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.FFWABY 15. WA
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT,
bitl tb vast turn that now fcres
tk u.onpv lo&nrri. TLls can be
pe by BaUonalizinjj the whole bank
I bu-ia8, loacs, deport and ex
ange. Also bj government owner-
Alp td vperaiion of the railro ds,
wWtcb would leave onlj labor cost of
(traaprtun between producers ana
e'nsumM. the three or four hufcdred
Billions net profit dividends would be
i saved. Wiib mot.ey procurable at cost
Vmuch rent could be saved, more and
Xtter homes cmld be built and paid
I ibr, and land monopoly tribute oould al'
so De cut away by an eqauaoie ia o
orbing the monopoly portion of rents.
With these just measures the law, no
one could live without labor; no one
esuld obtain any considerable wealth
Iwithm producing ft. And with lb ir
earning thus kipt in the hands of the
peftle th millions now hungry would
provide a sufficient market for our food
product; the millions now needing
clotbes would boom the clothing bust
nessj.tho shivering poor would call for
vastly more coal, and s- on through al
the round of u&tful avocations. Con
sumpti-n or use would keep pace with
production, and production could be in-
creased with ut UhjU. Uuder the new
eonitAhln rvimaiarrta.l relations to Dro-
ductlva ladJutry or useful occupation
would be over-crowded, and we shou u
produce for foreign markets only sucn
goods as we could with mutual ad ran
tage ezcha ie with them. We should
ne A no tariff to protect us. Money to
Copland thtffull value of our product
is, thera can ba no other protection
Free i rade is aUo a misnomer, an lm
passible thing at home as well as abroad
'folongat monopolies exist to dictate
m a i . - m t
'ages, inigni lanna ana prices.
E POWiiS OF THE DSUEEE8.
ffwo weeks af ter th Sherman act was
repealed the New York Chamber of
mninrcd give the traitor Carlisle i
nner. a usurers champagne jolliflca
on ov r the cutting off of the people's
ey supply; and at the post-prandial
cb-maKlug President Smith of the
tfard of Trade, as reported in the New
'ork I r bune, said:
Now, gentlemen, it was a considerable
iirpriee to the country that the uqcou
ltd I tlmiuJ ii.u I tf thu m(Iai vnirhuainiT
Vsct was to promptly pa i-d, and by so
'ar? a mal iritv in Hih. IT iu-te of Rjo re
iver, aod 1 tbluk i ur special com
a dt which mv fritnl Mr. John
lfu, m chairman, bad something
do wit'i crftnion a healthy pmd c
rsentimeu'. nn that ou"ation. ine reso
lu'lons t-mo dying trie views "I in
chanber. aad asking the parties ad
dressed to mjH their ibflueoce for un
conditional rent-Hi. with sent lo 4 4.'!0
banks und trust companies, to 420 c tn
' mereul a-sicutluus. a i the members
4iof the ctiaoner sent 3)00') letters V
private Br in and individuals to the
flst'n ifT-"t. The rt-sponwjs to the
above mentioned documents proved
tint the cou try w4 overwhelmingly io
J favor uf uuoouUiilonal repeal.
4 This Btavment of their own, will
1 show to our rradars tbo organizitlon,
j work and m'ghty Influence of the money
ower. 1 1 win a surprise to the pe plo
" of the country that a strong majority
should so suddenly hi converted into a
helpless minority. It aaiized thorn
it score of the prom'unct d free coin-
advix-ates, life 1od friends and dc-
nders of si! v-r. should be swept uu
embr cjs of the goldbugs and made
io ugaiusb i.u'11 unu urguuieuis
1 convict ious. But great is the pow-
of gold ia p 1 itic-j.
notice the lordly assumption of the
,st sHtenoe quoted above. In the
valon of this mouthpiece of the usur
M,40 banks and tru-t companies and
oamTelal associations (stock gam
r), with do.OUU depe d-nt firms, or
as wh 83 in'eret-ts are served by re
;lng wiges, constitute tht country 'the
ooiatry whose action "proved" that it
' waj "overwhelmisgly in favor of un
conditional repea !'' The great farm
lag clas, ninety fl va per cent of it, wa
opptsedto closing the mints against
silver; but thy ar5 not a part of "ihe
country." The WHge earners of the
CSMotry, numbering millions to the
us Mfdti ouaands, ' hrough their organ
li ions spoke loud against repeal; but
they are not a part of the country. Th"
country means the rulers, and the ru'ers
are th i usurers, the mony mnnopolisU.
rTtis land monopolists ntd capl talis t
I are 'o bo clashed with them, of course,
( the coaver Ibillty of their Income com-
minaing property lata money, making
their iti erest the same.
