The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, April 05, 1900, Page 2, Image 2

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5The several members of the" People's
independent State Central committee
i pre hereby notified that there will be a
meeting of said committee held in Rep-,
iresentative Hall, Lincoln, Nebr., on the
- low aayci April, iwu, at s o cjock p.
; mM ofsaid day,- for the purpose Jof trans
r acting the following business: -
' 1. To fix the place of holding the
state nominating convention of j said
party, and to reconsider the committee's
former action in fixings upon the 11th
day of July, 1900, as the, date , for hold
v im? said convention, , 'and determine
whether such date shall stand or some
V WaaVjfc, W VBSMWewasw V
3- j To consider . the advisability of
', meeting in conference, with the state
'' committees of the democratic and silver
;. .republican parties upon .such basts of
,,A representation as .the three committees
, may mutually, agree,, for the purpose if
considered advisable, of making a joint
recommendation to the State nominating
conventions of said three parties, such
recommendation to contain a statement
the interests of harmony and success,
believe to b an 'equitable and just di vi
.. sions. of the nominations for state oflL
; ; eers; that is tosay, how many and what
V specific state offices ' shall be filled by
members of the people's independent
party, ana now many ana wuai specmc
state offices shall be filled " by members
pf the democratic party, and how many
and what by the silver republican party;
or to take such other steps as' may be
considered necessary.
other business as may lawfully come
before the committee. 1 " ,
F. I. Mart, J. H. Edmiste5
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rsnorarjirv-. . i ;n airman. .
The silver republican, democratic and
populist state committees have - been
called to meet in Lincoln the 16th, the
silver republicans and democrats to fix
the time and place of holding their state
nominating conventions; and- the popu
lists to fix the place of holding their
convention, and, if necessary, to recon
sider "their previous action in fixing
July 11- as- the- date thereof. It will
probably be deemed advisable to hold
-all three-conventions at the same time
and place, and there is some feeling that
July 11 is rather: too early, being only a
-week after the democratic national oon
Mention. r. ' a..: ; .;-.jv
l- Dt, BuIIIs Cough -Syrup is the best
. remedy. for all bronchial affections.,. It
.is great mistake to allow , a cough . pr
cold to run on; for it may develop serious
, ,throat or lung trouble. , Take Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup at once. '
Specinsn of Purs Gall
- Fbiiaaelpnia frees.
' me most inexcusaDie proposition yet
' ' brought before congress is that to give a
private corporation, the" Economic Post
age association, the privilege of manu
facturing and selling postal cards and
- envelopes for use in the mails. - As the
postmaster general has pointed out, the
. government can do this work better and
' cheaper than any private firm. There is
-no more reason why the right to make
money out of the postal service should
' be given by congress to a private 'firm
- than it should allow some other firm the
privilege of operating without competi-
business. The proposition is ridiculous.
vjuotea in umana i3ee.
, Apply, this argument to the issue of
' a circulating medium. and where will
' you land? "Thfere is no more reason
why the right to issue money should be
given by congress to private firms, than
that it should allow some other firm the
. If ?Al X '
tition any other branch of government
.' : business." ..The Press and the Bee both
1 ia?i a
. To Divide Plums
, Paragraph two in the call made by
"the populist state central committee
". contains a suggestion which should be
fiven careful thought by every populist,
litherto the method of accomplishing a
',. distribution of the offices has been but
. little discussed until the day the three
. conventions meet. Then a 'conference
-. committee of five Or six persons from
- I each convention is appointed, and these
' men, besieged oh every hand by hund
' reds of eager delegates, have been
obliged to work out the method of equi
J table distribution in a short space. of
't ''. tiipe. In the ' past these" committees
. have, fortunately, done excellent work
and the conventions succeeded in nomi
: nating tickets, that were endorsed by the
' pebple at the polls; but there has always
' been the possibility of misunderstand-
ing between tne parues, or dissaustac
tion as to the distribution of offices, en
dangeringthe success of the ticket. If
meet in Lincoln the 16th of this month
should meet in joint session and consid
er tha matter narefullv. kennintr in minrl
the best interests of the people and har
monious action and co-operation of the
' three parties, there is no doubt that
t r their joint recommendation to the com-
great weight' and could obviate the ne
cessity oi a conference committee on
convention day. How many state officers
t should be ': given r to rthe i democrats,
how. many to the 'silver republicans,
- and how many to the populists, is a
nuestion upon which nearly evert mem
ber of all three parties has. -an opinion.
