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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT"
August 18. 189S
NEWS FROM ALASKA
W. A. Mrs a Rend latsrsstln Letter
greMh Klomllbs Trail to Rsls
Fourth Camp From Glacier, May 80,
lS88.DearBItr:--Iteclvd your letter
written April Olb in anewer to the on
wrote od my arrival here. I bare writ
ten eeveral nine, preeume you bar re
ceived tbem In doe time considering tbe
dietanoe from Nebraska her.
We are camped aboot 15 mile from
the glacier and could not band led an
further on account 0 tbe break up of
spring, We are on a email river ana
buildina1 a boat. Tbe boat will be about
25 feet long and 6 feet acroe the bot
tom, it will cutty all nnr supplies and
will weigh about fl,W)Q pound, flare
bought about 1,000 pound of flour
alnoe we eame la bere a we figured we
would need It to rnn ue ntt summer ae
we would not want to come out earl In
prlng ae we would jut be In a country
where gold might lie found and it would
take most of tine season to get where we
want to go, at least It; look that way
now. We are about 86 mile from Cop
per rirer, exiMKit can go there In a abort
time when the boat le built providing
the loe will be out of tbe lake which In U
mile aero; It lei inline below tble
eamo. We have been whip sawing I urn.
berfor the boat; take large tree and
cot Into board, build up what ie called
a pit abont el text high eoone can
ataod under f be Ir e nod 000 op tbe
opiWf1'. Tt&tfv'brunM Astocdt
board. It lever bard work, to foot
about ae bard ae band ledlng,
(janie la very scarce, have n aome
beaver and two or three duck, found a
nt bad eight egg in It, fried five and
malea cak wltb the other. Have
light bread quite often, It make a big
Improvement from baking powder bin
colt, Have success with bread by kep
Ing the tent warm, At present writing
bave rice, (teaches and bean on th
stove cooking; will have fresh bread for
b?rSf fi io Indiana bave mn none
dWr but aee wwr mey
Moeaultotaare very bad nn here, In
fact will make four of thoee back borne;
we bave a net ting to cow the bed,alo
to wear daring the da ae the are very
Will cloee hoping tble will find all wel
wltb beet regards.
W. A. B.
Klatena lliver, Alnekn, June SB, lo,
Dear Mother:l ahull endeavor to
write a tittle of all I know of tbl country
and bow our parly I gutting along. We
are camped on tble river at 1 h head of
the rapid and they re twenty-two mile
from tapper river. 1 1 may seem etrnuge
to ny we have not reached Copr river
yet but thi route brum u IbO mile
no from the mouth. We have stopisnj
her and built a cache, or In other word
place to store good safely. Klabtof
oor party went down to Copjr river to
ae if w could ue 0011 1 uplt, eo liav re.
turned and are riling a boat eo can pull
op by rope, 1 hi river wa are on rune
very ewift, Moet every one take a um
mer aupply and goe down to Copfsir
river but all get their good wet or
break their boat More they get very
far. We Intend to look around here for
gold thi en 111 mer then umi sledsncvt
full and spring and get up to tbe Tunann
river, that I the preeent arrangement;
olenurseall depends upon circumstances.
oor eupply i good for a year yet. There
are a great number of people going
out, aome are eelliiig and other loee
their good In rivere. We want to buy
more Hour II iioeeible but I gueee it wi
be clieuM-r Inter oii.lt I w iling ut 14 00
a hundred at preeent. I tile country
my md to be boomed by the trnnportu
tlon coinpunle to get people in here eo
thoee who oome with ix monthe euiitil
will una moet of it to get any plane then
they will run Abort ami have to go out
then I understand can't pue over the
glacier until next winter a It I getting
very dangcrou. Weeuw twolndiuue
when we were down to Conner river.
They are catching fUh;tliey aay game le
very ecurce ,weexiectel to get more
game but bave none eo far only a few
fih but I giios It 1 nil up in the moun
tain away from the moequltoe a they
are very bad, have to wear netting day
and night alo make a emudue while wa
rat. Have been a nnnilx-r of bnr seen
and four or Ave killed but game la ecarce
where there are eo many traveling.
