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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
Auff. 27, 189b.
HON. TH0S.E. WATSON.
WHAT TUB NBw YORK WORLD
SAYS OF HIM.
I riaty Debate ul Maa f OrMI
C"-Wh1 Hooar taa Offlce ef
VfePra!dest m Km Other Coald
b id VUW Xaaae.
v Tht populist eandldata for rice presl
lent. Tom Watson, of Thomson, Gs, Is
Marly forty yean old. It would mir
prist him to bs called Thomas E. Wat
on. Bm la rather below the medium
n. thin, welching 140 or 160 pounds.
HI angular, freckled face la always
Hrfooth-ahaven; his well-shaped head Is
eomed with a thick crop of hair of a
color hla friends call auburn, his
enemies red. He has a good flow of
language; tears In his voice when he
wishes to touch bis hearers' feelings.
Bat he Is a fiery debater. No one has
doubted his personal courage. No one
doubts that, whether he Is right or
wrong, Tom Watson believes he Is
Mr. Watson was born in Columbia
county, Georgia, Sept 6, 1858. He was
educated in the public schools and was
then sent to Mercer university, at Ma
con, Oa. He was too poor to go through
college and left at the end of the sopho
more year. Then he taught school for
two years. He read law under Judge
W.R. McLaws at Augusta, Oa., and was
admitted to the bar. He began to prac
tioe law In November, 1876, at his old
home, Thomson, Oa. He made a small
fortune for Georgia 140.000 or 150.
000, at his profession, the larger part
of which has been expended In legiti
mately furthering his political ambl
uoa. Beside the law Mr. Watson has
bean and Is Interested In farming.
Scarcely had Mr. Watson been elected
to the Fifty-second congress when he
wrote to Charles P. Crisp, a democrat
or bis own state, and a candidate for
speaker of the bouse:
"I feel bound to vote for that demo
crat who has been the most active and
radical in his demands for tariff re
form and who stands nearest to the
Ocala platform of the Fanners' alliance.
I hare no hesitation in saying that the
Ocala platform meets my hearty en
dorsement and that my chief hope for
any real reform, beneficial to the
mum, rests upon that order."
Mr. Watson soon showed that he was
a populist, not a democrat He in
grafted himself with the Farmers' alli
ance. He at once became identified
with the extreme, or third party ele
ment, as opposed to the conservative,
or democratic alliance, of which Con
fnssman L. F. Livingston was the
head. When the lines were drawn
more closely and the alliance declared
openly for a new party Livingston was
repudiated and Tom Watson became
the idol of the farmers. His influence
was strong because it w&a based on the
belief that he was sincere.
In passing it may be said that Wat
son has publicly announced that he is
fond of his wife. In a campaign speech
Mr. Watson made at Augusta, Ga.,
when his third-party constituents gave
him a rousing recentlon. Mr. Watson
"I thank you not only for myself, but
ta (he name of my good little wife,
who has shared every hour of my toil,
and without whose company I should
have been weak Indeed. If I have been
able to be true to you, which I think I
have; it I have been able never to for
get that down in the old tenth district
were the warm hearts of the people
nrhoee place I represented in the na
tional halls who wished their views put :
before the country; it was very largely
to that part of the firm of Watson and
wife which was the better member of
the two." (Cheers for Mrs. Watson.) j
Ooadncted by J. T. H. 8w1grt. Correspondence
Inmost week's Independent we In id
down a programme lor the called mett
. ing of the Nebraska Mutual Insurant s
Association. We hope to meet many
members and officers of local Mutua s
and get acquainted.
Ton will find us in Newspaper Row, on
the fair ground (life size.) We invite
yon to come and make your home with
as while at the fair, and on Wednesday
evening we will meet down town at the
Windsor hotel, corner Tenth and Jack
eon streets. We can get a good rate at
the Windsor if enough members will no
tify me that they waut hotel acommo
dations. Now if you, reader, are a member of a
mutual company and are going to thf
fair and want to stop at a hotel it would
be advisable to drop me a card at once,
but if not until Sunday, direct to me in
care of Windsor hotel, Omaha. All
hotels are now filling up. A word to the
wise is sufficient.
