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Walte. Chsirraaa Ko!b e th A!sbs
ropalUu, ex-Congressrean liartln of
Nevada end Congressman Swift of
Idaho. General Warner presided and
an informal expression of opinion fol
lowed. It u decided not to permit
any interference in the convention by
Ben not in harmony vrita free surer.
THE SECOXD PAY.
The Platform la Full-Old Parly
Chicioo, An;. 1 The delegates to
the National Bimetallic convention
were a little late in assembling thla
morning-, the evening' teuton of laat
Bight having been prolonged to such a
late hour that a quorum was not pres
ent at 9:30 this morning.
When tbe convention yesterday
found the First Methodist Episcopal
church inad. quate to Its needs and it
was inoperative that ft larger hall be
ecu red, tbe proprietor of the Central
Music hall was seen but exacted a
rental of 1400 for the use of
the hall for two daya .Th -re were
a great many protests agsinst thla
but tbe committee was la a quandary
and time pressing and tbe terms were
reluctantly agreed to. Considerable
trouble was experienced in raising the
money, but this morning several
wealthy delegates from Colorado and
other states went to the rescue and la
few minutes sufficient money was
raised to give a satisfactory guarantee.
When President Thunnan called the
convention to order J. & Dangherty
Of Texas moved that a committee of
one member from each state be ap
pointed to devise a plan and provide
ways and means for impress
ing upon congress and the people
Of the United Slates the peril
that if now threatening and the
worse results that arc sure to follow
the establishment and continuance cf
fold as the exclusive measure of value
u this country, and that the commls
no report to this convention this plan
far appropriate action. After some
discussion the matter was referred to
the committee on resolutions.
" Ex-Senator 11111 of Colorado, ad
dressed the convention for nearly aa
hour. Bis arguments were chiefly
based on statistics tending to show
that the adoption of a gold or single
Capdard in any country had invert
y been followed by dread of poverty
fix-Senator Doollttle of Wisconsin
presented resolutions, which were re
ferred to the committee on resolutions,
declaring that congress had power
only to regulate the ratio between gold
and silver and that it would declare
for the coinage of both gold and sil
ver on a fairly estimated ratio.
CoBressman Newlands of Nevada
followed in au address outlining con
freasional legislation on the silver
question. Senator Allen of Nebraska
Evoked much enthusiasm in a brief
I stirring speech. The present
panic was first created by the bankers
f the country for their own selfish pur
poses, but It has become further reach
ing than they expected and the bank
ers themselves had become Involved
and had appealed to the president and
congress for aid. The time had come
for action, not for talk. The Popu
lists told the people last fall of the
Impending danger, but they did not
believe them. Now the people were
obliged to stand out from their old
parties and stand up for the American
heme as against the British home. "I
do not come here," he said in dosing,
"to talk politics, but I want to
ray that so far as the Populist party
Is represented In tbe United States
senate it will not be found wanting.
We may not understand parliament
ary maneuvering as well as some, but
I tell you we will be in sight of the
fox all the time. Great laughter.
Our party is pledged now and all time
for the free coinage of silver at the
ratio of 18 to I.
0. ts. Thomas, the Colorado Demo
crat followed In a twenty minutes
The following is. the committee re
port on resolutions:
Whereas, Bimetallism is is sncient as ha
muli history, for certainly more than 3,000
years gold sod silver came down through the
ages hand In band, their relations to each oth
er havlnu varied but s (ew points In all that
vast period ot time and then almost Invariably
throuKh legislation; and
Whereas, The two metals . . named togeth
er, tndlsHoluteljr united, in the roustltutton of
the United Mates as the money in-iit ot this
country, placed ther by Oeorti Washington,
Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Alexander
Hamilton and their associates aud subsequent
ly indorsed and deleu'leU by Andrew JacksoP
and Lincoln; abd,
Whereas, Stiver, Ob. ot these ancient
metals, wax, in the yoar 16i. without any pre
vious demand by any political party and by
any part of the peoUe, or even by any news
papers and without publio discussion, atrtoken
down from the place it had occupied since the
Cays ot Abraham, under circumstances ot
such secrecy that Allen Q. Tuurmnn,
Janes Ueck, William M. btewart, Deulel W.