Wa bad a very nice trip Iroui the Inet
utmp where we built the boat, we made
about thirty mile one day iy owing a
all on the boat; came arroa large
lake bad a fine ride (lien cam down the
river to the bead of the rapid to camp
making about eighty 111 1 lee from where
we landed. Will cloee hoping that thie
will Ond all well.
VY. A. II.
Klatena River, Alaka, July 13, iNprf
pr Momer auti aii: , 1 have n
friend who le going to aldai hay I
hull write all the new powiitile and
tkeadvQtg ullh opportunity of
eendiug the MM, We are etill ramied
oa the abov mer and ipcl to rviitaia
bere untd lull by ro.iiiig the ur
roundiuii eiuatry lul the water U loo
kighloihi vtni.' et the preerat lime,
I'p In the prmeut writing there ha Uea
wo guiti uweovervti i atmet wu
bail or leo-lhird id Ik mU are
going out ol the roualry, He bv
- every dv, I nukiug etll lor about
iHMiiri 01 ai 11 rmi, tiour mm
worth r kiittilr. whew we ritt
Bret ow it wit lor I It) (Ht, will bkelf
be htir, 1 kl Iru-ed nl tmrku
iloee in il l4T i. there were
iHipie mug orelanter to out out
Tbe eimii4 are parity IherHiiwol
l ewaey $nmg tml a they aa gt ao
rwit wiikoiit a aal opl oat pro
iweilMtf raw oat tern eeimnh in Mi
aloeg wttk oa btauket eo ll.v am to
gel d,iniurii-J um, tHir lateattue
are at iirewet l tutil a ebia
t'iipr rivr a4 hand (el oar good to
It Ik llt then ett aittief giiMver to
Ike Tane titer bet Ik rkaaeee are
air UoaU lor lili gm4 wa the
rtt waitrenl lh Taaaka nvr a It U
aar Ik Kloadike aa ta tk attld belt,
lee lJ:aa are etitl and eiaM la
tkiettteatrf, lky all w to wear a
t'albolie klwiioa mm a lbr mhi
bave !) a atWMkia kr al oa tint,
i vy are ad era M lob, t'aa g
Kiel aatlblaf la tk Wajr of WKweaeia
ad far al amall prhw: thej eaa'l talk
fjuHl Ml make algae, Tbe lo ka ,
Or 20 oenteln an form paya
for Tne Nkdimska Jivoav
pknoknt from now until No
vetuber 15, rhwd in one new
name, or aend a hundred.
We want tbe doubtful votere
ortul the paper thla fall.
Tbe fight le on and every
man luuet do ble duly, A
long pull, atrong pull, and
a pull all together will win.
Help ne to epread tbe truth.
Tiijc Inuki'knoknt will apar
no effort to perpetuate the
work of reform In Nebraeka.
Tble ie an Important elec
tion, Ita result delerminee
whether Kenntor Allen re
turne to Washington to
fight for all yeare more the
battle of the common po.
pie, Mend tbe paper to your
neighbor who la alill unde.
aided. rlpeod 30 cent in a
5ood eauea. You can hardly
0 lee If voo ere worthy the
name of Populiet.
begun (0 com up tbe river eo they are
out for their eupply. It banging tbern
H tbe uu they can cur enouuh for
winter On, ''' faav bad all tbe aulmon
w wanted for our own u a aome
friend bave a gill net. I attended it on
night and caught over twenty, total
weight about 1'Jn pound. Una weighed
2'A pound; bave been smoking aome
for winter ue. The weather bere ie
quite cool; can read rnoet any time dur-
mg in ntgiit, nave plain daylight from
o clock in the morning until 10 v. in.
Moment two window gin for our
cabin eo w can mm daylight if there I
any. Tbe day will b very abort the
winter, lour an"
W, A, Shown.
OUIl FORBION POLICY.
