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July 2, 1896.
For the N. E. A. Meeting
at Buffalo, N. Y. July 7th to 11th, it will
be Of interest to teachers and their
friends to know that arrangements have
been successfully accomplished by the
Nickel Plate Road providing for the sale
of excursion tickets at $12.00 for tb
round trip with f 2.00 added for member
ship fee. Tickets will be on sale July 5th
and 6th and liberal return limits will be
granted. For further information as to
stop oyers, routes, time of trains, etc..
address J. 1. Uaianan, uen 1 Agent xxi
Adams St., Chicago, III.
Bast Tlma 1 by
tEsstSarYlea - KORTH-WESTEM
Bast Rata J line.
117 So. 10th St., - LINCOLN, NEB.
The method pursued by the Nickel
Plate Koad by which its agents figure
rates as low as the lowest, seems to
meet the requirements of the traveling
public. No one should think of purchasing
a ticket to Buffalo N. E. A. Convention
during July, until they first inquire what
the rate is over the Nickel Plate road.
For particulars write J. Y. Calahan,
Gen'l Agent, 111 Adams St., Chicago,
Ills. . 4 .
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sale at la cents per covj.
City ticket office Elkhorn-Northweateni
line, 117 So. 10th St.
NO USE FOK MONEY.
Down in Arkansas a farmer went into
a bank and he and the cashier, who was
a gold bug, got into a discussion on the
money question. "Why," said the bank-
. . . a. a 1 3
er. "the business 01 tne woria is aone uu
checks and drafts. Now, lor instance,
vou pay a debt with a check; the man
you give it to may turn it over to some
one be owes, ana tnai ciiecu wui pruuuu
ly pay a dozen debts and not a dollar in
money will change hands; so, you see.
tne lact 01 me Dusinetw is uiuii iuuupj 10
Rt nil. tut checks and drafts
really do the business of the world."
"Well," Baid the larmer, "i am giao.
that money is no longer needed in doing
business. I have a thousand dollars on
deposit in this bank. 1 win just araw
v... mnnoir nn rf tho hnnlr na it is not
mat uiun j vmw w. -- ,
needed, and go on issuing checks, just as
l nave Deen.
nh nn " miiMrlv Tp.ln.imed the bank
er. "Of course you understand that
principle aon t appiy in your uaoo.
Schoenheit's Campainn Stories.
To the members of the peoples it de
pendent party of Lancaster county: I
whv announce mvself as a candidate
for nomination on the state ticket of the
peoples independent party for the office
of commissioner of public lands and
buildings. This announcement is sub
ject to the approval of the party in Lan
caster county, without which support I
would not be a candidate for nomina
tion. I respectfully solicit your support
of my candidacy and your indorsement
at our county convention.
O. E. Goodell.
nr- n - nnnM Ttnliikra Rawan? for ATI Y
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Catarrh Care. . .
- We, the undersigned, have known F.J.Cheney
lor the last 15 years and bellere him perfectly
kA....kl.'l. all hnain..i t r a n 11 ti-1 1 n n N And finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made
by tneir nrm. , a
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Walding, Rinnan MarTln, Wholesale Drug
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Ball's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly on the blood ahd mucous surface! of the
system, rrlce, 7tc per Dome, buiu uy " urug'
gists. Testimonials free. '
A Kicker's Wisdom.
A correspondent of the Nonconformist
recommends that the next convention
abolish the national committee entirely.
We most heartily second the motion.
The latter part of the above article is
too filthy to be printea in a lamny paper,
It Can't be Done.
One thing is certain and that is that
there will be no delivering over of popu
lists at Sc. Louis. The nominee, who
ever he may be, will be the choice of the
delegates elected by the nopulists of the
country to carry out their wishes.
Whic h Is the Bifrgest?
Mark Hanna was elected chairman of
the republican national committee and
empowered to appoint the nine members
of the campaign committee. If there is
a bigger man than Hanna in the repub
lican party Toaay ois name is iiuuih
childs. Industrial Leader.
Teller the Right Man.
Mr. Teller is now without a party, but
in its stead he enjoys the admiration of
every lover of reform, equal rights and
equality before the law. The reform
forces will do trie rignt tmng 10 mane
him their standard bearer for the presi
dency. Free Press.
Tho "tfnwnrr.h lpntrnprn are trnintr to
hold a Fourth of July celebration all by
themselves at unner university, tnree
miloa nat nf Lincoln, whprp thfiv will nit
the preachers against the church mem
bers in a game of bn&e ball. Hon. G.