Yoorfceea, James O Blaine, then speaker of
the house, James A. Garfield, William IX Kel
py and others present and voting for the bllL
senators or repreaenwinvmi, puonmy oeciarmi
that they did uul know UUtU tootf arierw-anl
thatsovrave and great a change had been
made In the financial system founded, by the
fathers of the republic; and,
Where, Tno,dsbato in congress show that
the parentage of the measure was In purl
escribed by the friends ot tbe bill, to one
Krseat 8vd. a London banker who. It is
iainwd, iMUm to Wa.Ula.Um by the
moneyed class of tbe Old World to sot-ure its
hiwi by aaerel and corrupt meaoa: and
Whereas, President Orant, who algnrd the
btU, declared Ion aubeequntly that he did
Bet know that It demonetised silver: and.
Wbrrraa, Tbe purpoae ot this attack upea
en of the twe aaclm previous metals ot the
world, was, by alrikiM dew one bait the
BMMy supply tevalb stlvrr, to double the
Burehsstng power of gold, by atasiiie It the
waulvalast of more ot servthlns roaeesaed ef
roducad by the labor uf saaa, thus redue
Via tbe prue of all commodities, arrest
la nterprta. impovertabia- tbe lollor aad
daa-radlita aaaakiat Tbai tbeae results wore
aai aata inaaltabla. but lureeoeo. antn-ara by
the toitoem Uajuaga, u4 at lbl uiu by
the Un ira-idet of the Hank el ffenie, b
aid: lf Kv eirebe of the pan that aan
wress M ef is swuta. they uub a the d.
awaaa fur toe other iitaiat hi f vi au
etiWra " And.
Ptwt vtawa or Tm m.
Wborets, Tbe saful cestscqasnee thee
rebat4 are aew upon tbe peopte of tbe
ebato world, we Sasd la tbe aldt ef eapar-
aUeied duitffMM aad la the sbde el net"-
tas eaUiitiM whWb are beyeed saiua
Tbe rwitM tsdustry el t eM wa lababtt
tun tae era of tb teitli
ase m etrkkt dwe. tae rr
erty valuae aatryd sad tae work
aa aaoiaaila la S aa ftaea Moats'
Cat kfwbete etae tats ba4 aM4
bsavatt tabes aaashertae tbeat.t ba
a4 threw col of saattBwt aad wtu bf
Va aM tS wMe bta4 wf barltf or tae
the sewdata el ueuatrf. el lbs laret a4
u wae aa oaavutad
a4ae aa aaeee ay eiatal a4 -
He s total t. a aaul ptwdnttt
te be jttti tbe aia at tae aa(M, U
aAastMta fx tb baaitHM al tb tt, bee
If atS44 to tft baata blka the paaala,
raaUM tba beak aeli
thalt daanaiM t hwttw bW
larnMiM awai two atacaaa save et tae
nru ta fevv raa tae aoaaaiuaa Vt Uf.
aappir tbe tack of erracr the basks
of Ida raat titles bare taaocd a eubatilute
fur Mar?, tntaaoas M the laa. cailo
anif rrrtifleatae: tha wvmt ef
the great erop bow being gatbvmi, domaade
tnutueoai M rarearr waira taa oaaaa
are unable to f umiak, and la tbe mluat of
tba e - I'tiooa the daily pmaa ts clamoring
fortbcrp&alof the act of Juiy li. lmu, called
tbe hoermaa set, although too repeal of that
act nu-aoa toe stoppage ot the laau
of more than H.uw.OO ot mony
every month, thus abutting off the
supply of tun da for tbe budueaa of the
country la tbe mtdat of tbe torrible onditlons
which surround us and Ignoring tbe fact that
to hold tbe bsisaa-e level between debtor and
creditor, the supply ot rurrrncy must ia.reaae
side dv side wita tne increase ot population
and buoineas, and. In tbis nation, tbe growth
of population ts at tbe rate of about 23 per
cent every tea years, wane tne mere ass of
business Is greater, sod
JAMES O. BLAISE'S EXP. SwJlO.a
Whereas, Tbe great expounded of tbe con
stitution, Daniel Webster, said: "Gold and
sliver at rates fixed by tbe congress constitute
tbe legal standard of value in this country, sad
neither congress or any state bss the authority
to establish any other standard or to displace
that standard; "and.
