The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, April 28, 1898, Page 2, Image 2
THE NEBRASKA INDEPEDENT April 28, 1898 ME OPlIQINS la tale department w will publish irMtor. received from enbecrtben to nwtkm mom tban 800 worm. Manuscript will not b returned. VTatkla'i to the Journal. Vmiion, Neb., April 21, 1808. EWTOII iHDtPKNOKHTI-l ! t tll fol lowing Inquiry to the mtnl-ww kly Htate Journal: VitiiuoN. Neb.. Avrtt. 1H.-T0 the Kdltor of tb Htat Journal: I mm by theHeml. weekly ofthesiBof March an " editorial in which (lit etateiiient I made that the United Htatee own about one billion dollara (1,000,000,000) to for fStttmn. 1 sunwise thin include Individ ual an well hn publlo debt. I by nf v- tlstlciil abstract of th United Htat nineteenth number, page 01. Mil And 78, that we hv miiortml since ' 1847 over two billion dollar more of irolrf. silver and tb product of the farm and linlory thnn w bav imported In that tun. Will you kindly oxpluln how w com to im In debt to foreigner at all? Alto what we got for (hi debt and how w got It? It look to in If I am wiling to other fellow more than I buy of UiMin and lot thmti hav more money than the do ni that tbej will Im in dob to mi and not nt to them, Hy wnllght Ding ni on th abort you will obllg an o d subscriber, uko, watkin. To till limulrv lb Journal replied In It dally of tli 8th and wmil weekly of tb J 3 ill, tatlng,flrt, that tny biitiwilng eiport and Import of gold and llvr peel and bullion with our tiport and Import of merchandise misleading, A 1 gav my authority and wher to , find tli fuel staled I do not what reason thn Journal had for being ml load, but they wnro. They awin to think I am trying to show lee niwcm per capl tatbao tb suction of money give, 'i'hi 1 did not think of. My (juration ar threw in number, Thwir anwr start out with the statement that tourlHt, which thy tat number fin, 000 In our morn prosperous your, use i grt deal of thl amount, fly thl tli Journal toll what It consider prosier Ity. In tbeyear 180'J, when labor him gutting a little something for it service, ' w exported only 405,N7M In eioes ol our Import of gold, Th unit year, when labor waa in deplorable condition, wee portal ij7,ouu,ii) in goia in ex cos of our Import, to pay tourist ox pen presumably, W ei ported jut about enough ailver In rty.J to pity tor our exoea Import of merchandise, My object In aklng this question wu to mm bow It wo pOMlbl to get into debt when w were winding morn abrond than w got from lorelyneni and alo to mm about thl aord honor which I plmlgnd to pay wim tn eo-caiied oet nioiiev, A I am nowolfiar on my object, will trowed to consider tula (juration further, High there may be a good a place a any or ma to ay of tli nctofl87i demonetising ailver, 1 would conidur it lust a bouorabl for congress to a mm putting T 10 grain of gold in a dol lar a tha act of J S7U, Itut all dbt contrnoied aftr auch a law wn ud would b binding, both In law and honor, Ho thn qmwtioii cotnii a to thatlm tha debt wrteontraotmi, Tha Jour nal aaya our Import of marchitndi al waya fxcMxIiid our iort prior to 1847. Tbi bring a ttma of bl-mtalliNin. tlia Journal or any other gold-tandiird ad Tocata would not claim that tha differ. hio houM b paid lo a double dollar, From 1847 to lfl8 our ixcn export of ciwb wa about 1 oo.OOO.OOO mor than our exec Import of merchnodie, A tbi wa not a very proHroua ra according to tlio Journal, titer wa probably not very much i'nt by tourint. From 18(S,'I to 1875 we I in ported over a billion