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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

1 V b- w if? ii SUITE EARLY HISTORY. Robert Eront, First Mayor of tho City of Washington. rtc W'nn Appointed by Irenlilpnt Jcf- fui-Non, ami Mirny Iimtltutloiin Foil n ill-(1 liy llltn Arc I2s.lnt- liiK nt TIiIh Time. Special Washington better. The peoples of the old world look upon their ancient places, their ancient towns, cathedrals and courts with u veneration akin to idolatrous adora tion. The people of this new world arc liv ing only in the living present, and look upon antiques very much as Tennyson expressed his disrespect for titular .and hereditary nobility, when he said: "The gardener, Adam, and his wife, smile at the claims of long descent." It is now more thnn 400 years since .the discovery of the new continent was ROBERT BRENT, 'heralded to the world. We take no ac count of the discovery by Eric the lied, for nothing came of it. snve a historic and reliable account of the discovery by that bold and piratical buccaneer Norseman. We reckon only from tho time that Columbu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

ir INJUNCTION DEFIED. A Clash Botwoon Stuto find Fodoral AuthorltioB in Kansas. JUDGE WILLIAMS' IXIJIFFEREXCE. 'Min IVili-nil .IhiIbii Will NiitSiiy Anything on tlio.SiibJert-Attoriiny-tlciicrnl lliiylu l?xpcctn to Mil Arrested for C'oii- tmiipl of Court. Toiwika, Ivan., Aug. 10. Tlu thrca oncd clash of authority between tho state (iiul federal authorities took place yesterday when Attorney-General Ij. C. Itovlu dolled tho recent order of ! Judge Williams, of the United States circuit court, and instituted proceed ings in tlie statu supreme court to en join' the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New Yorlc from transuding hu.sinc.ss in the state of Kansas. The right of the federal court virtually to set aside a criminal law of a state and enjoin tlie state's prosecuting olliccr from doing his duty under the. state law is denied, and by tiling tlie suit the attorney-general deliberately violated the injunc tion for tliu purpose of settling the question of state's ri (flits. The case is in ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

'X fr TJIJ5 NEW JiLDOKADO. Wondorful Richoa of tho Yukon Rivor Gold Fiolds. Located In a W 1 1 il Country, Knr from the CnmrortN of CI vlllrutloii How to Oct 'l'lioro CoHt uf thf Trip. Special Letter. Within tho ptist few weeks the news papers have been publishing wonderful btories of tlie lucky miners in the golii fields of the Yukon rher, and nil over the United States and Canada men's minds aie stirred with the golden possibilities. It has long been known to prospecting geologists that the streams tributary to the Yukon, and in some places the great rls.T itself, "wandered o'er sands of gold,' but it is within the past few weeks that the discoveries have been made that have turned the eyes of the people thither. Some of tlte stories read like tules from fairyland. One man, for instance, who went to the Klondyke last winter from Michigan, and who lived for mouths in a hole in the ground, suffering great privations from the terrible cold nut) half starved, had almost decided that t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

"irfWWBPtf"W i i'i M r ;i I tl 5T7.i -1 . in win MiiiiMjiiimujMuumJUumiMimiiwiii HI lUKtI WHlKt ALL tlbfc lAILb. u iicn uotich HTrun. tmm U(kmi, Um) til tlnia. Hold t)T drtwitlKW. T)R. TV. W. KEELING, Nl'.MAHA ClTV, NlSIIUAICA. Ofllco first door Bouth of Turk hotel. W. W. SAWDERS, Notary :-: Public Neinaha City, Mb. L. 11. MJHUtlTl, Contractor and Builder. All kinds of Carpenter work donoon short notice. Satisfaction guarantee J. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. J.L.Mclvin, il.., 'Ph. C SPKOIALUKH: DlHenKUHnr llin Nltln, DIm. ohhw o Wotnon iintl Children Will prnmntM miHwur all callH, olllior tiny or nikjlit. Ofllco nt re.sldonec. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS HlRliust prlcoH paid for hldcn, lard, tnilow BJIIH!, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. NEMAHA'.STOCK FARM J. H. SEID, Prop JN12MAHA, - NKHHAHIvA. Hrcodcriuid Hhipimr of Duroc Jcrwoy mid Poland Chlmi 11()(;h Best no, low prices. Farm one mile south of Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish good mus' for entertainments, picnics...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

