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August 18, 1898
Omaha, August 18, 1898.
Our Fall and .Winter Catalogues, are ready to mail
now. They are out a month earlier than usual this
fall because we want to give our customers a chance to
dress up before they come to the Exposition and because
we bought earlier and our fall goods were made up
earlier than ever before. The advantage is apparent
in our prices, which, notwithstanding a higher market,
are as low and in many cases lower than we could have
sold the same goods for last year. No reputable house
will deny that wool fabrics of all kinds have steadily ad
vanced since a year ago, yet such are our peculiar ad
vantages in the market that not only have we saved our
customers the advance, but we are actually offering
standard woolens for less than the price of last year.
How we do it and where we do it are explained in the
Catalogue, and if you are interested in clothing you
should send for a copy. We mail them, as usual, free
Address Department J.
age quality was not so good aa at the
close of lnat week, and taking that
into consideration some were calling
their droves just as high priced as on
The hogs Bold today about 7Vic low-
er than one week ago, aa will be noted
from the table of averages at head of
column, and about 5c lower than two
Rheep The sheen burn w one
of the Ilvliest places in the yards this
morning. There were about twenty
cars of sheep and lambs, mostly sheep
nd yearlings mixed, and buyers want
them all. The result was a strong
thonging hands readily.
A comparison between present
price and those which prevailed ten
nys or two weeks ago will snow uiai
there has been a marked advance,
amounting to anywhere from 40o up
ward. One thing that hns kept tnis
market very strong is the fuct that
supplier have averaged much below
the local demand, which is of liberal
508 Wyoming grass sheep.... 91 4.35
22 Western grnss sheep 90 4.35
50 Western lambs oa .o
Bumor That Indian Mints Will
Soon Open to Free Coinage
RATIO MAY BE AT 22 TO 1
Trusts and Combines will Consti
tute a Leading Issue in Nine
Ueneral I'artjr Maw.
I I'tople'i I'srty Duress,
Bt.I-ouH, Mo., Auk 1.
While repnblicaus are reiterutlug that
silver lit a dead issue and many of its
most devoted advocates In other parties
seem preoccupied with other issues, it is
showing vitality in other quarters of the
globe. It has been given out In a semi
offlcial manner and Is universally credited
that the mints of India will at an early
date be opened to the free coinage of
silver. The ratio question is not settled.
Twenty-two to one rather than eixteon
to one being desired by the moneyed
class of England. India Istoo busy try
ing to live down the gold standard bred
famine to have a voice in the matter.
One Thomas I'ark seems to have
carved out for himself a new and unique
niche in the temple of fame. He is her
alded as the "great trust promoter."
He it was who. backed by a syndicate of
bankers with almost unlimited capital
formed the first great trust in the United
Btates. It was to control the produc
tion of and wages paid to workmen en
gaued in the manufacture of steel wire
and proved such a success to t he capi
talists that the said l'ark has found un
limited scope for his peculiar genius
since. He is now engaged in forming all
of the glass factories of Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana into a trust. A swt-ep-ing
reduction in wages has already been
The American people are showing
themselves but poor descendants of
those sturdy pioneers who not only re
fused to pay a tax on tea but tossed the
cargoes into the bay. It begins to look
as if the present war and McKiuleyisin
gone riot will leave nothing that we
either eat or drink untaxed, but rather
double tax lor the new war stamps ap
nenr on articles already heavily taxed.
Judge Spencer Atkinsonof Georgia has
decided that all telegrams must tm
stained by the seuder and the copy,
which is delivered at the other end be
again stamped by the company trans
mitting the message. The telegraph
iHiiiiiitkuiea claim that such a law if en
forced would ruiu them. In view of the
fact that the Western Union Telegraph
m m nun v made the tullowiug report to
the Untied Slates Treasury lMtrtmeut.
