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Tk following proposed amendments
to th Constitution of ths Stats of Ne
braska, m hereinafter set forth in full,
art submitted to the electors of the
State of Nebraska, to be Toted upon
at the general election to be held Tues
day, November 8, A. D., 1896:
A joint resolution proposing to
amend sections two (8), four (4), and
Are (S,) of article six (8) of the Consti
tution of the State of Nebraska, relating
to number of judges of the supreme
ourt and their term of office.
B It raolvd and raaotad by tha Leclala
tar of th b.ata of Nabraaka:
BaottoB I. Thai sootinn two (!) of arUol
Sis It) of lb Cunatitntlun nf ih. .,.,..
ft Mabraaka be amaudad aa as raad aa fol
SaotloB a Tha aaprams sonrt shall mntti
Vhfj " P""'rtld bj law. ousiai of flv.'
0) Judges, a majority of wbom sball ba n-a-'
tor.m Jtto'ui ' to proooanc-
tdaaialoa. Ii shall bars original Jurisdiction
i eaaaa relating to raraoua civil oasaa in
whlob ha state shall 1 a party, mao.iamm.
Jo warranto, habeas oorpus, and suh
ppallats JurisduoUua, aa may ba provldad by
8aoMo t That aaotloa four (0 of arilol
() of the Constitution of tha Si a to
Nabraaka, ba amaaded so as to read aa foi
wsi Baotlon 4. Tha jadges of tha supreme
seart shall ba elected by tha electors of the
State at large, and their term of offloe. ex
sept as hereinafter provided, shall be for a
dot of not lee than fire CO years ss the
It resolved and sasatsd by Iks Legislature , sUnufactorieC
a th.tata of Nebraska: I a. w ii
..PC,?0 L TtM aatlosi Six (I), artfale
(Molina lout tutloa of the Slat ef
xvaaaa ue amend d t raad aa follows:
taction a The rtf ht of Inai bf Jury shall
remain lartolata, ai the ilsiatnra may re
tde that in am actios. Be-alsth of the fury
ssar reader a verdict, enl the legislature may
siao an bone trial by a Jary at a leas samba
Shan twelve men, la Maria Inferior to tha dis
Approved March Is, a. U UBS.
A joint resolution proposing to
amend section one (1) of article fire (6)
of the Constitution of Nebraska, relat
ing to officers of the executive- department.
aotea by fas Ur
That aeeltoa two ft) of
the CoaeMiBuoa el she
bletare at the stats
fearleaa (141 of
so. t Kw oily, eoaaty. tow a. areata at,
ataaloleelttv. or other sabdiTtstoa ef tas
state, sball ever stake deaatluae ta say
works of iataraal tmpruvetaeai sr
sssaufeotory, unlrea a proaoalltea as ta
o ahall have baaa tret submitted ta las
oallded aim-tora and ratified by a twa
thirda t.n at an eleettoa by authority ef
law; ProviJM That such donations ef a
aunty with the donations at saoa rabaM
talona la ths aggregate ahall not eseaed
tea per sent of the aaaeaaad TaluaMaaal
saoa sounly; Provided, further. Xhat say
ally or ouanty may, by a three foarths
vote, lacreaee each tndebtedaees Bra swr
ent. In addiuon ta such tea par east sad
ao bonds or evidences of Indebtedness se
lasted ahall ha aitd anleas the eame shad
bre enduraed thereon a oartiSoata signed
by the escivtary and auditor of state,
showing that tha earns Is Issued pursuant ta
Ba it required and enacted by tha Luatala
tare of the ota a of Nebraska:
ectloB 1 Thai sactlun one (1) of ar
ticle five (5) of the Conaiiiutioa of the Ktate
of Nebraska La amended to read aa loi
Iowa: bectioo I Th ezeoatlya department ahall
consist of a governor, lieutenant-governor,
secretary of atule auuluir of public aorounia.
"""'i u arintanaent of pnhlta In
struction, attiiruar rn.-n! n,i,,,,,iuln. I
relirHaa0 "' n1 bul;dln,, tn i tnat tne foregoing proposed arusndmsnU
ApproreJ Uaroh 28, A. D., 1U80.
