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FOR A BIG FAIR
j Colonel JaillCS G.
South Jiend is in tin
An Appeal to the People to Co-oper- ' .
. i .1.. v.. i , Char en Haseuicier and will- r;iint'
ate In Mak n.tr It the Bet the , , , ... . ,., - .i.,,,.
. hotiic from Louisville n I hi rrlni -
State Has tver Known
r,.jTIIKY MADE IT TWO
', ler this nioriiinir.
From Mmi'lou ImllU ! ... , . .
just now everybody is wondering, ' - ! passenger J,.,,ot turns
ami inquiring: "What of t lie coining ; ",t be a very tasty affair. I he
, ... . f..;r if i .. I 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 u" consists of two waiting
iindi-r the ino.it inlvcrm
cvt'i' experienced, or alnio-l iiuagiu
J " I r. ...... .. . :..!
cniiil i t i in s j ...,,1 I...',,-,,-.,,,-,.
able, tin1 management
thr lif.it exposition in
ever before, wliat 1 1 i;iy
ably expected this year'.'" This
largely depends on the people, belli
as exhibitors ami pat rtii. The
hoard, look i ug 1 he g i i i in Is a ! 1 o ver.
has made commensurate prt i.-:on
and will continue every eiiort to
have the coming lair eclipse all
No one is as
da light t
the kind ar
proach i n g 1 1
in l it.
le . i e.' t v.
it'll p roi 1 1 i .
in t !.
I 1 'III 1 t'lf V ! :
foil lest I et wc
1 1 ever
n-iit producing ,-tate- In ti" union
will he ea ri ie-1 and - h; . . p. ." o-bra - -ka
ii one in the li.-t of .-m il states.
She uiu-t In-awake and alive to the
occasion. I-i our people compie
Iicih! t lie r i I ll. i ! ion. I ' I e ta ra '. oi y lo
tlwliiialcoiiiest let lis he getting"
''our ha ntls in t: Ike wo;!;. 'I o
this end the exhibits at the .-tale
fair at Lincoln in Si ptcinli' r n. xl
should he v.hal we can and oiigiil
to iicM':il. S-i' thai the co'.ti,-.
col lect i e e x h i hi t s e pec ia I ! v. a re in
all !-- pec Is 1 1 a at I er ' .-: : c o: the
product.--, rt'M ! i ice-- ami po-sihili-ties
of the s'al". Thi- dnn- and
the wa v is opened ii a tiinuiihal
presentation to the world at Chi
cago. 1 1 is hoped the Icadhig". live
worl;iii!;'ii!i'i: ia ea "h county, ii liny
have not alre.nly dice so, '.v:ll at
once t a e a : i.e a atl en i;a in good
work. I o not wait tiri.il a late day
ami hour. Take time hv the lore-
lock and push thin;;" f om now un
til the state fair open.--, with a .-bowing
thai will sutpiise ourselves
A J -l 1 1 ! e 1 1 S t j v y .
Ve are not re.- jioniihle le.r the
following, which is clipped from
the Kav.h t of Kale:
Our friend. Will Stewart, has
wart, inn a
hen that is a freak, sine eunuyh.
Will put her to sctline,' in an old
tiiaueei" in the barn. The l.siuiiv
cat likewise concluded thai was a
i'ooI place for a nest and e.ave
birth to four lively little kittens not
far from the hen. hast week
during one of the driving rain
storms the feline mother happened
to be out on a hunt. The rain
.struck the little fellows so that they
wantlereil toward the setting hen.
eventually tiudiin;" her nest and
creepiiic; beneath her wintrs out of
the rain. After the shower, Stewart
(coining" into the barn discovered
the st ran ye family. Feariny that
the kittens mieht disturb the cy
lie thok them away from the li
and placed them in a different por
tit 'ii of the barn. I mayiuc his sur
prise on coiny out the next morn
iny to find that the lien had tit
serteu tier nest of eu'li's ami was
hovetinvf the four kittens as con
tented anil happy asan- hen on the
place. The kittens seemed to like
the change as well as anyone.
t airtl telegraph ofhee
ipy as Mrs J. O.
dnce the arrival of her two
rs, 1-aiinia and Jvdna, who
J came from I 'I a t ! s moil t h last week
i for a prolonged isit with rehitiw-s.
