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FRIDAY, SKPT. 11. 1801.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
The republican electors of the
state of Nebraska arc requested to
scaj delegates from their several
counties, to meet in convention i"
the city of Lincoln, Thursday, Sep
tember 24, lM'.U, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
for the purpose of placing in nomi
nation candidates for one associate
justice of the supreme court, and
two members of the board of re
gents of the state university, and to
transact such other business as
maybe presented to tin-convention.
The several comities are entitled
tv representation as follows, being
basevf upon tne vote cast mr non
Gro. II. Hastings, for attorney gen
eral in lv,). giv'"g one dclcgate-at-Iarge
to each county, and one for
each l.K) votes and the major frac
.... ti Keya faha....
. ... pKnnhall
l L"t ill
.. ., 4 nee
. ... Niiekulli
. .. Hl'asnee
Ti 'lerce ...
. . .. 41 Putie
7 tied Wtlll.W
:i .leliar.l'oo .
D Ko k
. ....II saline
iwi arny. . . . . .
. ... 3'Hallliler . .
n vi.ii'. Bluff.
. . s Seard
... ilieriu.iu ...
KEAS'NtV is talking of a cotton
palace for next year.
REITI'LICAN primaries next Sat
tinlay. Remember the date.
V'liKY republican should attend
llie primary fit his ward yt unlay.
"KKIiP in the middle of the
Ifetter make a sneak! for the
woods. Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Kach day without frost is benefit
ing the Kansas farmws to as great
an extent as 1'elfcr's talking is
Tilt" farmers are too busy gather
ing their crops over in Kansas to
heed or believe the calamity
shriekers this year.
TUB Cleveland Plain Dealer asks:
".Major NcKinley. why are you try
ing to dodge a discussion of the
Now is't that nerve! Dodge! With
Campbell too sick to come to time,
and not a foeman worthy the steel
of protection's gallant champion
wiiithin shouting distance! Dodge!
Discuss! Where in thunder are your
discussers? Inter! lecan.
. ... ti
. ... I
. ... 4
If we pass the proposed free-coin
age law, granting to the silver bugs
1CI cents for SO cents worth of silver
why not bestow upon the copper
men the Mine favor. As the law
now stands our government buys
all the silver produced in the I'nil
ed States at the market price, but it
retains this bonus for seigniorage.
Rather than buy all foreign pro
duct at 'JO cents above the market
price better purchase from our own
people every possible substance
that can well be converted into
money, thus f.ivorinir our own peo
ple, if any class of legislation at all
Ovular rronpft-ta Arc (iood.
Tim ittt few week have been bus
oiks with the oyster planters, pml lover
of the oyster will lo jjl.nl to hear that
tlia nresnects of H law bet aro good, and
the bivalves should bo plenty the coming
neit-'. Ii U e..inia:c.l tb: orcr a mi!
linn liuslit-ls nf shells havo been liiid
iliirt'll U--. the hi I '' t lln:itlTti 111 ill II.
C. Kuwe & t'u., l:M.()oO 1ju1h1s; Lti'lintf
tai & Co.. T'i.h.'Ii; F. Jhia-iii hi & Sou,
TO.OiW; O. Piiriiial', 4n.tXKI; Luneruft
Uroi, !rX'.'.llX'; riiitnimn Co , B.'i.OOO;
Uislir.p Co., ii5,0lK); U. ,M. Howe A Son,
Sn.ihiU; Unnu & Co., 2.),W0; Jeremiah
Smith & Suns, lOO.IXX); C. I). Panimlce.
41,000; M. Coleiiiuu, 20.W0; I.-.aac E.