I. J. A. Piper, secretary of state of
the state of Nebraska, do hereby osrttfj
full rmlruai oommiaslonara
bis crtioe for s term of
f'mu ths first Thunday after
Tanadar In January, after
anil until his suoceesur- ta
llfled. Ea h rellruad com
Ufl" latere may preeorlbe.
eu inn eection in (51 of artlaie
ta ( at the Oonatttatton of the State oi Ne-
'hat aeotlon Are f5) of artlaie
swomoa a At tne nrst general eleotloa to
s sstu tne year there shad ba eleoted
ewo bj juugee OS
v.y juueee ui ua suDreme aonra m.
years, ona far tha term nt m
. seuerai eieotion tbere
there shall be elected ene Indue of
as snprsme oourt for ths term of s.
years, anleas otherwise oroetdoil he
rt Provided, that tha Imtirei of tk.
fr5 ar w.hoT hare not expired
U las time of holding the general eles
Ittn at shsU oontlnua to hold their
ansa for ths remainder of ths term fer
tbiah they ware respsottvsly aommis-
Appreyed Haroh 80, A. D. 18itt.
eiecrsi 11,1 niill
miiuur shall hold his oirioe for a term ef
MirMjeare beuinlni on the first Tkuralay
after the first Tuealay in January a: tar
nu aie-tion, and until his suooee
or la ele. ttJ and quo lfled; Provided,
however, That at the flr.t general eieo
tion hld sftr the adoi tioa of this amend
ment thnre hH be eleetea three railroad
eommKtioTier'i. one for the period of one
year, one tor the priud of two years, and
ene for the p nod of three years. The gov
eroor, secretary of state, suditor of puh
lie accounts, and treasurer aiiall rvwide ai
the capital during their term of offi.
they ahall keep the public reoordt, book
and papers there and shall perforin socadu
ties sa may be required by law.
Approved March SO, A. D. ltfitt.
to the Constitution of the State of Ns-
A joint resolution proposing an
amendment to section thirteen (13) of
article six of the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska, relating to com
pensation of supreme and district oourt
B It resolved by the Legislature of ths State
aeotlon 1. That seotion thirteen (13) of
rtlole six (6) of the Oonetitution of the State
f Nebraska be amended so ss to read as fol
lows! Boo. 13 Ths Judges of the supreme end
lit riot conns ahall reoelve for their ssrvioes
Boh compensation as may be provided by law,
The leitUlature shall st its first session
after the adoption of this amendment,
taree-flfths of the member elected to
each house concurring, establish their
Smpenaatlon. The compensation ao es
blished shall not be olianxed oftsner
an once in four years, and in no event unless
two-thirds of ihe member eleoted to
each house of ths legislature eoncnr
Approvsd March 80, A. D. 1365.
A joint resolution proposing to
amend section twenty-nix (26) of ar
ticle fire (6) of the Constitution of tha
State of Nebraska, limiting the num
ber of executive state officers.
Be It remlved and enaoted by ths Leg
lalature of the Ktate of Nebraska:
Section 1. That section twenty-itx t) of
article five (a) of ths Constitution of the
State of Nebraska be amended to read a
Section 24. No other executive state effl
ears except thi.se named in section one (1;
w ws aruote snail do created, exoep1
by an act of the legislature whloh U
concurred In by not lee than three funrtlu
of the members elected to eaoh house
i-roviaea, mat any omoe created by an
ao oi tne jegislsturs may be abolished b
the legislature, two-thirds of ths mem
bars eleoted to each house thereof eoasar
Approved March SO, A. D.. 1895.
j braska are true and correct oopiat of
I the original enrolled and engrossed
j bills, as passed by the Twenty-fourth
session oi me legislature or the "tat
of Nebraska, as appears from said
original bills on file in this offloe, ant!
that all and each of said proposed
amendments are submitted to the
qualified voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejeotton
at the general eieotion to be held en
I Tuesday, the 8d day of November, A.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the great
seal of the Stats of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this 17th day of
July, In the year of our Lord, One Thou
sand, Eight Hundred and Ninety-SU,
f the Independence of the United
States the One Hundred and Twenty-
lint, and of this state the Thirtieth.
