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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
July 23, 189b.
Conducted by J. Y. M. Swlgsn. Corrnipouilenc
"It is now an established fact that tor
nado insurance is quite as essential as fire
insurance and had this fact bwn proper
ly understood More, the great Ions of
property at St. Louis and other points
would have beeu in some measure com
pensated. As it is, there is practically
no insurauce to cover the terrible loss.
The cost of carrying insurance iu the
Iowa Mutral is ho chtap that no sensi
ble man should think of carrying his
own risk. It has only assessed its mem
bers H per $1,000 insured in twelve
years, besides the cost of becoming a
member. This is a benevolent institu
tion ruu on the business principles so
that no one contributes more than his
just proportion: besides he bus the sat
isfaction of knowing that while he ha
contributed to help others he has paid
bis own insurance aud will receive aid
should he meet with a loss. The asso
ciation paid $70,000 in losses the past
four years just as promptly as any com
pany in Iowa. The secretaay, J. U. ller
rinian, DesMoines received one hundred
applications in one day. It will pay you
"Tornadoes are almost as probable as
fires and the duty of every practical man
Is to insure against them. They come
like a thief in the night and their power
baffles all human agencies. Fires cau be
controlled or averted, but the tornado,
never." Farmers Institute.
The people of Nebraska will do well to
profit by the above, aud write theeditor
of this coumu for rates in our Tornado
J. Y. M. Swig art Enclosed find receipt.
Have not repared the house as yet but
am now ready. All solid for liryan in
cluding many republicans. Yours,
J. Y. M. SwiaAitT I think I can attend
the meeting at Omaha during the state
I am a subscriber to the Nkbuaska Inde
pendent and I will do all I can to in
crease its circulation. And I use all my
effort to elect men to state olllces that
are in accord with the Mutal Insurance
Laws we will have to work forourrights
or bow down to the corporation of this
I think it is the duty of every member
of Mutual Insurance to use all their
efforts to do wujthe Gigantic Combination
that is trying to take away the peoples
rights of the state we trust work together
in this cauMe and we will be victorious
this fall. Yours for justice,
C W. Leach.
SILVERITES IN COUNCIL.
The White Metal Party' Convention
611mly Attended Newlitnil Speak.
St. Lorns, Ma, June 22. The dele
gates of the National Silver organiza
tion were slow in assembling In the
music hall of the Exposition building,
and there were not near enough visi
tors to fill the galleries when J. J.
Mott, chairman of the national com
mittee, called the convention to order
at 12:30 o'clock. .
Prayer was offered, after which Miss
Lillle B. Pierce of this city read the
Declaration of Independence. This
caused another outburst of applause.
MR. NEWLANDS 8PEECU.
When (he call had beon read. Confjreasman
F- G. New'atuU of Nevada, was introduoed
by Dr. Mott as temporary chairman and pro
ceeded to make his address. In opouinar he re
ferred to the Re mblican declaration tor vir
tual gold monomotalism and to the Domo
oratio expression in favor of f re) silver ooi n
age. Then he landed Mr. Bryan in strong
words saying : "The Democracy has nominated
'candidate of unimpeachable character, of
exalted ability, of Inflexible integrity, of high
purpose, who Iibb never faltered for a
moment in his devotion to the
cause of bimetallism. Firm, bat not head
strong, contldont but not sslf-suiiictent, near
to the people, but not domaRogic, dutormind
for reform, yet without a single incendiary
speech or passionate utterance to mar his
record, possessing a happy combination of
the oratorical and logical qualities, young,
courageous and enthusiastic, yet deliberate
and wise, he stands as the ideal candidate of
a movement wLich, though termed a move
ment for reform, really means a return to the
wisi conservatism of our fathers "
The speaker then dwelt on President Clove
land's financial policy, which the Domic ratio
' convention had repudiated, and expressed es-
pecial pleasure at the Democratic declaration
against further tariff agitation. He roferred
briefly to the other issues iu the Democratic
platform as non-essentials. He then denied
that it was intended to pay depts with fifty
cent dollars or debase the currency, but de
clared that it was the purpose to raise silver's
value and diminish the strain on gold and re
store the old bimetallic uuit of value He de
fended the proposed ratio of IB to 1.