There will be uo insurance department
next week, but the week following we
will have a hummer if there is no pre
Are Tou Tired all the time? Then
your blood needs tobeenriched and puri
fied by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True
Blood Purifier. It gives vigor and vi
tality. Hood's Fills are easy to take, easy
.to operate. Cure indigestion, bilious
Have you tried the marching songs,
the patriotic rallying songs in "Sixteen
Silver Songs?" Just the thing for all
Bryan people who can carry a tune.
See the "Bryan March" to the tune
"John Brown's Body." Price 10 cents.
For club rates apply to Crombie, Pub
lisher, tf '
Consumers Purchasingngency, will buy
anything yon want at cheapest possible
price. D. Clem Deaveb,
Boom 0 Granite blk., Omaha, Neb.
County Cnftttoa People Iadapenden
Lincoln, Sb., August 14, 1890.
In APcordaDce with the instruction' of
the county central committee as ex
pressed at its last meeting we hereby re
quest the peoples independent electors of
the countv of Lancaster, state of
Nebraska, to elect and send del
egates from their respective pre
cincts to meet in convention in the city
of Lincoln, on Saturday, August 29, at
10 a. m. for the purpose of .nominating
two candidates for the st&te senate for
theTwentieth senatorial district.flve can
didates for representative for the thirt
ieth renreeenative district. County at
torney, county treasurer, county con
missioaer for district naming
county central committee andsuch other
husnessas mar properly come Dei ore
Each district will be entitled to two
delegates at large, and one additional
delegate for each ten votes or major
fraction cast for the Hon. Samuel Max
well, for supreme judge at the last gen
eral electiou in 1895. This will give the
following representation tithe various
precincts and wards in me county:
14 Middle Creek 18
21 Nemaha 12
, It North Bind....
, 16 Oak
11 Olive Branch..
, 12 Panama
Rock Creek. ..
10 Saltlllo 10
....... 7 Sooth PaM 6
8 8teens Creek 6
11 Stockton 8
4 Waverly 6
B weet Oak
......22 Weet Lincoln 6
8 Yankee H1U 11
It is recommended that primaries for
the election of delegates oi tnis conven
tion be held Wednesday August 26 and
that a full set of alternates be elected in
addition to the regular delegation. It
is also recomended that a complete list
of the delegates and alternates be sent to
the secretary of the committee and tbat
credentials be handed in in advance tnat
anv unnecessary delay on the day of the
convention may be avoided.
No proxies will be admitted but dele
gates Drr-9nt will cast the lull vote
their precinct is entitled to.
J. M. Thompson Frank D. Eaoeb
To Hon John M.
Lives ot great men etlll remind as.
We mar make onr llvee to on mo.
Bat Impreeeions left behind on.
May bob np to Tex ne any time.
When Held and ths Propounders of the
Gospel of Sliver.
West Lincoln, Thursday evening.
Speakers W. L. Morning and G. L.
Cotner, Thursday evening. Speakers-
Fred Shepherd and F. L. Sumpter.
Mill Precinct, Fitzgerald school house,
Thursday evening. Speaker Geo. Hib
Friday night, Fifth ward, Eleventh
and B streets. Speaker Geo. W. Berge.
There will be meetings this evening in
Oak and Stockton precincts.
In olubs of ten or more, Cam
paign Subscriptions lOo each. No
Silver Sentiment Strong,
Alliance, Neb., Aug. 25. (Special
Correspondence.) W. L. Green, candi
date for congress in the Sixth district.
made a very able speech at Hemingford,
the 20th inst., at 2 o'clock p. ra., and
at this place at 8. Be will carry this
district by at least 2,700 majority, and
it will not be at all surprising if it
reaches over 8,000. The people, the
friends of silver were never more in earn
est than now, and will elect their can
didates, all of them, this fall.