Whereas. The Hon James O. Blaine ouot-
ing this utterance sdds: "On the much vexed
and long mooted queatlon of a bimetallic or
monomeiaine stand ara, my own views are suf
ficient! indicated In the remarks I have made.
I believe tbe struggle bow going -on la
this country end In other countries for a single
told standard were It aneoeaaful would
produce widespread disaster throughout the
commercial world. The destruction of sliver
money and estsblishlnc gold as tne sole
unit of vslue must bsve a ruinous effect oa sll
forms of property except those Investments
which yield a fixed return In money. These
would be enormously enbsneed In vslue, would
gain a disproportionate and unfair advantage
ever every other species of property. If,
ss the most rellsble statistics affirm, there
r nearly S7,(W,Uuu,0UQ et coin or bullion la
tbe world nearly, very unequally divided be
tween gold and silver. It is impossible to
strike silver out of existence ss money with
out results, wnion win prove distreesins to
millions and utterly disastrous to tens of
thousands." Aeln nsssld; ' I believe gold and
silver eola to be tbe money of the constitution
indeed the money of tbe American people
Interior to tbe constitution which the great
organic law recognised as quite Independent of
Its owa existence. No power was eonlerred
on congress to declare that either metal
should not be money. Congress has, there
fore, In my Judgment, no power to demon
etise both, ee-ee if therefore, silver has
been demonetised, I am In favor ot remonetla
Ing It If Its coinage has been prohibited I
am in favor of ordering It to be resumed. I am
In favor of having It enlarged. " And
SEOBETABT CARLISLE'S PAST STAHD.
Whereas, Tbe present secretary ef tut
treasury, on tbe floor of congress, Feb SI, 1871,
said; "I know tbal tbe world's stock of prec
ious metals is none too (urge, and I see no res
son to apprehend that It will ever become so.
Mankind will be fortunate. Indeed, if tbe an
nual production of (old and sliver coin shall
keep pace with tbe annual Increase of popula
tion, commerce and Industry. According
to my view of the subject, the conspiracy
which seems to hsve been formed sere and la
Europe to destroy by legislation and other
wise from three-sevenths to one-hsif of the
metslllo money of the world is ths moat
gufantlo crime of this or any other age The
consummation of such a scheme would
gltlmately entail more misery upon tbe
uman race than all tb wars pestilences
end events thst hsve ever occurred,
Tbe Instantaneous destruction of one-half
tbe entire movable Dronertv of the world, in
cluding houses, shops, railways and all other
appllaooes for carrying on commerce, while It
would oe reii more aensiD v st the monumt.
would not produce anything like the prolonged
distress snd dlsorgsatsation of
must resu1; from tbe permanent snnlhfl
of one-half cf tbe metallic money of the world;
Whereas, nenstor Sherman of Ohio, who
more than say msn Is responsible for ths de
moaetlsatlon of stiver, clearly understood the
evil consequences of shrinking ths currency
below the legitimate demands of tb business
of the country, as evidenced by what he
ssld la th senst in 1869, to-wit; 'The
contraction of toe currency is s far more dis
tressing operation than senators suppose.
Our own and other nations bare gone through
that operation before. It Is not possible to
take that voyage without the direst distress'
To every person except a capitalist out of
debt or a salaried officer or annuitant,
It is a period of loss, darner, las
situde of trsde. fall of waves, suspension
of enterprise, bankruptcy and disaster. It
BiaaBstbe ruin of ail dealers whose debts are
toltal. thouirh one-third
less than tbeir actual property. It means th
fsll of all agricultural productions without
any great reduction of taxes. What prudent
man would dare to build a house, a railway or
a barn with the certain f sot before hlmf"
K0 COMPROMISE ON COINAGE.