Mr. Nowlanda spoke in favor of bimetallism,
attacked England's gold policy and went on:
"We have at stake the interests of the greatest
rtnKtr nation of the world: of tha srrcatist
silver producing nation of the world ; of a na
tion yielding -the greatest amount of farm pro
ducts in the world farm products on which
we rely for the payment of our foreign debts,
and the prices of which have been driven down
in gold as si Ivor has fallen. Oar opponents,
gentlemen, exaggerate the difficulties of the
task before us. In order to restore silver, it is
only necessary to absorb til current product
of the mines The accumulated stock is in
the shape of coin, bearing the stamp of va
rious governments, and it is absurd to assume
that the owners ol such coin will
send it here simply to receive tb.9 American
tamp. Silver coin it ii and silver coin it
would remain. There is no surplus auy where
In the shape of bullion for the bullion in the
treasury vaults is constructively coined, and is
represented by silver certificates and treasury
notes now in circulation. The current product
of the mines is now all absorbed in current
Uses iu the arts, in coinage, and for other
purposes. Any domand that we crea e would
be a now demand and would have a tendency
to increase the value of tho current product"
Mr. Newlands combatted the claim that froe
coinage would unduly increase silver produc
tion aud suggested royalties as a means of
checking too groat outputs. He declared that
the manufacturers of tho country now opposed
to free silver would soon see that bimetallism
was to thoir interest, and closed: "An J with the
change will come beno&cient results, not only to
tha producer, but tothebanking,mercantileand
railroad interests which are now so steadily
opposing us. They will realizo that their pros
perity is based upon tho general prosperity
of the entire country and that the pros
perity of this country cannot continue
so long as debtor and producing nations
recognize gold as the only money met;il and by
their action build up its value and increase its
control ovhr the products of labor. This cam
paign is to open np an era of education and in
this work the silver party enters, animate I by
no sectional spirit, controlled by no feel
ing of envy against the more prosper
ous, but inspired by the desire to
maintain a broad American policy which
shall protect the interests of American produc
tion, whether in . the mining oamps of the
mountains the wheat fields of the West, the
cotton fields of the South or the factories of
New England. But lot us remember always in
this contest that union is strength, and that
the motto of our opponents is now, at it hat
always been, 'Divide an d tonqu
Hastings, Neb., July 22, 1890.
Quite a number of Omaha city officials
visited our little city last week. Ilusi
88 of grent interest to the cities of this
state brought them here, in the matter
of curtailing expenses of the city govern
ment. Barley is said to be averaging from 35
to 40 bushels to the acre iu this county
The Degree of Honor of this city in
stalled its officers for the eusuing year
Samuel Showalter of Host-land died
last Thursday of typhoid fever. His re
mains Were shipped to Peiinii.viVttiiia for
F, W. Button and wife left for Milwau
kee last Thursday on a visit to relatives
Mr. Mark Levy, the. promoter of the
chicory mill at this place, informs the
Hastings people that the order for the
machinery at the mill has been pluced
and the machinery will be put in place in
the mill some time in August.
The endorsement of W. J. Bryan by
the Grand Island convention gives all
silver men, regardless of party name,
perfect satisfaction and it is generally
believed here that he will sweep the
country. Adams county cuu be counted
sure for the 1(5 to 1 faith.
Mrs. C. O. lilaudiu is in Topeka, Kan
sas, this week. She was called there by
the sickness of her mother.
The newly organized national party
made out of the old prohibition party
will meet in county convention the 22d
iiiHt., to place in nomination a county
Al Boyd returned last week from bis
mining camp in Colorado.
Miss Ida M. Dudley left last Thursday
for Dubois, Nebraska, where she will vis
it for a short time with friends.
President Cleveland with bis single
standard policy and his bond issues are
very popular in this section with the
few John Bull gold or single standard
republicans who support the St. Louis
The rebuilt and refitted M. E. church
of this city was r-ededicated on last Sab
bath. The dedicatory sermon was deliv
ered by Dr. Lasby of Lincoln. The re
building and furnishing was done at a
cost of 12,355.00, all of which was sub
scribed at the two meetings held last
Sabbath. Dr. Lasby was assisted by
the presidingelder, VV. B. Alexander, and
the Kev. 0. V. Ishain. The church edi
flee is very handsome and commodious,
having a seating capacity of about GOO.
