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August 19, 1897.
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
"The Hub" still
W ill k 9 f r - I
Now is the time to buy your winter clothing.
THE V UB,
Great Mail-Order Clothing House,
104-106 North Tenth Street, - LINCOLN, NJII,
JERRY SIMPSON COMINO,
Writ that He Cannot Refuse to Attend
tbe Big Convtntion,
There is no Jojik'T any doubt that
Jerry KlmpNon will bo In Lincoln at the
state convention Hopbr-uiow 1. Cbuir
man J. II. KtJiiiwteu ban been tiroleM In
bin effort to Kt the famous Kansas con
grewttnan to come, and ban been eiiccns.
ful, Mr. O. W. JIiiJf, manner of
Jerry Hlmpson'a political campaign in
now in Lincoln on the stuff of th Ihuk
PKNIjknt. It wu with bit assistance
that Mr. HimpHon wan in-cured. He ba
rewlvnd the followinir letter:
Mttiiimie mmk. Ka. Aur. Jfl, 1807.
0. W, llend'M, Lincoln, Neb. -M Ih?ar
Ilciiibx": I have concluded to strain a
point and come to the Nebraska stnt
convention on th lot of Kepternber, I
do till because tin re are no mun.r good
fellow there tbat 1 cannot refuse, no
matter what the mitt. Writ rna the
bent route to come, Yours truly,
Owing to th larga attendance of del.
gates the county central committee baa
decided to change the place of meeting
ol the Democratic county convention to
the Y. M. C. A. building, Thirteenth and
A street, Lincoln, 3eb In place of Fife.
Kerala null as belore announced, imn
ocratN may get their ticket by calling
at the Democratic headquarter. 111
North Ninth street, the morning of the
convention. Jim. auxaiun,
I.KB W. ICllWAIillM.
Kec. Pro Tern.
Tho Democratic county central cotn
mittwi Im called to meet at Democratic
heHdiiunrlere, 1 11 North Ninth stnwt.
Lincoln, Nub,, Kntinday, August 21, nt
1 p. m., for the truiiMuution ol important
buslines. A lull at teiKjimce is ai-mred.
I.KK W. KllWAKHN,
Hec. Pro Tem.
Mr. F, I', I'arieh who was nominated
lor county enieriiitenilent two yearn
ngo Im a cundidate lor the eamn position
title fall. He lean old teacher of thin
count r and a graduate of Lincoln Nor
mal University nnd thoroughly ao
(iininted with the need of our school.
He Ito an extensive acquaintance
throughout the county having taught In
eeveral ilinerent precincts. lr. Parish
wouni tiwue an active ami nggremuve
campaign and would be a strong cundi
data More the Mople,
The I'miHc railrond swiudle, not hav-
lug leen carried out during the eesnion
ol congress, I now being puhid Ihrough
tliwvarioue depart tnenla at U'tthiiig
ton, Thureton of Nebrntika, and Ki-
1 ver nor 1 lower ol New J oi k, ure
the leHdi re In that stuiwtulous scheme
ea.as Ittjr tirala aa4 live Slash.
tUrd Wh.st Ut$At ill l i 4tU
Ui v.si.itUr's tl.Miiia n4 Uat
Hll IIIM "H Ht. ?ri
Ulr dm A Soil Ml til 4 t tbubl
IUl4 WMttN t. iH : N S. So-Vl
W 4, TTei rt4, lie m 114J4, tie,
Still W4i-N. 4. ,c, M4 S,
Nil ., lrvlt. I'M
ant wkt N. i 1 iK i n a
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f U4lriU 4I lt4Vl(l 44(4
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rolls over Ne-
braska prairies with Suit and
Clothing bargains unsurpassed
by any Clothing house in the land.
Our Fall Catalogue is now out and
you can have a copy by sending
your address. It will post you on
prices and show you the latest
styles in Men's and 1 Joys' Cloth
extra quality flit wool
suits at 4.00 and
Hats, Shoes, Shirts, and every
thing worn by men at prices which
can never bo duplicated under the
new Dingley tariff.
1 li Ormtte4t T All Tr,
An induetrial combination onaiernle
which will mark an aiKMsb in centralieo'
tion I promfeed in the near future, Ac
cording to Htock Kxchange goeelp the
following corporation are mentioned a
likely eoon to merge tbeir Identity into
one colloeeal whole,
Ktandard Oil tympany, ('filled Htale
leather tompany. American Hngir l(e
fining Company, National Jd Compa
ny, United Htate ItubW Company,
americun loinu-m i;ompany, American
ppirit Manuiacturiug tympany, Amer
iciia iOiton t;n uompauy, ew York,
Chicago and liay Htate (Jo Company,
Total capital, t.VL'.OOO.OOO.