Many of the lar(.o denier here have
bids at Stratford, Norwalk aud llrnl0'
IKrt, and repurts from these eectious are
Kpially eiicduniging. Ttio value of the
hell delivered at the bed is about
ei'ht cents rT bu-hel, which gives Miiiw
idea of the impQrtaii'.'is of the oyster in
dustry, a poor set meaning a sure loa to
Clams are very scarce at the grounds
around Savin Rock, Uy-it'-r Point,
Crane Par and South End, and the kw
dug are small aud l;' k weetuess. Lance
quantities nro being brought here from
Martha' Vineyard in sloops. Theso are
plaiiU;d in the (Juirjiiipnio river and dug
aa required for the trle. Lobster are
very scarce and the trade Is ao unprofit
able that but few pot are placed. Cralsi,
on the contrary, are uniuiially plenty,
and large catches are made in all the
bay and inlets. New Haven Letter.
ifnt ... .
H.- . .
No vote returned.
It is n-t'omemU-'l that no proxies
b addmitted to the convention,
uad that the delegates present be
authorized to C.i-t the full Vote of
the di legation.
It is further recomended that the
sHite central committee select the
ti niporary orgaui.atiou f the con
vrtion. John f. Watson,
WAtT.M. F.f I.Y, C hiiirmim.
: o u
? I linyer
J V';l!i'V . . .
I Wheeler ....
I.t addition to ilimffiT.
article to the consumer, the advo
cates of protection assert that it
will furnish additional incentive to
discovery, thus paving the way for
more t-tfective work with the expen
diture of less energy. Kach of these
claims has been verified time and
again. In regard to the latter claim
the following clipping from the
Toledo Itl.ide is the latest:
"Yankee ingenuity is proverbial.
Alnady we are beginning to im
prove on English methods in the
manufacture of tin plate. For cen
turies the English tin makers have
used tallow largely at one step of
the progress. An American manu
facturer has found tli.it cottons 1
oil is preferable in many respects
to tallow. Cottonseed oil is
cheaper, and its use in the tin in-
i'.'.s'ry 'low growing up in this
country will io.i-e ail a-l iiiionai
market for this important southern
Wonderful Growth of KIrtrto Travel.
Only twelve year have elarwd lnce
the first crude ingestions of the prac
tical working of au electric railway were
made, and four years aj.-o a list of a
d'lren wnnM eomprisw every neh rond
in the world in evu passably uecefu
ojieration, whatever the method of ap
plication The first large , commercial
electric railway wn, after iriany difficul
ties and dincourajfeuieiitn, opened in the
eariy part of hrn at Kiehmoiid, Va.,
and Binee that demonstration was made
tin indiiHtrr hfia grown until there ar
now in operaliou or undur contract, on
the general line laid down at Richmond,
not less than iiOO roads in the CuiUsl
States, Europe, Australia and Jajian, re-
(juinnif more than 4,hu0 cars and 7,0"0
motors, with more than 2,0X) mili of
track, daily tmleagv of nearly 5l0,0o0
mile, and carrying ri early a billion pas
ecngens annually. Fully 10,000 pisiple
are employnl on these roads, ana there
ha nver an authenticaUsl reiwrt
of death on account of the electrical
pressure unmL, Over jO,lK),000 are iu
vestfl in tins industry in this country
alone. Frank J. Sprague in Forum.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
The county convention is called
lir September l'.Mh, IVlI at Lotiis
;iu The primaries are to be held on
the EMh day of September.
The basis of representation is
based on the vote cast for attorney
giweral Ht the last state election,
one ileleiste for every H'teen votes
an J major fraction liieieoi, and one
at large from each wnnl and pre-i..
Liberty and Rock UlulTs precinct
wK'veil their inu.il vole as no
fair basis of appointment luuiu br
had on the division.
liclow w ill be found the place and
t!ie of holding the primaries and
number of delegates entitled to rep
enelNi T. TIM AND PI A K llKU
H. xlt Cre, pre. at 7 p in. Ore-nmsid J
t,xiiu Iteml l I p in South II -ii.) 4
I. iu'tvlhc. at 7 p in ll.ii'-'iiler hall 7
t ilil Mile lirnve :i lu 4 P i.i Hal i-bunl .
