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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Nov. 12, 189b.
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HOLD THE FORCES
A Correspondent Who Wanls a
Nama for Popocracy.
Free and unlimited coinage baa
p artially received the support of the
voters of tbeUnited States. It mat with
defeat from two causes; first, from want
of information aad agitation in every
part of the onion. Second, from lack of
a "party name" by which the aiiTer
form of the anion coold rail without
It ia to be regretted that Senator But
ler of South Carolina, propoaea to sever
the relation made ao conspicuous during
the tact campaign, inatead of inviting
us ss&w aapport given to the silver
cause, "to form a more perfect onion,"
under an appropriate name around and
under wnJch every true silver man would
hasten to adopt and carry on the fight
ao gloriously begun. It ia doubted that
we would have polled half the rote we
did under the fragmentary system by
which wa entered the field had it not
been for the dignity and power of our
uiuatrioua standard bearer, the incom
parable W. J. Bryan.
Hia personal influence won a million of
rotea or mora to our case. The "demo
eratjc name," which stood for silver and
also for gold, carried with it a prejudice
wnicn nunarcoa 01 thousands 01 republi
cans, populiste and prohibitionists
could not be reconciled to. "Save the
traa-mants that nothing be lot, should
lead our fragmentary patriots for a bi-
1 1: . . .....
luewtiiic BHinaara 10 consolidate in a
onion that shall hereafter show them
aelvea invincible. This ahould be the first
tning settled. Why not call the ailver
organization the "union party" or "na
tional union party." The safety of the
uomes 01 me sooer, lnduatrioua and
moral eitisens are now in jeopardy by
the vicioua working of the gold atandard
system, and overriding dictation of
mighty plutocratic combinations which
seek to rob the citizen of his free and
untrammeled vote, the poor man's only
svcopuu in ueiHUM in uiue oi peace.
8. M. Bknkpiqt.
GOES HOME TO DIE.
Gov, Holconab Issues a Pardon to Black
Hons, Alias Two Bears.
Black Horse, alias Two Bears, who has
been confined in the penitentiary for
some time, has been released on commu
tation of sentence and is now en route
to his home at Pine Ridge agency. Two
Bears is said to be his real name, though
he was known to the court officers and
penitentiary officials by the name of
Mack Horse, which he is said to have
appropriated from bis brother when ar
The Indian carried imbedded in his
t Pe' head which had been broken
oil by some red enemy in a long ago war
between hostile bands. This spear head
was so deeply imbedded thaf. ir.
was thought unsafe to try to remove it,
and apparently it had become saf!y en
cysted so that no great harm was liable
tO Come from it. lib hud haan of m.i-l.
in l ; TV .
u?rlbiP.,and the Penitentiary
ti"v iiti ui- constant, muscular
sxertion required has caused
10 snut its position.
The prison physician gives it as his
opinion that he will not live many days,
tveri if he is able to reach the agency.
On the statement of the prison physi
cian, the governor granted a commuta
tion of sentence, which permitted Black
Horse or Two Bears to be released. This
is the only release of a prisoner on com
mutation or otherwise than by expira
tion of term of imprisonment, say the
officials, since the election. It is said
that a report has been going out in the
state that there have been fifteen or six
tcon pardons or commutations of sen
tence in that time.
' Conducted by J, T. M. Swlgart. Correspondence
Now since the election is over and the
friends 0! mutual insurance are in office
it is an opportune time to commence to
consider the points to be touched upon
during the first legislature in which any
but republicans have bad clear sailing.
Although mutual insurance iff not a
political subject there never was any
good legislation on this subject Until a
populist legislature gave us the law of
1891 under which some forty-five com
panies have been organized and have
saved many thousands of dollars for the
farmers of this state. Now the people of
the towns are clamoring for a law that
they may also get their insurance at cost
without giving the company's hired men
a good fat snap. The present legislature
should pass a good law for them and in
fact aii classes of property should be al
lowed to be insured in mutual companies
if the owners want to organize including
mills and factories of all kinds. In fact
a good, safe, general mutual insurance
.. law should bs passed.
