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REPUBLIC. N STATE CONVENTION.
The republican Hectors of the
slate of Nebraska are requested to
Bend delegate! from their several
eounticH, to meet in convention in
the city of Lincoln, Thursday, Sep
tember 21, 181)1, at 10 o'clock a. in,
for the purpose of placing in nomi-
nation i. toici out i a tor uitv -
justice of the supreme court, and
two members of the board of re
gents of the Btate nniverMity, and to
tran-act Hiich other business as
maybe presented to the con vention.
THE AI'I'OK. lo.VMKNT
The Heveral counties are entitled
to representation as follow, being
barfed upon the vote cast for Hon
,Ot'u. H Hastings, for attorney-gen-
: er;tl in W. giving one delegate at
' large to each county, and one for
t-li v'-tes a'"' "lajor frac
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No vote returned.
ft i" reeoiiiend'-d that no proxies
be n-.hl-.-.iii'.-.-.l Id t::r i. :j!lVt
and tli.it the li -ati pre.-ent be
ai:tl,oti.. d to ( ,i-t the f ill ote of
It i further ri'i-omended that the
Hlate central committee nelect the
teiiniorary or;;aiii.itinii of the con
vention. Jnll ('. W'ATrfiiN,
W.o.T.M. 'f-K'.V, f'linirnian.
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
The county convention is railed
for September l!)th, Kil at Louis
The primaries are to be held on
the l'Jlh day of September.
The basis of representation is
tiased on the vote cast for attorney
general at the last state election,
one delegate for every h'lecn votes
and major fraction thereoi.and one
at large from each ward and pre.
Liberty and Rock Hlulfs precinct
iH given their usual vote as no
lair basis of appointment could be
bad on the division.
Hclow will be found the place mid
time of holding Ihe primaries and
number of delegates entitled to rep
viikciiiit.timkami ri ai r nst.
S tlt li k pre. at 7 p m ;rri-u'vimJ
Ae'ltll IVml At I pm south II ml 4
1 j,iivtiiH, :i 7 p m HaHi'fi't"r teill "
V rfilt Mils (ipitv 4 4 p in Hill piis lint 7
ri.tttHiiiniiili pre ; p m r.y lor nthooi lune .. 1
i i nv iw i p ist"nliiil
J-huwomt 7 p in e 'iiiii I'limil lioniie.... .
.'Hlcr. .1 p III M ?.l'' Bi'lliMtt hell-
Mt l'i'.uit. p in loltii'Ts rh(ioi himsn
Keek siHiN.jum Minrat -rhool liuti-i
1 iptiin. A p in T lilUiil Fuller "tl.rs K.ile..
Si i. vt- I'rsi'K , 7 p in ) A K lull Klinwuixl
W W pre. 1 111 I p III ( HX'Hi'p vlleill hull .. f,
Avoi'H, 4 p III IVlllwr selliKt hiMIe. 4
Liberty, 3 p III t'tiliin aehoiil lisiiN u
FrrroeTH ci rr
tt ward, eiinn'H pIihiiiImt H
J.t nl m tni'it h'iii-
Sol waril, ltli'hvn Innihi-r oflt w , It
4ih want, 'ttf-iuriiiiip bUick , II
ftiil I411 "ell, ml hmi 4
WKKIMSII WATIHI IT
1-.I W4ri. 5 H . V'lllHll hlillaf ft
Sii.l wiU'I, i fn i council ohiiintisr 6
it, I waul, ft to .. in, I i.IIiaII ,t Kullsn unlet X
liil.il ti umber of d'ii'K.iIi'" :
I'lattsmoutli City primaries or-
liTrd to be opn at 12 o'clock m and
continue open until 7 p. tti.
vjuilling and piecing, comforting
and crazy patch work and carpet
rag sewing natisfactorily done by
?lrs. Vroman, TIU North Sixth Htreet,
aMattsmotith, Neb. tf
"- floods arrivtng every day at
tlie ons price t lowlier. tf
The priuiaricH have been held,
and delegatee chosen to attend the
county convention, which meet.' nt
1,'Jiiixvilli? next Saturday. It will be
the duty of the county convention
lo iiomiii.it' republican candiTvc
for county olTu ern and tochoore
deleati- to the state nil i''H I i'ti.
which C'Kiveiu in Lincoln, Si pt.'Jt.
