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MARCn 1, 184
TIIE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
people belns; present at the convention.
The platform adopted reads as follows:
1. We demand a free T"te ana an
2 We demand the passage of a con
test law for tat officers.
3. We demand the free coinage of
rold and stiver at a ratio of ltt to 1.
4. e fltmanu mo rxuoumvu uv
-Jw!ilatin(r mpdiu" to $jw per capi a.
5. We protest npainsi me control oi
the circulating medium by corporate
6. We demand a tariff for revenue,
and that the revenue necessary to meet
the expenses of the government da rais
ed, si far as possible, by a tariff on in
rrtations; and that this tariff be so
7ied as to protect the laborers in the
f , ines. the mills, the shops and on the
Urms and their products, against the
' labor fif foreirn countries.
. 7. We demand a national graduated
f inoome tax on talaries or incomes in
. exefes of reasonable expHnditures for
i the comforts and necessities or are.
; 1. We favor moro liberal educational
trllities for the masses, and a better
. and more efilcleot administration of the
. We demand that the convicts shall
fea mttv v 'd from the mines.
' 10. We demand that the present lien
t lavs be so atnendd as to give miners
" th same benefits accordei to other
laborers, and the enactment of such laws
' aa will secure to them payment of
3 wires tn lawful money semi-monthly.
, k '11. We favor the creation of tbe ofllce
'"iTi State Inspector of weights and meas
V t'" ne election of mine inspectors
' ail the inhibition of working children
tzzAer thirteen years of aire in the mines,
12. We favor the development of our
r XU rial resources and the upbuilding:
i ( 1 Industrial enterprises: and to that
,' r A we Invite the investment of capital
pledging the enactment of such laws as
will afford encouragement ana protec
tion to all legitimate enterprises.
8UPP0SIH9 THAT GAIH IS GODLI
, 1 NES3-
We are of ten driven or tempted be
yond resistance to use harsh language
In characterizing the co'dbug usurers
and income receivers of the east. And
they deserve to be most blackly painted;
at there is no question bit quite a per
centage of them honestly believe tribute
' belongs to them, and that the east is the
honest and intelligent part of the coun-
try and the west and south the Ignor
ant, dishonest and demagogic section.
Great Is the power of environment and
lifelong education. And greater yet is
the power of personal interest to blind
tne mind. We have an illustration of
1 this Id the firmly established belief of
the south, thirty and forty years ago,
that slavery was a divinely sanctioned,
natural and just institution. It was
preached In the pulplte, and the south-
if em people were ready to die in the last
, ditch for their alleged property rights
In black blood and muscle.
I They did so dlo. But justice moved
"on, and the South now sacs its folly.
iButhuman nature knows no dividing
klines, no north, no south. Men of like
'passions and equil selfishness in the
north fought the men of the south. If
i 'the northern men, and their fathers
; had lived south, and the southern men
and their progenitors had lived north,
the war wjuld have been fought the
same, but the defenders of slavery would
then hive been the other fellows.
This matter of slavery is not confined
to any one form. In essence it is com
pelling our fellowmen to create wealth
by their labor for us to enjoy. The
monopol st is a slave driver. The laws
which permit and protect monopoly are
slave laws. And this being true the
east and north is now the seat of the
slave power. And the intrenchments
of the present slave power are just as
jealously guarded, just as earnestly,
honestly and religiously defended, as
were the moral, economic and legal
k ' defenses of chattel slavery. They don't
, draw on the Bible quite so much for
moral support as did the chattel slavery
mei. The Bible from beginning to
nt Jndemns taking usury or increase,
- except in the one case of contiguous for
" &ner8 whloli was like war necessary in
-Jelf defense. But economists falling In
with universal practices and popular
, Ideas have bolstered up a belief in the
justice cf iwapplng dollari for gain, and
ij have defended the metallic, Intrlnsio
value money superstition. So bow we
'aoo another great conflict which natu-
I My arrays us in two great sections,
v , th slavery's banner proudly lifted by
the east, and the ensign of lndui'rial
freedom In the hands of the despised,
oppressed workers of the west and
Will both iKlos fight Judge for
( yourselves. If honest, tho eat will
. fight If the workers of the west car
n anything for liberty they will stand for
1U defense. You can't crowd your wo
, nopoly uury chains on to them any
f , longer without a fight. It will bopollt
I leal twenty years, perhaps, a It
frt.ra 140 to ISM, Hut If justice I
aUregartk'd ami the mnny oligarch)
refuse to gtve up peacefully the rein
of govern neat, at the slat oligarchy
A Muerd to la til, another civil war will
( bo precipitated.