(Seal) J. A. PIPER,
Secretary of State.
oents for the balance of September and
Are you Interested In the defeat of a
man who told a member of the A. P.
A., when said representative remon
strated with him for toadying to Hu
manists, that ho "would be a fool not
to stand Id with the Roman Catholics
when they controlled his party and al
ways supported htm;" who had a count
of the lloman church, and the on of a
Jesuit, as bis body guard on his trip to
New York to be notified of bis nomina
tion by the Democratic party, and
whose panegyric of a cross of gold has
been accepted by R imanitts as a rally
ing cry for the faithful of that religious
"The Overland I.luillcd"
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carries trie huest equipment ot any
line In the west. Ticket via the
UNION PACIFIC can be seeiiivd at
Cko. F. Ady, Gon. Pass. Agt.
The Denver and Rio Grande R. U. Is
the shortest and boat route between
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo to
the now Famous Gold Camp at Crliinle
Tickets on sale from all points east to
Cripple Creek. Call on your loea
iil'i in and he sure that vour ticket read
via the I), river and Hlo Grande It. R
Cripple Creek Advertisements
HARRIS BROS., "
224 Bennett AvcnuCa
lAi uu 1'iicuua uuu mo luuiic io know Hint we
are compelled to remove from our old aland. We shall
Entire Stock of Clothing, Shoes and Famishing Goods
As we liavo always kept faith with the people, you can rely upon
this statement. We will sell tho hest bargains ever offered
in this city. Do not fail to give us a t all.
JOHN HARRIS. Manager.
Florence & Cripple Creek Railwaj
SOITII BOUND. MOUTH BOUND
Itwsd Down. Uaad Dp.
A joint resolution proposing to
amend section twenty-four (24) of
article five (5) of the Constitution of
the State of Nebraska, relating to com
pensation of the offloers of the executes
Bs it resolved and snsotsd br ths Lsrlilatare
fths State of Nebraska: -Siara
Section 1. That seotion twentr-fomr CO
at artiols firs (6) of ths Constitution of ths
lata ot NaDranka bs amended to raad as ful-
Bsoiton si. Ths ofnosrs of ths eseouttre
irwi oi in siats fOTsrnment sball
rnrs tor tneir sarTloas s compensation
bs established by law, which shall be
either Inorraoed nor diminished during the
rm for which they shall have bean oom-
ssissionsa ana tnsy shau not receive to their
own na anr fees, costs, tntaraata. nnon naiHn
SsaaeTS in thei- hands or under their oontrol,
rH' o uuiuv or otner sum pen -satlon
and all fses that mar here
after bs payable br law for serrloes
erformed by an officer prorlded for In
this article shall be paid In advaaoe Into the
Mats treasurr The leslslature shall at its
rat session after ths adoption of this amend
ansnt, thrse flfths of the members elected to
eaoa aoass ot ue legislature oon
eurnnt, establish ths salaries of the
Muovrs namea m mis
A joint resolution proposing to
amend section nine (9) of artiols sight
(8) of the Constitution of the Stats of
Nebraska, providing for the investment
of the permanent educational funds o)
article. The oora
ears and la no
leoted to each house ot the legislators soaour
Approved March 29, A. D. 1896.
cessation so established shall not be ohanged
ftener than onoe In four rears and la no
unless two-thirds of ths members
A Joint resolution proposing to amend
seotion one (1) of artiole six (6) of
ths Constitution of the State of Nebras
ka, relating to judioial power.
Belt resolve 1 and enaoted br tha Lsdals
tars of the 8tt s of Nebraska :
iieotiou 1. That aeetlon on (1) of article six
ft) of ths Constitution of the Stat ot Nsbrasko
be amended to sad aa follows :
SeettOB 1. TUe Judicial power of this stet
shall be vested la a suprsms court, distnci
Courts, oountr courts justices of th
Eace, police magistratee. and in such othe
arts Inferior to ths suprsms oouit as mar
oreated by law la whloh two-thirds of
ths members si so tad to eaoh koas,
Approved March SB, A 0. 1804.