We have three good second-hand or
gans to sell on time if well secured. Call
and see them. 12-tf
Hon. George E. Hibner addressed a
large and enthusiastic crowd at Tauiora
last evening. Mr. Hibner is a logical
and convincing speaker. By the time he
got through talking most of his audi
ence was convinced of the injustice of the
gold standard and were enthusiastic
supporters of Bryan and Sewell. The
meeting was held in the open air, as no
building large enough to hold the
crowd could be found in the town. Mr.
Hibner reports a remarkable growth iu
the silver sentiment in Seward county.
The Modern Woodmen of the eastern
half of Nebraska are holding a "log
rolling" at Beatrice today. Among the
notables in attendance is Head Counsel
W. A. Northcote. The Lincoln contingent
left for the scene of the festivities at 9
o'clock this morning by special train,
and there were over 500 in all. The ''log
rolling" is being held on the Chautauqua
Palmer L. Clark, who took such an in
terest in our race meets last year, is out
with a circular announcing the Septem
ber meet at St Joseph, Mo., from the
8th to the 12th inclusive. The circular
announces that it will be the "most
novel and most sensational meeting ever
held in the history of the turf."
As Dr. Everett was crossing the street
car line today near the Burr block his
buggy was struck by a car and over
turned. The doctor held manfully on to
the lines and no serious damage was
Attorney J. S. Bishop has asked that
an attachment for contempt of court be
issued for F. W. Baldwin for failing to
appear and tell the court what has be
come of his possessions.
WANTED AGENTS in every county for
the oldest association in the world
paying weekly benefits for both sickness
and accidents; "beware of new schemes,
run by experimenters; work for the best
only." Address Universal Protective
Association, 904 Olive Btreet, St.
Louis, Mo. 15.
Dr. Sims gives special attention to ar
tificial teeth, crown and bridge work.
Burr Bl'k. 14.
WOMEN OP THE WORLD.
Fear Beaered aad Three
Miss Margaret Cresswell receives
3,S00 a year for acting as postmistress
la Gibraltar. The Gibraltar mail can
not be very heavy, for Miss Cresswell
at the same time acts as superintend
ent of all the poBtoffices on the North
African coast The first woman who
has received the permission of the min
ister of public Instruction to attend
lectures in the University of Munich
Is Miss Ethel Gertrude Skeat, daughter
of Professor Skeat, the eminent philolo
gist Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer, for
mer president of Wellesley college, is
now In Venice. She has accepted the
Invitation of the American Missionary
association to be one of the speakers at
the Jubilee of the association in Boston
next October. Her subject will be
Educational Equipment for Mission
ary Service.' Three active spiritualists
in Ran Francisco recently held an In
teresting celebration on their common
birthday. Each one has a great-great-
grandmother, one being 82 years old,
another 85, and another 89. None has
lost a whit of her intellectual ability
and ail three drank gayly out of tea.
cups 250 years old as they discussed
free thought and spiritualism with all
their old-time keenness. Major Ara
bella Macomber Reynolds 1b the only
woman who was ever commissioned
regularly in the United States army,
She distinguished herself consDlcuous-
ly in the late war, but now lives in a
quiet little town on the Pacific coast.
wnere she is known as Major Belle
Walt Framed Mirrors.'
Let not her to whom nature has been
hlggard of hercharms despair. If she
would see herself in the deceptive mir
ror as others see her with the eye, or
as nearly as possible, lot her hnain
to a dry goods shop and buy a Quantity
of soft, pure white material, guaze, if
possible, if not, Swiss or India muslin
will answer very well. Be sure and
have it pure white, and after polish
ing the surface of the mirror eather
the material at the center of the top,
and bring it down softly at either side,
framing the glass in folds of pure
white. When this is done to artistic
satisfaction peep In and see what a
transformation! The true tints of the
complexion, the expression of the conn,
tenance and eyes, the correct color of
the hair, will be very accurately re
flected. This is one of the milliner's
oldest secrets. Many of them drape the
glasses on opening day in the softest
drapery of pure white. It is done with
the view of giving the fair patronesses
the best view of themselves possible,
adminletering in this way a little sub
tle flattery, thereby disposing more
easily of a greater amount of goods.
