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PbUsmniith Daily Herald
KNOTT3 BHOS, Publishers
rimii-,ne.i sv,-rv Thursday, lanit dally eveij
u-.ii rd at the riattsinoutli. Neb. pout.
'.'. i y tii.ii-imi,.i.iU tttruiurh tin? U.jS. walla
"-i-'l il clan ratea.
'iHl.'n comor Vln. and KiftU streets.
TSIlMS rlB WKKkl.Y.
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i!'.e coiiy. diio year, not in advance
On cy, U Dumthf, In advam-e ...
Ot, d C".y, three niiiiith", la advance.
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MONDAY, SKI'T. H.nWl.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
The republican electors of tlie
Htate of Nebraska are requested to
(tend delegates from their several
cooit le-a in JV.s' i t Mfivt'fittoll ill
the city of Lincoln, Th nrr-J.iy, Sep
teftibcr 24, lttll, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
for the purpose of placing in nomi
nation, candidates for one associate
) ii stic? of the supreme court, and
two members of the board of re
Kent of the state university, and to
' transact Much other business as
maybe presented to the con vention.
'The several counties are entitled
tt) representation as follows, being
based upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. H. Hastings, for attorney-gen-vr;J
in (living one delegatc-at-La
ire to each county, and one for
'f each V) voles and tin
the major frae-
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.o vote returned.
It i reconietnh-d that no proxies
be aildinitled lo the convention,
and that tin' ib -leu . 1 1 s present be
autliori.eil to cast tin- lull vole of
It is further recninended that the
st.ite central committee M-lect Die
t'-rtipornry or'ariization of the con
vention. Juii c. Wat. son.
W'AI.T M. Sl.LI.v, Chairiuan.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
The county convention is called
for September I!Mll, 1VI at l.ouis
ville. The primaries are to be held 'on
the l'Jth day of September.
The basis of representation is
based on the vote cast for attorney
general at the last Mate election,
one delegate for every h'teeu votes
a:id major fraction thereoi, and one
at lart;e from ea h ward and (ire
Liberty and liurk llliilts preeinct
w.isiveu their usual vote as no
fair basis of appointment could be
had on the division.
It, low will be fouuil the place and
time of holding the primaries and
nuinbi-rof delegates entitled to rep
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Totnl mtlnlM-r of di-ii-Killeft )-'i
riattsmoutli City primaries or
dered to be opn at I- o'clock m and
continue open until 7 p. m.
Otiiltinj; and piccini;, comforting;
and crazy patch work and Carpet
rayf sewinj; natisfactorily done by
."!rs. Vroinan, .l;l North Sixth street,
riatlsiuoutll, Neb. tf
New Good arriving every day nt
JI0L the out price clothier. tf
TlIK next most important event in
the political arena is the meetintfof
Hill's convention, to lie held some
where in Xi-w York.
TlIK latest argument in favor of
reciprocity is that K'ni-r Mill
Hreckenriilue and the other fellows
dovu there are opposed to.it.
f.AST week U kinh'V, the man
Willi a bill, addressed 4m peoph
ill Ohio. He argued th.it it was
better to work for the interests of
'America than Great Itritain. That
sounds patriotic and si-usihle.
I!.VLMA( KDA recently issm d J'-i-0n,ii(l
of papercurrency that is now
worthless. In other words, lie pur
sued the reckless policy that is now
advocated by the inflationist of
our most extreme third parly men.
TlIK silence manifested by Cleve
land lhi- past few weeks, accord
fittingly wi'li the absence of his
name from the democratic plat
form. The republican party would
fare better, however, if they would
allow Grover io talk u little mole.
He writes very sound letters on tin-
silver (pielllion, in fact too sound
for the party to which he belong.
It has been announced, author
itatively, that a corporals tfiiard of
the distinguished "political ped-
ironies ' represent inn thedemocrat-
5:ir!y "'ill mm viit ilii-nnrthwi-nt.
ostensibly, and according to their
declarations, "to teach the people."
TheOmaha Hee remarks that there
is probably a typographical error
conveying tlie wroni impression.
The Hee says it should read a party
of dcmaroiruc, to mislead the
HEATkKK feels hopeful of the
establishment of a shoe factory in
the near future. If the citizens of
Heatrice are thoroughly alive as to
the benefit to the city, likely to re
sult from an industry of this nature,
they will surely leikfuiate effort to
secure its location. The west needs
i greater variety of industries. We
need riot remain a purely agricul
tural country always. Let u en-
leamr to create every possible ave
nue lor Hie consumption oi our
pi ji 1 1 ii . ami factories for the manu
facture of commodilies that we
ill nit have.
