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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT MARCH 3, 1904. Will Not Help Your Disease, but Will We alien Your - Nerves. Folks -who think It Is better to bear pain than soothe it are wrong. Old-faahioned doctors used to say it yna better, because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous, heart-paralyzing drugs. But now, that a safe remedy has been found. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, It Is wrong to suffer, for nothing can be gained but weakened nerves. A safe rule to remember is: When in pain, take an Anti-Pain Till. This will soothe your quivering nerves. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve pain br restoring the natural secretions, in which they differ from" opium and sim ilar narcotic drugs, which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands. They are sure and harmless, and are the latest medical treatment fpr the cure of Headache, Neuralgia, Backache, Rheumatism, Dizziness, Toothache, Stomachache, Menstrual (Monthly) Pains. Also nerve Irritations like Sea Sickness, Car-Sickness, Sleeplessness, Indigestion, etc. Pleasant to take, quick in results. "I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills for sick, nervous headache, and have received the bent results. I hear "tily recommend their curative proper tif. for thy are successful." RKv. RAY A. WATROS. D. D., Iowa City, la. UniA K ili-iinirlcfci at f.t MflTICV tVLClC if first box does not help. Never sold In bulk. ri'D'FTi Write to us for Free Trial JCJEvJUXj package of Dr. Miles' Antl Pain piii. the New Scientific Remedy for Pain. AIho Symptom Wank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell ' you what Is wrong, and how to right it. Free. DR. MILJflfl MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES, ELKHART, UiU. St. Louis Address and Call. mm A afel HORSE COLLARS AjKYOUHPealertoSHOYT BEFORE. YOU BUY, MANUFACTURED BY .JZ HARPHAM BflOS.CO. LincolnuNeb. ooooooooooooo LINSEED OIL PAINT Direct From Factory s we miarantee our Mnseea uu nunt Vr and W hile Lead in oil superior to any O O O O NEB. PAINT AND LEAD CO. O OJoj to 309 O Street, Lincoln, o ooooooooooooo hieh grade paints in the market. We would like to have every reader of The Independc ni write lor tree price HhI with color cards and learn how how much can be saved by buying paint direct from the factory, Special price lor Unwed oil during February. rue touay. WANTKD KAlTllrTL I'EUSON TO TIUV I for wM ratahlWhed liou. In a few count leu calling on rcVetl merchants and if.ttU. Lota territory, hulary l-D per week tolth expenstt additional, alt parable in i'uti t-acrt Meek. Man 'V lor eiK'tt'a advanced. roMilon H-rinsiirnt liiiuM Micri 'slnl and pi'lilng. Munuiai-lur er and to hoirmlcr, lvp. I. third floor, S IKarlMirn hi. i imago. Ittinarlably I.ww Italee Lincoln to nil point In OMabcnia nnd Irnllm Umtorlfi, yym Llr.i-otn to nil Klntn In TrMi. r-at of Fort Worth. Sun Antonio MuHun and In l,miUUnr. wefct of AlcxamliU aud Monrm, tmly J 1 .". The Muori lattflc faltwuy nil! mil In th al.ui on-way ratca on frtbruarv lfi St Arch I And If. ' The only thiirW liht"d trjtla out rf l.incnln. fruit Information at ehr ticket o.T.cf, THE ST. LOUIS ADDRESS. We are fundamentally opposed to the present unjust distribution of wealth, that creates a system of so ciety in which the few get, without working; while the man work with out getting; a system which must re sult in either anarchy or despotism, and the total destruction of our re public. This condition is due to the monopoly of natural opportunities and jthe creation of special privileges by law. We maintain that this government, which was dedicated by- the fathers of the republic, to freedom and equal ity of opportunity, shall jfulflll its true mission. We Jemand itie oiening to all of the opportunities of nature and the abolition of all special privileges. In both of the great political parties of the nation are to be lound two ir reconcilable factions, one in" favor of governmental usui-pation, tending to the establishment of a new feudalism, and the other standing tor industrial and political libe.ty. In the people's party of the nation ties the only bore of the perpetua tion of popular mstitutfons. We ratify and reaffirm the funda mental principles of the platform of the people's party adopted it its na tional convention in Omaha In 1892. Free speech, free press, trial by jury and the rights of