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About The Lincoln independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1895-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1895)
Are Showing the best values in $8.00 and $10 Suits
And Overcoats that has ever been shown in
Lincoln. They have the
And the goods are all the Finest Fabrics and of
the Best Makes.
If you wan
Just Take a Look at the 25 and 50 Cent Garments.
Ewing Clothing Co.
1115-17 O STREET.
LINCOLN AND VICINITY.
The kidlets have laid down and
given up the idea of defeating
iVhen last heard of John Jeffer
son Trompen was making a splen
did race for the woods.
The Republican Glee club is
turning out a lot of rot that would
almost do credit to JoeMcGraw.
Attorney - General Dawes of
bleeding Kansas as a public
speaker is wild, weird and war
whoopy. Harry Abbott's mouth continues
to flow as freely as ever. While
doing business at the gin mills he
talks beautifully for the down
trodden ti payers.
Thf coumy fair association has
still failed to pay more than thirty
percent of its premiums and no
public statement has been made of
how much of the receipts went in
to the republican county campaign
Kids Clark, Collins, Camp, Mai
lilieu, Woodward, Stewart, Reese
t-t al., are making the old wheel
horse ;epublicans very tired in
'conducting a kindergarten cam
ja;gn. There is a right smart cus
sin' on the quiet going on on the
John Trompen the other night
loosened up and generously offered
George Botts all the city water he
wanted, at the flowing fountain,
corner of Eleventh and O, when
the sable gentleman mentioned the
fact that he was dry.
Ten dollar Meyers and nervy
Jim I'arkcr have started the build
ing of the Ninth street viaduct in
tne city council - However the via
duct will not be built u::der the
Oakley law and they know it. but
it is a good play to make on the
jjear people anyway.
Fritz Westcrmann, the presi
nt of the Young Men's Iveptibli
n club of this city, at times at
Olitical meetings has a very tired
f cell iitf, caused by the windy, c hilly
'Powctkid oratoiv. Then again
the inthieiu es are sophontfc and
i soothing that svvet t sleep tonu s to
Ihc IviU who tire rutinini; tin
1 1 rcp'ii'lican iiiachine 111 this 1 niiuty,
U.ie tl:c crarul (M patty a I . 1 k.
i)i when thev turntil Lni- I nt k'bn th 5
an.ll'awi th onowith -Ih';i-.!i j lr .i-mir .
am! ..Lilly platitude, the
with Ijj'.bu-il!'? I' utu s. it
t thi r 1
tin (itote Hastit' I f m l.
MtW l:th, Waiter. 1,'nh
'ji.Uo't an. I i'r.o! h t k la hi a on t
rj at ll.ttl.k I u !. v !iin.
T!, t - v. j j hi;ht att' i ! 11 t Hi"
irking inni, ibi.' b tl.c t .
Ibt' li A M I OtllprfHV lil
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your Money in
Hon. Logan McReynolds of
Clay county gave us a pleasant
Remember that Hon. W. A.
McKeighan will speak at the Funke
next Friday the 25th at 8 p. m.
The public is invited to come out
and hear the issues of the day dis
cussed. Sam Low started to campaign
for the whole republican ticket but
he has reformed and is now look
ing out strictly for Sam Low. He
says that Trompen is a dead
weight, Sam Cochran thiu, and
Maxey Cobb too convivial.
If republicans are to be relied
upon as truthful, it cost more
money to nominate one candidate
on the republican ticket than it
wilf torun the whole populist cam
paign, and yet the Journal howls
The Journal yells "boodle" at
the pops, who are making a win
ning campaign. But how about
that $5,000 nominating bill for Sam
Low? Did it cost J. E. Hill that
amount? And where did that
money come from? Explain, Mr.
Gere; the people want to know.
The Indki'K.xdknk got out this
week a 6-column folio paper for
the state central committee 100,
000 of them in less than three days
and did a very creditable job.
This accounts for cur paper being
unusually slim this week.
We must apolgi;e to our readers
for the mechanical appearance of
our paper this week, but it is ad
vertising that feeds the babies and
as the merchants appreciate the
value of Tin; Ixnn kniiknt as an
advertising medium tve inu.t gite
them what they call for.
Tho suprciiir court in thr case ;
brought to restrain the si crt tarv of !
state from piacini; tho rump nomi-
m es on the oilkial ballot as demo
crats, dociilod to five them ldh a
chance, ami there v. .11 therefore be
two (! moi ratic C i - ke'.s this fall and
presumably tuo d
d, iiio.ratic parti.-sj,!te (;uk iim (( u a s,jlJ.1 s,,.1;t.
Wl-atlhf Nfi.rasl.a,l!li!!i: (lJ, u ,. hif M(tt. , a . VV(.,.k
in the futim
supn-me court cmriut do 11 hardly
worth att- mpti.?c.
(ov. I (oil , n:! )'. r lay ued
r"pnsiti,n iot J. 1 .. j o Coulter,
1 x ! p.itv it y treasui' f tj O.oah 1,
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Cries Stop Thief.