W. Bergeand A. j. Woltenoanrer will oe
the orators of the occasion. Everybody
We Won't do it.
The people's party cannot, and will not
lie down inside of either a republican or a
democratic lion, but it will gladly unite
and act with either republicans or demo
crats outside of the old caracssses. Pro
We Must Cnite.
Silver men should elect bimetallists to
congress in November, irrespective of the
party they belong to. Let us get over
this party servility and have the moral
courage to vote for our convictions.
Checks no Good.
"Dem papers no good rudder hab
silber" Nigger delegates at Mark Hen
na's private office refusing bank checks
in "settlement." Industrial Leader.
The Rock Island, in connection with
the Wabash Ry., is the route selected by
delegates and their friends attending
the peonies party convention at St.
Louis July 22d.
Just Hear Him!
The platform does not advocate ex
perimenting; it holds to the gold stan
dard because we have experienced the
greatest prosperity under it. Blair
Teller Can be Elected.
Senator Teller has proved himself to
be an h onest and courageous reformer and
can be elected president over McKinley.
Mr. G. II. Gibson, former editor of this
paper, is quite eink with typhoid fever at
his residence, 2(539 Randolph street.
Dr. Rhodes is attending hinl.
At federation hall, 1114 0 street, Fri
day evening, Mr. Ilawley will speak on
the subject "Greenbacks." Everybody
There are nineteen straight-out popu
lists in the Louisiana legislature.
Coining to Us.
Ten prohibitionists in one township
near Lyndon, Kan., have announced
themselves as populists since the split in
their national convention.
The English to Help.
It is autboratively reported that Pier-
pont Morgan, conspicuous in the late
bond deals, has recently been to Europe
to secure funds to carry on a political
campaign in America For the gold
power of course.
The peoples party of Eureka Springs,
Ark., passed resolutions last week en
dorsing the action of Senator Teller in
bolting the republican party and pledg
ing their support in case ol his nomina
tion by our party at St. Louis.
Mayor Plngree at the Head.
Delegates from Michigan to the free
silver convention at St. Louis will be
chosen by mass convention at Lansing.
The purpose of the convention is also
announced to be the completion of the
organization of a free silver party in
Michigan. It is expected that when the
right time comes Mayor Pingree will be
found at the head of the new party.
Where the Gold Bugs Live.
In the republican convention all the
east went solid for gold and Deleware,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South
Carolina, Texas and West Virginia from
the south, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska,
North Dakota, Oregon and Wisconsin
from the northwest; Indiana and Ohio
from the central states, with only one
vote each against it from Illinois and
Oar Messengers Wanderings.
Kim oal, June 12, 1896,
Special to the Independent: Kimball,
the county seat of Kimball county, was
reacbeed in my regular round on the
afternoon of the 10th inst. This county
is at the present time politically in the
hands of the pops and is inii very good
condition financially, and with a few
years of economic management such as
the present board of commissioners are
exercising the county will be in a very
prosperous condition so far as her finan
ces are concerned. A large number of
her oeople have learned the very valu
uable lesson that cattle, horse and sheep
farming is the one thing which can be
done successfully and with profit in this
Dart of the state. We met and became
acquainted with most of the county of
ficers of this county and quite a number
of her farmers and business men and can
say in this connection that their treat
ment of me was cordial, courteous ana
Having finished my work at Kimball.
I left for Harrisburg, the county seat of
Banner county in company with a Mr,
A. S. Alexander of that county who, by
the way. is one of the best posted men
along the lines of reform that I met
while in the west. He is fully conversant
with all the questions which . are now
agitating the public and is a firm be
liever in the maxim of the survival of the
fittest, he is an original and life long re
former and hopes to live to see the day
dawn of the realization of his fondest
hope in the restoration of the great
American idea of patriotic devotion to
the best interests ot our republic.
Reaching Harrisburg on the morning
of the 12t inst we found a little city
nestling at the foot of the high lands in
a sort of valley. This place is the county
seat of Banner county as above stated
and centrally located and like most of
the towns in this section of the state, is
at a stand still. We visited the court
house aud met most of the county of
ficers and can say for them generally
that they appear to be very clever gen
tlemen, and while the county financially,
is not in a first. class condition which is
largely due to the fact of the crop fail
ure of the past three years, yet the peo
ple have hopes for the future. "Hope is
the buoy which stimulates the human
mind to action in the face of almost in
To the north of Harrisburg about
eight miles can be seen the heavy and
rugged tops of the Wild Cat mountains
towering skyward to an altitude of 700
to 800 feet above the surrounding val
ley with their sides and tops covered
with a growth of pine and fir trees.
