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PLATTSMOUTir, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY- SEPT. 1, 1887.
VOLUMK XXIII. NUM UV.W 21
L' to a few weeks sif I considered myself
tlu: chuiniiion Dystiepliu of America. During
Hut years th.it I li;ive t-t'cn aWkfed I have tried
Hi most everything clamiod to he a specific lor
Dyspepsia in tin) hop) of limliu); something
that would afford permanent relief. I had
aoout mailt; up my niiiul to abandon all medi
cines when I noticed an endorsement of Sim
mons Liver Regulator ly a prominent
Georgian, a jurist whom 1 knew, and concluded
to try its HTectx in my caso. I have used hut
two bottles, and am .satisfied that I have struck
the rijilit tiling at last. I felt its beneficial cf-T-cts
almost iinnieili itely. Unlike all other
preparations of a similar kind, no special in
fractions are required an to what one nhall or
shall not eat. This fact alone ounlit to com
mend it to all troubled wit li Dyspepsia.
J. N. HOLMES,
Vineland, N. J
To Mi-cure n Hejxular Habit of llody
vi(tiou riiiic tli Dirt oc
JUi-torc'iuizi'ii; he "Hysteiu,
ONLY (IKXUINE MANl'KAI'ILKKil V.Y
J. H. Zeilin & Co.. Philadelphia.
Deputy Treasurer, -
Clerk of lM-tnet Coirt,
Surveyor. - -
Kupt. of t'ub Schools,
County J ii!le.
j;o.vki ok sui'
Louis Foi.tz, Ch'in.,
A. is. Ti !!.
A. 15. !)! KSON",
D. A. C.v.MriiKi.L
.1. M. Kobissox
W. t,'. SlIOWALTKK
J. C. KlIvKNUAKV
J5. C. YKOMANS
Mav aiii Spink
mUIO LODCE ,(. si. A. ). U. V. .Meets
- every alternaL Friday evening at K. of I,
hall. Transient brother are respectfully in
vited to attend. K. E. White, Master Workman ;
If-. A , 'I'aite, Foreman ; V. J. Morgan, Overseer ;
J. E. Morris. Jiecorder.
ASd CAM I ', MODERN WOODMEN'
- of America Meets second and fourth Mon
ti ay evening at K. of 1". hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with us. L. A.
JScwconier, Venerable Consul ; W.C, W'illetts,
Worthy Adviser ; 1", .Merges, Ex-lianker ; J. E.
iM orris, Clerk.
1LATT3XI()UriI LOlKlIi XO.S.A.O. U. W.
Moots ev.ry alternate Friday evening at
Kockwood hall at s oY1ok. All transient broth
ers are respectfully invited to attend. .1. A.
fiutsche, M. W. ; . C, Oren. Eoreman : S. C.
Wilde. Eecorder ; S. A. Newcomer, overseer.
8AM. M. ClIAI'MAN.
C. S. Tw iss
I- A. 1SATKS
Joiix W. Woods,...
K. P. Hoi.i.oway,...
K. K. Livinustox,..
POST 45 G. A. R.
Ufiieerof the Day.
2nd and 4th Thursday of
each inoutli at l'os
t Headquarters iu Kock-
ATTOUNEYS AT LAW.
"IJEESON' & SULLIVAN, Attorneys at Law.
Will pive prompt attention to ail business
intrusted to them. Ou'me in Union Block., East
bide, l'laltsinontli, Neb.
J AS. S. MVrifKws, attorney at Law. Office
over M. B. Murpiiv Co's store, south side of
Mtin between 6th and 6ih streets. 21tf
KOBEKT 15. WINDHAM. Notary TuV.ic and
Attorney at Law. Oltice over T.ark of
C;uss County, 1'latTs-iiOUi.h, Neb. O3ioe tele
phone No, 7 ; residence. No. 6.
JOHN A. DAVIKS. A t torn -j-at Law. Ofllce
with K. H. VVimilr.wn. over Lank of Cass Co.
PLATTSMOf lit, L.IauTlyi N KlillASKA.
PHYSICIANS AND 6UKGEONS.
1 W. COOK, M. I)., riiyslcian and Surgeon.
Office at Fisher's Drug Store, flatts
1 L. SIGGINS. M. D., Vhyslolan and Sur
ireon. t)ne door w e-t of Bennett's store.
Olllce hours from in to z a. in. and from 3 to 5
and 7 ton p. m. itesidence. coiner Ninth and
Elm streets Mm. Levings' house. Telephone
at office and house.
