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July 6, 1899
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Abundant choosing is not the only advantage the stock
offers, you'll know what the others are when you ve seen
and priced. Always interesting, the shoe section is more
than ever attractive now. In every kind and grade of foot
wear prices are leaning toward you coaxmgly. I he weather
suggests comfortable shoes, so we call your attention to
Women's Oxfords. You can start as low as JT tbo and get
extra good shoe service, in a woman's black or tan oxford
and we wish to impress upon you tjiat every pair of shoes
you buy here must be the best for the money. Women s
Oxfords, 'in black or tan kid, with good weight soles, solid
throughout, they sell in many stores for ; $i;75 are here for
Women's Southern Ties, black, kid with vesting tops,
neat patent leather tip toe, cool and comfortable shoes that
we know sell elsewhere for $1.75 and $2.00, are here for
$1.25. Women's Princess low shoes for street or home wear,
black kid with silk elastic fronts easy to put on neat
dressy comfortableonly $1.50. ' TV , , .
Don't buy your summer foot wear without looking
through our line first. Come
A when vnu come to the
shoes and other packages
made a preacher of bim, and tb better
be can beg the better be will auoceed. He
will encoeed fa every way tatter, the
more begging be can do. The second
boy. the biir liar: you must ware a law.
ver out of I) I in. Toe more Ilia be can toll
the totter be will Mooted and tbe more
imDortant canoe be will sot. Tbetbird
boy. tbe big thief, you rouet make a pol
itician out of bin, mean get into
gffloeand steal all tbe money Tie bae a
mind to, and will never get Into trouble,
' Tbe fourth boy, you must make a doc
tor out of bim. lie can kill or cure, and
uo through life happily, for nobody will
know of hie tnisdeads." Of couree tbe
father diaoorered tbe ability and enpa-
ill t lei of ble boys tbrouan tbe ex plana
tion of the fortune teller. He did what
be advised biro to do, and they did euo
ceed and came out at the top of tbe pile.
Not that yon are to be a lawyer or a
politician or a doctor that ie not tbe
question; but you should select a calling,
a occupation, that will fit your com ae
. well ae the old fortune teller fitted tbe
coses of tboae boya. It ia in your bands.
It la for you to dolt
Another little advice I want to give
yon and that U keep out of debt. J
lave watched it for the last slity-flve
years. Nine-tenths of tbe peoploftbat
.get Into debt are not benefited, but In
jured, by contracting tbe debt One
man told me "if I bad felt when I waa
making that debt tbe same as I did when
1 was paying it, I would never have
made it," Now carry yourselves ahead
when you are making a debt, to the time
when yon are compelled to pay It, and
yon will not be likely to make It There
are three cases where perhaps you msy
be justified In contracting small debts,
providing it is not possible to raise tbe
money. One is for an education while
yon are young, another ia for a doctor
when you are aiok, and the other ia for a
-coffin after death. Remember there are
twelve cents on a dollar difference be
tween alx per cent paid and six per cent
received. Never sign a note for another
man; never ask bim to algn for you.
Stand or fall by yourself, if yon have to
fall. Don't drag another man down by
Laving Lim go your security by his
name being on your note: neither allow
bim to pull you down. It will be beet
for both of you, if you both atand upon
your own responsibility. Tbeee are
words of experience and observation. I
have seen It all. I know tbe effect To
day the men in this city who are worth
money, are tbe men who have always
been out of debt. Hut five or six of tbein
are left in the city of Lincoln who may
be considered to-day wealthy, and every
one of tbeee bad not a debt when tbe
bard times came on. It is for you to do
(Jo straight for what you want. Don't
go around the corner on the sidewalk in
order to be fatibonable. Don't respect
tbe sign stuck up:"" Keep off tbe grass,"
but go straight for what you want.
Don't stop to pick up a pin, because you
cannot make a dollar a day by picking
ing pins. Hut, It you bavs nothing elite
to do, you would better pick up pins,
lietteruo a little something and got a
little something, for it is better than to
do nothing and get nothing.
Let me can tion you, be agreeable. No
tloe and speak with tboee below you.
