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About The Lincoln independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1895-1896 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1895)
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1308 O Street
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You Should See
HON, I). T WE LTV.
If there is a man in this state
who deserves the gratitude of the
whole people of his section of the
state, that man ii Hon. I). T.
Welty. As judge of the Four
teenth judicial district he has saved
that portion of the state from utter
financial ruin. He has been the
true friend of the money lender as
well as the impoverished farmer.
While he held in check the greed
of the mortgagor, that if left to it
self would have depopulated the
country and made the mortgage
practically worthies?, he saved the
farmer his home and gave him a
chance to pay off his debt. If
there is patriotism left among the
citizens of his district he will be
re-elected by a practically unani
mous vote. It has been the fash
ion in this state in the years past,
whenever a man undertook to
serve the people and keep the
hands of corporation cormorants
and money lenders from taking
their little all, to turn him down
at the next election, but the peo
ple have been learning better than
that in the last font or five years.
Judge Welty will be re-eh eted by
an overwhelming majority.
Silver Knight Free.
I he Silver Knight edited by Sen
ator Stewatt, is full vi lotimt won
oni't articles, just the kind i i mat
ter thus who have studied (lie
iiioiu) 'piestion to some extent
iurd ami want. It ix ol gn.it xal
He to -ill public prak?i$. ao4t host
win Wish to talk to aiivt toisviiue
their neiuhl'Mi-i, To a!! ail) sub
i id t tending . to th Imi
I'lSt-iM If It.' next p o.iyi, the
S.U t r Ki'i',ttt will be i(l tut .Hi:
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To The .atu.
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i lif lu ilihlll then pt4l.' ,ul; t,
with t!nit, t'Ul w. i! ti i--t .it ii
Mi !'t fchr.it l the) Ini.l .1
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This Stove at
It is the No, 2
Steel Plate Ranges, Cooking Stoves and
Best Assortment in the State.
CO. Invite You.
Evi'.uv populist who wants to
work in this campaign should get
Edgerton's Populist Hand Book.
This is not an advertisement, it is
the opinion of the editor and pub
lished because he knows that the
facts in that book will enable them
to be more efficient in the work of
reform. The Populist Hand Book
and Indki'Kndknt one year for a
Tut State Journal is very much
troubled over some remarks which
this "local populist organ" as it
calls the Indi:i'Kndknt, made about
the county fair management. It
makes a statement that will stagger
any honest man who sees it when
it says in substance that the pops
managed the county fair. It don't
deny that they hired 139 special
police to maintain order during
one of the most peaceable days
Lincoln ever had.
Tin. Indki'Kmiknt has the en
dorsement of Gov. Ilolcomb, all
the state officers, our whole con
gressional delegation, and many
leaning men throughout the state.
It will be well for county commit
tees throughout the stcte to send
for sample copies. Besides the
news of the campaign, every issue
will contain sound economic arti
cles that will te of great value to
all speakers and workers tor the
A man who can believe in "in
trinsic" value must lack some in
Irinsic quality of brain tissue lint
pit veuH him from reas.m.ng. It
l tut value ol goM is "itmmMe" and
inheres in the metal, tin n a giM
dollar would buv no nu re if there
vete on!) one in the world than if
then wen ten th.ios.tnd bilb"!isi
tin 111. or thev covered the arth
hall .1 timt d p. A man who be.
lu xe that the the mnidt t td euM
Mhtr dm not it!i t tin ir value,
but thit "x.tli.i:" it an iivh rent in
ttm-.iv tpi-ihlv in e.ii h nfid ru ry
our, li t; i'.t: id ti e fiiout r ft
them, H iiftaini)' i't id si-iin l
lined, lb )-. wlu'i U in hi
I it'll. Nn , Srpl j 1, .tt
1 1 x x Hums I , ..
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Copper bottom wash boilers, No,
M Teakettles "
Glass Oil cans, 1 Gallon
Flaring I'uils, 8 Quart
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Strainer Milk Pails, 10 Qt
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tffiT These are ouly a Few of Our Special Prices.
Men who have subscribed for this
paper and have been receiving it
for some time without paying their
subscription should remember that
it is a very serious thing to the
men who are trying to build up a
strong straight, populist paper to
be forced to buy paper and ink and
pay out clean cash week after week
and furnish the paper without re
turns in cash from those who re
Besides our large regular edition,
we this week issue 5000 extra
copies to supply an actual demand
for sample copies sent in before we
went to press. The leading popu
lists of the state and Lancaster
county are determined that the
rank and file of the party shall at
least see one copy of a sound,
straight populist paper, that teaches
scientific political economy and
turns its back upon all isms and
theories not found in the party
Do the taxpayers of Lincoln like
Boss Thompson's method of rustl
ing an extortionate lighting con
tract for five years through the
council in one evening under a
suspension of rules, without giving
the people a chance to see and
consider the contract? If it was
fair and just to tax payers, it would
not have hurt Mr. Thompson to
let the lighting ordinance pass in
the usual way. But the we pre
siinnt that is the modern republican
way of bilking the people.
