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16 THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT FEBRUARY 25, 1904. MotFatal. ' No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou - ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured. There - are Beven main features of Iheart diHease, via.: (1) Weakness or Debility; (2) Rheumatism or Neuralgia; (8) Valvular Disorder; (4) Dilation; (S) Enlargement; (6) Fatty Degenera tion; (7) Dropsy. ! Documentary evidence will prove thousands of so-called "incurably" have i been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Patients often have no Idea their dis ease la heart trouble, but ascribe It to Indigestion, Liver Complaint, etc. Here, are some of the symptoms: Shortness of breath after exercise. Smothering Spells. Pain In Chest, left -Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Lying on one Bide. Fainting Spells. Nervous Cough. Swelling of Feet and Ankles. ' Paleness of Face and Lips. Palpitation. Nightmare. Irregular Pulse. "I have great faith In Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, and speak of its merits whenever opportunity presents. I can now go up and down stairs with ease, where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block." One year later. "I am still in good health, the Heart Cure did so much for me. that I find it a far greater medicine than you claimed it to be." 8. D. YOUNO, D. D., 697 North Pine St., Natchez, Miss. Money back if first bottle falls to benefit. 17I,D1?'I, Write us and we will mail J? XUDXU you a Free Trial Package of ,Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain PMs, the New, Sclent! tic Remedy for Pain. Also Symp 'tom Clank for our Specialist to diagnose i your case and tell vou what is wrong and how to right ft, Absolutely Free. Addrpps: DR. MILES MEDICAL CO, LABORATORIES, ELKHART, IND. . BURItlNCU No night watching because we nso our 15-inch Double Wa fer Regulator, all latest im provements, California Red wood case, copper tank, 80 days trial . Your money back if you say so. Catalogue free urr Incubator Co., Box 236,Omatu,Neb BATOR p INCUBATOR On 10 Day rraa Trial. Wl ll'i ttu UM ltxratxlw mA. 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Lie la 'IFPANT'3 Sura Death U Lie (Powder) prinkled In the, nftar. kMna vnnr . : . .. r. tt rowu rree rrotn noe. tannine hen and the little chicks will hare no lice. Tiffany's Paragon "Liquid" kills mites Instantly. Sprinkle bed for hO(rs, roosts for fowl. Box powdertorllt tie turkeys and chicks post paid too. We want agents. . . THE Til FAN" CO, Lincoln. Neb rrHn nnCT r A V u lean all UtWI VTI ,boi n, Canadian Northwest Is toiut.nerlhe for Tub Rr.iMN Ktanparp. Land scents may eiagKer ate, but the newnnprr couldn't hide the truth If it tried. It rr (tact the daily life of the people their thoughts, actions aul tundttton, In a ttitniMtnd way which the alircvxl rcalvi rau de left, t vtii bftweeu the tints. till year, Usages; htil- rl.ti. n 11 IJU. m it Now. J. K. fWMS. Pa.'r Has 444- RC(HNA,Caaa4a FHU3TFUL TS1E&ZS )taltty, bt lj, loa Iwlj Giini vaifettrti hn. ttr i vu, Minl..t Ki-.4. Mj t'laak I J mi l Itw.tUn uiiwirj , ft i ir I rl.'Ui I j i.. . ita tHM Nn.r, l.oi aJ, kaoti. , its Imperial Hernia Cure Kupturt radically cured by ruw proof, In a few wrtki, without inconvenient" r Iwa of time In tatl. Stud for circular. 0. S. WOOD, Me D. Ill N, Y. Ulf PU , Omaha, LTAJOR MTES' VIEW Xatloaal Parties 'Musi Havs Katlenal Flatferms and Felleles Editor Independent: I am glad that Mr. De Hart continues to diffuse his political light in the columns of your excellent paper, wherein every sort of opinion has perfect treedom of ut terance. In my judgment, had W. J. Bryan held views similar to those of our friend De Hart he would have reached the presidency on the first trial, pos sibly, but on the second trial, certain ly. The encouragement and protec tion of manufacturers was one of the objects of the Union under the con stitution, simply became our fathers possessed common sense, and recog nized it as a duty to the generations to follow them to erect a government in harmony with the principles which rule the universe. The only consti tutional government that ever. repu diated tbe protective principle was that of the confederate states , estab lished at Montgomery, Ala., and which came to nought. Today, a protective tariff Is dotting the southern states over with factor ies and giving employment to the peo ple such as the confederate govern ment never could have brought into existence without an amendment of its constitution. For a government whose corner stone was negro slavery, and the discouragement of the civil izing arts, unprotection of industries was quite consistent. But the fates were unltlnd. Not only freedom, but protection triumphed. But I set out to say a word respect ing the necessity for national parties to have national platforms and poli cies. If the populist party is ever to cut a figure in national affairs it must, in the nature of things, wtJen out far beyond the "Omaha platform" or any other that it has yet adopted. When Thomas Jefferson attained the presidency he had the wisdom to un derstand that a political par ty must go before the country on certain fixed principles of government, that applied nationally as well as locally; that small questions come and go but tbe great always stand. The Issues on which he won his first term might fade out in a few years; he must therefore broaden in doctrine, if he would found a party that could hold the government for any . considerable time. In his inaugural message he there fore set out no less than thirteen vital principles, the eleventh being "en couragement of agriculture, and of commerce (inclusive of navigation) as its handmaid," that the "republican" party (then his own) would thereaf ter stand for before the country. It were needless to tell in detail how popular the principles of the new party became. , Every one of . these has