.1 1. A 1 . lii
i r after informing himself as to the indivi-
- - dual opinions in his jurisdiction, ought
r., V be able to act intelligently in behalf
of his constituents. :- ParatfraDh two of
the calL however, is a su-nrestion mere-
,.rly, and,if a majority ,of the committee
.i.ifeel that the allotment of offices to the
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the next 30 days we will send a 25c sample
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C&ANSOI! RHEUMATIC CURB CO.,
w7s every dajjfoa ?irrJir??ekee-yonr
bowels open, and be well. Force, in tbe shape of
violent Dbvaie or Dill noikon. is daueerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping tbe
Dowels clear ana ciean is to taae
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KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
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4iatnf noifta' cKrtiilrl loff until nnn.
vAntinn dsv. that, naturally, is the nro Ti
er course to pursue. Derance.
For the benefit of one or two Nebraska
editors ; who - are endeavoring to show
bad faith on the part of the populist
party toward the democratic party be
cause D, Clenv Deaver was appointed
steward at the institute lor the . deaf by
a populist governor, it might be sug
gested that ; .the; first appointment D.
Clem ever received was from Gov. James
E. Boyd, a democrat.. Neither Boyd nor
Holcolmb are. clairavoyants and they
had. no way of knowing the color of
Deaver s heart. Ulemwas whooping it
up for fusion in 1896 and might be yet if
he were on the the state's pay roll. lie
would not have refused a fusion nomina
tion for governor in 1898 aye, he sought
it eagerly. But his present? actions
show what a hypocrite he was in 1896
and 1898. There may be others in the
populist and democratic parties who are
Clem Deavers at heart; but as fast as
they are discovered they must be thrown
clear over the transom. And those edi
tors who try to stir up discord by un
reasonable charges of bad faith against
their political allies well, their actions
are not conducive to harmony to say
the least. Ve France.
For, Sale
One black shire stallion, registered
well bred fine individual shire, young
and good action. Will give bargain if
sold before April 15th 1900. Address,
W. J. D. Counts, University Place, Neb.
' The question of insurance is one that
a few years hence will attract much
more attention than at present. ; Figures
taken from the records Oh file at the
auditor's office, compiled by Deputy In
surance Commissioner W.B. Price, show
that during the year 1899 the people, of
Nebraska paid in premiums to joint
stock lire insurance- companies the - total
sum of nearly f 1,500,000 and- that they
sustained losses in the" sum of about
$725,000, or less than half the premiums
paid." The figures might be1 tabulated
as follows: . . .. - ' ' ; . .. -
' ' BISKS WRITTEN. V i
By foreign companies;. r. .r tll0fi9346
By domestic companies. . . 10,558,125
Total..,..,.,. $120,887,471
." PREMIUMS PAID.
To .foreign companies,.. ,.,$. 1,330,701
To domestic. companies,.;, ; f, 115,566
Total. ....v. ... $ 1,476,267
LOSSES 'INCURRED.
By foreign companies ...... $ 671,306
By domestic companies . . , , 53,295
. Total . . . .v.: ; r. : . $ 724,601
. , LOSSES PAID.
By foreign companies".. ....$ 628,884
By domestic companies .... . 45,602
" Total :.$ 673,486
4 Figures on the business done , by mu
tual fire insurance companies . are not
yet, available, but it , is interesting to
note that the total valuation of property
3 1 A. . A. V. 11
insurea oj. joint sock. companies is imiy
two-thirds of the total assessed valua
tion pf all the property in Nebraska in
he year 1899. , . .; . ;
ii mm ii i n ,ii i.ii.i.m
Source of Political Corruption v
Under corporate . management all of
the power and, influence of these great
aggregations of Capital, and of all the
men that it controls, is throwninto the
balance in favor of this party or that
A AT i. 'ill "T. iri 1- ''.
