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trouble for an Imperialist to dogmat ically state what "several genera tions yet unborn will do. The New York legislature has voted a pension of $72 a month to Hiram Cronk. the sole survivor of the 51b. 622 men who enlisted lor the war ot 1812. The Chicago preachers are begin ning to preach about "greed for gold.' "the worship of Mammon," etc Four years ago when such sermons m:ht have checked the saturnalia that has brought ruin to thousands, The lude pendent was left alone to preach sun sermons. Then the pulpits were hold ing up such monsters as Schwab. Moi gan and Rockefeller as models for the youth of the nation, and The in dependent was like the voice of o-c crying in the wilderness with none to hear. But better late than never. Let the ministers go at it and mane up for lost time. The Smoot matter, the nostofflee In vestigation, the eight-hour labor law and everythine which the rennblira.ii congress intends to" decide in favor nf plutocracy have been put off until af- A. A 1 a . . . . ler - me presidential election. It is claimed, and probably the claim is well founded, that the anti-Mormons. the labor organizations and those who want honest government will thus be Induced to EUDDort the rerjuhliran ticket by such a policy. At thenext session everything will be fixed up to suit, tne men who furnish republican campaign lunds. - ,.,. Failures continue to increase every week and one of larere invnort ownrrfri in Nebraska. The, great firm of Kell, auger & uo. of Omaha went into bankruptcy. If that firm had ben readers of The Independent and had followed its advice, when all Omaiia went wild over the boom, it would not oe in me nanus of the court now. Wilshire's Magazine, as the readers oi ine independent know, has been published for two veara rn r.anaria and by the treaty with England has ueen arsmmited free in the United CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with local applications, as they can not reacn tne seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure It you must take internal remedies. Hall'? Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best , physicians in thi3 country for years, ana is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best known tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tbs perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such won derful results in curing Catarrh. Send tor testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best AHGEKT URED WITH SOOTHING, BALMY' OILS Cancer, Tumor. Catarrh, Piles, Fistula. Ulcers, Eczema and all Skin and Womb Diseases. Writ for Illustrated Book. Sent free. Address OR, BYE, JSi!!?. Kansas City, Mr FARMERS, ATTENTION. Do you wish to sell your farm? Ji so, send full description, lowest price and best terms. Or, if you wish to buy a farm, ranch or Lincoln home, writo to or call on Williams & Bratc 1105 O St., Lincoln. Neb. Y A N T E D S E V E R A L PERSON'S OF CI I A Tr ader and good reputation In each state (one In this ontily rntml) to represent and adver tlu olil established win I thy turnine bouse of solid financial landing. Salary J2.(ti weekly with filfitM additional, all payable In rnh direct each Wednesday from brad ottlr-ea. llorc and rarrtage tornUhrd when tiercssary. Ketercnecs, Kncln-wwlf addressed envelop , Maniifartnrm and holenalert, lHpt. third Hour, a.: I lfr burn let., Chieajto. Imperial Hernia Cure Rupture radically curetlby new process, in a few weeks, without inconvenient or km of time in Jural for circulars. 0. S. WOOD, M. I). inN. V. UUBMff , Omaha, Nth. Cancoro Cured Why urtr r ain and death from cmcer? Jr. T. O'Connor cur cancers, tumor and wen; m niU, b!.l vr !tr. AJJren KiCtt O fat, Lincoln, Nebraska. States, because Madden refused it transportation in 1 the mails of this country. Now - the . department has surrendered and it will hereafter be published in New York. Wilshire of fered the work of printing the maga zine to a friend of Tom Piatt if he would get its. admission to the maiid, and Senator Piatt went up to the de partment and soon had -the matter settled. That's the sort of govern ment we have in these United States. On to Springfield! It seems that while part of the Colorado judges