IN THE DISTIMCr CO UUT OF CASS COUN
TY, NEBKASK A :
CjtARLES K. METTHEK. plaint iff,
CLAKA BELLE METTEEK, defeudan
Clara ISclle Me;trer. defendant will take no
tice that on I I." L'Tll d;V of Aiu-ust. ISS
Ch.i'les K. MpL e.-. plaint'?. S'ed his petiliou
in the District coir t of Cass County Nebraska.
agriins; si.id defendant. t'ie object a-'d praye"
which are. to o'nt '.i!! a deei cp of divorce from
the bonds of m::'. -imon y and the ousto.iy of the
thre miiioi'cli Idren, t .ic issue osa:u marriage.
Yon are required to a.' jwer said petition on
or be'or tiin dav of September 1SS7.
Dated Au; 2Jnd. isS7.
CiiAm.F.s R. McTmrR,
24-4 by J. Ii. stbjkk his Attorney.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OECASSCOUN
TY, N EUR ASK A.
SARAH ELIZAUETIICorELAN'D, j
ISAAC OLIVER COPLAND. )
To Tsa.ie O.Cooeland imn renidnt defendant :
You are hrreby notified Hint o. thW Aur. 9tli
- .... . i. '
1SS7, J men mv peuiion in .ue uiri 'ti cuuik
i::i4 CniHiiV 'xeb.-aska. in a mMt t e:e:n nend
Ini' wlier:.i von :n e defendant, the object and
praver of which s to declare mil and void the
pretended m:'n i-';e of ila"it fl a-id lefcudant,
because of defendao's hav'na a leal v.ife liv
Ibk at ihe iie of -j-id n: vi'ase : mid. that said
niarriae was cmitiacted in pood aitli oj part
of olaint'ff. and t.'at .be isi;e of saiti pretfnd
d marriage lis :uiiid'T-d leaiteiuite. and if the
court find "said Fnuriane Jcfral to olitain a di
vorce from you on th 'zrotind oi ex.reuie cruei
tv. and for the custody of the minor child
Clarence C. C-oneland. You are required to
answer said petition on or oefore uetooer loin
1S87. or your delanit wri ie laKen inerin.
SAKAH ELIZABETH COFELAD.
BykoH CLAUb., Att'y. for pin. 24-4
At Cktend, artlcry was used to sup
press tho fitters.
TVxas fever kag appeared at tlie utock-
yards in Chicago.
A Mrs. Lockaby, of Greenville Co., 8
C , claims to be posAevstd of supernatural
Secretary Fairehlld has received the
proposals for tho Bale of 4 per cent bonds,
to the amount of $7,149,000.
Another injunction against the Red
Kiyer Valley road has been issued by the
property owners near Morris.
The priests of the southern s'ates hare
sent a delegation to New York to express
t Weir sympathy for Kev. Father McOlynn.
The missing boat of the burned steam
er Montreal has beea picked up with all
on board. So net a life was lost by the
burning of the vessel.
An emigrant train on the Baltimore and
Ohio collided with a freigt, near Wheel
ing, W. Vh., killing two persons and
wounding fifteen or twenty others.
Captain James P. Murphy, who wtu
born in 1706, and who is one of the old
est and wealthiest citizen 3 of Kittanning,
Pa., was struck by railway cars and In
A young couple eloped from Bremen,
Germany and came to Baltimore, the girl
taking a large num. of her father's money,
but they were arraated by a cablegrame
and sent back.
Iowa republicans did things right,
every county was represented at the con
vention but one, and there wa9 not a
single contest. They nominated Larabee
for governor and Hull for lieutenant gov
The Ute out break is about to end peac-
Fifty-three clerks are soon t bo added
to the war department at Washington.
The Parnellitea are going to petition th
quuen to revoke the league proclamation.
Forty liberals in the house of commons
have pledged themselves to support the
Irlbh national league.
Henry Iiolb, a farmer near St. Joseph,
Mo., was run over and killed in a cut by
a passenger train.
A new pamphlet containing a history
of the wool industry in the U. S. will
soon be issued at Wasliington.
The governor of Kansas raised his quar
antine against the cattle of Illinois, ex
cept those from Cook county.
Italy has decided Prince Ferdinand's
election legal, but his assumption of pow
er contrary to the Berlin treaty.
At a meeting of Canadian raerchants
in Shefford the desire for a comercial un
ion with the U. S. was unanimous.
The prosecuting attorney in the Sharp
case at New York, says that if Sharp's at
tornev asks for bail that he will demand
Mrs. Eliza Howard Powers, who took
a conspicuous part, during the war in
caring for the wounded soldiers, died at
WnshingtOH, n edneaday.
Turkey has refused to assent to Russia's
proposals for coercive action toward
Bulgaria, preferring to await concerted
action of all the powers.
