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OCTOBER 12, WM
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
Hebrsii Dt-raocrata tnd R-puhlicani
TH0U3 AED3 DB1VES TO OUS BAKES.
Ths Honest Element of Both Parties
Coming to Voit for Holcomb
and Honest Govemmei.t.
l'res CotnmeNtit on the Convent ion
Tbo state republican and democratic
lrtM is kot as well represented oo our
xchango table as Is the popuit press,
but cut of what comes, we have dts
' covered that tho action of the old party
conventions Is In each cae tbo bitterest
party dose ever dished out to the demo
crats and republicans of Nebraska.
Hero is the way the Butler Co, press,
Hon. C. K. Casper's paper, talks. Note
the force and wise slfoiflcsnde of his
Ust remik. ,
Io spite of the Jieroio efforts by the
honest men of his party, J udge Maxwell
wis defeated, and a man by the name of
tlarrirton nominated. The tame fate
sfems to follow every honest man who
darts to serve tho people. Bryan was
turned down; and yet every demo :rtlc
editor wlli bti expected to tell his nad
. ers that Mr. Irvine, the man that To be
Cator nominatod, Is a dyed-in the-wcol
anti monopolist. Maxwell was turned
down because th railroads duinandeo
V, and yet tbo men who dtd tho dlr'y
Job will tell the people that t.iat n an is
tree from all corporation all ar.ces. The
conspicuous way in which tho brightost
orator and the most venerablo and In
corruptible Judge was pushed aside by
corpora' Ion tools, will mice denial Im-pot-dlblo.
The voters cud not deceive
their conscience, and the billot in the
booth, with no pry in eyes to see. will
demonstrate the honesty of both demo
cratic und republican votem, lJolcorab
was not nominated by the corporations.
K.lltor Ilowlby, f;f the Crete PdHiocrat,
ef u r thu manner takes oil the cover:
What c'o democrat! think of a state
central eomralt'eo that will Hind out a
circular letter to all the applicants for
w post ofJlces in Iho state, staling that
ihey must rustle up a delegation to th
state convention from their respective
counties that will ba ''all right," or
" there might be a change in their en
dorsenwnti? Tho democratic Fremont Heral l sug
gests tho following:
Now If 10,000 or 15,000 democrats, also
Incensed at tbV turniog down of tbo
honest judge, should aUo conclude to
shove liolcorub down th corporation
threat, to make n sure thin of it, and
not 'lite In lb ah-,' it would give them
a k'BHon they would not ioon lorget.
Tho rrtti-rallfimd rule, lionet state
government republicans are aUo joining
tho lHcorob procel'in in strong com
punier. The Norfolk Jourcal ,laads
over lis division vlth thesj words:
The gang and gttOf? methods prevailed
in tiu r puhllcau stiiiij convention; the
true sentiment of Nl ranlca republican
whs throttled, Judge Muxwell was An-ft-atml
iiiid T. O. C. Harrison of (ivnad
lAnr,A nominated. The turning diwn
df Judge Maxwell Is a triumph of tho
moit corrupt and sellHli ekmiiit-of tho
party nod canuot b; endorsed at the
polls by t!i h netit men in tho ranks,
The Jurnal belie v that th host in-tcti-s'sof
th party doinarnl Mint th
runic ui-d filn should turn iwn their
solf e nrl'.tuUd h'tttkw, oi.d it will
i.ik ipfare givo l a Mipport to tho inJo-
. i fb tit norolner. lot" supscuio juujje, h
lMltor Wo-'st. r ,f the Silver Creel
T i . 8fty
Th ''deffat of Maxwll will eesS the
ivpwhllcao parly it.t.wtatnds of votes..
Tbo (Jraml bland. Indopordeut the
dsy bofaro election ail prophet lcitllj :
Ho (Uo; ewatcr) l.-i- a perfect right to
nipport Mux w IS iisd this pi-per h-ii-vcs
ihht ho 1 exhihiti'.n u;h1 stfiiM In tio
ire mi. , Mnx'eil's rino!Ut.' -ittion h the
nni Iiov.l' tb av party can !i.v of
' (iiict-etrt. -Lt-t the in tuni hhn down und
il,o nt-'Xtupf'iu- ji:de will bPilU.oru
iemv'crut or indwtiu nt.