dollar mora mr chndiM than w exported. We ex ported half a billion' more gold and nil ver than w Imported. The gold and ailver flight be accounted for In tourlt bill, aleo Mhlpping bill,whicli I another big item the Journal give to accouut for thee debt. Hutu everything wn meuMured In a depmiiated money during that period, certainly tlia Journal would not pretend that eacred honor required o to pay in a 200-cent dollar. Hmue 1875 wa have, la epit of a oonetautly de!hning market, exported moid two and a halt billion dollar more of mer chandiH than w buva imported, beiiidee bundrtd of million doller of peoie. Yet w ara indebted o badly that if we dar to eiuf w hat ehall roimtitute a dol lar our crfilitor will ruin u. WeaUo FREE CORRESPONDENCE Ton Thousand Woraon Writing to Dr. Hartraan for Medical Advico, At b-nat ten thousand women are In orrpoRdenr with Ir. Ilartmnn ron eeruing miiii bodily ailmeut Tele cor reapondmc I conducted lrs ol charge, ity aid of qumtlon blank, rhvmical anal. yi. uilenwroplc exaiuluatlon, th doe tor I able la inak an act'iiraU illrtmia U ta a great many ram her even th attending phyetciaa rould not duo. Thousand ar eureil; ol Ihoueuud ar relieved ofaonia dietrvMiug eyni torn and givu a new lea ol Ills, Any wuuiaa tan apply, Mr. Molli L xJur l'iy, Ulan, let., ay; May thank lor yoar kind advle. My eou mow h every apara(ol a iuud bvaltky buy. Mr. I limlwlhilreit, .Saw Alka, Ill.,ya "'HI atiewr billo I'r, lUrlinaa'a .b Will t W-H." Mr, linn MtlWr, lihwereturg, lUrry Hty, Ms. rile, "t wrwl In i lo advk i lw gv It. .Sow I bl lm a J hearty, The wwri.1 . nut buy wy birl.H Mr, lUtUubeiaw, 1'i.rieiAtflJ, Im,, rt Ul lollo. leg tMf dw I hwl tll . hpp.M Mr KM H'tlr, y: iue trl, t'mvteneti, tl.afilr r'il yui ibrvriita a4 Ktw haa th heel tdfclfti," Kvery wwwaa fctt h i y il Iw. llarlHt' tlftiei lik aiilld 'illtb MNit Wttly," It WHII lrly hr Hkw eJ wul I Um iw al a4Jre. A4.lrM t Vraa (rag UmUI4'I l owpey, t'ulma t, tlW, OF THE PEOPLp eommunleatlooa of ft worth Aad aul table thla iADr. No oonm unioatio hodxa lump a arnt deal about foreigner In vetlng largely In our railroad and factory took. Jf they ara doing o, what become of the money they Invent How do they get It bur in tha fao of the fuota 1 have atated. There la on way the debt might hava uooumulnted that tha Journal did not mention, I. a,, our big fellow water ed a lot of toe It and toon It over to i'urope, old It, and bad a pr without any cot to theumnlve but let their pat ron pay it. 1'erNOiiiill. 1 will uy that It doe not look to me Jik good tute matiMhlp when we pay .'10,000,000 an tiunlly to foreign ehio owner for our currying trad. NeitW do 1 feel under the lcat obligation to pay two dollar for on to nay tourlt. indubtndne. Again what look queer I the bowl aet up about labor' extravagance if It dar to buy a 1 50 bugiry for tha old wife' comfort, and if a fanner darn upend ao much a a quarter of an hour chatting politic with a friend, he I Immediately lusnieed of indolence. Tha money apent for a buggy I left her at home, yet we never near that it I extravngunt or ln luring our country In the leat lor tour let to Mounnder hundred of million annually to pay foreign hotel bill and foreign nerrant, Hah I About thn TJml of February 1 neked the Journal through thn Full (ity New how It woepoietllile If wa were ateudy and economical, Helling more to foreigner than they did to mn, how free colling of ailver would deprive ii oiourgold7 1 ent them a marked copy, tiiey never have aimwervu mn uuIcnm