KJ To show how honestly blind anJ In-
Utlectuallr behind th times th Us
I ea of the old school Uom of the east
are, we fire holnw a ptrarih frru a
piM preaHl tpwch ( fi-Mavvr 1U
it of New York, Mn ered a few algaW
ago Hi a reereseoUtl" asocial emipaat
I .. HwHt It a ljn.rftt who Jrt
aUy and at a outlaws wan ili high
la tho c.Veiutf hU follow alUivn. Ite
t kiow ywr Htm5hir . NVaihttf
km. 1 know fm ta t hont, tritt'
ful, voi!aat. Hal m know ihm Ui
fits; blank, crass ignorance. Almost in
a solid body, with a few honorable ex
ceptions, tliev gave their votes to the
Silver bill. That is the work of your
South of today. That is Southern
statesmans ip at the end of the nine
teenth century. That is irnorance;
that's what it is, ignorance, that goes
forward with the dangerous strength of
its own convictions. There is no tool
like the fool who rushes in where angels
fear to tread. .
He was speaking of southerners to
southerners residing in New York.
The old gentleman Is too old to learn
anything new, of course, or to unlearn
any old error. And It will be as difficult
a task to enlighten or attract the solid
east, as It was to affect the solid south
before the war. .
B00K8 EEOEIVED FOE EEVIEW.
Eirth Revisited. By Byron A Brooks
author of King baul. A Tragedy," &c
The Arena Pub. Co , Button. Paget 318;
price in paper, hfty cents.
London Money Power, or the Great
Red Dragon. New and revised edition
By L. B. Woolfolk. L. B. Woolfolk
publisher, 90 Fulton Street, New York.
Our Government; What Is It? By W
P. Broon s M. D., author of "Hard Times
and the Way Out.M Published by the
the author, Nebraska City. Pamphlet,
Studies in Justice, Lectures and Let
ters. By A. J. Umttenden, cjlass Lrc
turor ln!VVbeaton Theological Seminary.
Subject: The New Crisis A Bankrupt
World; Usury Indicted and convicted;
The inherent wrong oi usury; Apoio
cries Answered; endowments; xne
Neglected Science. Pamphlet publish
ed by the author at Mill River, Mats,
The World-Herald wants the leasing
Populists and Democrats to discuss
trade which It thinks would divide the
stats offices between them. The in
suit is enormous. But to bring about
the proposed harmony, to swallow in
harmony and all principle and lack of
principle, a meeting between J. Sterling
Morton and representative farmers of
the farmers' organizations should be
arranged. After they have finished
embracing the Chicago lecturer, Jim
Boyd should be introduced and kissed.
Tvbe Castor should then pass in with
pie and discuss the maximum freight
law. The platform would of course
be the Omaha and Chicago plat
f orma spliced together, and the cam
paign speakers should be sent out in
palrt, a Populist and . a Democrat in
each, and they should speak from the
6ame platform together and sleep in
the same bed.
The New York Tribune would have
ail the Universities, colleges and public
schools turned into military drill school
to give all the young men and boys of
the country a military training and
discipline; would have the Government
greatly increase the number of army
officers detailed to drill them; would
have the National Guard officers ;t'ke
up the work as a patriotic duty; and In
the remote country districts would have
the civil war veterans organize batta'
ions among the boye; all "to foster a
patriotic military spirit," and by "habits
of obedience" and military discipline
get them ready for unquestioning ser
vice when they shall bo needed to mur
der discontented, disobedient, striking
bodies of workingmen.