Puiil VtriMiti f Tl 11 tin rati.
Vn Kuulih ,'itiitor of the-
1 1 i:ibtu" iiimn hi"t brand, ban been
j impnrb il by the ijohltU s for th
j iurj'wM of erejitiiiy ili. i.rds mid
) brew up ili' iiii.in mtiou the- la.
j lriii!; men of thi eountr). Hut
it ill int irk. Tin miwiiui of
j BHll4 li.t Jenr nttilthfch''llif f
. hi tiKifti-r nr' mm too well k inv n.
i O I ('Hit l it f.Mil txll tilt" lltOIii
men nil I In t-m . 'U (nut njii.
' .hi !' (hmt hrwii-jht kier lUHie-.'-r'
re th' if tin i n Mr t
ni r th. i.iti i if ti.Tuit poii 4,
. I ..; nu. I tlio hr' for hf
pUtp'.e tf h' r ti tin l i b'.
i .I'd- in wf th Am ru n wtfk
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! eiin.btii.uof 4w''boi,ry, Itt.t t tit y
, lmr fuutnl out tl.nl lt . nu pttit
Ulir.f tOfMle rr lllub f iiUj
fs 1 f ld.lt iti 11 ill it li tki
thrill v.-il nil their Atuerti l
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'b.i Wp tti-,. h. f.ilH u llM t'lm-w
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Ware, louse Furnishing
LOOII -ZS-T OTTZB PKICES :
MORE OR LESS HUMOROUS.
The acrobat's lot Is an unfortunate
one, for no matter how much he makea
he Is subject to reverses. Baltimore
Cuniso; "Are you going to the pic
nic?" Cawker: "No." Cumso: "Why
not?" Cawker: "I went to a picnic
"Speaking of racing, what gait doea a
man strike when he la going to the den
tist to have a tooth pulled out?"
"Tooth-hurty." Shoe and Leather Re
porter. The sufferer: "Do you think it would
relieve my toothache if I should hold
a little liquor In my mouth?" His
wife: "It might, if you could do it."
She: "I'll marry you, George, if you
can satisfy father that you can support
me." He: "Do you think I coul.l get
him to play poker with me just once':"
Mrs. Hushmore: "You'll have to s.a
tle up or leave." Summer boarder:
"Thanks, awfully! The last place I
was at they made me do both." Illus
Mr. I'pton (across the dirshal't): "I
wish you folks wouldn't make so mu.-li
noise; you're keeping our baby awake."
Mr. Forthflohr (blandly): "Oh, we are,
are we? Well, just ask your baby how
he tikes it himself." PueU.
A kind husband: "Wifey, dur. I have
Jut brought you two bottles of extra
old Darolo for your birthday." "Hut
you know very well I inner drink
wine." "Well, I'll drink ii myself to
your gwd health." tt Motto per
RlnviiliK "Thp comic paper sr al
ways ta! k tiisc about women tonkin un
der tlifir be Is to nt If ttu-ri i a man
there. Now, d.) you think a o!iij!i
ever found a ni.iu under the bed?" I t-ii-pe.kt:
"U!i. y.'ie Married woui-'m oti-n
i do " Truth.
Th" Iti tifin ' or.'s; iu -4t rt5. i;i
per, ri.i4tl. aim im! si '.l it I--K.
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JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSGr-nX
Mi friend, if yu just give oilier peipi
the uame privileges that yu klairn fo
yourself, you will be surprl.ul to se.
how smoothe and still the old miMhe.;,
I hav often found it a good plan U
cum up on ttie rear side ov things and
work toward the front; then, if we tun
made a mistake, wc kan bak out easier.
The phools hav made more trouble in
this world than the raskallH hnv.
I want it (llstinktly understood that
I luv and respekt woman, not so mutch
for the hed that lz on tier az for the
heart that iz in her.
If tharo wazn't euny phools this
world would be a dredful desolate place
to II v in, it wouldn't pay to be wise, or
If it whs uginst the law to guess nt
things, we wouldn't kno mutch.
One ov the strongest points in the
devil's karuktpr iz. never to konslder
enny tiling out ov biz reach.
Whenever i hav undertaken to plan a
gratuitous amusement for others, 1 hav
allways failed. The best way iz to let
every one pay his munny, and then pile
out his own game.
Ilettuig on a sure thing iz no better
than stealing it.
Kind Heaven knu that lazynss wnss
the strongest habit ov the heart. This
makes that plaintive refrain, "Itoot.
hog, or die," sound alimost like revulu
cliun. We all ov us owe to our vanity more
than we would like to be told ov.
Sum ov the most modest and humble
men 1 hnv ever run agint hav been
thoze who had matched tliemwelfti agin
the devil, and got badly beat.
I hav Kiv up atl kinds ov k reed 4 long ;
asfn. even in religion, philiwuphy and
hnrtteftnth. Win n a man Informs mo,
that a certain tiarell ha got good cider
In It, I HiHil'.' and say, J.'s no," but he ;
knt prove It to me iiiiIcks the barrel I
tipt, utid i buv Inhub d a nuan ov thuj
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