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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
GOT A HORSE?
Take pretty good care of him don't you ? Get him shod
when he needs it? Particular about getting him shod
right, of course ? Don't go a second time to man who
didn't do a good job the first time, do you ? You try to
get him shod so he won't fall down "and break his leg,
or his neck if he strikes that end don't you? In fact,
you pay attention to how your horse is shod. Do you
take as much care about how you are shod as you do
about how your horse is? Do you have' your family as
well shod as your horses? You wouldn't think much of
a man who would make shoes out of wood, paint them
black and put them on your horse. Lots of stores sell
just as cheaty shoes for men, women and children as that;
cheats that are covered up. We don't. We sell shoes
that are, honest inside and out where you can see and
where you can't. ' Nebraska shoes are made of leather.
We sell leather shoes for men, women, boys, girls, infants
lion est, stylish, comfortable shoes that mil wear.
xok on pagi 37, 88, 39, 40 and 41 see If there laa't shoe values worthy of your attention. If
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Mention the Nebraska Independent When Writing
The gold democrats met in Indian
apolis this week and declared their con
tinued and undying opposition to Mr.
Bryan and the Chicago platform. They
belong to the same class as the mid-road-ers
the republican aid society.
v ; :
England ha3 already spent nearly
f.3G0,000,000 on the Boer war and we
spent about the same amount on the
war in the Philippines. Imperialism
comes high on both sides of the world,
but then we must havo it. "Its English,
you know." "
The republican editors are unani
mously of the opinion that the foreigner
does not pay the tariff on paper, and
during the next campaign in reply to
any attacks on them they will say:
"You need not quote any speeches on
us. We have changed our minds."
Mr. D, E. Thompson, has published an
"ultimatum" to other republican aspir
ants for the United States senate from
this state. Don't worry, Mr. Thompson,
your chances are as good as those of any
republican, and perhaps better, but the
egislature will be safely demo-pop no
republicans need apply.
Many of the republican speakers seem
very fond these days in referring to the
people as "the populace." That is only
an indication of how.they are uncon
ciously adopting the very forms of ex
pression teat nave been in use in mon
archies for hundreds of years. Just im
agine the curl of the lip of a republican
congressman as helrises to address the
nouse and pronounces tne word "popu
The Irish have a stranee fashion of
graduating from an English jail to the
English parliament. John O'Dowd has
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not continue to associate with the . Eng
lish butchers who were murdering the
God fearing people of South Africa.
The Missouri World jgives'up in the
following words: "In some states it will
be absolutely necessary to change the
name of the Peoples party, as f usionists
control the name. A slight change is all
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radical chance, however, may be neces
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Under the Spanish rule, Porto Ricans
were able to live, though poor and op
pressed. Under the rule of McKinley
the direst distress prevails and the con
ditions that have been produced by Eng
lish rule in India are duplicated. The
government as administered by the re
publican party is a despotism worse than
any to be found any where else on earth.
The inalienable rights of man are ignored
and according to the , majority in con
gress, Porto Ricans have no rights ex
cept what a republican congress is pleas
ed to grant them. This is the first fruits
of imperialism. The vengeance of God is
sure to follow such inhuman cruelty.
McKinley says that the territories are
outside of the constitution that the con
stitution does not apply to them. It has
always been held that if a territorial leg
islature passes an act that is contrary to
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Independent. y1' ; -
and void. If they are not under the con
stitution, how could that be? If any of
these republican congressmen who have
been making long speeches to prove that
territory is outside of the United
States and the people are not citizens of
the United States, goes down into Ari
zona or New Mexico, he will be apt to
find out that that country is not a health-
ul one for republican congressmen to
lve in. r ' '
The eastern dailies are saying . that it
was the .Nebraska beet sugar growers
that secured the passage of the Porto
Rican tariff bill in the house. They
claim that the Nebraska beet growers
had a big lobby there. Now, there is
not a word of truth in those statements.
The men who raise sugar beets in Ne
braska havn't money enough to go to
Washington and lay around there lobby
ing. There was a man there, however,
who pretended that he represented the
beet growers, but he represented instead
the sugar trust and his name was Ox-
nard. What great lobbyists the men
who raise sugar beets in Nebraska would
be! Fancy them going down to Wash
ington and living at five dollar hotels!
A whole year's cron of beets wouldn t
pay their expenses for ten days.