Thoe above you will take ear of thorn.
selves. It Is getting down it is stoop.
Ing to thoae below that elevate you
.more than to roach up to tbotto ajiore
you. There are more who need your
help bulow you than above you. Let
tie latter do tbe reachlug down to you.
jWm't mis foolinha with bulu,
for they do not mil well. (Jauitng,
smoking and drinking do not mix with
buia. if you would dry your brain,
41 you would scorch your soul and ruin
your business, go Into gaming, smoking
and drinking. They are sure receipt
lor failure la luiu-. Da you knu
young mu that we have a llt ol flume
la the etiy who eaa be dettdd on?
Yteitaplau you ought nut to, and
within a niuath, if you are en 141 m a
pWrk ia any of the Mtablib'uvt In
UiMilo, jroursanie will b oa the Mat k
liet, wber it should I. Vuur hrm ur,
your reputation, juu standing te lu
jrusr ua bund
tiMUHtreadvK, IWl rarl n
yuu ate eitty, feltre front bu4 and
ottWtiJ yuu are aut able ! Mlmia
nmfltt thou lit an I rt, At
ttaj-flve jm wili be dA Dig
til jiuh are itlv and kve only
Ave fears fur thaws laiiua and d-
I wimU M ti ad lrM fu as Me
(,! i, lor I h sot gradual! jet,
I'm tll riiog my lwi, I'm, till
tkiiM I d iU mvuwuUtleg knuet
. .!-, I tll have a Ui lot the Ion.
Ui itf ksoUtli I am euliUatieg
tkat tt. It M this iimln of att
Uouabl, t4 mt laWUett, thai imu
imit uU atthiary Wtgbt I on tan da
''t 11 S ktUlkkMHSM
kti r iiv to, si,.
direct, to the tstore from tne
exposition. Leave your old
here, make the Nebraska your
the same. Let ft mill stand and it runts
out faster than It wears out if run dally.
It Is so with tbe mental machinery, It
la so with our physical machinery. The
old men and the old women, I believe,
do not need to become old. Twenty-five
or fifty years from now ask me what I
think then. - . ,
Tbe Oraeltles Vrmttlvi Upon tbe Wounded
bJIr 9t tba, flret bv Their
The following letter was printed in a
Lincoln paper which is written up anj
published for tbs especial delectation ol
tbe mullet beads. . Therefore the imper.
lists are barred from denouncing It as
eopperhoadism.' The inhuman cruelty
practiced upon tbe wounded hers re
corded, was not caused from want of
training and ability on the part of these
officers but from want of the common
traits of humanity, k gentleman who
was an officer in tbs German army called
the writers attention to this article, r
marking that ne was very much sur
prised at tbe statements mads therein.
"Tbsstal in ths Philippines." bs said,
"are all regular arm officers and ars
trained at great cost to perform their
duties. If such a fall ars as this bad been
made in tbs German army, tbe probabil
ities ars that ths delinquents would have
been court martialed and shot. Tbs
least punishment that would bavs been
Inflicted upon then would have been a
dishonorable discbargs from tbs arm.
Tbs bridooe surgeon was tbe proper
officer to make tbs requsitioa upon and
was culpable in that bs did not bavs ths
stretchers there before tbs fighting be
gan. Such a state of affairs would bs
Impossible in tbe German army." -
When tbe mothers of those wounded
soldiers read the following letter tbey
will have a clearer idea than ever what
their sons have hod to suffer in aid of
Manila. P. I.. May 15. (Special Cor
respondent.) It was In the Philippines
luet after tbe breaking out of boetilities
between tbe American army and Aggie's
native aggregation, uneoi tbe volun
teer regituente was sadly in need ol lit
ters. Hbirmisbes with the natives were a
daily mishap. Our wounded were car
ried three aud four miles acroes rough,
and sometimes almost Impaseable coun
try etretcbod acroes a couple ol guns.
To be sunt the guns were ueually wound
aboat with an old ooat or two, but a
man who has ever been carried upon a
gun-Utter can speak with soma under
standing of unquestlonal horrors.
