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Till; AL LIANCE-INfUir E N J ) E N T.
V VflVirUIIKH Ml 1H H
THE LEHIGH STRIKE
THE MEN SEEM TO BE COM
TEAU3 RUNNING ON flE AGAIN.
Thm Grl.vaae Commit!. Calls Cpoa
Corf. W. child to Act M Arbi
trator, bat 11 Declines Th.
Breach la th Knit-fats of La
bor General Ammblf
Pan.ADEi.rBU, Not. 2?. Report
from all pirU of the Leh bjh Valley
railroad system, the men on which
Struck lat Saturday night, arc that
to-day the striker seemed to be
beaten completely. At Uuffalo and
Jersey City, trains, both passenger
and freight, were sent out und came
In with legularity, and there was no
sign of a blockade at any point
Strikers still claim that the company
is merely making an outward show of
activity for effect, but the facts do
not bear out the claim.
Yesterday members of the grievance
committee of the strikers called upon
George W. Chllds, editor of the Publio
Ledger, to thank him for an editorial.
They declared to him that they were
wilting to submit their case, to any
fair minded man and suggested that
be would be acceptable. Me, how
ever, refused to take any action.
THE BREACH WIDENING.
Powderly sad Haras Factions In the
Knl(bt ut iMbor Vary Blttsr.
Piiu.ADKM'HiA, Nov. 87. Every
meeting of the general assembly of
the Knights of Labor now seems but
to widen the breach between the fac
tions headed by General Master Work
man Powderly and General Secretary
Treasurer Hayes, and now open pre
dictions are made thai there will be a
split unless the warring leaders soon
compromise their differences
Yesterday it waa voted that here
after the general-secretary treasurer
should act as secretary for the gen
eral assembly. This was another
Bayes victory, of which that faction
will undoubtedly make the most.
The entire session yesterday after
noon was devotad to balloting for
members of the new executive board.
T. li. Maguire of New York, was the
only candidate to receive a majority
of the votes cast, and at a late hour
the matter went over until to day.
This morning an effort was made by
. the Hayes faction to elect their three
men J. M. Kenney, James McOuirk
and IL 1$. Martin but no result waa
reached. Powderly left the meeting
before it closed and all sorts of rumors
are firing around. The Knights all
maintained silence when asked the
BANK WRECKERS INDICTED.
Th Indianapolis Mrand Jury Acts on
the IniiluiiwpoiU National Cans.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 47 The
United States grand jury has voted to
indict Theodore P. llaugbey, presi
dent of the Indianapolis na
tion la bank; Schuyler C, Haughey,
president of the Indianapolis
Glue company and of the
Indianapolis Curled Hair works;
Francis A. Collin, president of
the Indianapolis Cabinet company;
Perclval li. Coflln, secretary of
the Indianapolis Cabinet company,
and A. 8 iteed, treasurer of the
Indianapolis cabinet company. These
are the tive men already under bonds
for wrecking the Indianapolis Na
tional bank. It is possible that addi
tional indictments have been returned
in the bank case.
SUICIDE UNDER AN ENQINB.
A Bt. I'aul German Editor and Poli
tician Kuils ill Life llorrlb'7.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 27. Albert
Woll, until recently editor of
the St Paul Daily Volks Zeitung,
and a prominent German Dem
ocrat, threw himself in front of an
engine in the Union depot this after
noon, liis body was so badly mangled
it was some time before it was identi
fied. Despondency over failure to se
cure a government appointment is
given as the probable cause.
THE CARLIN PARTY AtL RIQHT
Fount: on a Fork of the Clearwater la
Montana Only One Lost.
Portland, Ore,, Nov. 87. Brigadier
.General V. P. Carlin sent to the As
sociated press to-day the following
dispatch Just received by him from
Lieutenant Charles P. Elliott of the
Fourth cavalry dated November 83. j
Falls of North Fork of Middle Fork of
Clearwater Carlin p.irty found on river to
day. aritn. Spencer, 1'loree, IlliiisuiiwrU'ht
are well. I'uluate tout Kelly jumd iftoiu la
mountains, Will work down river by bosk
Mrtterluiu iteatn of aa Heiress.