In 1NU7. we must Utt leave to doubt
their financial ieril if made to share the
harden ol ths war tai With the Ishii.1
No nirwNtc transmitted.... 151. t'1
Total itioou.. iVJ.ttHtt H VJ
Ttat hlum lia.VHii.nr.rt
The a-reed of the great trusts and ror
poratttina dune the present war Is fa I
wlueatiuit the iwilU la the lat'l and
iattaee asd dominant of such bode
aittst t ou l the croat Ueua la the
rttBiKamti of 11M that should ao l
Mutl to aav olhvr.
what with Hi dfinoerat divid-d oa
lamp alma id the Hmris aad hold
14 t ffUurj, the rvpuMa'an split
the same Ma asd tUily
the rabies because Senator Allen ad
dressed the recent democrats conven
tion In Nebraska. He went byepeciul in
vitation and made a speech full of good
points that wero roundly applauded.
He touched un the renublican party for
Its cowardly conduct In regard to the
wur and its uffronterv in taking all
credit for It now; for Its Immense Ihsijs
of bonds and reiterated his belief that
the mouev nueetion must rematu tne
irrnfLt. nnnnHon of the future.
The Nebraska state committee elected
the following ofliners: J. N. damn,
chairman; J. M. Thompson, secretary;
A. J. Williams, treasurer. The face of
their nominee lor governor looks out a
delightful intelligence from many news
paper pages, if ho is, as the disgruntled
citv nolitielnus averred "only a farmer."
Illinois democrats continue to declare
themselves on political points In a man
ner too radical to be culled even popu
listio. It is socialism mire and simple
The doings of Tanner and his gang and
the A en bill together have swung tne
pendulum too far the other way.
WHEAT AND SILVER.
Chicago, 111.. Aug. IB. Wheatr-
Henvy rains all over tne nonuwes
toduy, where the spring crop Is ready
for the reaper, sutrtea wneei. uruu
Ivertniol cables came fid lower, ana
foreign crop report throughout the
eontonent wero reported good. This
bearish aspect was offset by tne con
tinued scarcity of tne casn umcio
there. Kecelpts at the principal west-
rn ninrkels were small, compared
with a year ago, nllhough Itoe north
west reported 314 cars received today,
w lh nrosncc s for a nercemioie m-
crease in tne near luune.
n.re were 00 csrs. Heptcmber opoiied
ir. Iilo-lier ivt OBSfffOBie. rose to Oflc,
' r .. . . J- - - 1 - r ..I.-.
.hn iWllnen to BOITOMBC ji-:nnu-i
began unchanged to jc up ai o.igyt;
63!, aold up to 04c, off to 03Jjc, tlien
up to OJ1C.
't v'..i. A.... m Kiluor Ort fl
1MCW lUIIti i"8
utes, 685fi)50jc; Imr llver,B9g0.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
STOCK MARKET REPORT
Union stock yards, South Omaha,
August 15. Cattle Receipts of cattle
today footed up 178 cars, as against 160
a week ago, 107 two weeks ago 57 three
weeks ago. It was the largest run of
any day since June 21, when 185 cars
arrived at the yards. The receipts con
sisted very largely of range cattle and it
looks as if the run of westerns was fairly
on. Considering that Chicago reported
a weak and lower market the trade bore
was la very fair condition owing to the
excellent local consuming demand.
Cora fed steers were in active demand
at steady prices for desirable kinds, and
the offerings met with ready sale. A
high as $25.154i5.20 was paid for good
cattle, with some prime fat cattle still
There was a world of cow stuff on sale,
the offerings of cows and heifers being
the largest iu a good many days. In
addition to the usual smell lots, odds
and euds, there were several lurice
bunches which swelled the receipts. O
account of the liberal offerings und that
cow Muff has been very high here for
some little time past buyers took ad
vantage of the situation to bear the
market. The lower reiiorts from othe
murkuts also had a liearish influence,
The rvMilt was that oowe mid heif
its were all the wav from lOrti I5e low
er than the close of lust week. Sellers
were a little stow to cut loose und th
trade on that kind of cuttle was slow
fit i in Htsrt Ui finish.