are cowards, others are scoundrels and in collusion with criminals. Judge Palmer has Jufct discharged eighteen convicted ballot stuffers because, as he says, the elec tion laws do not apply to special elec tions. Any sort of a crime can be committed at a special election and there is no punishment. Keep away from " Colorado. It's no place for a decent man. Bank clearings in New York for the present quarter are nearly $4,000,060, 000 less than for the same quarter last year, while outside of New York they were practically the same. The pio vincials are "getting It In the neck" sure enough. A bill has'been introduced into con gress which It is the intention to pass after the presidential election, to de stroy the . legal tender power of "sil ver dollars. It is a trick, like the oid monetary crimes with which all pop ulists are familiar. It simply pro vides for the recoining of the- silver dollars Into subsidiary coins where are legal tender for only small amounts. Then when the panic comes, every man will find thai he will have to hunt up gold with which to pay his debts and taxes. Let them do it We can stand it out west if they can down on the seaboard. The congressional committee ap pointed to investigate itself concern ing postoffice scandals has made its report and finds "there is nothing in any of the cases considered that re flects upon the Integrity df the mem bership of the house of representa tives." That is laying the whitewash on pretty thick , Great Naval Disasters News was printed in the evening pa pers of Wednesday that the great Rus sian battleship, Pretropavlovsk, had been sunk, that of the officers and crew &i 900 only about 20 had been saved, and that the great Russian ad miral. Makaroff. the head of the Rus sian navy, was among the dead. Among tne saved was the Grand Dune Cyril, who was hadlv 'wounded. T!i news came from St. Petersburg and could not De doubted. The first dis patches were to the eflW-t thai i!i ship had been sunk' in the outer har- Dor oi rovt Artnur by a mine. The news of the next morning mmini' also from St. Petersburg, was to ihe effect that there had been a great naval battle iust outside nf Pnrt Ar. thur and that the Petrtropavlovsk had Deen torpedoed four times .and that four other - Russian battles?! i - tJ "V been disabled and were only able to crawi DacK into the harbor. That these are the facts is susroi the reports that came from different points that there was heavy firing at sea which continued for many hauls. vice Aamirai Makaroff's death is really a greater loss than would' be that of several battleships. He was the pride of the navv and enfavi r.a confidence of his sovereign. as well as of the officers and men of the sen ice. There was an explosion on our oan warship, the Missouri in whirr fun officers and 22 seamen lost thoir lUr and three more were mortally wound? en. u was caused uy a premature dis charge of a gun such an accident as often happens an tho Votinh rr but in this case powder was Ignited in tne namuing room and a second a plosion occurred. The shr tmt had a very narrow escape. The Missouri was at target practice, off IVnsacola, Florida. The Miei lal discount :ile hv Vr. .1 Schmidt & Hro, a r. noun red in this L- tme tlwrvrs your special attention. IK) not fall to tall and iiuiin m, runt lino of fining and Mir.iiuor mmmW now otTcred at bargain rn in If you cannot call, write rr ani.l-. Mull order receive uroitint an.i . .it. fill ttUHltioti. To HomcMtkcr rwn't il.-liv ir n the Sunny South. We have M v(u mi ut" i Mn,t tract, but incut f,.iv t i.tiitv). I., .i . . ...... --., ,.,,, , , . Pit t'" ""I r.t;.:,l Kb,. Life Insurance For Renters This article is addresoed to renters who have an ambition to own a home. i.JIome?, How the word ''thrills ns! With what pleasure we even antici pate some day possessing a home of our very own. It may seem far in the ;uture, 'but with ordiaary prudence and foresight, is quite within the reach of all. Read this article and act upon it, and you can make provision where by, even though you should die with in the next ten days, your wife will receive money sufficient to buy her a home. If you live a stated number of years, we will pay you a sum which will guarantee you a home. We will