Without doubt tbis regiment needed
litters or stretchers, and none realized
the want mots tbaa tbe eurgeon-innior.
lis at ones made renuleition. by tele
graph, for six littttro. Hinoe, In the army,
all things work through "military chau.
nols," be logically adurMMea bis requiel.
Hon to ths brigade surtreon. Two dure
later he mwived a telegram In rply toll
ing him that ths etmuilivrs were to be
drawn through ths chief surgeuaof tbs
l,lgbth army oorM.
In the meaiitiiiis the fighting went
merrily on aud men re brought In
dally, dangling liiuitly from twoguue.
Therefore one may iinagius the celerity
wlia which the regimental snraeoa
major haatened to lor ward blsrmisiel-
tkrn to tbe chM surguoa, Anotlmr day
pttftoadaud on tbe alternmia lollowlug
tbvrerauHi a thgraut Iron thsehM
surgeon thiol niing lue awxl surveoa
uiior that the litter were In tbe hand
ol tk qtiartHruiaatrr s dtartmutt
Ihrvtitfh wbtMM shwl all diploma U ar
rMUHU ruut be made.
Tbe eurgmta-umlur iu la a quandary,
II saw authr day an I a hall ltqtsg
by without a hoi lor the prwiou
Tb ail day thir was a fight asd
Mor a aaa eouUl b loar! to go to
Manila It iu ahrooa. At a
inouat4 QrUcljr Uartiig a rmiitiis
uma tb rhbt qur triHur, lr u lit.
I, rul iLat baclavvMi atiM Iu la
lb i't uurtritMir imuiW a
at f to tarn viU room ta ll old
MtrfM if ganM s aUiat, 1 b unWIy
iUr4 tb wnlf oiu aud rtwoviNg hM
hat, )rata bM ruiiika to tU
tvt bo MiMiaU thiesi ImomiAS
I m tvft was mv anil it as kmim
aiiat Mor b hsa4 lints o mk at
Mb ah had niiit4 lb eavWoiw h
n4 IMixialont with arar dvblxv.
io a4 rvturamg lb bir, atm lb
t4rly lastvp lata lb tkiwl (rival
um, is Mrir ana aa ttrahiua
al hi eusl and barhward lht id IU
bui.lr tr'(M lata b ratMi wl
the chief, Baluted, and handing his order
to tbe private secretary, stood at "at
tention.'' After carefully reading tbs requisition
tbr private secretary returned it to the
orderly, directing him to present it to
tbs chief himself. The chief ''approved"
and requested ths ntatuesqus orderly to
have the secretary to fix it up.
In one of ths numerous drawors of tbis
confidential personage's desk lay tier
upon tier of rubber stamps. Hefectiug
several of these with mechanical precis
Ion, tbe secretary covered" the back of
ths paper with stamp marks and carried
it back to tbs chief for bis slgnaturs.
When tbs much fingered document
waa again put In ths bands of ths orderly
hs was instructed to take it to tbs clerk
in tbs outer oflloeffor engrossment. Tbe
clerk performed bis task with tbs leisure
ly ease born of long experience, Finally
enclosing tbs requisition, now looking
much llks a page ol Chinese Action. In an
envelops and addressing it to tbs ''Depot
Quartermaster, Manila' bs spnn it skil
fully across bis desk to tbs impatient
It is a good half hour's rids through
tbs narrow,' crowded streets, fnf m tbs
pnlooe to tb depot quartermaster's. It
was already balf past four, and tb
warehouses close at fir. Tbs orderly
rods fast and arrived at tbs gates Just
as tns quartermaster was leaving lor bis
quarters, lie Klancod at tbs envelope,
and directed that it be referred to bis
Up to tbe office, two steps at a jump,
went tbs orderly. Ths chief clerk was
)ut on tbs point of leaving, but bs read
ths requisition, and In the abeenos of ths
major, owned bis desk again and pulled
out pen aud paper, writing, an order to
ths ''post quartermaster sergeant," for
six litters, be guvs it to tbs orderly who
departed In haste, .
The post quartermaster aergtwnt
checked tbe order and in turn mads out
another upon ths warehouse kseiwr di
recting thut bearer bs given six litters.