lighted our government from Jef ferson's time down to the present. Under President Jackson the repub lican party ceased and the democratic began, but Jefferson's light shone right along, and attracted the millions of his countrymen. This is not to say that democrats more than republicans hold to the principles of Thomas Jef ferson, or that populists are wanting in faith in them. Quite the contrary. Americans of all parties are good Jef i'ersonlans, generally. Jefferson builded his party for all time. He used all the materials that he thought were good for the edifice. Had he used only two or three or three or four principles, as the found ers of the popuilst party did, It is not at all likely that his party would have endured a third of the time that It ha3 lived and ruled. Indeed, no party In any country is harder to kill today. A repudiation of protection will kill it the quickest of anything, In my Judgment. When I am asked for the principles of the populist party and point to the Omaha platform, and uiy, friend saya, "Is that all of your political faith?" "What do you think of this question, that, and the other?" an! I have to go to the demociatlc platform for one doctrine and to the republican for another, it can be seen that I stand Uttlo show of incretsing the populist party by the addition of my friend. "Why." he saya, "the populiit platform la only a few planks, scarce enough for the steps to a satisfactory national platform, which must be big enough to hold upon it every national issue." ' In a broad, full-sized platform some will fancy one plank, others will be pleased with different ones and the number of planks multiplies the mem bership wonderfully. In short, what the populist party needs to elect a president on some fine day in Novem ber, in some year in the future, i3 a national platform, good in every state, attractive to every honest, pa triotic citizen, with such skill in its carpentry as will command the ap probation and admiration of all men. The country should be informed fully of the principles that would be ap plied in legislation by a populist con gress, a. populist president and cabi net, and what foreign, as well as do .mestlc, policy, would be carried out? Parties seldom govern countries be fore their actual politics, are fully made known and approved. There fore, give us a palform big enough for the nation to stand on. WM. WALLACE BATES. Denver, Colo. . (Locke, more than 200 years ago, as Prof. Ely points out, asserted that disputations are traceable chiefly to the failure of the disputants to con nect with a common term the same idea. They are supposed to be talk ing about one thing, but are really discussing different topics. ' In the early days of America, when manufacturing was in its infancy and agriculture was by long odds the chief industry, there was sound reason for legislation to encourage and promote manufacturing. Then that industry did Indeed require protection in order to grow. It will be noted, however, that Jefferson placed agriculture first and regarded "commerce" as its "handmaid." The particular method of protecting the manufacturing industries, how ever, being In the nature of aggression upon the rights of the consuming public, had a result not expected by the agriculturists who were so free to legislate in favor of their "hand maiden." The "Infant industries" grew to enormous proportions and to day completely overshadow and domi nate everything in the republic. The conditions which prevailed in Jefferson's time have been completely reversed and as the direct result of legislation "in harmony with the principles which rule the universe," as Major Bates would put it. Agri culture is now the "handmaiden" to manufacturing but the latter is not so generous as were the agricultural interests in Jefferson's time, The "protective" tariff made America the home of gigantic manufactories but undoubtedly at the expense of the agricultural classes and those inti mately associated with them. Populist demands today for govern ment money and government railroads are for protection to the agricultural interests, ju3t as much as the Dingley tariff is intended to help the manufac turers. But with this difference: The so-called "protective" tariff takes from the consumers pockets and gives to the manufacturer purely and sim ply a legalized robbery; while the en actment of populist demands would simply stop the additional robberies which the farmer is compelled to suf fer by reason of permitting private persons to exercise government pow ersto control the two great meaus of commerce, money and transportation. If Major Bates will take the trou ble to read the Omaha platform again, I believe he will find it broad enough. He will find that it is based upon the preamble to the national constitu tion; and If that is "broad" ecough to sustain our government, it ought to be broad enough for a political platform. What Major Bates calls "protection" Is such from the manufacturer's view point; to the farmer It Is "aggres sion." What he calls "broad," the lawyer would call "multifarious." A "broad" platform, according to Major Bates, Is one that contains a multitude of planks, even though tney may be antagonistic or at least con sistentAssociate Editor.) Terhaps we are wrong, but we nver har of a lot of glrla organising a "naehelor GlrlV Club" but what we think It I a plain bid for matrimony, Ship Your Hides, Uools and Furs ToThos. McCulloch. CSTAlltHCD 1070. TU oldest UHihfH hid hmita ia Nebraska. vj h'ghl rotrktt trier. Makes pempt rtturoa, VrlU for prieea nd shipping Utf 017 Q STRCCT, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. Cigarette and Tobacco Habits CURED FREE IN ONE DAY, Each of the undersigned for himself freely and voluntarily certifies as follows: I hereby certify that I was completely and permanently enred of the tobacco habit by a free sample package of Tobacco-Specific, mora than a year ago. 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