The lirst int imat ion we ter h.:d
jlhaf tlieM. I', folks were in any
l.iirrs about comph-lin;; their line
! was sho :i jesterday by liaviny a
J iai'tre force id farpenters j-ut in all
jiii u i it lay on tie- new depot which
is neariiii:' ft i 1 1 p I el ii m.
J ud-e A. W. ('rites am! wife, of
I'liatlron, came in la.-t nijlit and
are the yuests of Jlitl't- h'amsev
and family. Mr. C'tites is the .Ne
braska tleh-e'att to the iri'tirrnl
urand chapter ol Masons wh'ch
ineeli at M n nea ol is this weeK
in- will leave lor that cilv to mor
I I A . .Ne w c nii'T ca me hoi ne Sa t u r
! 1 1 iy I l oin a trip d : w n into t he t i m
; her i 'e:.; i o : i s of A 1 ' ; ' n .- is. He is i m
! pi -es .-'.-1 I Wltll V. Jill ll'' .-;a- ilOWII
iiiiere and it i- a wonderful
i fruit ctiiiitry. li" iaw one o't haitl
lot 1 ,L' ) ;. i : , .- i e c i , i ! i ( ) in a c: ies ,
pluiiii, apples and apricots.
.ie-'srs Hoyarl A: Knee are spri ad
i nv;' t heinsfl t-.s on the Nebra.-ka
t'i'iN Ivxposi t ion whit h they are
y ei t i 1 1 y i ii . The Ivx po.- ;.i! it i will
cover i; , 'l square tee( of
erou ml ,h a I will be o u-i i August 'M
to Sepieu.her li h, 1 j i i : I'lkWI.P
acl; no w I e ! e cs reteipis ol compli-iiieutarie.i.
M orlua ry ,
DlKP, Sunday at twenty minutes a
ter 12 o'clock lerry Hutchison at
thr-home of his jrrandsou west o
The deceased had arrived at the
aye of S3 years anil was well known
by all the old settlers in the county
lie was a mural careiui man in
his business life and left tpiite ;
competency behind him, his yrand
ison Wyatt Hutchison where he had
made his home tor years hemy out
of his heirs. Mrs. (ieo. Shratler of
of this county was theonly child of
The funeral -will take place at
o'clock to-day at the Youny ceme
terv. The deceased was a member
of the Christian church in yood
standintr and died clear in the
faith, refusitiy to take any medi
cine as he felt that his time had
A. Hia oiieal Penonage Gone.
Jeny Hutchinson, the old yentle-
man who dieil yesterilay at Kock
IJluffs, was a member of the
famous Kock Bluffs election board
when Nebraska was admitted as a
state. He thonyhtlessly took the
ballot box home with him when
lie went to dinner on election day
which was the basis for a noted
contest. As it was found if Kock
Kluffs vote was counted, the new
constitution would be defeated, and
Nebraska would remain a territory,
a fact very much desired by the
democratic party. Willet Potien
yer, one of the ablest lawyers in the
territory at that time, hunted up
the facts and succeded in haviny
the Kock liluffs returns thrown out,
thus adoptiny the constitution
which resulted in the admission of
the state. Mr. Hutchinson was a
viyorous democrat, but it was for
ii( foul purpose that he took the
ballot box home with him; he
thouyht he was the proper custo
dian and little dreamed that the
event was to defeat his party and
cause the christening' of a new-state.
Lost July IE.
A black leather pocket book con
taining $1S and some postage
stamps and a note for $125. The
tinder will be duly rewarded by
leaving it at residence of Perry
"Walker on Vine street.
Market in Western Cass.
Our markets have not changed
much the past two weeks. Corn is
i'.i cents, hosrs from $t to St.2.".
' butter 10 cents, eyys 12 cents, chic k
J. ens from $2.2") to ?-2.7a per dozen.--,
Frank Dickson Sunday in Klm
i wood with his wife. He came home
'this morning; Mrs Dickson will
'remain for a few days.