Tbs orderly traveled double time to ths
warehouse, arrived in nick of time aud
preonted bis order, :
Ths warehouse keepor grumbled at
lat orders in goneral'nnd declared that
hs bod but one llttor left. Hack to tb
post quartermaster sonteant flew tbs or
durly and bad his order changed to ons
litter, then back again to tbs warehouse
keeper. Ths warehouse keeper took bis
receipt for ont litter, and turned tbs
order over to a subordinate, who in
turn called for a Chinese cooiie. and sent
bim lor tbe litter.
Ho it happened that tbs regiment was
made tbs richer by ons litter. For tbe
flvs in default theycontlnusd to uss rilles
and guns, and ths next day tne orderly
went to tbs hospital, stricken with lever.
Now tbis is neither a pisosof fiction
nor a fairy tale. It fs the history of a
prais worthy vicrory won by a private
soldier, wbo accomplished by bia per
tinacity what goueral' bavs snudderea
to attempt, ukmiam yowi
f vlrltaallst Cmpmtlnf ,
Tb spiritualists will bold m camp-
meetinffat Lincoln Park, commencing
July 14 and continuing too days. Tbey
ad ver tine a long list of mediums, ma
terializations, slate writing, trumpet
speaking, vocal conversations with
your spirit friends, etc. Beaeon tickets
75 cents; admission 10 cents. Ptblic
lectures and teste will bs given every
tebblas, Liehty aad MIUHa Pa fern
Kkahmky, Nob., Jul 2. Tbs Bteb-
bins-'Llcbty-an tl-f uelon-mlddle-of the-
has secured a chilly reception from tbe
Buffalo county populists in Kearney
during tbe lost few days. A meeting of
tbe Farmers' State Alliance was to bavs
been beld here at 3 'o'clock Fridey
afternoon. Through a mistake in tbe
call only four or five of tbe members
were present when the chairman called
tbs meeting to order at the city ball,
and owing to the meager attendance It
was decided to adjourn to a future date,
and tbis was done aud no buslnees
whatever was transacted by tbe con von.
Uncle Lucien Htnbblns of North Platte,
cams in ibursday and waa snown
around town yesterday by Hon. J. T.
Mallalieu, ex-euperinteudent ol tbs re
form nchool and recently appointed cen
sus enumerator of tbe Hixth congres
sional district by grace of tbs preeldebt,
and who Is also local correapondent :'
the lies and mat journal.
Samuel . Liehty, ex-deputy Insuraoco
commiseioner and self-apKlnted cus
todian of tbs couwlonc and moral of
Auditor Cornell, has alo beeu in town
tbs greater part ol the tk. Tbeae two
gnntlotnen, with a wnll-doveloped Pn-
chaut fur creating dimMml ia fueion
rank for the ItenuHt ol their republican
Irbind, leave Kearney sadly diMtppolut.
sd itotithial lutrlgur.
Omaha and IJucoln republican dnilfe
eontaluing an aeeountol a uiiwriug ol
lb r arnifw Mat Ailiauu at kwaruity
Friday, at which resolution wr de
riar4 to bar hiq adofitd rnuriit'
fuMua kadi, both aiuwratii and
populist, wr shown today to K.
iUar,'b airman ol tb allium. II
dlarxl tb tatmnt to m wholly
without foundation and niter!
devoid of tb inbJi ol truth.
"totiror svolu mt triday. d
rltr4 Mr, iWiar. "VV alioi(rael with
out traaeaHiug any t)Uikf. whatever,
and tbstttwst sent out ar ko
Iru, Kuiieebouy has "
ltdriuiwt IihUv that a bMwtiuii
aa rwailv M4 t'ndsy aitraoiN at lb
mom ol Mr, l.bb ly at tb V m.Uir !