Then the auditor should see to it that
none but strictly mutuals work under the
The auditor should send out a blank
form to the secretaries that would give
in detail the working of the company as
that is the only way by which he can
jsdge as to whether they are entitled to
0 business or not. This report should
tfffd in tabulated form for the ben-
It of all who should ask for it. Hence
if any member did not know the full de
tloltha management of his company
t e could find out by asking the a ad i tor
7e have made the assertion that if the
' J!Mure and all the state officers were
to be populists the stock insurance com
finies would not be molested so far as
tie law concerning them is concerned ex
f rpt that the "valued policy law" would
Atzaain on the statutes without amend
ment and thit a law permitting mutuals
ta izsure all classes of property, but on
ts cA W hand that if the opponents to
I Is doers elect were elected that the
r 'tit's would suffer all kinds of snubs
l 1 rwu!!. I now here reiterate the
f -Ovs and ask the readers to observe
; I 'Lrw missed the mark. Our ueo-
' tr not in favor of the classes but the
1. next week the mutual insur-
companies of Iowa meet in Des
1 "I fcj tolerate convention. We hope
' I u It ia a school to all who are
t! litis cans. Ths companies
. . 1 1 :-i forward to this meeting as
v. J . ? interest to them all and
t Jj pay te expense of a dai-
n?ftt of two annually to exchanire
theories. I hop to mwt mvwn wcre
tnrU't of Nebraska companu-a thwe this
year as their rep;tir) companies would
profit thereby. A Iowa in considered
! in the front rank in the line of mutual in
auranoe all over this union, it is to be
hoped that Nebraska will come up to her
in tbia respect but we must get touolher
in au association of companies all work
in harmony. There will bean annual
meeting of this kind in January herein
Lincoln. Hope to bear from every com
pany that they will send a delegate.
8AVEO THE OLD MAN
Nebraska Sana tors Exchange Talrgrapbii
Compliments Over the Election.
Senator Thurston felt to good over the
returns the morning after election that
he wired Senator Allen at Madison as
"I congratulate you on McKinlev'
election, which saves your party from
playing Jonah for the democratic whale.
To which Senator Allen responed:
"Like the younir doctor attending his
flrat case of obstetrics, we have lost the
mother and child, but by the frrace of
uoa, we nave saved the old man in per
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IUU OI UU1CODID.
South Dakota Decidedly Close.
Yankton, S. D., Nov. 9. With the
state complete except Hamlin and Mo
Pherson counties and three unorganized
counties on the bioux reservation, Mr.
Bryan has a plurality in South Dakota
or 45. Hamilton and McPherson will
give McKinley a plurality, while the
reservation counties are expected to
go xor uryan. it will take the official
canvass to settle South Dakota's alea-
torai vole. -' - .-
FAILED OF RE-ELECTION.
Defeat of Linton In Michigan and Halaat
WASHINGTON. NOV. 8. Thn TTnnu
nepresentatlves will lo3e a good many
interesting figures. Not one of these
was more prominent than William H.
Linton, the acknowledged head of the
American Protective association. H
has been defeated in the Eighth Mich
igan district by Ferdinand D. ' Ilruckp
of Saginaw. It is not known whether
it was Mr. Linton's connection "with t.h.
A. P. A. which brought about hia de-
icai or tne preponderance of silver sen
timent in his district.
Eugene J. Ilaincr. another lonrW nt
the forces arrayed against sectarian
appropriations in the House, and said
to be a member of the A. P. A.. WAR HfW
feated in the Fourth Nebraska district
by Judge W, L. Stark, populist Next
to Mr. Linton. Mr. Ilaincr wan lmnwn
as the leader of that element opposed ,
to any kind of sectarian appropriation.
The silver men lose Towne. th
young Minnesota Republican, who be
came a national tiguro by his speech in
iue nouse ana ny ins bolt of tho St.
Louis convention. Mr. Towne still
claims hia election, but the chances
are against him.
uuo uoiorea man in ine
next house whose seat will not be
Ihere will be one colored man in the
questioned. He is Gtsorire H. Whita
. . . a
01 the Second North Carolina district
Oeorgo W. Murray, the colored mem
ber from South Carolina, has been de
feated by Colonel Elliott, but will
probably contest the election, as he
did in the present house.