The preeent atlminlatratlon mut
outline ita policy wltb reference U the
territory which baa come under our
control during the war with Bpaiiu
At tbe same time It la tne duty of ev
try citizen to study the question and
dei'ioe what we believe the nest
course to take. J be future of the re-
publlc lay in the bond of the peo
ple, jn other countries tne king may
decide what be want, and attempt
to carry it out rcgardlesa of the con
sequence, but In thi land the people
must be given an opportunity to di
rect the political course, Jf they are
not allowed this right then our gor
ernment i no longer one of the peo
The question which now arise,
since the war I practically over, 1
whether our policy shall be one of ex
pansion and colonization. There are
some whe advocate that It should, and
they nave la a somewhat vague man
ner given some of their reason. This
I proper for them to do Wen use it I
Incumbent npon them to show why
we should enter a new and unknown
course. We must not go Mindly. To
day we are deciding our future. Ter
ritory once annexed CHnnot be easily
disposed of; no mntter what may be
the result, we cannot turn hacV.
rat experience and reason can be
our only guide. History is full of
ample for u to study. There have
always been advocate of Imperialism
and men who were ready to allow the
political map to be arranged through
their blood and lamentations, Hy
comparing the past of all countries
we can better decide what we desire.
We can tell whether we favor exrmn-
slou rather than to develon and tier.
feet our present possessions; whether
wa favor sn extensive rather than nn
inleniiive life and growth.
The friends of annexation claim that
we have outgrown the Idea of Isola
tion; there wa a time when the Mon
roe doctrine wn the proper policy,
but now the nation has irrown strnnir
and her Interest demand that we be
come a world power. Ther should r.
member that we have thus developed
under a policy of tending to our own
business and not allowing Europe to
trouble us. In view of the fact that
the great principles of non-intervention
of the affair of other countries,
and In the light of our great success
a nation, we must attribute at
leaet a Isnre share of this sneeea
result of having pursued this peace
nun rcssqnaiu policy, lleraus
have become strong I no ariru-
In favor of a chsnire. but It Is
a commendation of the pn.tj It ail via.
rs lis 1101 10 lake hmlv il,.n U'
must do nothing lo nuke u wesk.
to make u easily attacked, to lower
our stindanl, to degrade our people,
and to tear down all that we hr- a
fompllahed n fre Institution and
II has been said Ibst we .! nut.
ward, posaesdnn for mlllUrv
tlor that Ihev artofitrtes'lAliiiiuiri.
ane. There ta no queall.tn toil thai w
onii nre.i a large armv and nmv tf
should have a colonial ili.iv ....i
In inie f wur the etieinv h.iuI.I Hh.i
It wise l.i atinek our polo it le. Much
iHMsesslohs would be of nn other lm.
poilante t.i us eeept to lave some.
I Mlif to defeiul, kra Hoi lh
plo of Wi.Ui hi ibis war sh.tw .li.i.i.i
eolotdes Ihe ilifSt ntt tdnre In defend
m iai-ftr. Pi,l Mlru ihe w th
wesketi) h srle, brr rtdniilea. Th
downfall ef aiisla well ss all the
(.. noplirs Ihal r and fell, show
thsl a nsllon lo strong miu U
e..rs.l.U4ll wnlfled. att.l that
olilsl oraUii means tmftinre
led. Ilslkpp ttm an fWtu.nl at
ireiijflk iiirsit mi ittany iUvs lor
the enemy l atlst k Ms.
I nity is lb law of iiatloital tt.
twee, ik U t Mniversal, and the
tisll.tr a that bv UiUtrl It k
roo. I I U .i ackitowlrde Ikeir fully,
t l.l b itrivr Mse, krr ltMitdrles,
fleetly tlertuvt a ttatttr aitd la
hUtoty, eievfl U be drheu Uk
In wUk bt. lierMtatty la br nni
grvMioni kss e rle i.d Uir litmis,
only alter dtsester to withdraw ala.
