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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
June 25, 189b.
(Continued from first page.)
wise a motion instructing tbe treasurer
to purchase $35,000 Boyd county bonds
adopted April 13, 1890, does not insure
the early employment of that arnouHt of
the state's idle school fund, As far as I
am informed, no further steps have been
taken in the matter.
ACTION 18 WHAT IS WANTED.
What is desired is the present invest
ment of this fund and not contracts to
invest it at some remote or uncertain
period in the future. Such agreements
to purchase do not insure the invest
ment of this idle fund, for the large sums
are constantly being paid in which may
be employed to meet these coutructs,
leaving the present enormous fund un
disturbed. It is no defense to say that more of
this fund has been invested, if such is the
tbe case, than ever heretofore during the
same period, for the reason that it is in
cumbent on the board to keep this entire
fund invested at all times. Neglect to do
bo is a failure to comply with the law.
It is a matter of no consequence to me
which member of the board may be in
strumental in securing the investment of
any part of the1 fund. I consider it my
duty to exert every effort to secure the
investment of this fund, as provided by
few, and I shall not discontinue my ef
forts until the state is realizing interest
on every dollar of these funds.
In conclusion, let me eay that, Hot
withstanding all that has been said or
may be said, the fact yet remainsin the
figures of the treasurer, that on the20th
day of Juno, the year of grace 185)0,
there is in the state treasury fSO'10.007.
93 of these trust funds lying idle and un
invested upon which the state is realiz
ing not one cent, and her school children
are thus deprived of handsome revenue
which in all good conscience should be
honestly invested at the best rates ob
tainable for their benefit.
Silas A. Holcomb,
At the open meeting of Federal Union
C332 Friday at 8 p. m. at 1114 0 street
a prominent republican speaker will do
liver the opening" speech, having three
fourths of an hour, and an hour will be
given to those of other parties present
for criticism, then the speaker has fifteen
minutes to clone.
Everybody, ladies as well as gentle
Keport from the Workers.
The following clubs were received this
week: ' '
J. S. llattan, Stuart, 2.
J. D. Lamp, Inland, 4.
C. C Cowell, Elmwood, 2.
A. Bellinger, Bethany, Mo., 2.
Otto Mutz, Springview, 3.
Frank Ilobbara, Iruington, 44.
Albert beiiman, Bruning, 4. J
L. W. Eaton, Arapahoe, 4.
B. F. Lepper, Funk, 7.
No Men Wanted.
Elmwood, Neb., June 22, 1890.
" Editor Independent: Please counter
mand my advertisement of June 8, 1890
and say farm hands are plenty in Gos
per county, Nebraska.
Note result of advertising in the Independent.
We have for sale at one cent per copy,
Senator Teller's speech made in the U. S.
senate April 29, 1890, on Revenue not
the remedy," Only the free coinage of
silver can restore the par of exchange
and bring prosperity." Send for a few
Fellow members and guewts, we are
hre todav to celebrate our 2otn anni
versary. On the lOtth of June 1871
eighteen German farmers, of Douglas,
Sarpy and Washiugtou counties held
their first regular meeting at the resi
dence of John Maack.of Douglas county.
They adopted a constitution and
elected officers for a Mutual Fire Insur
ance Corn pany.
Henry Eicke was elected president and
it was him that worked hard to start the
Mutual confidence and honesty of the
offbers from the beginning of the com
pany until now has made what it is to
day. Today there are forty four such Mut
uals in the state of Nebraska.
The old line companies are getting un
easy about it as they can't draw our
money any more as premium out of the
state to the east
They have tried hard in past sesMiotis
of the legislature to change the Mutual
insurance law in the way that we would
be unable to exist any longer (as a com
pany.) They will try it again next win
ter if we don't send the right man to the
legislature. I hope that our company
may live in peace and harmony for a
long time to come. Gentlemen what is
your further pleasure.