suppose that you are thirty-three years of age and the farm you live upon is worth $50 per acre. If the landlord from whom you rent should propose to permit you to fctake eff forty acres of the land and execute a bond for the deed specifying, if you pay $1.63 per acre every year for 20 years, over, and " above the rent you are now paying, and in case of your death', even though it be within the first year, to cancel all deferred pay ments and deed your family the land free of incumbrance, and Jf you live twenty years and make .twenty pay ments of $1.63 on each acre of land, not only to deed you the forty acres, but hand over to you the net earnings! from it after the taxes, and repairs have been paid, would you accept the proposition ? Remember, this guaran tees a home free of debt to your fam ily in event of your death and it guar antees a home to you with the net earnings from the land if you live 20 years. Is it not true, that If you can not lay aside $1.63 per acre for. 20 years, paying ?32.60 per acre fcr land tvorth $50, you can never hope to pay ioi a home on any terms or conii r'ens? If you will pay The Old Line Bankers Life Insurance Company, cf Nebraska, $35.20 per year,' which is equal to $1.63 per acre on forty acres of land, they will give you a bond se cured by a deposit of approved securi ties with the state of Nebraska, guar anteeing to pay your wife, or any per son you may name, $2,000 , in cash when you die. This money will pay for forty acres of land at $50 per acre. l jou, live twenty years and make 20 payments of $65.20 each, which is equivalent to pay big $32.60, per acre for forty acres of land, this company will pay you the guaranteed reserve and surplus, estimated at $2,086.48. By iiis method you can secure a home for your wife and little ones, even though you may not be spared to pay ,for it. Without this or similar protec tion vour wife and children will see many dark and gloomy days when the ir.coiiie you are now producing has ccas;d. Where will they live? Who will cart for them, who will educate, clothe, and feed your children?. It is your duty to provide for their, future You can do this by buying a poiicy In The Old Line Bankers Lite Insur ance Company, of Lincoln, Neb. If you die without it, the land own er will move your family, but If you have a polic,", we will furnish them the money to buy a home, If jou Hve twenty years, your earning powers will begin to wane. We will give you a bank account at the time you most need It. Please permit our representative to explain a bond to you. KemcniLcr, we write Insurance from two to ten dollar per thousand per yrar less premium and return to you tea to twenty per cent more money than eastern tompanlen pay. Before clos ing a cmtra t rhewhere, either see our agent or wrlta The Old Lino mak ers I .ifo JriHurnme Company, of I.la coin, Nb, For Sale or Exchange Tare (on and feed business In good hnBthr Hlth Ann established tuue. I 'rite. lirt.iNHi, owner ha rod rci f"r 'innfT, Will trade tor tttl N. trunk Hrm. lk-Tar MiKinnon, U'::h O t , Umuin, Neb, Cotthlaad. rat Mil to na.4 mtl Mad roa t ilJC fc i. I ten mall, mt Mil oulJlUi - V friar i mi' it f readrailx4 Mto, rir, I - L MlMraJ. E haunt ) affy PmimWu, arerrtUna; la pu i and paiutxTy Clea, fnelodtot ad. varnialb. d-1 ettora. atalnt, kniakaa, aviidrlaa, te. 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Kates SI per day and up. mi Bulletin of Reduced Ratco. Travelers of an economical turn of mind will be interested in these low rates. They apply from Lincoln. ban rrancisco Todav and fciw.iAM every clay until Apr. 30. I -of Angeles Portland Seattle Tacoma Home-seekers Kxcursious to the West and Southwest ''California and leturn ! one fare f April St h plus 82.00 I and lor round April trip. : mix. Full information at all Kut k Iand ticket ofllcea or by addressing F. H. Barncj, c. P. A, 1013 O St., Lincoln, Neb. HKi mm 1 vji I f tf A T l r 1 1 1 ifX MV7 toll lite trjfe UUtWIaaw i vl Ike tutu ItMit, t Mwt ai lti, Mitti.t aartM vthM fua ae a, 14 a. ikm, ad m hw fJVpet kai trua ymi tatan. ru. H . n. mm tiiwKl n mtuka. mm m mi r' tkMlaWr fW a Ml fm tmm a ti.Afct v 14 att mf4 K km imm H awl vrMe t0f, 4. K. II tilt, tl IWa.lea, IIMwt li. (biHni;t it not mattci t f act.