Cleveland K'oliing" Mill Co. vs. the
.Noble Sewiny Mat. hiuc Co. 1 ah
Siiii on note for li ).'., '2. Answer,
Aug. ii, i' 1.
Richard f-:i!.-1iue vs. J. M Craig.
Swit on account lor ."ji 10.7.1. Hearing
J ul v 27, h) a. in.
J." W. MeCroskcy et al vs. Fred
Stull ft Continued on applica
tion of plninihf until Aug'. 10.
a . in.
License to wetl issued to Mr.
I'M gar W. Wince and Miss Anna S.
Whomble both of Nehawka.
FheMTg Co. vs. T. Willims.
Continued for furtner testimony
ami argument until July 2.1, S. p. m.
Ross 1,. Fitch vs. Lewis first name
uukiiovvn. Suit in attachment for
f?L. Hearing J uly 21. 10. a. in.
Front Tin ftloti Dailu
From the Oil Citj- Derrick, of
Pennsylvania, we clip the fol
lowing': Misses Mamie Waytnati, of New
Albany. Pa., Hattie Latham, Platts
niouth. Neb., Cora Wayinan, Ford
Cit3', Pa., and Mr. John Wayman, of
Ford City, came up the river yester
day enroute to the lake, to rusticate
for a few days.
Miss Latham was having a grand
time and expected to have started
for New York City Monday, but a
telegram from her mother yester
day will call her home on account
of her fa tiler's illness.
An Elegant Structure.
The Ledger sent a representative
out to the farm of Mr. Charles Swan
a few days ago to obtain a full
description of the fine new barn
which John Robbins Jc Son of
Plattsmouth have just completed
for Mr. Swan, and we pronounce it
one ot the tinest ot tlie kind in tne
county. It is 42x9Sh,; the part for
cattle is 32x64, affording stable
room for about v5 head of cattle
and as many hogs; there is also a
stable 4Slox32, making room for
about 24 horses; a corn crib 10 feet
wide runs along the north side,
feet of wlvich is fitted up for small
grain, making room for about 5,000
bushels of corn and 1,000 bushels of
small grain. Haj is placed inside
b means of a double harpoon ha3
hook which carries from 500 to 8X1
pounds of hay at a time by means
of a track and carrier running the
full length of the barn.
The frame is f Southern hard
pine and is sided with 5-inch H. P.
drop siding, and the roof is shin
gled with Southern Cj-press sli in
gles. The entire bill of lumber was
hipped direct from Texa and is
universally pronounced the finest
lot of 1 unifier ever used in this
county m the construction ot a
barn. -I'nion Ledger.
The BurliriKtons Win Two
Games Frotn the Giants.
I ii terest 1 1 m Feature of th Ox me
Fl2i n.,i t he Fine Hilohirij of
Yupp.-Alto Tlitat of
li. . M'e 7. Lin, oln flianli 8
When we want a pitcher here
after we will go to tieorge Yapp.
He pitched a game of ball yester
day that posterity will talk about
long after his angelic spirit shall
have wafted to the reahn'of blisH.
In the five innings that he pitched
he struck out nine men a ml a I It i wet I
t in- . isitors to get one hit off him.
In the eight inning" he struck out
the side and arou.-ed wiltl enthus
iasm in the crowd. In the box he
fielded his position well, going af
ter ,-ome hits ilt.it very few pitchers
would have made a bluff at. He
also hit the ball in an energetic
l a s 1 1 1 o 1 1 .
I ! : e II
all a i ' 1 1 1 nt 1 he w as
Castone for the visitor- was also
inline nettle. He held the locals
down to three safe hits ami onlv
gave two int u bases on balls.
A-'id f -? : 1 1 Yapp's pitching tin
ca tch i ug" of M an ph i u for the visit
ors wasthe feature, lie gave about
as gootl an cxiuoitiotl ol catclnng
ami uirowtny lo oases a.-s lias Peeii
seen here this season.
reigii'ioti lor the home team
caught a hue game ami ihstm-
yuisiietl luinselt at the Pat, Pein;
one of the few Plattsmouth boys to
get a base hit off Castone.
Mot, on lirst playctl a line game
but made an unfortunate overthrow-
to Third base th.it cost a run.