Hkattlk, Wash., Nov. IT Hannah
WhilnalL the heiress whose mysteri
ous death has caused a sensation
at Macon City, Iowa, died In
this city November U the
came here with her foster parent,
Mr. and Mrs. George Poll ek, aud
the- sto ped at l lm New Eugland
hotel That night she died In con
vuUlin. Thi U.ly was sent to Manon
City. The otHclai Uierw believe the
girl was poisoned m. t h.iv akod the
heattl onVIa a to iutrklg4i.
(Ily t aates ta tetat.
Curoi, Mk-h., Nov a? Dtw
lrar an evdepttty sheriff ( 1. en.
eountr Bt.d a w,.ll knows ehUea,
ht a U Utile I In" Farmer (Write
'"" t b Utler's ivslleat tear
hem Ut h.?i.U l onger Iben eia
Miilt d niid by the same titans.
Jlattif the rw.
I'alM IM.d ... Mu44
MauioS, tthuv Nov, IT. hir
llrndgw, prom ii-ut farm of
J , . ft. a a I
v nnrtii ,M.,rlm r.imrr, h , his ft
frr titit it j tiw.i r v ins
fcfetfttUf as (Ka ait q.tairrt
t'a'r Mtt.iiv the v.rM' Uibsr
et the mtird.rv wm la d it h r
M'KINLEY TALKS. .
Th. i'relrtloa ( namploa Address
Itostua (lab ai the TarllC
Boston, Nov. 3". Twelve humlrei
Bepui'lieans Kat down to a love tea i'
In the bijf Mechanics' hall Frid iy rven
id;. i lie gaiieries aoout ine n .n,
were crowded with several thousand
more, while the air waa alive with
enthusiasm. Governor McKinley of
Ohio was on the speaker a platform.
Tom Reed of Maine was there also
and at his side was Governor-elect
Greenhalge, Massachusetts. Governor
Fuller of Vermont and Congressman
Cousins of Iowa were in the midst of
them. Collector lizard, the old e
publican war bo e of Massachusetts,
was present at by bis side sa( the
venerable Senatr Hoar. President
Bent of the Home Market club wa
the center of them alL After dinnei
be opened the soeechmaking with a
brief address, and introduced Gov
ernor McKinley, who said in part:
I sound the note of w;i-nlng here to
night I wish it might reach e rr
corner of the country, that every re
duction of ihe tariff will be folio -, ed
by a reduction of wages, that ev ry
cut in the tariff rate will be followed
by a cut in the wage rates. The efi set
of the proposed legislal' n, w iether
Intended or not, is an unerring blow
at labor which will be i It in
the home of every operative i i the
United States. '
The threat of it has already been
felt The friends of protection should
not now falter. The fight is only be
gun. If temporally lost it is not to be
given up. Courage was never mure
needed and never more expected by
the people from their representatives
than now. It is the demand of the
hour and the requirement of the situa
tion. The tinkerers of the tariff
should be thwarted, they should be
opposed at every step in their program
of destruction. Republicans and Dem
ocrats who believe in the protective
system in congress and out of con-
f:res should stand together in resist
ng every effort to weaken or destroy
TRADE IMPROVEMENT SLOW.
All Hranehes Waiting for Increased Con
sumption. New Yokk, Nov. 87. R. G. Dun &
Co. 'a Weekly Review of Trade says:
Consumption increases slowly aud
all branches of business are waiting
for its growth. There has been a lit
tle improvement in stocks, about 81. 25
for railroads and fifty cents per share
for trusts, while the price of products
has declined a little on the whole,
but the volume of business has some
The markets for produce have been
Irregular. Wheat has advanced one
cent, though the receipts have been
4,300,000 bushels, against 5,5,0,000
last year, and the exports from the
Atlantic pcrts only 6)0,000 against
1,900,000 last year. The corn receipts
are remarkably large, amounting to
8,000,000 bushels, against 1,300,000 last
year, and the price has declined one
cent '1 here has been a slight decline
in oil, about one-quarter cent In coffee
and also in hogs, and (1.50 in pork.
Cotton is a slxteenih higher.
Money continues to accumulate,
and is loaned at one per cent on the
be 4 commercial raper.
Failures for the week numbered
887 In the United States, againrt 180
last year, and thirty-four in Canada
against twenty-nine last year.
Ex-(ioernor J icob Fulls Dead.
WitERLiso, W. ,Va., Nov. 27. Ex
Governor John Jacob fell dead on the
street yesterday afternoon while on
his way to hold a consultation with
his attorneys ft few squares away.
