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April 20. 1899
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
M' KIN LEY'S WAR.
una Nebnuka Pops Kxproat Their Opln-
ton In Very Plain English. '
f Editor Independent: . J .'
You auk populists to writ what they
think ol President McKiuley'a war In the
Philippines. I regard it as unnecessary,
brutal and criminal. It Is unnecessary,
because the friendly relations which at
first existed between the, pipinos and
our soldiers and sailors oould and ought
'to bare been maintained., Statesman
ship looks ahead, foresees trouble and
avoids it. McKinley is not a statesman
for he cannot sse anything ahead but a
second presidential term, and the mal t
chance of getting there. When the na
tives became suspicious and ogly be
cause of McKmley's. withholding the
nrrtimr guarantees of our nation's good
faith, he let things drift from bad to
worse until toe open rupture came.
Hi dally cablegrams told him of the btid
feeling aud the danger, but he was either
0 Incompetent that he knew not what
to do, or else so brutal that be wel
comed war with its bloodshed and des-
' truction, wholesale slaughter of natives,
the fall of many of our brave boys and
; the floods of tears from the mothers, sis
ters and wives. Would to heaven that
there had been a son of bis own there!
liuttbewar Is more than brutal;. its
criminal. The man who sets people to
unnecessarily taking each other's lives
I In tlm uiirht nf God and in
that of civlllred society; and all the des
',1 . a.1 .1 ..I u,. mi. Im ..Imliml
SWJCWUU aVUiJ rum ui m tii hiuiiuw
Ji bis part, lie caunot plead ignorance.
The conscience ol the country has sat In
judgment on mm ana prouounceu uiia
guilty guilty of criminal neicligence.
McKinley' war has dragged the fair
fame of America in the mire by giving
the lie to her noble professions. Blie en
tered upon the Hpanish war to give lib
erty to the oppressed; but the war bos
turned the Philippines' deliverers into
their destroyers. The advent of Amer
ica's fleet was to break Hpanish power
and bestow sweet peace and noble prog
ress, but we have let slip "the dogs of
war," harried the laud with tire uud In
sulted the women. America's name is
disgruced by this unnecessary, brutal
and criminal war. N. 11.13. ,
You say you wouKilike to have some
of the pops say what they think about
MnKiiiUtv's war in the I'bili unities. I
think it is the most unholy war that has
ever been waged against any class 01
people a most dumriable war. Just to
think of our boys beinir shot down in
that far-off country! Kliot down for
what? Hot in defence of our country aud
homes. No. No, but to satisfy the mon
ey shatks of this country and Kiiglmid.
I think McKinley is letting bis Naiioleou
, nose get away with him, and yew some
times think that he lias not very much
to say in regard to what shall be done,
for he sold his manhood for 'M pieces of
" gold. We cannot expect any thing from
hi 111 for he is In the hands of his friends.
There is but one thing we can use those
islands for, to my mind, and that is to
' colonize them with Mark I lanna, Rocke
feller, Morgan and their' kind, and, in
u.ct, all of our great nabob. Of course
e would have to throw In some of our
great and good ministers, long face and
all, so they could preach to the heathen
and build flue churches for the imported
beatheue from the United States. Then
v we little fellows could have a good time
after we got rid of that lot.
In conclusion i will say all honor to
(Jovernor Poynter for his veto of those
resolutions. The ludeiieodmit is always
lull ol meat. J. L. Williams.
IX Palmyra, Nebr. .
- SWEET, UEFUKSIIIXd slt-ep is giv.
en 'by Hood's Kiirsfl par ilia, which
strengthens the nerve, ioiu's the stoni.
utrli uil overt-omen all !yKM'pt.ic symp.
twins. 1 ou tthould try it.
Hood's Pills are prompt and etlieient,
"ihy to take, e;iy to ojM-rute, '!.' cent.
In answer to an editorial in yonr val
uable paper of April 0, I would like to
say through Its columns tbut I think
President McKinley' policy In tbs Phil
ippines is oppressive and un-American.
The spirit of our policy has always
been sympathetic toward every people
who have etruicglod for liberty with
courage aud fortitude.