I'irtli si nith re 3 p in 1 ,o lor tcli'Mil linue . , 7
Oreenw.HMl 7 p hltowlt ll.ill 3
Flmwo.id 7 p m centre .ti. Mil 1i.mip 7
4 enter. .4 p fit M i I. V rli.Hil Ihiii-m fl
ft Ple ht Spin' lllimr wIiimjI hnllM .... 5
H " k I l"II 4 ti ill M..rtv - hm,l hon e
Tipton, 1 p III Ji.Hirt I A t-llllepi o0lt Kglr..
Sl,, I leek, 7 pin I. A K letll Kllliwo.id 8
W VI pre, I lo.l p in norm's vluxil bou-e...
A v.iea, pin Center Si-liiMil limi'm i
LM rity, i p III t nlon wli'sil ll.ii. It
ei'ATT Vinl TI4 I I 1 f
lt wurd. eotimil rhanilier
vd ward tteh.Hii liii
:trd Hrd, I :ieh evil hi in her oitlee II
4ii ri, W 'l I .-in. mop l.loi k 9
fjlll ward wh.i'il liou-e 4
WO'K'l W A I )H t ITI
l-t ward. S tO S. HI'lllMll ll.MKe ft
.id w-iid, to eniiuiMI eh.iniher ...
Jtd ward, t) to in, 1 l.lliall A fulleroffice S
loUl nuiiilierol deirates 1.'.;
Plattsmouth City primaries or
dered to be njx-n at VI o'cloc k m and
coakinue vprn until 7 p. m.
The loiirnal grows Irantic and
strikes iciim-ly at TllK IIl:kM.I
for giving credence to the sl.'.tc-
tin nt ns circulated in the great
eastern dailies in r. gard to tin
probable contribution t!ie Cnb.l. n
club would make toward the dcle.it
ol Me Kinley. Evidently the eiua
pinches the toe of our brother, but
we wish to remind Ii i in that then
will be others fully as hard to "lit"
before the close of the campaign of
VJ. Yes.it is reasonable that tin
great English monopolists were in
(crested in the downfall of the great
njMisiie to I'luiiai.M.i c c r. r c
tpietitly we may safely reason that
they would contribute liberaly to
that end. Yes, we are '-damphnol"
enough as is the "Intcr't leeaii" and
Globe Democrat to give credence to
a Idler publirlicd ly Mr Dudley to
the 4'ffcct that he attended the meet
ing and was eye-witness to the proceedings.
MmMM lis Opr
j fir limtaL
No Excuse for not having; a
Ilome ot Your Own.
Put What you are paying out
for Rent into a home.
C 0 U N r V - H li It V K V 0 K
CIVIL EN(. INKER
eoiiiiiy cleik will tat
r .Htl.'lnled to.
OH II K IN CDl KT IKH Sli,
MANl'IM ' Uf .il'AM.
7 per cent money for persona
wishing to build in South
Look to the Future
and invest now in
South Park. .
THE OPPORTUNITY OF A
Cold In ttaninivr.
To talk of K""r lii,h' a'ionht cold in
summer beeins abttird, and yet it Is m
necessary as in winter. Where the cli
niHte is rhaii'eable a h"t (lay is often
f..Uwed by a cis.l evening or a sudd'-n
r.Mii'-torm chills the air, or a cold wind
(print; up, (,'rateftd afl'-r tiie heat but
daiig.-riins to Oiose who nru thinly clad
nnh-'S the) are protect. d from it by
('at. .ii ii a condnct-T of hat
and allows It to ewnpe r; ppily from the
surface of the lly. As s-H.n as th
nirrmnding uir le-.-oine" c.,lt r than ti,"
i-liin it sVefiin tim h -at which tiie ls.ilv i.-
nr.Ai r n en j 1 h.