To tin amount of capital etock tnnut
be added the verlotiH eum repreeented
uy bond ol the above companie, to
gether with the appreciation In value ol
eorneof the etockfc-tondard Oil alone
repreeentlng nearly fotir time It notnU
nal face value which Ugethr will bring
the total value of capital Interested to
double the above total, or, in round fig
ure, to 11,000,000,000. The guiding
pirlt in tbl mammoth combination I
uid to be the standard Oil Company,
England boaeta that eh fa the rtchewt
nation on the earth. In her boath
record tier Infamy, for the allowed In
diotoetarve while food that could Im
bought at price never m !ow before wa
rotting in American granarie, Nero
fiddled while Home burned; Queen Victo
ria neiu a jubilee while million ol her
Mubject In India were dying for want ol
bread. Which suffer by tin compirl-
eon. -aiuuieon iieporter.
(K.kefeller kick furiouely becauee he
ha to pay 'i tax mi hour. He hn an
Income of f.0O an hour. Thii hi
patrlotlNin expreed arithmetically i
l-2riith pntt of hi hoggiehnee. Weet
The Annex Ittaurant 18.1 Hon Id
12th etreet, beet in the city. Meal l.V
1'rice ol whent continue to advance,
In the hriekiug cry of the republican or
gaiieuiKl politieiMtiM. J hey aptienr to
think they are tantalizing the poiubet
and lr ellver ndvocnf. No one i re.
jolclng moie 1 1) 11 11 the free eilver iieotde
ovnr advance in priee. High priiv ie
what they have hi 11 advocating, but it
grieve uh to eee foreign roan trim euffer-
ing in order that we may Im properou.
The new column of the n iMililUun tuv-
er tel! u x that it i shortHge of crom
in foreign couiilrieM Hint i creatimr n
oiMiittiiil lor our wheHt but their editor
ial attribute It to the Dinglev bill. -Mr
Haturday (loveruor lloliouib roinmi
loni'd tliw lollowing imtmoii to be mil.
rle public; II, I,. Cook, Ht. 1'aul, How
ard eounlr, Mm Nell e O'ltourre, (I inn
ha, Douglae; frank J. I'ltigxrald, ti--
MMT, t umiiig; III ii tti ('oli'ire, (liiiHlie,
Dougla; Matthew Wlny, MiHiretleld,
Frontier: WmIIit I,. Mote, Allen. Inion:
A, V, Kouba. Millignn. I illmore: Will.
lam A. IMick, Omaha, I'ougla.
$10 ftO to Buffalo, N. Y. via lbt
Nicklt riatt Road.
Aeeonal the II. A. It, eiiraiiiiimeiit.
t hou ol either rail or water (rip re
turning. Ho not hum Hii opiMirtunity
of the grie4i reuaioii ol lh old iiini
ri. I H k"t im sale Auguiit 'JNl,
Uyiidaud 'J.lrd. lor lull Inlurmaliiiii
rU on or 'l'lrr J, V. I luliii, gfinr!
anl, 1 1 1 Adam ttnet, t nimuo, III.
Tor tba 0 A II Cnoauipaianl
to be held at II11IUI11. N. V, It kstff ill
l sold vn Ilia Nw k.l ('late road at Id
rut-ul f lu &u lor the found I lip. lie
tursiutf i rml or boat to ! tUml
A triiii-iiii si ! Imwu tioi'ln M xrtt4
lulling in ruiia la sih i'iug rrs al
HultsUi, Inks lb mi4 1 1 hi kid eon
vmixat luti t ir lnn-4 i siiv nr i
ttiiilT, I nil oa or altlie4 J, . I hU-
litl, smrfl SM.Ht, 1 1 1 A1U1114 4trt.il.
I kh ago, (II.
44 stMt il bf a Meh,
KlUMMi'ltH Va . -W l -John tlilWi
fla, a rfHue liif.-fn.ur, hti k4 bt
arrl4 fitr btkUir Ihi a prlu
Hiae, wa Ukt Inmi the Mnii la
HwaM.itt'r a 4HkMa .i4lf, last
atM a4 Til V dth. Ikeasub, It
la 4)'u't, .ntHs4 at sswesy
tCOURTS AGAINST STRIKES
fajaaetlon Ag.ilnet Marebmr T.utorf4
Look Ilia for Miner.