A J.WARNER ISSUES AN ADDRESS.
Silver Headquarters to be Maintained at
Washington and San Francisco.
Washington; Nov 10. Thecamnaisra
for the free coinage of silver will be
waged with vigor during the next four
years in preparation for the election of
1900. The directors of the American
Bimetallic union, who constitute the
bulk of the silver leaders in three par
ties, have decided to maintain head
quarters in this city, from which to
send out literature. .
The branch office at Chicago will be
consolidated with , the Washington
office, but the San Francisco branch is
to be continued. At the request of the
directors, General A. J. Warner, the
president of the union, has issued the
following address to the Silver leagues
and Bimetallic unions of the United
"Silver has lost in this election, but
the battle for the overthrow of the
fold standard has not ended. The
isastrous results that must attend
upon the continuance of this standard
make it' impossible to relinquish' the
struggle against it -until it is finally
"The gold standard cannot be main
tained by increasing revenues, because
revenues are not paid in gold..r The
attempt to maintain the gold standard
by perpetual loans must also, sooner or
"The victory for gold is a victory of
trusts and syndicated wealth, brought
about by corruption and coercion, and
not a victory of the people, or for the
people, and it cannot last. There must
be an end also to the constant appreci
ation of monev.
"The battle, therefore, for the restor
ation of silver must go on without
abatement. I urge upon all silver and
bimetallic leagues and unions to keen
np their organizations and to continue
the fight till victory for the people is
finally won. -
"The noble fight made by our in
trenid leader in t.hA rammlim i,ot
ended endears him to all who believe
in the righteousness of our own cause,
and under his leadership we believe
victory will be won in 1900."
I HAVE THE BEST LOT OF
NPhina Pi 00
Wllllllt I lg)0
THAT I EVER RAISED,
WHICH I WILL SELL AT
, HARD TIMES PRICES : : ;
They abb Composed or the Three
1 p Leading Strains
WILKE'S FREE TRADE and U. S.
Address, L- H- EUTB3, Keliffc, leb.
Klpani Tabula oora indigestion.
GAMBLING IN TULIPS.
A Strns-e Popular Crane in Holland Tin
Centortm A no.
mm m .41 ....
lowara tne middle of the (seven
teenth century one of the strangest of
popular follies took possession or the
usually positive and hard-headed
Dutch, At that period Holland had
grown from small beginnings Into
riches and luxury. With a taste for
vivid colors, the merchants of Ha&rlem
began to center their admiratm upon
tulips. Gardens were laid out, new
rarietles sought, emulation became rife
and a mania spread over the people.
New forms, shades or combinations
were introduced into the market and
fortunes were mads and sDeut on these
lowly flowers. Bulbs reached fabulous
prices, and the only similar craze in
more recent times seems to have been
the sale of the famous peach-blow vase
in New York city at the Morgan sale.
This latter, however, was confined to a
tew connoisseurs, while the tulip craze
swept an entire slow-going, practical
Dutch community. One bulb of choice
variety was equivalent to a competence
ror an entire family, whereas In Haar
tern living was cheap.' In a contiguous
city for one plant was given two carts
9f grain, four carts of barley, four
oxen, twelve sheep, two casks of wine,
tour casks of beer, a thousand sounds
w cneese, a complete suit of fine cloth
ing and a silver goblet. Another bulb
was sold for 13,000 florins, or about
15,200 of our money. Once there was in
Haarlem left only two bulbs of a cer
tain prized variety. For one was of
tered and refused the equivalent in our
currency of $1,840, besides a splendid
eoach and pair with their trappings.
Another refusal was .of twelve acres of
valuable land. On the register of an
other city to-day can be seen the record
f the sale of 120 tulips for the benefit
of an orphanage, which brought In the
unazing sum of in our country $36,-
uoo. The spread of this craze is a
tudy in psychology. Finally, when
gambling in tulips began, when brok
s bought and sold "lone" and
short," the government decreed that
lebts thus contracted should bs
ttacted in the usual manner. Soon,
hereafter prices suddenly fell, and the
mania died a natural death. Philadel
SILENCED THE "MASHER."