Mourn ol our democrats friends In con
grese related speeches made in favor of
the administration when tha speaker
called it "republican war," aud we
all would liked It to have closed with hos
tilities last autumn, bin now tli j (the
-publicans) may claim it for tneir own.
i.y should bug It home to thmivs
n all Its vicarious glory, w no we
rue blue Americans want to irniher
glory frenh Iroiu the Held of bat tit-, w
will select some ous cm pit bis of making a
ctutvt aud but a lot tf braili-us who
do not know what a bedsitd U.
Ws should not stray too far Irom tha
traditions of tha men who bailtbnl a
govtrnnwat lor lbs greatest atuutry of
the graudoet con tin. at the eia shiuse
What Inspiration ree a give to youth
to do iiot.W aad hsioki diia if we allow
to sink la ublttioa tha awiuory o th
Uhb hu (tiugfct and dwd lr the right,
and tit not brand with tlium thona kv
mistsd Ibh. Thy rat! I Mr ting
aaiMi a Hr huh hl duttatl the
wtusj mtta with Ma p.aaaaai.ma and mil
lUry pau, who ttturkiitg Ursai-Uat
tttituaiag th sua asl ktstuwg .wpaaf
wild Ike s.iurats.inM i glut with
ua .biissbI a ualiruta strata of
Miartiai ana el l.ag'aaU, est It w
Ur ta vm auy tlfc sk.xa, I r
ul aisg 'kit t'uaatrt 'tie t4 W ta
aj laait ,( A war,
K, K. Mm .
lluM., N '
Mi tot IfelffwIfeWtlll
1W11 an imi.i tl ttU
vpia'n la tatd In lis 'iilc m
titt .,. m .l. Wll. Kit m a
tt d ll H'SSt 1.1 tk
tMt aula to git aw u-ai aiii I
east tt dm kt axtil et'tiM In d i sm,
uHt kitwu kMi t.jiMM r !
If iavis-iU a m mws d4 1
1 otat .
I at.1 ai m id tit t a I
ka 4 ih trn at a tal-W !
i. Oik Me "i da t fmm ik
I W'piaoe lif t4ki4 ktf dt atiMM es4
churches. I would fight too if anyfor
eiKners came here as the Americans have
there, and while Asuinaldo waited a long
time to flad out what kind of proposals
we had to make, he was simply ignored
and told to keep bis troops outside the
city and was treated as a nonenlty.
They could not find oat McKinley in
tentions, neither could Congress or any
Another said Carnegie must have
found out as he offered to buy the isl
ands' himself and pay 120,000,000.
"Why did he do that?" asked a third
man. ' Because there are iron mines
there and bis money is invested here and
and if some other monopoly gets hold of
those mines and establishes a foundry
there with cheap labor at their com
mand and the countries to be sup idled
at their, very door, where would his
plants be here? "Ah! where would our
workers in iron be?" says another. "It's
scheme to get cheap labor to fill their
already overflowing coffers. The gov
eminent woa'tbe in it after the chestnuts
are out of the flre?'V To which they all
That is McKlnley's scheme of reciproc
ity and for finding work for our idle
men, opening mills where labor is cheap
doesn't help us. Those who hurrahed
for McKinley are not as boisterous as
they once were. t-
Uoveruor Poynter did the right thing
to veto that resolution for it brings a
blush of shame to every patriot's cheek
that our brave boye bare to fight in
such a cause. Another remarked that
it was claimed that the Filipinos tired on
ns first; but all the papers said a Ne
braskan fired the first gun.
While our motives were all right at
first, the Lord seemed to fight our bat'
ties, but as soon as the motive changed,
disease and death have been more prev
alent, lint the prayers of all good
Christians will be for the brave Filip
inos. ' -
, That is not bravery that delights In
carnage. H- 1 EMZAitBuwAtiu.
UP TO DATK.