I am to take their auewer of the 8th and I V th to be un amwer to tny II ret quiiNtlou a well n tha laet, o 1 will ak another on or two. If we ar to continue to hire foreigner to do our carrying trade and pay them In gold, Nino lurniNh gold to our tourit to puy foreign hotel bill to bow will a irold atandard keen our gold here? Again if w inner, 11 ther I absolutely no other way but th above and we ar to be alway drained of our if old by th cuuee ahown by th Journal, do w not need a national eurmwy with which to do our buNlmm without going to for elgner to borrow it? I It true that 11 debaeed on I better than none at all7 n proof I only offer I'emmylvanla u evidence, Th tier capita increase of wealth wa luet about 10 time a much from 18(10 to 1870 a from 18M0 to 800, My dear Journal 1 expect I hava aKcu you everai morn ouetlon than you win answer, o 1 will bid you good oye until 1 hear from you again. In th meantime I am your truly for uoveru- meut leeue ol all money. UKO, Watkin. Many People Cannot Drink off at night. It apoll tbair alera. Yoo can drink Gralo-0 when rouplM and aleep Ilka a top. For (Jraln-0 done not atimulate; It nourish, ehra and feed. Yet It look And tata like tbe beet coffse. For nervou pron. young people ana niidrn urain-u la the per 'act drink. Mad from pure grain. (Jet a imckag from your grocer today. Try in piaoe 01 tone. 10 ana '400, Jovrainiit Ownership ot ItallrcmiU In Hwllsvrlsnil, Th railroad problem In Hwitxerlnnd contains many instruction which are especially valuuble to the eopU of this country, a thn railroad problem I a most Important on which miisi soon Im Molved In thi country. lo understand the ml road miemirm f Hwitzerlaud, first of all we iiiuhI con- der the physical conditions of that country. If we look at the maps we find thut the Alps, a mountain chain like the llocky mountains, run tlirouuh tint country from east to west 011 the south. ern line with a few states on thesi.Lth de of the mountain. From this hniit smaller branches run out north d south so thut all states urn mum nr ess mountainous. rorty year nuo when the ini.-nf ion ,.1 building rnilronds iu Swln rluud llrst cam up, nobody thought that it would lei possible that thn xoplt ol Switzer land with only a little over two million iihutiitHiit could liiiild a riiilruu.l through the Alps, ths-efore It was geuer- uy wiieveu unit in Pwilterlaiid only iurt lines connecting favorably situatm! own would be built to facilitate local rulflc, and thi excluded federal owner hip. Die first road was built In lNKl 0..11. Meeting t lis towns l.urieh nud lUdun. nd I nleiut I I to '.'0 milmi lllllkT. N..V. ernl year niter this Lunch and Winter- bur wer connected by a railroad and ii build thi the l.urieh Wg iimiiiiiIuIii ad to b rut by a tunnel whirl 1. HHiut Ix mile long. Thi was llm Hrsi turn...! mill In MwlliMrlaiid. Py tills, two roads, th fan Ion mi. J ure h, wn rroemM from east to n bv railroad, Thea l.urieh wished to u.i etittiiM'tion with th Uk ol t'onstaue nd Ihniugh tin, with th ewsleru iMim I Au.trln. Ilavart. WurlemUra nn.l linden, am) th natural condition lr m h a poeurtlioa wrr In Uvor of tb anion Tburgan, an re ulturl sut kn hlellieeiiwt lrl InNailMrlnnJ l.ui further south ln8l. tlnllea. a 1 11 a ul h)M ol l.ure h. bu th Iowa lata btwwahigh inuuntwin and Mivill . lb trrrtlory lrm 8t. tlnltu u, ih k ol t'owaiant uulavorabl lor rail road bultdie;, Ibervlor l.ure h bull I the roA rlM lb ,NttltM.urn, ihrougb lbt'atoa Tburgaa au tbi prodm.! (mtlousf aed la ht. tUllH. To ti I I.e. Nortbwaatifrw rMJ In th wi llOl Hlll.