Secketaky Morton was hanged in
effigy at his home city a few nights ago
by his indignant Democratic compitri
Suggestion for Reaching the Indif
Having just finished reading the last
number of The Alliance-Independent.
It makes our blood boll to learn
how fast the money power are fastening
the chains of shvery upsn American
freemen. Bonds and bondmen! Master
and s'ave! O for a voloe like the sound
of Gabriel's trumpet, that it might be
heard from ocean to ocean and awaken
our poople from their state of lethargy
and indlfferenoe and warn them of the
dangers and disasters hanging over
their heads. Yes, I would cail up tbe
old patriots, Washington, Lincoln and
Jefferson and cause their hypocritical
Imitators to call upaa the rocks and
mountains t fall upon then and hide
them from the countenance of true
patriotism, nut alas for that voice.
God has not given us the power of the
whirlwind, nor the voice of thunder,
but he la with us In that "small still
voice," which will ItaJ u aright ind
bring ut victory by aud by.
I have bfea thinking how we might
roach th Indifferent or thoM who
will not roil our parmrt and grt thm
tlmd up to ac'.lon.
8uppo0 wo should print tho Omaha
platform la leaiMs and cattor thorn
over the state by millions fur dUtrlbu
tl n Thn Mlow $ with xmihiajr
IlkntU "l'anln HallotU" or th h.uk
circular of 171 V might have a
mtm "f dUtrtbuttia (and (H!telh)
mi utthtnj like uUtrtUilug ration to
an army. The wtntral rom aUke may
h tblr plan of actios. frvUmc!y
narp4 out. sl.nply make the ufge
linn to t h'. ot hare may think of
It. ! haveaoiuxd lliat tnth.W H
ant le7 rivup Individual i a
mill dm ttf l'.''uliV dorUlne It act
m a tUma'aal a4 tboy want mot ad
in ire till rfted hom aal evtlan
api)a tli tMr llvttand they h'wne
food Populist UaW. KbOtitfh, riete
icwee ti leaf in of tnl article to tay
?. A. r.
Sug$eetione from Chairman Deaver,
The battle cry of the ring Republi
cans last year was "vote for Harrison,'
and "more wort." A sufficient number
did vote for Harrison to elect him su
preme judge of the state but in the
name of Republican promises where is
th "more work? There are thousands
of Omaha's idle now looking for the
man who mado the promise. Let every
one of our faithful workers get in the
field and show up the fallacies f the
Republican promises, aad if possible,
keep the voters from committing the
error of voting for Republicans to "re
buke the Cleveland administration."
That in my opinion is the greatest
danger now confronting us. That will
be just what the powersothat be want
done,and those who vote for the llepub
acans to "reouice" will commit tne er
ror of doing just what their enemies de
sire thm to do. It Is time0 now to be
gin to line up for the coming campaign
and use every effort to show the voters
that the PoopU's party is advocatlcg
methods and principles that will bring
about better times.
I also wish to urge upon members of
our party who intend to take part in
the coming campaign to secure a copy
If possible of the House Journal for 1891
and 1893, and familiarize themselves
with their pages and use them as text
books to speak from. By this method
an audience can easily be convinced
that the members of our party have
kept every pledge made in our plat
forms. I believe that nine-tenths of
the Ameiican people are opposed to the
issuing of mora United States bonds
nd in dealing with national questions
this issue skould be brought strongly to
the front. Let "free coinage," "no
more bonds," government banks and
railroads El, and honesty in state
government be our battle cry.
D. Clem Deaver.
Omaha, Neb., Feb. 24, '04.
Open Letter to Prof. George
Prof. George Elliott Howard.