F AttiMousr, W. Va,, Aug, ill. On
nundrcd and ninety of the Montana
cainpsra were arreeted thl morning
for marching, which Judge JacUeon
claims I a violation of bl tnjinctlon.
iney were taken to the depot and
guarded for five hour, when twenty
four of theui were taken to Clarks
Public sympathy runs blgb fa favor
of the miner. jlulne men arc ar
ranging meeting, petitions are being
Nlgned en, to-day there is more likeli
hood of a general laying down of
tool than at any time slnca the strike
began, At prueeut only two big mine
ar uncrippled. The operators claim
l9 men are at work at Montana to
day agulnut Ut yenterday,
J.VJ UA'CTJONfj IN l'KNNS YLVASIA.
I'jrrsui-iio, Ia,, Aug, 19, When
court opened tbl morning Judjje
numv and Collier banded down tie
cfelwn in the injunction proceedings
of the New York and Cleveland Cm
Coal company agalnt the United Mine
Worker of America, ratnek Dolan,
WlllUm Warner and others. The pre
liminary Injunction was made perma
nent, and the plaintiff wa ordered to
file a bond of t',,M to answer for
such damage a might bo sutslnd by
the dcrenUefits by reason of the in
junction. Immediately after tha filing of the
decree and upon motion of Thomas
Patterson, tha court ordered a similar
decree to be drawn in the case against
the Ifunola miners, fa which tha in
junction wa applied for by Itufu C.
The striker in camp about tha De
Armitt mines proposed to start for th
mines beaded by a bras band and
march until tha sheriff should stop
them, but just as they were read tc
start the deputies gathered just out'
side of the camp. The march was at
enca abandoned and amau partiei
each were instructed to ostrol the
woods in the vicinity of the mine and
report the number of men going to
work. They were 'instructed to keen
moving, and if approached by a dep
uty sheriff to get away as rapid lr a
possible to escape the service of the
injunction, if possible. The leader
propose in this way to harass the dep
utes and the DeArroitU, They aay
there are 20,000 men la the district,
and that the injunction will have to
be read 20,000 times before tba at
tack upon the mine at Oal fill.
Hand Creek and Hum Cree'. abal
WK8T VIRGINIA SHORT,
WwKKMan, W. Va,, Aug. 19,-
local cos I ' -.'Son fa beginning 1
grow erl q. Tba supply for the eity
gaa works it ma tba Poersheln mines
upon the Wheeling division of the
Haiti more k Ohio is narrowing de
cidedly abort and new arrangement!
will eoon have to be made. Coal ft
selling in local yard at 12 eenta a
bnsbel, just double the usual price.
Slack brings 0 cent and both are bard
to get at those rates, There are 600
families In Wheeling in need of coal,
wbila all facUM-le that do not ue ga
are hampered for fuel. On the Ohio
Id of the river manufacturing etab-
lisbmente usng thousands of bushels
of coal dally have bad tbelr supplies
cut down or abut off.
NO lilOHER WA0E FOR ILLINOIS.
CiiiCAOO, Aug. 19. A conference of
Illinois and Indiana mine operators
was held in the Rookery building to
day and an hour or more spent in
talking over the strike situation. The
opinion seemed to be unanimous that
there would be no resumption of work
at prices higher than those paid when
the strike was ordered. It was stated
that any other course was impossible
owing to outstanding contracts wbUtft
will not expire until nest May,
A Cularu'l CUrat,
Califurtila's priKK-d aabibit of wlaa
at tha trun-Minslslpil pi position I to
n. lunch mora srlintlc affair than at
first luilli-aU-d. It will l suih a.
douMli's to Kicita the admiration of
tha stotiti'St prohibitionist. It wilt
tabs the form f a rrprtMl action of Ni
agara fall, with the riH'Us portrav4
In alas and the nstrr In claret. I
will tuba IOO.oim) irulloiis 01 risrri wo
It. The imi:t)l.'u over wh'.cU tr. !ps
111 .-111 .1 I. il.aAtll
win gjuiir tiii . k.mwv iuivh 1
whU'h elentrio lsnns will shed a llfhtf
Intsusifvluir the warm color or tha
wine, and the cave and irrutton alnny
the bank will also be of if 14. These
sva and irrolt will be larye nough.
la contain visitors ami will be fleonr
stmt with California fruit and fauna,
wherein the fruits and wlnrt will I
srrved. All ertmud the eshihlt will ba
irri!iiir lemon snl nrsng tree aad
other eliwli'e t slifuru a fiutta,
Head this aier to some frlenJ la tba
t !. Ii'li l n lilml III hoilli. It U Iiim
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nu t iil.i -! . .i.ii i 1 1., y fate It iii
M i rMlt tll't'U, I'Hl Ju kS I I 'UV. I
S ti t kul 41(4 V'h ttrHh. Ilk
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ImI II It WU Sm 4.' Hi4 (! Ill kh-Mi
r H.ln-l m ! t.
lilUIW fM liUl .,.. r AHlli4i It.
nl Itlll "lHlllilt'HllH
tMIU H I 'III A (hsi tiK. si.