-fUHd bt IM w lxet lnHMaitulity, Hi Jura NiouaUiH vka wbkb run (rum miii . Iti tirteml, bad to tw rwi bul a lb m.W nl ibmsi aioiituias, rtgbl la lb artbM rorr ul Hnr laed, bit IWtle, lb eb loaa, sd Ibry r-iliK tuhMiettroM witb l SottboMtr road hy a Ihhh lbmuh lb Jra wkmiiiUi, t bi M aaintii aomairou ib rf, ImxIv uh Had hmm.rwl wtn.U Ibmr pbf about lb bole ol be lulur, wb vk a IIin ib -ro).i uhmvI,Is mirf all lb ltbst lknl, wbeb to about lfl aob bg, bu ll, and Ibrougb Ibi HiKtUnd hal a I b mn h bi Iron s to -! wbbli imi wemaa lMlrall 'bal rval, a t fOUIMe ltvl b rvMOleat imImi .ro pean etatea of 'Austria, Hungary and ItUMtla with the Atlantio ocean. Until now railroad building and man aging wa only a atate and local matter In Bwitfterland, but now, the system 1 ucweslully extended in all direction and therefor federal regulation of tbe business became a, necessity for having a control over tbi corporation which never got o much power a they bave In thl country, In Hwltterlund th main principle alway prevailed that tha main goal of a railroad la comfortable, cheap and save transportation of persons and property, and that to th main goal all other Interest must be subordinated van if ahara holder should get no in terest, and for tbi purpose railroad coin nan In were put under strict control of th administration, which In that country I not aubordlnats to court. 1 remember that th first federal rail row! law which wo homed contained the condition that whenever the net earn bur of a railroad nay mora than 0 per cent Interest ou the paid up capital, then pawteiitfer and freight rate must bo lowered. A the first railroad wer only built for local trnlflo, the share wer taken by the states, countleM.towu ana village, and citizen wnlcn wer benefitted hy the road, therefore nobody expected to ha v uny direct profit from tneee snare. The law that shareholder were only entitled to bave Interest on the Invested money bud the icood effect to prevent swindle with share right in the start, that the road wer nut In first class condition and that employe wer well paid and vecured f and comfortable transportation, ho that very aeldoin a calamity ocourr. Although railroad building cost enormous sum of money, transportation I a ureat deal cheaper in nwitxeriand than n l in thl country, . 1 . ... . ... am 1 remember, oaaseiijfcr rate were about 1 cent of our money mile. Hound trip ticket good for on day bad 'JO percent discount. Transport regula tlonsand tariff for f relit lit bad to be approved by the federal admlultratioii, A teach atation you can buy for few cent a regulation for transportation and A catalogue of good where you oan find out under which class a certain kind of good belong and th ditanoe of th stations ho that you can exactly figure out for yourself what It will cost to wind your good to It destination. t or good which are charged by car lllli if, I lib 41 M AiiMliiiii utrisifiMl tknn but if the freight figure out at th ruul fn aw aw vti immh BHUUHV l lUU weight should In thl way amount to more man car 10110 ireignr, oniy t ins aiuouiii vun we cuurgmi, iiscnmina- ........... a. ...... 