maumMumMiMvmiiMimmMM.juiMin.MjmiwuuiumAiim3immMt'mMMmimmixmMtmw ebmzka M&vtvtiser. VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1897. NUMBER 10 rrr W"W''-. i'J'iijjiK4MijmmjiiuiytMiu.,njjjjjijjuxiULLiiii mhww, mi 111 mi igwcwmumi.JumiujuuiLmiiiijixjij Xhe WAV K ( i'. & j .. V Xjocal ISTews. Corn, 21 conts. Dry and dusty. Warm weather this week. Next Monday is Labor Day. Call and see ua for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. Republican primarias on the 18th. Grapes are worth only a cont a pound. Mrs. E. A. Mlnlck wont to Bracken Thursday. Weldon Shlvoly went to Lincoln Wednesday. Floyd Higglns, of Shubert, was ia town Wednesday. Lon Combs and family went to Pal myra last Saturday. J. n. Seid shipped one of his fino red hogt to Swanton Thursday. Lane Jones, of Aspinwall precinct, Rave us a social call Thursday. Mrs. Fred Seabury and Bee and Opal Ylsited Brownville Wednesday. J. H, Hall brought us some nice peaches on subscription Thursday. HI Campbell was in town We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XT. XV, HANIHiltS, I'ubllitier. . . NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LARUE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON noti:s. TllKUK will be a novel department in tho now congressional library at Wash ington when it is completed. It will be a section solely for tho blind, and will liavo nothing in it but hooka with raised letters. PllKHIDKNT GoMI'KllH, of tllO A. R of L., in an interview at Washington on tho Udtli, gave it as his opinion that tho eoal miners' strike would bo ter minated by tho end of September and that the settlement would bo in favor of tho strikers. In connection with the coming Trench exposition Secretary of Agri culture Wilson hopes to develop a plan by which tho breeding of horses for use in tho cavalry of European armies will be encouraged in America, tho de mand for horses for army uso being very great in Europe. Tiik United States fish commission will soon distribute a car load of young sters from tho Illinois fish station at Qnincy to vari...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

X- ,'5 r v I r I 'i I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES V. XV. SAXDKKSJ, rubllther. . NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, A SONG OF LABOR. Jn ilaya of old tho saber Gave honor to the hand, And those that did not labor Woio prlncea In the land: To-day has crowned with glory Th brow bedewed by toll; Tho thoino of song and story lias risen from the soil. "No more are felt the shackles That once hold man n slave; The fmnaeo lb e that crackles Has melted sword unci slave. O freemen all, and brothers! Kind Joy In what you do; The happiness of others Is laid In trust on you! O worker! see the beauty You're building to the skies; Along the path of duty You're nenrlng I'nrndlso! The (lowers of art that blossom Jn column, spire and dome Shall lie in Labor's bosom And beautify her home. And Peace shall come, and wonder Shall 1111 the wot Id anew Kternal arms bo under To waft you dangers through. The sun will shine still brighter, The stars will sing and shine, 'The burden will be lighter, For labor Is divine. William S. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

I n THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. XV. 8ANlr.K3, l'ublliliar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. "JIM." "Mordnunt" nho called him. In a novol book Ills fond motlior found tho nnmo sho gave to him; I don't Ilka It. fcr I'd kinder took A Hort of notion favor'blo to "Jim But when blia looked up at mo from tho bed, Half-dcnd, hut happy, an' alio said: "I want .That you shall nnmo him, aftor all, I "Why, hlamo It all, of courso It is Mor daunt." Bho know tho way I folt about such names, An' this was a sacrlllco, fer sho Had often heard me say that honest "James" Had Just about tho proper rlnp fer mo; I) lit thoitKh 'twas dlsapp'Intmont, still I thought , , A She was tho ono that had tho right to choose, '.An I there wasn't nny question ouRht To reconcllo my wUihcs to her views. Ho was bo delicate so teeny small, Hut smarter than tho cracker of a whip; T ilnn't hollnve ho over cried at nil Homohow he'd pucker up his llttlo lip 'An' look at you until you was ashamed Of all tho sins you know ho knew you d dono...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