Lancaster county has never seen
a more venal campaign than the
one conducted by the demo-pop
combination this fall. It is a cam
paign of barter and sale from be
ginning to end. The good name
of the county demands the over
whelming defeat of the men who
are engaged in trying to corrupt
the voters of the city and the
county alike. State Journal.
Something must hurt, that poor
old corporation vampire. The
pops are making a clean, winning
campaign and there is where the
trouble lies. "The good name of
the county" is of grave concern to.
it now but when Mosher and the
republican ring thieves w . re robbing
widows and orphans, laboring and
business men; when a republican
county treasurer robs the county
of $35,000 and a defaulting city
treasurer defrauds the city of $20,
000, "the good name of the
county" is not considered because
it affects the republican corruption
fund and shows up the villainy of
the republican ring. When the
king booodler of the republican
boodle ring boodled an electric
light ordinance through a republi
can council which robbed the
people of $10,000, the poor old
Journal felt no concern a(out "the
good name of the county." Boodle
has been the ruling spirit
of the republican ring ever since
the state was organized and it
should not now cry "stop thiel" to
hide its own villainy and shame.
Rumor has it that Jay liurrows
is again in the newspaper li hi at
Lincoln. The 1 iS: M railroad is
: not particular what kind of materi
al it uses in this s'.rupgle.
Reports from all portions of the
county arc to tho effect that n
publican meetings arc a ibt failure,
with no attendance ami virtually
no met tin;;. Th: pops ar; hav
ing ooil mi- titles ev-'ry v. here
Straws show which way the v. iml
If vnu sh a boot ,1 j. k U 1:1
mad, a nm.uk ah ,,t U.K b- -1
in -4 manipulati d by cctliati r. p.dd: t
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air wa-i l lit with bid-0.1
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mine on Sunday afternoon return
ing the same e vening; 50 tents for
the round trip.
KACT AND PHILOSOPHY.
Tlic Ktiglish fl;ig Coats over ono sixth ol
U10 ni)iilntio:i rikI one eighth of tlie tur
lace or tli ImliitublB globo,
'J I:e coventor council of Maine have
devilled lt present tlio I'nitud States i-ruts-r
Maine tt wrviiw of hilver plate to cost
Tim .School commit tne of Miiinctipolis
evidently .regard pooU ns mmle, not born,
for they require eauh pupil to writ n
poem ouee a week.
Thu theater at Savannah, li , is said to
be tie oldest pla.y-hou.se in the t'nitod
fctatex It. was Iniilt in lss jii a solid
rock foundation with walls that arc four
The descendant!! of Abralunu boverinj:,
who camo over in the Piljrrim'a ocean
greyhound, the Maylower, have put in a
peg for him, aa the father of Kliopm.ikins
in this country.
Spoil iicj estates in Scotland are not in
as Kre:it dciimiid as formerly. Tit that
was wihied only a few years tigo ut over
$1011.00(1 was offered for sale only u few
day Min e for $1 To, ODD, but, tucro was not.
a Kindle bidder.
It is remarked by the Fnglish inspector
of explosives, in hi fiftieth annual report
just, issued, that tlio number of dontlm by
accident anions ovttr 10,000 persons en
KiKoil in the manufacture of explosives
has amounted only to eight.
Some interesting figures ttliouiiitf the
cost of home of the nuns used in the Hrlt
ihh land and sea service are furnished by a
recent parliamentary return. I-Yimi this
It appears thut, nine j inch guns liuva
been issued to the navy nt an overage
cost of fri.V.tO.V Tho :20-inch guns cost
$BS,4a0 each and the .Vinch, $,S40.
At church, tho theater, and oilier assem
blies the Japanese t:il;o olf their shoes.
"At the large theater in Trukiji, Tokio."
Kays a correspondent, "the rush for shoes
is sometimes tremendous. Imagine 2,000
people after a mutineo crowding and el
bowing and pushing to get at their shoes,
no as not to bo late for their supper.
It is a curious fac t that tho lobster ques
tion on the shores of Eastern Newfound
land will solve itself in a fow years. Not
long ago three lobster were sufficient for
a can; now seven are required. This shows
that tho lobsters are being caught in such
quantities Unit none can attain maturity
a fact which points to their speedy extinc
tion in Kustern Newfoundland waters.
Strawborries, like ice cream, so fashion
dceiees, should lie eaten with a fork", never
with a spoon.
Mrs. Grundy: People who believe all
they hear have very little confidence la
him mn nature
The fashionable way to eut an orange at
table is to cut it in a half anil ''dig out
with a spoon."
It is proposed to introduce into the Lon
don streets tho steam carriages which have
proved a success in l'aris.
A Heading, Pa., man has just received
a letter niuiled to him by his soldier broth
er twenty-seven yearn ao.
A bee stili on the temple has entirely
eradicated tho rheumatism from the sys
tem of a Fallsington, Pa., man.
An Osborne county, Kan., man with a
pack of hounds is baffling from ten to
fifteeu wolf scalps a day, on which ho real
izes S'S apiece.
New York has o professional raff picker
with gold bowed zlasses. which he dons
when he wants to investigate tho con
tents or an ash barrel.