CHOICKST I1KANDS OP CIGARS
ri'ix I.IXR OK
TOBACCO ASt SMOKE S ARTICLES
always In stock
IRST : NATIONAL : HANK
I ' 1 vfcnrvi I iu i
- -riuBaU -- tTuaai'fct. Cuiitist -r-i
c-s A T . r-i r -T-r
JLi-i I j.
IN Tlllv CITY''-
Where may be found choice jvin
li.iiors and t ii;ars.
AMI lil'SKR Hl'SCII HF.KR. -'f
MAi AI.K Willi!, I.AIil.I
always on b.in I.
I'Ok.Nl.k OK M AIN' A.NH i ol'KTII slj
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE C
- and - in
Of PI.ATTHMOCTH. KKIIRAMKA
Psld lip CHpltAl ..
Amoiifr other reasons why it is
belter to invest in South Park than
elsewhere in the city, are these:
Property is more saleable if you
wish to sell, more rentable if you
wish to rent; if looking for an in
crease in value.no other part of the
city will compare with it in prospect
The .th ward composed largely ri
South Park, less than three years
ago could hardly muster up n vote
at the last general election the vote
was i:r. and ull were not polled. It
has been less than two years since
the city invited us into the corpor
ate limits, yet we haveoverone hun
dred newly built house oml others
in process of construction, owned
with few exceptions, by the parties
now living in them.
This part of the city has a ston
water mains, electric arc lights,
Offer tne very bet fm-iiitit-a fr.r tfcc prusp
Irsiitactlou ul illtlmate
Htnrli. bonds, K!4. fovernment And local r
ruritiM ti.ooilit mid id. Iee,iu r-iv-.i
Slid inn-rent iJl.med on Urn rerllll.:t
lrf drnwu, vlihie In w.y Prt of iht
fulled BUtes nd .l Ike priutipai towns o!
0OU.KT1OK MAbB ND rilOMeTLT BIMIT-tU.
HlKhest ms'ket ptlen pl4 tor ro:nity Wv
John Tit !mld I). lt;iwVw(,rtn
Maid WuIi, W"'1
lieorifs B. Dovey
lohn FIU4Tri.ld. . Wi:.-ri.
iintri-s tor its own iim-uk. A irn mm-1 1 1 '
ply of hent imt 1 prislucird. und thus j ;l ,,,.,v cjmn.j, ...litice just ( reeled
the pvti-in i (ivertised to fnpply the j
i!"in:ir;ds -f tho robl-r. Flannel i I of which the wjiole city is proud.
bad conduet'ir and ju.ir.is the tetnler
AT TIN HON PAk.MkkS
I want your Poultry, KggH, I
ter nud your farm produce of
(.!...(.. r ' . . . . .
biii. in, i win pay you tile lllirli
cash price as I am buying for
in ii in i.un'oni.
TIIK I.KADING GROCKR
H K C i ri.KNS HANK.
OtTltAl Ull! t.ld IU V
Authoruod Capital, f 100,000.
HANK CAKKUTll. JOH. A. TONNOrt.
W. H. CUHIUS'l. CMiiinr.
rrauk Crrntb J. A. Connor, f. H. (iutbn.t l
I. W. Johmoii, Hivim Bs:k. Jobs O'Ke!
W. I). M-tr.sm, Wm. Wutoucfcrnp, W.
b-iy more f.uih! ally, I' iainiiii; toh ln-rft.
- Iiiiis til K. r-ov.l in leli'-i' IIoiuO
I Iffy tei t nt I'.nllle. I. !..
.r'i s V.: . ri! t in el a part v of frielics
Sl.KATOK PeKFEK, the noted
calamity howler from Kansas, is
quoted a indicating that a mem
berrhip in the alliance is of more
value than a membership in the
church. Doubtless we shall soon
hear that PclTcr I. as superceded
RtAI'hK-l of the Hladc will re
member how vigorously (his paper
disputed the assertions of the free
traders that the new tarilf law
would restrict our foreign trade.