How a New Woman Greeted a Olddv
Tooth's Unwelcome Attention,
lie had a smile as bright as his gay-
ly-colored trap as he rode up along
side a demure young woman, who was
walking in Central Park, the other
morning, upon one of the asphalt paths.
She heard the rattle of wheels at her
side, yet she turned neither to the
right nor to the left. .
"Good morning," Bald the 'handsome
young man as he raised his straw
hat with the dizzy band, "wouldn't you
like to take a ride with me this morn"
Ingf' ; -
The girl didn't say "Sir-r-r" or
What means this intrusion?" She
slowly turned around and looked the
young man over from head to foot.
He bore her gaze without flinching, and
started to get down from his seat as if
assist her into the trap.
The girl looked at him and then at
the pocketbook which she held in her
band. ... - - -
"I don't know," she said, half aloud.
don't know, I'm sure. How much
would you charge to tiike me to the
There was a whirl of yellow trap,
bright red hat band and flying
"You'll do," the young man said, as
he rapidly drove away. New York
Bis Skin Trannparent.
"The worst affliction I ever knew
inyone to have," said C. R. Annore, of
Duluth, "is that of a young man in my
city. His ekln has become dead in
aome way, and all the coloring matter
is gone, leaving the cuticle perfectly
transparent The result is that all
the veins and arteries are plainly visi
ble and he looks like an animated ana
tomical chart The case baffles all
physicians, and the only remedy would
seem to be to graft new skin over the
boy's entire body, which, of course,
would he impracticable, if not impos
sible. His skin was unusually clear and
transparent when he was a baby, and,
""""" .v uui uaviux 1
Intltaad trfnmi ti a. trilAlrAW n. A I. l I
mnra enlrvr as hA ?rnir nlilm. icho .
it possessed left it, and by the time he
was twelve years old he appeared at a
distance as though all the skin had
been removed. Washington Star.
Fasted Nearly Two Tears.
Dr. Tanner's famous fast of forty
days is thrown into the background as
a starvation feat by the performance
of the big anaconda-at the Philadelphia
loologlcal gardens, which was only re
cently tempted to eat a nice fat rabbit
after going hungry for twenty-months.
It may have been even longer, but the
keepers have no record of the crea
ture's doings previous to its captivity,
and so can't tell. It is not very un
usual for a snake to abstain from food
for seveml months ,at the end of which
time death generally results; but the
anaconda's case is distinctly different
from any other. Its fast lasted more
than twice as long as any In the his
tory of the Zoo, and during the whole
of Its continuance there was no evi
dence of 111 health. The spell now
seems to be entirely broken, and the
anaconda calls 'regularly for Its meala
His Last acaaaloB.
Joseph Bile, of Adrian, Mich., went
up In a balloon from Blennerhassett
Island, near Parkersburg, W. Va. Ha
lost his grip and was buried as soon
thereafter as was consistent with da
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NINE STATES VERY CLOSE.
06,000 Tote Really fettled
WAsnnreTON, Nov. 10. The immense
popular majority received by Major
McKinley and his goodly majority in
the electoral college tend alike toTSon-"""
eeal the real narrowness of bis victory
because of the closeness of the vote in
several statea If there had been a
change of less than 26,000 votes in the
aggregate in nine states, Bryan would
have been elected President of the
United States. McKinley 's majority in
California, Delaware, Indiana, Ken
tucky, North Dakota, Oregon, South '
Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming
combined was less than 53,000, and the '
nine states cast 00 electoral votes. A
change of only about 26,000 votes
would have given the 60 electoral votes
of these nine states to Bryan, and these -60
electoral votes would have elected
him President of the United States.
Breeders of Ine stock can And no bettor
advertising medium than this paper.
SAMUEL B- HAMS.
Attoruey, Lincoln, Sebrasla,
William E. Jonee and Fannie Jonea his wile.
non-resident defendants will take notice that on
the SOth day ol October, im. Walter A . Ieeee. a
Jnstlce of tbe peaee of Lincoln; Lancaster eonaty
Nebraska, issued an order of attachment (or tbe
snra of i.2 with 7 per cent interest thereon
from May , 1806 la an action pending; before him
wherein Robert B. Sitter is plaintiff and William
Jones ahd Fannie Jones hie wife are defend
That property of said defendants coneistina- of
one covered top phaeton and ene set single bar
aeaerabber mown ted has been attached nnder
Said cause was continued, to th 51 t, 4v nt
December 1896, at 9 o'clock a, m.