Heart failure was the cause. Deceased
was born in Hampshire county' in
was a graduate of Dickinson col
lege, Pennsylvania, and for a number
of years before the war was professor
In the University of Missouri
Prices wore quoted at the close n follovr:
No 3 hurd wheat B2o No, 3 hard whu.it,
blc; No 4 hard whuut, 50c rejected
hard wheat, 484!'o: No 3 red wheat, M'Jo
No. .1 red wheat, 5Kt42!je. No 4 red wheat. U
Cons Sold rather slowly ut yesterday's
prti-c-i There were rather Ilherul offering
and (In maud was rather slow Some dealers
were predicting lower prices next wee ;. Ex
port hid- were So blither at 41)4'c NewOrletns
but they were relatively lower than the local
price Kcueipts of corn to-d ty, 8i cars a yo.ir
6,;o ii cars No a mixed corn sold
at 3Jo No 3 mixed. 'JU'ic No 4
mixed 20o- no Krude, STaS.Ko. No 8 white, S0';
No 3 white aoo; N . 4 white. Mia Ship
per WdW4i Mississippi river for No. Scorn
and tho same for No. S whito corn No i
mixed an quoted nomln illy at liito Memphli
and No. it white the saiiio Shipptirs bid &tc
river for No. 3 o n, year shipment
Chicago ltotrd of Trails.
Chicago, Nov 2 7 The followln;
shows the ran of r' f'- a;t!rs
on board of trade to day;
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Ht-rinut 4 WW of the lletlejk.
Xkw York, Xov. 27. The World
publishes the following letter from
Honolulu, brought by the Australia,
which arrived at San Francis -o last
Saturday, written by Beverly Thomas,
who has been a resident of Hawaii
for over eight years.
You ask me to give you a clear
statement of the situation here and to
state my unbiased opioion in regard to
what will be the outcome of the
struggle to establish a republic. This
is a hard thing to do at the present
time, for we are all at sea as to what
position the United States is going to
assume toward us. Minister Willis
has just arrived aud presented his
credentials ti President Dole. Alt
sorts of rumors are afloat One is thai
Willis is going to assist Liliuokalani to
regain her throne. W hat lent color to
this was the landing of a number of
marines from the man-of-war Phila
delphia and a number of boats of that
snip filled with men, all of whom
were heavily armed, were kept in the
water a 1 one ni?bt At daybreak the
boats were taken back on board the
Philadelphia and no one understands
this movement. It is said the queen s
friends intended to make an attempt
to get control of the government and
the marines were to assist them and
that It was discovered that their plan
naa been made known, tnat the con
spirators were under survetllance.and
that It was decided at the last mo
ment to give ap tbe attempt
Let tne tell you that if any attempt
is made to replace tbe queen on the
throne there will be bloodshed. We
have now a citizens' guard of 500 and
they will fight We are now enjoying
freedom and comparative safety and
if the United States will only annex
ns and, if it won't do that, keep its
bands off, then, we will become pros
perous. Before the provisional gov
ernment waa formed we were like a
lot of slaves.afraid to open our mouths.
Minister Stevens understood the
situation. He is an honest man and
his report is a truthful one. If Harri
son had remained president a few
months longer we would have been
annexed. The feeling here airainst
President Cleveland Is very bitter and
Willis is looked upon with suspicion.
I think a permanent republic will be
established in a few weeks and tht
queen forced to leave the island.
I have lust time to add a few lines
The marshal has called a meeting of
the citizen's guard. What is up I
don't know. 1 will let you know by
the next mail. Every man has a rifle
and is well supplied with ammu
nition. STATESMEN GATHERING
Members of lloth Houses Returning
Sown (iosslp About Future Actions.
Washington, Nov. 27. Senators
and members of congress have begun
to return aud are to be found around
the hotels, the Capitol and the de
partments. Many are making ar
rangements for the winter.
There is a great deal of interest
manifested among the congressmen
about the tariff, but other matters of
legislation are frequently discussed.
There is now a general impression
that little will be done before the
holidays, although the wheels of legis
lation will be going around all the
time. There are several matters pend
ing in both bonnes which can occupy
tho time, even if the tariff bill does
not come up in the house at once. All
the bills which the house passed and
sent to tho senate during the silver de
bate can be considered la that bodv
while the tariff bill occupies the
There are a number of members of
congress who would very much like
to nave the Hawaiian matter come up
in congress eurly, and there are others
who would prefer that it bo handled
by the state department and not
brought before conjrress. It is
expected that some resolutions
of inquiry upon this subieet
will be introduced, but they can easily
be held in committee until the ad
ministration is ready to semi in sueb
communications as it deems advisable.