1... itf t none nnu reuates are uukuowh. uie 1 one who end 100 cur load of a kind of good ha to puy a much lor a curl as the one whoaend only one our. J Im table am changed twice a year in thn spring and In th full whereby the administration, especially the post d partment, provide that comfortable connection of thn different road can be mad on nil point and that thn people niong tli line are accommodated and It happens very seldom that companies are urged to put on one more train for the accommodation of the people. I nlust competition between the differ. ent road wan suppressed right In the start. A said before Ht. Oilen was cut off from th Northeastern read, but then Ht, (Jaleiia built a road of their own from th lake of Constance to Winter thnr, where it connected with the North Kastern road, but a l.urieh I the cen tral railroad point In Hwitxerlnnd, they wished to have direct connection with l.urieh, but instead of building a parallel ii witn in northeastern they Had a costly tunnel through the Lurich llcrg, they usserted that railroad are public highway, and therefore demanded the right of way over the Northeastern from ninterthur to l.urieh, which right wa granted to them by the federal authori ties, and from that time on they were not only running their train through on thi line, but thn employes at the sta tion of the Northeastern sold their ticket and handled their goods lust the same a they eold tickets and handled the good of their own line. How railroad employes were protected against oppression from the co'iipunle. I . .. Ill 1 II " A I . . .t . " 1 win leu in uie noxi nriicie. FlIKlf Hciiwkizkii. Woodlawn, April U, 181)8. Chronic Rheumatism from Urn lsilntrlnl News, Jiiikui, Mien. The subject of thi sketch is llfty-si yurofage, and actively engaged in larmliig, When seventeen year old he hurt Inn shoulder nud a few year after commenced to have rheumatic pninslu it. fin taking a slight cold or the lenst slrniu, sometime without nny apparent cause whatever, th trouble would start nud be would suffer the most excruciat ing pains. II suffered for over thlrtv venr. and the Inst dirnde ha ufferd so much that h was unable to do any work. To tin the frequent occurrviir of diy sfieii were added, making him almost a heliilemi IuvhIiiI. i ai i. iHT or KitHta II lrh Ihni l.titainnun Ul m tl at. nut Iwiun! lwaSm aal hsa ua avrrnl lin rhsuNialt CUfra, ,u n ii slxn. A4 ia iar s. ai miohiI. -vi a rrl la tspir ul a vm ma. bat urn Inr In bin bi rarrs) k !r. Williams I'ihk 1'ili auilriMdu.Utl to trv riNtljr, AMr tatlwat lb Dmt tmi Ml mi a. al Iwttaf, a4 wli als tr Ihii I'Mf ttMM. u ii.ui. mmi ta-t at mi, abl a ka uw ht wr a la lirl Irw lrvml iKrtai l'uutW aal nritwltr u he ba at kail lumU II U.a.lin at ul If, h illlaaV l'ii 1'ilUhir I'aW lvn a4 atll gUPy rfrlHirat It atMv iltumttu ta l-al..m- a ltlr4 . StwWf, lloftiia, Jmtwia t'.lf, Mwaiataa. All lb vWwtvate ataa4rt ttaiv ba Its 4 lbsa a lb )m r timnkatlarv.! ftitn) ' .ktaiarl, la a niM..t. luriti t J if, SVilltuma' 'm I'ltl r I) IWpWi, AN tlrHt)ll aall tU). Mm J I . ftist Tressar Condition. The fixed policy of State' Treasurer Meeerve I to have Invested all perma nent chool fund and to pay out al current fund a fat a received from the county treasure. We have closely watched tbe conduct of the atate treaaury and we find that Mr, Menerve haa faithfully and ably en lorcea in aoov ruie, A Htatement received luet Monday by the Phonograph bowa that Treasurer Meeerve, since coming Into office, baa nveeteu permanent lurnl In Interest- tienrlng aecurltlea to thn amount of 101)2,721.80 ofwbiob i;J01,57.84are In state warrant earning 0 per cent The total amount of all fund Invented up to date la .'l,72fl,177 74, or nearly three and three fourtha million. Every dollar in thn permanent school fund 1 now Invested and the current fund are paid out on warrant o that the treas ury la now practically empty. 