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MARCH 30, 1905.
PAGE 16 Ufa, Nebraska. Indopondorvt LCS MISERABLE3 Human Rights Are Never Considered When Property Rights Intervene Cincinnati, O., March 26. Sentences from a' lecture on Victor Hugo's mas terpiece, delivered at the Vine Street Congregational church, by the pastor, Herbert S. BigeJow. "The military hero Is like a meteor. With the flash of his sword his glory Is gone. For its fighters the world has fulsome praise and short mem ories. But the thinkers and lovers of mankind shine as the stars in heaven." "Victor Hugo believed that in every human soul there is 'a primitive spark, a divine element, incorruptible in this world, Immortal in the next.' He held that there was in every man an angel whom ignorance could blacken and hate transform into a field of hell." Tor the unfortunates,, society has hard Judgments and prison bars. Church and state unite, with hang man's noose and dungeon cell, to con demn and punish and kill these mis erable ones. For the disinherited chil dren of hunger and neglect we build jails and scaffolds, pausing once a week to worship with Him who said: 'Judge not Resist not evil. Love your enemies!' " . "The slums have been made by so cial Injustice. Vice and crime are but the vomit of the slums. It is infamous for the state to punish as criminals the victims of its own stupidity. What men need is not law but liberty; jus tice and not punishment. Were they For over sixty years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing ? rup has been used by mothere for their children while teeth ing. Are you disturbed at night and broken cf your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cut ting teeth? If so. send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup for Children Teething. Its value is incalculable, it will relieve the poor little winterer Immediately. Depend upon it, mother, there is no mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re duces Inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil dren teething is pleasant to the taste ,nd is the prescription of one of the eldest and Y t female physicians and curses in the United S'tate3, and is for $ale by all druggists throughout the world. Price, 25 cents a bottle. Be sure and ask1 for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." PERSONAL DENVER MUD Instnnl iincons rnre for nl ,lnflnmnmUon; instant relief in pneumonia, brouchltis, pleurisy, inflnmed breast?, tumors, chronie ulcer, tonsilitls, piles (external), boils, erysipelas, poisoned wound, rheumatism, lol ons, frpmins, burns, lrost bites; f0c boxes; S5e. iS'ER-VO-INK Those Eiiflerinir from weak nesses that will sap plea?nros oi life should take Ner-vo-ine. One box will work wonders. Has more rejuvenating and vitalizing power than any medieine in the world. 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RIGGS THE DRUG CUTTER . 1321 O St. Lincoln, Neb. truly free, they would prove their In herent goodness. Ignorance and hate are the evil spirits; light and love are the saviors of mankind. This was the philosophy of . Victor Huso a3 It was of Jesus, and Los Mlserables Is the Sermon on the Mount of fiction." - "Jean Valjean spent nineteen years in the galleys for stealing a loaf of bread. We have no use for that word 'galleys' now. Thank God, that is one word we have struck, from our' law books. We may measure the progress of our race by the words which it out grows. In the dictionary of the future the obsolete mark will be found after the words monopoly, poverty, million aire, gallows, just as now we have rele gated the words galley and slave to the dead language of a more barbarous time." "Rut let us not grow complaisant. The equality of men before the law is still an ignorant or hypocritical boast. The other day congress voted . itself $190,000 mileage money for a recess which did not occur. About the same time it was reported Uhat a man in Delaware after a trial which cost the county $225; -was tied to a whipping post and flogged by the warden for stealing . three mackerel valued at twenty-seven cents. Who willuay that big thieves stand on an equality with little ones, or that human rights are as sacred as property . rights in the courts of our land?" "Jean . Valjean was angered that so ciety should deprive him of a chance to work. He saw the bread in the win dow. He thought "of the starving chil dren at home. With a flash of resent ment, he said, 'If they will not let me work, I'll steal."' "An imprudent act, you say? Yes, imprudent, but not wicked. If there was any crime, it was the crime of so ciety in doing what is done even to this day in permitting some to mo nopolize the common gifts of God and condemning others to beg or starve or steal." ; ' "Les" Miserables tells of the hateful ness of force, lof the power of love. When will the world forget that death less story of the common sorrows and the common hopes ? Jean Valjean and the good bishop they are the chil dren of a noble genius! These lives, exalted by the greatness of their Ibve and their pity and their sorrow, are like the mountain peaks that rise above the clouds of night, flashing from their crimson heights, the light of a better day. They tell of the vast Sunrise of liberty that is yet to dispel the gloom of ignorance and shine upon a world where laws are just and men are kind." S2.50-VJ0RTII SENT FREE-S2.50 Dr. Franklin Miles, the Great Specialist In Diseases of the Heart, Nerves, Stomach and Kidneys," Will Send $a.5 Worth of His New Special Treatment Free. Hundreds of "Incurabre" Cases Cured After 5 to 30 Physicians Failed. There never was a better opportunity for persons suffering from diseases of the heart, nerves, liver, stomach and kidneys to test, free, a remarkably suc cessful Treatment for these disorders. That