MY UKAB (JLD CLASSMATE ; -I see
you were on the program for an oration
at the anniversary of the University of
Nebraska. We were students of this
institution under its first chancellor.
This is the first I have1 heard of you
since I left the University.
We were a poor but deserving set of
students. Our Indus ry and aspirations
merited great reward. Yes, I remem
ber our chancellor used to tell us that
"our aspiration were indications of our
capabilities." .We seemed to make
equal exertions but we have notall been
equally rewarded. Through influence
you were fortunate to be appointed a
preceptor in the University immediate
ly a'ter your graduating. I feel confi
dent you have proved an honor to your
calling, still I do not think you have
exerted vour6elf any more than your
classmates who are nowjln "chill penu
ry. "Some of them accumulated wc alth,
but through our ludustrial wrong, have
lost it. As I said, you fell into a rut
that led to "beds of flowery lase." And
the greatest, and really only, effort of
your life has been to guard yourself
from getting out of this rut. Some of
your class mates iir their start in life ,
fell into the rut of misfortune. And as
fortune has been added to your far tune
so misfortune has been added to their
Fortune is synonymous with chance.
All good people are opposed to gambling
for no other reason than it is a game of
chance. I abhor our industrial dis
order that results in nothing but chance
If you have any indignant students un
der your supervision, will you use th'B
abominable word chance by telling them
that they hare an equal chanoe with
their classmates who are blessed with
wealth and influence? Should theee
students fall in life do you not know
that their education would only aggra
vate their sensibilities of the tortures
of poverty? After knowing tht the
present system consists of the strong
taking advantage of the weak; of suc
cess being the profit fiotn the ct-ocsal-tles
of the oppressed; of commercial
warfare to trample sooie one beneath us
Instead of rising them on a plain with
us, will you tell them they can practice
the ethics as laid down In your curri
culum? Will you dare tell them this
system it right and should he continued?
1 say "syawm." It it a uiisiiomer.
Chauue It contradictory to tpU-tn. It
Uronfutlon; ItUchaoe. The languages
have n word to nt the montroity.
Tv reprat, our nnfortunate chu
tuab-s wrrt Industrious, cautious, In
telligent and aplrtng; bat undor pre, j
ml u-ndti!on lacked ono (werollal to
gain wealth and fam Ihulr hump tf
varloc was auaU. An Indua'rlat ;
that prKlucvt ut h lornwtul kT.tU U
alarmingly wrong and wethuulU Uw
nouii'ltkug htlter to take Its place,
Now ilfar ulatiiate, ae )u nave t
your IWe la Ucrp atudy anJ rwi'cli I
would hi .!nal Ut know what rvinedy
you have vuivtit (or the elHrvMing
ft rune, lit the grvekal oietUun of
the miii an I ll.U li the Bit ttnte In the
hUkry of the world It has me up fur
final n'luti . AaJ a ao4uUi we mutt
hav, IK course LaU aoti ttwotfmiu
a ihI.-mo of yuur lrisg any Iking Ilka
Itm fitltowlt. old et that the h f
deluded f i'l'le have ha a U ttttly tk
rnp!l;itt! pre; "If the rveat
roni-Utie plan of projut-oca and eu
trlbutioa im tHpUt4 ay ou othr
ytm luat W"uid hate no autUe to
r 'rt ieif, ' Thre It an i4Ml
e'i.jmv df ail, at ntt rUh Ri.n mm
n t ;u c 1 ltn ithiif" "If the fif
mnontUe th.y lf hi he rle'j." ',
pf mm a la xsr Waue te : at
work." Kt. t Uitfitfu!,
AM"P,M. V K nn
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For Bale," "Wanted," "For Exchange." and
mall advertisements for short time, will be
cbaw6 three cents per word for each Inser
tion. Initials or a number counted aa one
word. Cash with tbe order
If you wakt anything, or bare anything that
anybody else "wants," make it known through
this column. It will ear.
AO EN rs wan I E D To mil choice nuraery
stock Carre Nursihiks, Crete, Neb.