While tho ba.l -Air.g w-u in ptr-H
j.t K'uk ',ri, edit' f Wocdruif of the
T. kTiii'ji!t Oui'toiiiai!. wtoie;
If the vfiK-vaUo J.h!;.-.- and Jurist h
tt:i-rie,l tJown at th hand of trw rail
Knti'tf m-A JinptftcVtil olMt'er? f f t:
HaSi-houo ang, Nt-hmclut -an'.koo
ihjit llui-ttouuty ri!bl'cn-.. end '.auy
ironi it t th'r thtv prtrtlec, wero k'i'al
ti th. ol.', a.a.
The liitliiUH'o vi Vm O u-i'.i Hv'a if
Also tol own ngaiuft llin is :n
A 1 of wh It'll lnilieiU! ger-t i dl
breaking down of old party lines and a
moveincu. our wsy.
Tuuk M'rpkl.ta anii llUd.
Hit kiwis Mai tvt i ..Mrs. Clar
J'onl lKk ftO errt worth of morphia
nod va found chad In Wd. This
wan her IWih effort Me wis younir
and hsiidMime, but her nnrrled Itfa
w unhappy from Im-ompatlhiiUy
Nil t44 Is m Ua.
Cusroo, Mo, VV I . AkM.ut M
yct rday iioirning Tlmmas I fie
Witt ..f l.atttvxil. M.i , tvi ! I'l tU
was In a at on w Uh hi 'trr and
brutbrr In la w. anrtoiU to Wrbii City
ta tnlt tbr ir fattier and brother.
tttttttii tnlu W I.
tMt4 01. 1 1. ilphhe ri'celf A
hn from I'rlKdi!. bruhe nay that
Pi Un a ll .nnnrvk coullaurs la boirv
ti iivstth r v h t-'t ar. It I !
m tt--t l$m .1 an I t Wn d
d'lwt, HnnjiniJ by In. Ntiui
Khm t wi i l'tsk
U MHHm, -!, y,Tle tMlf
rfHl rf the statutes. dlvNon of lh
cpi'totvnl of sy rt Mitme . bW ')(
ton sho a dt'i'Una 3 T p-lnlt tr n tha
W)iiiiitr isuitd ia, mIi'.-U wa l lt
M a,iHt 7'Kf I 'I ttilt MWilth,
J. T. M. SWIOAKT. Beoretrr -t the
Kabrssks Mutual Cj oiooft, ToruJ and Wind
Stora iBtura.ce Coioi dj, EDITOtt. 4:.
oommauiimtiuns on Kire, Cyoiona or Han
Insura.ac should bs iJdrtsfd to um at
Mr. Bauer I well pleased with the
treatment he ha received, as the fol
lowing receipt ?.nd statement shows:
"Vordon, Ricbaidon county. e-
braska, September 24, 1893 -J Y. M.
Swijart, secretary and treasurer Ne
braska Sfutual Cyclone insuraece com
pany. This certifies that I have this
day received your check for three hun
dred (WOO) dollars as payment io full
for damage done to my buildings during
the late storm. ' Accept my tfaanks for
your promptness In adjusting and pay
ing my log, I also feel thankful to my
fellow members of our company. Jo-
About two years ago tbo president of
the Nebraska Cyclono insurance com
pany, Samuel Licbty, atked the mem
bers of the Richardson County Fire
company to help organize a suta cy
clone company. My neighbors said, we
never have any cyclones, henco we do
not need to Insure against them. But I
thought that even if I did not get any
return for the small membership fee,
that io case seme member should sus
tain a loss,l would be doing a duty to
help blm la time of need. I am cot
vinoed that a cyclone Is nt a respecter
of persons or places, and It is folly to
say we do not have cyclones in this
neighborhood, or between theserlvers,
or on this ridge, In this valley, or In
fact any place. I would not be without
(Signed) Jocium Bauer.
MarnlAcsnt Wadding Prssants.
CjciXBtAT(, Ohio, Oct. il.A wed
dlnj of phenomenal feature! was cele
brated last night In Covington, Ky.
Tho bridegroom was Edward J. Wool
sey, a club inao of New York, said to
own orientate of S'L 000, 000, and the
bride was Mrs. Kate Trumbul do
Itnode, daughter of the late Judge
Trumbull of Covington. ,The supper
tvn for J00 guests. The groom, be
sides giving bis bride a necklace of
dintnond worth l.fiOO, presented her
the Jewelry of the WooUey family,
valuod at 1100,000. The bride's mother
gave her daughter a diamond necklace
and a deed to a large blue grass farm
near Lexington, Ky.
bluualiter Hoots for liablai.