Especially Prepared for Persons Attending the State
Conventions to be Held in Lincoln,
A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Hade.
The Cusinesa men of Lincoln will offer many special tarains to parties ftttcndjnff any of the throe
great conventions to be hold in Lincoln, September 1st. You should come prepared to lake ad vt ago
of these splendid opportunities, H you need clothing, dry good, hardware, furiiture, carjxjts, har.
ncs, wagon, carriage, or farm implements or supplies of any kind, it will pay you to delay youf purchas
until you have visited the big storea in Lincoln. They will tnakc prices Jower than ever beor,
Tho following) a list of the most important firms that invit you to call and mmiu their gooda
and Kt prices. They urn all responsible and thoroughly reliable,
NOTK, W will lisr lrk Is th lsi)Mndst efflre rMwivlsa k fur slHMriftlos,
Bargains O.i Wheels.
We will close out our im
mense stock of
Wilson, Moline, Studebaker and
Carriages, 1'haetons, Iiuggies
Koad Wagons, and Kpring Wag
ons lor the next thirty days at
Cor, O and 9th 8ts. Lincoln,
THE A. M. DAVIS Co.,
SHADES ani; DKAPERIES.
11 12 O Street, . Llncola.Veb.
Rest a, ura, xi t
AND HOKT OKDER MOUSE,
HO Ho, 11 lb, Lincoln, Nbb,
Former friends and I'otron lovitd
KVKnYTJIIXO niWT CLA8H.
oir;iv iiayiuki ivioirr.
yjhl extend a cordial welcome to
vibitiug and resident delegates.
AIho their frienda aud the public
generally to visit our store
during the convention. We are
headquarters for up-to.datc clotb
ing and furnishing goods. Our
methods and prices are strictly
reliable. A visit with us will be
pleasiireable and perhaps profit
able to you.
PAINE &, WARFEL,
I 136 OS.
MINES TO START UP.
r4esrlvsHle 0.nriuf4 IUI4 a SUatlaf
e4 lld I M44a Ws.S.
Cisvtl.ist', Ohio, An, It, Tb
iterator of the l'anjr vanla ana)
mlii held a conference in this alt)
ytiUrday. It dlrmlaa4 thai
the iuln4 In tha htburf dlstrlel
slt.iuld b stsrted and operated wilb
out further tlelsv, on the yrounj thai
the miners bsve tsken a Itlgh usadsd
posltlua) tSst iiothlitff but an aarsa
sousble prl.e for Miliilng will sslUff
their tmsii.U. and 1I14I thf Ii4t4
!4a awiilaiir to trust 4 tltt tha oor
aiorson any f-lr ground! also, that
tiiar Is no our Uft on to tha o
rstort at this I in
It wst ileUriiuiiu l thst all eosl sol 4
St the ti rnl bimis cf uttiiln this
t r mutt be miIhx.I at title prlne, Nu
f hang Im the nrl.e of miulu will be
enldril tialll the ronlrsi t utst
st the It 1.4 Ml be.U are llted s I ths
nalf'iriMilf rfri'. t.ini l com 114,
At Ust lhr fourth -f tha ton
asga et the I'ttuburg dutflrt
rrseHiel at the ponfereane, aa4 all
ar aMsniNtae end agrd t reaama
n.rstUnt, f,ireibir, If aeeerir, wlla
tha aaeptio f M. A. Ileaia A Ois,
SEI'TEMIUIK 1st, mi.
BUMSTEAD & TUITIE, Agts,,
U410Htr.t, Funk Opera lloinw.
Qto. W. LORMOR.
CHINA, GUSS aod LAMP STORE
Examine Stock Before
fa Uueoln call aad as oa, Wa
LARGEST STOCKS OF
in tba West, Oar prices ar
WILL UK HCSOQeiHTKK fOM
AT THE COMINO KTATK t'ONVK.V
KMIL HAUL, Vnop.
Read the iRtiRPKMPBST 1 yar, 11.00.
