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The Nebraska Advertiser
M. 1I V.f.Vlv'r.v, fuUll'litr.
FRIDAY, JUNE L4, KM)-'.
For President of the United States,
vor Vice President,
TIIOS. J. MAJORS.
Tho Beatrice chautuuqua begins next
Sioux City will not build a corn pal
ace thitt year. It is too expenslvu a
P'fsidont Harrison and David Swing
the celebrated Chicago preaclior, were
classmates at, Miami university.
Tho republican national committee
will meet next Monday, at Washington,
to effect a permanent organization.
Tho Omaha World Herald grieves
over tin1 xact that "tho same old, ugly
New York light confronts tho Chicago
Tom Majors has been acting gover
nor this week, while Goy. Eoyd hm
been attending the democratic eouven-
tlon at Chicago,
Emmons Blaine, son of the ox-secretary
of state, djed last Saturday foie-
noun, from blood poisoning, the result
of inflammation of the bowels.
All tho prominent democratic leaders
and newspaiers ad.uit that Harrison
was the strongest mint that could have
been nominated by tho republicans,
Bryan was renominated by acclamu
t on at Nebraska City last Monday
night, by the democratic convention,
for congressman fiom tho Fhst dis
trict. Judge Bright Morgan, of Mississippi,
was shot dead Saturday morning, on
tho tiain, near Memphis, Tenn., while
on his way to Chicago to attend tho
national democratic convention, to
which ho was a delegate.
The St. Lonis Globe Democrat says
it doe. not matter wnat the democrats
say in their platform. They will have
to go before tho people on tho record ol
the piescnt House, and it is unquei
tianably tho worst one that has been
known for the last twenty years.
Nebraska City News: The republi
cans of Lancaster, Richardson and
Pawnee counties have united upon
Allen W. Field as their candidate for
congress, and he will most likoly bo
nominated on the first ballot. Otoe
and Cass counties will vote for Judgo
Chapman, while Nemaha may support
Beatrice Express: In 1SS2 Great
Britain made 8,403 ,287 tons of pig iron,
Germany made 3,380,803 tons, and tho
United Suites 4,023,323 tons, In 1891
Great Britain made 7,228,41)0 tons, Ger
many 1,452,010 tons, and the United
States 8,270,733 tons. This is a decrease
for the free trade country of 14 per
cent, and an increase of 33 per cent and
SO per cent respectively for the two
protectionist countries. That is the
kind of "victories" Cobdeniani is win
ning these days.
We rospectfully refer the following,
clipped from the Lincoln Call, to a few
of our citizens: Over in Iowa a church
society has been organized on aii on
tlrely new scheme. The members
who join can dance, play cards, drink,
and bet on horse races if they want to,
and the one who gains most fame and
widest repute in these diversions, is
accounted the ono who is nearest tho
kingdom all the time. When tho devil
learned of tho birth of this denomina
tion, he "knocked off". work himself
and gave his hands a half holiday in
which to celebrate.
Western Normal College, Lincoln
Neb. Tho leading noroial of tho west.
Other medicines might help but to
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GLOBE DEMOCRAT BRIEFS.
The democratic patty has more sec
ond class candidates for tlrst class po
sitions than any other political oiluiiI
zulion in 1 1. 1- woild.
After h.tving undergone several 10
visions and le-rovlsions, the "llnul ami
conclusive'' figures of the population tf
tho country in 1S00 aie put at 02,070,700.
The total now must be in the nelghboi
liood of 00,000,000. It Is a great coun
try. Twenty-eight years ago, at Chicago,
tho democratic party declared In favor
of peace at any pi ice; and now, at the
same place, it has a little war of its
own which promises to bo equally as
disastrous to it as was the great one
which it then opposed.
Tho democratic leaders generally
confess that Harrison Is the strongest
man who could have been nominated
at Minneapolis, and they will have
abundant confirmation of this yiow as
tho campaign progresses.
The heart of tho whole country will
go out in tender sympathy to Mr.Blalne
in his latest domestic aillictlon. Fate
has dealt most, unkindly with hii.i in
his family relations during the last few
years, and his accumulated sorrows
have probably dono much to undermine
his health and cloud his spirits.
The piesent British parliament, at
the time it steps down, will have ex
isted in tho neighborhood of six yoavs.
This is over a year more than tho aver
age of the parliaments of this century.
Tho six year mark has been exceeded
only twice by tho parliaments of tho
past ninety years, and then only by a
The situation of Hill in this emer
gency is peeuliaily humiliating and
embarrassing. If Cleveland tails to
carry Now York on November S next
Hiil will bo accused of "knillng" him,
while if he carries that state Hill's in
fluence in state politics will bo belittled
and his pretensions to leadership will
bo repudiated. In either case Hill is
near tho end of his political rope.