Ail mil- did good woi k at tin
sect aid conn r.
SCORE HV I.N.NI.M":
Hurlinytons 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 -7
Gianjs 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 O- 3
Sacrifice hits S. Patterson, Adam
Creighton, Creusel, Lincolon. Stol
en bases S. Patterson' Oreusel,
Dobhs. 2. Two base hits. Creigh
ton, Mauphiii. Hase on balls ()f
Castone, 4; of Pattorson, 3; of Yapp.
I. Struck out by Castone. 1; by
Patterson, 1 ; by Yapp, 0. I'uipire
Citizens Hank of Plattsmouth
Peter Carlson. Suit on promis.
note. Hearing" I ul v 2.1. ID. a. in.
The State of Nebraska et al Lafe
Howard vs. Win. Tighe. sheriil.
Hearing on application for writ of
habeas corpus. Trial to court and
court finds that no crimes is charg
ed i n com pin i nt or mithiums. De
fendant tli-i hargetl.
Henry Iirnkiuan vs. Llta S.
(trii'the. On motion to se! aside
judgement, ('out iuued.
Henry lirtckuinu s. (h'u-tli
motion to m t aside iudu
Heiijnian J'd.-on s.. A- I'.. Week
bach Co. ( tai ui.-ht e. Answer ol
garmi-hee taken showing no in
debteness to C'harle.- th'atwtll
jlltlef'iient debtor. (iarnishee re
F,,r -7 years Jo-epli "shera. of
Kock Hluffs has been engaged in
the business of selling general mer
chandise at that place, ami todav
he carries a large ami complete
stock of groceries ami general mer
chandise which he can sell cheaper
than any compete tors for the fol
lowing good reasons. He pavs
no city taxes. He pas no 'house
relit. He, with hii f;i iti i ly attend p,
his business. His farm furiii-hes
all his needs ami more too. Come-
piently it is ban! to umlt r.-M II him.
He keeps constantly on hand a
large supply of flour ami meal. 1 Ie
i- alive, ami a let live man.
their h o 1 1 1 e
i ! l g.
C. A. H
iln, y. 1 None.
.N'i t ice is here! ,y gi i
undersignetl ha- taken
past lire we-t of Cu ! lo. n
horse, bramle ! MM 1 . -f i -hou
weighs al'out '.'.") poum I. wit h h
1 1 i I e
;:p his streali
to first in ele
of j i ! 1 3 i n g" am
Tom Patterson at short made sonu
g-reat stops and bids fair to develop I them to Knoxville
intti a terrific hatter. He has taken I The miners ami th
Iirecken felt 1 A: Weidman n-ceiveil
tins morning from Vant'eigeu iV
l ift. Ciniciiuati. a large bell for the
South Park Tabernacle. The bell
alone weighs T'H) pounds, am! with
the clapper ami arm weighs 1 .D" x
pounds. Following is the in.-crip-tion
which is placed on the bell:
k'KV. Ml.SKS Ml K'K'll.I.. lsu.-iu.
' Mitl.f tl .1 uyl Itl yni, I'litnH" f.nlil."
'iM t Him Ih-.t ll.ttn th Si;i t;,ii.."
CITIZEN SOLDIERS CAPTURbD.
Miners and Sympathizers at Brice
villo, Turin , Overpower tf: :
Hk'ic t; ilij;, Ti:.x., July 2D. -The
crisis can ie ntjHriceville today about
II o'clock, when thi' miners, and a
crowtl of syinjiathizers from the
silt rounding" country gathered
around the camp of the state m ii it ia.
captureti tne troops ami convict
marched them in to the depot ami
put them on a train and shipped
I I ie In i e i - in i- mil con
ilitionand had a .-mall rope tied
about its neck. The owner can ob
tain the property, by ihow iug own-ei-hip
and p.,ying charge at the
resi Iem-e (, ,n (idnioie .'t mi! -,
-oiith ol Plattsui n:h or of ('. ..