M. Tbue iirvwel r Mr l.tcht. Mr.
Ibti and Mr. MtlU. Uba tk
liMir ww Hrmly b.r4 tb -tlttr
(4 Mr,t rU .fo. troiu tb iw
ol hi tMftkttl a b(iiiU,l lf(writWa
4tt iwl, rwiy irn4 at t-ii
a,4 r4 i eUiwIy. Mr. Mtbi aiokinj
asd biitl a b ioe4 bt b i
aud ktt e. tt lb ataal lalott.
tioo(.l liroitt. l uhir tote with bU
bMit, lr, MIUik lout! grimly oa
and ottr4 aa wi.hiI U(wtiu,
U b-a 11 ail atef Mr, tJt bty lulorm
el tb gtMMa tht0i4oi lb
oliKa b l ! ! In lb I.iiui
Jktarual aa4 lb Mwtaba w M buUM4
iloa. lb ting tba stljoariid 4
lintlbw Lbbtv t haw, I'M" l.a
mi dida't lit atlit kr troub
Itttaow.. IUdr4i4laiaa avwliag
4 lbs lialuU tvaly AlliwHiur4ajr,
That Is, he asked to be allowed to drop
in. lie was Anally admitted for ths pnr
poseof reading a set of resolutions, but
hs had only scored and had hardly saun
tered into ths back stretch in bis single
dash attempt to break ths record In a
wholoeule roost of all the f union loaders,
when a.'stalwart Buffalo county former,
voicing tho sentiment, of the meeting,
aroiio and informed ths cob-pips states
man from Buffalo Dill's town that bs
was a wolf In sheep's clothing, an all of
ths common enemy, and be bad no place
ia an alliance meeting.
Tbs recalcitrant Lucien was shown to
tbe door and took the train for boms.
Middle-of-the-road malcontents will
find poor feeding in Buffalo count this
fall, and any attempt to defeat a suoess
ful fusion between reform forces hers will
CALIFORNIA FIGS ;
Something more tban a ear ago tbs
United States Department of Agriculture
convinced that tbs fruiting of ths Smyrna
fig la California and ths consequent pro
duction in that state of a fig which
abould equal tbs atandard fig of com.
meros was dependent upon ths Introduc
tion from south Kurope and tbssstab
mitnt in California of a little insect which
in Mediterranean countries fortilhsoe tbs
Kmyrna fig, began a serins at experimen
tal introductions of tbs insect. Ths
question had been studied for sometime
by Mr. (ieorge C. Koeding of Fresno,
Cal and Mr. John Hock of Nlles, Cal.
At Fresno and Nilos numbers of Smyrna
figs as well as wild figs from south
Kurope, in which tbs fertilising insect,
known as Dlostopbaga, envelopes, bod
also been started. Dr. Howard, ths
entomologist of the department of agri
culture, went to California in tbs spring
of IH'JH to look over ths ground in Cali
fornia to ascertain ths conditions, and
to settle on tb best points at which to
attempt the introduction of ths Euro
pean Insect. Another agent of ths de
purtment, Mr. Walter T. Hwlngls, was
sent to south Kurope partly for tbs pur
pose of sending to this countr cuttings
of all varieties of wild figs which could
bo found, and to send over living sped
mens of tbs lilostopbaga.
It was thought worth while to send to
this country tb fruit of tbs wild fig or
ths Capri fig, as it is called, containing
tbe living Insects, and this was dons on
a number of occasions by Mr. Swingle.
A Capri fig tree was enclosed at Mr.
Itooding's place at Fresno, and, on tbs
arrival of tbs Knropean figs, ths insects
which wres found to bs in good condi
tion were liberated within tb enclosurs.
Tbs living iuaeete bad previously been
obtained by correspondence by Mr.
James Hblnn of Nlles, and by Mr, Hood
ing, but tbs insects bad died before re
producing. Mr. Hwlngls adopted a nsw
method of packing for transportation,
sacb fig being carefully wrapped in tin
foil and sealed with wax. Tbs first speci
men were received at Fresno in tbs
early part of May. 1898, but so far as
could bs observed, none of them laid
eggs either from this or subsequent send
ing. All through tbs intervening ear
wild fig cuttings bav been received and
started hinder varying conditions. It
was realized that tbs attempt thus for
described wer very problematical in
their results and that the chances of suc
cess war small. It was planned, there
fore, to ' transplant Capri fig trees into
large tubs and carry them across tbs
Atlantic in growing condition wltb tbsir
fruit and ths contained Insects; and ons
ratber large tree has been sent over tba
present spring by Mr. Swingle.