Si:( ur.l KY IlLAINi: has an
noiinied that be will remove to
Washington by I li t. I. This an
nouncement is conclusive that be
will soon resume bis negotiations
looking to the f art her exteii-ioii of
reciprocal trade relations with
those nations with which we can
exchange product s.iti-l.n tonlv.
Let the jrood work o oil. The pvo-
fileof this country re.ili.e that, e en
thus f.ir, they have re.iliei more
actual lieni lit from a single tn aty
of this nature than they KVI.K re-
Ceivell .it the bands of the l.-nifi.
I'ralic party. The f.u t iJ. ei ry time
that party h is been pi; d in power
tile colli se pltr-ll-d W IS i'i) reckless
and detrimental lo the interests i.
th, p f,,le ihat they had !.,.., II,-,
halt. I tut not so with the o. p.
Their work becomes more popular
as it becomes known.
Ir is reported that Ireland is on
the thri shhold of u potato famine
and yet in California they rot in the
ground as there is not a demand
for them. How well it would be for
our potato growers if it were pin-.
sible lo transport their crop to Ire
land, but this would prove imprac
ticable. The fact is. we' must de
pend upon a home market for pro
ducts of this nature, exclusively,
a:i:l f..r the la iu lit of .the pro
ducer of these products, it behoovf
us to put forth every leitiniite f.
fort that will increase the home t'e
ni. mil for these commodolies from
the farm, This can best be pro
vided by cre it in more industries
employing more laborers. Let us
not for yet to cast our iullueni e
with that political party that lias
always been in the foree;oiind in
providing for the employment of
labor at remunerative waes and
the creating of H home market for
. , -y
Human Society's Work.
Ill nil large cities are brnnches of
the Humane Society fuuiided by
Herg. A horse is discovered badly
oalled.or is cut or injured,' lit oii i-
a society member toinmand its
ri-st nnd the immediate apolicaticn
of llaller's Harb Wire Liuimriit,
which rxperience lias shown is tin
best remedy made. For sale by all
A Cura far Paralvila.
Frank Cornelius, of J'liru ll, InJ.
Ter., says: "I induceil ."lr. 1'inson
whose wife had paralysis in the face
to buy n bottle of Chamberlain'
I'll in llalm. To their vrreat Hiiprise
before the bottle hail all been used
she was h treat deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one nidi
but the I'd in Halm relieved all
pain and noreness. and the mouth
assumed it natural nhape." It is
hIso a certain cure for rheumatism
lame back, strains swHini and
lameness. 5(1 cent l-ittn-s for ialf
by K. (J. Fricke4Co.,IriiKJi'-
Ion llravon fur tta Tvculiar Flavor and
th Method of Curing.
la the eiise of perlque tobacco t'.iB
BtrippiriK of the Uii.lrili from the leaf
causes the leaf to fall Into two lateral
halves, which are placed on top of each
other in such h maimer that tho blade of
ime half of the leaf alternates with the
Jilex of the other Tln-ixs are tli!-ri
twisted into what are calh-il "torquets."
These tynjiifla are folded upon them
aelves, side by aide, and are placed in
etroiijf boxes, which are about twelve
inches square, ami subjected toprewurB.
After twenty four Injurs these turquett
are taken out and repacked in the muiif
manner as iK-fore every twenty-foyi
liotir for a p-riiHl of a week, the idea
Is ini? evidently to hubject the turquett
toa uniform pressure tliroiif;hout. Aftel
tins js-iiod has eliips.-,l thew tonpieto ale
Tepaek.-il m-vry tiin-e days for about two
we-ks. Diirimj all this time the tobacco
is subjected to a constant, htendy pren
Kiire wnli a pr.-f-s of the most primitive
I hhould not foret to state that afn-i
th tob-ieeo hat Iss-n placed in the -.r: a
one week a black juice flows out of the
box, which has a pleasant odor, not un
like fre-dily cooked prunes. Square
piiH-en of cottonade, IS by 18 inches, are
laid out. ami on t.hew tlm trqn-t are
os-ned, or, to use the term of the Kn
li.sh ip akin- Arcadians, the Virqnet
are unraveled, great care beii pecea
aary to leparhte each leaf.
