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THIS SEASON WE HAVE
ADDED TO OUR STORE A COM
PLETE CARPET DEPARTMENT
AND ALREADY WE ARE SELLING
A GREAT MANY CARPETS.
IF YOU WILL LET US. HAVE
OUR WAY ABOUT IT WE WILL
' SELL YOU GOOD CARPETS AND
IN ANY EVENT WE ; GUARANTEE
TO GIVE YOU THE BEST TO BE
HAD FOR THE PRICE YOlFARE :4
WILLING TO PAY
WE ARE SHOWING
AXMINSTERS, , ' ,
BODY BRUSSELS, . -
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, :
FOR THE PRESENT THIS DE
PARTMENT IS LOCATED IN THE
BASEMENT, BUT IN A FEW
WEEKS IT WILL BE ON THE
SECOND FLOOR OF OUR LARGE
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN J
OR DRAPERY MATERIALS.
WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THIS
Book and Picture
WE HAVE OPENED A DEPART
MENT IN WHICH WE ARE SELL
AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER
ARTICLES SUCH AS ARE USUALLY
SOLD IN SUCH A DEPARTMENT.
IP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
ANY OF THESE ARTICLES
AND WISH TO BUY THEM AT
MUCH LOWER PRICES THAN
YOU HAVE BEEN ACCUSTOMED
TO PAYING, WE INVITE YOU TO
VISIT THIS NEW DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE OPENED A DEPART
MENT FOR THE SALE OF
WOMENS AND CHILDREN'S
WE PROPOSE TO SELL GOOD
SHOES AND TO SELL THEM AT
'.SHODDY SHOES OR POORLY MADE
SHOES WE WILL NOT SELL.
IF YOU WANT GOOD SHOES WE
CAN PLEASE YOU AND SAVE YOU
News ofthc Week
According to the cablegrams the
cholera is spreading rapidly in the
Philippines and is unusually fatal.
The victims already run up into the
So far, the cablegrams do not an
nounce that any Filipino has been
subpoened to testify of cruelty and vio
lation of the laws of war in any of
the, numerous court martials which
have been called for the trial of officers.
sion it must make in order to get a
general Boer surrender. As yet it
is not prepared to grant amnesty to
rebels, genuine self-government to the
two Boers states at a fixed date, and to
recall Milner all of them essential to
any real settlement, even of a tempor
ary nature. Even it had the grace to
go as far as this or farther, few who
are acquainted with the personality of
the Boer leaders believe that Steya
and De Wet will Jay down their arms."
The meat trust is proving to be the
most far reaching criminal combina
tion ever organized. It has control
of nearly every branch of the food
supply. It is selling spring chickens
at 24 cents a pound. They are last
year's crop kept over in cold storage.
The Chicago papers say that there are
thousands of families in that city
without meat of any , kind. , Rose
water's advice to the working was'
when beef got high to eat chickens.
Tough old hens were selling at 18
cents a pound.
During all the last winter members
of the minority in congress have been
introducing bills to take the tariff
off from meat and cattle. The three
Moguls would not let one of them
reach a discussion. Meantime the
meat trust has been piling up millions
upon millions out of the suffering an J
hunger of the people. But Mark said
there were no trusts and Mark is the
infallible truth teller of the powers
that be. iSo we suppose that we have
just been dreaming, meat is not beyond
the reach of the poor and all the din
ner pails are full.
Secretary Root finds himself In hot
"water. The attempted suppression of
the report of Major Gardener the
truth of which has been established
by the evidence given in the recent
court martials, and the other evidence
that is coming to light has fixed in
the public mind the belief that there
has been a studied attempt to censor
the news in the war department. The
readers of this paper have known that
all the time, but the millions who read
only the great dailies were astonished.