' A Joint resolution proposing to
amend section eleven (11) of artiols six
(() of tha Constitution of th Stat ol
Nebraska, relating to inoreasa in num
ber of supremo and dlstriot oourt
Be it resolreJ md sees ted by the Legislature
i th State of Nebraska:
Section 1. '. hat seotloa eleven (11) oi
article six (B) f the Oonstltutlon of ths Stau
at Nebraska 1 e amended to read as foi
Section 11. 1 be legislature, whenever two
thirds ot ths n -mbers eleoted to each boon,
shall oonoor th -rein, may. in or after the ye
SSto thousand e.,ht hundred and nlnety-sevei
ana not oftene. ihaa onoe la ererr our yeaia
bicrease the number of Judges of su
rente and dt net oonxta. and the Jndic
tlatriots of th' state. Such districts ba
e formed ; f oempaet territory, an
hounded by tounty Unei; and such in
rease, or an' change ia the boundaries
tf a district, shall not raoat the offloe of anj
Approved Ma oh 10, A D. 189t.
A Joint res jlation proposing to amend
action six (6 of artiols on (1) of th.
Constit f tho Stato of
Be it resolved and enacted by the Lagtala
ture of the State of Nebraska:
Seotion 1. That section nine (fO of srMela
eight (8) of the Constitution of the Stan
ef Nebraska be amended to read as fol
Section 9. All funis baton Ring to ths state
for educational purposes, the Interest and
Income whereof only are to be oaed, ihal
b dwme truit funds held by ' th state
and the statu ahull supply all loises ikr
of that may In auy manner acorua, so thai
the same Khali remain forever inrlelaw
and uudiraiuiihod. and shall not be In
vested or loaned except on United State
or state securities, or retristered eeant
bonds or registered scho d dwirlot bonds ot
this state, ana such funds with the later
eat end income thereof are herebr soleoia
ly pledged for the purposes for which tfeei
are granted and set apart, and hall do'i
be transferred to any other fund for otaei
Prorided, Ths board oreated by ssstlot.
I of this article Is empowered to sell from
time to time any of the securities bolongin,
to the permanent school fund snd lavei
th prooreds arising therefrom In anr of th.
securities enumerated in this seotion bear
lag a higher rate of Interest whenever
an opportunity for better Investment Is pre
Ana provided further. That wheat em
warrant upon the slat treasurer reg
nlarly Ismed in purauanc of an approari
atlon by the legialature and scoured by the
lsvy of a tax for its paymsnt. shall
be presented to ths stato treasurer tot
payment, and there shall not be any
money in the proper fund to pay such
warrant the board created by seotion 1
of this article may direct th state trees
arer to pay the amount dno on such war
rant from moneys In his hands belonging
to the permanent school fund of ths state,
and he shall hold said warrant as aa In
vestmsni ot said permanent echool fond.
Approved March 89, A D. 1890.
A SILVER DIME
Wl 1 pay for
Until: Nov. l,t, 1806.
Your friend cannot t fford to be. with
out it. Send it to his address.
A Joint resolution proposing at
amendment to the Constitution of the
Stato of Nebraska by adding a new
section to article twelve (IS) of said
constitution to be, numbered seotion
two (3) relative to tha merging of th
government of cities of the metro
politan class and the government oi
the counties wherein such cities an
Be it resolved and enaoted by the Logls
lature of ths State of Nebraska!
aeotlon 1. That artiole twelvo (12) O0 th.
Constitution of ths Stat of Nebraska br
amended by ad ding to said article a new sec
felon to Lts numbered seotion two CTt ta rami
Beotlon a. The travernmant af anv alav ai
the metropolitan class and ths gov
srament of th county ta walcl.
It Is located may be merged waoll
r la part when a proposition so tc do hn-
Ween sabmitted by authority of lew to th.
voters Of such oitr and eonatv ana r.
sired the assent of a majority of th.
votes east in such altr and alao a malarit.
ef the VOtes cast In tha aanntv avnlaaiii.
Of those cast In inch metropolitan oily at such
Approved March 19, A D. 189S.
A Joint resolution proposing at.
amendment to section six (6) of articU
even (T) of tha Constitution of iht
State of Nebraska, prescribing th
tanner In which votes shall bo east.