In Nebraska within the post eight
years the wife of one supreme judge has
drawn $8,000 on the ground of perform
ing stenographic work. The stepduugh
terot, another member of the supreme
beiich in five years has drawn $5,000,
aud the son of another commissioner a
smaller amount. In the matter of pro
viding for their families the Judges of
Nebraska courts ur certainly up to
doio-Kansos City Pucker, .
TWO REP. PARTIES. '
The announcement of the candidacy
of Mayor Jones lifts the veil from several
political mysteries of the past, One Is
the frequent announcement of well In
formed politicians that there will be two
republican conventions In Obi in 1800.
This has boon dubbed mere buncombe,
but it Is laughed ut no longer. Reduced
to the Inst analysis it means a battlo to
the death between rival factions of re
publicuns, stripped of the gauze of party
harmony. The two republican conven
tions and two republican tickets would
settle once and for all the question, of
sufjremuey, Chicago Record.
POPS IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Municipal ownership has been ranking
great stride in Crawford county within
the past year. Last summer a water
plant was put in at Cambridge Hprings,
and no man owns a dollar's worth of
stock in it. The city of Meadville bought
out its private water company last Jan
uary, paying two prices for the same,
but everyone is pleased. Conneautville
and Hpriiitfboro decided in February to
have uiiimcipul waterworks. Truly, the
populist leaven is in the meul. Peoples
WHAT IS IT FOR? '
York, Neb., March 20.-S.rKeant Wal
ter Poor, who was killed at Manila, was
brn in Madison county, Ind , April,
1S77. He was two years old when the
family removed to York county. He
was a fnrmer, and one of the fluent spoci
iiimis of manhood in the west. His par
euts rewide on a farm four miles north
of York. The broken-hearted mother
enid todny. "If I could onlv say my dar
ling died for bis couutry. If I could only
say that 1 would 1st content, but he died
trylug to take acouuiry from its own
people. Oh, what is it for?"
Norval was In the habit when Partley
By 0no of Threo Routos
There are three roods
which load from health
In (Hiimuiiiptlutt, Over
.no of t!i-. hhhU pmI
all of that great inultl
todti f Niple w ho dia
tery yer ! -uniimn
li'Ui. r.th rsit U-glns
Willi health and happi
ness aud ends with di
rM and deAth,
First t oad l a klig lit publ
tha krtvl of throat-
rhr Va(fih-t t n.t
th iiiij- mump
Kniittd rv14.l1 t lyt
vt-M-tK'K .wi.l douh
settles ix Ilia lui!i-
wnitfb r.tu4tly rr.w.
tMt tt " CMM'llltt
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i'iit.ii i u ht )..t trtt un tf
Kfll' IVm iH, hH..l R(4ii K'f ttV I tow filil td f if lha
'Kd wlw si suit rtt6ld l'f a i.f trvnit ly IVim , i tlit i
inNsi.l atw Drw th eo-l wh ft 4 it i HiM f tl W''it4 n. fn-jsji-f
t'ii u iil 1 .y tottife t ;a.i I'wfM it4 with.wt d-. iV. t il
Hii.nU. hi i it ', iilii?n! t,i-"i,wfit.i ot a
tl llvHst :.14, .fc-t uttVI i tifi sd f I m( HvtnU 4 t mm! ,
f pllty, et'Mtiitj tp t I :' ' p- M't U fw.r,
Iimsi th I-jmi. t h tu ., i'- et M ;! -!
Inad4 b4 n om .im -, !.(,' , I ur tv 1 n, a
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ti'H Ik -MMte. t-k-i 1 1. M
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rvMt g.n k.ti.Sw'i Win lit4
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iii iv rst w -ir -.. . -t
tad Wtiltes) ! Ir, Itfttxt V.'i -ii.
was state treasurer of bringing his war
rants to the treasurer, securing the cash
from some other fund turning over
hm warrant, and when the tune arrived
to cash the latter, collecting the interest.
The republican friends ol Norval are
pretty sick, and have not mentioned
Cornell's name in several days. Pender
Times, i.r-:;:'' '' ' ' '"' !