parfcjr, uiub wiu BBcreuy ozreo to serve
them the-best; They hold the balance
of power in many, of the states, and they
can elect the candidates of that party
whose posses will agree to be the most
subservient, to their will, and that party
which obtains control by virtue of this
influence is not held responsible to the
people for maladministration of these
great public highways, as they would be
under, government ownership. '
It is because these eleven billions of
railway, capital, together with all the
men which . it controls, are in- politics
clear up to , their armpits and it is
because their capital and these men are
in politics for corrupt and selfish pur
poses, irrespective of the public welfare;
it is because these eleven billions of capi
tal of the trusts are corrupting our
public affairs and debauching our public
men, that constitutes the important
reason why these railways must be taken
away from these corporations. The rec
ord of the last twenty-five years has
demonstrated that the government must
own and control the railways, or .the
railways will control and run the govern-
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I GO-1 64
E. LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
Co-Operation .
' Republican leaders are . vitally oppos
ed to co-operation by the populists, dem
ocrats and silver republicans. In view
of the results brougnt about by such co
operation in Nebraska since 1894, it is
small wonder republican politicians xare
opposed to it. It has deprived them of
every state office, except one judge- of
the supreme Court. It has brought to
light the incompetency of republican of
ficials generally and exposed several
cases of downright dishonesty. State
officers elected by this co-operation have
given the people of Nebraska the best
administration of state affairs ever given
them. And the; people of Nebraska
have shown their appreciation of such
administration .by again and again over
throwing the republican party in 6ne of
its former strongholds and in the face
of the most vigorous campaigns, backed
by a bountiful supply of money, - ever
made in any state. , No one of the three
parties is able by independent action to
overthrow the republican party in Ne
braska. Co-operation of the forces is
not only necessary , to t accomplish any
thing, but in Nebraska the three parties
are bound together by a common be
lief in certain great fundamental princi
ples of government, which render it the
only reasonable and right course to pur
sue. J There is, much less division of
opinion between the populists and dem
ocrats of Nebraska upon minor ques
tions of public policy, than there is be
tween different types of men who vote
the republican ticket year after . year
without a scratch. The silver republi
cans, democrats, and populists are a
unit upon a sufficient number of cardi
nal principles to become one great party,
bearing but one name. But, if they
choose to maintain distinct and sepa
rate organizations, and yet join hands in
defeating , a common political enemy,
that is wholly a matter of their own
choosing,8 a , thing they have an un
doubted right to do, and no one who be
lieves in the right of a majority to rule
will question it- Republican politicians
are vitally interested in stirring up dis
cord between the parties, because dis
cord may mean republican victory.
Dk Fbanck.
, , . .. , . - .
t)oing. one's duty isn't always the
pleasantest thing Jn the world. Land
Commissioner Wolfe .'has kept; up a
steady grind to collect all interest and
and rentals on" school land as fast as it
becomes due, ever since he took charge
of his office. As a rule the people ap-
Elaud him for the excellent showing he
as made. But every now and then a
letter is received which shows that even
roses have thorns.. An old ' resident in
Boone county recently wrote him: "I
wish to know the reason why you are so
very strict in collecting in the . interest
on the school land. I have owned school
land for the last eighteen . years and
never have been pushed as much as I
have been for the last two years."
Uncle. Jake told him in reply that "the
course I have pursued . . has been
the following out of the law ,. . as I
understand it." Uncle Jake might have
made some very pertinent inquiries re
garding McKinley prosperity , in Boone
county, but he refrained.
" No, Not Providence! ;
' The responsibility for5 the' government
of the islands was not thrust upon us by
the act of Providence, nor were they
forced upon us by the fortunes of v war;
but after the peace : commissioners had
been in session one month the demand
was made for the Philippines by the
American commissioners. They urged
in justification of this late demand that
the right to make demands in the future
had been reserved. Sutherland.
Thou Art A Jewel!" :
Under the exclusion act we prevent
the Chinese from coming to our country-,
but we take them in by the thousands
at Manila. We pass rigid immigration
laws to keep out undesirable European
immigrants, but admit 10,000,000 Asiat
ics with one flourish of the pen. The
problem of dealing with 8,000,000 negroes
in our country, in avancing and civilizing
them,' engages the attentin of our
statesmen, yet without a care or a
thought we add 10,000,000 of Asiatics,
Mohammedan Moro pirates, Tagalogs,
Malays, Chinese, and half breeds to our
population as carelessly as if government
in the interest of all the people carried
no responsibility with it. Sutherland.