Root's Ideas of government belong to
the past when it was thought to be a
dangerous thing to let the people know
what was going on. Some of the
moss has been scraped off his eybz
and he finds himself the storm center
of criticism, not by democrats only,
but also by many who have been his
supporters. A military censorship in
these days can delay the publication of
news, but it cannot suppress it altogether.
The Chicago Chronicle "is one great
paper." After the overwhelming vote
in favor of municipal ownership of the
street railways it gravely announced:
"Not one voter in 10,000 supposed that
the city could or would buy and oper
ate street car lines." That is the
character of the editorial writing that
every one expects to see in a goldbug
democratic paper and their expecta
tions never fail of realization.
An article recently appeared in the
Eastern papers from a pen of an Eng
lishman, in which he calls the nous?
of lords "a guilded temple of barbar
ism" and speaks of "the tawdry rag of
imperialistic honor." Among oth?r
passages is the following: "The gov
ernment here has stuffed itself so
full with lies for so long that it does
not even know what sort of conccs-
The same writer describing a scene
in the house of lords, which he says
is mainly composed of "ground land
lords, brewers, bankers, law-lords and
bishops" when he listened to a speech
by Lord Coleridge, recently chief jus
tice of England, concerning the dec
laration of martial law in Cape col
ony and the substitution of court mar
tials for the regular courts. This or
der Lord Coleridge said "had annulled
the ordinary liberties of British sub
jects, secured by Magna Charta and
the Petition of Rights, by denying lo
cal courts the right to question the
jurisdiction of military courts." The
effect of this speech upon the "gilded
barbarians" is, described by this writer
as follows: "It was one of the finest
displays of impassioned argument,
firm, concise, logical exposition, vital
ized by concrete instances, to which
I have ever listened but it did not
even raise a ripple of interest In the
stolid, stall-fed, well-groomed figures
that faced the orator. To Americans
It may not appear strange, perhaps,
that this little sacred caste should
be indifferent to the common weal."
That is a very good description of
our own house of lords. One can often
go into the senate of the United States
and hear an eloquent and passionate
appeai for the Declaration of Inde
pendence and the inalienable rights
of man, and the same scene will meet
his gaze. A few sleepy looking sena
tors pickets of plutocracy on guard
to see that the minority do not gain
an advantage will be lolling in their
seats, paying no attention and caring
nothing for the arguments adduced,
and "not a ripple will be raised on tha
face of the stall-fed, well-groomed fig
ures that face the orator." Imperial
ism is always the same thing and pro
duces the same results everywhere.
There seems to be a doubleback ac
tion to this Philippine business. Ma
jor Waller threw the responsibility
upon General Smith and General
Smith says that the order to make
Samar "a howling wilderness" came
from Secretary Root. There is a hot
box, or several of them in the war
President Ingalls of the Big Four
railroad has been talking treason in
Chicago. He said: "Trade always fol
lows cheapness and facilities of com
munication." That is lese majesty to
the great lights of the republican
party. They have always told ua
that "trade follows the flag," and that
nearness of markets, the wants of the
people, their ability to buy, and cheap
nes of goods had nothing to do with
it. It just followed the flag and that
was all there was to it. If .we put our
flag up in the tropics, ships woul l
come flocking in, loaded with goods
and that the people would buy and
buy as long as the flag floated there.
That's what they said and every good
mullet head is bound to believe it.
Ingalls is a "copperhead" and a "trai
tor." The P street Idiot should giv
him a dressing down.
In an imperial government, such as
Carriages and Buggies
, . ..We handle Defiance Listers and Avery Planters.
The one and two row Badger Cultivators, Stude
baker and Staver Carriages, Buggies and Wagons.
PAUL HERPOLSHEIMER IMPLEMENT CO-
O STIFFT, UNCOLN. NEBRASKA.
England and the United States have
lately become, there is no safety for
local government or the liberty of men
at all. Judge Grossup has taken the
right to tax from the state government
and placed in the hands of a master
in chancery appointed by himself,
which is a supreme act of depotisrn.