1 i ' t- A BIRDS AND THE JTAltilEK. Why Thoy Should Bo tho Bost oJ Priouds. Vory IlelntloiiM of Fcutlicrcil Iimect Hntcrn to Agriculture Hlncujineil by I'rof. Hunt, of the niolotfl- cul Survey. Special Washington Letter. Assistant Ornithologist Beul, of the biological survey, has prepared a bul letin for the department of agriculture about common birds and their relation to agriculture. It Is a very Interesting ofilclal document. I'rof. Beul says: "It has long been known that birds play au important part in relation to KINGBIRD. agriculture, but there seems to be a tendency to dwell on the harm they do, rather than on the good. Whether a bird is injurious or helpful depends al most entirely upon what it eats; and in thi case of unusually abundant species of birds the character of the food be comes a very practical question." Farmers of experience have long since concluded that the big flocks of blackbirds, woodpeckers and other com mon birds are not present to commit depredations, b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

gjmmnrwHiaywmwjin yi.w'uimMTi LAMS PU1 TZho Mooting of Dolcgntos Sottlo Down to BusineoB. m PLAN SAID TO BIS FORMULATED. iSlr. JLileJi furil TelN About the .MlnerV ( tflrilto unil "Ooierniiictit by Injiini,- lion" mill Wim I H ii Special Scm- j hlidi of Cmigrem. I ! 'St. Loitih. Aug. )il. Kourteon dili'er--!nt labor organizations, iticsl titli n JPebs' Koelul democracy, n pplfmoii tctl M)y Uic populist party in Kansas, wero Krenrcse.nted tit thu big labor confer ence Unit assembled huro yesterday, ibul what tin; SS (lilTorctit. delegates au complishcd during a very busy session iu otic know. basldcs themselves. Tho committee on resolutions and plan of action wan ut work all afternoon and Antil night. Mr. Sovereign announced 'that it had formulated a plan, but do- ! alined to give any details. I Chairman Sloinbiss, of tliu local com wiiittcc. of arrangements, called tho 4cilor conference to order at ten o'clock. A bout TOO people were neut te.rud about the ball, not all of them, ' .t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

X A. V .1 jmiJIJIUI'WIWIIIBIIHMIUIIIUHHV SAXON SWITZERLAND. Ono of tho Most Picturosquo Dis tricts in tho World. VlNltorn from America Pronounce It u Vvrltiihlu I'm-mllnc, Superior In Some ItuNpvutN to tliu YoHcniltc Valley. Special Ilcrliti Letter 1 Among the pluturcsquu districts un til recently ncy'.ectocl by the American touri&ts in lCurope Is that region known generuily as Saxon Switzeiland. This neglect, however, is now being muck up for, as the number of Americans visit ing that lovely region is steadily on the Increase. 1 noticed, among the passen gers on a river boat folug up the Elbe, several charming American bridal par ties, and on the summit of one of the finest peaks 1 stumbled into a group of Americans who hailed from every part of the United States, but who were here, focussed together, as it were, In this tiny paradise. For Saxon Switzerland is a veritable paradise, it has not the grand air of the real Switzerland, and it lacks gla ciers and cloud-piercing monst...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 September 1897

'MimMMjHtamKmwnnT3umxnnm The Nebraska Advertiser W. U HiJS'nKltH Vuhllilttr. SUIISCUII'TION, - 81.00 I'KK YICAK F1UDAY, SISL'T. 3, 1807. HHPUBLICAN COUNTY CON-' VENTION. Tlio republican electors of Nemaha county itro requested to Henri delegates from their respective precincts to meet in convention at tlio court lioiiso in Auburn, .Saturday, Swptombor 25th, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of placing in nomination candldatod for tlio fol lowing ofliceH: Treaauror, Clork. Slicriir. Judge. Superintondont. Surveyor. Coronor. Com.niasionor from tlio 2nd commit olonor's district, and to tranaact hiioIi otlior business as may properly come bafoio tlio convention. , The aevoral precincts aro entitled to representation as follows, being based upon the voto caat for republican pres idential electors iu 1800, giving one delegate for cacli 113 votoa caat and the major fraction thereof : Inland 1 London 1 Peru M Brown villo .... 7 Glenrock 0 Nomaha 8 1st Jiitfuyotto n Asp nwall 7 St Dcroln 1 Hod ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