On our journey to the north on our
way to Gering, the county seat of Scotts
Blnffs county, we pass to the east of the
Wild Cat mountains at the east end of
which lies the valley of Ashford consist
ing of a few scattered houses. Thin place
is on the Pumpkin Seed creek, the water
of which is, utilized for irrigation pur
poses etc. A short distance from Ash
ford we begin the assent of what is
known in this section of the state as the
divide mountains which cover a distance
of at least eight miles and are in many
respects very attractive to the traveler.
These mountains are covered with a
growth of pine and fir trees, and occa
sionally a few cottonwood, maple and
boxelder are found. They also furnish
good grazing for cattla and horses.
Coming to the north side of these moun
tains and at the highest point over
which the road lay, we got a glimpse of
Gering about eight miles in the distance.
In thecourse of time and after a very cir
cuituous route we reached the valley on
the north of the mountains, at a dis
tance of five miles south from Gering.
This place is situated on the south side
of the North Platte at a distance of one
and one-half miles and at the east end of
which is known as Scotts Bluffs. This
blufforrange of bluffs rise to a distance
of 750 feet above the Platte river and
are grand to behold. Dome rock, one of
its most important foatures rises some
what higher than its neighbors and has
a great striking resemblance to a dome
on some public building, very similar to
the dome on the cnpitol at Washington.
Gering is the only county seat town in
the western part of the state which is
doing anything in the way of building,
however she has advantages over her
neighbors notwithstanding tho fact that
she is nearly sixty miles from railroad.
She has a rich valley in places ten to
twelve miles wide which is watered by a
system of ditches the completion of
which will cause her wide acres to yield a
rich aud abundant harvest, and with a
railroad this valley will realize her most
extravagant hopes and her future pros
perity will be Jassured. Gering is well
built and her businessmen are doing a
profitable business and her citizens are
prosperous and happy.
J. M. p.
Words of Greeting.
The following telegram was duly trans
Silver Crfek, Neb., June 18, '96.
Hon. Henry M. Teller. Convention Hall.
St Louis, Mo.: Fifty-three republicans
of this township are with you.
Gone to Her Long Home.
Apelousas, La., June 22, 1896.
Editor Independent: I an en route
with my two motherless daughters from
Apelousas, La., to Braidentown, Fla.,
ray new home and field of labor. From
that place I was recalled by telegram on
June 4th, but arrived too late. My wife,
well known to very many citizens of Ne
braska and Kansas, died on that day in
the 55thyear of her age. She will be re
membered by many for her earnest and
faithful Christian service and for her con
stant faith aud love toward God, and
ucwoaned efforts for others in numerous
home mission fields. Her children rise
up and call her blessed. She left behind
to mourn her death with her husband
the following children: George A. Griffes,
editor and Publisher of the Grant Coun
ty News, Pond Creek, Okla.; Rev. James
L. Griffes, pastor Presbyterian church,
Marshall, HI.; A. Arthur Griffes, former
editor of the Guide-Times, Superior, Neb.,
and Public Journal, Hastings, Neb., now
a student of theology at Maryville,
Tenn.; Philena E. and Ethel C E. Griffes,
who, with their father, return to Florida.
J as. A Griffes.
INTENSE SUFFERING , FOB TEABS
The Remarkable Testimony of a Husband
and Wife to the Virtues of Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale
From the Ware, Odell, Nebraska,
A reporter of the Wave, having heard
of the great faitn Mr. and Mrs. I. U.
Brace of Odell, Nebraska, have in the
curative qualities of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People, determined to see
the parties in person and ascertain the
truth of the reports.
With that purpose in view a drive was
taken to their fine farm a few miles west
of town, where Mrs. Brace was found
busily engaged in assisting her husband
make wire fence. No doubt noticing our
surprise, she apologized, saying, that the
children were old euouirn to be ot mucn
help with the house work, and she thus
bad time to assist her nusbanrl, wblcn
not only gave her pleasure, but at the
same time saved the wages that would
otherwise go to pay hired help.
"But is it possible that you have re
covered so as to do work requiring the
constant use of your arms, without suf
fering?" asked the reporter.