.rt 1'nat there must be no compromise of
this question All legislation demonetising
silver and restricting the coinage thereof must
be st once and completely repealed by so sot
restoring the coinage of the country to ths
conditions established by the founders of the
nation snd which continued for over eighty
years without complulnt from any
part ot out people, uvery nours delay
a undoln the corrupt work of Ernest Bvd
and our foreign enemies Is an insult to the dig
nity of tbe American people, a crushing burden
on their prosperity, and an attempt to place
us again under tne yoke irom which Washing-
ton and nis compatriots ruiicued us we pro
test agnlnat the financial policy of tbe United
States beln made dependent upon the opin
ions or poll oles of any foroign government;
its own feet snd legislate for Itself upoa all
(Second-We tasiti that the only remedy fof
our meialUe financial troubles is to open up
tbe mints ot the nation to gold und silver on
equal terms, at tbe old rutlo ot 10 to 1. When
ever silver bullion can be exchanged at the
mints of the United Status for legal tender
silver dollars, worth 100 cents each, that mo
mnt41i grains ot standard silver will be
worth KM cents; and as commerce equall7.es the
prices of all commodities throughout the
world, whenever grains ot studrd silver
are worth 100 cents in the United States, tbcv
will be worth that sum everywhere else: and
cannot be bought for leas. While it will be
urged that such a result would enhance the
price of silver bullion. It is sufficient for us to
know that a similar tncreatie would be at
once made in tbe price of every form of
firoperty except gold and credits in the civil
zed world It would be s shallow selfishness
that would drny this to the mining Industries
at the cost of bankruptcy to the whole people.
The legislation 10 demonetize silver has given
an unjust Incresse to the value cf cold at tbe
cost of the prosperity of mankind; what and
all other agricultural products hue ta'.lta Ue
py siae witu siner
AaAiStSf jrC0.VDItl6XAL BErEAU
Third-Thai while the -Sherman set" of
July 14, 1880, was the device of the enemy to
prevent tbe restoration of rree coinage, ana is
greatly objectionable because It continues the
practical exclusion of silver from the mints
and reduces it from a money met-
al to a commercial eommouty. never
tbeleaa its repeal, without the res
toration of fre coinage, will slop the
expanatoa ef our currency required by our
growth in population and buatuese and wtdett
suit more tae uinervace wiw mo iwv
precious metals, thus making the return to bl
metailiaui wore difficult; areally Increase tb
lurchaalug power ol gold stilt runner urea a
loan tbe prlr of the products of the
farmer and the laborer, tbe mechanic
and the tradeamao, and plunge
sttll tnrther alt eotauu-rc. buat.
seas and Industry into anch Ooius of wrwijo-
a.iua a i amln ar Diac. oro, r. tus ireer-
vattun ol free inatllutiun and tbe ry mala-
teaaate ef vivuuatioo. we taererore. win
aaweet the republic an. I ot huatanttv, protest
aatlnai the rriwal ot th said art of July 14,
lawo, esrepi by an act reaioria free bluwullio
eotuage aa it ettstrd prior lo W at. gat
tbal tbe SMiataaaa.e of bimalalluaa by lb
L'atlad KUIM at tb rU ef It lo I wtil la
reaaa ourvommerca with all the allvrr Mine
sounirtea ef taa wurUi exautmas lau-lhlrvl
f the wurta without dmreaatag our
raarva with Ihoaa a turns wbteb boy wtr raw
taatarUL aa4 't 'U wl the aJjillua ot bt
BMtaUuaa tb saltans el Kaiepe utst
tbaa ear Mt se. . .
luurlb-W mwI that tb wpallal4
atamille which aw att.lcl th Aowrtca
swoBte are Set di lo lb at a! Iv4 baarwta
act f ImK a l la twenf taereuf w sail aliaw
...... ,a la fat tbal ta earn ovit am4ite4
toa btll aver all tteo aU alaa.lard wtUi
are twaviaee that bad aa ta iu atal ut
S-iie la this uatry, It woitiJ b bas stbt
ir but fee ti a bat mm by wbK'b
lua batftNt ltala4 to n..e
lm a etaaatia4 eifsulaiiu t
't ta d-va.ls ef Mnu.at ta
Haas uf Utftti4tbt aad tb huluas tt
n..a of ta aval aaar.atb) a4 t4usirkt
Save tant em daatl u lb (. aal wa la-
alt hs lb sutltMt ut iMt ia aitat4t
Wmi t rnmi a it la niHHt Ike ttalawaoobe
aa I aauo the sat'bo ml lot Nil awaaal ml
Slav vt auwtb ,Mtia4 Ivf t lb
ted that tbe aas4i ., la tbe t oiar
1J1K A li Jj 1 A iNTTETCTIJimj S D E X T.