The building of so large a structure iu
these very close times reflects great
credit on the pastor and his devoted
flock, and shows a devotion to the mas
ter's cause worthy of emulation. .
Congressman Hainer of the 4th Ne
braska district and Hon. G. M. Lam
bertson of Lincoln addressed a fair sized
audience at the opera house in this city
on last Saturday night. Hainer's speech
was what I would call a flat failure bo
far as vote making is concerned. It was
neither logical" nor consistent, and it fell
like an iceberg on the audience, which
was composed to quite an extent of
democrats and populists. The essence
of his remarks was simply a threat that
if the western borrower of eastern funds
did not vote this fall for the single stand
ard they might expect no quarter from
the money lords of the east. If the meet
ing had been a union meeting instead of
a republican meeting he would have
been hissed from the platform for his in
solence. G. M. Lambertson was more
cautious and reserved in his remarks.
After paying a glowing tribute to the
champion of the people, W. J. Bryan, he
branched out on the finance and labored
earnestly in trying to make the audience
believe that they would be compelled to
wait for free coinage at least three years
if they were successful at the polls this
fall. While I listened to Brother Lam
bertson, I figured that bis argument was
one of the best reasons why we should
have a congress aud a president favor
able to free coinage at the earliest pos
sible moment, and I further reflected
that a man of Brother Lainbertson's cal
ibre ought to be on the side of the peo
ple iustead of lending his voice and tal
ents to the cause of money gamblers who
are trying to forge the chains of a high
priced money upon the toiling masses.
The meeting closed with three cheers for
the presidential candidate.
The republicans of Hastings are thor
oughly aroused to the danger of losing
the county and state and Monday night
met at the court house to orgauize a
McKinley and Hobart club. They got
quite a start towards a good sized club.
The lawn social given by Mrs. Williams
last Thursday night was in every way
a great success. '
Committees have all been appointed to
look after the arrangements in all its de
tails for the populist state convention to
be held iu the city on 5th of August next,
and it is expected that Hastings will
do herself proud in the matter of the
royal way she will provide and take care
ol the convention.
A number of our enthuastic silver men
attended the Bryan reception in Lincoln
last wek and all feel repaid for the ex
pense and time lost in making the trip,
lhey all join m the remark that the
reception was a great success.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give a lawn fete at the residence of
Mrs. (J. 11. Paul this eveuing.
The city tennis players will compete
for the championship this week. The
contest will conclude on Wednesday
The funeral of Mr. James Hadden took
place at Fairview cemetery last Sabbath
It was largely attended by his old neigh
bors and friends, and the Odd Fellows.
order of this city and Hansen turned out
in large numbers. He was a well known
and a highly respected citizen and a mem
ber of the above named order.
Dr. J. T. Steel is alone at the asylum
this week. Dr. Damrel is at St. Louis
helping to name the next president of the
" Wehave taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for
the past eight years, from time to time,
and have found it an excellent touic."
It. C. Strong, Syracuse, Neb. ,
Hood's Tills cure biliousness.
One Fare to Cleveland and Return-
For the Biennial encampment of the
Knights of Pythias, Uniform Hank at
Clevoland August 23d to 30th, the Nickel
Plate road will sell tickets August 22d,
23d and 25th at $8.(50 for the round
trip, Chicago to Cleveland and return,
being $ 1.50 lower than via other lines.
Tickets available on all trains, return
ing until August 31st. Further informa
tion cheerfully given on application to J.
Y. Calahan, Gen'l Agent, 111 Adams
St., Chicago, 111. 11
First District Congressional Convention.
Lincoln, Neb., July 13, 1896.-A dele
gate convention of the people's Indepen
dent party of the First congressional
district of Nebraska, will be held at
Tecumseh on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 189G,
at 4 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for congress for the
First congressional district of Nebraska;
aud transacting such other business as
may pron.rly come before the -conven
Each county will be entitled to one del
egate for etu:h one hundred votes, or ma
jority fraction thereof, cast at the gen
eral election of 189(J for Samuel Max
well: Cass 14, Johnson 7, Lancaster 27,
Nemaha 13, Otoe 12, Pawnee 6, Rich
It is recommended that no proxies be
allowed. . M. Howe,
1'opuliht CongresHlonal Convention.