the people peaceably to assemble, are the :onstitutional rights of everj American citizen. We oppose their violation by injunctions issued by courts cf equity. We hold that the' right to issue and coin money and to regulate the value thereof is solely a function of the gov ernment. We demand public ownership and operation of those public utilities which are in their nature natural mo nopolies, such as the railroad, tele phone, gas and electric lighting. As to those trusts and monopolies which are not public utilities oi natural mo nopolies, we demand that those spe cial privileges which they cow enjoy, and which alo.e enable tbem to ex ist, should be immediately withdrawn. Corporations being the creatures of government, should be subjected to such governmental regulation and control as will adequately protect the public. We demand the taxation of monopoly privileges, while they re main in private hands, to trt extent of the value of the privUegeb granted. We favor the initiative and referen dum; the former to the end that the people may compel the enactment of good laws; the latter to th? end that the people may veto legislative ineas ures. We favor the direct nomination of candidates for elective public office by direct vote of the people, and the elec tion of the United States senators and federal judges by the people. The platform of the peoples party made at Omaha in 1892 was originally made in a conference cabled and held by the labor organizations February 22. 1892. Waherefoie invite the wealth-producers to take part in the primaries that shall choose delegates to our convention, guaranteeing mat the influence of i.his party shall be given to advance the iaierests of or ganized labor by the recognition of the union label on manufactured piod ucts. as well .is in legislation, which at last is the onl hope of just ccn ditions for labor. Wo criticise as unfair, illegal and unjust, those 'ecifeions or the courts declaring the labor law unconstitu tlonal, and we demauu a constitu tional amendment authutizing legis lation requiring the stale, municipal ities and pubiio rranchise-owing cor porations, their "conlracora and sub contractors, to pa workmen tno pic- vaillng rales of wages, &nd that upon public works, eight hours shall con stltute a day's w.rk. and we demand the abolition of the coatran system upon public work. We Invite the co-optratlon of al reform forces believing m the above piintlpU'fi. The joint cowmittwft of tre reform f( rrra, representing the p'oplo'i part) of the rutted S.aten, asdrmtJeil In the tlty of St. I.oi.l, Mo., on the 2?t 23rd, and 24th days of February, 1304, hereby call a national convention to meet in the city oi Springfield, I1L, on Lie Fourth (4th) day of July, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the office of president of tlx United States, and a candidate for the office uf vice presided of the United States; for the purpose of selecting a national committee of said peopie s party; for the formulation of a national plat form; and for the transaction of such other business as may legally come before it The basis of representation shall be one delegate from each congressional district in eacj state, with an addi tional delegate at large for each 2,000 votes or major fraction thereof, cast for Gen. James B. Weaver for presi dent in 1S92; te jndian Territory and Oklahoma Territory 5 delegates each; and 3 delegates frum eaci of the other territories, as follows, to-wit: abama Arizona 3 Arkansas 13 California 21 Colorado 30 Connecticut 5 Delaware 1 Florida 5 Georgia 32 daho 6 llinois 3f Indiana 2 ndian Territory 5 owa 21 Kansas 83 Kentucky ..V 2t Louisiana 20 Maine & Maryland .' 6 Massachusetts lb Michigan 22 Minnesota , 24 Mississippi .. 13 Missouri 37 Montana ........................ 5 Nebraska 48 Nevada 5 New Jersey 10 New Hampshire '. . 