Are we going to allov this once proud
iand f freedom, ourownhved oouatry,
la b xhaorieJ and its people enslaved
by usurps? Are we going to meekly
sutiinl'. to hive wai(snd prlu'olof rod
until th j h. Mors of 6'H) millions of got I
shall ho bnuUl up with uiry ii',h
b Jf bja jht up atr.adj), aod tunku t
sntlro pop'rt ru f th soil? Are
gi-ii'g io U-oUy !low CUvdaq !. Cur
lUl i and J ha 8iortan, the .'
jW'j'lttnl (.Dsnpd titreeU, tu cfud
bn l tip 'i r A' w till afftn n l
i ar w golnsf to alo q ur intent
ttU d iirrthr.i ih uaitr Jf
t s hl WMt t.r ) It,
"" ' 1 " "U
Taa l'std Suu-s Von.s Is
p'4 f v ry tmri tnn. T n.l th
ttr'.ff pt-.s iro ad ,io, tH no
vUJ tifpt what they coata'a.
wu'a b Ke u tlltr ht
Vtkr Iks MtKlnlvy U'ttt is at't wrosf
U riiftt, UtMUeariuwaatea
Us piHr lualiy tetvl!g
and conclusive to these who listen to
them, the Democratic argarent to the
D.'Becr&t9, and the Republican arj u
ment to the Republicans, it prove that
tke voters are most'y bambo rVd at
present It proves also that the politleal
lead-rs (who are not fools) are usually
k QLSQ OF PTJBLIO PLUHDEBEBS.
The Republican party ia Nebraska
bas made tbe laws and the constitution
which we are under. And it has placed
In the state treasurer's bands 10,000
permanent school fund, upon which he,
by depositing in banks, may draw in
terest for himself, but the state gets
nothing. At the same time the tax
pajers of tbe state aie being f reed to
pay seven per cent, interest on out
standing warrants in about the same
amount. The state warrants are bought
up at a discount by tbe same men who
handle the state school fund, and on
both the state debts and the state funds
they are collecting usury from tbe peo
ple. This milking-at-both-ends, umry
robbery of course supplies a liberal
divide for Republican campaign expen
sea, and the s ate treasurer throws into
the party hat liberally out of his share
of the usury plunder.
Until a recent Populist legislature
took away similar Republican made
privileges from county treasurers (which
allowed them as individuals to deposit
in their own narcei and draw interest
on the public funds), these county offi
cers were regularly milking tbe people
al-o. The Eepublican part? in this state
is rotten to its foundations and it must
be clcantd out. Tbe above scheme of
robbery proves it. The Lincoln Asj-
lum steals prove It. The Norfolk Asy
litn expense acroutts (compare with
the Lincoln Asylum accounts) prove it,
The defeat of Reese and Maxwell In
convention, and tbe election of Norval,
Post and Harrison (all railroad candi
dates) to the euprt me bench, proves it.
The 12,000 annual passes supnlitd by
the railroad to Republican officials and
politicians, great and small, p ove it.
fne inaction on the part of the Attor
ney-General, wboeo business it is to gf t
the iajunc'lon tylsg up the maximum
freight rite law either set aside or the
case brought to trial, prvs it.
"BUT who so hath this world's good
and seeth his brother in need and
shutteth up his compassion from bim.
now dwellelh tbe love of God in him?"