1 ne republican brethren who wereao terribly anxiou about Menerve' "straw bond" may now calm their tender so ft. ... - . licitude. Though a two-inllllon-dollar bond may haw been nufflclent to cover a Hartley shortage of half a million plus a million of idle fund, It certainly I more than enouuh to inure an amount like tbe serni-annual school apportion nient, and that i all which Mr. Menerve keep in bin charge. An honest state treasurer ha solved the problem of Idle luno much clearer and auier than did thn mistaken author of the steel vault bill in the legislature. IJenlrnoly doe hi duty by paying out and investing hence there I no Idle funds, Mr, Meserve not only know thl I thn right course but he Is energetic and dutiful enough to carry it out. J he republican administration con Bluntly carried from half a million to one million of Idle fund and during the latter part of the Hartley rule It exceed ed one and a half million, Th stale paid regular Interest ou these Idle moneys, beoauiei it wa paying Interest, ou the paper on which they should hava been paid. For every half million of Idle fund the atato lost f .'10,000 annually, lor in iniereMi would at least average nix percent. 1 lie people can pntty closely figure out what bn been jnaved the state by treasurer Meserve, It would beacon. aiderubla amount annually, And the creditor the stale-so far from being ruined Is now above pur, Ht. I'aul i'honogruph. meet r . 1 11 r. 1. v iwi,.ti', in the case prove noons' Marsioar a cure rhHiiiimf, mm. dyspepsia, catarrh, that tired feeling, scrofula, salt rheum, boil, humor and all blood diseases, IIOOD'H HM.H ar prompt, efficient. always reliable, easy to take, easy to operate. 25c. 8 Lincoln Exchange Milk Z 4 iu norm via 01, s Cusotm Grinding a specialty s S ill tb liMt jrrsilM of Cutr m- e .... wmvww, wv.B WW WfMWmi W9 k f 00 mousy. c IIARTLETT A IIOVTABD. FRANK IAMS lll'OHTKU IND BHKKIIKH OK Black Perchreons, Liyaes. bnires. Coachers and Trotters lAMS'"llor.. Hh(iw"tth. flra lrcst U. a. HtHK Knlr ol 'M. 'W Ihs SI. l.ouU. III., rnjrul, Minn,, U. anil Nh, Huts Kslrs, iiiiiinnrcu 11 1 i-iiiniii Kirs. lAMM'llsrtl ol ilrslt buiws. wins Ut urlu fur n fmr In auwrMluu si tlia Nb. clsu iiir I AM Imporii anil lirwds bis owp horci No slslr, ours oat hurMw, m il h wi t ilim at nn noma iiarna, nu ssl n srt hlrad br lmnlo iii Inferior lulniua in larmrrs. No Brtt alSMburiws swh! lis lilll to t sum, Breed Bit Draft AnJ Flash Coich HorsesThey Beat Klondike Mines. 1 7H11 10 rniM 1 r oiil, nTr IS'f ilmM(iHiil m sow Ii latxi in brmillnrf suit rnmns rluM biirn TK man Ihnl lirvnla aiMiil ilrsll nsil a.iark kraa aill ha n Klonitita Misa in Ivun, I sum niiia-a uiuai i a a.il.li s?r ana Ikara au mast .aria In bia liaru.. lama aiikauaaa noraaa i.i u.nrni uraana, imiii aaaraalwa, na4 Ika naaal aolla. Ili.a ul l.lial In isai lb karaaa In Nlns-kn lo aria.-i from. I lid'a.ShirM tat Orat rvrraaruaa ai was mif4 laaa laaa llia.k I'attk rnaa. THANK IAMS. St. Paul. Neb. s. Caul, .b., la un Ika II. A at na4 U. I. Kj a. SULPHO-SALINE Bath House and Sanitarium faia.l Itta Mil, IINCOIN, NKtRAtKA, Oprn wl All llmir ! aim! Mglit All l .nnn ul lUllu. Tuiklih, Husstis, Roman llictdc. ll t.ll nlt.aiWa Im lb ar'hiiwa ml miUML Silt UI MtNl ba laM iia tkaa a ni ikaiaita, ' a I mum l" . I tta a. I b -Ut I nS'A Ibtaaia k aa lnll aa 'I .,..