Lincoln, Neb., July 13, 18JG.
Editoii Independent: I enclose you a
call for the people's independent con
gressional Convention, to be held at
Tecumseh, Aug. 11, 189G.
I do this as acting chairman, as our
candidate for congress two years ago
was empowered to select his chairman,
and secretary, and he selected Charles
Mayberry as chairman, and A. L. Emer
son, of Lincoln, as secretary. The chair
man refused Dy silence to act, and J
took charge. The secretary lives in Col
orado, and I have no list of county com
mitteemen: hence I send this notice to
you, and ask for its publication in some
reform paper. As many counties have
elected delegates, based on Mr. Max
well s vote, I make the same apportion
ment. Yours very trbly,
The change from July 30 to Aug. 11
was made by the delegates at Grand
Island July 15th, and M. Howe empow
ered to issue call for August 11th in
Honest and Able.
The populist county convention of
Logan county adopted the following res
We most heartily commend the ad
ministration ot our honest, able and
efficient governor, Silas A. Holchmb, and
more especially his untiring efforts to
secure the investment of tho $600,000
belonging to the common school fund
which is now wrongfully withheld by the
dishonest and corrupt republican mem
bers of the board of public lands and
We oftVr One Hnndred Dollars Reward for any
cane ot Catarrh that can not be cured, by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Props., Toledo, O,
We. the umiorBlgned, have known F. J. Cheney
(or the last 15 years and believe him perfectly
honorable In all business transactions and finan
cially uble to carry out any obligations made
by their firm. .
West & Trimx, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.j
Waldlug, Rinnan A Marvin, Wholesale Drag
gintB, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken Internally, acting
directly on the blood ahd mucous surfaces of the
system. Price. 75c per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
Absolute or Limited.
Chicago, July 16, 1896.
Editoh Independent: As a "middle
of the road populist" I hope my brother
voters of like conviction will nominate
Hon, W. J. Itryan at St. Louis. By
nominating instead of indorsing we will
keep our party organization in tact and
be able to work out our other idaas of
It is fitting that the despised populist
should now do for the democratic party
what the despised abolitionist of 1860
did for the republican party.
We can't plant corn in May aud husk
it in July is why I'm willing to make
progress slowly. Mr. Bryan stands for
a limited monarchy in trade while Mc
Kinley stands for an absolute monarchy
in trade with gold on the throne.
Neither fits well with a republic but the
limited monarchy is better than the ab
solute. Mr, McKinley with his fine personal
qualities stands for European money
with American labor on a parity with
pauper Europe unless there is some way
by which we can lift ourselves with "pro
tected" foot steps. The fact that the
debt breeding, money loaning element
of democracy is leaving its party and the
further fact that many noble republicans
are lea ving their party because its leader
is pledged to European money and
American trusts, can and does give us
courage to hope for the future of our
countyry. A. J. Gustin.
. For the Biennial Encampment
of the Knights of Pythias Uniform Rank
at Cleveland August 23d to 30th the
Nickel Plate road will sell tickets, avail
able on all trains August 22d, 23d and
24th from Chicago to Clevoland and re
turn at $8.50 for the round trip, good
returning until August 31. This is a
saving of $1.50 on the round trip as
compared with other lines and our pas
senger service includes fast trains, draw
ing room sleeping cars and unexcelled
dining service. For further particulars
address J. Y. Calahan, Gen'l agent, 111
Adams St., Chicago, 111. 11
Notice Is hereby (riven, that by virtue of an
execution issued by the clerk of the district court
of the Third Jnolclal district of Nebraska, with
in and for Lancaster county. In an action where
in Alexander 8. Porter Is plaintiff, and Jonathan
Chase, Benjamin A. tiiliKon and Joseph M.
Heardsley defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
on the '.'5th day of August A. D. ISM, at the enst
door of the conrt bonne. In the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county. Nebraska, offer for sale at
public auction tlie following described real es
tate to-wit: ,
blocks one (1) and two (2) of Lincoln View
Annex, lot elsht (8) in block thirteen (13) of Kin
ney's O Street Addition to the city of Lincoln.
The southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
of section eleven (11) township ten (10) range
six (6) east of the 6th P. M. Lot one (1) In
block thirty-six (86) in the city of Lincoln.
Blocks flve(5l six(6) seven (7) end eiitht 18) in Lin
coln View. The west halt of the northwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter, and the out!ait
quarter of the northwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section eleven (111. township
ten (10) rang six (6) east of the 6th P. M. All
in Lancaster county Nebraska.
Olven under my hand this 2:id day of July A.
JOHN J. TltOMPEN.
D. P. Sims, dentist rooms 42, 43 Burr
Bl'k., Liucolu, Nebraska. 14
Sufferers need suffer no longer. I will
send to any one the formula for a com
plete cure of this painful disease, the in
gredients of which can be procured at
any drug store for a trifR
Send f 1.00 in stamps nr P. O. money
order. Address. C. M. Mackintosh. "
Room 4 McVickcr's Theatre Bldg.
49-13. Chicago, 111.
BURNING NEBRASKA CORN.
They can Hard'y Believe it in Ohio.
The following correspondence will ex
plain another article in this paper, in
regard to the manner in which the great
dailies manage to keep the people in ig
norance of pussing events. It seems that
the people in Ohio can hardly believe
that Nebraska farmers sell their corn for
less than 15 cents a bushel or that they
burn it for fuel.
Sfkingfield, Ohio, July 16, 1896.
Editor Independent: Will yon be
kind enough to give me some facts about
the farm price of corn in your commun
ity, begiuing with the year 1873 includ
ing 1878 and 1879, also good and bad
crop years. Did it ever get as low as 15
cents per bushel and has it been so cheap
that it was used for fuel or left go to
waste for want of market? Very truly
yours, T. Jb. MCUAMPBELL,
. Mgr. Dept. of Circulation farm & Fire
side. Lincoln. Neb., July 18, 1896.
Mb. T. E. McCampbell,
Manager Farm & Fireside,
Dear Sir: The price of corn at the rail
road shipping points all over Nebraska,
except a few points on the Missouri river
has been less than 15 cent for the last
year. Two years on my farm in Cuming
county, I burned corn for fuel fine,
great, large ears they were too.
I hauled a load of corn to the railroad
and sold it. Then I took the money and
bought coal, I found that, a load of corn
wuld last longer than the coal I could
exchange it for and save the hauling
both ways besides, but corn burns out a
stove very rapidly.
One time I went and saw the superin
tendent of the road at Omaha. I Said
to him: "If you will only reduce the rate
on corn to Chicago a little, hundreds of
thousards of bushels of corn will be
shipped out and coal will be shipped in.
Then you will have freight both ways,
the miners will have work and the farm
ers will be better off."
His reply was in substance as follows:
"Oh! yes, but let us reduce freights
once and we could never get them back
witnout a row. Theu I d like to know
what right you have to come and advise
me about freight rates. How many
railroads did you ever manage or run?
What do you know about it anyhow?
Don't you think it is rather cheeky for
an old hayseed to come and tell me how
to run a railroad?"
Then I went home .and burned some
more corn. Yours truly,
T. H. Tibbl
Maid or widow age about 40. A
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home and plenty and room for the hus
band she loves. I am two years a widow
er, not satisfied to live alone, can testify
triat marnea me is not a lauure. 1 am
temperate, use no tobacco, weigh 135,
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eoyr Suite 11 Adams Express Bldg. Chicago, ilia.
Poland China and
Berkshire Hogs, Holstein Cattle, at Half Price I
Two Berkshire Boars and three Sows bred. Fall pigs of both breeds, Three
yearling Holstein bulls and two heifers. One two-year old heifer bred. Orders
booked for Spring pigs. Produce of 20 top sows and 4 first class boars. All
stock guaranteed asrepresented. H.S. WILLIAMSON,
Mention Nebiuska Independent 44-52t Beaver City, Neb.
PHOTOS 50c PER DOZEN
FOR A LIMITED TIMEs SSS
Then Gome aud Take Advantage of These Un
paralled Prices Before it is Too Late.
Per Dozen: Little Queens 50c; Cabinets $1 ; Very Best Cab'ts. $2.
The Zenith Studio, 938 P St., Lincoln.
I. N. LEONARD, Vice-President
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