, The camp iign. on the part of U.i
'. i piiblicnn p-trty, may be cud to
Aiave opened taut Saturday. And
I Ji.sw that the pa'-ty hat conlided to
thiM- delegatt.- the impi rtanttrunt.
which they acce.it, tiny are in
houor bound Mae', in a v.-ay that
w ill reflect credit up in thei'ist lve
and intiure a victory r the party
In choosing Candida let for county
ofjjceri lue caution fll -llld be o)-'
served. In local electioim a grei f
deal depetid-t ujioti the character
and ability of tti man. 1'ach man
nominated upon the county liiket
rthould have back of him a career
and a character absolutely una
M.iilable. They Hhoilld be eapable
men qualified in every pai ticular
to perform the duties of an aflicer,
faithfully and well. We are going
into t.iiH campaign to win and we
cannot afford to permit eelfi.-di inte-
retn, personal friendhipn or any
other extraneoun condition to pic
vent the nomination of men upon
whom the inembern of the party of
all HectioiiH can unite. THE IIEK-
AI.I) ban exirei!ed no preferance
for ar:y particiilar candnlate. but
prefer to let the party (select it
standard bearers Hiid then we tdiall
be found contributing in every
legitimate way to the party Kuccesn.
The retiring state officers are
Chan. H.Gere, of Lancaster county,
and I-avitt Hrunham, of Douglas
county, regent of the state univer
sity, and Hon. Amass Cobb, asivici-
ate justice of the supreme court.
It is equally important that care be
exercised in instructing delegates
for state officers. There is likely to
be but little difficulty in selectinn
regents that will be satisfactory to
all sections of the state. There is.
however, considerable opposition
on the tart of prominent republic
ans to the renomination of Mr.
Cobb. It appears that this opposi
tion was caused largely because of
his actions in the Hoyd-Thayer cor -
test. Hut we believe that before
condemning nn officer there should
be objections other than that be
has performed his dut ies faith fu II .
If it appeared to Mr. Cobb that be
was acting under the direction of
the fiiudament.il law of our state,
and if that be true, there can be no
valid objection to his m lion, oil the
part of law abi'littg people. Our
supreme judge can not yield to
popular clamor in dealing with the
constitutionality of questions pre
sented for his consideration; and,
in fact, he cannot be expected to
court the wishes of the people in
matters pertaining to law. We
elect a judge in whom we have con-
fi.!:'i!re and from ivho-n we exp'
judgments rendered without bia
and uiiinll'i' ii' i d by i opiil.ii
opi n inn.
Till. Illk'AI.K only desires that jus
tice be done Mr. Cobb ;m I if in the
face of fact in the in. liter he in'iiii
sidered a weak candidate, it is the
duty of the convention to instruct
for Home other man. Let strong
t:ckets state and county be nomi
nated, let each member of the party
rally to its support and they w ill
be triumphantly elected in Xoveni
her. ON his return to his home from
the Republican convention by
which he was named as the candi
date for fjovcrnor, J. Sloat Fassett
was greeted by vast crowds of his
fellow citizens, and the speech
which he made concluded with
I have one purpose and that is
that this shall be absolutely, purely
a campaign ol education ami oria
ni.atioil. ,o personal detraction,
no per-otlal nbuse, no bolding up
the light ol false issues, no tolera
lion of falsehoods and misrepresen
tations. I here is enough for every
earnest American citizen to think
aUmt and to come to conclusions
about without sensational false
hoods and personal detractions of
any name or nature whatever. I
have licen culled a practical politi
cian. I believe I once said in Cooper
I'nion that f wish that every
American citi.en of Z years ami
upward was n practical politician
It i the first duty of every Ameri
can man to be a practical Ameri
It iti in this way that Republican
victories are won not only in New
York but everywhere. It is hardly
too soon to assume that Mr. Fassett
will be Governor F'assctt on the
first day of next year. Inter Ocean.
I.F.AVS the matter of voting with
the people, then the grand old party
of patriotism, progress and reform
will rest securely.
TllK primaries have been held
and the next thing in Order is'to
name the winning ticket,
A.MF.kK A lias ijWJPpl tramps
fjlame the republican pnrty. ,
' tHE SI
lT will go hard with a great many
democratic congressmen lo vote
for a free coinage man for speaker,
but they shall either have todothaf
or vote for the republicancandidate.
The silver mine syndicates of
Mexico and .dre.it l.rii.iiii vwfiu. Jo
have si grip On h working majority
of the expouinVr of democratic
doctrine, which it will be difficult
for the other faction to overcome.
The silver men have their eye on
fl.i.OOO.hiiO that the democratic party
will legislate into their hands, by
granting them a bonus of 'Jo iVut.i
on ever 371 grains of silver mined.
And jet the democratic howlers
) ell class legislation, etc. (jive Hi
a breathing spell.