The power to tax is the fundamental
groundwork of every kind and sort of
sovereignty. When the federal court3
take that away from states, they take
all the inalienable rights of communi
ties. In England the right of trial by
jury has been abolished by imperial
edicts in nine counties in Ireland.
When the secretary responsible for
this was questioned in the house of
commons he had to acknowledge that
there was less crime in Ireland than
in any other country in all Europe.
It was a clear case of imperialism just
like the laws passed in the Philippines
which begin: "By the authority of ths
president of the United States be
it enacted: "With this sentence
staring them in the face, the editors
of. the great dallies continue to alk
about "American law in the Philippines."
Tariffs were up for discussion in
the German parliament the other day.
It appears that the German manufac
turers who have excessive tariff pro
tection are doing just the same thing
that the trusts are doing here. They
are selling their goods much cheaper
to foreigners than they are sold
to their own people. . One
speaker declared that the steel manu
facturers had sold steel so much
cheaper to Holland that they had des
troyed ship building in Germany and
on one river in Germany every boat
running .was built in Holland. He at
tributed much distress in Germany to
this fact. It seems that the Germans
are coming to their senses. They
have been tariff mad for the last fif
teen years. Another speaker advo
cated an international council of all
manufacturing nations and the mak
ing of treaties to prevent manufac
turers of all nations , from selling
goods Cheaper to foreigners than they
sold them at home. It begins to look
as if after a few years more of this
tariff madness, that mankind will get
back to common sense again. An
other speaker in the Reichstag advo
cated putting a practically prohibi
tive tariff on all those kinds of goods
that come from America and make
these tariffs a basis to force a reci
procity. The latter policies The Inde
pendent has for a long time declared
would be adopted by most of the Eu
ropean nations, if we continued our
tariff at the present high point.
From Frank Carpenter's recent let
ters it seems that there is slavery all
over the Philippines and Christians
as well as Mohamedens own, buy and
sell slaves. The constitution declares,
that neither slavery nor Involuntary
servitude shall exist In any place over
which the United States has jurisdic
tion, but the constitution was thrown
to the winds when the clique of repub
lican politicians in Washington re
solved to buy the Philippines and go
into the colony business. They never
asked the consent of the people the
question was never. submitted to theni
at all. Those politicians went ahead
on their own motion.
Notwithstanding the failure of every
socialist enterprise ever attempted In
the United States, Walter Vrooman,
the papers say. is going to make an
other venture of that kind near Kan
sas City. Wayland says, "once a soc
ialist always a socialist" and that
seems to be true. The failure of all
their attempts, has no effect. At any
time they are ready to begin .again
and dream their dreams over. Even
Wayland himself could not make soc
ialism succeed and Ruskin colony
which he founded has joined the In
numerable host of like ventures that
has gone before.
President Ingalls of the Big Four
railroad surely is a copperhead and a
traitor. There cannot be any doubt
on that subject. In his recent speech
in Chicago he said: "Neither do I
care to maintain a kindergarten in the
Philirpines for the education of eight
millions of orientals. Rather I sav.
furnish the ; transportation, furnish
the ship3, furnish the money and the
banking facilities for their trade, and
we will have "commercial annexation
without the danger of political annexation."
'At Troy, Kansas, there is an Inde
pendent ' packing house, not connec
ted in any way with the trust. In
that town beef retails at from 2 to 5
cents a pound-, less v than the trust
prices. Just across the river round
steak from the packing houses sell3 at
20 cents a pound, in -' Troy the price
is fifteen. The owners of the inde
pendent packing house say they ara
making as much money as they ever
did. Yet the great packing houses say
there is no trust and the high pric?
of meat is the fault of the farmer. It
is said that the extreme high prices
quoted for cattle at Chicago, was for
trust owned stock raised on the trust
A convention has been called by the
Bryan democrats to meet in New York
city for the purpose of nominating a
full state ticket. They call them
selves "Liberal . Democrats" and de
clare they ! will have none of Dave
The indications for sometime have
been that there will be serious trou
ble in Ireland. Last week in the house
of commons John Redmond, the Irish
nationalist leader, speaking of the
crimes act" proclamation issued recent
ly by Earl Cadogan, the lord lieutenant
of Ireland, said an infamous conspir
acy was on foot in England to foment
crime in Ireland where none existed.