It now turns out, however, that by
great good fortune some of tbs Insects
Brought over In 1808 did succeed in pen
etrating tbs closed flowers pf tbs Capri
ngs growing at Fresno, and that tbey
laid their eggs and havs practically es
tablished themselves In California. Tbe
first step of the experimental work Is,
therefore, a success. Si ace the insect has
maintained Itself for an entire year there
is reaeon to suppose that It wlllcontinuo
to brood, and that California In tbe near
future will be able to place a fig upon
tbe market which will pomapms ths same
superior flavor as that which bos given
tbe imported nmrna tigs tneir preemi
nent commercial rauk. This flavor seems
without doubt to be dependent upon the
number of ripened seeds within tbe fruit
This fact has boon ascertained through
experiment in tbe artificial fertilization
of Smyrna figs grown In California. Ex
periment were mode by Dr. ,ten and
Mr. Koeding, both with tbs transfer of
pollen from Capri figs by means of a
toothpick and uy moans 01 a blowpipe.
In this way a large number of aeede were
fertilised, probably balf aa many as ars
fertilised by the work of tbe Dlastophaga
In Aalu Minor, but already tb char
acteriUo flavor of ths European tigs
Ths monthly meeting of the Lnneaetor
county landers' club occurred Juno IS,
at tils borne ol Mr. and Mr.Uuu, lonr
aud a half mile south wtof lUymond.
Many vim tor were noted in tin gntiMr
among whom wr Mr, Bird White,
a relumed I'bllliplu solilinr. on that
cams ovrr with tb body of Colonel Htot-
m InM -.WEE
m s m it m if it
sonburg. lie will give a description of
the campaign at Its next meeting and
bring some relics. Tbs club honored him
by making bim an honorary member.
Dinner, the usual feature, was mor
elaborate than formerly. Bright flow
ers were soon all along tbs tobies,, not
little bunches set m small vosea, but
grand big bouquets. An enormous float
was carried In by Mr. Pierce, measuring
about three feet In oircuuiferenoe, a verit
able flotilla of flowers. -
Tbs meeting was opened by singing.
Recitations and readlnga were bad by
ths following young ladles: Dsitbs.
Floyd Jackson, Wssoott, Tburwsll, and
a reading by Mr. Bethuns la broad
Then there was a song by Mr, and
Mrs. Hugglston which is alwas listensd
to with pleasure. Ths cost of cribbing
corn was then discussed, Tbs said
that man do not consider tbs sxpsnsas
Incurred in raising corn, nor tbs man
bard days work in tbs broiling sun,
Tbey bavs to bavs ths ground to raise
it on first, then it takes a good big sum
of money to provide boraoa and machin
ery, build cribs, and In tbe msantlms
tbey bavs to provlds for their living,
then after all Is don comes the tedious
picking by band, frseslng of bands or
foot. Vsrlly tbs furmsni lot la not a bed
of rosos. Ons put tb sstimate at seven
teen cents. Then there wer soma tbat
put tbs coat aa blgb aa thirty-five, mak
ing tbs average about twenty -seres
cents per busbsl.
A STATE CAMPAIGN FUND
Tba State Central Committee, at
Chairman and Secretary of ths Committee to open, through Jth columns
of tbs Nkiiiunk a Inpepknoknt, a popular subscription for raising funds
for ths coming campaign.
In accordance with this action of tbs commlttes, blanks lor such
, subscription, will appear In tbs paper sacb week, and additional plsdssa
-will bs sent to any who appl for them,
Tbs education at work not only of tbs coming campaign, but also that
of 1000, most bs vigorously pusbsd, and our commlttes abould be en
abled to make an aggrosslv flgbt, which can on! bs don b barlvj tea
neoessar funds to push tbs work, ,
Tbs Publishers of tbs Nkhhaska IsugpaxoanT bars kind! undertaken
to receive all subscriptions that ma bs mad and bold all plJ;es for
future pantsnte, publishing from tltns to time tbs list of contributors to
to tb fund, Tb will also publish receipts from tb chairman of tit
State Commlttes, showing tbat all funds received bar been turned ovsr
'to tbe Committe for purposes Intended.