Tbe Uw ba It Irletttatioa wuk v.
ery pe. pl, and U w IwnmulHg a
rviUd ailoin fMr the true elate
tlAe. J j j.
It baa been contended that we need
colonial possessions for commercial
reason. Tbla contention can only be
baaed upon the assumption that com
merce will not go where there la an
economic demand. If commerce uf-
fera it la due to noma obstruction
such aa tbla country ha been placing
in the way of freedom of trade. If we
purue a liberal commercial policy It
la not necesnry to nave colonic to en
courage trade. Reciprocity awl treaty
agreement will secure the greatest
good to commerce, We muet do ail we
can to make our state atrong and
great, and encourage commerce with
the world. It la not necessary to own
tbla territory to e ablieh trailing
poet and coaling elation. Tula
would give C'mmerce all tbe encour
agement that annexation could, and
it would relieve u from military bur.
den compared with possession. Tbla
would not endanger our atate.
The imperallst may conHldcr tbl
couree eh art of our duty, contrary to
bl hope and our man I feet destiny,
but lu tbl way we will give to tbe
world and preserve to ursejve the
greatest of our effort. We will build
up our atate o that tbe aurrondlng
countrlea may pattern after ua, and
we will Inspire confidence In our
Ighbor. Let u e geographical
ly atrong, from a military standpoint;
united people, atrlvlng for the goal
of greateat advancement.
HENRY AUGUST M1IR,
The Aecle-4mrlcsa Allison,
(Dy I.e.! Couk, a'te Tf C, He Sin,
Th ancient poet tell u there wa
once a time when tbe great god Haturn
reigned lo Italy, and bestowed bnpplnes
and tranquility over all the earth. The
buabaodman gathered in peace the fruit
of hi labor, nod t he field mlbtd with
plenteoua harvests, Tbe liberal art
wor. kedulously cultivated ana every
. j a a
horn wn the a bod w of innocent, t'orti
paring tbl blissful state with their own
degenerate role 01 uiooa and iron, lu
which all the vice had supplanted vlr
tne, they hav banded It down to us as
"The Golden Age," which, they deplored
could never com again.
Thi profqwetive fable, however, of
Pagan writer, the Hebrew 1'rophetsnw
hs a future reality. In thi vision, the
(lod ofjM'fice wa to take th place of the
heathen deitv, "and to teacli u of Ms
way, And he shall Judge among the
nation and shall rebuke many laiople:
and they ahull bent their sword into
ploughshare, and their stsinr Into
lirunffig-booke; nation shall not lift 111
sword against nation, neither shall they
warn war any more."
It I possible that this glowing proph
ecy of Isaiah, al I hough delivered I wenty.
six centuries ngo, moy yet be fulfilled
but, net. a ne imnginoo, through re
llgiou Inllnciice, No more iioteutial
is-rsonnlity than Jesu Christ ha ever
nptenred, yet nineteen centuries of his
iincliing have done little or nothing to
suppress war, even among ill proles
sed followers. Ag after nge the
earth tins bee drenched with the blood
of Christians, slain by their brethren;
and those who bor hi nam have at
such times been animated by the hatred
and ferocity of heathen savages. The
Increased Intelligence and accumulated
knowledge of the most civilized nation
have been xerclsed in developing greater
mean of destruction, find the fruit of
every Industry and the live of helpless
millionaire have been squandered In
wanton or medic war. At the ore
cut moment Europe I an armed cam r
ready lor slaughter, til her sixty mil
lion men twelve million are trained
soldiers. And the new world has re
cently entered on the fatal career of the
old. hut a remote and com pur a lively
Insignificant contest is sufficient to dis
locate the delicate social machinery of
every civilized state, and a dilatory con
test carries lamina to the hearths of the
poor, thousand ol miles from the con
fllct. lu various countries In both hem
isniieree, starving mon nun women uro
r otlugfor bread; what they really want
t an nothing let done, then, to make
war more difllcult? Is the golden nge to
be merely a ihiciic dream, never to be In
any deuree more realixd? We trust not.
ror, II we mistake not, the first faint
streak of the brighter dawn 1 breaking.
