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About The Conservative (Nebraska City, Neb.) 1898-1902 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1900)
THK WAY TO GO TO CALIFORNIA
is in a tourist sleeper , persoually con
ducted , via the Burlington Route. You
don't change cars. You make fast time.
You see the finest scenery on the globe.
Your car is not so expensively iur-
uished as a palace sleeper , but it is just
as clean , just as comfortable , just as good
to ride in and nearly $20.00 cheaper.
It has wide vestibules ; Piutsch gas and
high back seats ; a uniformed Pullman
porter ; clean bedding ; spacious toilet
rooms ; tables and a heating range.
Being strongly and heavily built , it rides
smoothly ; is warm in winter and cool in
In charge of each excursion party is
an experienced excursion conductor
who accompanies it from Omaha right
through to Los Angeles.
Oars leave Omaha every Thursday
afternoon , arriving San Francisco fol
lowing Sunday , Los Angeles ' Monday.
Only three days from the' Missouri
River to the Pacific Coast , including a
stop-over of 1 } hours at Denver and 2)
hours at Salt Lake City two of the
most interesting cities on the continent.
Write for folder giving full infer
mation. J. FRANCIS ,
Gon'l Passenger Agent , Omaha Nob.
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THE CONSERVATIVE for the noxb three
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paign , for IJO cents. Address , Morton
Printing Company , Nebraska City , Neb.
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Incorporated 18491 Charter Perpetual.
Fire and flarine Insurance Co.
Of Springfield , Mass.
Annual Statement , January ist , 1900.
Cash Capital , $1,500,000.00
Reserve for Re-Insurance , 11476,584.27
Reserve for all unsettled Claims , 245,262.45
NET SURPLUS , 1,685,092.34
TOTAL ASSETS , $4,906,939.06
The Springfield has continuously transacted
business for fifty years , and has disbursed for
losses over $26,000,000. St has borne its share
of the burdens imposed by the great conflagra
tions at Troy in 1862 , Portland in 1866 , Chicago in
1871 , and Boston in 1872. It is one of only three
fire insurance companies that have been repre
sented in Chicago continuously since 1851. It has
never failed to promptly meet its just obligations
with 100 cents on the dollar. It stands today in
the front rank among American underwriting insti
tutions. It insures against fire , lightning and
tornadoes , and has agencies in all prominent
localities throughout the United States.
A. J. HARDING , Manager ,
Western Department , Chicago , 111.
N. S. HARDING , State Agent ,
Nebraska City , Neb.
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