There is the usual hope expressed
among the arriving me nbers that
there may be a short session and that
the important business may be trans
acted at once.
HELEN GOULD ENGAGED.
The New York llelreftn Nald to lie Affian
ced to Mr. Thorne of Texas.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 27. A well
knowu railroad man now stopping at
the Southern hotel is quoted as fol
lows: "All this newspaper sensation
about Helen Gould being determined
to marry Harry Woodruff, a New York
actor, is silly and Is knowu to bo such
by every general ofllecr of the Missou
ri Pacific system and nine out of ton
of the leading railroad officials of
Texas. The man who is to marry
mias neien was seieeiett by Jay
Gould during the spring of the year
In which he died. He IsLS. Throne,
third viee president of tho Texas
racttlo railroad, with headquarters at
Dallas. The marrlnt? w.nild have
occurred already but for Mr. Gould's
death. Mr. I homes aeouaintanca
ith the Could family Wiran in tha
spring of lsx when he was their
fuest In their private car at VA Paso.
C the follow in if May Th-rno was
promoted to General M.witurrr Grant's
position, and a few d iys Inter was
made third vice iwtUleuL Mr. Gould
showed every ronUtlem'e In Mr. Thorn
and hU engagement to Ml Helen has
long been known.
llmilut Male fiMliaaslef
aad . K. MIm haven I vt I ,
Wahhiiothx. .Vv. 87 -Vahlnftoo
llcalng was aopolaUd ! naster at
Chicago an I ttiU t. K Mug c-.UeW
f r of tnl.-riul reveim f n tu district
of 4 hU atfvi by tha pre, u-ui I day.
t let Mtf Allkl lit I ).
Tri a a, Kan . Nor JT -U M.
Crawford atlahei lli I x r -ielpt.
" and other ilih ,.f t'i Car
Morris fwmmiif it. lal mi
d iuu- s of hr n4 Ui' .,..Uiu I,
C lUffrtilt, his acvMua f ! la
hiHshI in hi tlrpwH Ir lUrrlott
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X u'l Box 325, tin.
,. '., isJ,, t'jk a vrry rnoic-e ) of
" 'i'-S., ,Jj.Vj'iii 1? p laai China bosre
from u-o different
. 7. hi KDrinir r ai private sale,
lnu all rf"" now, for a punilc sale
o 1 h V' choice indlvM uaU and
rs at private sale.
rnoire'y orwi. Kii, h sire as lriens. 12
147: Wolfe's wk be byUev Wlike2nd.
17.777 that recently sold fr 4W50.00. and other
. . . r- l.tr .i.ni i.i it. .3
bouq Doars. The dame are equally goo -nd
rhoek full of u llkw, lecusnh. Van Dee ad
U S. biood. Come and see, or write for wsai
FURNAS : COUNTY : HERD
Hoktein : Cattle!
A few Extra Good September Pigs,
and a No. 1 butter bred bull, yearling,
-registered for sale. Prices right.
H. S. Williamson,
I H. SUTEK,
r toifrrrrf rrr vro Pronrleter f
ELKHORN : VALLEY : HERD
Have a splendid lot of pigs for sale. Mostly
sired hy f 'r-e 1-rsde's Best, whose sir was sold
forlMOU This herd baa no superior East or
est. Prices on Hprli g Pigs range from 112
to tw, according to quality. L. H. -cts,
SUre CUre for
I have a positive, tried, proved and guar
anteed cure for an and chicken cholera, which
has stood tbe test of six years without ever
making a falluee to nr knowledge or that I
ever heard of. It has been used successfully
In hundredsof cases. My father Is and has
been for forty rears a leading hoir-ralser In
this county, and bas lost many bogs from
cholera, but bas never lost a bog or chicken
iroin cholera since the discovery of thin rem.
edy. One dollar will buy enough of the ingred
ient at any dru store to cure fio to 75 head of
hogs. I will send any person tbe recipe for
only fifty cents Send today, use the remedy
and you w 11 never lose another bog or chicken
from cholera; don't wait until they begin to
die. References: My Postmaster, Express
Agent, or Pastor of Baptist Church, of wblch I
am a member, or any business hnuae or arond
citizen of this town. Agents wanted. Ad
dress, Mas. Rachel V. Thomas,
Co warts, Alabama.