iK"MLMnmwalk ebmsJm Mdvertiser. VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1897. NUMBER 11 wwuij mrnw iiimi fiHiiiiimun jmii fflfe . A J i ilM t Local News. Corn, 2 cents. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for fino millinery. Mrs. S. Tuesday. A. Scovill visited Auburn Republican next week. primaries Saturday of S. Gilbert paid Auburn a ibort visit Wednesday. Elder Nicholson is holding forth at the Christian church this week. J. W. Webber attended the populist state convenlion at Lincoln laBt week. Dr. Keeling orders The Adveutiseu sent te his son Will F. Keeling, ut Unian Grove, M. MiF8 May Davis, daughter of D D Davis, started for Mondota, Wis., Mon day, to visit relatives. Geo. Yackley and Charley Devorsa went to Falls City Monday, to take in the big Ringling circus. The trains are all behind time these days, on account of the increasing ex press and freight business. Grandma Seabury sent us in a fine assortment of delicious peaches and Maiden Blush apples Sunday. E...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER Ml- I XT. W. 8ANIJHUH, Publisher. .. ..i. . a -.- NEMAHA. NEItRASKA. VXXXXX4.X..J.JLXJt.J.J.XXXX4.J.J.XXJ.V Hi h SEPTEMBER 1897. Sun.lMon. Tuo. Wed. Tlwr.JFri Sal. y ' w r J2 TIT T6"J7 J8 1? 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2930 - H THE WOULD AT LAHGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: United States attorney-general recently decided Unit a deserter could bo ru-enllsled after receiving a full pardon, but the judge udvocato-gencr-ul took exception to the opinion of tbo attorney-general and held that a do berter could not bo re-enlisted. Acting Secretary Meiklejohn has asked the attorney-general for another opinion. The case which caused tho ruling was that of Daniel T. Thompson, who was convicted of deserting from the Sev enth infantry, sentenced to a year's Imprisonment, received a pardon from tho president and then desirud to re cnlist. Slckltauy Oaok and Attorney-General iMelConna havo issued a joint cir cular to collectors and customs olllcers and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

M F I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES i W. W. 8ANDKKH, I'ubllilier. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. THE NEW CUPID. He pazed at mo without surprise. Quite cnlmly nnd collectedly. I scarcely could believe my oyes, Wo mot so unexpectedly. Yet lie It was beyond n doubt, A visible reality, For little wlngfl were sprouting out Not granted to mortality. "But w.hore the arrows, where the bow, Employed with such dexterity? The quiver, too? 1 did not know, And naked In all sincerity. A frown appeared upon his brow, He answered me with chilliness: '"They're antiquated weapons now, To use thorn would bo silliness. "For mortals grow, from year to year, More highly Intellectual; 1 have some little mtssllcu hero Thut always prove effectual. I ollng them forth they're sterling fow may miss, conceivably, Hut any heart that's hard or cold They damage Irretrievably." "Uy force of gold! O, Cupid, think The foul, debasing force It Is I .Is this your boast?" lie gave a wink, And answered: "Why, of coursu It Is; 1 saw my chanc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - VT. XV. BANDElt!), rablUlier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. SONG OF THE SUMMER SEA. , Singing sea, singing aea, give your mcasngo (j unto me, S Tho history and mystery turned Into H melody, ,t SccrctH hid In coral coves, wonders veiled l)cneatlt your waves. Your dirge which tcllH In monotone of min ing sudors' graves. iWell I lovo to walk tho wands when you shout and clap your hands, Bursting forth In grandest music- like a host of brazen hands; Mighty anthems deep and strong given In cataracts of song, Which cliffs peat In harmony and echoes glad prolong. ritimcd each wavo In spotlrss white jewels Hashing purest light ."With sunbeam shuttles weaving laco of golil-llosH dazzling bright; iWhllo swift shadows come and go lllco dim specters down below, And beneath tlio moonlight's splendor miracles In silver grow. Sing a song of summer lfcles whero ull nature glows and smiles, And thy waters' gcntlu murmur many a tropic maid beguiles; .Whcro each sprite her secret tells t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

