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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
NOVEMBKR 30, V 7
Watchsaaa. What of the NUhi?
Another bUle bs been fought
Search has been made tor tbs dead,
but la and "behold, no dead eta bn
funed. And after carefully eiamlnloj
tWa anmww-fl WOUIld td. we find non
are hurt, only stunned bj the ei plosion
tamruniitfliiM. Alter the smoke
win itif avert man la found
to bis fun. ready for Mother fight
Truth crushed to earth will not d'wn.
At fur this, Dasoa county, the unex
i.4 frk bla. The Wtll'C'Hl
voted almat aolld the Itopublictu
ticket TbU we did not expect aa moat
mt tun. tuiwrl otherwue aurinff me
eamnalen. ' Just about enough Toted
the Democratic ticket ao as to keep
Uelr lightning rod op for government
uimKin ahnuld Cleveland take a
.ntlin rhanca D08ttnatP Th
anost of them look aa though they bad
been killing aheep or robbing some
body's hen rooat
To ue the worda of a Republican,
Tbey hod hard work to keep the
D mocrata In line. But loU of money
did It, and If we can bold them In line
saw more election the Independents
will be dead."
' How are the mighty fallen! Tbe
game condition prevaiUd largely all
wver the etate, Ilad the Democrat
tuck to their party wo would have had
an easy victory. lint it provea that there
.an be but one goldbug party In the
taio or nati on. It altto proves there
can be but one party for the people.
The object ieaaon' given to ua by tle
esutern Shylocks and the panic through
which we are juat pawing aeems insufti
dent to bring the voters to their sense.
It will take another twist of the
vise before the masaea can gee where
reHefHea. To suppose that relH can
r will come by pursuing the same
snarse or following the same channel
that baa brought ab)ut the present
soadttlon, Is to me the bight of folly.
I feel more convinced that ever before
af the oorrectneas of our plea, and that
relief from the grasp of the money power
w on'y be bad by the masses getting
together in the Popullat party and car
tying it to success. I am In no way
depressed by our seeming, defeat. It
cannot be expected that we are yet
strong enough to overthrow the two old
partita when tbey combine against ua
But by keeping op the fight and by
ereaviog our claims before the people 1
am satisfied that the better element of
people will soon see that their own and
the nation's interests can be secured
only by their voting for the principles
f the reform party.
The vote of the Democratic party hai
so dwindled down in the last two elec
tions that it can hardly be said that tbey
ooupy a place in the politics of the
' state. Two years ago they bad a plu
rality; but now they only poll about
:. ewe-half as much as the Independents.
" And yet you hear the cry "The Inde
pendents are dead." No, no, they are
act dead, nor dying, but are alive for
evermore, until oppression Is driven
from our land and this country shall be
the land of the free as well as the home
(the brave. How a Democrat can
lick the band that has smitten him all
these years, is a spectacle that would
almost make angels weep; yet we find
them doing so by the thousands.
Can it be possiblo that they are so
harmed by the siren song of their old
political enemies, that they are led on
Id their ewn destruction? I am lt d to
believe that they will yet see their fate
before it ia too late, and break the spell
aad come in out of the wet, ere they
are stuck in the quagmire of monomot
nlllwu. 1 want to say to the friends of reform,
close up the ranks, buckle on your ar
saor anew ; press the battle to the very
gates of the enemies of free govern
ment. Let it never be said that the
American people are unable to legislate
la thoir own behalf without first oon
'sulking the old country.
Can It be pueslblo that we have lost
war patriotism and love for our own
country and have to crlngcjand submit
to England's wishes ere we can pss
laws for and lo behalf of our own peo
plef IVrUh the thought. Dumb bj tbe
segue that would suggest, aud palsl-d
he the hand that would writ such a
The eathusU'tnt raanlfosUul over the
victory U the laUi election Is like tliw
glory of Mora fiddling walla Hume
burasd. Some pee pie sefta unable to
MDprrhea4 that the ian losies that
Vet othsrs (Twt themselves, Men
tUl la rags unable to furnl h tbra
sr.!ve or their farallloe with salti teal
slutting or broad, laboring' hard tarty
ud late, srl'.lBg the iwdwt of tMr
WSorf if than tae&wt of nKlu
He h vaue el ataljWu of floaun,
trills tanlsn boars over the tuf
em of a prleMpU that Is vaderrolntsg
h t ty baU ol oil elvll gnvratHcat
Te such ar mure la be fltUJ
bSanmdt l4 oa by a tllsd partUav
tatp V tttlr rula. I j b i
trUtu4adva) with suvh gntly, ll
sbta tu the Ugktt iMtrvKt thtu la tw
ngat, aud ere tMsrvuUtt Udtruvl
a frUlvWd by Abnttbatti l,hnta
ssimhTH tasy K bmifc'ttt kt r a!U tt,e
Annr suit! ua la tA 1m an I ) mm
la t.i great arw that are tig-Viai
s k the MlalUM 4 this iatr f
thhUk it tlU ai4 Hit-
V I enaot but thiak we ate p
, teg thrush the datttat rt'4 this
government ever saw. Even more dan
gerous than during the late civil war.