Tfcfl rc!t?n Yv,rr"i) f rr"-.
ton laiiraiii' order, ha been given
permission to do busliiens In Nebraska,
Modern Woodim-n of America to tha
anmber of 7,fM attended the Kansas
Nebraska log rolling at C rete Wednea
Onl seventeen coiintie remain Vt
repor" mortgage lndehtene
and It I liKd to have ths tsbla eo.
Whlla trying Ut bl k th door f
a pawnshop at I.Iii.'oIh, Iitctlve Jim
klalona was shut and rloiil wound"
Sd by Ham Adlr, the pMrietor,
Amsna llU, who mm charged with,
snooting with Intfiit b bill T. f, Rf
Raids near lisyiuond, it given th
llgbt aenlaii of nKrtr days In Uia
Iacasler eounly Jsil,
John J. Angietoii, a l.taeoln atwsf
ny, while la the t apiul Imtil blllisrd
ball watthUig lie progres of tha
gem, wsa without piuviHstlon aa
saultsd and hiHH'Ucd iIowm wllh a e
by a young lough einr. t on oaa,
ArtU les nf liierHirailoii cf the N
Un-Anirl a 1rwl ami t -4iiai
etunpsay were M-wiitlv filed with Iba
trlry of slat b V4tlv Aadraja
vHK I.I-4I1, h 'lxiiaiy e.MiiinlMlnu.v f,f
th ta4lM empire. I he eapllsl stoab
I I M, I" HI, end II biulu ehleft Ut
rft bttiuiiMg ami pioiiit an aaUVil
at fttlhMh i..itii ii
faar'.e stlmalat Uvw. btdsst a aad
Wiasls, kMr sala,eala grfyv !
ROY'S DEUO ST0EE,
Cot, Tenth and V Streets, J C '
Heavy Drugs. '
0 011. Etc,
No Kip, KaveJ, or Tear,
Family Washing a Specialty a
GIVE US A TKIAL.
1629 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
For delegates attending the
Convention Sept. f, 1897,
IS VIOLENTLY INSANE
REASON HAS LEFT A TABLE
ybrlis iM Oehev st C4ifpt 0.444
-mim4 Wss4rliig la tk SfeojiteJaa
Neer 111 t'ebla llwme We jSIasael
Dsb4 Wltoa IM4Mver4,
E. A. Peck, who went from Tab)
Ilock to tlm mine at or near Cripple
Creek about eighteen mouth ioce, aff
ter meeting with severe financial re
verses, wa brought from there la
Tufsda by ao attendant, lie WS
suffrriog from Insanity. Vary little
la known of tha cireurnstanora sr
rounding the case, About a week ago
ha wa found wandering around In
demented rondltlon, and nearly naked
a short dlUn! from his cabin 014 his
'Saint, ttuliotig vumIU Lm t!ia l
from hl'n or anyou else ss te the
length of time ha bod been In tbU
roiiiiiilon, or any causa therefor, lie
did not speak for two days aad In tba
meantime ha became quits violent,
Imagining thst someone was In por
suit of him for soma aril purpose, lie
I '1'ile I sluce bis arrival botoe,
Msi rlf Mseeal nIUef tenf
e. a "Mel TIsm.
Tba Nebrssba li fslr maaafw
luent I meellug with aaeoaraffaf
prow I for a grrat show tble fU
Th ft thst thr I a eueneaafvl area
growth of all bind it farm praea
throughout the slate Its made It pal
bla for th stst fair to osl in
giaadeur this year ail furmey efovt
Im th linn of il prmlune.
At lb ! atiiiu! Inmrd HtMlInt It
ws deiiiUd lht owing to the bnl-llff
of the awlti'H In ! there weei-l
be 101 stele l r hfld In thst 1
th ata lir nU ti.-r l!.U aU m
11 1t1.ua 11.. n.i that araat
ffi.it be put forth thi yr t ra
the S'lf.iiun.ir .isiiiiif" that the
sitiiMsl fslr ntti In ail ilpsrlRieeia,
Iheadtsnlsifrsastsl Mr ishlblMf
ny dsrlfS from M annual 4tisy
i'SNnt well I supi'Utd tf elhsi
Biiuir44 u( .il.it.iiU.il or adveittslng.
1 1.. 1 4 for the iitiMkottV of MisSisg a
I .in ls effort lor u ii i nwr, in
urder that Ibe laUivvHing MtbMl mat
be ssed r tr th lutlaaaea al
UesiealUavaaf ear ptesvat IbtOnSh
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