A Sandy Creek rise carried the bridge
ten miles east ot Denver away and the
east bound express ran into the gap, kill
ing Engineer Masterson and injuring
several other train men.
In the house of commons Gladstone
asked for information a to why the Irish
national league was proclaimed. The in
formation was withheld on the ground
that it was confidential.
Tho municipal council at Paris ha3 in
vited delegates from all the municipal
cities of i ranee to a grand congress there.
and the government declares the meeting
shall not be. There are fears of trouble,
Tho flagship of the Amorican re vol u
tion, Hartford, is fast falling to pieces.
A patriotic Califorman informs the navy
department at Washington that he will
be one of 175,000 Americans to give $1
apiece towards repairing it.
The government of New South Wales
has offered 300,000 acres of land to the
missionary society that would undertake
to civilize the natives of that territory,
Tho Pope has ordered immediate atten
tion to the proposition in order to fore
An English excursion steamer capsized
in the channel and fifteen persons were
The poople of Manitoba have detenu. in
ed to have the Red Rtver Valley road
built, or have a row.
Five thousand of O. A. R. rcmnion at
Wheeling, W. Va., refused to pass under
a picture of President Cleveland, during
A nihilist disguised as an officer fired
at the czar on the 20tk inst, twice. One
of the balls passed through his coat but
the czar is uninjured.
Gladstone's resolution before the house
of commons to annul the proclamation of
the Irish national league was defeated by
a vote of 272 to 194.
The Georgia legislature passed a reso
lution taking back tie f 8,000 appropriat
ed the Atlantic university unless the uni
verbify should refrain from teaching
Plymouth, Pa., is threatened with a repe
tition of the nlaerue of '85. Residents
had dumped the contents of their cess
pools on the flats south of the city and
the dry weather acting upon this has pro
The removal of tho custom house of-
ficals at Havana by the by an order of
the governor general caused considerable
dissatisfaction, and a crowd of 2,000 hold
injr a demonstration over the affair were
dispersed by a charge of tho police and
Two hundred miners in the employ of
the Susqueliana Coal company were saved
by means of the electric alarms. They
were working in lower chambers when a
large amount of water in the veins above
broke loose. The men heard the alarms
and all reached the sarface in safty.
Ninety mules perished.
A battle between Sheriff Kendall's men
and the Indians resulted in the death
of five white and seven
Indians, and the wounding of quite a
number on both sides. The reports of
yesterday that the Indians wanted to go
back to the reservations are thoubgt to
Aujrusta Go., was visited by an earth
The feeling between Russia and Ger
many is thought to be improving.
The French mobilization scheme has
been spoiled as it ",'eaked out."
At Detroit a meeting was held in favor
of commcrtial un:on with Canada.
A family at Brooklyn Iowa were quite
badly poisoned by eating canned beef.
The French mobilization experiment is
to take place at Toulouse from Aug. 31st
to Sept. l.'jth.
The Ute Indians are again reported
back on their reservation and the trouble
is thought to be ended.
The Hessian fly is devestating crops
n Scotland, the Colorado beetle is also
injuring the potato crop.
Three horse and cattle thieves of
Horse Shoe Wyo, are under arrest after
evading detection for several years.
Avoub Khan has escaped from the
Persian government and gone to Russia
or Herat. In either case he is likely to
awaken afresh the Afghan troubles.
Etnerta who havfi been coinDarin? the
works and lives of Shakespear and Bacon
. iii -i i i
have come to the conclusion tuat onaKe-
speare never wrote any and that the
work credited to cdiaKespeare was written
Bulgaria has agreed to pay tribute to
The English war shin. Cvane, captured
iu tho war of 1812 is about to be sold.
Tfc ia mmnrcd Russia will soon take
independent stops in the Bulgarian ques.
Powderly says he will take the Btump
n Now York to oppose Blaine on the
Thft TTre Indian trouble is thought to
be getting worse as it is feared 1,S00
Wnoampahgre bucks will join them.
At meetiner of the tviJOSTraphical
union in New York a demand for SOcts
per 1,000 ems was favorably discussed.
Th trouble at Havana is becoming
more serious, several encounters have
taken place between the troops and civil
Pranarations are beinsr made in New
York to hold a national convention for
the purpose of organizing a national
"Onpnmnnta from the covernment to
foreign consuls will hereafter be mailed
at Washington instead of .London, it
is said to save several thousand dollars
Charges are made that Major Ferguson,
Tin has rhnro-c. of the fish commission
funds at Washington, has been apDroori-
atiner the monev to his own use. An in
vestigation will le held.
Chaales A. Percy, a carpenter and
namter of Buffalo, has constructed a
boat and passed through the Niagra
rapids in safety; be intends to build a
life boat of the same pattern and apply
ior a patient.