.- v NOT FOR TnAT. '
The Colorado soldiers in the Philip
pines went there with the distinct under
standing that it was to end Spanish op
preesion, and give freedom ' to ten mil
lions of people. Tbey did not enlist to
make those people subjects of the United
States.-rDouver Republican. ! ,y.i-. j
NO NAME FOR IT. ,r. ; )
The report of another ftabbath day
desecrated with the awful carnage at
Manila must; touch with agony the heart
of every humane person. Twenty-live
brave Americans killed, one hundred and
fifty wounded and lacerated for what?
Yes, for what! When last summer's dis
patches brouifht reports of our fatali
ties, Americans mingled their tears over
the dead hero, but gloried in the nobil
ity of the fact of striking down a tyrant
Inhumanly oppressing million of earth's
helpless ones. Rut nosr? We grieve
with the sorrowing. It Is true we ad
mire the equal courage and ability and
self socritl e of our Philippine soldiers
but the glory oh, the titter lack of
cause, the stain npou the flag, the poits
of history now written in blood! We
need a name for a new emotion. Pho
nograph. . MARKIIANNA PARTIES.
The Ueacon Light is opposed to any
Cincinnati sails. Ruffalo calls, or 'any
other calls for the organization of nsw
parties. The peoples party platform
embodies all the principles that any oi
tbetn demand, and If those new party
organizers are sincere they can climb
right into the populist band wagon and
blow their horns to help get what we all
want. It Is the serious opiuion of this
paper that the motive power behiud the
movers for so many new parties is no
other than that of the plutocratic
money lords. Reaoon Light.
' AN EXPENSIVE LESSON.
As we said some time since, If the au
ditor was guilty of one-ball of what be
wus charged with, he should be kicked
out of utllce at once. Hut the republi
can legislature or republican eourt could
find nothing against him or his office
wher.fi n he n ad broken any law. They
did, however, whitewash Judge Norval,
of the supreme court, to the bust ol their
ability. This session will be antxpen
sive lesson to thepeople.and they should
look better to the composition of the
next legislative assembly. Polk County
A FLAT FAILURE.
The republican investigation 01 ntate
Auditor Cornell has proven a flatfailure,
The plan of the whole busiuess was to
catch a populist official In dishonest and
unlawful practices, and the investiga
tion bus utterly failed to develop uny
irregularities in the office of the auditor,
lie may be censured (or employing suuh
men as Palm as insurance deputies, and
that is all. Cornell's honesty stands
out in bolder relief ttmn it did before the
investigation. The Fuber.
The Coruell investigation case, flat
tened out considerably, and simmered
down to possibly tbren things. Cornell
was imposed upon by Palm, as was the
whole state; and be should have left
those taeee alone, and not appointed
Simpson, his nephew but in this, after
the pace the suprem e court has set, he
should have nothing but relatives in bis
office, but then the people do not like
nepotism. Rut in the whole business the
state's interests have been carelully
looked after, and not one cen t of the
people's money bos been waited. ,
COLD RLOODED MUM) Ell.
The war department Is just now en
gaged in killing and crushing the Filip
pinos just like the republican papers
used to kill aud crush free silver in the
press dispatches. There is one killing
they are accomplishing, however, and
that Is of a whole lot ol innocent natives
and brave American soldiers. It is called
war, but it is nothing short of cold
blooded murder, and could the fellows
who are responsible for this wholesale
murder be placed on the tiring line we
would hops the Filiptiinos wbiiMd them
outol their boots. Spring Held Monitor.
A Timely Warning.
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t TRUSTS AND -PRICES.
It la a Fallaor That Tro.ta Arc t'nb-
t Ho Ilrnrfnvtor.. , , !