In both the old and the new world men
of clear heads and generous heart are
looking forward to a confederation of
the I'liullsh siMtakiiig peoples. And the
slightest consideration of the matter
must con vim every unprtjudhiid mind
that the speedy accomplishment of an
Anglo-American alliance, based upon
sound, eiUltnlil, and ermniieut prin.
ciplee, will lay the loundatloii el a new
era, one which, is-rcliituce, may be
crowned by universal six! isireouinl
America I only a younger l.tiulaud.
moving lit a wider range with a freer step,
r.icfptiug the Immigrant of alien
hmgue, her iwople hav th saum blood
and tradition, th aui literature and
habit, th same proud hutory anJ
m. a th nioihir country. In rIU
gloit, in Mtliilcal and muuuipal frwlom,
a liivenlive gaiH and commercial and
tiduitrial eagerueee, they in alike,
tlreat hnliwa' purvhwaea from th
rutted NutM from April 11(1. I aim.
amouHlml to tllt.tmi.iHiO, or nearly
ou halt id th total American eiporl.
11 other word, alinosl a mm h a t
oiri bsaml by all th rest nlj ik world.
Ir etdoatee ami Udm ourchaael In ihe
ptvmliug )eer 1 1 r tsul. Thus sIhiuI
UIwrrviil ol all Ihetr tHirl wr
bousM by rt hriiiaa wad otttey
part 1 1 Ike Untuh t.'Mtpire, A Ik bah
me id trad l very U'g' ly la Ihsir
Uvur, lb d ltrii.e pro Lies ikeui wita
lts itosits ol iitskleg raak, Is vralmeuls
la ant part ol h world, ami til pur.
i kaaisg la atker roenir.,, 11 al be,
layout! Ike antoual id Ihsir ttpoiiatu
Ikeio. 1 ka their Imawsw Mminv
a4 a I wealik, thslrltniM kniMkoal
t ha v at Hi, aiv IhsIssJ mm4 lhlalie.
Msiae a votttitttti I aim-lh eaUnea as I
irownty ol ad waiu.ss. ty are
ikrvlNW siHineatlv tpisliR'd lo leoHt
Ikepiial ibpoMtiMtt pa,e a 4 Ik
f uiasi.rs ol k wtirld'e ll Interval,
tlrvat hfilsla ad Ik I mii4 miii
nwa,(lksf tne kali lil tk WkU
asbiUliW part id Ike e,iot, ai a-arly
us' third id ail It hWiital. iHlke
laihralmHl itakaedr4 and la att.
nits are 01 1 aroa intttM. aa ol m
kasdrwl WtilHoss il Ihsa lh I'sgllsb
ttfttaat ta imt aiolksr lwa
1kwtriHtWHtreialkliiaf greatly !
feed that el all tk real ol tk wittM
logUr, Tkeir IiIni war aaiuaai a
477 (of which 870 or British,) and ex
need by 60 the uulted navio ol France,
Itussla. Germany, and Ituly.
It will tbu be evident that, united, no
power would venture to attack them
and that the would probably prove Ir
resisted to any possible combination
of powers, aeeiug that their combined
resource are well-nigh Inexhaustible,
lluf It I notorious that l bey are the least
military and least aggressive nation on
tbe earth, if we compare their extent,
their wealth, and population. Their
great ruling motives ar the material
and intellectual advancement of the peo
pie. Doth these are incompatible with
war, and flourish durlug peace, It I to
these Incentives alone, therefore, that we
most look for a revival of the Anglo-
Huxon race, to lend tbe way in thi
grand work, that it would be criminal,
11 uoiiaiat, to reiusait.