The city of Mexico had another earth
Another disgraceful prize fight took
place near Kansas City Sunday.
Cubans in New York do not think Ha
vana trouble will amount to much.
' A warrant has been issued for the ar
rest of Colorow, charging him with mur
It ia reported that men in Manitoba are
preaching disunion, and anexation to the
Tho trial of the men implicated in the
Haddock murder at Sioux City, begins
China is strengthening her navy, and
it 19 supposed for the purpose of attack
Tho men who gave away the mobiliza-
f tion scheme were arrested on charge of
Dakota has a bonified population of
00,000 and votes iu November to see if
she will come in as one state or two.
A noted New York burglar attempted
to make his escape by jumping tlrouijli
a plato glass window and was cut so that
Canadian mounted police are charged
with driving Montana cattle over the
line and selling thein. The charges arc
to be investigated at Washington.
The U. S. consul at Honduras in his
report of the people, criticized them very
severely, and that government wants him
removed, but the U. S. refused to do so,
The soldiers' re-union at Norfold clos
A general merchant store at Colon,
burned Triday nifht.
Last Thursday the re union at Norfolk
was reported in good shape.
The prohibitionists have nominated a
full county ticket at David City.
Articles of incorporation for a Sarpy
county state bank were riled Thursday.
Last Friday George May fell from a
buggy near Broken Bow aid broke his
George Smiley, a bnikcman, was badly
crushed between the cars at Crete Wed
nesday. Richardson, the man who shot "Skip"
Willard at Loup City was acquitted
Fairmon' is rejoicing over the build
ing of tho Omaha & Kansas Citv through
At Lincoln. N. C. Bold mistook John
Brown for a burglar and shot h'tn. He
The BuUer connty demoeratsheld their
convention Saturday at David City and
nominated a full ticket.
A confidence man as a "traveling agent"
got several Nebraska City merchants to
cndo.se his checks, Saturday.
Ai tides of incorporation of the Metro
politan Investment & Trust Company
were filed at Lincoln Wednesday.
Tho Nance county commissioners have
renewed their reward of $1,000 for the
detection of the murder of the Perceval
A very bloody and disgusting pri'to
fight took place Sunday on an island in
the Missouri, about ten miles above
The chairman of the Saline county
board of commissioners refuses to s?gn
the bonds voted by the Crete precinct for
the aid of the Mo. Pacific, until the cars
A disasterous wreck oceured last Wed
nesday on the Fremont, Elkhorn & Mis
souri Valley railroad near Johnston, kill-
ng the fireman and wounding several
A stock train on the Elkhorn road ran
nto a car of iron near Ainsworth. wreck
ing the ongine and several cars and kill-
ne the fireman, Burt LUtle, and severely
injuring Engineer Wastly.
Last Saturday afternoon a cyclone
formed a few miles north of Alma,
fr:?hteninff the people of that place
considerable; but the storm missed them,
doing considerable damage in its pa:h.
Fairmont had a little excitement 8at-
urdav over the attempted anest of Rob
ert Franklin, who is said to be an escaped
horse-thief and murderer, from Missouri.
Franklin escaped the marshall and a
body of citizens.
Last Saturday night a man named
Johnson, living near Mason City. Custer
county, became angry at his wife because
she wonld not give him his revolver to
6hoot her brother, and seizing a ciuo
6truck her, instantly killing her. He es
An English Beggar Boy.
To tho right, under the shelter of Falrlight
hill, wu a large mansion in fact it might be
called a cattle. We were very anxious to
find out toe name of the building. A boy of
14 mdm along. He touched Lis cap and
asked a half penny.
"My boy, I said, "you are too young to
get into the habit of begging. You ought to
understand that nothing in this world should
be expected for nothing. Now you want
cash, and I want information. We will
make a fair exchange. What is the name of
that castle down in the valley, and who Uvea
there t Tell me that, and I will give you two
"I don't know, sir."
"Do you live near heref ;
"Yee.-rir." T. 7 -
"Lived here all your life?"
"Seen that building every day, I supposer"
"And don't know what it is!"
"No, sir." "r
Dont know who lives there?"
"Very welL you keep on as you are going.
never have any interest about anything that
is around you, except what you are going to
oat, and you may be a very successful beggar.
but you will never amount to anything else.
Here's your half penny which you get as a
beggar. You might have had four times as
much if you had known what the name of
that castle was."
"Yes, sir," said the boy as he went on his
way, and doubtless succeeded in forgetting
the important lesson I had tried to teach him.
Luke Sharp in Detroit Free Press.
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rom now till Jan. 1, 83 and to Jan. 1,
89, should bring us in 1,000 new sub
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