-f ' f 4 R THE BITTER AND THE SWEET. Ah, yes! the bitter and the sweet In life must ever minute, Our pathway leads through desert heat And shady dlnglo. Wo ask for joy unmarred, complote, nut God knows what Is fitter; Ills faithful hand ne'er sends the sweet Without the bitter. As from her prickly Btcm the roso Draws all her beauty's dower, E en so from out life's thorny woes Its Joys must (lower. From wide and dreary wastes of snow Are fed earth's purest fountains; And oft we catch morn's rosiest glow On bleakest mountains. Beyond the sunset's crimson bars Night ends the day's bright mission, Or else no glory of the stars Could greet our vision. It Is the oven's heat Intense Gives to the gold Its glitter; Thus flows llfo's sweet recompense Prom sources bitter. And so God's saints the cup must drink Of stringent self-denial, Walk duty's narrow path, nor shrink From fiery trial; Until, before the throne of light They hold exalted station, Because they won their robes of white Through...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

LABOR MY. ThouBnnds or Union Workmon March to tho Musio of Bands. "WAS IMPRESSIVE AND INSPIRING. At Kiiimmh City Hut Crowd Wan the I.iirjreut ICier .vi'iin There Unv. I. Iy Con- frti'MHtiiiiii Simpson mill Other hpohn Ilryan ittHt. I.oiiIh. IyANHAH ClTV, MO., Sept, 7. TllC hhillod workmen of tho two Kansas Oltys participated in tlio great Labor day parade yesterday. It was tho best Hio-.ving of tile union labor forces in tho history of tlm city. Only union Inline iii.-ii" i.iiiridwil lit Hie solemUd parade. They wore well dressed, pros perous iookinir men. They curried the Mtnr.H niifl stripcK in each division, and tlio colors of the national banner were mlmrl..fl wllli tlini.i. nf almost everv I mingled with those or iilmoHi cycty i union in tho oightdlvisioiis. I he true dignity of labor was never before idinwn so strikingly in a parade in Kims-mCltv 'Phi! li'iitiin men of the lliiiis.iNUlj.lliu union iiilii oi " two Kansas Citys who mart-heil in tlio paratie were groetoti an uion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

u. IF h i W FARM AND GARDEN. WINTER DAIRYING. It GOOD LAND MEASURE. 1'nyn Wfll, Ilut HeiiulrfH Cnrcfnl Attention to DiMullx. When convenient to a good market n better profit can be realized from winter dniryiiitf than In summer. There Is a better demand for milk and butter, and if care is taken to produce a good article a better price can be realized. Hut it is not advisable to go into the business huphazard. The desire to change from one thing to another is a prevailing one with the American farmer. First one thing is tried and then another, and often there is a shifting that is profit less. While there arc circumstances that often make it necessary or desir able to change, such changes should be made only after due deliberation. So far as can be done, the farmer may seek to diversify his products. The conditions under which the farm work must be done should determine whnt line of farming should be the principal industry. One of the first essentials in profit able dairying is gooil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 September 1897

wniiiiiniiumminiim,iunimijii,ititM. HWWiWWIiHWI IJ.MIHW N. The Nebraska Advertiser SUHSG'MI'TION, - 81.50 I'lSKYICAK FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1807.1 Republican I jH&'Jl iNcwspojior CM& REL'UUMCAN COUNTY CON VENT ON. Tlio republican olnctora of Xromaha county aro requested to huikI delegatus from their respective precincta to moot in convention nt tlio court bouso in Auburn, Saturday, Sptombor 25th, at 12 o'clock, for tlio purpoao of placing in nomination candidates for tlio fol lowing ofllcea: Treasurer, Clork. Sheriff. Judge. Superintendent. Surveyor. Coroner. Com.nlasionoi from the 2nd cominia fllonor'H district, and to tratiHact hucIi otber business as may properly come bafoio the convention. The several preclude are entitled to representation as follows, boing baaed upon tlio voto caat for republican pres idential electors in 1800, giving one dolegato for each 15 vote cast and the major fraction thereof: Island 1 London -i Peru 14 Drown villo .... 7 Glenrock 0 Nomaha. 8 lnl Laf...

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