IF you have a misshap, blame the
re i 1 1) 1 u a it party. Of course the
g. o. p. caused it.
THE TASTE FOR POETRV.
H Out, A ill liar McvriJ 111 .r
fur VnrMi Mt 111 Age rif firtrt-fi.
It would to tnti resting, wi.-ie it ii
iljle, to know what proportion of pi-o-ple
really care for poetry, ami how tl.o
love of jKX-try came to tln-m mid kt'.'W j,
them and where nJ when it (topped.
Modern poets whom one uievts aro opt
to My that poetry in not read' at alL
Byron'i Murray ceased to publi.di ps'try
iu lKJO, just when Tetinyton and Drown
tntj were Btnking tneir premiien, iroii
lily Mr. Murray wa wie in hit ti
tration. Cut it in also likely that ninny k r-oii'
evuu now aru attached to p-x-lry. t!. i,h
they certainly do not buy cotiteinjMirary
verwe. How did liio p.tsion cumr tj
them? How IntiK did it May? When diJ
the Musewiy (foodby ? To myself ps try
came with .Sir Walter Scott, for one
read Sliakc;eur ka a child, rather in a
kind of dream of fairyland and enchanted
isli-a, than with any dutinct corns iou
ness that one wan occupied with pjctry.
Jfeit to Scott, with me, came Loii(f'.-l-low,
who ph-aned one an more reflective
and tenderly K-iiliiueiiUd, while the re
flections were not no dw p as to be pin
tline. 1 r-mcai).-r bow "Hiawatha"
came out. when one wan a boy, and how
delightful wa the free forest life, and
Minnehaha and PaupukkeewiH and ici
kouii. One dii not then know that the
wine charm, with a yet fresher dew
Usai it, wan to meet one later in the
Kalew.ila. Hut at that tune one bud
no conscious pleasure iu poetic atyle,
eicept in unci ringing verse an Scott'i,
and Cam pls'l fu in Ins patriotic pieced.
The ph asure and fciieliatitinerit of style
fir-t apiM-aled to me at alxiut the awe of
fifteen, when one read for the fint tune:
rv) alt day Ioiik the nolMf of battle
Aniotik' tlir tiifiiintHlii lir tt.r tinrtljrrn arit
I ntit Klnn Arthur Tatilr. man hy mii,
IIm'I fuliru Id l.)uii-f.a ftlsmt tlaar liid.
Next I tried Teiinynoii, and instantly a
new liht of pis.-try dawned, a new lntinic
was ajilihle, a new g'sl came into my
medley of a r.mtheon, a jod never to In
detiironiil. "Sin ivareelr know how
Isantiful fire iii," Shelhy Kays. I am
convim i d that we scarcely know how
eri at a p' t L' rd Tennvson is; ln- hm
iiihde lit in too familiar. Andrew Lang
A Ciiiill aU-d Lawaiill.
If tlie bcM ttlli sin ('f tlie SiliKhaleM
ip their iiwrdinute love cf liti-'atiou, tl.is
certainly Ik rU-T- by their wry
troublesome law of uilierit.iiiee, w hicli
tesiihs in n. li uiiiititK kiihilivi.iotis of
propert r tint tiwoim iiin.li,il nnl nim.
t latiih sliare i.f j fir). 1, or too flfte ili
f s-iiiall e ir'lea, (i jit i ui ng. 'i iiapt.
h ili z n pMiiisiui'l a few piantainhj, ls-
'tllf II fl til. f'll i'tl' leg'll C'olltell-
tioti, of ij'iarn Is aiid of ci inn:, r.merw.n
IVrintit nietiii"iii a civ; in winch the
claim was fur tiie t'u thutiMuid fivo
liiui'lie-! :iii.l tw. utielli hliaio iu tlie pro
duce of tfli Cis oa palms.
To illustrate this suit 'f litigation tlie
Ke. li. ois-liee Itnld iiiioted kit oitrl-
cutecluim oridi-pnts Jirojs rty, in which
t)ieraeif the plain 1 1 ir was as follows:
l!y inheritance throiieh my father I am
entitled to one fourth of one-third of
fine-eighth. Through my mother I urn
further entitled to one fourth of one
third of one eighth. By purchase from
one set of co-heirs I am entitled toons
ninety-ninth; I rum another set sUo one
iiiiieiy-nintli. and from a third one
ninety-ninth mors. Finally, from a
fourth set of co-heiri 1 have purchased
one one hnnilred and forty-fourth of the
whole. Tin-re is nice rpieMion to
solve ere a landowner can bejfin to till
Ins field or reap iu produce! National
Jl'jst jieople who read a paper would
like to have it come to their liamls with
out any typiraphical or editorial er
ror. This is quite poftnible win u all the
fullowuii? conditiona come together:
Wlieu the contributor has written cor
rectly. When he li.'ui written the correct thing
When the compositor has only the cor
rect lelteia in the dilTeretit cit .