Ur, to put it in modern phrase, whoso
hath land and capital and seeth his
brother bereft of these, and refuseth to
allow htm to work for the full product
that bis toil creates, how dwelled the
love of God in him? It isn't there
brethren. No, it isn't there. Such a
refusal, or unjust demand, Is what we
call bjfinea-; but there is no love in it,
no justice in it. And there Is no Divine
orglveness for thit sort of deliberate,
Intelligent taking tdvan'a?e of the
poor to lone a it Ik p rr-i-ted in. ,
Mr. M. E Ingalls, ptfbidentof tbe
Big Fcur and the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad, in a speech at a banquet Jack
son's day, at Columbus Ohio, tpeaking
r.m the standpoint of a democrat, said:
"The honest truth i, it (the Wilson
bill) is oaly another edition of tha Mc-
Klu'oy bill, dressed up in Democratij
clothes to give it rtspec'sbliity " Ills
speech, which is a general and particu
lar arraignment of the Wilson tariff
bill, b quoted in full in the Congress
ional Uncord. The corporations will
swing back n-xt tinre into the Republi
can party. They pass from one to tbe
other with all their patronage and vot
ing power for nbviou b'mness reasons.
Rut. L B. Johnson of Lynn, Mass,
rtcently said: ''Certain corporation
have deliberately robbed the poor labor-
ng classes. In one year tbe great Pa-
olflo Mills of Lawrence paid a dividend
of 22 per cent, and the next year 20 per
cent, and at the same time paid its
faithful men of toll 00 cents a day " Hs
also mentioned the Willlamaatlo Lines
Cempany whose dividend was greater,
nl called attention to the women ia
uur great cities who under ordinary
oiinilitlons are glad to get six cents for
four hours faithful work
"We denounce Republican protection
as a fraud; a robbery of the grent ma-
irl'y of the American poonle tor the
bneflt of the few " So said the Pem-
cra'iopa'ty in national convention. Bu
bat, then, Is Democratic protection
but fraud and robberv? Tne'Dnuorata
also denounced the Republican protec
tive laitS for t's utuHinttltutioDallty;
nd they have stra'vhlwav framed and
upported a bill having ibe same pro
Tll Initi ation ar that the Dvmn
crata will run WlUon and the R publl
cans M Kinl. y In the nxt pre'luoatla1
e n!S. Wry ril. tile ui Alien
and Watton a our U ad. rs tnd w ca
!' th 111 unite jjaint us, and
raa dlvids aed espturs th W, t
'!s' H-rh. Th Kat g-. ILoublt
os, Iks Sjath aed Vet IVpuiitt, In
AUMTSftK baa Weft dlcmmt la
b B'ttnerWod prtM.-d rrt at the
uJl'.lt'roU'tliw,jff th H-a AMI
in puhiuhtd U This Ailunck Ih
DH'CM'nt of Jsauary Mh. Uy a
tfptgrei-Moal trior tbe ff ur ft was
Mfi la lbs p'aos (! Bfur $,tnkltg
Uta! rvovliM II.STS M Us wad o( 11 ri.
A HeetlBK fur tbe Cnrmployvd.
Lt(XLl, Neb , Feb. 13, 1894.
To all employed and unemployed, al
so organized and unorganized working
men and women, greeting:
Whereas, At the regular meeting of
Nationalist Club No. 1. and the Central
Labor Uaion of this city, held at thHr
respective places of meeting, we, tbe
undersigned, were selected by tbe said
Club and Ltber Union as a committee
to procure a ball and call a meeting of
all working men aod women of this
city, therefore, we, the committee act
ing, selected by our different organiza
tion do hereby call a meeting of all
laboring men and women of this city
that want labor at just remuneratoin
and not alms, to meet at the court
house Friday evening, February 16tb
at 7 30 p. m., for the purpose of asdstlcg
in the deliberation of methods and
means wherely the needy unemployed
residents of this city can secure honest
employment and at ju-t remuneration
Trusting that all wi l attend this
meeting we are, very truly yours.
C E. VtliuUARD.
E. K Gkyfkhu.
Mr. Campbki u
Joint, csmmlttee from tt eOntrai Labor
Union atd Nationalist Club No. 1 of
Tbe Land Question Simplified.
The Earl of Derby, while walking oa
hli own land, once met a collier. His
lordship inquired if tbe collier knew be
was walking on his land. "Thy land?
Well, I've got bo land mysel'," was tbe
reply, "atd Vu like to alk on some
body's. Wbeerdid tha' get it fro'?'
"Oh," explained his lordship, "I got it
from my ancestors." "An wheer did
they get it fro'?" queried tbe collier
They got it from their ancestors," was
the reply. "And wbeer did theiraDCes
tors get it fro'?" "Tbey fought for it.