SEND ONE DOLLAR
Lawtoo Lamp Stove !
Will heat a room at a cost
of TWO CEN TS a day.
Will heat a room in ten
minutes. Will fit any lamp
chimney. One agent wanted
In every town and city. Ad
drees, Lswton Lamp Stave
Co , Chelsea, Mass.
10 WA FEED STEAMER
Given away if it does
not save its cost In one
Martin & Morriseey M'fg-
Company, Omaha, Neb
Will make Farmer Happv,
Grinds more sraln to an
degree of tiiienem than any
- ihimt mm. liriiifiN (.Hrwvirti.
oota, eta, fine enotiKh fo"
MI1V nilnvHA. Wurmnl.xl m.
to ehoka We wsrrsnt the PKKKLEH8 to l the
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Wiila Urt mt uucm for Driest suul utm v. Tlmra la tuuiuiv su Lit
mill. Matte onlf .t th
JOLIET STROWBRIDGE CO., Joliet, III.
wsjwtjrn aIs7nia nj ui VUAHnun WAUOW, 1 1X9
In tbe District Court of Lancaster County,
William c. Helmer,
The defemlaiit, Cora Helmer, will take notice
that on the th day of ikitotwr. ima. William
Immirr, plaintiff herein, tiled bis lieltllou
In the dtatrlci court f l.aneatr couuiy, Nn
lirka, agaiUKlaald deleudant, theobjeel and
prayrrof which are lo recover from said de
frliiUut a divorce.
Vou are hereby required te answer said twtt-
llonoaor before the lltb day of December,
l-U. Wll.l.UM C. IISLMSM.
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ALI-F.N ItOOT, W.C. ALLV1.
State uvk AaM Set-raeka Stat Cattle Salesman.
orrtii asu ritAKi ui. Msasoaa.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Boom 220, Exchange Building
First National Ban of Omaha.
Commercial National Bask, Umsba.
TJ. 44. Yds National Bank. South Omaha.
Neb. Savings A Lxcbaoxe Bank, Omaha.
Central City Bank. On ral City Neb.
J. F. BISHOP & SON'S HOG- SALE.
100 TOP POLAND-CHINAS -IdO
Vcdpcsday, Dcccrnbcf 6,1093.
For the above date we have catalogued for sale at our farm 70 sws and 30 boars, 411 in Kreea
Is;!'"' d tiun. These are the tops of 400. The great breeding boar. TscoMtKu B 7173 S is ia
tbe sale for the reason that wecannot nne him longer. This is one of the tet breeding boars
we know of end for catalogue, attend sale ana be convinced. This is our 24th crop of pigs
from tbe farm where tbe sale will be held. We are not exactly kids in ! yg biz ) Keport
at Cludeil Hotel, corner M and Uth streets, and be conveyed to ana from placeoi sal TKKW 4
One year's time at 10 per cent, interest on approved notes on all sums of tJO and ever; under
K0, cash; 6 per cent. 07 fer cash on sums over r-0. Bring reference
COL. F.M.WOODS, Auct- J. F BISHOP A SONS,
'and pullers controlled with absolute ease.
This statement is now repeated by thonsanrla who have purchased
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day (to be rumUUHl monthly). A Iwatullul dime savings bank will bow-nt with
i no males; m nim n i no u i mo may oe iit
from new. Iarra li iu mm
manllla paper covers, which with proper
win wiw riuuu hm Ttuunie are ucuvrrru to your auareui, wtm an cnargea naUl to
any l-art of the United States
This U a ifwlal offer made only to the rvadors f Tn ALLUNC-lNPcru
OEMT and will remain opt a for a UmlUsl time only.
Cut this Oat and
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fj?Before shippinx ask ns for condition - t .
Market aud Prices.
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to run. and shonld be driven
ladies and children drive torsos
parts of the world, and earnest 1
but harmless and humane power
controlling tho most stubborn pollers
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to have it in your own head, ready for
sieuificance that "knowledge is power!"
assorted, well digested knowledge will
win lorwam to you, cnargea prepaui. tnt
an no l. .. .i i Jl .v.- a . -
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iHwuct earn tiay. ibis isiltion is prlntw
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carts will last for years, ltoar la mind
8nd to ALUANCX fUB CO.
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