WANTED Fire nd ct clone aiffnts Good
pay. i. Y. M. S lgarl. Sue y, Lincoln,
I7IUHTY are farm nar Llncola, 55 acres
l i nnaer rultlvailon. II. MK) If taken at once.
John J. GUlllaB, Lincoln, Neb.
Tj1ARIF:RS and foeders mtid Sr. poHtage for
natKatB. kodi. -i nomae. uincBani. i&.
WANTED -Twenty thonnand new unbscrl'
. ben toTiia AlXIAICB-itlDKFIHUBNT.
rniNOLKY & BL'RKKrr, attorneya at-law.
x iu u ni., Lincoln, jeo.
TjOR SALK-A new 3 horse lovel tread power,
jiiiucu auoii. meua. jnho. auu
rpiNwLEY & DL RKETT. atrorneya-aHaw,
x iira u ev., Lincoln, iveu. Aastracis ex
HAVK YOU anything to sell or trade? Then
advertise the fact through this column
auu De surprised at tne result.
V you wlNh to buy. sell nrexchanire real en
tale. inercbRntlfxe or live stock, rou khould
aaureas jonn j. uiuuan, Lincoln, nd. sau
117 ANTE D-To buv a M or 1 section cf aaad
I V land near Lincoln or any good Nebranka
town. miiki oe a oargain for epot canh. h. v.
YOUNG, Broker. U'01 O Hi. Lincoln, Neb. 87 tl
have a limited amount of pure blood Ger
man Carp that will imawn in May or June
itt:h I will sell at hard lime pi lct. Alm a
w one and two vem old For Drlcen. el
address J. U. Romlne, Hee, Neb.
A GENTS WANTR0 fortbe best selling Nov-
V elty out. 30.000 sold the Hrnt week In
Boston. Bample by mall 15 eta. Needed In
every houxe. AddreRH, W. H. MABONEY, No,
l uevereoi., uoweu, Aiaiw,
F yon want to exchaone ynur land tor
smooth Lincoln lots, nar the street car
line and the Urgent coll ge In tbe wet, write
at once to jonn J. unman, Lincoln, .leb. s&u
F YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or borrow
Any thing, remember, you min it badlv If
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gaiiHiacuon to lue laaiue. A lent wanted
everywhere. Write to the Model Mop Pall and
wringer uompaay, Lincoln, Neb. , Sbt4
rflBAVELERS WANTED Faithful gentle
t roaaoriaayto travel renreenunn o ttab
llNhed bouHe. Salary ft780 and exnenwi
with increase. Enclone reference and Helf-ad.
dresMed stamped envelope, TUJfi DOMINION
uu , uoicago.
100 Grape Vines Only $2.25.
Guaranteed No, 1. Rend for price list. C. W.
Slagel, Davenport, Nebr.
0. J. WILCOX, ACCOUNTANT.
1617 Washington St., Lincoln, Nsbb.
Book and accounts audited and adjUDtnd
DlHputed accounte prepared for trial. Ao
counts of county officials and roruoratloni
cneca a up. biuidih nyittemH or nnou-Keening
arranged for parlleM having little practical
knowledge of accounte. Corremnondunce
THEODORE F. BARNES.
A TTOJINEY-AT-LA W.
OiTice: 346 North tith St., Windsor Hotel
Block, Lincoln, Neb.
Will prictlce In State, Federal and Supreme
ConrtH. Special attention given to defen Ing
forw loyure eults and bUMlneuR before the j , h,
Land Ofllce In NehraHka and aslilHKton. D.
C. CorreHpondence eollclteU. Letters promptly
ARMS! FARMS 1 1 FARMS!!!
400 choice Eastern Nebraska farms 150 clear.
150 moderately Incumbered. Price from 110
to S0 per acre. Wrlle exactly what you want
and where you want It. A number of excel
lent bargains if taken soon.