Creamer otn- mile pom Cullom.w.li.
ii . e
i :."i i i l"
Hi! lern ia n '- I , a e - ee i ; i .
at the old lair" g lo ii i n 1 -on
That II a c k i n g Co u g 1 1
l cured ,y llil.ill'
g ua ra n t ee 1 1 ,
'111 S o p l i t k -cure.
Philip K ra use rec
terday tPthe tleath
hist Siirni;iy in New
i et I word e s -of
York Cit .
. J Al lent ion!
i 1 1 a 1 1 of 1 1 a i r
Kellewer is i!ie
1 're j .;ii .it ion to ace
f a I::
a n d ! 1 1 1 :
I ! .
s I I
I ' i
a wondertul orace in his Patting
the last few games and is crawling
It) the top of the pile.
Sam Patterson was suffering from
l sore arm anil consequent! did
not remain in the box any longer
than necessary. At the bat he was
"out of sight."
There is no need to tell about
Jack Schulotf's playing. Kvery-
ir friends tt)
the nuniPer ot twelve or lilteen
thousand were divided into four
etptal squads ami completely sur
rounded the camp. The miners
s.'iit up a tlag oljruce anil sent in a
committee to the olhcer in com
mand. The committee notified the
officers that the" had come to take
the convicts peacably if possible, by
force if necessary. I he officers
We often read that "' J ie wa a nvl
benefactor to the human ra t ".
With g'ood reason . ould thi.- !,
applieed to an (n;r v h eon'ri .niles
to the lest i-n i ng of the e i Is to wh ich
liesh is heir to. K i :eu i ;ei t i - n i an'!
chronic headaeh have been' classed
as impossible of cur-, yet science
h is fmaliy J lomons r ited that the
CAN be cured. Halter's Pain Par
alyser' taken in -tu j ' : net ion will:
Hall -r's (Jermaii Pills' have effected
most exti"aortiinar cures ami hai
matle life a comfort lo man", who
never hoped lor relief Fnr.-alehy
Treutinc-iit or (in (".ton II t.
It hns been uf-riotisly iroMAseil thUV
Auierican boys fcliall wtvir Kton huit
mils th.it make any huti-aii loy Inolt.
liku nri oct rich. Th An-;liMiiiuiiiu-i will
B'lopt theso ahsiir.l ctstniin;s fur their
ehiklrn, if they Iwivo Mi'tiw.' enough,
but tliere ar lotn of Aun-rir.arn wli. nr
lint Angli 'Uiaiil.tes. I went f) seii.M.I
with htiint One tlay u inl raintt to
KeliiM.l with an Hum lint.. Muriiuip
ami wlii.-jicr.i of Kiirpriso ul iliqiprnval
were liearil wln n lie enter!. Mini lotlo
full of itie.-iiilng jins.-ieil frtmi my tu hoy.
At 11 o'clock eaiao reet ss, and prerini
ly at tell rsel'iilnls p,-t II titer w:ih IV
riot.. That was tlie iinmieiit when t!u
li'l iqipeureil with hit little "jilug"' h it
on. He wa-i a fjniet, hlirinliiii ly, aisl
I pit it'll hilll flulll the hottolll nf IliV
In-art, f i ir Kiss parents were to Maine t.f
Cl.lllse. Direi'ilv t ll.lt lie M-t fiM.t Uith
y.'iiil he was M-i.:e.l, pulh il this way ;ni I
that, tripjii-d upatnl t !-ipi .i h-ij .f 1 1 1 -t h it.
That, art ielt went immediately into uwi
.'is a font hall, ainl in le t h in a iniinitj
had l.eei.nie a s 1 1 ii ! of I. Lie!; Invuvr and
pa-ti hnard. At I.t-t it was piteln d over
the fence with a yell nt triumph and tli
l'V Went hi.iiii' harein ad-d and la tears.
American hoii .r was iii iintained and
the llljlll i'llll illi'.lielice of llnti'iil ' 1 1 -1 I ' I
efh'i't lially lietied. Tint is what is;;i
ing to happen here e i-l t iine ;i I my 1 lies
to wear Laturi clothes. Spare him. v
jiaveiits. ( 'on-id.-r hi, liuii,-,, if yon don't
n spect ins lei 1 1 ngs. I !i i .1 ik ly n Lag!.'.