In the feeder division there wits
good ileul of activity. The proportion
of good feeding cut tie wiw rutlie
hiimll un.l bu.wrs were nil anxious for
supplies as hikt Mit-k's receipts were
about ill! cleaned up. The remilt was
thirl tltnirahle Muds were smtpped il
lit n little stronger prices und the kh
Mere mmmi elenr.il.
With killing t-nttle no more tha
steiidy it seriued rlher strung lo -e
(eedern seliltg stMriigrr, but it is null
etlib'iil Ilia I ei!inirnt is UniHiilng
rty liulliklt oil thai kind f cattle.
irKl inuny vstlemen. who vsero srgu
ing m short lime ' thst fenliug et-
lle rre seliiig I.mi hit uiwl 0tit I
i.iwi r. (- itnw talking hifh price
lliet litke thv stdiil thai rtrill men
will lift -rll llirlr rattle uiil.w th
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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
THEO. A. R. REUNION
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 17. AxtaUsr A
Co. renort the following cnicsgo
range of prices:
lPL JMLgiL IJl
Sept 5 05
I)e(f... 03 3
rW'pt. 32 31 33
Dec... 32 32
May.. 34 34
Sept. 20 20
May.. 22 22
Sept. 8 97 . 8 07
Oct... 8 92 8 97
Dec... 0 00 9 02
Sept. 5 27 8 27
Oct... 5 30 5 30 I
Dec 5 S3
Sept. 8 20 18 20
Oct... 8 22 8 23
Chicago car receipts:
Wheat 91 MS
Com 327 622
Oata 203 375
Hoc ...23,000 5,000
Total northwestern receipt, today,
184, year ago today 174.
Chicago Live Stock
Chieacro. Aug. 17. Hogs Kecelpts
23.000. Market opened higher and
turned weak. Light. $3.05(cB4.00
mixed. $3.fi5fa4.05; heavy, $3.00fa4.05,
Cuttle Receipt. 10.000. Market
steady to strong. Hoeves, $4.15f5.C0
Blockers and feeders, $3.25(a4.80; west
Sheep Receipts, 20,000. Markt
steady to JOc lower.
L Tnke Notice.
From this date J. M. Hurks hns the
Lent line of wheat drills, sulky plows and
farm wairons in the market at the nirh
iiricen. Call and see him at .o. l
and 12'. north lHh street, Lincoln, Neb,
The Program aa EDterUtlnlnK One Wlta
Many flood restores
The Q. A. R. tat reunion occurs
in Lincoln September 12 to 17 Inclu
sive. Colonel L. C. Pace, who la
chairman of the state reunion com
mittee, iaa opened up headquarters
a, the Burr block, and he w kept buay
answering commuulcaUona from per
sons over the state who are preparing
to come to the reunion.
The first day of the reunion ft wol-
. - i it .. a n
come adilreas will oe aeiiverexi vy
Governor llolcomb and also by May
or Urahatn. The ceremony for that
day will be the dedication of the camp
which, by the way, naa 'Deen namea
Camp George Dewey, and this cere
mony will consist in a presentation
speech by Colonel L. C. Tace, chair
man of tne reunion committee anu a
acceptation speech, by T. J. Majors,
who la department commander, ad
the evening there will lie a camp fire,
when the art of foraging will be ex
emplified by Sherman's bummera un
der command of Corporal Mart Howe.
Gwnwala C. J. Dllwortli and V, JT,
Manderson will deliver addreases on
Tuesday on the "Atlanta Campaign."
There will be a JIlapano-Amerlcan day
on Wcdneaday, and Senator wunara
V. Allen and General John Thayc
will be the spcaaers. According to
the program, Thursday will be given
over to the Women's Relief Corp and
kindred auxiliary organizations. It
Is announced that Julea Lombard, the
famous alnger of war songs, will 1e
present to make glad the heart jl
grizzled veterans with iliA 'Attiring
melodic of war times. Friday there
will be addreasea by Taul Vander
vnort, C. K. Adams, Lee Eetoll and
others. The camp fire, In the evening,
an event which will close every cay's
proceedings with the exception of Hat-
: . . t. tjj. a...
uniay, win on prewu.M oyer uy voir
tain L. W. Hllllngaley. who will talk
aibout such things as remain after the
others are through.