Be it resolved and enaoted br the LsglaUt
re of the State of Nebraska :
eotlon 1. That section sis (B) of srticli
tven CTi of ths Constitution of tka Btai.
f Nebraska be ameaded to read as fol
Eootloa a. All votes shall be by aal at. o
saoa other method as may be prescribe .
y law, provided ths secreoy of veils f b
Approved March 29, A D. 1S9&.
A Joint resolution proposing, tt
amend section two (I) of artiois four
toon (14) of tha Constitution of th.
Stato of Nebraska, relative . donation
to works of internal impxoTomant anr
READ1 REFLECTI I THEN VOTEI !
A number of patriotic papers have
declared that they have concluded to
support Bryan and Watson In this
campaign. Just how a publication
which pretends to be an American
paper and a supporter of the Little
Red School Houte can conscientiously
support W. J. Bryan when it knows
his record in congress is more than we
Never since the'day that W. J. Bryan
was nominated has there been any
question in the mir.d of the editor of
The American ss to who bhculd bo
supported by patriotic Americans or
who would receive the support of this
paper, the American cas oeen con
slstent since Its first issue and it will
be consistent in its last. It will not
support any Man, now or hereafter,
who does not approve of the principles
of the A. P. A.; and W, J. Bryan is on
record as opposing that order. He is
on record as opposing the introduction
of the English language into the pub
lic schools of NewMexlco. He is on
record as the special pet and champion
of Romanists ln Nebraska, and he is
on record as having"favored the intro
duction and .adoptionrof an anti-A. P.
A. resolution by the platform com
mittee of the convention which nomi
Coneequentlyt'we have not and will
not endorse the"cand!dacy of Mr.
Bryan. On thejeontrary we shall con
tribute to his-'defeat by giving his
record on the A.t P. A. and Roman
questions as wlde'an 'airing as possible
each week. In order to do this we
shall print andcirculate a large num
ber of extra Americans each week.
These papers cost you nothing; they
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you to read themeoarefully, and decide
for yourself whdncarest represents tha
Do not consider 'the copy of The
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pay the expense found that on account
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they were unable to raise enough to
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uoioraoo npnniiH ana 1'nnvcr, connecting
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t"f,lr, 7;(?' ? "..nnPctloD I. made atVldt. with C.Zrado Midland Hall
and la'.i.ti i?i'?.r7'nal.i h? oyyoiul-gnKe railroad Into the Cripple Creek dlHtrlct.
and Is sixty-live (05) uilles the shortest, ana several hours the qulrkem time to all polnta
"imi t'ui, a v u..- J- VVATKK8, Superintendent
GOLD MINING E MILLING
1615 Howard Street, Omaha Neb.
Capital Stock $2,000,000
Par Value of
Shares SI eaoh
CLAIMS LOCATED ON NIPPLE MOUNTAIN
.... AND IN HIGH PARK
IN THE GREAT
Cripple Creek Mining District
O r claims are surrounded bv some of the richest Btr!U- r.f
and are undoubtedly aa rich as any in the whole district. They were located by
a practical miner, one in whom the Denver mint people had so much confidence
that they hired him to locate several claims for them, from whinh rioh
Surface Rock on our Nipple Mountain and nio-h Purk- Hal
per ton; down eight feet it advances in value to more than $7.00 per ton and the
Indications are that these claims will be as rich as the richest claims in the
Cripple Creek district.
Here is an opportunity seldom met with for th I nvAatmnnt nf mnnpr In
a mining enterprise near at home, where any who choose may visit the mines
and see for themselves just what Is being done. The mines are located within
200 feet of a railroad.
If you want to MAKE MONEY buy stock in this company. It is a safe
and sure investmest, and WILL PAY DIVIDENDS TO RVF.ttv KTnr.tr.
HOLDER, if the mines pan out as rich as present indications warrant us in
believing them to be.
We court the fullest tnvestic tlnn. Ful 1 tnfnpmat.lnn will Ka eant Kit
mall upon application from those who cannot call at office. Fill out the coupon
found below, giving the number of shares you desire to purchase, and inclose It
with a P. O. money order, or an express order, or with money in registered
letter, and mail it to us, making all money orders payable to
JOHN C. THOriPSON, President.
Enclosed please find to pay
for shares of stock in the American
Gold Mining and Milling Co., at 5c per share.
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