m mm satarae eseu o ansa-
SHARP SAPS AT TBE SAX IE HA
f.flh That we would call tb ettfotloa
tbe ynop's ut tbe fact that I be midst
boad aad the teg-al tender mosey whether
made of gold, silver or paper, has cot f alias a
particle Th distrust is not of th
gvrrnment or It money but of tbe banks
which have, as we believe, precipitated tb
present panic on the country in an ill-advised
,-3ort to control the actios of cxnureaa oa the
surer quMtioa ana tne lsie of bonds We
invite the bankers to attend to their legitimate
bualnoHa and permit the rt of the people to
have their full ahare in tbe control of tbe gov
eminent. In Jtua way they will much aooner
reaiore inai ' connaeooe wnlca Is so Beo-
eaaary to the proaperity of the people It
mwit not be forgotten thit while boards of
trade, chambers of commerce, bankers snd
money deale are worthy snd valuable men la
ineir piece tne repunno can more ssfely re
poae upon the great mass ot its peaceful toil-
era snd producers, and that this "business
man s aire" is rapidly exterminating the busV
news men of this country. The time has
eome when the politics of this nation should
be diverted, as f ar as possible, to ths simola
and pure conditions out of which the republic
a we siwgeet for the consideration of
our fellow citizens that th refusal of
the opponent of bimetallism to oropoa
any substitute for the present law or t
elaborate any plan for the future indicates
either an Ignorance of our financial needs or
an unwilllngneas to tsks tbe nubile into their
confidence and we denounce the attemot to
unconditionally repeal tbe Sherman law as as
attempt to secure gold monometailsia In flag
rant violation of tbe last national slat form of
all the political parties.
MR. INQAl L' VIEWS.
The Kaasaa Ex-Stataa -aa Sea Nothlae-
bul Darkaase la Fat ere.
Atchison, Kan., Ang. In conver
sation last night upon the financial
situation ex-Senator John J. Ingalls
said: "This day to balmy and
sunshiny in comparison with the
clouds and storms just ahead
of us. The ultimate result will
be a redistribution of the assets of
tbe country. The millionaire of to-day
will occupy the hut of the pauper and
the DanDer will in the nnr fnin riA
in the chariot of the millionaire. Col
orado and other mineral states should
be blotted out as states and added to
the great American desert from which
they were taken. The devastation of
the yellow fever in tbe South waa not
nearly so disastrous as the situation
in Colorado, produced by the closinp;
ox tne mines i nousai
' of people
are walking the
Denver. Like the low
foxes have holes and th
air have nests, but t.
tramp hath not where
to lay his
head. On every street corner In Den
ver p, "ie piteous cry for breads
the piteous cry goes up
n these two panicky
"Wether in the great
y chaos and anarchy
Cleveland With Financiers.
New Yore, Aug. 8. The steam
yacht, Almy, one of the finest pleasure
craft afloat, sailed for Buzzard's Bay,
where the president and the secretary
of war will be taken on board for a
couple of days' cruising. It is reported
tnat a number of capitalists will be
aboard and that the financial situation
will be discussed.
RAILWAYS CUTTING EXPENSES
A General Keduotlon In Operatln and
Shop Eipsosas AU Along- tb Line.
Chicago, Aug. 3. This month will
witness more reductions in operating
expenses of railways of the country
than have ever been made in the same
length of time. The remarkably.
light freight receipts for June and
July are startling, and the net reve
nue of the roads for those months will
be made up mostly of passenger re
ceipts for the first time in years. In a
few days many trains on Western
lines will be abandoned and every reg
ular train abandoned means several
train crews out of work.
The Union Pacific shops In Salt Lake
city were closed yesterday, after hav
ing been in continuous operation since
1871. All work for the Western di
visions will hereafter be done at
Omaha where a reduction in the force
of men has already been made.
The pay roll of the Denver & Bio
Grande railway, Including all officials,
was reduced yesterday from ten to
twenty per cent, and several expensive
men were retired altogether.