The farewell addreas will tie tne
event of the last day at 9 o'clock Sat
urday morning. This address will be
delivered by J. wesiey xucaer, ana
the committee lays great stress upon
the fitness of J. Wesley Tucker to fill
the bill and declare that the address
will be worth coming hundreds of
mile to ihcar.
There has been a special effort made
to provide a urogram for this reunion,
the twentieth annual gathering of the
veteran of the civil war, that will be
as good If not better than anything
that has heretofore taken place. In
addition to the speakers whose names
have iM-en entered In the published
list, the committee Jiaa a reserve list
of nromlnnt veteTana who have re
ceived invitations. AU of them ham
not agreed to 1 present, but they
have been Invited, and if the come
tihev will be Introduced as sneakers
Among them are General J. C. Cow
In, Colonel L. C. Taee, John Ehrhardt,
1. C. Johnson, P. H. Harry, R. W
Ilnrton, A. H. Weir, M. L. Hayward
and L. F. Rrltt.
The acommodations at the camp
will "be as good as at any encampment
heretofore. The Illumination at night
will le by electricity. Pipes nave been
laid by which good healfihfnl water
will le supplied to the campers, and
all the paraphernalia of camp life will
be available for those who come to
live In tike vicinity of Lincoln for
STYLE & BEAUTY
Are two important points to be consid
ered in the selection of Fall and Winter
Dress Goods. We are showing some o
the bandsomost patterns ever sent out
from the loom, all the newest weaves in
plain and fancy patterns; la short, the
cream of the season's artistic novelties.
Our line of black dress goods Is especially
complete, and comprises all the latest
patterns In Crepons, Cheviots, Henriet
tas, Herges, Satin Holeils, Drap de Al
mas, Poplins, Jaequerds, Mohairs,
Whipcords, aud Storm Herges. The
latest things out in French and English
Novelty Cloths in all wool and silk nod
wool mixtures aud all the nsw colors
aud shades; very dressy goods at
reasonable prices. We make a specialty
of single pattern pieces In these goods,
only enough for one suit, no two alike.
Look them over while the stock is com
plete and make a selection for fall wear.
There will be nothing better or mors
tasty on the market this season. Our
new stock of Tuffeta Changeable Silks
Is oo the shelves and ready for your in
spection. All the new shades and com
binations In blues, browns, reds, greens,
etc. Ws carry a good stock of dress
linings, any quality you want, at the
right price, la fact prices are marked
close this season and we are offering ex
ceptional values In every dep't of the
store. This Is a good time to bay.
W. H, LAGEY & SON,
The New Store." 1217 O ST., LINCOLN, NEB.
STATE HOUSE NOTES
l'ay your subscription.
Governor Holcomb and Adjutant
Oneral Barry ere expected home from
their visit to the Second and Third
reglnventa the latter part ot th' week.
The Wright Grain company of Mln
den filed articles of incorporation with
the secretary of state today. The cap
ital atock la (3,000 and the Incorporat
ors are F. R. Klngsley, George P.
Kingaley anul A. I). Wrignt. Th
Moore's Inveatment agency of liroken
I low, with a capital atek of $20,000,
and A. Moore and X. T. Gadd aa In
corporators were also filed this morn
ing. llattery A of Wymote, all that is
now left of the Nebraska state uUlltna,
will go into a camp of drill and in
imuctlon tome time In the near fu
ture, aa the military law of the state
requires that the national guard ahall
be called into ramp each year between
August 10 and September 20. Adjutant
tumoral Harry made a proposition to
the Omaha exposition authorities to
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aes aiuis 'W K falihs In tW
traisltwal aWUuaa. la aeiass
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A REPUBLICAN OPINION OF POYNTER
(Albion News, Republican.)