"One of the most frequent arguments
in favor of truHts." euys, ,The United
States Investor, "is tlmt , they reduco
prices. This contention is atisnrd. If
prlcts have fallen, it hns bei'ii becansu
they tended downward with a furce
that' the trusts conld not stay. " Con-"
tinning, The Investor snysi '
."The advocates of, trusts oppear to
tbink that their strongest argument is
the fact that during the existence of
(ho Htandurd Oil trust the price of re
fined oil bus declined in very striking
tnanner. They sttrlbnte the decline to
tbe fact tlmt grcnt economics have been
introduced in the coNt of umnufucturc,
and tbey assert that the trust hits al
lowed tho public the benefit of a good
part of the wiving, We do not fur a mo
ment, believe, however, that it has al
lowed tho public any more thnn it was
absolutely obliged to. The Htntidiird Oil
trust Blurted in to obtain a monopoly
of the oil trudu. To do this implied the
suppression of all competition. Tbe
trust was organized a great ninny years
ago, when tho refilling of petroleum
wus much nearer its infancy in this
country than now. As the bnslness was
more and more developed and as a
larger number of persons went into it
it was inevitable that tbe price of tho
product should full. The downward
tendency wus in tbe nature- of things,
not in tho goodwill of the Btuudard
Oil trust. The price of oil was bound
to full nmler competition to a point
which would admit of only a minimum
profit on the unit of production, a profit
so small as to be miattructivo except in
tbe case i t on cnoribons output. It is
competition or the fear of it and not
any desiro on the part of the trust to
sbure its profits with the public that
keeps the price of oil at so low a figure. "
After giving statistics showing that
the formation of the sugar trnst did
not accelerate the downward tendency
of prices, bnt, on the confrury, had
considerable indnenco in staying it,
with similar statistics on the sole leath
er, rnbber and tobacco trusts, Tbe In
"A trust may bo an apparent mo
nopoly, and yet be tho occasion of com
petition. New plants are started from
time to limn for the purpose of being
bonght oil by it, but before tho trnst
conies to terms it will fight its new
competitor for a time and slush prices,
the public obtaining a temporary ben
efit. Except under very special circum
stances tho trusts cannot increase prices
"If this last is a correct statement,
then a very important consideration
arises. Many of the trusts represent In
dustries which were not very profitable
titior to the . new departure. Now, If
prices cannot be advanced materially
tho profits of tho trnsts must be derived
from other sources, such as " greater
I'conojniije in buying and selling. Were
the trusts capitalized at amounts repre
senting merely tbe aggregate capitaliz
ation of the count (tin ut plants it might
tie possible to predict permanent pros
oerity for them. Rut tho saving from
added economies will not be sufficient
to admit of continuous dividends on the
enormous amount of wutered stock
that bus bceu issued. "
Tnaatlwn ol ihm Farmer. .
When National Urungo Grand Mas
ter Aaron Jones of Indiana was before
tbo national industrial comniinidoti a
short time ago. be expressed tho opin
ion that transportation was tho most
Important question with which the
farmer bad to deal, and bo believed
rates should be made by an independent
commission and that tho railroad com
panies should not be allowed to arbi
trarily fix rates. lie also nsserted that
the trusts should bo controlled, and ex
pressed the bopo that tho commission
would devise legislation to that end.
He thought our consuls abroad should
interest themselves in the agrirnltnral
product of the country ss much as in
its manufacturing Interests, .