Six- i.iil.ln'l Oi l, .in I ! iii.
At a f.'iintu.' and charming r-. ik .ii a cer
tain western woman, jui now malm..; it
lit tie Mir in literary doiii, was tin- hon
ored recipient of marked at hint-inn on
the part tif tlie eiacioiis hostess, 'hatt
fat. in tlie ev-ni'ig there was a tairill
huhliuh at the door, and in strode one of
New Yt irk':' most prominent jntirnah'-t
an 1 diplomatists. Till, military, via'e
haired, ruddy cheeked, dr-iinne, in
fault less evening dress, hi- bent over tll'J
histt-.s!j' hand, explaining that he has
ju-t stolen away from an important en
ga'jement a mo iieiit. to pay his devoirs.
-, "in w that v i
dlut," said Mrs.
. D.Jones was out grading' the
race track at the fair grounds yt
now in good con-
I i t i o 1 1 .
are here, "ou must; meet M
whom 1 was telling you."
Ih My thar .Mrs. , a thuiinmd
thanks, hut Fome other time I nhall l
delighted. I really have not a lnoiin nt
to spare. I
Shu (fairly dragging him across the
room, if so rude a verb may express ro
dainty an action) Colonel , this is
Miss , of . tin- coming woman.
Miis (whose kefii ears and ready
wit had grasped the situati in, gracious
ly hut deprecatively; Pray, do tint hi
her detain tin.-going man, Mrs. S ,
and presenting his much in demand
highness tiie sidew ise curve of a whito
Ftionlder, she continued the laborioiM
sustainmeiit of an Ivi'-clishman in con
versation. New York World.
bod knows how Jack plays ball. I parleyed awhile and then agreed to
(Ireusel played h is last game with
the locals, leaving for Denver this
morning. He batted in pretty fair
For the visitors Taylor on First
played the best ball out side of the
battery. The remainder of the club
climbed all over one another in
their efforts to make errors.
tins is tne way tne runs were
rolled up by innings:
In the first nobody saw the home the depot
plate. I The city is now intensely excited
In the second Plattsmouth piled I Leading men of all political partie?
up three runs on a glorious string I say the law must be upheld. Sym
of errors by the visitors, while they pathy, which hasbeen enlisted on
blanked in their half. the side of the miners, is now
igainst them. Governor Huehaii-
ufs administration is that of the
illiance, and some of the politi
cians are uiscussingiwnat tne ain-
.cr i. .... i i. . . ..
liiai ue was nisi aitractet to me
because ill' complexion was
clear and my breath so s weet ami In
lound out about my breath when
i i i
w iieu wiien ne Ki'sseti me, ami now
girls I'll tell you how I made my
complexion so clear; I took just
tin e" bottles o Hallerr Sarsaparila
V liurnoee t ha t all . i-or sale by
tl'Al.-.K ... J.I I .1
i vi n r i-iini s weie nieti m tlie
district court for the two first week.
m July. A busy time for such hot
The third was a cipher for both
In the fourth the locals drew a
blank, while the Giants, aided by-
two base hits and an error, got two mice will do. butthe great mass of
were near to
runs. They never
victory after that.
lhe locals added one more to
their string in the sixth and
another in the seventh.
The Giants made their third run I who are few and poorly organized,
surrender. The troops were al
lowed to keep theirarms and am
munition ana iney wiin tne con
victs were marched to the train.
There the- were loaded into box
cars or whatever could be had and
the entire lot sent to this cit". They
arrived here about 4 o'clock. The
miners made the troops promise
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i in o i i.iij;r i m-!s t 1 1 oi a ncii es OI
immense crowd met tlie troops at the Human Societv font. .led to- Tt..-.
i . . . j - j
v norse is discovered Patlly gallet .
or is cut or injured, at once a society
membor commands its rest and tha
immediate application of Hller'
iaio a in- j.uiiiiit'iit, which experi
ence has shown is tlie best remedy
made, hor said by all druggist:
The Turners of this city will give
a uenent Pall Saturday evening at
Fitzgerald's Hall in honor of Prof.