The largest leaf are laid npon the
cottonade first, mj that wlien rolksl the
largest leavea will serve aa a covering of
the carrotte presently to le decriU:d.
The niualli-r leave are placed longitudi
nally nion the larger ones until three
and c::e L:i!f ta fr p..unJi i.-i j-4..j
ujKin the jiiece of cottonade, the ends of
which are turnwl inwardly. The cot
tonade and content are now rolled into
carrotte, the ends of the cottonade are
nulled out and a utrini; tied to each end
to prevent the carrotte from oi iiin, and
the whole wrap-d in a clothesline,
usually made of cotton.
The wrapping is performed in the
primitive man tier thai characterize tn
operation throughout. L'e is made of
a wiudlaM and a rope; the end of the
rope ia made fai-t to the carrotte. pa- d
around a post (driven into the Krotiu'U
a twist in now made around the carrotte,
and with each turn of the carrotte the
pressure U inereaed. Tin is continued
until the whole of the carrotte is envel
oped: the rud in made f,.-t Ly passing it
through several turns of the rojie. Thin
tiiiisliea the carrotte, but, before it in
placed Ukiii the market, it is allowed to
ii'e, which is UMially from hx months
to a year. During this tune the tobacco
i allowed to nndero a tlow fi-rmentii-tion.
whii Ii (,'ivisi the uroina and tate
that dii-tiiiitn-li this tobaeco from all
The amount of j riquc Krown and
niuiiufaetured has uveia' d, (luring t lie
five years preceding iv.i'1. I'j.iioO c ir
rnttes of four puiudY p r annum.
Wholesale tol 'aix'-iinsla hnve expressed
the doubt that any modern nietho-l
would iT'idino tobacco wuh as fine
flavor as that produced by the old and
primitive manner just di rili d. Thar
Hum a KIiik Krrp t ieil.
Ahlxmsch ohc may. not kt-t p e;.-;!, it U
RlUle aatlbfjl'tlntl to n-:id bow r.li..'s
manage it. Tln-ie in the kin' of f-'iain,
for instance . ilo i. s.iid to have in one
of bis country pal ices a wonderful pa
vilion. It Was built by a (.'hiai-M, eu;i.
in-.-r ax a p fu;;e for ti e knijj (imiii liis
illi 111" heal of ulllll.'l'T. Tie- walls,
ceding ai.d tlo- 1- III- f. .rilled of pie, e o(
pl,iiee.4 ;ui iiji h I'nUk. They uru so
prbllv tl-d t. t !i r witli a irans-
iient cement tlmt tla- j'liiit- nre iiivi
; ttiid no fluid can i i.i irato. 'i lei
avilmti U twenty i i:;ht f.i t loii mid
seM-ntis ri wi le, and "lutein in tla: mid
die of a litie basin ma iu of beautifully
When the k i ii if enters t'no pavilion the
Kindle door h i loM-d and cemeiitej. Then
the (.luice gate are op tied and the bain
in filled with wat.-r. Higher and higher
it rises, nntil the pavilion is covered and
only the ruitilatora at the top connect
it u-ith tl mn - U' ...- . I.
' . .. u . . . 1 , MWM b.V U ' Ul
the nun in no great that tlie water almost
boils on the mrf-ice of the freshest foun
tains thin pavilion is dthcioiinly cisii.
And this i the way the king of Siaui
cmi1s himself off in hot weather., It
sound very delightful. Exchange.
Am Antnmati Hrappr.
One of the unmt iiigeuioii ami at the
s.'iuie time practically n ful among the
an! anatio mucin ne which have l-en in
troduced is a device which forms, fills,
Weih and m-ala pack;igen in those es-tabli.-hmenti
where large quantities of
gissls, such as lino cut b.bacco, soda,
starch, etc., are constantly put up. The
0 Ttion Iry which this remit is a com
plbhed, though decidedly novel, is Hot
at all complex in any particular, the ma
chine connUting merely of a serie of
forming blocks, reoptarU-a, folder,
guiuioers and feeders, all working In
mutual Jiariiioli)', so that the package
are smoothly and Continuously produced.
The forming block suceeanively size
Die paper, which Instantly afterward
is wrapped around them, folded and
gummed at the end; the paper sacks are
then plunged into receptacle filled with
I he commodity with which they are in
tended, finally folded on top and sealed.
New York Sufi.
it ru o.