It la alwaya unsafe to prophesy, never
tbeless we may venture to forecast the
probable outcome of an Anglo-American
Alliance, instituted for mutual deleuse,
and to keep the world' loiace. la the
first place, every country whose luteili
geuce enable It to perceive that Itslu
lereeis'uiso are best promoted by re
pressing warfare, will desire to share in
the advantages of such eo ullluuce,
France and Germany, would bury
their anlmosltie. and compute with
each other, and with ourselves, in
friendly rivulris only, Austria. Ituly.
and th minor atate would follow, One
power alone might hav cause to regard
thi international policy with hatred siuvv
it would arrest hnrcaruerolconauost.aud
destroy her hop of universal domina
tion, Jly a long course of cruelty, per
fidy, treachery, and the lowest political
art, and through the resource of a
great inilitury despotism, sh boa ad
vanced east and west from th Dultio to
Ihibring'i Ntraita, In a tolid and uubrok
vn lino, and 1 slowly but surely creeping
southward, overshadowing Kuropeuuu
Asia, and menacing the independence of,
it peopl and the causa of freedom,
Whilst wesympatiiiM with her amiable
and Jnoffeukjfe people, and wlah theiu
(iod sptedl we shall do wull to chuck the
pernlciou ambition ol her feudal and
military cniei, which 1 ever agr'iv
and unsurupulou. Since th time of
Peter the 1'reat she bus been the chief
disturbing clement in tturopu, and hu
set th example ol those vast anna
ineut which ar ruining almost all th
nations, and which keep Uussia itself In
jMirpntual poverty. Therefore, If the
Anglo-American Alliance did nothing
beyond curbing her ngresMivuncss, it
would deserve well of mankind.
Hut Japan, also, where, lor the first
time iu history, liberty hu recently been
bom in nn Asiatic country, would nut
u rally welcome the Alliance with opuu
urms, This interesting country uppeurs
destined to play a distiuguinhed part
among the nations, and alruady rank
among the highest powers. 'I he contin
uance of her freedom and prosperity,
demand that she should bu protected
Irom the pressure of H moduli lutrigues,
lu fact, regard it lu any light we will,
whether for the udvuutage of the con
tracting powers, or for the general wel
fare ol the world, no moment could be
more propitious than thi for the Anglo
saxou race to join bands, Europe 1
urmeu ana reuny lor light. The linl
kans, the hot bed of Hussiun plot, are
in a lermunt, ami the name ol war may
burst forth at any moment. Hut Kng.
laud and America united, self-sustaining,
and capable of protecting themselves
against all foes, could exercise a power
ful and unique Influence In nreventliiu- a
conflagration, or of quenching that al
ready begun, 'the terbuleut republics
of Houtb America might also be restrain
ed from their intorminablo civil wars,
and their wealthy Industries be again
revived under more set tied governments.
'el ... . . . .
itius every part 01 l no giooe would par
ticlpate in the blceeiugs of our c -million.
'Ihe greutest statesmen of England
uud America have already preceived its
udvuutugcs, and are seeking the nieuns
of hastening Its advent. iM us all as
sist according to our power, lit every
citizen and every statesman give a
hearty oo-oiteration. We nppcul to our
sisters in both countries, upon whom
the miseries of war and want fall most
bitterly, to join their voices with ours.
Then should we succeed, it may lie that
the coming century will be the com
mencement of n better era for the world.
when nation shall uo longer make war
against nution, but all participate again
n a golden age, so fur us uumuu Iruilly
WORLD. ItgR ALU DAY.
Tbe Espatilion Manaemnt Name
August 14th aa World-Herald Day.
Iu honor of the thirteenth anniversary
of the establishment of the Omaha Keen.
Ing World, which later consolidated with
the llinalia Morulug Herald, the eiist.
eitlon management ha designated Au
glint 'Ji a W orld Herald day.
thi that day th railroads will sell
ticket from nil pari id Nehra ika at
on fare for th round trip and from
some sections for even less, Thertpo.
si Hon will make mcImI hall rale ad
mission lu th evening and a grand di
lay ol flrework will take place apoq
tieiptwilion grounds t U p, 111, At
noou upon noild-llraM day th !
