The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, June 23, 1900, Page 9, Image 9

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A Splendid. Address.
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a hardy and rough exteriors uncouth in
personal accomplishment, yet embued
with the "new idea," they gave to those
that came after their characteristics.
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the lore of civil and social liberty, that endowed with the ea-ne rights and nriv
strong determination of character, that ilegea of any other individual liberty
fate of war waa still burning within the
hearts of America's children, the mes
senger of love, singing 'peace on earth,
good will toward man,' brought to them
tidings that the people of another soil,
the dark-skinned children of Cuba, who
had inherited God's greatest gift to
man, the right to live, and who had been
Puritanical idea of goodness in all
things, that especially enanates from
this colonial settlement on American
shores.
So when the Dorchester merchants
planted their little colony in 1523 at
Cape Ann. their failure can be found in
the fact that they came without the "new
waa denied their inheritance, through
the tyranny of their fellow-being. The
awful memories of the past could not
deter the American people in their re
solve that all men, not alone those liv
ing under the protecting folds of the
stars and stripes, but the inhabitants of
the islands of the sea, under the domin-
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idea," coming alone for proQt, giving ion of another government, should re-
those directly descendent their same ceive their inheritance, acd protection
characteristics and ideas, purposes and in its enjoyment, should be guaranteed,
aims in life, that was the ruling spirit even though force must be the power,
of the Dorchesteran, and it was not un- that God's will should be done,
til John Endicott, in 1628, came to the "l'ou will remember that again we
rescue and gave to the settlement of heard the muffled drum, the silvery
Naunkeag the name Salem, signifying Bound of the bugle call, and the silent
npapft. determined that this colonv tread of Amnrinn'a anlKorv noiui r..
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should be something more than for the their peaceful avocations, unskilled in
purposes of trade, and gave it the "new war.but unmindful of the perils that con
idea," reinforcing it with religious lib- fronted them as they faced a foreign foe
erty, under the guiding influence of in the struggle for human liberty. These
Roger Williams, aided by the Puritan- were the boys of those who preceded
ical statesmanship of Henry Vane, the them in the struggle on their native
most heroic and enthusiastic lover of land, that this union might survive, that
human liberty of the age in vhich he men should be free and equal, and while
lived, possessing a wisdom and far- one fought for his hearth and home.
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sightedness far in advance of his time,
laboring for the perfection of a eocial
and political organization in this new
world, that gave birth to the great com
monwealth of Massachusetts and the
great and strong people that have since
emanated therefrom. And bo I might
the other, with equal bravery, fought
ror mat or others he knew not of; and
while both contended for a principle,
'the new idea, with a heroism that
equalled the most chivalrous deeds of
history's record, the one that stood for
universal Hbertti. stood for thn 'nnw
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go on and illustrate that now apparent idea in the most magnificent conception
and undisputed fact, that when the of the age in which we live,
"new idea" was once formed it was the ''It mattered not where duty called
early Bettler that planted it in the com- these gallant boys were found, ten thou
munity to which he came, and as he Band miles away from home, across the
was endowed with that idea, in that turbulent waters of the great Pacific,
proportion waB the community which beneath the burning sun of the orient
he established thus endowed, and as in the jungles and swamps of Luzon,
was his strength, his ambition, his aims the boys of the First Nebraska, with a
in life, so was the colony of which he gallantry and heroism that won the ad
was the founder. miration of the civilized world, hark
'Think not, however, from what I ened to the whistle of the deadly Maus
ay, that I for a moment believe that er, an they fought a foreign foe for
we have grown better and stronger than principle's sake.
those that laid the foundation and drew "It was here that the blood of Ne
the plans for this great social system of braska s sons crimsoned the sun
which we are members. Not bo. It bleached sands of the Filipines- it was
has only been left for us to do what ex- here that the gallant Stotsenburg, as he
perience and broader culture has pre- led these magnificent soldiers, that
pared us for the doing; it haB been only seemed almost a moment before the
left for us to take up their burdens of peaceful and happy, contented boys, en-
cmzenBuip, in tne interest oi numanity, gagea only in the peaceful duties of
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that we guarantee all such diffi
cult 'epairs, besides maintaining
the same popular prices which
have built up the largest repair
business in the west.
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Having for years been the weet
ern distributors for the B. F.
Goodrich Company of Akron,
Ohio, who are the largest manu
facturers of
Broad Veatlbuled
K'lraBt-Clcaaaaa SleperM
DAILY
BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SAN fRIUCISCO
WITHOUT CHANGE VIA
QOL-FByUiLS...
in America, we naturally become
headquarters for such goods and
will also buy any quantity of old
Balls for CASH or exchange
for new ones.
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working out our salvation, yet upon the
lines of their dictation. They had the
same thoughts and were troubled with
the same questions that disturb the
American citizenship, into that heroic
charge that made their names immor
tal, and wherein he laid down hi6 life
that the bodies of many of our faithful
common good today; they were agitated sons might not forever repose upon the
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at a time
when greater courage and individual
strength was required to meet these
contentions, because they had not the
comforting experience that the years
have brought to us and the consolation
"It was here that historv wan mnHn-
it waa here, for the first time in the his
tory of nations, that the splendid spec
tacle was presented of a nation, younger
by years than any nation of the world,
ngnting in deadly combat, that God's
that this republic is no longer an expe- handiwork, wherever found, should be
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riment, but tne culmination of a suc
cessful and, as yet, an unequaled gov
ernment. "History but repeats itself, but only
each time in the cycle of years the prin
ciple for which we contend grows
broader for the betterment of a greater
number of our fellowmen. But a short
time ago, thoroughly imbued with the
recognized as a being worthy of personal
imerty. ay these acts the pages of his
tory were made more splendid, and by
these boys the fame of the state of Ne
braska was recorded in history in the
struggle for the progress of humanity,
that will live throughout all the ages
yet to come.
But did I say history repeats itself?
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idea ot individual liberty, the people of In 1864 the boys of Nebraska were then
tnis young repumic, wnence scarce tne engaged in nistory-making, struggling
echoes of civil strife had died away, and and contending for the same principle,
when the awful memories of the cruel perhaps in narrower extent, and it is
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