Aa IrUh servant girl came t her
niistres one morning begging permission
to go to the dentist to have an aching
"toot" tilled, saying that it had been
going "thumpity thump, thum'pitv
thump!" all night.
When the girl returned, her mibtres
"Well, Katie, did yon have the tooth
"Of did, luum."
"What did you Lave it filled wltM"
"01 don't know Juit phwat It was,
mum, bat from the way It fales Oi
should t'iuk Itwu t'undsrsnd lolghtnlng
be d put into it, mum. "Youth' Companion.
Ouu III I IIIIIX
I ii imEl
No Excuse f)r nr-t having a
Home ot Your Own.
Put What you aro payintr out
for Rent into a homo.
7 per cent money for persons
wishing to build in South ,
Look to the Future
and invest now in
A luting other reasons w hy it is
better to invest in South Pitrk than
elsewhere iu the city, lire these:
Property is more saleable if jou
wish to sell, more rentable if you
wish to rent; if looking for un in
crease in value, no oilier part of the
city w ill compare with it in prospect
The alii ward coinMred largely of
South Park, less than three years!
a'ii could hardly muster up u vote
lit the last general election the vote
was PCI and all were nut polled. It
has been less than two jears since
the city invited us into the corpor
ate limits, yet we havenverone lion
drcd newly built house onil others
iu process of coiislruclion, owned,
with few exceptions, by the parties
now living; iu llieiu.
This part of the city has a store
water mains, electric arc lights,
hiirih and school priveledes and
a in--,v church edifice ju-l t reeled
of which the whole city is proud.
I'l.ill-inoiitli's steady growth for
live cars pai-t almost doubling its
pi piilatiou; the advance stand it
has taken n ganliug public im
provement, the certainly of a ne.v
ssii.imO court bouse; the i omph tion
of tin- great Missouri Pacific rail
way into this city, giving us anoth
er great trunk line and competing
market; the constant increasing
pay ndl of the C. H. A J. shops, to
to I her with many other well known
reasons, assure a steady nnd perma
uyit advance in realty, which will
doubtless effect South Park more
favorably than any other portion of
' With a ri. ir (i tlin itviitKKjnii'iit .if
ii Klill ijiml'r ijritirlh of thi jhrt '
(A i-it;, in will viuUhiu' to mil of on
nii'iillil; jmyiiH nls, fnrui.h ttinihy
irlth irlii'h In tlf l Aoinc trill rj
ihuuiji- lulu fur uthir imjirocul iihj
I'li'jn rly orur ilmirnllt imjirnrnl or
It is not so much the speculator
as the permanent resident that we
wish to purchase this disirable
properly. Out of over Kioiri V pres
ent owners of' South Park
properly none lire fpeculiitors
hence there are no lictitous values
and Iota lire Helling nt about the
price they were jmmediitlly nfter
it waa platted a strong argument
why the present is a most desirable
time for investments. Much addi
tional information regarding fcoutli
Purk may be had by calling nt my
ofllce on Main afreet over Dank of
11.' D. WINDHAII
. coi'Nrv -urn v hvok
A cnuiity eleik wll! be
r:Uti nJed to.
i.'KK'K I N C lit KT 1IOI SE.
Pbittsinoiith, - Nebraska
ii'Lii s i'i;i'i'i':Ki!i:K-.
JIASl lAl ll'IO DC AM)
nr.Ai.Kii in nut
CHDICKST HKANDS OF CI0AKS
rvi.i. i.imk or
TOBACCO AND SMOKE.x's ARTfCTFS
always in stock
IKST : NATIONAL : HANK
Of PbATTHMOL'TIl. KKIIUA8KA
PaM up capital Svi.r-Wio
Otlsri the vrrv b". facilities fur the iiromp
traii'actlun ut IlKltlmais
llK-k, Nwls,Knlil. itnveriirneiit and Inra;
jnritls iBiuiflil and mill. l)eisitu rerelvsa
snd iniereM alloel on the eertillcsi.
Dralu drawn, avllalil In any part ot III.
Unites hi ale. and all Ike principal Uwus oi
0OU.SX.TIONS KAilK AWI FBoaiTLT BIMIT-
Hlkliest market plre pli fur County War
faiitw, bUle iia 4suli
John KlW.'srald I). Ilswliurtl
S.m Waiiitli. r. E. WLiie
lieorK B. imvey
lobu KlUk'rkld. B. VVsuirh.