The Rio Grande VVestern, another
Colorado line, also took steps yester
day to materially reduce expenses.
The Burlington, Alton, Santa Fe,
Missouri Pacific, Missouri, Kansas and
Texas and other local lines have re
duced expenses in all possible direc
tions at Kansas City and all along their
The Louisville and Nashville, the
Newport News, the Big Four, the Bal
timore and Ohio and other Southwest
ern lines nave recently reduced ex
penses and everywhere there are care
ful and judicious reductions in ex
penses, The most careful financiering
will characterize all railroad opera
tions in August.
KILLED IN COURT.
Two Arkansas Fsrmers Settle a Feud ta
m Temple of Justloe.
Hone, Ark., Aug. 3. During the
trial of a damage suit in the circuit
court yesterday a difficulty arose be
iweni Thomas Collins and Thomas
Stevenson, when Collins drew a re
volver and fired at Stevenson, but the
bullet went wide ot the mark. The
crowd rushed pell mell for the doors
and windows, leaving the two men to
fight it out.
Stevenaou whipped out a knife and
stabbed Collins, who waa vainly en
deavoring lo use his gun. As he fell
Collins shot Stevenaou in the body and
In Q to tea a mortal wound, itotu men
are farmers. Th law suit was caused
by Kuvenaou shooting several head of
. . a a a jm t t
cattle ownea ny louina.
I a MeeeUer'e llaada,
Pixvem, Col, Ang. J.U T. Jeff
rey, president of th Uio Grand road,
was to-dsv appointed receiver of Ue
KUUraoUe Kouthern upon th app't-
ration of Otto Meara, preatdeat of tne
Isdlaaeawtt lUab l I lad ahaa.
IsMAJuroMs, lad., Aug. The In
vestigation 'f the condition of the
auapeuded Indianapolis National bank
by Mug a Yog, special examiner, ta
developing a bad state of affair. It
ha at vet ba eompUud, but hat
pnigreaawd far enowf to show that
owe bad buainea nisthod wer
practiced by th olre ot the hew I.
. T. M. SWJOAKT, excretory f th
flora Issuraaos Gompsny, KiUTOH. Ail
waaaaloauons oa ttre. Cvsiono or Hsii
Insurono sbouid be addressed to him at
We have about forty losses 'reported
the most of which hsve been adjusted.
So far but one arbitration has been
called for. J
At Cedar Rapids sn old line company
had several loese, but as th season is
nearly over the local adjuster, b not al
lowed to make the adjustment. A hint
is sufficient. j
We may be called on again to give
this matter a complete airing lor the
benefit of the farming public. I
It is true that you only need iinsur
ance when you have damage done, but
no one knows when a cyclone will make
a wreck cf bis belongings, hence the
necessity of keeping ail your buildings
Insured against this most dreaded of
You may think tbat your neighbor
hood has never bsen visited by a cy
clone, but you cannot tel!. Bulldiaes
are so far apart that many could hit
your own farm before your house or
barn would be damaged.
Further, if there are but few or no
losses the cost will be very small. i
The Nebraska Cyclone company it
niteen months old with over one-third
of a million insured. ,
Fees, t3 for first 11.000 and 10c for
additional $100. Agents wanted.
TJnloa Pacta Beireaelinaent.
Omaha, Neb, Aug. 8. Saturda$
hereafter will be full holiday without
pay in tne union racinc snops au over
the road, thus reducing the hours
from fifty-four to forty a week. The
reduction will admit of tetaining all
employes. It will effect 6,400 men.
Pesee Once Mora In Nicaragua.
San Jcan Del Sub, Nicaragua, Aug.
News has been received here that
treaty of peace has been tiarned by
representatives of the Oranada gov
ernment and the Leon revolutionists.
Csr-Bnllder John Stephenson Dead.
Niw York, Aug. 2. John Stephen
sen, the car-builder died at his home
oa the Boston Post Road, New
Eochelle, at 8 o'clock yesterday after
aeon. Ha was 84 years old.
I am goinff east I have a I60.G0 life
scholarship for the Omaha College of
Shorthsnd and Typewriting for sale
for 119.00 cash. Purchasers can call or
write to Professor Ong of college and
upoa receiving 119.00 he will issue in
your name the life scholarship I possess.