This question elicited the following
wonderful story: "I do not wonder that
you are surprised, said Mrs. Brace, "for,
as everyone in this vicinity knows, for
several years 1 was nearly crippled, and
suffered constantly from rheumatism
When I first felt the attack I got medi
cine from a local physician, but instead
of getting better I grew worse until I suf
fered intense agony, which no one who
has not had the dread disease can under
stand. In hopes of relief, leading physi
cians in other towns were consulted, and
they all agreed in pronouncing it a se
vere case of muscular rheumatism, and,
as their prescriptions were taken month
after month without beneficial results,
they ceased to give encouragement and
said that I was gradually becoming par
alyzed. "I had by that time become so crippled
that I had to give up all work, and the
only way I could carry my right arm
was in an upright position. Any at
tempt to lower it caused excruciating
pain. Constant suffering caused general
debility, and life seemed too great a bur
den to bear. It is said a drowning man
will catch at a straw, and so ft was in
my case as I read a testimonial in a
newspaper I happened to pick up, of a
case similar to mine which had been
cured by Pink Pills for Pale People and
I determined to give them a trial.
"I admit my faith was weak, for I had
always been prejudiced against so-called
patent medicines, but by the time I bad
taken three boxes the relief was so appar
rent that 1 determined to continue their
use. In a few weeks my general health
improved, and I could move my arm
without difficulty, and by the time ten
boxes had beer used I felt better than I
had for years, and I can now say that I
am cured. I always keep the pills in the
house and take a box of them every
spring as a blood purifier and at any
t;n.s that I take cold and fear a return
of my old trouble."
Continuing, Mrs. Brace said: "I give
all the credit of my recovery to Dr. Wil
liams' Piuk Pills for Pale People, and
both my husband and I shall always be
ready to speak in their praise. We tell
our neighbors on every occasion of their
virtues and if you think this of sufficient
interest we will be glad to nave this tes
timonial made public, hoping it may be
of benefit to those who otherwise would
be lifelong sufferers."
To confirm her story beyond doubt,
Mrs. Brace made the following affidavit:
State of Nebraska, ) S8
County of Gage, )
Mrs. I. 0. Brace, being duly sworn on
her oath, saith that the foregoing state
ment is just and true.
(Signed) Mrs. I. 0. Brace.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, F.
R. Joy, a notary public, on the 28th day
of March, 1896. F. R. Jov,
seal. Notary Public.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain in a
condensed form all the elements neces
sary to give new life and richness to the
blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are an unfailing specific for such
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neu
ralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache,
the after effect of la grippe, palpitation
of the heart, pale and sallow complex
ions, all forms of weakness either in male
or female. Pink Pills are sold by all
dealers, or will be sent post paid on re
ceipt of price, (50 cents a box or six box
es for f 2 50 they are never sold in bulk
or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Wil
liam's Medicine Company, Schenectady,
Cheap Rates to St. Paul and Return-
The Northwestern is now selling tick
ets at reduced round trip rates to St.
Paul, Minneapolis and numerous resorts
in Minneapolis and Wisconsin. This is
the short hue. City office 117 So., 10th
. Wanted An Agent
in every section, to canvass, $4.00 to
15.00 a day made, sells at sight; also a
man to sell staple goods to dealers, beat
ids line,75.00 a month. Salary or large
commission made, experience unneces
sary. For sealed particulars send stamp.
Clifton Soap & Manufacturing Company,
Cincinnati, Ohio. Mention Nebraska
The Summer Sbhool of 1896
Lincoln Normal University
Open June lOth.
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our Summer SohooL
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8. Methods of Teaching.
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8. College Preparatory Studies.
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11. Latin, Greek, German, French.
12. Methods of Teaching and Princi
ples of Education.
More Than Four Hundred Teachers
Enrolled during thesummer term of 1895.
It will thus be seen that this school is
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L. STARK. Attorney-at-Lnw, Aurora. M
L0NO MATHEW, Attooueye-at-Law, Loop
rv- H. B. LOWRT, UT Horth ilth Street, Un
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land. Neb. Offloc oyer First Nafl Bank.
B. J. U. LUCAS, Dentist, Brae Block, Lin
I 8HAMP IMPLEMENT CO.. Bohanan Block,
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Machines shipped to all parte ot the state.
I T. M. 8WIOART. Mutual Fir and Cyclone
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HEN In Lincoln, Populists should stop at the
Adnaell Hotel, it is ropnuss neaaqaarora.
WM. LEESE, Lawyer, 21 Sooth Eleventh
St reet, Lincoln, Neb,, Will personally attend
to all bneiness with care and promptness.
BEHDROW A THOMSON, Attorneys and coun-selors-at-lsw.
Room 4, over Cent Neb. Mat'l
OBERT WHEELER, Attorney-At-Law,
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Fifth District Business glvea prompt attention
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