Prr.ldent tal let,
hk citizkns hank.
iJsyllal ttockpsld In :.yt
Authorized Capital, 1100,000.
, - orrickK
'BANK CAKKCTI1. JOH. A. CONNOH,
I'rmlilsnl. VSce-PfrmaBi I
W. II. Ct'BHISU. Cabier.
rank Carrutb J. A. Connor. J. Ii. (iuttimm i
I. W. Julin.uu, Heurv Bo-tk. Jntin O'Kncfe
W. U. Msrnani, W'ra. Wlncainp, W.
TEANSACTSIA GEKEP.AL BAK KING BOSltiCS
ium rjvn''it." (if t-ariti(r tutTwl
Hum isitU aril f ifliai.;'. fount) mid
ctly . i.i m n
AN K OF CASS COCNTY
Cur Main slid Fitili lun-nt.
iali1 np catiilal
0. H. Pamela PreslilMlt
Krcd 0'ifler V Ice I'resiiuni
M l-mlersiin Canlielr
I. M. I'alK-riMiu, s Ast C's'lilel
0. It. I'srhiels, J. M ruttemefi, Fred flordsr
A, M. Smith. K. II. Wlnilbaio, II. B.Uatuner mut
t. M falteOOB
1 GENERAL BASKINC BUS IB ECS
Awminn ilpe(!. iTiicrest sllnwsd os time
J-,olta and rom.t aiteiitlongivru tn all uui
Uieaa nlliKlrO Iu Ha csja.
MEAT II A EKE T
V. II. LLLLNBAl'M, Prop.
The beef if fresh inent always found
in this market. Also fresh
Kgg and llultrr.
Wild game of nil kinds kept in their
aa as v-l A 1 11 nikl.tr fTl
CAkKV A FI LL I.I.VK OF
AlLLENFRY AND B K NCH fLOWEHJ,
W slso bavc a dreu maklDg dspartnisnt. Hat-
Sll tk Wi Kl S rcikB. PLATTSMOUTII
jCAWSON A PEAWCK
Carry a Full Lin cat
FINS SIILLSySR Y fAND CUIL
AUK FKKHII CUT FU)WKKfl
BOOM 1, a. LIT tux I,
Mm Opnaui uu Tha
rim-it, Clciiu- at, - Cosiest -
1 TH K CITY
Where may lie found choice wiiu
liquors and ciktars,
AN II Kl'SK W Hl'SHI HKKR. ,
liAS.S' ALK WlIlTi; I.AHKL, '
always oil hand. '
O v 1
('h'Mk'oK MAIN A.M"l-'i it'KTU ST.
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY,
I want your Poultry. Kir ltd, Hut-
ter and your farm produce of all ;
kinds, I wil. pay you the highest i
cash price a, I am buying lor a
urn in i.incol
R. PETERSEN, I
THK LKADLN0 OROCKR
riuttHinouth : NVItraHka i
J. H A .N.S IvN
IIKAI.F.H IN i . ' '
STAPLE A ft'w r.ANi, . , )
i !iroiiai;c 'l tint ruble !Soicite,J.
Etoflr ni Feed a Snecialtr
JQENEON EUILDISGS Sil'f. Et I
nou.NfcY A i.AW. j
WINDHAM i DAVHIS
H. B. WIMIIIAM. JOIIM A. DAVtFs ' i
Nolaiy l ul.llc h.iUrr l uo'lle
Offli-s over Hank nf Cai Ciuiiiy, i
nslUnnaittt .... Ni-lifviij j I
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A. N. SULLIVAN.
AttumrV at-lj. VIII a-lva luomni .u
to all Mi.lns-a rnlni.trd i,i hui. OfTV "ii
.Unloa bluck, Kaal Hids, l'lall.Dinulli. .i-b.
jSEW HARDWARE STORC
S. K. HALL & SON
Keer aii kiinla n tiiiinieni lisrdwrtni on hand
and iil .upply i-niariK-iera na ineil Ut
and all kind. u I in ,rk prnmptly
flue. Oiilsr Iruui Hie couniry Bnlk-lti-il
SIS Pfal St. I'LATTSMOL'TII, Mtll.
THE OLD RELIADLE.
i. i. nwm k son
8hlrjlos, Lath, Bash,
Can supply Tcrw demand of tlie city.
Call id J get tortus. Fourth street
la rear of opera house.
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