Sax Fraxcpico, Oct. 11. A shocking
scandal has been caused here by the
corouer's investigation of the 6aa
Francisco foundling asylum, where
thirty threa babies have died within
the f.'UHt six weeks. The place has
Iwen closed. The coroner ascertained
tha', thirty-three waifs died of laek of
nutrition and maltreatment. The
Daughters of Good Hhepherd publicly
branded the asylum as a slaughter
homo for babies.
lint ted t Death.
HnoAi iA, Mo , Oct 1 1. John Wopda,
an old man aged "S years, died ye-ter-day
afternoon at his home noar Tipton
fruiH a hin;fular cause. A week ago
l.i.t, Saturday ho wiU attacked by a
year old pet ram, whhdi had enjoyed
tin' freedom of the yard about the
rchldo m'b SiiH-o it was a lamb. The
i;::n saw tiii! old nian ti ttinir in a
! t -opin;? rosition and. according the i
ni'p.v..o.l cballunge, tutted him iu the
f n..!.ii of tbo back, knocking him pros-
Voted t Accojtt n licilurtlon.
I'Aore.wi. Ky., (Kt 1 1 .The vote of
C'l.i".:ti).iike, Ohio and Southwestern
0 i'.ye bus been oanvassed. It is
t v holnsin-'l'.' in favor of tho accept
: -i f.f the redttetion of ten per cent,
' !i -"irtcrs of h Million rrrKpnt."
( '", :,. Oft. 11. The paid adrals-
t!:e world's fair yesterday
fli:el li.v ! Itftiti'ian Iluaitand
f v; Fi;a;,, isro, Oat. 11. Mr. Sarah
C.'i'i i U.. m?Ui-.:i- of two children
was yeMonhiy literally . cut to pieces
with u knife in she hands of her
tlrtiul; n iuiUi.i.l. from wham sho has
Wei "-:i':ii-!. Tie murderer ci-
Tin r.. -i
r, e Urn ' '
t Y",' itiilil iij tt i'M
'tu til .lu&jK'i', Ala.
Tho K'Vcn Voi',uiia of ' Urn wmld
er ,duj thlojjsan'l thill out at tlt
when roniparrd with tho OUutihan
All tho loaning tower, and rained
pyramids and glgurit'.o biMg Rid
other so-called marvels of tboo d Wi-rld,
together wouldn't farm such sjn'Ct
cio a lh'r N niw to bo men, not a
thousand mlle away,
Words eliaot deerlho it, . U
you take tha Bur :1b sr. on rt.uio t t' ,i
catro )oo cao It fr your'f, )Wm-tu-ll
at tho d tt or ZUTsrr v lo:) and
O Sta. will vivo jou Itifoi malion abm
train and he!o make j wur Jo-oro
;',AMt!t aid ioti'ttl4v, Kavuoio
Ti Uotld's I air.
It nut nrivaary to b an athUt
In irdrr ts eo the worU's fair la sd
vsntsgo. AU to lhln? o'evtrdpli'vtrl.
Fat i.l a. ll.m !tL it!iittM k. xrKfflt
bar drt-4 h I el.liA m'$ t ir-1
.1... .. . . .. i. ... i '
Hi:iS au bail , n" H iiiins
(awhtswh.ltw ntn jt.vid-d tor tt
mr etiailWii tialtc.-rt to ct
?vo4 tbo fitWtuls without t.r.dul
irtliifr tb'Wn!vft. Ad thin r?
fcviadfds t'f nh-isant J!a-s tl
tnmed wWt Son ett rt i
F . ...... . I ..... !.... 1 l.lr i.
uif a ' i"
fur ait Hrl t (4-niut, U t t'f
t'tU tr ss ae.t nait'!4
Alr lUr,aell, s, li h M. i.twtt ur
ZitttuT, otirnet O ad Tenth ti
HttWKM hr 'Vut A1.I.UNVK JmiC
We have a plan, and with
your help in working
out the easy details
can achieve results
grand, glorious and
Nebraska's soil and sunshine,
Nebraska's rains and dews,
Nebrsska's steam and lightning,
Nebraska's wealth and credit, lor
Nebraska's toiling Sons.