Mr. Redmond and John Dillon have
sent a joint cablegram to Ex-Congres.H-'
man John C. Finerty of Chicago ap
pealing for American sympathy and
support in the struggle against coercion.
The names if Burkett and Mercer
of . .Nebraska appear among the "in
surgent" republicans who helped
breal: the power of the machine on the
Up to Wednesday nothing substan
tial has been made public about the
British recruiting camp at Chalmette,
La., except the fact that Colonel
Crowder's report" has been placed be
fore the president. There are indica
tions that the administration is de
termined to whitewash the whole af
fair. Tuesday's dispatches asserted
that "war department ' officials ap
pear to be convinced that the report
is against the British, although they
profess to know,, nothing of the de
tails of the paper." Wednesday the
report came that a conference had been
held at the White House, Attorney
General Knox, Colonel Sanger, Adju
tant General Corbin and Colonel
Crowder being in attendance. No an
nouncement of the result of the con
ference was made -and those present
refused to discuss the subject. The
delay seems to be caused by the attor
ney general, whip is devoting his ener
gies to find a loop-hole through which
the British and our government may
crawl out. Beyond -a dpuDt the re
port will, show -jt- notj. suppressed--
that the neutrality laws have been vio
The United -States . supreme court
has granted the state of Washington
leave to file its bijl against the North
ern Securities company and the Great
Northern and Northern Pacific rail
road :. looking to a dissolution of th-3
merger. ., -
Senator Teller has introduced a res
olution declaring jit to be the sense of
the senate that the sedition laws In
force in - the Philippines should be
repealed. But how can the senate re
peal an act passed "by authority of
the president of the United States?"
The British know full well that the
Chalmette camp is in violation of the
neutrality laws,1 but they are assuming
an air of bravado and saying, "What
are you going to do about it?" Gen
eral Sir Robert Stewart, an artillery
officer who arrived in Chicago the
other day, said: "Mules will continue
to be shipped" to South Africa as long
as the Almighty rules America. Eng
land is not at all alarmed over the In
vestigation . at New Orleans. There
is no denying that mules and horses
are shipped' to South Africa by our
government and it is nonsense to talk
of stopping it. We, probably will be
gin shipping your American mus
tangs to South Africa also." General
Stewart is somewhat behind the times,
which is, of course, excusable in a for
eigner. The Almightly hasn't done
much ruling in America for a num
ber of years even the rains and dust
storms are regulated by the republi
The democratic caucus in the house
Tuesday night unanimously adopted
the minority bill for Philippine civil
government and steps will be made to
harmonize the , differences in detail
between it and the senate measure.
Both democratic bills took to ultimate
independence of the islands, the house
bill fixing July 4, 1911 as the date for
The president has ordered Freddie
Funston to "shet yer mouth." Thinks
that Freddie is creating rather too
much - disturbance and attracting too
much attention. Acting Secretary of
War William. Sanger on Wednesday
wrote the famous swimmer-spy as fol
lows: "I am directed by the president
to instruct you that he wishes you to
cease further public discussion in the
Philippines, and also to express his
regret that you should make a senator
of the United States the object of pub
lic criticism or discussion." Freddie
had accused Senator Hoar of "suffer
ing from an overheated conscience."
Governor Savage has granted a re
spite to William Rhea, the murderer of
Herman Zahn, sentenced to be hanged
Friday, to be effective until July 10,
1903. Seemingly, the governor wants
to throw the burden of hanging this
felon on a populist warden. The peo
ple of Dodge county, where the mur
der was commuted, are much incensed
at the governor's action.