Henry Kummerow, who tlejiarts
from this city in a few day:
Nil I'rlf" on iniii liN lleailcar.
Two men tood in front of the show
window tif a Wabash avinne millim jy
coneern looking at the styles and guess
ing at the prices. Of course neither had
any sort of idea about the articles on ex
hibition. Then they went in and asked
the floorwalker how near they had cmin
to guessing at tlie prices. After hlie had
told them one of the men a.-kt.-d:
"Why don't you put tlie prices on your
goods the sane a? clothiers do on what
they exhibit in their windoyvs?"
"Ynii betray an ignorance that is pa--
donable under tlie circumstances. If "re
is a hat that we Hell for l.r'i. Do not
faint there are hats for women that can
he bought for that figure. Suppose we
put that price on the hat ami displayed
it. .No woman would evtr purchase it.
because she would be afraid if f-he did
that her neighbor might have seen it and
would know what t-lie paid for it. One
of tlie privileges of a woman is to de
ceive her sex about tlie cost of her hats
and bonnets." Chicago Tribune.
citizens say the law must be ob
served, and that Governor Buchan
an must enforce the law regardless
of cost. The sentiment here is that
in the seventh and never scored
The home team clinched the
victory in the eighth, when they
added two more to their score.
As their is no royal road to lean
ing so there is no magical cure for
desease. The effect, however, of
taKlll"" A ver's SarsnorilPi for Plooil
1 . . . A . . 1 ..11 1 1. . 4 . . J . . I - - I "
ne iniita scnu .iii.iiic Kiie n oops, disorders comes as near magic can
oe expected of any mere human
agency. 1 ins is due to its purity
to the front at once and put ex
perienced men ana othcers m
charge. If he has not force enough
he must call for volunteers.
liie miners nave appointed a
The umpiring of 3IcCoy was not I committee to say what dispatches
The public is not to be conjratu
ated usually on an era of cheap
fares, or rate cutting by the rail
roads. Yet it seems as Jthough the
recent war inaugrated on rates to
Detroit can not fail to help many
an old veteran to go to the national
reunion who otherwise would have
een compelled by poverty to re
main at nome. nie wnio ixratia
rmy men have secured a round
trip rate of one cent per mile, a rate
so low that no one need remain
iway on account of expense of
The lirst copy nf the Avoca Keter-
prise we have seen reached this of
fice today. It is vol. 1 No. 3, and
presumably will "lill a long felt
want. Avoca is a live village and
don't propose to be considered as a
tail to the Weeping Water kite.
up to that gentleman's standing.
A mob estimated at near to three
thousand people sat on the hillsidi
above the grounds and stole the
game with great and exceeding
shall be sent out and what not, and
this committee, or some one of it
is in the telegraph office all the
time and reads all the stuff sent out
by the newspaper men. The com-
generosity. The general opinion I mittee told the operator that if he
of the populace in the stand was I did not let them read the messages
that these people would kick and J they would cut the wires.
endeavor to jump somebody's
claim if corner lots in tlie Celestial
Paradise were selling at live cents a
This is the score:
Marrlnl the Family.
A story of a Florida man who married
three wives from one family is going the
rounds as something remarkable, but
there was a family in Maine consisting
of six girls, and of the six three married
men named Biekwell, three married to
the name of Young, one married a Liver-
more and one never was marri 1. An
other paradoxical feature is that there
were only five husbands in all.
The explanation is that two of the
U hile some boys were throwing Bickwells died, leaving widows, and
rocks last evening on Main street. Mr. oung, who had two of the sisters
one threw a rock and struck the bet ore, took one of the widows. Then
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lanrp nlatp trhiss in front of K S I -"i-r. iivermore look tne oilier. t that
- I rs - - - -., . . ,,.
Wbites store breM ki n ,r i t The.rP, -Ilere Were S-Ven We-tHlUgS in the tain-
....-11 r.l ..I t 1,. .. J " "J -' "'-liiiCt.
o.-o.-.ni. .vo.o-.aoot.t.r... iu "-concerned in them. Mr. Ycn.n hd 11
place it. uoys snotuu not ue omj wify before he I egan on this family.
allowed to throw rocks on the Manchester Union.
streets or they should be made to
pay for what damage they did. Mn Two Koiutation..