Some of the free trade organs took
occasion to abuse us fur this, and
to declare that our position was
incorrect when we said that the
foreign buyer bought where be
could buy cheapest of the goods be
desired, and that our exports would
sell, irrespective of what duties
might be levied on imports. The
proof of the soundiess of our posi
tion is shown by the official report
of the Statistical Hurenil of the
Treasury department. During the
seven month ending Angust 1, tin;
exports of the I'nited States gained
f:stl,rM),rtjO over those of the cor
responding seven months of the
year l'), while our imports gained
flO.nmitifsi over our imports for the
same period. We refer to the fact'
not in a spirit of vain glorious boast
ing, but merely to show that the
ll'aile'e position is sound on the
tariff qtifwt ion. Toledo Wade.
CJuilting nnd piecing, comforting
ami craiy patch f'ork and carpet
rn;r sewing satisfactorily done by
Mr. Vroman, M:i North Sixth street,
Plsttsmouth, Neb. tt
were M.j. y'iii' tlteiiiM !ve In tie; woo'!
lit.;r Siioie'-iiiiii,'. Sc.!.. lay, when tiny
Mi.l'I' t.ly I'liind that they Were, in n ilea
of rattlesnakes. On cv-iy sidu were bin
bin' k rattier), rtiakitiif the n r linx niih
the W' ir 1 n.u-ic f tie ir tails. Kv-ntt
rid thn other jiitch'd h.to the snake.
Willi clubs ntid ft.aies slid succeeded in
kdlifi thirl.t-n. Double that many mote
T'hrd. When t!;o rattles w?re counted
on the dead reptiles it was found that
... in l..'l.,l..i.t..l L,..rtl,
Oie UUU.IHIi., .,) !. -f n v.,
of tla snnki- wss over fifty feet I'ort
JervUiN". Y.) Union.
Vl.ltnm lo lluoi.' M rimiiuent
Tlie visitors to Ilun,s' iiiouiiiii. ut dur
ing tha lata UhL.gow fair vi'et.-k fairly
bruko tim iet:oii in oint of litiinuerii.
Fully 2.0(Xi jh tmils ,aid for admission
to t'tie inonnineut during tho wwk, being
Oitf, lH r.t unv ,,i.im, .n. ee
It i estimated that Mlsait one in thrisjof
thi;'-o who g out to ttio Paul;, of Donn
jTf) If. 2 the If 1' .'!i " ! II ' f ! t , '!'!. fuv.r.l-
if-tf to this caleol-t'i'.n, rio fewer than
COoO strangers mads dgriiua'- bi th
sjs.t duiitig t. week. Ayr isjcothnni,
Tiaiel. uf Mccdla.
Mr. J. Camplsll. of this place, when
a ii l nine year old. rxn a tn-e.lle in her
right srtu just alcove the elliow. Little
was thought of the occurrence until a
few days Ho, 'lien idle suffered great
pain in her left a.m. The family phy
sician made an eSituluution and found
the pain wm caused by the needle,
which was removed. During the twenty
years intervening the needle traveled np
the right arm, across tho shoulder and
down the left arm. Philadelphia Press.
fEASSiCTSU GENERAL BAMI1I3 BDSlSES
A West Chester (Pa.) mn, who went
to his stable vard early the other morn
ing to investigate a queer noise, found
a hone hud broken loose and a dog
holding on to the halter to prevent the
tiiinn! leaving the premise.
Mr. ThouiK Maxwell diepluyt a ripe
and w'U matured fig which wss grown
at her home in Linneus, Mo. The tree
which txir it is several yean old, and
thi is the econd year it ha produced
the faincus fruit.
Owing principslly to the fmciens
amount of mow in the mounbdni of
Colorulo this year, the water that far
iiished for the golj placer and lilrer de
poaila will be otilised to a greater extent
than ever before.