You can attend anytime you wish.
Please cut this out and show it to your
menus, wriie or can at ODcetocol-
egeorGtso. S, CUBBlE. "Gen. Del ."
Missouri Pacific Railway.
Ticket Office at Depot and corner Twelfth and
Auburn sad Neb City Exp.,.,
St. Louis day Express ,.
Auburn and Neb. City Exp..
St. Louis niirht Express.....
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6 to p m
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Union Pacific Railway.
DEPOT, CORNBK OV 0 AND VOUKTH STKEXTS.
ticket omcs, 1041c sthist.
Omaha. Council Bluffs
Chicago, Valley, east v
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3 :50 p m
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Beatrice, Blus Springs,
mannattan east ana
west, Topcka, Kansas
City, east and south.
David City. Stromsrmrar.
Sioux City, David City, 1
1 oiun.Dua, s LKnver,
Bait 1-ake, Helena.
San Francisco snd
Beatrice and Cortland. ,.
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For Oataloguo and Prices address.
266 Feet Front.
Second Lawt Norma!
THIS SCHOOL, I now In full OMistlou In sll Its depsrtmem "-between TOO snd K00 studesu in
A sctnsl sMendswe. There aa been at least 2fc0 UX) spent In b5!dinsn ibn
sneqns amonnt In 1803. Vve need now 60 to 7 bouses to iecommcdste fhs stSdiu ."tS
atUlrii lou from I50.W.U. fWon Vfem.ndnis7fl
within the nest If months. Bnv s lot. build a hnuu,. .111 .... .. w ,1 . :,.u.i"",Ja noney
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THE WESTERN N0RHAL,
Is situsted on high rolling ground overlooking the Csp'itol eity-s city of ss ono naania .
connected with the city by electric csrs. Hswtborne proper 1 Tthe fl"Lt woSsrt sundtk!'
f"' iH!tf.ftJJ!F childrS.0; Isye eltJsdvanffiV
an,.ii iis " v.-'
near the .Wtstern Normsl-wlU sell cheap and on
....... . um mm cuueav i ram ona
lots ana Mads at or near Western Normal call on
ROOM 10-1041-0 St. .
CHAS. TRAPPER & CO
Feed & Hay Dealers.
Corn in car lots for feeder a sneclaitv. Cnuimmanii a
turns. Refer to Missouri National Bank.
nth f EkUTV 8ts lantai City, Mo.
HOT SPRINGS. SOUTH DAKOTA.
Tbe Invalid's Mecca Tbe Tonrist's
Every Individual afflicted with rheu
matism, kidney affectios, nervousness,
dyspepsia, debility from any cause,
would do well to visit Hot Springs, and
with strong assurance of cures or great
relief being effected.
mere too, and in other portions of
the Black Hills, will be found unusual
delight for the sightseer, student and
The Elkhorn Railwav. "North-
Western Line" is now running a
through sleeper daily to Hot Springs.
Low round trip rates given. Call or
write for full information.
A. 8. Fielding, City Ticket Agent,
1133 O street, Lincoln, Neb.
W. M. Shifman, Gen'l Agent.
& Taylor Machinery Company, v
AUGUST 3. 18D3 I
Cellege in America.
SS in INK!, and n uut
r- aiuixa uvf years.
wne. w also nava ant
10 inirtr aerea mat tha kin - ;
easy tirmi. tSTT tntmAZX2SS!J. . '
or write, " "
BARBER & FOWLER.
Good sales. Pramnt m-
J. B. JOHNSON, Manager.
CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW.
The other day, ia speaking of the im
proved facilities for luxurious travel in
this country .says:
"We are abandoning the old system
of lighting the cars with kerosene
lamps, and more tbaa half the coaches
have already been equipped with the
most improved and the safest system of
lighting known in this country or
Europe. With the new Pintsch lamps
there can be no possibility of danger
from explosion or otherwise, as the
apparatus is all out side and under the
car, and in the event of mishap, the
fixtures become detached and tbe gas
escapes into the air."
The brilliant Pintsch light, the finest
car illuminant in existence, now in use
on the Union Pacifio System fulfills all
the requisite conditions so happily
noted by Mr. Depew.
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