Tbey may call me a crank or a calamity
howler, but before me I can see noth
log but dark clouds arising thst lead
the coming storm. I pray God to avert
the struggle and give us access to tbe
hearts of the people that they may
turn from their party idols to serve tbe
interest of our common country. In
ordr that we may the more quickly
succeed in combining all elements tlat
are opposed to tae machinations of the
money power, I am in favor of dropping
evervthlne that is not of direct vi al
interest ai d concentrate our whole tf
fort upoa the question of finance. F( r
to my mind if we bad a proper financial
system established in this country tbe
other questions tbat we contend for
would measurably regulate themselves.
Take the tariff, for instance. Give me
money enough and I can easily pay my
share of the tariff. But if I have no
money it matters little to me whether
the tariff is high or low, 1 could not
liy it. I think the subtreasury plsn
would sink into lnslgnlSo too if the fl
nance question was settled right. Let
us adopt as our battle cry ' Free coin
age of silver at 16 to 1 ; our money
ssued only by the government, and all
such money a legal tender for all debts,
and tbe destruction of all monopolies
and combinations that work against
the interest of the masses." When
these are settled we can give attention
to other things as they may appear and
dUpose of them In the light of future
development. J, H. DARMEK.
Cozad, eb. : , ,.
Hastings, January Sod-All Reform
. Editors Invited.
Tbe Nebraska Indepandent Press
Association will bold its third annual
meeting at the Hotel Bostwlck, Hast-
lngs, Neb., on Tuesday, January 2d, at
10 a. m. All members are especially re
quested to be present, as tbe meeting
will be of the greatest importance of
any yet held In the history of the asso
ciation. All reform editors in Nebras
ka, whether members or not, are cordi
ally invited to be at this meeting and
to join with us. This can be done with
much benefit and little or no cost to
themselves. The State Alliance, State
Central Committee, and the great Re
form Conference will meet In Hastings
on January 2nd and 3d, so that there
will be enough outside of the press
meeting to Interest and instruct any re
form editor who nny wish to attend.
An interesting program, consisting of
tbe best talent in the movement in
Nebraska, will be prepared; and i It Is
probable that a national speaker will be
secured for the occasion.
H-member this is open to all. Every
populist newspaper man in the state is
urgently requested to be present. Many
editors outside of the association will be
Invited to participate in the program.
It is the object to make this by far the
best meetlr g yet held; to make it in
structive and enjoyable to all; and to
perfect an organization that will be a
power for all future time,
Nebraska is a populist state if we or-
Hea their ltd on vs
ganlia s ws should; ssd sbore all
thingi th press should be o or-
gjnUtKl, for It must be la tbs vsa of
every fight; snd on Its oonoort of action
or Uck of ooncort; on Its vigor or lack
of or, lr joly ilond the result ot
V shall moSdoDtls.Hr sipctsj Uigs
sttemlauos md mplonJld ruotilloi;. A
rcrsw will b ubllW4 soon.
J, A. HUJKRtO.
Wahwick Su'NKim l'rs.
John I, Mcff.rd h.4 ltb4rn front
tb mssAgosnont ot tbe subscription dix
ptrtuisnt ot tht mtr, to go Into ottwr
bulva, tits s4mtUitt)tsuy found
U saotser cluyv
lyAt-ti ttii it rtit
th t nxllsg tf ths hbermsn tV
fVtuort AUUmni nn4 lid wtrlsl l'ln
UI N bld tt I4hui t.'it, on !unU,
$a t wVi '.
J AMIS K. U V,
I'ss) Worthrtwrn UMi W CbU
b riM. I st trnlns Otf.o Hi'
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Largaat Mar ufaetnrers and Retailers of
Clothing ia lbs World.
Fine Clothing !
At Lesfif than Manufacturer's Cost.
Owing to our being delayed two months in
getting possession of our store and having
made an unusually large stock of Fine Re
liable Clothing we have decided to offer the
300 of our $22.50 and $25 50 Men's
Suits at $16.
500 of our $20 Men's Suits at $13.50.
500 of our $18 Men's Suits at $12 00. ,
600 of our $15 Men's Suits at $10. 00.
400 ot our $10.00 and $12.50 Men's
Suits at $7.60.
NOT ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH OF ODDS
AND ENDS OR OLD GOODS.
Mail orders solictcd.
Organ Felly Warraiitefl fsr Fira Years
Price, $49. T5.
SEND FOR CATA1XXJUE.
GAgents Wanted .for the Kimball Pianos and Organs
A. liOSPEj Jr5 Oi7iaha1 Neb.
ARE YOU A COOK?