When he steps down from the senate
at the cud of his term ho will bo as
dead and discredited as Aaron Burr.
Tho people of Franco have always
been regarded as thrifty and temperate,
It is painful therefore, says tho Now
York Pi ess, to learn, in the Paris cor
respondence of a London newspaper,
that "drunkenness has so much in
creased in France cf lato years that
this country, once so sober, is now
sorely puzzled to know what to do with
its habitual topers." The same writer
adds that "the quantity of spirits con
sumed in France has increased enor
mously. Tho cheap bars for tho work
ing classes which have sprung up in all
parts of P&is during tho last year or
bo are undoubtedly doing much to in
crease the evil hero. They are gener
ally crowded, and tho quantity of ab
sinthe that is drunk in these places at
all hours of the day is quite sutliciont
to explain the alarming increase of al
From this it appears that Paris, too,
is menaced by tlio biiIooh question, and
.that Hie country of cheap wine is rap
idly becoming demoralized by cheap
bars. All of which ought to bo of in
terest to those social reformers who
would promote sobriety by introducing
a mild form of inebriety.
Lincoln Journal: A largo forco of
men began work last week on tho now
tin plate mill which Is boing erected it
Norrislown, near Philadelphia, by the
representative of W. II. Edwards, own
er of a number of tin pJato mills in tho
Swansea valley, Wales. Ho frankly
admitted that the tariff had brought
ono mill over here and thought that it
would bo only a question of time until
the entire company camo oyer, and
with it a largo number of Its neighbors
from the district which has been male
ing the tin plato of the world for gen
orations. This particular factory will
begin operations in about five wooks,
and will turn out 140 boxos per week
at the start.
A groat school Western Normal
College, Lincoln, Neb.
Some of the Grand Army boys may
be interested in the following from
Alex. B. Pope, A D C, Commander
Dep'fc Tonn and Ga. Ho says: "We
have had an epidemic of whooping
cough here, (Stewart, Tenn,) and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been
the only medicine that has done any
pood." There is no danger from whoop
ing cough, when this remedy is freely
given. It completely controls the di
sease, no cent bottles for sale by Tay
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or a novelty in the book line which la
certain of an enormous salu. This
book 19 "Glimpses of tho World. A
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under the supervision of the great
traveler and lecturer John L. Slod
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of famous scones and places in all parts
of the world. Every view Is fully do
scribed. As an educator It Is Invalua
b'e. It contain 550 pagea, and nearly
275 viows, and Is sold by subscription
at popular prices. The R. S. I'ealo Co ,
Chicago, are tlio publishers, and thov
desiro an agent In this locality. They
will gladly mail descrlptlvo circulars,
sample views and terms to all, on ap
plication. Your railroad faro paid to Western
Normal College, Lincoln, Neb. Write
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On the occasion of the National Ed
ucational Association's annual convon .
tlon at Saratoga, N. Y July 12-15, the
Burlington Route, from July 3d to July
0th, inclusive, will sell round trip tick
ets from all stations in Nebraska to
Saiatogaat one lowest first class laro,
plus two dollars (membeiship fee N.
Tickets are good for return passage
from July 15th to 21st, but an exten
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Apply to local B- & M. agent for
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Write foi catalogue and circulars to
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Try a sample bottle at our expense and
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FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
Tho TWIOE-A-WEEK St-Louis Ropublio
Will be mailed every Tuesday nnd Friday,
from now until NovomhorSO, 1S02, for ONLY
FORTY CENTS. It 1h n Kieut Reml.wackly
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campaign. An oxtra copy will to sont free,
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eiicli club of live, with Two Dollars. Send
for a pncknuo of Hnmplo copies, ntnl raise a
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EBTA VE of LKVI HKNEFIEMJ, Deceased.
'In tlio county court of Nemaha county,
Vohraska. In ttie matter of allowing the
dual administration account or Mary J.
llonelleld, administratrix of tho eHtato of
r.ovl Iioucfleld, deceased Notice Is hereby
lven that July 2. A. D. 1892. at 10 o'clock a.
in., at the olllco of tho county Judgo of Nenm
ha county, Nebraska, ln Auburn, Nebraska,
uas boen ilxed by the court ns tho tlmo and
place for examining and allowing suld itc
"otint, when and whore ell person, interest
ed may appear and contest tho same,
Dated Juno 3d, 181)2.
0 30 JAHVIS S. CHUItCII, Co. Judgo.
Presidential Campaign, 1892,
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