"Well, begad " snld the collier, squar
ing up to tbe noble earl, "I'll fight thet
for it!" English Exchange.
Arbitrary Atyluxi Officials.
Two year ago next March Mrs. John
Donner of West Cedar vail' y was taken
to tbe atylum at Norfolk, and while her
husbaDd and other relatives have made
efforts to see her in private this I' as
been denied them by thesuuerintendeut
Recently Mr. Donner wrote Governor
Crounte in regard to the matter, aid
be repliid that be bas visited tbe at-)-
lum and investigated the ca-e, fii ding
no reason why tbe demand of tbe hus
band and relatives should not be com
plied with and bas so notified tbe
superintendent. From a'l indications
the asylum officials are acting in a very
arbitrary manner in this case at leabt.
About Shipping Grain.
Accordir g to my promise, and in re
ply to inquiries, I offer a few suggef.
tions on tbe shipping of grain, Lexvir g
it for each farmer todetermlna for him
self when he prefers to market his grain,
and for those acquainted with the busi
ness to pursue tbeir own course, I write
for those who wish to learn.
Having grain to market and knowing
where and to whom you wish to ship it,
you order a car of the railroad agent,
and get good ready to load them a-
quicklj as possible when thy come,
though you have two days to load them
in after their arrival It needed.
When loaded, bill It on their blank",
&i the agent d rects, and taking a copy
if this biil of lading, mail it to your
consignee, or else take it to your bank
er and draw a sigbt-dr&ft against it,
which your banker will cash for you;
and then he will send the draft with the
bill of lading attacned, on through the
clearinghouse, and your commission-
man pays It at sight, and sets your
grain to the best advantage be caa and
sends yu the balance of your money.
There is nothing to hinder the intelli
gent farmers from shipping his own
grain when he wishes to, and thus sav
ing to himself the larger part of the
Promising other potent and timely
I am respectfully youn,
Chicago, III. O W.Sharp.
J F. Bishop A Son of Line lt, Neb,
have tbelr sale advertisement in this
ssue, which shows that on Weduestay,
r'tbru.ry 21, le'lll, they will soil at auc
tion loO bead id Pol md China begs Ua'
n po'at of Individual merit and excel
Isnce of breeding cannot be surpassvu b
any herd in tbe country. Their cata-
uguo which Is now out and will bo sent
on application, tells the facta Ucier
(baa w can write ttinn In IhU brbf
space. Tbia t-ata'cgue contlii M
with txWndtd indlgrvcs aiid a tut '
every hog to bi o d. ai-d tbo ai tu ui v
mrnt t It should bo road by i Very i, g
Krtiwir ia lj Ciiuniiys Jl d"Uvt If
there are euuugh of th -ui t gu aroat d
Not If one out uf t n vf t ur riuor
who would prfit t'f It W'jul'J !. 1 (' )
and one-Uatb el tbM h ud f r it
wuuld attend tbe au i buy i, ir
m re of the "wortf a ltf trr to t
std. N it wk will aj p Mit;t
the anm ttoimeut psfpwi)U hh
the iHd t! Ufa lul nuld, a d f tfvt,r
partWtars witt then b Klra. .
To th 'and ollt d Ai-!e h
M SHMt is)iflij I I, 1st, fur uti
farw Ut lbs nMsd tl e d ! a.
Cail fkll Dsatrle, U. A T. A, ti
U strMi Uajwla, Nsb.
Three Cent Column.
"For Sale." - Wanted," "For Ezcbang."nd
mall advertisements for abort time, will to
charged three ceaw- per word tor each timer
t'on. Inliials or a number connted as on
w rd CiSh with the order
If yon wki anything, or have anything that
anybody else "wants. " make It known through
this column, it w 11 nay.
QKNIS AN I EI-"o sell choice nurxery
liKJH ry a-i f irm nar l.lBvtn. 5ft rrs
V nder ealtl at on ,6X) if taken at once.
jonn j. uiuiua. Lincoln, Ken. abii
IARUERS and feeders no Sr. postaire Cor
m. pACHage ho' i i anraas, Minaaam, la.