Wbers It 1 convenient to do so, club can bs formed and the rsnittises
b mad In tb nam of such club, or a number of Individual can csi
their subscriptions In ons remittance. W bop for a gfnsrou rseposs to
tbis appeal' Tbis Is a campaign in tb Interest of tb peop!, asd tlr
should bold up tb bands of tbsir servants and leaders a tb mor alcrj
la tbs front rank.
By order of tbe Stat Central Commlttes, People Independent Part
of Nsbraska. J. N. (J AFFIX, Chairman. ,
NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT iHjND,
PEOPLES PARTY STATE CEN. COMMITTEE
Tb undsrslgnsd hereby subrcribs and pays into tb Nsbraska Indspsnd
nt State Fund for tbs us of tb Peoples Part State Committe tb sum of
4 , DEFINED SUBSCRIPTION.
I also agree to send you for as of said commlttes tb sum of.
DOLLARS to b remitted not later tbaa October 10, 1890,
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Olv tbe name, non de plume, or Initials tbat ths Nebraska Independent
may uss in crediting you in its oolums with our subscription.
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Make ail remittances promptly to tb Nebraska Independent, Lincoln.
Nebraska, and mall with this pledge. Organize clubs wbers possible aud
Include several subscriptions in ons remittance. ,
rureal, lUHhhnt, tttnt. Hliht Award ami Jfafafa for Purity,
World' Jixponltton, i'hlraio, iXoj Trn-MIatMMlppl
tinnltUm, vutah, f Soo.
WP.STMW KOCK SAtT CO., ST, LOUIS, MO,
Hal Aft ff J Mwk H C., sad eyaf alt C.
Next week will cnJ one ol thi most tuccesifut ctArin
sales we lave ever conJuctei nJ white iruny other lines 4
vertliei tor this week will be exhamteJ we luve lupptlei
other equally interesting items to (ill their places, Our object
is to clear stocks to make room for the Incoming fall merchaiu
dise anJ price ar J profit cut no figure.
The price quotations during this sate represent a saving
to the purchaser of from 20 to 50 per cent, If you cin't
come to the store, write for circular.
A vote of thanks was given Mr. and
Mrs. Beeson for their hospitality. The
next meeting will be beld with Mr. Josh
Quackenbusn two miles north and four
miles weet of Libcoln, July 20. .
Program: Muslo; select reading by
Mrs. Leonard; recitation, Hattis Mann;
select reading, Mrs. Quackenbasb; reel
tetlon, Nora Pas water; recitation, Mr.
K. It. Jackson; music; discussion,
Sbould farmers form a combination to
ad vanes tbe price of their products, to
bs opened by J. Qaaokeabusb, folio wsd
by Paswater, Mann, Mahan and others.
J. N. Lkonabp, Pres.
R. L. Howmas, Sec.
, Mutual Diiwt,
If there is anything In this world
aore anxious than ths 1 ik on tea
lacs of a bachelor wbo has bsn ba
fulled into holding a baby it Is tea
ook on tbs face of tb baby's mo&ar
lagsrl watching bim while hs doss It
rara' Trwst mt tfiOO fiOO xUaiWn.
A dispatch from Lsport, InL, ttr
Tba Hon. Aaron Jones of t JoMfk
county, master of tba nations! pang-,
eaa In aa Interview that tba proposal
trust of ths fsrmers of tbs Coital
States will be csrrled ont, and tbat it
will make itself felt la das tins, and
neb trusts as art against public inter
est will bear from it. Mr. J ones ear
1,000,000 orgnnixed farmers can make
It sxceeding) nncomfortsbls for trusts
formed to prsctic extortion.
Ite recent meeting, authorised t
GROUND RSCX SALT
UM Rack Salt
Mists, lo Crsaaj,
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Mlata and Wtrkt,
lyoas and tUaopalls, Kaa.
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