1 am always interested in what may
Itch on human ans horses and all be called the two reputations which each
animals cured in 39 minutes br man hua- otia is bia rml.lio r,;.,
AB K BH PO A E
Miller, 3b a 0 0 1 2 1
Yapp. lfp 4 1 0 2 11 0
S Patterson, pilf a 0 0 2 2 0
Motz, lb a 0 0 7 0 1
T. Patterson, ss 3 11 12 2
Adams, 2b 4 1 1 5 0 0
Creightsn, c 3 1 1 9 2 0
Greusel. rf 4 2 0 0 0 0
Schulhoff, cf 3 1 0 0 0 0
Total 36 7 3 27 19 4
AB K KH PO A E
Taylor, lb 3 0 0 11 0 1
Hroadus, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Car.s 3b 4 1 1 2 a 3
Mauphiti, c 4 1 2 2 0
Castone, p 40 1 1 S
Dobbn. cf. 3 1 1 1 0 0
Lincoln, ps 4 0 0 0 3 2
Hardiner. rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hiibanks, 2b 3 0 0 7 1 2
Totals 30 3 5 27 IS 10
McKay, of Kansas will be Arrested if
the Militia is Sufficient.
Topeka, Kas., July 20. A motion
was filed in the supreme court this
afternoon for an order for the at
tachment and arrest of Judge W.
McKay the alliance Judge in the
Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by K. (1. Fricke &
Co., druggist, Plattsmouth. wtf
other his personal or private eminence;
the one is the distinction which he has
among people, the other the regard paid
to him by his own immediate set or fol
lowing. Archdeacon Farrar has a great
reputation among the ordinary people of
America and Great Britain, but scholars
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make no more fatal
mistake than when they inform pa
tients that nervous heart troubles
come from the stomach anil are of I look noon him with much of sTisTiieion
a x r ii. l : . l . i : , I ... . ... 1 1
iwcmy-iuiirmjuuiudi uiainci, who 'mie consequence. Ur. hranklin as an accurate and profound exegete.
had disobeyed the orders of the sit- Miles, the noted Indiana specialist. Bishop We.stcott. however has a small
nas proven me comrar in nis new reputation among the iteople. Probably
k 1,0,1 of u fi Krw.urv. not one in twenty of those who read this
preme court oy re-arresting an
agent discharged by the supreme
court on a habeas corpus writ,
Chief justice Horton, who made the
order which McKay disobeyed ar
rived in the city from Colorado to
night for the purpose of acting in
the case. McKay, who is backed by
the alliadce is rebellious, but the
court will see that its orders are
obeyed if it is necessary to call out
the state militia.
who guarantee and recommend Dr.
Miles unequalled new Heart Caire.
which has the largest sale of anv
heart remedy in the world. It cures
nervous and organic heart disease,
short breath, fluttering, pain or ten
derness in the side, arm or smoulder.
irregular pulse, fainting, smother-
paragraph ever heard his name, but the
respect in which he is held by scholars is
of the highest. Chicago Advance.
Queen Victoria' Spider rre.
In February, 1877, the queen received
from the empress of Brazil a dress woven
entirely of spiders' webs, which for fine-
Rheumatism Cured in a D jy.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the di
sease immediately dissappeara.
The first dose greatly benefits. 7oc
ing. dropsy, etc. i l is Kestorative f ness and beauty is said to surpass the
er in cures ueauacue, ins, etc. most SDlendid silk. r,t an, Onm
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Ice Cream Delivered.
J. P. Antil has started an ice
cream delivery wagon, which de
It Can't He Helped.
Twynn What makes the wealthy
livers ice cream to your homes in people in the boxes chatter so noisily?
any amount you wish, leave orders Tnplett Money talks, you know.
at his place.near corner of Sixth and New lork Epoch.
Pearl street. tf
nrTrfTivr we want a man id
ULI UliI I VL evfrv locality to art .
rivat letetive nuder oar instrur tion. I fessional burglar!
i ... s . r Til v-.
A Desperate Order.
Noodles Say, there, briif me a pro
1 want to see if he
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