2 New Mexico 3 New York 45 North Carolina 32 North Dakota 11 Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas 66 Utah ... Vermont Virginia ashington . West Virginia Wisconsin t t 28 5 15 36 2 8 15 22 BURDICK, with plenary trict? Equity would suggest the for mer, and corrections are mads to con form to that Interpretation. The changes made are as followss Colorado increased from 29 to 30; Con necticut increased from 4 to 5; North Carojina reduced from 42 to 32, cor recting a patent typographical error (Weaver vote 44,736, and 10 represen tatives) ; North Dakota increased from 10 to 11; Washington increased from 11 to 13; and Wisconsin increased from 15 to 16. This makes a net re duction of 4 in the total, changing it from 931 to 927. D.) Reduced Kates South The Missouri Pacific will have two more cheap excursions on March 1 and 15 to Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico at rate of one fare plus $2 for the round trip. Arkansas and Louisiana offer great er opportunities at present than any other section of the country to secure the best fruit and farming lands on earth at ridiculously low prices. Illustrated and descriptive pamph let free. Call at the city ticket office, S. W. Cor. 12th and O sts., or address F. D. CORNELL, P. & T. A., Lincoln, Neb. 1 2 16 13 i 16 Wyoming 5 Total 927 It is recommended by the national committees that the call for a state convention in. each state shall be made by the Heretofore wing of the people's party recognized under tne laws of such state as a political or ganization. In states where both wings have an organization, it is rec ommended that a joint call be issued And in states where there is no legal organization oC the peopie'3 party, it is recommended that the national committeemen representing the two wings issue a joint call for a conven tlon. JO A. PARKER, J. II. EDMISTEN.' P. J. DIXON, C. Q. DE FRANCE, MILTON PARK, I. D. Joint sub-committee powers. Ry order of the comm.'? tees afore- .,nid. (Note; Six errors occurred In the printed call la?t week, owing to the t.hort time alloted to making the cal culations, ami a trifle of uncertainty as to exact meaning of the statement: "One delegate from each cmijessioD! district," etc. Query: Waihlh&ton has three representatives in congrtM, and North Dakota two, elected at lars;e does the text tiwzn a deW&ave for each congrfstman or for cah dis Mammoth Jack For Sale I have for sale a full blood ed Mammoth Jack, weight 950 pounds 8 years old. .bxcel lent build, heavy bones, splen did action, guaranteed breeder. Also, 6 of his set 3 yearhnga and 3 colts. William P. Kiilen, 324 Omaha Nat'l Bank B'Id'g,, Omaha, Nebraska. The Hotel Walton . 1516 O HTKKET, The beat and most convenient low priced bouse in the city. Kates SI per day and op. Basket The World's Bread with, its 760,000 square miles of ter ritory Western Canada affords homes for 200,000.000 people. THOUSANDS OF U. S. SETTLERS are going. Millions of acres of the finest farming and grazing lands open for settlement. Small taxes, cheap fuel, good climate, enormous crops. Lands sell at$3.so Per Acre and up, payable in ten annual installments. Why rent a farm when you can buy one for less money than-you pay as rent. For full information, apply to A. C. SHAW, Gen'l Agt. Pass'r. Dept., CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. CHICAGO. w Hides, Wools and Furs TOThos. McCulloch. ESTAUSHCO 1870. Ib oldrnt ttUUUhcd tide houta in Nebraika. Vj highctt mirkl j rlcr MkM n oij t return. Writ for rictt ud ihli t ing Ug. 91? O STREET, LINCOLN, NEDRA3KA. Meier & Meier, Attorney, T 124 1 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska NOTICE TO NON-UESIDENT DEFENDANT In the District Court in and for Lancaster County, Nebraska, James Gilliam, Plaintiff, vs. Martha Jane (Jilllam, Defendant. The defendant in the above entitled eauseis hereby notified that her husband, James Gilliam, has commenced an action against ber and on the 2d day of March, 1904, filed his petition in the above named court. th object and praver of which is to procure an absolute divorce from the bonds of marriage, and upon the grounds of severe and extreme cruelty aud separation. The deiendant is required to answer' the pe tutlon ol the plaintiff herein on or beforo tba 2Mb day of April, 11RM, or the allegations tbere ol will be taken ai true and decree entered ac cordingly. ' JAMES (JILL! AM, l'lalntllf, Py Meier & Meier, Ills Attorneys. PA KM KKS. ATTENTION. Do you wish to bpII your farm? It so, send full description, lowest price and best terms. Or, If you wl3h to buy a farm, ranch or Lincoln home, write to or call nn Williams & Urate, 1105 O st Lincoln. Neb. GREEN GABLES Th Or. 0n. F; Cailty SANA TO R I U M . Fi r Irrsimrnl pf nrrroi. V.ce, dUrair of wiKiu'ii, rbPiititaiUtn end In let (ell nn M.nUi li.iu dltra, luthi atid vlrt'lrlr c rn uu t.M iul li trrftiUifiii ii li k. and p!.yh al culture. IMt p th Ur rl, .fl ttiM -l tid ii( braiUtfullf turtilttird taiittortum lit tUe L MrlleM particular. Ad.lr Dr. DnJ. F. Balloy Sanatorium, llneoln, Ntbrataa. 3. w. tor, win & u V. l CDKNKI.U T, A T. A.