In answer to a correspondent who asks:
wHow are we going to even up things
with the democrats when we hold our
convention nearly two months before
the democrats hold theirs? It seems to
me that if we are going to have fusion
at all, we should have managed it the
6ame way we have always done in Ne
braska, and both conventions should
have met at the same time and place.1
Well this is the way we are going to
en up." The last time the democrats
stole our platform and we stole .their
candidate. This time we are going to
steal their candidate and then make
them a present of our platform which
we are willing tnat tney snail aaopi
a 1 1 1 1 3 A
without the erasure of a word. We
think that will make things just about
1 . si-
Congressman Kentucky Pensions-
Kearney Industrial School Other
The time is near by when candidates
for congress must be nominated. , : It
would be a sensible move to nominate a
pop or silver republican this time in the
First district. The democrats have had
a fair chance twice, : now let us pull on a
new string. The man- should .be nomi
nated who will tull the most votes. We
have a plenty of good men.
There are some queer things in Ken
tucky. Both sides have a coloring of law.
A. man was shot at twice or more, in open
day light, on a public square, by the side
of a friend, other people in sight, and
yet no one can tell where the shots were
fired from or who fired them. One side
lays the blame on his friend in order to
cast odium on the enemy. It really
looks as though there would have to be
a little more blood letting. '
Now another step i3 proposed in the
civil service life tenure in office. It is
not enough to pay the clerks and hansr
erson in W ashington higher wages than
any mechanics, farm hands or factory
men get but tney must nave a pension
for life, after tney quit work. The ob
ject of this move is to let them spend all
their life earnings on lust and appetite
and still be sure of luxury out of . the
earnings of others, in old age and de
We have had, an eye on the Kearney
Industrial School for several years and
we are more and mjre convinced that it
is not near as much of a school as it
ought to be. Those boys can be edu
cated as well as the boys of any high
school, if the right kind of teachers . are
placed over them. There are scores of
teachers in this state that would make
them forget their meanness in a month.
Ten teachers fail in management where
there is one who- fails in book know
ledge. - ,-r
" - A regular course of study should be
adopted and the graduates prepared for
any college. It should be a school and
not a prison. It is not best that all the
teachers should be men. Cities have
learned that the hardest boys and the
hardest schools are best managed by
women. Half of every dayin the year
should be s,pent in the school room. The
Sunday half days should be spent in
moral and religious instruction. Smok
ers, chewers, drinkers and swearers
should not be allowed on the ground, ei
ther among the students, teachers or of
ficers. A good teacher is a rare speci
men of humanity. Neither normal school
nor university can' make good teachers
out of nine-tenths of the human family.
A teacher should be well educated,' and
possess a superior mind naturally. He
should be kind and lead by inspiring
confidence in pupils. He should rule not
by brute force but by superiority and
reason. The Kearny school should bel
be made a sort of West Point academy
and fathers and mothers be permitted to
send boys there before they, become
. Reform schools for girls should be
conducted on the same - general plan.
Let there be ffesh, soph, junior and
senior classes, and let them vie with
each other in learning rather than in
vice. Three or four hours of hard work
will mix in well with that number of
hours of hard stmdy. Play and recrea
tion should be taught and directed by
teachers just as much as recitations.
The teacher of the right stamp will fill
the place of a parent. It has been a
joy, thousands of times to us, to witness
the pupil imitating the teacher in deport
ment and language. There is ten times
the responsibility resting upon the state
in caring for the boys and girls than
to-rejs in c-ri-T fr-r the ic?rn mtienti
in our asylums. The insane cannot be
educated or reformed, all we can do is to
tenderly care . for , their physical wants.
We are glad that we are done hearing of
the cruelty inflicted upon.these unfortu
nate people. A few years ago we often
heard of 1 their being pounded and ac
tually murdered by the keepers.
To tell the truth there are other state
institutions not managed by skilled
hands. It would be well to employ a
secret state detective to look after these
institutions and they should be changed
as often as they are recognized.
News of t he Week
Affairs in the Philippines seem to grow
worse instead of better. Every general
at the front is asking for reinforcements, y
Large bodies of insurgents have been
reported at various places. There seems
now to be no doubt that as soon as the
rainy season sets in the war will be in
full blast again. During that part of the
year these web footed Malays seem to be
at their best and theyWill be assaulting
our posts all over the island. They can
get in their work then and the Ameri
cans can't move at all. The suffering of
our troops even during what is, called
the dry season is horrible to contemplate.