PUttemoiith's steady growth for
five ears pa.-t almost doubling its
population: the advance eland it
has taken regarding public im
provements, the certainty of a new
J.'!,f!!J! court house; the completion
of the great Missouri Pacific rail
way into this city, giving us anoth
er great trunk line and competing
market; the constant increasing
pay roll of the C. II. & J. shops, to-
rrntlm. U-itll .lt.l,t. ..ItiCT TTr!! k?f'll
reasons, assure a steady and pernia
tu nt advance in realty, which w ill
doubtless effect South Park more
favorably limit any other portion of
ll'fi a rt'intn tlietwirvrt'jfmnit of
a iitill yrml r 1wrth n thi xitt uf
lilt rity, .e trill OriitlliU t (ill
iH'inthli )iymi'iit, fnrnUh tnomy
with llii'h t't lft h'iW- trill ix
(.hoU'jt lot fur other itnjuonul city
irujntty or fur dmiinhh imjiruenl or
It I not so much the speculator
lylhe permanent resident that we
wish to purchase this disirable
property. Out of over fcloilTY pres
ent owner of South Park
property none ure speculators
hence there are no fictitous values
and lota nre selling nt about the
price they were itnmediatly after
it wne platted a strong argument
why the present i a most desirable
time for investment. Much addi
tional information regarding South
Park may be had by calling at my
office oa Main atreel over Dank of
tsue eejt'f 'At.- of fli-i'i.its liesrliig lnteret
llus slid sell, riciiai ife. r.iaiity sou
AN K OI; CASS COI'NTY
J. H VVs K N
STABLE A. 1 r .
i '. 1
GiiocnniEs, I '
t a'r.itm 'e ! tlio 1'nMo 'Soilcitoi
JOHNSON EDILDISGN Siltli!
Cm Main nd Fifth street.
emd np capital
0. H.Psmel Pretdetil
fredliorder Vies I'reaiosnl
J. M. Putlepmn Alielr
r. M. I'atterv.n. At tSJ-blM
0. It. Farmels, .1. M IVterso. Prd Oortlef.
A, H. Smith, K. Ii. VYludliuii. U. B. lUuney ttui
i QISEBAL BASK1KC BUSniE8
Asfflnnts snllrtted. IniereM sllowed 0 llm
1eMnit. slid pruiii.t sttenlionilveu to all bus
UieM eutnuled lo 1U Cute.
F. II. K LI-KM 5 A I'M, Prop.
TTUKNKY A LAW,
WINDHAM & DA V IKS.
II S. V-'t '!!! joiix a liAV
0T.ee over liuik of Cms County.
Plittsmoutli .... Ketits
A. N. BULUVAN.
Attorrry st-ljt. Will tlv rni.t sttent
! ii ruMiiiMMt enuurtea . iuhi. oihc
L'lIos block, EsAt Hide, f lAtt.mnuin, neo.
The best of f n sh meat always found
in this. market. Also fresh
'gg n'"' Hutter.
Wild game of nil kinds kept in their
MSI. MM b I k r. r. I fit
CAkKY A FI LL LINE OF
Millenary and 'hcnch J'lowbhs.
We also Imve a drew nisi. Inn department. BiAt-
SlIEWWfK)!) STOkK. PLATTSMOt'TII
jCAWSON A PEAWCK
Carry a Full Line ot
FINS MILLSSSR Y 'tAND CUIL-
ALB0 FKKHH CUT FL0WKH8
TEW HARDWARE STOIa
S. K. II AI L A SON
h rep ail kind, of i..,!;.t. rs hrd-.T3re -s hi
Wld will tnuiov rinitf itrlei OU lie . .
oiaoie teiui 0
i TIKT ROOFINQ
Slid sll kind. n tin oork liriinnt'T
one. Order, lroni ins coumry S"lu'il.J
l Pes'l St.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. A. WATERHAN k S
BUnglus, Lath, Bush,
aoa t, lbt aiaea,
Can lupplf erorw demand of the ti
Call and get tonus. Fourth itrto
la rear ot opera botiso.
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