FKH SALE A Rood lire Po -ullht paper la a
town of 1 000 IthaMianta. kxk1 reasons
i r selling. Addiea-, allUnra-lndependeut
WAITED 100 0U0 tndependeBtsof Nebraska
to stop at the Windsor when they come
ANTED -Twenty thousand new unhscrl-
ber to TBS ALLIASC'C-ltlDBPSNDBNT.
INOI.KV a MUKKE T, atiorneya at-law,
uk u ov., L.mcom. neo.
fTtlNl.EY & BCRKETT. atrorueys-at-law,
s wuii., uucum, wen. ASs.racis ex
fJAVK YOU anything to sell or trader Then
A I anveruxe ine laet nrough this cttluma
ana oe surprised at tne renuu.
1 F you wtb to buy. sell or exchange real es
J ut. merchsmire or llee stock, )ou shou d
aaaree jiiu j. uiuu.tu, Lincoln, sea witi
A GENTS V A.MT fur the kest aelllLKNov
A elty ont. .TO 000 sold the first wee In
loNtn. fample b m .11 15 rta. Needed in
every non-m. odren. w. a. MAHUNUY, Ho.
I ueverent, ixiweu, Masa.
IF you want to exebsuce y-ur land inr
s- .oth Lincoln its. er the street car
line and tb 1 ruenl coll ire la the we t. write
tunueto ohn j. ')ililln, Llucoln. .el 8At4
IF YtJU ANT to buv, sell, irsde or borrow
Anythlng.remenjber you n li It badly If
r un out iiiiki o. suowu inr-upn tins co.
umn Only 8 e tits uer word each Insertion
Cash with the order.
REMEMHEK that Thb au.iaic Ikdkpbm
lENf is the bfSt silveitlblus medium In
inn west vi oen writing to a y "l our adver
tisers don't forget to tell ibein where you saw
VJAVE YOURSTAMPH- Good prl -es paid fr
kj uiiea Loiuinman nnstave stamns sad an
other Icltidf eui fr m envelopes wr pers.etc.
vaitiuoie pnee isisnn insirii'-iinnn, set AO
dress, Ebnest E. Whight Cambridge, Nb
fJIHE "MODEL" MOH WKIi EKIs the only
sutlsfacion lo Ibe Udles. Aients wautert
everywhere. W ntn lo tbe Model Mop Pall and
A "ne ia me inr ei inai kiti-b cotd e a
Wrlager Company, Lincoln, iwb. srt4
qRAVK.LKtt- WANTK.U - FaltbliU nettl
ram ur lady to travel et.rwetnlntr n i'nt
liHbed iiiiasn. tB B'V $780 and exp-nee.
wib Increase. Em loe irferenre and s-if-Hrt
iieHd stumped envelope, IUE 1XJM1N1UN
uu . uuicago
FARMS I FARMS!! FARMS!!!
400 choice KaMtern Nebraska farms 150 clear.
150 mime auly I- ct.mber.d. Price fiom SlO
u.TOwrnr.. Wtlie i xacly what you want
and wbreyou want it. A number of excel
lent bargains If laseu soou.
C. R B0ATRIGHT, 301 N. Y Ills Bldg,
Iowa Farms For SaIp,
We b veala-g- l)-i or lurms f. rsale n Iwa.
e lit koo l lunils In eveev diret-iluu. from
tow i lots to H.POO acre tract a so vnu cmn t
tiiaa a miHiaxe lu csi ing on or wrulng io us
If on want to buy at lowext plc a. ami now
Is a ipl-uilld lime to buy homes in low.t, e-
pec ai y iu msii! a't cini"iy,.r ciiy pioper'y in
Marsbul town. :all and h "eibluUwe
can-'oyiiood t.'ALHOUN & VA'.W TE,
Ileal Eiia e Agent , M. rsfml Uiwn. toaa.
0. J WILCOX, ACCOUNTANT.
1617 Washington St , Lincoln, Nibh.
Hooka and accounts audited and adjusted
DiHputed act out. th prepared lor trial. Ac
oums of county (fficlalH and cOiDoratiou,
check d up. elmple ssiems of biKik l-eepInt
arraegeu tor parlies Having little practical
knowleoue of accouuta. CorresomideDce
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STOCKWBLL'S BAD BOY. Twenty-three side
pltuliiK ulaloguen. LaiiKb and (trow fat.
Honey, land and trutisi ortnilun In broken dotes.