The long lists of the killed and wounded
continue to come, but worse than that
is the almost equally long list of insane
and suicides. The insane and suicides
are not confined to the privates, there
are many officers, some of ' high rank
among them. Otis has been compelled
to cable for a large supply of handcuffs
and leg irons to keep in restraint those
who have lost their minds on account of
the suffering that they have endured.
This is the most horrible war that 'the
world ever saw. And what is it all for?
: There were 505 dead received at San
Francisco a short time ago, and last week
Otis sent another list of twenty-six who
had died in the Philippines besides the
name of eight killed and twenty-four
wounded. After all this suffering and
death we are no nearer the end of the
war to all appearances tnan we were a
year agd. It will not be long until a new
army will have to be sent to the Philip
pines if the present policy is pursued,
for the army that we sent there last year
will soon disappear from the face of the
earth. - '
The contest over the government of
Porto Rico is attracting- the attention of
the whole United States. The question
is whether the constitution follows the
flag or whether the moment the stars
and 6tripes are carried outside of what
has heretofore ' been th-United States,
the flag is no longer tfiesymbbl of ' the
rights of man and constitutional govern
ment but simply the emblem of an army
fighting for conquest r ' ; ;
. , The president at first said: - p
; "Our plain duty is to abolish all cus
toms tariffs between the United States
and Porto Rico and give her products
free access- to our markets."
-But the moment the campaign con
tributors, without whose help McKinley
cannot be re-elected showed up in Wash
ington, he made the most shameful re
treat that ever disgraced a politician,
The pretense that "all the money col
lected will go to the Porto Ricans" is of
a piece with the rest of .the fraud and
hypocrisy and robbery that are back of
this bill. The duties paid upon the food
and clothing of the starving and naked
Porto Ricans will not go back to the
poor wretches who pay it. It will go to
the carpet-bag officials and other agents
of the Government that Mr. McKinley
has set up there, a partial list of whom
and their enormous salaries is printed in
another column of this paper.
In the argument of this case the . re
publicans have shown more plainly than
heretofore their real purposes. They
have distinct dislike to the constitution
and the restriction it places upon the
power of the president. One of them
said: " ... ' '
"Comparatively few men among the
class responsible for government today,
in either the legislative or executive
branch, and perhaps in the judiciary,
have much respect for 7 the narrow re
straints of the constitution. A sugges
tion of their existence with a right to be
respected provokes outbreaks of impa
tience in every debate in congress."
Now that is just what the Indepen
dent has been telling its readers for four
years. It is what every thinking man
knows to be the real sentiments of the
republican , leadership in every state in
the union. The claim that the terri
tories are outside of the constitution
means that they are outside of law and
are subject to the despotism of the rul
ing power and have no inherent rights
whatever. It is the establishment of un
qualified despotism. They think, and
they have reason to think, that the mul
let heads' will vote the ticket anyhow and
they take this position to avoid the task
of attempting to prove that they have
not repudiated the constitution.
The cost of the war is to the English
staggering. - The new revenue bill that
has been submitted to parliament fairly
makes the hair of the average English
man stand on end. In the gold bug
papers of New York and other eastern
states it has been characterized as ram
pant populism. So it is. No nation ever
yet got intoa serious war that did not
have to fall back on the principles o:
popiilica or perish. ' Jingland did it in
fa ;Vr Th jTaswOrw-W,a rH .'
war of the rebellion and now England is
forced to in a certain measure do it
again. The taxes that En2and is im
posing are in reality direct taxes with
the exception of xthe income tax which is
i distinctive populist doctrine. . The
ittle income tax that the supreme court
pronounced unconstitutional is a baga
telle to the one that England has now
imposed. This tax means that the En
glish Jingo who has an income of (2,500
and a family of five persons will find his
taxes increased by the war over one
third. Present Proposed
1 tax. tax
Income .$64.00; $96.00
Beer and spirits. . ..... 23,32 25.80
Tea... 3.20 4.80
Tobacco 9.60 10.80
. $100.12 $137.40
The following are samples of increases
in the English income taxes:" On $1,-OOOi-From
$6.40 to $10.00. On $1,500
From $22.40 to $33.60. On $2,000
From $38.40 to $57.00. On $2,500 From
$64.00 to $66. On $10,000 From $320
to $480. On $50,000 From $1,600 to$2,
400. The English jingo as well as the same
breed in this country are finding that
imperialism comes high. It is less ex
pensive to American kind, however, for
we have do income tax and can't have,
so the supreme court says, and all the
cost here comes upon the men who toil.