When he dis. nut take letters from a
When he sets them correctly.
When the "reader" corrects every er
ror. When the compositor corrects the
"rough proof" properly.
When the "reader" reads the corrected
When ths coiuiHisltor corrects the aeo
oiid proof properly.
When the reviaed proof Is carefully
When the "reader" hus sufficient time
to do this.
And when a dnten other clrcnmstaucca
work together for good. Lxchsnge.
"I say, old fsllow, here srs the five
hillings I borrowod of yon last week!"
"Thanks, dear boy I I had forgotten
all alou It."
"Ilanf it, old man, why didn't yon
UU ins that fire minute ago?" Londoa
No Excuse fur n t hiving a
Home ot Your Own.
Put What you are paying nut
for Ront into a homo.
7 per cent money for persons
wishing to buib.l in South
Look to the Future
and invest now in
ertTTi ArtriATlrTtTTVT-, V AT A
lliU wm m V wilt m V
Among other reasons why it is
better to invest in South I'iirk than
elsewhere iu the city, are these:
Property is more naleable if you
wish to sell, more rentable if you
wish to rent; if looking for an in
crease iu value, no other part of the
city will compare with it in prospect
The ,"lh ward composed largely of
South Park, less than three years
ago could hardly muster up a vole
at the last general election the vole
was l.'f.l and all were not polled. It
has been es than two years since
the city invited us into the corpor
ale limits, yet we huvcovcrone hun
dred new y built bolide oud others
in process of constiuiTion, owned
with few 4 ii'cplioiis, by the parties
now living in them.
Tbisp.irtof the city has a store
water ' mains, electric arc lights,
church and si hool pi ivcledges and
a new church edifice just erected
of v, ) i iTi the whole city is proud.
l l.iltMiu-ulh's steady growth for
live cat pa -t almo-d doubling its
pi (.illation; the aiUame stand it
has taken regarding public im
pro i niciil-. the ( el tainty of a fiew
J-UMIMI COUl I Iioiiim-, toe - t'oiilpo tool
of the great Missouri Pacific rail-
V :::t:? this ciy, g'v'ng us anoth
er great trunk line and competing
market; the constant increasing
pay roll of the C. H. & J. shops, to
gether wilh many other well known
reasons, assure a steady and perma
nent nd ancc in realty, which will
lotil'tlc-s effect South Park more
favorably than any other portion of
Wilh a rii w to (lit nviUTU'jnm ul
u iilill irmUr groirth f Ihh jmrt uf
the ity, we trill vniliwie t'i aril lutt mt
iioiijy jmyntihli, 'lilihlt miny
wilh wh hh to tl"t honst will rx
hnuijt lutu for uthir imjirocul illy
1'rnjnrly or for dmirnble improrhl or
It is not ho in iu li the speculator
its the permanent resident that we
wish to purchase this disirable
property. Out of over eighty pres
ent owners of South Park
property none are speculators
hence there are no fictitoua values
and lots ure selling nt about the
price they were inimediatly nfler
it was platted a strong argument
why the present is n most desirable
time for Investments, Much nddi
tional information regarding South
Park may be bad by calling at my
office on Main street over Hank of
COUNTY - 8 U K V F. V 0 It
A piiiimy c,'rk will I
' , i ,itt' ii'l' 'l t"
OFFICE I.N U1 kT llnl .si;,
riattsmouth, - Nebraska
J I I. IIS n-lTKRHKRC
MANt 1 Al It UK UK AMI
iikai ra :n nm
ClIDICKST DRANDS OF CIGARS
Fi l l. LINK OK
TOBACCO AM) SMOKF.n's ARTICLES
always in stock
i'iattsmout'i, - N l';;;;:.:s
IRST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK PI.ATTMM0LT1I, NKIIItAHKA
Pali) up capital ....
Olteri the rrrjr t-t twltine fur the promp
tr.iii'acttou ul Ukltlnmts
Htneka.rioiiiti, jrnld. Kverii merit nd I!
runtli-i IsMiKhl and mid. !ei)iui rins)
tnd iiiirtoi U"i-. on the certitlc4ts
Orlt diAwii, avsllahls In anjr pari of th
t'nlK-S Mim and ail tk prtuclpal Iswm o'
OJLtKTIOMS MADS AND PKOISPTl.T Bt!T
TSU. aiKbsst markst p'li's phI4 fr romitjr Wv
rkiiU, Klalr m nulilj tsitalt.