MinuteB of last annual meeting read
and approved. Treasurer's report read
nnd found correct. Expense for the year
$231.25 including loss of $ 10.00 balauce
on hand $8,403.38
The following directors were elected
viz. Henry Deuker, C'laus Seivers, Henry
Eicke, Carlton Ronwer, George Plum
back, Henry Uaaheaud H. C. Glissmann.
No assessment last year or this.
Next annual meeting at Elkhorn sec
ond Saturday in June 1897.
C. H. DeNKER, Sec.
After the meeting all enjoyed them
selves as Germans can when they go after
fun. They drank beer and danced until
Sunday. Long may the German Mutual
REPORT OF NEMAHA COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE
AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE CO.
Organized Julv 13, 1894. At risk Jan
uary 1, 1890, .f7,092.00. Increase in
four months, $34,818. Losses during
four months, none. No. policies issued to
May 1, 1890, 92. Total cost from July
13, 1894 to May 1, 1890, $350.21 or
$3.43 per $1000.
Annual meeting at Auburn first Satur
day in January. Delos Hughes, Presi
dent, O. P.Dovel, secretary, Auburn.
Many are still asking about hail insur
ance. We are sending out supplies and
still the applications come in.
Our cyclone assessment is nearly half
paid. I tell you it makes the officers
feel good to know how the members are
loyal to their promises if every member
should pay inside of thirty days there
would be no use of an old line company
Bending their road agents into the field.
Ih a recent discussion of the supreme
court it was held that the word "cash"
in section 8, chapter 33, loans of 1891
means "current money" only. Hence no
company is authorized to take notes.
This decision will not effect either of our
companies, as we have never taken any
notes. But it does effect at least one
Horace Hill of Superior has a badly
wwollen hand. About a week ago a
Rooster flew at him and Imbedded one
4i Its spurs in his third linger, and the
Wound is slow in healing.
: Marion Vincent and Sherman Le
master of Valley county recently had a
battle at close range, and Vincent now
mourns the loss of one ear. Lemaster
btt It off.
Miss Clara Baker of North Platte
walked down town the other day for
the first time within a year. A lumbar
aboess was the cause of her protracted
illness. " ' '
A young man named Mike Mugan of
Eustis left home very suddenly to
avoid having to marry a young lady
who loved him more than he desired.
Notice has been served on the boys
In the Union Pacific shops at Grand
Island that no work will be done on
Fridays until further notice.
Oregon Election Returns
The official returns as made out by
the republican county clerks in Oregon
are as follows:
Tongue, (rep.) 19,350
Vanderberg (pop.) 19,282
Myers (dem.) 8,105
Christensen (kicker pop.) 1,385
Ellis (rep.).". 12,583
Quin (pop) 12,389
Northup (gold rep.) 8,800
Burnett (dem.) 7,255
McKercher (pro.) 704
What effective work the kickers can do
to enslave the people is fully illustrated
in the above figures.
Section 17 of same statute provides
that mutual insurance companies must
make a report in January of each year
to the auditor. Last January over forty
companies complied and all but one re
ceived their certificate of authority from
Auditor Moore. He withheld the cer
tificates from the Farmers Mutual In
surance company of Nebraska for the
reason that he considered that they
were not doing business in accordance
with the letter of the law.
The company brought an action in
supreme court to compel the auditor to
issue them a certificate. They were ac
cepting notes as payment for member
ship fees on which the court held as
above and further that the auditor is
not confined to the report of the com
pany and that the writ must be denied.
The company will now have to either
collect the cash on the notes now in their
possession or return them to the maker
and cancel the insurance.
The auditor's construction is that the
man who insures in auy mutual com
pany must pay the fees for the same in
cash at the time he signs the application.
In our cyclone assessment we havo
paid one half of the losses. Just think
of it. In twelve days from time assess
ment was sent out, one-half the amount
is paid in and paid to those who need it.
We hope all members will respond man
fully and thus put the lie to the road
agents of old line companies who are
telling that our company is "bushed."
Only three members have cancelled. We
have added one hundred and five mem
bers since the storm. Thus it will be
seen that we are not going to pieces ex
cept as all good members would like to
have us go.