Itor ol Nsbraska ptr will tak
lunch with lh World-Herald upon
the ttiMMiilon grttuads end la the
sltei noon end vnliig ss guest ol th
World-llrld will visit lh iiiidwsy and
titks la as ittaay id it ilurty-lour .
ractlon a tun will permit, At 4 p, in
tit L'lillwd Mteiee bfw saving rvNe wi l
glv aa Mhiltitton ol saving ship
wret k wild druwulad witpl Upon Ik
xgtMHt esar the govinuu et bumbeg.
Ihegrewl Meileaa listtl from tkst'itf id
Met'tM will pier l.oia HlierwiMta aud
sveaisg Htw l he tptMitioa giouads 1
iwn ir vtturt.
Ik Isilien Village, 1 hiMese vnig
Nirwia id a I Niins. Mtrwla ol I w'h
tstrsh Isrnt, Old I UsUliou, imm
Imo s wild aslmsl show, tisrwiaa (lines,
Wild w.tiHs l wl tutor attriMna wdi
pif inrir e- ,iHi"t..ii .r n
a Ik aiaat sve-eww, sa Mtl Ike vkate
end nthrf will t la lull Mt, o ao
rtitis 1 ol lh low twiiroe lrte and nia
ettrwt'tbtw a well alktttir ullh
tl I ILrsId a a ft I ailadae l
wu nor tO'lUVH AMI Ki;u ii,
Only tut fsre la llol Hptln, t. IW,
a.J relura U lh I Ikkurw lie Au.
tM and lath ami Heptvatbef Itftb
filth. iJittll Id dais.
Ileet your ailed and ur fmt WMy
bv a trip l ihle tlslifkifttl rur,
Uet tit kete al lit ft ItHJk atmi
WflV iHllV an nfcror artfcle when such well
TT II J iv UJf known goods as the above can
be had at a reasonable price.
TIlA filflrA t0 Vehicles is where you
I lit JJIttlC can find a house full of the latest
style up to date goods from such well known
RpftiAftihpr we are tne 0y tin town
nwlllWlllfVWl carrying a line of strictly first
class " A " grade goods,
We also carry the finest line of medium priced
goods on the market.
BILLMEYER i SADLER,
2024-6 So. 1 1th St., LINCOLN, NEB.
Would Wet Jtave Lena to Walt.
"Ho you are going to marry that rich
old Mr, Ducats, Well, fa look both
kind end good." "Yea, but he baa
bad heart," "A bad beartr "Yej
that a the reason rn going t marry
Kieumloo te ledlaoapolla,
$11.40 ror Hound Trip,
For above occasion the Klk horn lln
(Northwestern) will sell ticket August
10, 20 and 21 at f 1H.40 for the round
trip, Extreme limit rJeptember 20th
(let other particular at city olflce 117
Houtb 10th struct.
Bend postal card to Conservatory of
Music, I. and l-llh streets, Lincoln, Neb,,
lor onnntituiiy illustrated souvenir catn
logun, Complete musical education at
half the extense of any other school In
Nlehsl I'lsfa Heumlou l llontoii.
Ticket on sale for train leaving Chi
cago KeptemberlO to in Inclusive, at
rateolfiu.oo lor the round trip, and
good returning until Keptember 110.
Also cheup rates to all points east. Ves-
.It.iil..,! 1,. m,. u in ll..ut. .l,I
bll, .iii.i. ni,T.-,IIIH Mitt" HJ 1'imiUHi mil.
solid train to New York. Hate lower
than via other lines. For furl her Infor
mation call on or addres J. Y. Calahnn,
Ueneral Agent, 111 Adam 81., Chicago.
Loan your paper to your neighbor.
remap n win suoscno.
stimulate liver, kidneys
never sicken, weaken or
Hot Spring! soil Rutarn Ons far.
Aug. Oth and 2fith and Keptemlter
lOih and 2Hto the Kikhom line will sell
tickets to Hot Biriug, H, D., and return
a above. Limit 110 day. A. 8. Field
Ing C. T. A., 117 Houth 10th street.