Franklin Miles, M. D LL. B., is one of the world's most successful phy sicians is proven by hundreds of won derful cures of well-known people. One patient cured after failure of eleven Grand Rapid3 physicians, one after being given up by thirty physi cians, one after nine of the leading doctors in New York City, Philadelphia and Chicago failed. Dr. "Miles' New Treatments are the , fspecially prepared to 3uit each case., They relieve the worst cases in a day and quickly cure. One thousand testi monials sent upon request. As all may have the Doctor's Book, valuable advice and $2.50 worth of treatment, especially prepared for their case, free, as a trial, we would advise evey sick one to send for them at once, tomorrow may be too late. Describe your symptoms. Address Dr. Miles, Dept. G., 601 td Cll Main Street, Elk hart, Indiana. BREECH LOADING SHOTGUN 5 OUTFIT. SEND US $3.98 and wt will n4 you this IS-gaiita, 30 Inch single barral breach Joading shot gun and tha cam pic ta outfit aa shown, with the understanding If you do not find it per f e c 1 1 y satisfactory, one of the strong-eat guns made, equal to any in shooting qual ities, and if 70a do not find the outfit complete and high Sade, yon can return e goods at our ex pense and we will im mediately return your money. The gun Las a fine steel bar- rel. taper choke bored, plain shell extractor, top snap break, pistol grip, patent butt plate, beautifully finished. Guaranteed one of the best single barrel breech loaders ever produced, ine outns Includes 25 high grade paper shells loadod with . No. 6 shot, one take-down Victoria, canvas gun cover, leatner handle, nicely bound, 1 good reloading set consisting of seven pieces: One graduated powder and shoe measure. 1 shell crimper with expellln? pin. 1 decapper and loader with base block, 1 loading block. 1 recapper, 1 ring shell extractor, 1 cleaning rod with wool swab, soratch brush and wiper and 1 webbing shell belt, we bouorhs 14.000 of the breech ioaders at a forced sale, and while they last will make the ridiculously low price of ' 93.9 9 FOR THE GUN AND THE COMPLETE OUTFIT. If you don't send 93.9 for this bargain gun and outfit, don t fail to write for our free Gun Catalogue full of price surprises. $ 1 0.90 for one of the best double barrel hara merless breech loading shotguns ever madej $1.29 per hundred for the best 12-gauge loaded shotgun shells made: 19 cent per 100 for best 88 caliber cartridges ever made: $16.09 for Winchester repeating shotguns; $ I T.BO for Remington double barrel shotguns with steel barrels; $ 1 6.25 for Marlin take-down shotguns; best five-shot automatic, self-cocking revolvers, $2. 79. Liberal terms, easy conditions, wonderfully liberal offers, JSmWW. "J&. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. & j v" $ 3 & & & & J t 'sunia ipunoo ;. 'OO G33S NVWH3lNnOA o;um 'sajiddns Xj;iiod pue saq 'ssxoq Xjjaq Jspaas uspjeB pue ppij jo sputy jaqjo Jiv MMsnl J3d 09"8$ It . p9W VJIVdlV ABl M SJ3UJJBJ Jj f? 1? f? Jf." Jp J? J? IT 3 Live CATTLE me Stock S-niissIon. , SHEEfV Kye & Efifcftanafl Co tOt'TH CUAEA, KEBBASKA. Best possible fervice in all de partments. Write or wire us for markets or other information. Long distance telephone 2305. V Abolish Privilege The agitation for socialistic and pa ternalistic measures against plutocracy offers to those of us who believe in abolishing legal privilege and estab lishing untrammeled competition the opportunity of a generation. But this opportunity is to be availed of, not by assailing the masses who in their rage at trusts are turning blindly toward so cialism for relief; it is to be availed of by sympathetic co-operation with them along the only lines that can truly se cure their object. If we, are to influ ence public opinion in the right direc tion at .times like these, we must dem onstrate our sympathy with those who wish to go in the right direction, and not with those who seek to serve their own interests and wreck the common interests by misleading appeals to true principles. Our demand must be for the full and free competition that makes for social equilibrium. We have no call to join in the hue and cry of the privileged interests for any scheme of competition that leaves their privi leges untouched. Our demand should be for that full competition which annihilates all priv ilege.. Over common affairs, the sov ereign control of democratic govern ment, and no farming out of govern ment functions; over private affairs, free competition, and no interference by government. This is the true prin ciple, and now is the time to give it po litical vitality. To illustrate the prin ciple in one of fts aspects, with Kansas for our object lesson, what could Kan sas do to check Standard Oil aggres sion if not what she has done? What alternative. By codemning the pipe lines to public use as public highways, which is their true character, and go ing no further in the direction of state intervention- than to operate, these highways as a necessary incident of common use, she would make the busi ness of producing and refining oil com petitive within her borders, so far as transportation is concerned. If such competition would be defective within the confines of a single state, then the problem expands from a state to a na tional question, and that is all. The es sence of the whole matter is expressed in these few words: In common con cerns, popular government must gov ern; in private concerns, free compe tition must regulate. The Public. Griswoid's 'gSss Seed Corn is the surest, safest seed to plant because . " you get the kind of seed you buy." r ' - More vigorous than seed grown a little further south. Matures earlier; is out of the way of frosts. AH our seed corn is selected with the greatest care from large perfect ears. 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