We want agents m every community
Fire department is coming to the
front and will soon be in the field to do
valiant work where there is no local
turn while driving down the bill just
east of that town tbe harness broke and
the horse took fright and at once be
came unmanageable. Mrs. Caldwell wus
thrown out of the buggy and received
injuries from which she died in a short
time. A little girl who was with her at
the time was not hurt.
The central committee of the people's
party of the fifth congressional district,
will meet at Holdrege today for the pur
pose of naming the time and place for
holding the congressional convention.
Hastings will bid for it.
A Mr. Boyd of Roseland township says
he will have about three hundred bush
els of peaches this year.
Nearly one inch of rain fell here Sun
day morning between the hours of 7
and 10 o'clock.
Professor Jonesarrived in the city yes
terday looking hale and hearty. The
professor will remain a few days visit
We were visited yesterday by another
good rain and it can now be said that
small grain inthis county is assured and
will make the farmers all feel like sing
ing, "there's no place like a hornet in
Adams county, Nebraska.
The republican county convention met
at the court house in this city on the
13th ihst for the purpose of selecting
delegates to state and representative
conventions, The convention was a
very tame affair and was distressingly
silent along the lines of the platform
and candidates of the. St. Louis conven
tion. From anything they said or did
you could not have told that the party
show at St. Louis had ever taken place.
From a party who has visited a num
ber of the counties in the 5th congres
sional. district we gather a few facts con
cerning the probable condition of the
people s independent party. Several of
the counties have favorite sons which
they would be pleased to honor with the
nomination for that exalted and honor
able position. Among the counties hav-
ng favorite sons, are Kearney, I'nelps,
Cluv and Gosper, so far as heard from.
But upon close inquiry the fact devel
opes that all eyes are turned towards
Adams county. She is expected to fur
nish the candidate for the reform ele
ments in the district. The universal and
commonly expressed opinion is that the
free coinage advocates of all parties
must get together this year if success
shall crown our efforts aud the belief is
firmly expressed that the man who can
unite all the reform forces, is Professor
Wm. A. Jones of Adams county. We de
sire to state that the people in Adams
county, regardless of party, take a great
pride in recommending Trotessor Jones
to the voters of this district as a man in
everyway qualinea lor tne nign nonor
of representing them in the councils 01
the nation, and we are confident that
with Professor Jones as our candidate
this year, victory is almost a foregone
conclusion. He has all the qualities of
head and heart which makes him pecu
liarly the man for the place. He is broad,
liberal and patriotic, truly an American
in his make up and if elected to congress
will not be registered as nothing for the
issue of bonds for the Belmonts and the
Rothschilds, but on the contrary will be
found fighting the battle of the people
against all kinds of encroachments that
tend to the servility of the American peo
ple. With Jones as our candidate, the
present incumbent will be out 01 a 10D on
the fourth of next March.
Mrs. J. M. D.
Hard Time in Illinois.
Monmouth, Illinois, June 27, 1890.
Ed. Independent: Please find en
closed stamps for your paper for three
months. Tb silver men are getting
thicker than the hair on a dog's back
since the bolt at St. Louis. I think it is
the best thing that ever happened for
the pops. One of our bankers made tbe
remark a few days ago that when this
government would not pay them their
interest on their bonds in gold they
would leave the country with their
money inside of sixty days. ,
I hope the day will come when the is
suing of money is taken out of the hands
of the' banks and put in tbe hands of our
government. I have not made $300 in
the last two years. I never saw the
times so bard. I know some good,
strong men going from farm to farm of
fering to work for their board and could
not get that. What a shame it is for the
richest nation on the green earth to be
in that fix by the hands of the John
Sherman's. J. F. Carrell.
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Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
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In the District Court of LaneaBter County,
Egbert Starr trustee, plaintiff.