THE PERFECT COOKING MAT SJMtWa
atom or range; D8t the tbinor for natural ica. You can cook anhthlna
on It. It rKUlat tbe heat perfectly and will not cor:d or burn food. Un the
hi eel Klebuckwbeat Mid other kind of Kliddle cakes can be baked to perfection.
One Hide la white metal pliable and Indlxtruclable, the otber side U Bessemer steel, ad
lng great strength. It is thoroughly Ore proof It prevent Iron from oiUnir bv comina
la contact with the flame. It will prevent bread from baking too fat on the underside
in ineoven. it won pay lor wotii Dy saving granite, tinware, etc.
Itftall Price of Single Mat by mall postpaid, 35 ct t Stamps (
a Pair of Mat, " " (WcW.J Taksn. (
jLOG AN SUPPLY
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HI . " J M JH
J. P. DISUOP & SOX3, BOX 6!0, LINCOLN. NEB.
six of their freat Vai China Hogr Sale DeoRtnbr 6th. 1S!3.
Mr. J. l Cluh of Juootl'iu, Idaho,
U la Mncnin with fln lot of 27 mires,
rilliea and gelding which ho will roll
at suction Mtl Deceiubf r 7. t ths cor
ner ol 1 th and K itrrota In this oily.
Ho Is, Wld blnf, prhia, ths grt-st
at brrWr of (Ins horse In ths west, s
l jst tHU's rar7 t""n- Ci'ttia out o
tit sts on lVrmir 7, and ctt n fln
hi'r snd srns polnlrr on Idsha h11
tics. isk'S his sd on 'K ft,
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ill Mti J ! it.aUi i t tut
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U itVi, la train. i)1U HH
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KING & CO.,
1013 and 1019 0 Street
Ibeo Read Ibe Following:
1234 HIGH STREET . .
A riVK UOK8K POWIR
In T"od condition. Will be sold
cm A I'll solds'Hn. .....
Vt. O. PstfUUTi
Corrrr 11th Jk M S's , Lincoln. Nih
F. M. WOODS.
Fine Stock Auctioneer.
(203 O St., Ulpcolp, lb
V. M. Wotxls wilt otmduct sls as
l- A I'nlsnd nlnhi, nt l.liioJn,
Net . f t J . Ilih'ji .V Hons
IVo. l.Mae, I tl l una tiU otrs, st
Lincoln. Nsb., thurntajr, l c. 1, for
J IV titouifh.
0. J. WILCOX, ACCOUNTANf.
mt .!, iu 1.1 m . Mm
Hiuti Sk4 Kihltlol 4 .t).lS
(H(Utl 4''.'hl t '.'t l-t Ultl Av
mmttt l r t It U b4 mM"i
. a 4 Si'W ink-mi vl . nti4
tu! w4 ..Hiiiate. iita(in4vlH'
VS jm jm 1 ilisN Rr& While.' Alfalfa and A lKikeClorei
AJJ I I ILdi AUI Tlmolbr. Blnr Unum. Orrbard Uraws. &
mm Top. Onkm S-I.
BUY YOUR . . .
The largest and most complete
id the city. Consisting of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.
If vou want to buv a srood pair of
of Hlankets, Bed Cora ort, a Duck Coat, a paii of Over- (y
alls, Jeans, Pants, & Shirt, Gloves or Mittens, Undery
wear do not fail to give us a call. We have a reputation
m 1 V n ... ... C ,
ot Keeping riret class goods onJy. Would be please
to show you through our stock and convince you that
you phould trade with us.
921 O St.. Opposite P. O. I
i ft l'VMOBU
I ! El g wrinyii j
OF STATAPO bpeo
At the Capitol earn, Cor. 14th and K Streets,
jioIii, M T
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
Call or addresi for Catalogue, J. 1. CLUG1I, car Wotrn Iaourfea, Lincoln,
Neb. llorws ran bo seen from now until day of sslo at Capitol Stables.
Favorable terms announced on day ot SUo.
COL F. S. WOODS. Auct
hmt is tk nJillm
rililf lhMSi4Uia4r 1U It HfM fprmt
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SKOOXUH ROOT HAIR GBOWHff'ff
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HID SKOOKUM HOOT
17 .Hitlt I irtlt Att.,
T -L T31PT30AT3"n f JAft Urtfl flUfflM I II
3 KANSAS CITY, Ml
Trrr Snla, Cane Seed.
stock of General Merchandise
Shoes, a Hat nr f!n a nair
1 . f 1
nnoppinG . n
ADE : CLEAlf
Do not touch the water with
the hands; easily man
aged, always ready
Agents wanted in , every
. , county. ' Address,
LINCOLN, - NEB.
bs, flats anfl Ck
iutsl Dec, 7, f v
PROPRIITOR BASHAW STOCK RANCH.
f frt 1$ yir A4i rfry,
, tnt, m, 4m to , a4 s "l MJ
HAIR GROWER CO.,
YmI, N. V,
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