DARRED PLYMOUTH ONLY.
Scores 91. Eggs .per setting of J5, $2.00. You
It rather, looks as though Rainmaker
Wright has driven the rain away from
this section instead of calling it down.
They are having rain all around us
but no rain here.
The saloon opposition is growing.
They escaped by the skin of their
teeth in Lincoln at the last election.
A few more years and they will go
with slavery, polygamy, dueling and
Cecil Rhodes would have exhibited
a broader mind if he had provided a
scholarship for a few European stu
dents in America universities. They
can learn more good things here than
we, can there.
Mrs. McKinley is to have $5,000 pen
sion, then Mr. McKinley's four years'
salary added. All right the poor peo
ple can be made to pay it.
It is proposed to start a silver mint
in Manila, for coining silver dollars
to take the place of Mexican silver.
It will result in burning the republi
can finger we hope.
Why not make table tallow seasoned
with cream, butter and salt. No
present law can stop the sale of tallow.
There are other state reforms that
should be brought- out in the next
reform .platform. The trouble is the
party in power prefers to increase the
expenses and the number of tax eaters
rather than reduce them. We can see
no good resulting from the work of
the labor bureau. The expense is
quite heavy. Then the printing bu
reau is of little profit. The secretary
of state or the auditor can make the
printing contracts and it will take but
a few hours, time in a year. Our mem
ory reaches back to the time when our
republican senators each had a bopt
blacker, tooth-picker, nose-wiper, etc.,
then there were twenty-three other
employees to do the writing for the
"My country right or wrong" is
only a mild saying when applied to ;i
government of the people, for the peo
ple and by the people, but when ap
plied to an aristocracy or a govern
ment by a foreign power it may mean
the sanction of the most henious of
crimes. It is still more out of place
for a man to say, "my party, right or
wrong, for life if it retains only the
same name." We were once and are
still a Lincoln republican, but we
never can. be a Mark Hanna republi
can. It is still harder to be a Cleve
land republican, but very easy to be
a Bryan republican. We have not
changed our political principles since
We will not have so much to say
against royalty in the future. Last
Saturday we rode out with five queens,
all young and beautiful. They were
also full of music. It would seem
that they ought all have been sad and
dressed in mourning, for they were
all widows. Their husbands and all
their male children died last fall They
promised us something sweet before
the summer was ended, so we took
them home with us and permitted
them to sleep in our garden amidst
roses, pinks and tulips. They woke
up quite early on 'Sunday and sent
their girls out in every direction to
work, gathering up the sweet things
Patriotism and statesmanship In
Bryan are fast losing color and chime
in the minds of exalted republicans
and democrats. They claim that the
name he chose for his paper indicates
a low order of nobility. That he
should publish a paper for the com
mon people, they say, will rot patri
otism and minify statesmanship. Then
his moving out on a farm, among
farmers .. ill daub him over with filth
and carrion so he will not be admit
ted to decent society again. But the
worst thing of all, he has moved, into
a barn and sleeps with hens and
horses, or at least where the hens and
horses will sleep. . To think that a
man who has twice run fop president
and received five or six million votes
each time is a disgrace to nobility. No
exalted republican was ever found in
such a cesspool. He ought to have
named his paper the Aristocrat and
then moved onto Wall street, behind
a brown stone front, then he could
make the presidency.