Louis Snyder, James McMurtry,
Amanda E. McMurtry, Silas H. Burn
ham, Burnham his wife, first
and real name unknown, Silas H. Burn
ham trustee, connty of Lancaster, city
of Lincoln, John Bartow, William Koif-
ner, jonn samicic, omiut, 111s
wife, first and real name unknown, Isaac
W. Brown, Celina B. Blake, William
Swisher, Samuel McClay, administrator
deceased, State JNational bank a
The mind, wearied with the day's
heat and toil, refreshes the
appetite wi jh gtannch
home cooking at the
ANNEX. Ever mindful of
the hungry man and woman, careful
attention is accorded the eater at
133 South 12th St.
t Conducted by J.
T. M. Swigart. Correspondence
TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVER8ARY OF TBE GER
MAN FARMER'S MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY OF DOUGLAS CO.
Called to order at 10 o'clock Satur
day June 13, 1890. President Claus
Seivers in the chair. Tbe routine busi
ness of the board of directors such as
looking over accounts of the secretary
and treasurer was done in a satisfactory
manner to all concerned. Adjourned.
At 2 o'clock the president called the
mumbers and read the following message.
Hastings, Neb., June 22, 1890.
One day last week a farmer living in
Blaine township, this county, shipped
over the B. & M. seven cars of fat cattlo
averaging over 1,400 pounds per head.
The Adams county Normal school
opened today in the high school building
with the usual attendance.
Adams county farmers say they will
realize more fruit this year than on any
The medal awarded by the judges at
t,h Columbian exposition to the Hast
ings. Nebraska school has at last ar
rived. The merits of the awarded were:
flrat. for careful harmony, neat arrange
tnpnt accuracy, power of analysis and
cood work in all grades. Second, for
mnrlrpd attainments of pupils in draw
ing, penmanship and language. This is
a higu compliment to our Hastings
schools and one we may all feel justly
nrniirl of. "
A terrible wind and dust storm visited
this locality last Tuesday evening at
nhout 8 o'clock and for a few moments
nrpftted considerable excitement, but it
soon passed over and no serious dam
mm was done.
The city school census shows over 2,
H00 children of school age.
Mrs. W. F. Coraley and little daughter
left for Salt Lake City, Utah on a visi
anions friends. .
Mrs. C. C. Caldwell of rrosser was Killed
by a runaway horse at Ayr last Satur
day. Mrs. Caldwell had been to the W,
C. T. L'. meeting at Ayr and on her re
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FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.,
v 1102 FarnamSt. Omaha. Neb.
corporation, Jeremiah J. Heeley, Ballou
State bank Co., corporation, J. Reed,
first and real name unknown, Columbia
Nutional bank, n corporation, Jacob K.
King, John Warner.First National bank
of Jersey ville, III., First National bank
of Batavia, 111., Henry & Coatsworth,
Co., a corporation, George B. Bradfleld,
Joseph Gundrey, Lincoln Coal Co., a cor
poration, F. E. Foltz, first name un
known, Lewis C. Corton, Patrick Griffin,
E. T. Barrows & Co., a corporation,
Cedar Rapids National bank, First Na
tional bank, Lincoln, Nebraska, a cor
poration, Carpenter Taper Co., a cor
poration, American Exchange National
bank, John A. Brown, National bank
Barnesville. Security Investment Co., a
corporation, C. M. Parker, Brotherhood
wine Uo.,acorporation, Harries u. uoou
win, Seth C. Wilson, Martin Radford,
Jane D. Dondall. C. L. Burr, James N.
Hord, Newport Savings bank, a corpor
ation, Lucy Willworth, Chas. W. Oakes,
Concordia Loan & Trust Co., a corpora
tion, Thomas S. Chambers, Lare J.
Brainard, Mary J. Hunter, May Broth
ers, a partnersnip.
The defendants, Louis Snyder, John
Smidt, Smidt his wife, John Bar
tow, Isaac B. Brown, Jeretnia J. Heeley,
Ballou State Banking Company a cor
poration, J. Reed. Jacob K. King, First
National Bank tfarnesvnie, uuio a cor
poration, First (National Bank 01 uata
via. Illinois a corporation, First Na
tional bank of Jerseyville, Illinois, Henry
& Coatsworth Company a corporation,
Lewis C. Gorton, Patrick Griffin, E. T.