Tocutthemigh iy n
cles of many-armed
monopoly, to over
throw the law-sup
ported tyranny of cor
porate greed, tho Peo
ple's party must be
placed in power. To
place it in power, com
plete and sweeping,
this paper, bearing the
light of its grand prin
ciples, must reach the
Is to divide the state,
and stir each lover of
the people's cause to
work well the field
around him-his neigh
borhood. We shall
make a paper you will
be proud of and en
thusiastic for, and the
personal effort which
and justice can make
among neighbors and
worth and work and
asking their subscrip
tions, should be put
forth to multiply our
influence, to spread the
truth to all. We are
determined to achieve
great results. Bui
your help is necessary.
We count upon it '
25,000 new subscribers
can easily bo placed on
our book itt the next
three months. Many
hands make light work.
Assuming that we have
threo earnest zealous
'riends in each of the
1.01O precincts of tho
state, who will send
us live new names each,
wo shall have nearly
l hat, mm, her raised.
There is not n Populist
who can alTord to bo
Faels sift Arenmsfits .
.ith winch Ihis i.'iipftr
will eini him. Thevi?
is not an open-minded
democrat or repubiieau
in Nebraska who
should be allowed to
rem ai n u mm 1 1 r.v i n ; ( J
with n. For this work
of intfoducii),'4' and
spivsuUit iho liji'hl,
th paper, amoiijf I he
p'oj do of oneh locality,
Call M MlMl
I ha o, ilirti'. four. a.
dozen, ihe more the
ttierrler, fshould taku
hold In each preciner.
Kach one who read
lhi n calletl U ihi
m edful work of tiuth
pnad-.n, culled by
fai-Mvini ht htteif.sl,
called by o;I-t iiig hu
tniinity, t alU-4 tf C hI
and eoiiscieiu'p driven.
Now, then, ail lv'ethor
ta tin work And to
tuemUu, Tin n i.i to
discharge In IhU Wtir.'
SiorfU jvsrly ul4 rlplh'Sa b.e Tu;
Att.UiU l?litbi.:nuM', KIUr.
t'i il f atw at im i itf Fr
lVlr. ri-mrt tim ! -i s , trial
ibcrlh(r. r'i! n t vu in ,ft$u.j',
lt, muk A4driH4.:r w .
THE ALLIASCF. PUB. CO,
1120 M tt t Lincoln, Nta.
Nebraska for toe People
Our mm Plan
Open lietter to Ijorenzo CroanN.
HartikgtoJI, Neb., Oct. 3. 13.
Deab Governok. I read and re-read
your letter of recent date, written to
Olney Newell of Denver, Colorado; and
rubbed my eyes to get thesa wide open.
Psrdon me, Jbut the letter appears to
have been written when Its author was
In an extremely bad humor. Thereare
many expressions in it unworthy your
dignity as an official and of your char
acter as a man.
In reply to a courteous request to ap
point delegates to the pan-American
Silver Congrea?, to be held at St. Louli
on the ddte at which I am now writing,
you not only refused to appoint dele
gates; bat you assailed the convention
itself as a so wer of the seeds of secession ;
and talktdjas though there were no call
for tin south and west to protect them
selves against the east. Let us see.
The territory bounded by the Atlantic
Ocean, the Obbrlvor. the Mlseksippt
river and our Canadian border contains
14 per centum of our territory, 40 per
centum of our population, but (Sk) 75
per centum of our wealth. This north
east corner of the United States fur
nished every member of - Benjamin
Harrison's cabinet, save one, the speak
er of the bouse (who comes nearer our
pockets than any other federal officer,)
the president and vice-president. It is
the tail that wiggles the dog.
I quote from your letter; "I am in
favor of honest bimetallism and believe
that a system of finance can be devised
by which both gold and sliver can be
utilized as tho baii of our national
currency, the former which is the
world's measure, being the standard."
This sir, 1 monometallism, pure and
simple. Silver coins predicated cn a
gold basis are, in the language f
Cernuschi, sliver greenbacks, "merely
this and nothing more." You are a
gold bas's man. Do not abuse the word
bi-metallistby applying it to yourself.
But "How art thou fallen, O! Lucifer!
In the year 1870, you were represent
ing Nebraska in tho lower houe of
Congress, on the 13th day of .December
IMG, jou voted for Kelley's substitute
for Bland's bill, tho first free silver
measure ever voted upon by the Ameri
can congress since demonetization.
What ha c aused this change to come
over the spirit of your dreams? If free
silver was good In 1870, why is it not
good in 1803?