A FARMER'S WIFE
She Tells tlie Story of One Victim of the
- Standard Oil Trust There are
1 Thousands More.
'. Many victims have been mowed down
by the Standard Oil Company but none
that hurt the public like the crushing of
Edwin E. Clapp.
He was a man without a family; who
never married consequently had no cares
except the public. To that ne was a de
voted lover. ,
Nrbni 186G to 1886 he was a prosper
ous oil operator. In 1873 he was the
owner of one hundred oil wells. When
the panic of 73 came oh and so many
men were thrown out of employment Mr,
Clapp was the oialy man in Wenango
county (Mr. Joseph Sibley's home coun
ty), who gave employment to a large
number 'of Unemployed. Mr. Clapp was
a true Roman in building good roads.
- In 1874 Mr. Clapp built a fine hotel to
accommodate the public.; In connection
with his hotel he built splendid baths,
also a fine ball; room where the young
people could , assemble once or twice a
month and " have a . social dance. But
the pride of his town was a school house
he built. About that time some minis
ters planned to build a church that
Would be a credit to the town of Presi
dent with the intention that Mr. Clapp's
money would do it mostly. They pro
ceeded with a soliciting paper to look up
the all important man. Mr. Clapp wrote
down his name for twenty-five dollars.
This builder of fine churches on other
men's money was crestfallen He ex
claimed, "Is that all you are going to
head this list with? That is not enough
to talk about." Edwin Clapp said,
"Hand me that paper." He scratched
out his name then handed back the pa
per. Suffice it to say the church was
not built then, if ever. It has been many
years since I was there. -
It might be well for the Methodist to
treat the "Thank Offering" solicitors
something like that. It might save this
country from a future war. Martin Luth
er had less reason to object to "Indul
gence offering., It is not easy to throw
off a yoke that you allow some religious
organization to .'establish over you.
Learn to subdue a wrong when but an
infant. Had men of Mr. Clapp's stamp,
hastened to wake up in the early seven
ties they might have : averted the en
croachment of the great oil "Octopus.'
, Thousands of arms from .that great
monster reached over the whole oil coun
try and crushed out the little producers,
emigrated 'west to become farmers and
merchants. . Oil that sold for five to ten
dollars per. bbl.,the first five years of oil
dom,and in 76 sold for three dollars per
bbl., after that, was, controlled , by the
Standard Oil Company that for fifteen
years the market hung near the one dol
lar mark. That "dollar mark" was the
death blow of Edwin E. Clapp and his
oil business. He and two class mates of
mine became partners in oil operations.
The Kahl brothers, were fine young men
and well educated; One A .civil . engineer.
Beth could drill and dress tools. They
worked well and success would have at
tended their efforts but for the 1 indomi
table tyrant, the Standard Oil Company.
Continuing to over-charge for running
their oil from the wells to the large
pumping station in Oil City. Pa.
Patience ceased .to be a virtue with
Edwin Clapp & Co- ,-They concluded to
build their own lines to Oil City. Mr.
Clapp found he had less money than he
had m twenty years , previous, but his
pluck was undaunted. When the lay
ing of . the pipes was accomplished on
ninety thousand dollars of borrowed
money, then the monster that had fatted
on oil,"rared up" as "Samantha" has it,
and would neither buy nor ship their oil.
Mr. Clapp knew that if he built a refiner
it would be blown up. That happened
in '93 when the panic came on. You can
understand the distress. In four years
they laid away Edwin E.' Clapp. Dr.
Ellis said Mr. Clapp preached ,his own
funeral sermon in fife, but he failed to
tell that the Standard Oil Company had
crucified the good soul on a cross of iron
oil pipes. . His physician said he died of
cancer but what is cancer but the acma
of a broken heart. f
Every voter in Nebraska should send
a message of encouragement to Mr.