Wsrranieii lo make n ore Pdi nllsts to Ibe tuuara
Inch thnn anything In prln Points for Thli kets
knock! the (l.t .K alii. UjTrnn,cnt Ownerahin
of Railroads paralyiea 'em. Hi ctnta eachi lbs I
lauea, pusipata, lur ta teuts iruni mis umte.
A Co-operative Commonweal. tx,
BY LAWRENCE QHONI.UND.
t book for all who believe the mimneMtlre
commercial Rtru.'Kie abonld besuperMeSed by
a jii'v n uuuunn eyxiem 01 proout'lloQ and dl"-
rtiiuiion. a cook aiso ror inose bo believe
competition necessary. Postpaid, paper cover
Kiroia in Our Monetary System and tbe
BY MAHY E HOBART.
cents. We have not yet seen this book,
nut. tha editor of I'he r-omluir Nation
strongly rec-inmoud it.
Tr Duties of Man.
BY JOSEPH MAZZ1NI.
The great Itatlau, wh'nw heart embraced the
world and whe tho-ights will neverdle. He
iv.-a ana sunera for Hie Industrla and imiIHI
cmI emancipation of tbe uiaaaea. I'osipald, IS
Six Centurlrs of Woilc and Wages.
BY J K Ttl'iROLnRnnrRs. it p.
Abr'dued wllh Chart and stitnntai . The facta
and theth-itttrlilaunitifiryof kU Urge yuium.a
A ItliM.rle cilie-t(,,i .,f nimt valuable I for.
itiatlon bea lug on ths praent crlsN, by Rev.
w. t. P. Ultra Iiordii-ioa t,y pruf H T
Kl of the State 1'nlverali.y of Wisconsin.
Caper. C6 cents
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TIiNGLLY & BUKKETT,
Attorneys-at-Law, 1026 O St, Lincoln. Neb-
COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED SAME DAT AS
W. CASToa. Pre. W.B. Use-. . , x
Farmers .. Mutual
Organized In lS9l.
H2.000.000 psurpc Mow fp Effect..
J. W. rtnr. Knw aid. Neb.
J. P. Riiu A,v M.h
J. L. Het matice, Kamnnd, Neb.
a irinrav.r. t neeuey. Neb
U. H. Da. it HvriuMiu K.h
J A Klo en. Uneboer, Neb.
J A. Hiirr, Yors. eb.
. j. iiuur tt.. Er ter, Keb.
N B Hjait, Preatdent, k eb.
JOHN B. WRIGHT,
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Columbia Nat'l Bank,
OF IaINOOIaN, NEB,
First ! National : Bank,
N. S. HARWOOD,
C. A. HANNA,
N. S. TTurwood, John Fltzeoraid,
V. vv. Uook, Ubaries A. IHnna,
John II. Ames, John L.
JOSEPH OPELl, Manager.
Gov. 1 1 tl : Q Sfs, Iiiqcolij, Jeb,
Accommoda'lons first class. Special
'(inventions, etc .
Organ My Warranted to Fi?e Years
Price, 4,9. 75.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
(5Agents Wanted for the
w. j. wroughton;
IMPORTER AND DEALER
jfS ,n Clydesda'e. English Shire. Percheron, Belgian,
fT" German Ccach. Yorkshire, Coach and
j Cleveland Bay Stallions.
WhifMw Lonf Mm given
wlicitrd. S tables In ton. Address,
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F. M. WOODS.
Fino Stock Auctioneer.
. Ron?. V,ce-PrM A On,T
245 South th Strt,
Correspondenee solicited from all persona
interested in mum tl insurance.
JOHNSON. j. H. Mrrr.Av
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C. S. LIPPINCOTT,
P.M. COOK, Ass'tCMhler.
Ctwhler. H. S. FREEMAN,
J D. Macfarland. R. E. Moore,
A. a Cla'k, I . M. Marquett,
Carson, F. M. Cok.
He apqU ARTELS
rates made to Independents attending
Kimball Pianos and Organs
Jr., Orjiaha, Neb.
to responsible partUs. Correspondence
WROUCHTON, Hastings, Neb.
SI PER YEAR.
Cattle Robe Tanning Company,
1CI2S Strut, LINCCl,NE8.
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