A shipment of sea island cotton seed lin
been sent from Savannah to the island of
lioruoo for planting at the request of tlia
Koveriior of British North Horueo and
Let mil n.
Ir. Holmes, aeeordiiis to the medical
bulletin, holds that if nine-tenths of ail
the drugs and medicines, patent, pro
prietary and otherwise, were thrown iuto
the ocemi it would be better for Mankind.
Public school teaching in Spain is not an
attractive profession. One teacher, vrhosa
case was brought into notice recently, had
not received his salary for seventeen years.
While this was an extreme case, it is trua
that the back pay of the teachers now
reaches about $7(1(1,000.
Henry Taylor was made the subject of a
practicul joke at August u Me., the other
day, by several you 113 mu, who electriiled
a door knob whi-h he took hold of. Ha
Could not let go, and Kpeechle-etstoo,! glued
to the door for five minutes, when tha
electric current wji shut off. He then
fell to the floor and wn inieisible for
some time afterward,. Mill V -tWfkVMliria
through the application of powerful restor-
Dr. W, Qaeea, The Specialist
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VV. M. SMITH,
Parlor (arbor thop.
Found Something at Last for the Babies
The Unbreakable Doll nt tho
Great 1 0 cent Store
The Grout Ten Cent Store has received ou of'tho finest line o
Dolls in the City. One particular doll I warrant from breaking. If
is one of the nicest dolls out and they are just as cheap as u common
doll and I wish every lady would call and inspect our line of dolls.
They are now on sale. Also received a consignment lot of China
goods which are going to be sold at very low figure.
J. W. SMITH & CO,,
- DEALEKS IN
Canned Goods, Flour, Butter. Eggs, Etc
PHONE448. 346 S 11 TH STREET.
Fine work at Reasonable Prices.
Tho State Campaign.
J. A. Kdgerton, Chairman utate com
mittee; Frank I). Eager, secretary state
Oilice, Llndell Hotel, Lincoln, eh,
ipointiiicntH of Win. A. -McKeitfan.
. Kearney, Saturday, Oct. P.). -J'.eutrice,
Nebraska City, Thursday, Oct. 21.
Lincoln, Friday, Oct. 25.
Omaha, Saturday, Oct. 20.
Wahoo, Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Seward, Thursday, Oct. 31
IluKtinirB, Monday, Nov, 4.
Saturday, Oct. 1!, Dovey.
Davey, Saturday, Oct. lli. .
Xemalia I'recinet, Saturday, ( let. l'.i.
Mill Precinct, Saturday, Oct. 11).
Highland, school hoiiEe, Monday, Oct.
Walton, Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Hallom, Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Mill, Jordan, school-house, Wednes
day, Oct. 2H.
Kmtrald, Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Cheney, Thursday, Oct. 21.
Stockton, school-house, Thursday,
Lincoln, Friday, Oct. 25.
University Tlace, Saturday, Oct. 20.
County meetings are well attended
and the earnest educational adJresses
of our peakers are well received by all.
We predict the largest vote for the peo
ple's ticket ever given in this county.
'Jo Frank II. Kaylor, Mrs. Frank II.
Kavlor ar;d J. J. llubhell.
Von, and each of you, are hereby noti
fied that on the Kith day of September
lS'.ll, John E Miller and It. L. Paine,
partners, as Miller & 1'aiue, dledd their
petition in the (list net court, or ljancas
ter county, state of Nebraska, against
you impleaded with William S. Misner
and Martha Misner, the object and
prayer f which are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by William
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Hubbell and assigned to plaintiff, said
III"! IKilKI U 1'1'lllK 111b lllll-r 10
block .No. live, 111 Crystul Springs addi
tion t the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
county, Nebraska, to secure the pay
ment of a certain promissory tiotedated
I M ember 23rd, 1V.U, f..r the sum of
.i.!SIM iiust due and tiuvabte ttrior to
the eoiiiiiieiiceiiient of this action, j
There 14 iiuw due upon said note the '
sum or 33S.U and interest from April!
1st, s'.i;j. at the rate of ten per cent per
annum, bir n hu h mhii plaint 1 lit pr ty .r
a decree, anil that waul n ul cstiite be
atdd t xutm!; Die MIIIIC,
Yn aie reipi.r H t annwer siid ti
tfiii on or lelore Nov, IMh, 'X.
I Kited this l-t day of Ortobt r Iv.Ci
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ATCHISON. St. JOSEPH.
KANSAS CITY and St, L0CI8,
And All rolnts East.
Choice of Two Routes
From KANSAS CITY to
LITTLE ROCK and HOT fiPRINOI
nd All Points' in
LOUISIANA, and TEXAS.
3 TRAINS DAILY S
letween KANSAS CiTY nd 8t. LOCIS
tfRKnificent Passenger Equipment, f
Elegant Day Couches,
Reclining Chair Cars. Seats Fret'
Pullman BuSet Sleeping Cars. ' '
H. C. T0WS8ENB.
Gen. Passenger & Ticket Agt.
St. Louis, 11
Try "DEAD SHOT"
For 15ei( Hugf,
For Iloachei', Fleas, Ants,
Moths anil All Vermin.
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Physician and Surgeon.
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