Smythe who certainly is brave.
very Respectfully, a farmer's wife,
, ' v." V Mrs. Andrew Rice. 1 v.
sharpies cream
able dairying. ' , -
' Separators Profit-
. Coming Our Way
Editor Independent: In viewing the
political situation "in this country every
thing looks more favorable to the fusion
forces, than it ever has. There is much
discontent among the republicans over
the Porto Rico business, and they have
become so dissatisfied with the way the
administration has changed from the
address to the congress of the United
States. j; McKinley first said that Porto
Rico should have . free trade with the
United States, then the sugar trust said
they should not have free trade, that
they did not propose to have free sugaf
and tobacco come into contact with
their trust. So McKinley changed the
whole system of things to suit the trusts.
1 This has upset lots of true republicans
who believe m the Declaration of Inde
pendence and who do not believe in
trusts or imperialism or expansion, nor
in empires. - They- believe in keeping
America as Abraham Lincoln gave it to
us, tfn entirely free peoples If we want
to get free from trusts and combinesr we
must get rid of "the British American
republican party, for" it is the father of
the trusts and combines and class legis
lation.' Can any man put his 'finger on
any law that has . been passed by the
republican party in' favor of the common
people? It has been the policy of the
republican party to tax the common
Jeople and let the millionaire . go free,
t'has been the policy of the republican
party to " put all " the burdens upon the
common people for the last thirty years.
Just go back to the time when they put
the option on the legal tender greenback
to suit the millionaires and threw the
burden on the common people. There
was where the money trust first got " its
start as a trust. The next trust that
was formed was when U. S. Grant was
president, and that was the whisky
trust, and the; ' last whisky trust was
formed in the Philippine islands under
King McKinley. "This makes republi
cans dissatisfied. Do that some more,
McKinley.
Aurora, Neb. W. N. Lakin.
THE LEATHER HEADS
Editor Independent; Your instruc
tive paper comes regularly every week.
Will say I like the tone of it very much.
Keep up your licks and Ve will make
the money sharks, trusts, and imperialis
tic smarties dance to the tune of Bryan
ism next Nov.' 'But ; in order to give
them a good hoe-down, the democrats,
silver republicans and peoples party
men want to come together and by thus
doing, Bryan can be elected by a large
majority. I like the way he talks,- He
seems to be a young Lincoln in princi
ple, and if I mistake not, would work
tor the interest of the masses and give
us a government by and for the people.
McKinley is running over, the people
rough shod. How much , longer will
they, stand it? We talk too much and
do too little.. There must be something
done and that pretty soon or we produ
cers will be Peons. Never has a presi
dent fallen from grace as fast as McKin
ley has. It is a shame .and disgrace to
the people of this country to Took su
pinely on and see the government our
forefathers fought and bled for, wiped
from the face of the earth which it will
be if things go this way much longer.
The people must rise up ; and say this
thing of imperialism, militarism and
treason must stop and that soon. Let
the people have sense enough to vote
themselves right this coming Nov.
You can guess what may happen later
on if fusion is left out in the cold. Most
of the democrats and populists as well
as many republicans are bound to fuse.
However the middle of the road smart
ies are against this and talk of nomina
ting a candidate for president on their
own hook. If they havn't sense enough
to join hands with those who are trying
to save the Ship," let them sink never to
rise again, which will surely be their
fate. Ignorance is bliss with the Leather-head.
J. H. L.
Tombstone, Arizona.
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CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
' - . OFFICE OF i
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
v ' ' ' Lincoln, March 26,1900.
' IT IS HEBEBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
MercHants Insurance Com
pany, of Newark, in the
State of New Jersey, '
has complied with, the insurance law of this
state and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of .
Fire Insurance - ':
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. - :.
Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written. John F. Cornell,
Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
. seal ' Witf. B. Pbice,
-. ; ; Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CEiTIHCATE OF PUBLICATION ;
OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
, STATE OF NEBRASKA ; '
' Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
Mechanics Insurance Com
' pany, ; of " Philadelphia,
in ' the State 1 of Pennsyl
vania, - -
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of. . . ' , . .
Fire Insurance
in this state for the current year nineteen hun
dred. . - . ' -,...
Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written. John F. Cornell,
Auditor Publie Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal " . W. B. Price,
Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICE OF -
Auditor of Public Accounts
STATE OF NEBRASKA
I Lincoln, March 26,1900. '
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that the '
Manhattan Fire Insurance
Company, of New York,
in the State of New York,
has complied with the insurance law of this
state, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of
Fire Insurance
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. - . -i . , t
: Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written. ; John F. Coenell,
Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal Wk. B. Pbice,
- Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICEOF:
Auditor of Public Accounts
STATE OF NEBRASKA
. Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that the ,
Manchester Insurance Com
pany, of Manchester, in
. . the- Kingdom of England,
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of - ,
. Fire Insurance
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. '
Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written. . .. m
John F. Cosnell, 5 .
' Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'&r.
seal W. B. Pbice,
Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
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CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
, OFFICEOF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
' . . . Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, that the
Providence Washington, In
surance Company, v of
... Providence . in the State
of Rhode Island, " - . '
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is 'therefore- authorized to transact
the business of " ,".'."" :'.!.',
... -Eire; Insurance '
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. . . - ,
Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written;
v ' . - John F. Cobvell, .
Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
.' . seal j ; - WrB. Pbice4 7 ,
' M ? fr'r- , , Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATIOII
OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUIITS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
i- ' ' n r 7 tlncoln; March 28, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
Phoenix Assurance Insurance
Company, of London, in
the Kingdom of England,
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is therefore authorised to transact
the business of s .
Fire Insurance
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dreds .'..-''.--
Witness my hand and official seal, the day and,
year first abore written.- John F. Cornell,
' Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal ' ' ' W.' B. Pbice,
Deputy Insurance, Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
. - ';--r . OFFICE OFf :r 'i
Anditor of Public Acconnts
STATE OF NEBRASKA
Lincoln, March 26, 1900. -IT
IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that the :.
Phoenix Insurance . Company,
of Hartford, in the State
of Connecticut,
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of . , . :
Fire Insurance
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. Witness my hand and official seal the day And
year first abore written. John F. Cobnell,
' Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal ' ' -j ' W. B. Pbice,
- Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUIITS
STATE OF NEBRASKA. " '
....-' Lincoln, March 28,' 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
Merchants . Insurance. Com
pany, of Providence, in
the State of Rhode Island.
has complied with the insurance law of this
State, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of . - ' 1 .
Fire Insurance
I in this State for the current year nineteen hun-
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Witness my hand and official seal tbe day and
year first abore written.; John F. Cobnell, :
. Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal ' W. B. Pbice,
... . Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
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CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICE OF '
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
: Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
Reliance Insurance Company,
' - .of Philadelphia, . in the
Sta;e.of Pennsylvania,
has complied , with the insurance law of this
state and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of ' ' p ' "
. .' ,Fire Insurance;
in this State for the current yea? nineteen hun
dred. Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above written. . - - 1
John F. Cobkell,
Auditor Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
seal W. B. Pbice,
. Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
, CERTIFICATE OF, PUBLICATION
: , OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUIITS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT THE
Queen of America Insurance
Company of New ; York,
in the State of Neiv York,
has complied with the insurance law of this
state, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of ,
Fire Insurance
in this state for the current year nineteen hun
dred. "
Witness my hand and official seal the 4ay and
year first above written.'' ' John F. Cobnell,
. Auditor' Public Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
' seal ... w B pRIC
Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICEOF.
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
. STATE OF NEBRASKA
' : Lincoln, March 26, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that the
Pelican , Insuran ce Company,
of New York, in the State
. , of New- York,
has complied with the insurance law of this 1
state and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of , .
Fire Insurance
in this state for the current year nineteen hun
dred... . ' -
Witness my hand and official seal tbe day and
year first above written. John F. Cobnell,
Auditor Publie Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr.
Imal W.B. Pbice,
' Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
CEStTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUIITS
STATE OF NEBRASKA
Lincoln, March 28, 1900.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED that tbe
Prussian, National Insurance
, , Company, of Stettin in the
Empire of German v.
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has complied with the insurance law ef this
State, and is therefore authorized to transact
the business of 4 , ' ; t.
Fire Insurance
in this State for the current year nineteen hun
dred. , - i .. .
Witness my hand and official seal the day and
year first above wri tten. John F. Cobnell,
: Auditor Publie Acc'ts and Insurance Com'sr,
, .. seal. f W.B. Pbice,
, , . r y . Deputy Insurance Commissioner.
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