C. R. B0ATRIGHT, 301 N. Y. Ufa Bldg,
Iowa Farms For Sale.
We have a large lint of farms for sale m Iowa.
We have good lands in eveey direction, from
town lots to 2,000 acre tracts, so you cannot
make a mistake in calling on or writing to us
It you want to buy at lowest prices, and now
is a splendid time to buy homes In Iowa, es
peclally In Marshall county, or city property in
Marsballtown. Call and Heeus Ve thick we
can o yon good. CALHOUN A VALENTINE,
Real Estate Agents, Marshalltown, Iowa.
CHEAP FAJU.1 LANDS
100,000 Acres JnetFnt Upon tbe Market
Small Cash Payments
5 to 20 Years Time.
For map of Nebraska and further
particulars, call on or address,
STAPLETON LAND COMPANY,
411 BEE RUILDIXU, OflAUA, NEB.
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Ccod Paper for Four Cents per Boll
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erlr uf llueu
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How t l4tt Htr-ee ta Rrce. As
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Attomeys-at-Law, 1026 O St., Lincoln, Neb-
COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED SAME DAY A3
J. W. CasPres.
Organizod In lS9l.
2000,000 Iraurapce How a ffi.e Effect..
W. Tastor, Emerald. Neb.
P. Koum, Aim, Neb.
L. tlermance, Raymond, Neb.
tireenamyer, Cbeeney, Neb.
, U. I mv1m, Hyraruiw, Neb.
A. Kloien. Uoehner, Neb.
A. Ilarr. Ytirk kah
W.J. Hlldreth, Exeter, Neb.
N. 8. Hyatt. President. kh
First : National . Bank,
Capital, - - - $400,000.
C.A. HANNA, Cashier. H. S. FREEMAN,
Vlce-Preeldent ,c.ot, Ass't Cashier.
N. S. Harwood, John FItzfferald. J D. Macfarland. TL V.. Mnnr
V. W. Cook, Charles A. llanna,
John H.Ames, John L.
Op Fully ffamM far Fire Years
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Agents Wanted for the
Texas Land for Sale!
Over 1 00,000 Acres Farm Land Situated In the Wichita vnv. t...
and owned by tbe Wlc blta Valley n. li. Co., row
jest and finest Isyln? land In tbe slate (deep,
in excetitli nkl bs tbv c lniute and in ver
for faniieis from more aonbetn loralltles. as thfy here can rales lit same crops they are
UM'd to. bexldes a II kind, i.f frnlia. Wlm. r aht u n.. i,.i,w. ,...i . ... J,'
Chlraijo prices. It Is also a floe slock country and hog raiHln will pay well. There 1m plenty
of timber alone the ureaiis. Only eblte people setile here and a good many Nebraska and
Iowa fariurs live there now. Yoi should not buy land In any other parn of the state before
you have seen this line country. Excursions from Omaha to Imudee March Kith, April 10th
undMay Hth. Fare for round trip only i.75. 3TWe show our land summer and win ter
For further Information write to or see w
O. B. NELSON. Genaml Ant.
Eoom 5, 205 Bouth Thirteenth St. Opposite
Having sold my farm near Iluskln,
and engaged In the grain trade, I am situated where I can be of material advantage!
10 my JNeoraBKa friends ana Alliance brethren, who desire to sell their grain, in
this market. Soliciting tbe patronage of all such. I Invite correspondence with a
view to business, In any branch of the
whenever desired both outside and Inside the Farmers' Alliance; having formerly
lived In NuckollH county, Nebraska, and served as president of Ruskln Alliance No.
1)82, and also as deputy organizer in Nuckolls, Thayer and Jefferson counties.
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Warranted to niske mure i'lipnllMS to tbe qnare
Inch than anything In print. I'ulni. for Thicker
nix-k.Ui.ti.ti. I .llir. uoTemnieni inrn.r.iiip
f Hallnwd. pr.ln- eai. IS cent eachi Utel
atalled, postpaid, for J cents trvw this udtce.