Then the white-draped mirror, the
lace-covered toilet table, make a dainty
spot In any girl's room.
MME. CALVE PRAISES AMERICA.
Says She Would Prefer It to Any Coun
try bat Bar Own.
Harper's Weekly: Mme. Calve is as
loyal to Americans when she is in
Paris as they are to her when she is
In New York. She has been talking
to a Parisian reporter about L'Ameri
que, and assures him that it is an en
chanted and dreamlike country, to
which, if she were not French, she
would wish to belong. She brags hand
somely to her countrymen about our
vllles manifiques, with avenues as
wide as Champs Elysees, bordered with
structures two or three times as high
as the buildings in Paris, and brilliant
with electric lights. Even more warm
ly she praises the remarkable develop
ment of our artistic instincts, which
encourages artists to give full swing to
their true temperaments, and to inter
pret the masters according to their own
ideals. Melba, it seems, has told a
Parisian interviewer that after singing
in opera in America she hardly dares
to risk herself on a Parisian stage.
Calve says she sympathizes with her,
and, fond as she is of the Parisian
public, looks forward with trepidation
to appearing before It again. She does
not expect to make the experiment for
another year, when she will return to
Paris in May, "pour creer Sapho, de
mon cher maitre Massenet" .
The FhUoeopblcal Han.
After the serpent had swallowed all
the eggs in the nest he came to the
conclusion that he might as well take
his nap right where he was.
And the hen came back.
"This," she said, cocking her head to
ine side, "this is what I get for eating
all those brandled cherries this after-'
As Linn Cartman was plowing near
Cook he discovered what Is supposed to
be the largest snake in Nebraska,
Linn says it was about sixteen feet in
length and nine inches in diameter. , It
came out of the grass, passed across
the field and into a patch of high weeds..
The reptile was spotted and is supposed
to be a bull snake.
The old reliable Alliance store at the
corner of 11 and M Sts. Lincoln, Neb.,
conducted by Mr. J. W. Mussetter wishes
to say to its old customers as well as
new ones that during the reunion the
dollar will buy more than ever before
AOhanoe to Maku Money. '
?ild1w on? "'yon'Mbecrlbara made money
selling msbwnehere; 1 ordered one and my lady
Mends were charmed, as they hate dlsbwHshing
My brother and I commenced wiling them, end
bays made i,700 after paying all expenses. W
don t canvass any. Our sales are all made at
J.0"19-.. PeP' CO"" or eend for them. The
MonndClty Dishwasher Is the bet Ulchwsehet
on the market. Onr business Is Incretislntr. and
ten thousand dollars. We sell from flye to fifteen
roar-nines eyery day, and some days more. The
Dl-bwysner Is loyel.y. eyery honaekeiiper wants
one. There is no excuse to be poor when so
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on tbe road to success. a Reader.
This paper and Tbe Silver.
Knight both for one year for
15 In advance. I
Gorge W. Berge spoke at Agnew last
night. Mr. lUrga is an excellent cam
paigner and was greeted with a large
crowd. The school bouse was com
pletely filled. Agnew is one of the many
Nebraska towns in which the gold craze
s dying out, as one of the citizens ex
pronged it The vote now stands about
sixteen Bryan men to one McKinley
Three hundred and four delegates to
the Young People's Christian union came
down from Omaha yesterday and were
shown around the capital city on the
trolley lines. The tour included the state
house, state institutions and the old
soldiers' camp at the fair grounds. A
derailed trolley car interfered with the
arrangements, and necessitated a de
parture from the original plan. The vis
itors appeared to enjoy the trip, in spite
of the accident to the trolley car.
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