The New always rejoices at the nood fortune or honor
able recognition of any citizen of lloonc ccunty. It ii thus
we can truly say we rejoice at the honor which was bestowed
on our fellow citizen. V. A. Toynter. in bcintf nominated for
governor on the triple-alliance ticket. If this Mate must
have a populut governor, we brlieve Mr. Toynter will make
the best one uf any of the name mentioned for that office
Laying politic atidc. Mr. I'uyntcr i one of our county's
bout and mt)Ht enterprisini: titint, ami if rlecteil will be a
credit to our county. It U to be regretted that he did not
reieie tlm nuiniiutiun two or four year agt, when h tould
W elt tted. a it would be quite a valuable acquisition to our
county to have a urc enough governor in our midt. It i
too aiHin to judge how hi nomination will be received by
the different conllicting element of the eeral partie par
ticipating in hi krlection, but the unexpected trength he
ihowrd on tht; lint ballot wa 4 nurprUe to eeryUidy.
VhSI it U not probable many republican will feel Inclined
to vote for him, wc predict that the vote ol lloonc county
will U reasonably utUfactory to him.
hava the battery camp at Omaha if
the exposition, would pay their trans
portation. Thl they refused to do.
but offered to arrange jot vne use 01
the old fxxrt for a camp ground and
give the members of the battery free
admission Into the exposition provided
they would drill on the grounds. This
olTer was not oonsiuereo. An oner
was thaw made to the reunion com
mittee to bring the battery to Lincoln
during the reunion next raontn lor
six days If subsistence for the mem
and horsea was furn.Uhed for three
extra days that will be required ,to
have tihein march overland to thla city
and ba'k. The reunion committee is
considering this proposition and It la
not unlikely that battery A wm ue
one of the attractions of the reunion.
LEE CONFERS WITH ALGER,
The Osnersl's Advlna on Culmo Affslri
Bouf hi lr the Admliilstrstlou,
WasiiiNOToif. Aug. 10. Major Gen
eral Lee arrived last night and was at
the war department early to-day, lie
had a long talk with General Cor bin
before Secretary Alger arrived. He
then entered the secretary's room and
a discussion proceeded at considerable
lenirth.devoted mainly to conditions In
Cuba, although General I.ee told the
secretary something about his own
troops. General Lee is here to discuss
the administration of Cuba and, as he
no doubt will lie oue of the coinmls
sloners appointed under the protocol,
the views of Secretary Alger and Pres
ident McKlnley will be made known
to him and be will tender such advice
as his residence in Cuba enables bin?
ONLY A FEW HOURS LATE.
The Surrender Took rises Early Rata
dsy Morning, Washington Time.
Washington. Auir. 18. Now that
the surrender of Manila is officially
reported, it eaa be stated that Manila
Is held bv virtue of the military occu
pation and surrender, and not by
virtue of the protocol. According to Ad'
mlral Dewey's dispatch the surrender
occurred about o'clock Saturday after
noon. The peace protocol was signed
at 4:33 p. m. Fri.luy. It is said that
the difference in time between Manila
and Washington is such that the sur
render, reckoned on Washington time,
would be about twelve hours ahead of
of the time at Manila, or about
o'clock Saturday morning. In point
of actual time, therefore, the signing
of the peuce protocol preceded the ac
tual surrender of Muni la by a few
hours. lint it is a well established
rule of military law, accepted the
world over, that a peuce armistice or
cessation of hostilities, docs not be'
come binding upon commanding of'
fleers until they receive actual notice
rarm ta Kent.
80 scres,2S miles from Lincoln, mostly
oreek bottom. All under tenon. Spring
branch and stoned up well, with pump.
Good bouse, li acres bearlsg orchard, 80
rods from school house, 4 miles from 9
stations. $160 cash In ad ranee. Ad
dress 100, Nebraska Independent. Lin
ENGLAND'S LATEST GRAB.
Unlit ta llsvs ftelMd Territory In Aml.ta
fcqssl la t-lt t fntne.
IIRHMN, Aug. 1 .The JNier here
comment on a dispatch from Aden,
published in the St. 1'etersburg VIihIo
most), declaring thst K.nglaml has as
suiued a protectorate over the whole of
South Arabia, from llab-el-Msndeb
strait to tha Gulf of Oman.