A Co-operative Commonwealth.
BY LAWKKNCE GRONMJND.
a book for all who believe the eotnpetltlve
comiuerclal sirttKKle should be suerweed by
a Ju.t economic nv.leiu of production and die
trlliutlon. A book al for those who believe
coiniieiitltiD necsMary. iostetd, paiier covers
10 eeu U.
Kirora In Out Monetary System and the
NT MAHY E. UOQART.
-S cents. have not yet seen this bonk,
but the editor of The Ctuiln- Naibm very
strongly rxxxumend. It,
Tht Dutlea of Man.
ar jONRfti ma nr. i i.
Ttt ffreat liaiUn. ehM heart embraced lb
..rl4 aiul ' tatmshl lll never dlo. Me
Itvwl aud .ul?'rd fur the ndutUI ud "ilnr
ral etuaSN lett of the Blows, Nitd, It
is Ctaturtea of Wot en4 Wagea.
NVi K.TUOKOUHtNiKIt!i,ll I.
Atrlly-I wtiti vhart and semai.ry The fa t
a n thethiuu, at unun rv 1 1 .u ttt tiHunt
A bMorke if niiMt saiulnle trim
k- le na the pnut.l rrui, t M
tt l I lllt. sn)ur.Hk br IT. It T
t it f the him l avrtty ol W twoet.ie.
I'air, lb rent
WivtlMethMt a Infone,
tatlk4latk w tetrwt.'af. A ittusto, IkrUlte
ri t f east the ArMerilu v ..
its bm eyae i ' MtM-nm 4lUVtt 4
tkmum- A . ttlit m.M s.i sortie
ttf llwHtH tAWY
A bwb aaeea ai-t t ! Myites It
tu rvMM'ul4 a abt ml tss Mry
sh ea te " tiaid
luui ariy i I Hi iitfiMiM a im.
Miwr.i... t.y ik.t la a tail tlkk v4
h.tta e tfce srt i4 (.imu, Mi.la-M
ett4tj rva la e.bta It p Nfvf ev
The leven f wteelel Capspnec.
rrr msv - V iMiat
VhUtiUle ... mhk M a4 Ureetfta'
MM au4 tHu tM IS t .M-o,
.hves how tae a y r,e.s h aJ t
t W ttIM - tl.. ui
the tut. f vet wad, u smi , I M ef ste.. M
246 South (th Street.
Correspondence iollclted from all persona
Interested In mutual Insurance.
C. S. LIPPINCOTT.
A. B. Clark, T. M. Marquett,
Carson, F. M. Cook.
Kimball Pianos and Organsoi
Jp.f Ornaha, Neb.
for tale at low prices and on eay terms. Titles
rlcb, well drained clay soil), but that Halxo bas
and mitinw i. w.. li.,i .... C'f.
Omaha Natl Bank, OMAHA, NEB.
Nebraska, last spring, and moved here
trade. Will give satisfactory references
Ten Men of Money Island.
BY COI,. S. P. NORTON.
Anotbnr hex to scatter everywhere. It Is the
money and moneyquestlonmadeslmple Most
Interestingly Instructive. KlKhiy-slyht pae-s.
rost paid, 10 ceata, 3 tor neuta.
The Railroad Question.
BY WM. LARKABKE.
The matter presented in tbe 45 paireaor thU
book, drawn from all the Amerlraa and uro
pean literature bearlag on the railroad prob
lem, Is most valuable. Head this booh and
you will be thoroughly informed on one of tbe
prat over-shadow lug qusstlousof the day
Cloth II. W.
Ijmcolm, Nsb., Aff. t tSKJb
4iilphtltn Bil loiuxHn, Neb,
((ulwmriv h Im s vKlim thiswitiem
Mwa! )nn m I h.. taaend muaulv St
Iwwe, ami h s la tfc ll sinne ttMMth
itakuts. and tb II. t Kitrin el Arkaeus
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