For the Annual Fneampment of th
(1. A. II, at Cincinnati, II., In September,
Ihe I , MON I'ttll lt! will make th
vreatl.V reilueetl rate from Lincoln ol
flu ill) fur th round trip, IW sure your
Inlet rends via Hie I'nloii I'acittt),
I or tlitis ml, lis uud full liifttriiiation
call oa L. U. IHIossou, (leuerwl Atfeut.
that U vcll inatlo aiut tliir,t
Mc, U what rvrr)one wanti
that rnjoyi vlrivintf, Wo can
kjivcj it to you with all ihe
latent improvemtrnti, ami var
lout ttytrt o( numnllna. in
rubber ami nUkrl, or work
inaiihi,H)l ami I'm Mi our
fmc hamrii U ururnatci,
113 So. nth St., Lincoln, Neb,
STUDEBAKER BROS. MFG. CO,
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO.,
BUCKEYE BUGGY CO.,
H. A. MOYER,
TROY CARRIAGE CO.
Nebraska State Insui,.,
For Firo, Lightning Oyclonca,Tor
Dadoos, and Wind Storms. Lo
cated at Fairfiold, Clay County.
CorrMpiirxltmr rondaetsd by i M. aiiforJ,
The above named company Isoneol
the most successful mutual Insurance
companies iu tbu atate. On December
111 t, 181(0, w numbered 20 from the
top us to the amount of insurance in
form, and on December HI, 1007, we
were number D, having passed twenty
other Insurance companies in the year
a to the amount ol Insurance in force.
Jn other word there were only three
other mutual companies in tbe atate
that wrote more Ineurance than thla
company did last year, ami there la only
three mutual companiee in the atate be
side our own company that wrote more
Ineurance in the whole your of '07 than
we have written in the first four month
of 'W, and last week we wrote 71 new
members and tbl amount of fire and
cyclone insurance is 172,840.
Thi company I th cheapeat and beat
company in th atate for fire, lightning,
cyclone, windstorms nod tornadoes.
This company give a perpetual mem
bership fee and issue a perpetual policy.
We never ch arize for makinu- sut
cbuiiKce in said policy provided tbe in
surance la not increased. We never
l b 1 Association I particularly adap
ted to oarrvirur cvclons Insurance FOR
COUNTY COM I'AMLH.
If you have insured vour nronsrtv
by Are in some stock company, on
account of a niorticnare. we will insure
you mralnst cyclones, wind storm and
tornauist tut cheup. orcheaner than snr
other state company. Itelore you In
sure ask aome of our agents aa we have
over 1 no in the field. In case there la no
agen of ours in your locality writo for
an ageury for yourself or reccommendl
eome good live man. Address
J. M. Hankoko,
Mssilng SoTrltftt flraud l.oilgs, lll li r.
llusloa, Mm , Sit. IU-S4 luelutiT.
For thi occasion the Nickel Mate
road will sell ticket at rate ol one far
for th round trip. Ticket oil sale Ket
lumber 10 to IH inclimive, ffood return
iiiK until Heplemls-r !! Inclusive, For
iinrticular address J, Y. Culahan. Uen
eral A tfent, HI Adams St.. ( hlonuo.
iwl os I it
kla tst ttrdup Ml lolfSMdlle
sit. um ih pii i u, bir im. au ths
abev .sl r..sl4 br esij 1 1 , M,t M 1.
aUM.t aii iiM mhim lur Iwsiste
stssms. a f. s4WKi u h..m. a, n.
Oiirworkl th--,t n tkaiitv,
froiwjn pr dtita up.
Alakc Cheese at Home
V1.1" C' Kntlhfr, Ipseisli, H,
lwk. lur lu ra.i Uh priaWd Mlrae
tUtas U ataklag vks. koe
Myieg ttly a(.rw Aayua
Y0r atom f fgii, If i(4,
FutI Qtinx Quu i
or mi iho 0 it, nut in
FrcmjiSirvk. Phmi 255
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