(, I all hih.i ia ai U... tllf a IMMItl I i'"l. Ml, I M la Wat A.as bi4 I "a hk,ii.ii m m Hi. Mi It. Ai J. (I. Ilvvrvtt, klaaan a klaH.a I , -i-y1 Constipation Cautei fully half tb dckneit In the world. It retain th digested food too king In th bowel and produce lilliouineii, torpid liver, Uidi- (Uoii, bad tail, eoatetl a tongu, tick buch, In- I QI omnia, to. Hood' J'lll I 1 1 1 S ur constipation and all lit w reiulU,llyaniltherouKhly. 2M. AlldruggiiitJ. I'mpared by C. I. Hood Ji Co., Iiwell, Mai. Tb ouly I'lll to tak with Uood'i Harxaparllla. ffiWovcn Wire 1 FENCE KMU tig 111.00 or our machine that make fence any height for 10 to Uc ttt tOi. Kwy machine guaranteed. AiOOKNHKN A I.AllOUNTy, 717 H. O.'ld Ht., Omaha Make Cheese at Home Hend 1 to C. K. Kittlngor, Ipawlch, S, l)mk. for 10 reunet with printed inatruo- tion for making cheeae at borne without buying ooatly apparatu. Anyone con dolt. Your money refundcl It you fall. Full Cream Cheese the Kind Made UH. 0. C. REYNOLDS, Reildtnce Phona 633. Office) Pbont 656. Surgeon and Consulting Physician Itoome 17,18 A 10, Burr Block, LINCOLN, NBBR. Office boun: 10 to 12 f .0., 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday noun: 3 to S p.m. OOOOOOOOOOOOWW ?B0 '97 BICYCLES BELOW COST f eisliliis ui elr sr fmiorr, InrrlM, . mm. iOOVOl.K YMti Ut silvurtiM mm, Kiwr wurk, 110 ka, wrii fur our urtinl i.lTn. 'OK 'yl..k'0 , tm u,rf, 12 M im, W-71 Ifiwrtli Av Oil lOAOO. franklin Hi i HttlMruuiu, mannaei DR. McCREYV I THI OSLf PIC I ALI ST WVO TKBAT ALL Private Diieasei atHH Wm.1.1 r MEN ONLY 9yMrt Eirwrlano. lUVMrsin Onmlis. Bisik free. Consult- tbia rr. lie 706, or 14th and Faroam Bu. OMAHA, MKII. Wyatt-Bullard Lumber Company, LUMBER. WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL. ' Offloc 20th and Uard RU. J'bon 478 WrlU (or I'ric. OMAHA, ttt: Nrn 4 CHICKEN MITE EXTERMINATOR I . LICE KILLER j Rill all Ha, miua. ! at., en f ualtrt aa Miurb. tus nana Mb tha labitr l daallas. t'aaa la, inplf ar banililaa ulnst. Uv. Siiaslr nlai ika ruual aulaa nn saal baia M4 Mil AlUrait. aaii.f ua ika rX, Ma miiaa ill Un la aalllaa Hana akaa Mn Kiuiaiiaaiur la na bfurs aalima Iba Han. barnt lor llraamr Ibnl lalla M nknal II. Hail fhi l a, naa ailaa tba, JAMI8 CAMERON At avi a Citv . NiaaAta. Mb Hit ktl NATK Ta bn llfnnil knaawnwanl Miming lla trial, WbmIs(, Tk t'alua IVlfl atll ll ii kal im lar hr Ik ruuad IriK Hut V from i Hiut la K , .alraka, 1 l.ra. il anil I lab lo IUlius, Wiu, l't ia wkkk ltkt atll l avM ar Ul aa4 ,l Tamtlay la VU, Jena, Jul. Annual. rWi.l , IM a4 Nov, Mtikal lia .Uilt iill Himla k y tta IU. Una anl llraat .iMaiNit I it 111 iMiurniniu.a tali n or altra I!. It, ttHwatia, Ua'l A4I , Liiisvl, .Nvt, Jl tiy 1 Rural ir i l tt ul I vrU, Ik I w. rvlaiwr ' wiail, 1UMKISH f CMALI TONIC A !! h W4k VuMkV S'ljwl aawa saanaaf twibna, l.rt m annllaaii-wim ii snikni'H t kltA .NkBitHA hrabat ekt Till II I 111 ml J II riTTTT TTTTM il If I I I I I I I IMJ atur itt;HjtT ,1 JI Dr. Ketchum Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Catarrh, x z z Spectacles Carefully Fitted. All Fees Reasonable 226 South 11th ffceBIgM Bte teXlmeUke. Whether yoo aelect tbe All-wAter root by wwy 4 St. Mlehaala, or th overland rowte vIa DyaA, Bkagway, Cooper river, Talia at itlklne, yeu mnat flrat rAch a PaoiAe wort f aaabarkation. Tn hue Oraxdi Wiitiu Railway, Ia eoaieetioA with th D. ft R. O., or Celerado Midland By., It tha hort db rot And popalar route to Baa Fraaoleco, FortlAAd, Taooba or BeAttle. Through eirlag ebawt aad (re reollnlnf chair am from Denver to 8aa Fra aeiaoo a4 Daaver to Pertlaad. Choloe of three roatee thro' th Roekiea Aid the moat