Auot her reform suggested was the
lowering of the sukirb s of government
ofllclals. "I renumber." ho said, "when
the salaries of congrcsMiiieii were In
creased from f li.OOti to fl.UiiO. This lu
cres was uiM'le on the plea that tbe
purchasing siwer of the dollar bad de
creased. Now that there lias In en en
iucreaiHi In the pnn lumlng power, we
bear id no agitation fr a reduction of
Mr. Junes sMirrted that the farmer Is
nnf silly and lueqiiituhly taxed, one
fouiSli t vim lliiidi f the liuoniw f the
average ftrm In Indians Wing nfft-wnry
to pay tbe taxes IvIhI upon It. Ilesng
getrd lettlhtloii bs king In uniformity
In taxation, lu the different states. He
was ftvorsrielo a uniform Iiicom tax,
bat t pimd lu the inheritance ls
Th siim niMi 1111 lit Ih the h.'iiw i.f
iviiiH" is Ih it tbe Fiinli-b govrrniuetil
m i! 1 1 ttd to gn tbtu tlm ! b -lo-iis
blltiltrtw and bus Mfct d (of 1 1 0,0.1,1, liu J
a a itstti f In tusble' I lis tHUe d
l atum hi t ibti e p lbs U pbtie
it'UiliiHtit. llM i f L- tl. It of i- fe
im ii- tUsie In Iht rHMtiy. A I
tisdri U S pst. Ihe tHUb gi'"
itiekt bt inid t' tiln I f all lbs
I, It It ItUhk btt'S. wlibh It Imiw
vwttt si-l WMt I lbs rtiopsftyat
tmttl II bt a- ittse: In d-i witK Iks
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tii t.-t t t,( 1 1 Utir bt a i
tU u wUh ttp'H In Ij ll le
p r kl t ( Ut si tnit l.itlia g-'V-tM.iiiit
I. futhKloa liiiiiifhlt e I
Mill, f sit lh ( KMal l
teaut. vii eitlitou.4 KiiLii a l
ttt ) I'lta iImIihI .f 1 ' .it
siM f t t1- a ) 1 1 ut m H it ud
tl, ! 1 fc!f 4 Mt a (( al put
ktli. !. J i s ii f Ibe vtiH
txit.t t w iiii , la K r tni l wild
tlolllU . IUj'4.l, t Kill 1 in j tl
Uitif l i . lii'i In liM4 if tb.jr
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The Girl o! To-day Sp
will be the woman of tomorrow.
She does not Know it.perhap
her mother- doe not fully
imdor&tAnd it: hut Between
t .Hvy, whon .h ;
when she will be & woman J yWA
nr urn; 3 nauyuitaa aiiM
If she Is to be t full-breted, 'iiP
nrontf, healthy woman
muftt'dcvelop ridhtly now.ahe
ii at a crisis. She need more
strength, more diooq to
it over. Dr, Williams Finn
for Pale People are the one
medicine that will dive her
the strtrndth and make the
Our new book. PLAIN
TALKS TO WOMEN, explain
why theae pills are of
ing gin. A copy win
Mist Prnnkle llullmwty, nrMlstesnth Klrest, Ilnllanil, Mleh.,sslit 1
"I sm UI ynnrsolil.st IS I wmn imIuhiiiI wsiik Mint tl Ul uotsiiln iinuerths
dni'lor's I'srs. Oilier treiitiiiniit liroiiK ti L no hrller reull suit ly Urn
time 1 whs tilntlmiii 'itr 0I1I I wii to wsitll J could not walk serots
the Itoor. I whs lrnlily smsi'liitiMl unil my skin I1111I Inst sll color.
The (litft.tr iironnuriiteil that dlNnae niiuiinls. inof my friend ait
vlnil ins to try Dr. W'llliuiis' I'lnk I'lllt r,r Pals I '.-i 111 It. I lioiiKlit a
I101 amllierora I IiimI titkmittll orilioplllt f rmind tlml they were doing
11 m iiood. A iiitllM InurmiNHd and tlm healthy eolor hsun to uliow In
my t'lmukt and lips, I eonllniitHl 10 use tlm pills until I liml tuktn fif
teen lioxes slid found my.Wf pernisiit iilly onrsit. HIih-b tlien I Iihvs
Inid 110 rsturii or my old imulils and rsuiiot rsntemlier wtisu I was to
xirons Hint liHitltliy ss now. t know tlmt lr, Wlllimnt' I'lnk 11 Im for
I'hIs P-oilniivrd my life, anil I liellnv tlmt noothar medlelns eimld
buvr douulU '-l'UASKls 11AIUAW4V. OUuwti 'J'niktl, HuUuitJ.Mieh,
Look for the full name on the pickiic.
William Medicine Co,, Schenectady, N. Y.
Af Hi! lv immP Proprletof Auburn
. U. iVlU I dmf NURSERIES
Grower of general Nursery Stock Apples, Peaches, Pears,
Plums, Strawberries and other small fruits. Can ship on
both 13. & M. and Mo. Pacific railroads, Write for prices or
call at Nursery Headquarters, Auburn, Nemaha Co., Nebr,
at retail WESTERN
324 South 12th, Lincoln,
sewd no rjorjEY
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