KOBEKT B. OUTER,'
Dated; Itoreraber 5th I89, 24
A six months seboiarshiu in a first-
class business college. Cheap for cash.
Address Scholarship, care of Nebraska
LtDEPENDftjiT, Lincoln, Nebraska.
This is a good opportunity for any
one desiring to attend a business college.
irUBXJBBEB Or THE INDEPENDENT.
A well improved farm in Seward
county to- rent for next year. One-half
cash and par t of crop-. 80 acres.
J). D. lit) MINE,
Hotel Ideal, Lincoln, Nebv
Men whose advertisements appear in this col-
tmn are thoroughly reliable, and onainees -treated
to them will receive nromst and carelnl
cNKRNEI E AOER, Attorneys-at-law, 19e
O Street,. Lhteoln. Neb. Telephone M0.
L. ST ABIC, AttomeHtt-Law,
ONO ItATHEW. AMooners-at-Law. Lous-
ex &tr, Nebraska.
iR. H. B. LOWRT, 111 Horth uth Street Lin
CHARLES A. MUNN.Attoraew-aVLaw.Ord, Re.
Lraaka. ... -.
M . bka!rU8, Aat0leX'rt"L,, 0oeo1'
H f EDWARDS Attorney-at-Law. Orand Is
land. Neb. Office over First Na Bank.
WM. LERSB, Lawyer. 1 Bonth Eleventh
Street. Lincoln. sTah . wm nn-.u- -.. j
to all business with ears and promptness.
throughont the state. , .
DR. . M, LUCAS, Dentist. Brace Block, Ua
8HAMP IMPLEMENT CO., Bohanan Block,
Lincoln. Neb. Farm sliu.hlnrv a anM.islt
Machines shipped to all parte ol the state.
T. M. SW10ART. Motual Fire and Cyclone
Insurance, Lincoln. Neb. Agents wanted.
14 mm, tm I lb. OoW, MlnearCamatr ken ne
u. S. Standard zs
- 1 1 '
Roaareds of Bpeclaitlss at tose than wholuale prices, vlt; '
Smhw NakhM, Rtoyrtn, ArpaM, riua (trier Mills.
inm.irr.. ,rM, NnM, HanMn, HsfM. Roiw HIII
IrllHrmM, Jk Shots, TrBtki, HsrUitlrn,
rrrSlsad ttwd Hill., KKtm, Drills RmriFlowi,
lairn JUvsrs, Cnf MIlU, Farm, tatkd, llnmpl rii
rnraSkrlli-n, HnH .ns Knilun, Tooli Wlr YrmrZ
rnnalac nilla, CrmRars, IMIrn, wslckw, Cl.llil.r
llaj, Staek. Elentor, Raliraaa, Pl.tforw sad loasbtr SCALKa.
Saa4 tarfiva ratalaiw aa ape Raw im Sate Naaay.
m S. Mesa St. CHIOAOO SOAUL CO Cataeae. El.
FREE PIPY C&nnUGE
CaUlofW. Cut Ihb nt ftDd md1 with voor Bam
aad addnis, and wa will mail yon FRSffc our niw
Mammoth CaUloftif of Baby CairtafUluatratinir
iwaiirttrvntnyief rrom iamaffa acnt oo iu
-ivw Vrtm trial, Buv dlrwt and aava dtalflni'nrnrlte..
Wanted An Idea
Who can think
of some simple
thin tn rajuiftS
rraaarror naaj inav may onng yon wealtn.
nnit duns wauvntusoiui m w rateni
neys, Wasblnston, D. C for their Sl,no prise offer
auu uaa u. twu iiiuiwwa ui.vuuuiu wanteo.
steel pats, steel posts and rail, also Field and
Hok Ij ence Wire, single and double farm gates.
For further Information, write to tbe
UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb.IIt
steel picket lawn
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