manlHoeat aoarr Ia th world. Write to P. A. Wablhaa, 0. P. A.. Belt Lake Uty for aopy of Klondike folder. T Faa-l Soaad a4 AUtka rlat. Tb NortbwMtero-UnloB raoifle la tb direct route to tbe Puget Bound and Alaka point. Morning And afternoon tralna make direct connection At Fre mont with through tourist sleepere And Ire reclining chair car to Portland. Pur correct information call on A. 8. Fielding, city ticket Agent, 117 aouth 10th at., Lincoln, Nab. Klondike, What doa it coat to get there? Wea And bow ahouldone go? What abould one take? Where are tbe mine? IIow much have the produced? Ia work plentiful? What worn ar paid? I living expenaiv? What are one' chance of "making a atrike?" Complete And aatiafactor repliee to the Abovo qnuatlona will be found In tbe Burlington Itoute'e "Klondike Folder," now readj lor distribution. Bixteca pagea of practical Information and aa up-to-date map of Alaaka And tbe Klon dike; Free At Burlington Route ticket office, or nt on receipt of four onta la tftmy by J, Francia, (Wl 1'AaaenRer agent, Burlington Route, Omaha, Neb. The New- Union . ELEVATED I NOW OPEN. It runs on Van Buren St,. Directly in front of tbe Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific station. PaanenKflra arriving in Chicago can, by tbe new Union Klevated Loop, reach Any part of tbe city; or, for a flve-oent fare, ean be taken Immediately to any of tbe lArge stores in tbe down town district Ail Elovated Train will stop At th "Rock Island" Station. Train imr minute. These facilities ean on It ha nl. fered by tb "Great Rock Iiland Koute." 11 you win sund a a cunt stamp for EORtaice we will mail you at once a new Ird'e uy view of Chicago, jut issued in flv color, which show you just what you want to know about Chicago and th new Loop and Klevated Kvatm Thl map you should bave, whether 0o hv out of tbe city arid einect to cAmn to it, or whether you now live in Chieago and you or your friend contemplat making a trip. Addros John Hibak tian, 0. p. a., Chicago, MKvr TOCRIHT CAM LIMBJL Waskly Partonally OondaeUd Kieonloa to Portland, Ura, via Uarllaatoa KouU. On February 17, and every Tbumday thereafter at 0;10 p. m., Pullman tourist leepers, In cbarg of our own eicnrsioo conductor, are acheduled to leave Lin coln for Portland via Denver, Loadvili. Salt Lake City, Ogden and tbe Oregon Short Line, pausing through the graud Mttoenery ol tb Ruckle and stopping several hours in at Halt Lak City to al low a visit to th many point of luteml ther. Ilirth. ticket and full Informa tion may be obtained al II. A M. depot or city ticket ottlee, eornnrol 0 and lOta trt. Geo. W. Honnem C P. U.i, ear ta ralirurala nat Olkar r Ifla Caaal traaalnr. AM a me above rtxitiftlna ann iaa tn tk. tlm enrout. i b NorthwanUm. rnloa Paeifle routs tb lint lonealKhl. oria hour. Ia tkaa by othar lina. Thiavsa iiionav, brtb rat aad Ihlr. l-a hour ol wartaoiu far riding, Al K ramus I eoaarrtbin ar dirvel wit lhrnon-h toarial aad Pullman nlM,r. (hair ear lo (Vtavar, (krdan, Hall Lake eltv, PurtUnilaad Haa Fraaciewi. hia. Ia ear Ikmun-k la Ik enani. tlat iwa. t aad Iwrlk rrarvatlona i. A, 4. lt.ty llrkal aaat, UT aoulb lUta al., I.lniHila, Noh, ' I II I II I p,, , , rtrisaa Itaai U I kWaaa I l II lak, II yua feat l.,! M Ik lUrlitta-tua naa IimI trma al II lw .ta .a.y da. Ma kan0u( vera. ka. tire Iraia wl I'atlmaa lir a. rr ran fliu vkaif nan rb Ji.t l"atajtt aalua tlaiwil. full i Ii m t a .... . mi; m.a, . II a4 Taaib alf-ala Z Mlk. 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