The St. I'elersburg Herald describes
tha Importance of tha uUUWu,
wliioh is equal tne i tent to the whole uf
t rsiue, and eniuprises a Una ut furtin
ration which may in the future iluml
ttM ths ruad tu India sad ait In
dominating tha I'vrslaa gulf and ISr
is a trade,
'h VtMftist he Xi ttung believes that
liuwl will mow a t with energy lu
eure a HMitioa la tha IVrUa gulf.
The Nebraska Mercantile Mutual In
surance company of this city Insures all
classes of good Insurable protierty in
cities and towns In tits state of Nebraska
Including dwelling bouses and contents.
store buildings, stocks of goods, office
and lodge furniture aud futures, scnooi
bouses, churches, court bouses, city bails
and their contents, livestock carriages,
wagons and ot her kinds of property.
They also write a limited amount not
exceeding 1 1,000 on any one risk oo
this company insures againss nr,
lightning or tornado. Ths plan of ths
company Is very simple; it collects at
the time of taking the application ft sum
equal to one-ball ol the old line rates for
Ore and lightning. I ornaoo insurance
Is 5 cents tsir 1100 for three years: 60
cents per $100 for B years. Oo both of
these there Is a small registration lee.
This company was organised April 7.
1807, and tbs first year's business did
not Cost tbs members to oxueed 75 per
percent of the old line rates and it Is
probablo tbls year will cost even less.
This company has only ons loss which
recently occurred, unadjusted and un
paid. It has over three million noiiars
insurance In force and over , four thou
Look up an agent of tbis company be
liseh aa ascriptions.
Subscribers wbo are Id arrears should
remit direct to tbs Indefeudkn I'tm.
Co. Subscription agents are not , au
thorized to collect old accounts, but are
sent out for the purpose ol Introducing
the paper aud securing new subscribers.
Our agents are authorised to collect sub
scriptions at the regular rates from new
subscribers and to receipt for tbs same.
Independent Pub., Co.
Hargalns an Wheels.
For Kale H ave just received another
carload of Wtlsou-Moliiie rubber and
steel tire carriages, phaetons, buggies,
road wagons, which makes our stock
more complete tban ever; 8 rubber tire
cut-under extension top carriages, one
C. spring, the finest on the market; f
rubber tire phaetons, 8 rubber tire road
wagons, 'J rubber tire buggies, and .
We have some bargains In second baud:
8 extension top cut-under carriages
$110, $100, $00; four phaetons, leather
top, $35, $45. $50, $05 and $75; A top
buggies, $.'15, $45. $16, $25, 010; 5 road
wagons, $10, $12, $25; canopy top
road wagon, $20; one $H; 4 spring
wagons, $10, $15, $25, $18; we bare
now just set np seated surreys and
buggies, 8 grades and warranted at
very low prles; call and see and get a
bargalu. Ilampbrey Uros. Hardware
Co., corner Otb and 0 sts., Lincoln,
IS RACHEL NORRIS IN JAIL?
Mr Urf I tm4 tM4 ta Its I
Arrest kt ll Hist. Ark.
1'isi lUlrr, Ark . Aug I.- Miss
Raohsl VI irrUvf t UrtL, aeuedf
tlag iMMnuif li the murJr i( Jta
twf, U Isltevwt In In Jail kr Kw
tuiwe 44 adMitMlua. ta Ike )l Hm
bM alusdutety rvfawt Immm a.tif
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tlutt, RrluUle ru anitf the
ail wUet U a wuwg wkiU wuttt
at4 al Ike slw Us tt a rvuat oeca
s44 ssUslvsty Vy wimuo.
ktle Ike salkufiliaa deny that Mtts
Morris Is las Jail Ikey autk at aiuatl
laslsiR wka Ike wwaii la,
a say tkat ke Is kU foe anWr.
24 PHOTOS 25C
Small but fine.
PHTT, II 0
11' all Till
CWstlpalloa, DysdefssW, BUkta.
Msav KervwM Ills, Kta, AsOtM
t Mwe4 If MtivMaa.
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