The difficulties hovering over the
republican camp in this state borders
close upon a political tragedy in pros
pect. The starting point was Joe
Bartley's demand for liberty. A big
mistake was made in letting him out
before the meeting of the republican
state convention last year. There
were undoubtedly fifteen or. twenty
head leaders of the party who had
been given to understand that their
mutual criminality would be revealed
unless they got him out. Governor
Savage struck a little too soon; The
rank and file of the party had not
been informed of Bartley's demand;
that, with Savage's mistake, . made a
big muss. When Gould, with his
whole delegation voted Bartley back
into the penitentiary he clearly made
another big mistake, for Bartley quick
ly ripped Gould open in the back by
charging that Gould had a share of
the money for which he himself was
in prison. This, stirred up the oUr
mutual criminals and nearly a score
stened to the prison to see their
partner in crime and get him to prom
ise again not to tell on them. The
promise was made on condition they
would get him out of prison. The
next move was to bribe the pardoning
power. Re-election was the bribe. All
of Bartley's joint criminals are
pledged to re-elect Savage. All the
pledges they have made Bartley will
be carried out to the letter. The
pledges made to the other man al
ready begin to clatter in the wind.
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Burr Incubator Co Box 1 1 2, Omaha, Neb
Best Low Priced Hotel n the City.
$100 per day and up.
1516 O St.
S. F. BROWN, Ashmore, Illinois
Breeder of pnr bred Chester White Swine.
White Holland Turkeys, and
( Cochins ( P. Rocks
; : Buff P.Rocks- White Wyaudutt
( Leghorns Leghorns
Stock and Eggs for sale in aeason. Mention
this paper and send for free price list.
PURE HONEY AND
APIARY SUPPLIES .
Honey, 111b- cans, 4 or more, $1.00 each net;
1 601b can, or more, $4.0 eoeh net. Apiary hiij
plies for sale at all times. Catalogue tr.
Prompt shipment of honey or supplies. CaU
with order. ,
Address. F. A. SNELL, Milledffeville, Carroll
Importers and Exporters of rat
ieties land and water fowls ock
and eggs for ale at alltimfs. n;e
before you buy. Bank and personal
references given. Send for Frll Il
lustrated Circular Iowa Poultry Co.
Box 633, Des Moines, km a.
S3. 1 5
ONE GALLON WINE FREE
With e"very "gallon finest 10-year-old ) Both shipped in
" OLD TIMES WHISKEY " p,0,... x
We make this unparalleled offer to introduce quickly. Old Times Whiskey won
first prize and gold medal at World's Fair and is guaranteed Ten Years pid and
absolutely pure. Send orders direct to
Eagle Liquor & Bottling Co,, Western Distributers, .i.'.: a Kansas City, Mo
Small Farm For Sale
Forty acres adjoining town of West
ern. All under cultivation;-house 24
ft. square, good well and windmill,
barn, hog house, pens, etc. Complete
and in good, condition. A bargain.
Address A. J.. Storms, Western, Neb.,
Saline county. ;
Yellow Stone Park
Special trains from St. Paul July Sth
and 10th at rate of ?85.00. includirq
every necessary expense. For details
GEO. D. ROGERS, D. P. A., X. P. K.
Des Moines. Iowa.
"or a short time we will
furnish choice German Mil
let at a reduced price. This
is good. Nebraska grown
seed and bas all been re
cleaned, per bushel, $1.50.
Our sale on Ked German or
Siberian Millet continues to
increase. - - . :
Parties who have tried this
millet like U better than
tbe regular Geimttn as it
makes more and better bay.
We will furnish this per
bushel at $1.20. ,
The lower price on cane has
Its influence on Kaffir corn,
so we will reduce lt also.
While Kaffir Corn Is not so
sweet as cane, it bas more
and larger blades, and thus
makes more fodder. Our
need is of last year's growth
and not musty. We will
lurniEh you either red or
white, per bushel, at $1.50.
Parties wbo have been h'-M.
ing cane seed for a bibber
price have concluded that
it will dot in j at present
prices and bare relaxed a
Utile, so that we can now
furnUh it at less than $l.1i
per bushel. Ours is all n-w
seed, Nebraska grown, dry
'and well matured. Seed
your order In at once, as
this price may go upasrila
soon; until then we furnish
lt, per bushel, at $!.&.
2-bushei grain bag extra X5c. each. , ,
6RISV0LD SEED CO., Box K, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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