Burrows & Company a corporation,
Caroentar Paper Company a corpora
tion, Brothernooa wine company a
corooration. Seth C. Wilson, Jane U.
Dowdall, James M. Huid, Newport Say-
inns Bank a corporation, uncoraia
Loan & Trust Company a corporation,
Thoa S. Chambers, May Brothers a
partnership, will take notice that on the
10th day of April, 18'Jb, Egbert btarr,
trustee, the pluintiff, filed his petition in
the district court of .Lancaster county,
Nebraska, against Louis Snyder. James
McMurtrv. Amanda E. McMurtry, fellas
H. Burnham. Burnham his
wife, first name unknown, Silas H.
Burnham. trustee, county 01 i,ancasier,
citv of Lincoln, John Bartow, William
Koifuor. John Smidt. simac
- his wife, first and real name unknown,
Isaac W. Brown, Celina M. Blake, Wil
liam Swishfer. Samuel McClay, adminis
trator of diseased, State Na
tional Bank a corporation, Jeremiah II.
Heeley, Ballou State Bank Company
a corporation, J. Reed First and real
name unknown, Columbia National
Bank a. corporation, Jacob K. King,
John Warner. First National Bank of
Jerseyville, III., First Nat'l Bank of Bata-
via, III., Henry & Coatsworth Company
a corporation, George B. Bradfleld,
.ToseDh Gundrey. Lincoln Coal
Co. a corooration. F. E. Foltz
first name unknown, Louis C. Gorton,
Patrick Griffiu. B. T. Burrows & Co. a
cornoration. Cedar Rapids National
Bank. First National Bank. Lincoln,
Nebraska a' corporation, Carpenter Pa-
nerCo. a corporation, American ux
change Natioual Bank, John A. Brown,
National Bank of Barnesville, Security
Trust Co. a corporation, t. M. Park
er, Brotherhood Wine Co. a corpora
tion. Harriet B. Goodwin, beth C. Wil
son, Martin Radford, Jane D. Dondall,
James M. Hard. Neport Savings Bank-
a corporation, Lucy lilworth, Charles
W . Oakes. Concordia Loan x i rust in
corporation, Thomas S. Chambers,
Kate J. Brainard. Mary J. Hunter,
May Brothers a partnership, the
object and prayer of which is to fore
close a certain mortgage executed to
James L. Lombard by defendant Louis
Snyder, said mortgage and note was sold
and assigned to the plaintm tor a valu
able consideration, who is now the own
er thereof, unon lot No. 10, block No. 4,
in McMurtry's addition to tne city 01
Lincoln. Lancaster county, Nebraska, in
which real estate the other aeienaants
herein nauied claim some interest by vir
tue of iudirment liens, to secure the pay-
ment of one promissory note, oaten No
vember 12. 1887. for the sum uf S800,
and due and payable on the first day of
November 1892: that there is now due
and unpaid on said note and mortgage
the sum of S SOU.UU, wnicn togerner wnn
interest at the rate of 10 per cent, per
ftnnnni from the first day of November
1895, the plaintiff prays for a decree of
foreclosure, ana saie 01 saiu preuiineo.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 3d day ol August icwo,
Dated June 25th 1896.
Egbert Stark, trustee,
By Wm. 0. Clark and
C. L. Talmage,
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FOR THIS WEEK.
Great Sale on
Ladies' Shirt Waists
15 dozen to be closed out in the
next 10 days, formerly 50c,
75c and $1, noto
38c, 57c, 69c.
CLOSING OUT rRICES FOR
I2 pieces Challies this week, per
12 pieces Scotch Lawns, regu
lar selling price 5c, this week
15 pieces Ardmore Dimity's,
formerly sold at 7c, this week
Our I5 and 18c Organdies and
Novelty dress goods, this
week, per yard
Mason's Fruit Jars.
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Misses' Oxfords, 11 to 2, at
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