John Pit, rtild D. Ilnwk'wortb
Kio Wauiili. K. It. W hue
OrulKS R. l)or)T
loho FIOK'rxM. . Ws"ifh.
J I'K ( IT1KNS HANK.
PLATTSMoLTH NKI'ltASK A
JsjrMal utm lt paid In .. IV t
Authorued Capital, 1100,000.
'KANK I'A KKt'TH. JOH. A. 'ON SOU,
W. II. Ct'MUNu. Ca!nsr
'rank Carrutb J. A. ( minor. V. K. (;ntb i.ni
I. W.Johnou. llHirj lteok. John ()'Krfe
W, D. M. mum, Win. Wststifmp, W.
mUSACTIA CENEF.AL BDSlSES
BUM rJtlHr it- of p!T tJinnjf intTit
ANK OI CASS COIN TV
For Main ami Fltlh ilo-rt.
it II I'unisi. I
. a out
Cifd Oiinler PrMHUnI
I. M. Pili'ion ssIk-ii
T. M. PktterMin, A"t I IiIbi
n.H Pnnl ,1. M f'ltsron. frsd Oordsr
4, H. Sii.illi. K. H. WUitlntra, H. B.IUmtrj arid
f. M Pallermin
i' GENERAL BANK1KC BUS IB 58
Asroniit nlli ltsS. iTiieroM all,,Msd nn llm
tniMMit sin! prunipt aitenliongltsu lo all Dut-
iuM unlruAleil to its cars.
MEAT II ARK El1
V. II. KI.I.KMI.M M. Prop.
The best of In hh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
Kggs and Huttrr.
Wild game of all kinds kept iu tllf ir
( AMKY A rt'I.L LINK l)K
AlLLCNEIir AND BENCM fl-OWERS,
Vr alxilmvr adrsm makliiE drparlmrut. Bat
SllFkW(KIISTOKK. PLA i THMOl'TII
Chanborlaln'a Eya end Ckia
A eertalo enre lor Cbronlo Sow Eyss,
Totter, Bait IUicflm, Scald Head, Old
CTironlo Bores, Favor Bores, Emms,
Itch, Frairls ScTatxhes, Bor KIpplcs
and riles. It It 000II02 and ooUiIdz.
Ilundrods of cases have beca cured by
It after all other treatment ba4 Calls4
II U put op la I J acts t5 cent Iruicfc
Hm Ofetiii up Tha
' - Finest, - rieanrst, Ooet
in Tin-: city
Yhere may be found choice wine
liijtiors anil cigars.
ANIIKI SKR Hl'SCll lll.KU'.
H ASS' ALK Will I lv LAHI.I
always on hand.
COK.NFK OF MAIN AND'FiU KTH ST.
II. I I I 1 I'lllvtl-CIV 1
y. . j ,
HAS THE MOST
..... w a aM t W
STOCK IN THE CITY.
r,mw feli - a:;d in . nm
I want your Poultry, KgRs, Ilut
r and your farm orodm e of nil
kinds, I willtiay you the hiihest
cash price as I am tmying for a
urn in j.iticoni.
TIIK I.KADIN'G GK'OCKK
STAPLE AND FANCXY
a'loiia i- . tin: PuMe ' Soiioitod.
JOHNSON BUILDINGS SilMSt
TT'IUNKV A LAW.
WINDHAM & DAV1KS.
K. B. WINMMM. JOHN A. PAVIKS,
.Nntt7 1'iilillc lltl4l Put).l
OITlo nvrr Hiuik iiII'ua C411111I.
flatUmmjlli .... Ncbramha
A. N. SULLIVAN.
attorney at-ljiw. will rl nmmnt ilti-iiiloa
lo all hu.lns. stitrualt'd to h.ui. Olli, to
udios uioca, isvi Bins, riatUmoutn, Neb.
jSTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL A SON
Krsp all kitiil of ImlMi'n hunUsra on timid
and lll iiipiily roiitriirtem na moil 1
; tiist roofino;
: i :
and nil klnil n l in voirk promrlly
Otis, ordsrs Irmii Ida country iMlclted
(Id h'nl Ht.
I'LATTHMOU ru, NEII.
THE OLD RCLIADLC.
1. 1 WATERUAH & SOU
PIIIF LUMBER !
flhitiKloa, Latli, Piwh,
C'sn supiily ercrw dsmand of tho city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
In rear of opera bouse.
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