In this connection it may be remarked
that it is reported that a suit has been
brought in New York by some of the
rich nabobs there to recover the income
tax that they paid during and subse
quent to the war. If the supreme court
is ' right, these taxes were unconstitu
tional and those who paid them have a
just claim against the government.
There is a nice prospect for some more
bonds. Such a prospect will doubtless
please the mullet heads. '
But the most important news from
South Africa during the week has been
the proposition of Presidents Kruger
and Steyn through the i government of
the United States for a cessation of the
war upon the basis of the independence
of the two republics and the protection
of the f Dutch who inhabit the British
posessions in South Africa. These prop
ositions ; have been received by the Brit
ish government with scorn and Lord
Salisbury has officially announced that
nothing but the complete subjugation
of the two republics and' their disarma
ment will be listened to at all. Kruger
has replied that the burghers will fight
to the end. -
In Africa the Boers have been on a
retreat to their second line of defense.
While all the news we get comes through
the British censors ' hands, it is evident
thai the retreat has been managed in a
masterly way. TheTBoers have brought
away all their siege guns and other ord
nance stores." The British losses up to
the last report have been nearly 16,000
men. Sixteen regiments and many guns
It is enough to make John Bull stop
The situation then is that Great
Britain is openly engaged in a war of
conquest with the determination to
destroy all independent self government
and make the whole domain subject to
the despotism of Great Britain. She
will have a sorry time of it before she
srets through with the job. The Dutch
men are of the same breed that fought
the Duke of Alva, cut their dykes and
turned their country , into a sea rather
than surrender. They have not degen
erated or lost their faith in the God of
It is a common expression that if
England succeeds she will have another
Ireland upon her hands. She will have
something more than that. The Dutch,
who largely outnumber the English in all
South Africa, are not Irish. They are of
a different breed.' England will never
have regiments of Dutch to fight her
battles of despotism for her as she has
regiments of Irish to do it. The : heav
iest fighting and the greatest losses so
far in South Africa have been in regi
ments of Irish.' It is also true that an
Irish regiment is fighting for the Boers.
But if the Dutch inhabited Ireland at
the present time, denuded as it is of
troops, there would be need of Engiish
troops in Ireland. . '
Meiklejohn gave out an interview
which was printed in the State Journal
Wednesday morning, to the effect that
the war was over in the Philippines. In
the make up of the paper, there followed
this statement a list of dead American
soldiers killed in battle and died of
wounds and disease of twenty-five. Of
course no mullet head will have sound
sense enough to put these two articles
together and draw a conclusion of the
probability of the truth of Meiklejohn's
statement. The truth is that for the
last month, our army in the Philippines
has lost from killed in battle, wounds
and disease about one company a week.
How long before a new army will have
to be sent to the Philippines. . ,
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40 HEAD OF 1AOO TO 1900 POUND CHUNKS and DRAFTERS for SALE
lanes and fcis brexs arc naseut s to fiz;h da fa fcaxlntss trlth hln.
On U. P. and B. & M. Ry. ST. PAUL, NEBRASKA
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quicker than any other line. Remember this when you buy yonr tickets.
City Tleket Ofloe Car. Tenth
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1311 Farkam, St-., Omaha.
Fruit Trees, Plants,Shrubs,Pvoses
40 Varieties Strawberries. - ; .
14 Varieties Raspberries.
Other Fruits In large sua ply.
NORTH BEND NURSERIES. X
Send for FREE CATALOG. North Bond, Nebr. Y
.- ' Dodara Conntr. V
IAMS' Horse how at the Omaha
Expo, had all the People Judges,
Superintendents and all ON THE
RUN to see the largest exhibit of
horses on the grounds. MORE
BLACK STALLIONS than all ex
hibitors; more"2,000 pound Horses,
lOUriSl UuiS TO dOulilDiug
. .. .today End Saturday of Ecsh 7c:ko
The Burlington Route via Billingsley is not only the O
shortest by several hundred miles, but half a day O
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