Your letter contains the following
language as descriptive of people who
nw entertain tho opinions you en
tertaincd several years ago; "They are
for the most part men , who bare nut
earned a place in our assessments rolls,
and who having deniors'.rated their in
ability to conduct their own affairs suc
cessfully, think themselves qualified to
join Flcridn, old Mexico p.nd Argentine
ttopublic iu instructing the world on
the subject of finance."
William Macy Tweed conducted his
own DtfUrs "successfully;" Daniel Web
fctsr did not. Which of the two waa the
be3tt') manage the finances of tha na
tion? You aro said to ba the only
pub'ic man in Nebraska who ever marie
monuy outof po Hies You wore a mem-1
her of the territorial leg islature, j :do
of our supremo covin, uupreruo ca-urt
reporter, rt.eti;bcr of I'-njivts, internal
revenue collie tor, aauistaut fc-creUry of
the treasury, t.nd tow ouare Mver;.i r
In tho Inst q .saner of ;t century yc u
have druwii Vior-. than .o, 00 out of
the S'hW ard Ueiud Stau: trea-urics.
This i.d what II r. j y (jj- rfe calls the
"unearned jn;'t't ntt.-n'.," ha rundo vot
1J it the i't! arc jtit-n 'y T men in Ne
brakri, who huiiov in i-M i-iivr, iv a
yet. jiuy a-i hh 'um iw y.nirs; St.
In c i-'-iu-iuti 3: t r.ie i-ay f oat, fur
yfiTrt I have :'?v U d you v lib Iwlioyo
of tho i. ;';: ' -ci;i. Your public
carter '.ueh i to merit it: that
uirt. l;tt- !". ii a in-o fr.'in io; rtpli. a
ai your imvute Hfo n.'. bi-n fi'iw from
v:ref, I rim ply -:ta fi' Mri'"rstai.d
y. ir j!!-..-M'iit ;.':ln.: -. Thi iv aiv oiher.
wi.o wmi'd : i a . in ui,l r' ;o ! i :.
Wll.tit'K P. Hit VA NT.
1UO Omaha Mtit b iuMrt'r.
Mr. J. 15. Hugikf.c, f(rin,rly.f lkli.
vllio JCsii-H ' tiiu vt,ll known hujiot lv.r
tiiut brw iU rul bi'Mtsi.-h mi IttilUu Jai:k-,
bus returtx-a from hl tr.i lu Suain.
Oir r i'r . nttt v 3 futn! lUu t v.- v;
Utrti is u-"i"l"i iH'tm r Vinton anil
ltth tu-tt.rr' h;l l btjni m nlly
IUt0 wk founi imi! h'.n Irt.l ami
twvnty tl r.- 1 1 irt'J. ri vltr-.l,
brceUiiiif Ju k hb U h. th rrji itu.
tlan f bi-ttijr. th Rri stK-rtion m?r
blM!iht ti Auk lit n It wtil lw ti'
tmtmttiiol hn Mr. Uogat l J m
hi bvk lsi Mfvti f ' a 1h U4 l
II. 1 1. v.! Li. K !... h f1 ' ''
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(,iaU h th firt tmtt . i) r!
tb rltM, y f!ttUi'nU twbl hl !i
t,t: of tl." '..
Mr., llis,'' ' V'rur i--rWtv
Id hi butBt- t t''rbv I. in h t tit
, , i-t tj wis tt tmrW (arm r, so I
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it isij u.f;H mm.i iu;u4 J h
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It lufr' ' f h iS I
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l.trU oUti iW ftB'l fr.t (f.-iutljf
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WUIM UUU KlXVUk
If you want to bay a pood pair
. "lie. v taus, a kjuil
a lei I i n n a i -r. T .1 n I-.
wear uo noi laii io give us a cau. w e nave a reputation
of keeping First class goods only. Would be pleased
to show you through our 6tock and convince vou that
you phoold trade with us.
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To tli Readers of The Alliance-Independent'
Having purchased the entire business of J. W. Hartley fc
Co., I want to supply all of the patrjas of the old firm with
goods. If you want to save money, write ms for wholesale
prices on any-anu ail kinds ot
M E RCH
All oj'ders by mail will receive my prompt attention.
member 1 guarantee entire satisfaction.
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Cull and s.e us when you are iu the city.
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&trtrc of Ci5pnpr.il Mprlianilise'S'
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