon now
lor a year, and has been well pleased with the
purchaae for the whole family. When opportu
nity offers, I shall always bs glad to say a good
word for you. '
- H. A. Loocas, Huron, So, Dakota,
Pnt. National Parmtrt A Mane SxckiiHft
. and Industrial Union.
POSTAL SHOE COMPANY,
US Cengrau SI and MS Fraaklla II., I0ST0N, ,
CATARRH KAVI YOU COT Tt
w........... ... rrv me mm e na
it i aura rnra, Try I ftncl 6e C'mvmcM. Ye
will never rerret It. Sent bv mall to anv ad-
dreHH. rrlce One Oollar. JOHN P. UOhlt, US
Clara Ktreot, caitatto, iiunola.
Molar Roots Banded
with Gold and Porcelain Crowns,
the finest and most durable
crowns ever made.and unexcelled
BRIDGE WORK OF EYERY STYLL
Removable 'Bridge Work
All Gold or part Vulcanite.
ST. JOSEPH CUGGY CO.
t. Joarida Huiff Ci. t arrtatfw and
Mur yie at tot rraa. Laulue
and u Ua list free, 8th a a Mwaal
v, itv IN
Ws ar puttlnR an the Basil rsmof
able bridge work oo gold and Frsaca
Vulcatiii vr made, superior to any
thing ever before offered to th poblls,
( an be worn with th greatest eoeaferi,
aud coat leas than ordinary bridge
work. 1 easy to repair, but aeldoat
break er need repairing, V alas
put up arltfielal teeth with gold palate,
Ih ttaest artllelal teeth avsr tnsds,
All werk warraalad Drat tie at a
tale. Thla tlfla of work U uprat
perfee lion fvr publie tpkr.
AluMilnuat eaa be d taitesd of fold.
If lr4. The back aad aiolar aa
I restored with th greaUel perfte
ttoa whkh ara to useful, aad prat
Ih sheaae fioat tlukluii la,
'l gold Itliugi of put guld at frf
Dr. A, P. Dumis,
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The Oldoat and Beat Business College In the
Wat. Faculty esperleaced. No vacation.
Thounands of Oraduate and old atndente oo
eupylnic paying and responsible posliloas.
Write frtr cauloKne and circulars before dao44
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THE LOUISIANA HOTEL
$1 PER DAY.
Headquarters for the People.
N- E. Cor. 71st & Seipp Are . Chicago,
Within two blocks of tha Fair rirnnnAa mki
tajit. C. A. Power, known In Popullatand Alli
ance circles throuKhout the United Ktatea, Is
with tbU hotl and will promptly and truth
fully answer Inquires for rooma and rates.
Yon ran stop st tbla hotel without tha faa
extortionate charges Send tor a eertltteaw
id auvance, good for io days' lodging.
HOW TO REACH THIS HOTEL.
When you art In Chicago, go tohe Lake
Front. Van IIom St. atatiim. uH i.k.
Ullnnia l'nwsl (Honth (l(m).a,iiMntaa
train and bny ticket to PARKSIDK, LOOK
e.iT urns tiM.-JK and you will sea the
LOUISIANA HOl'KU Don t brine tranka If
you run avoid it. All rooms provided with
ooo aoubie-spring beds. Large rorma will
lo aud llirmtdoiibiatNMla Tu muimm
datb eaatisa at era iai. BATaa, Witt U A.
1-OWKK, Agent, forpattlctilarv 7
J M. SELLERS, Ufcnsger.
rormf rir pmprlator alamo tlorau
Colorado aortaga, Cot.
MonUon this paper.
I wdl aa hhrtalhi lor lha naawa aa ulili
! Misaa suBwina (rma csMat, tiaanalsa a
amMMtat run at aa skatsa. Na asattst if nw
a Wa sa try otKts, writ aw at earn
fbysHian ueaitd ilh ranmly at lihafal aw
Mil. full ivoMUy aad iaauasttaaa Sat ai4.
TNI MalRII CANCER MKITMIUa.
fee North weetera llae
Iaw rates, Jal Iralas.
rat. laet Iraia,
II aa ta ( hi
Ihm WorU'a I'atr,
Tha aeavlog1 eapaoltw of tbe reetau
ranUatthe Vo;ld' Talr grouads I
sit tv thousand people, Tbey raage all
lh way frem tbe auodoet lunch oowatar
wtterw jm eaa obtaJa gm& plaia
meal foe Ulrty or forty osat. to the
dlauer loe two dollar.
U of peorda t tag a luaah eaaket
with them aa4 Utu gt ta.tnigh ih
dav at a Merely aotulaat outlay.
Tb llurllnctoa rout afeaU at d.
pot or eliy oflu-a tW, U aaU liHa Hta,
i.l U id to Iaial.lt full ialormattost
re?ardiaf pfla of tivhete, time tff
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