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77i? smallrsf is the bctt
in jiills, other tilings licinj einal.
lint, with Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pel
lets, nothing else is eiit.-il. They're
the best, lint only heeause they're
the smallest, ami the easiest to take
but because they (In more good.
They cleanse ami regulate the liver,
stomach ami bowels in a way the
huge, old-fashioned pill doesn't
dream of. Think of trying to rciit
lute the system will) the ordinary jtill.
It's only good for upsetting it.
These are mild and gentle but
thorough and effective, no pain no
griping. One little pellet for u laxa
tive three for a cathartic. The
best Liver I'ill known. Sick Head
ache, Itilious Headache, Constipa
tion, Indigestion, lhlioua Attacks
and all derangements of the liver,
stomach nml howt-ls are prevented,
relieved nml cured.
l'ut up in sealed vials a perfect
vest-pocket remedy, always conven
ient, fresh and reliable.
They're the nii .4 pill yon can
buy for they're tmirniti l to give
satisfaction, or your inoi.ey is re
turned. It's a pfan jitciH'W to l)r.
You pay only rur the good you
get. Can you s.v more?
J,' K. KF.YNOl.DS,
lii'L'Islelfil l'liy-li lull lllnl 1 ' 1 1 ; 1 1 1 r i n t -1
Special iittention given to Ollice
Km K Itl.llTS - Ni;u.
9 J. HiVNSKN
IIK VI. Kit IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the I'uMic Solicited,
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth
I) K-N T-I-S T :-
(JOI.I) ANU I'lihriXAlN CK'OWNS.
Dr. Steiiiwayi ati;e-illietie fur tin- ialiileri ex
ll'ill'tillll l'l tl'flll.
Fine (iolii Work a Specialty.
ItiickvviHiil I ; 1 1 1 1 k riiitl-!iinii!li, Ncli
Jf, 'J I 9, 'JJI, AND 'JJj WaIN bT
F. R. GUTHUANN. PROP-
1v'.ti:s-1.."() 1 1 k' vi:i:k ,xn n
THE OLD RELIABLE.
U. A. WATERHAN & H
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Cn supply eww demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
COAL I WOOD
nl and Office m South Third Street.
(77 r klrAM Vcr;ihl.
liiKi;i( nK VINK ANh HITII SIS
I I I i: i H N K :!
K NOTTS BROS, Publisher s
Piilili-lii.l ew-ry Tlinr-il:t , .-iml ilnily
every evening rvi ret SmiihI.iv.
KVni-tereil at tin' Halt- nt It. Ni l.ra-ka
pnt ptlii 11- . ( mil 1 la- miiil mutter f' r
triin-iiii inn tltr.Mii.il tliet'. S. mill-'.
I KKMS I V K W KKKLV.
I lite year ill inl ant i- fl
One year nut in ail am 1" - " - - 1,1
Six iimiil lis in ml viiiK e -
Three iiimitlm in iiilviince l
TKKMS OF DAILY.
( ne yeiir ill uiIvmimt
I hie copy one niniit li - . - - .-tl
Per week ly currier - - 1
THl kSDAY, J PLY 21. IMC.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
llKN'.l A MIX HAh'KISoX
Kur Vice l'r siili-nt
Will TKI.AW KIKI
,,1 .New York.
The rcpuMicail electors of the
1 i rr-1 congressional district of the
slate of Nebraska are re(ilested to
send delegates from the sevral
counties (1 mi nisi ng said district
to meet in convention in the city of
NelirasKii I'itv, Tliursd.iy. July L's,
IML', at '.I n'clocli p. 111., for the pur-io-e
of placing in nomination a
candidate for mi-mluT of congress
for said district and for the trans
action of such oilier business as
may joiin- liefore 1 1 1 con vent ion.
I III: ITiilv' I In.NMIA I .
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, heing
lia.-ed upon the vote cast for lion.
Y. J. Council for congress in MH:
( ne delegali' for each I'm votes and
major fraction thereof and one
dclegate-at large from each county.
I ' .11 1 1 1 ii I lelemite-. Citlllllii-s. I leley lit e-.
( a-s I'' I hue I.I
Jiillil-iill I" I'aw lire U
l.aiii';i-ti'r I " l nliat i Isi in . . . 1'.
. Total- I
It is recommended that 110 prox
ies he admilted to the convention,
and that the delegates present from
each county cast the full vole of
W. II. YYtinnw u.
I'k.WU' M'C K'I AMY, Chairman.
CALL FOR PRIMARIES.
A republican county convention
is hereby called to meet at Weep
ing Water at 1 o'clock p. in., July I'll,
for the put pose of selecting nine
teen delegates to attend the con
gressional convention to be held at
.Nebraska City July 1, anil twenty
delegates to attend the state con
vention to be held at Lincoln mi the
llh day of August, in accordance
with tin- call of the state and C011
.gVcssioiial Committees, and the
transact ion ol such other business
as may properly come before it.
The basis of representation of the
dillerent wards and precincts being
li veil a I one delegate for every li flee 11
otes or major tract ion thereof cast
for Ceoi'm- II. Hastings for attor
ney general at the general election
in Ivhi, and onedelegate-at-large for
each ward and precinct.
The dillerent wards and precincts
are entitled to representation as
follows: Salt Creek, 7; South Mend,
I; Louisville, 7; Light Mile Grove,
7; riallsniouth precinct, 7; Green
wood, A; Ivlmwood, li; ('inter, li;
Mount I'leasant, a; Iv'ock Ml mi's
First district, li; Iv'ock Mlull's, Second
district, I; Tipton, C; Stove Creek. '.I;
Weeping- Water precinct, a; Avoca
(i; Liberty, 7; .Nehawka, a; I'latts
mouth. First ward, ; Second ward
S; Third ward, 11; Fourth ward,!",
Fifth ward I; Weeping Water, Fij-st
ward, a; Second ward, 1; Third ward
The primaries to elect delegates
to said county convention will tie
held Saturday, July 'Jll.at the follow
ing places and at the times here
after named, to-wit;
Avoca, at Ilutchins school house,
3 p. 111,
Center, at Manley school house, 4
Kight Mile Grove, at I foil school
house, 3 p. in.
Ivlinvvood, at Murdock, 7 p. 111.
Greenwood, at Alvu, 7:1(0 p. 111.
Liberty, at Ledger ollice, 1:M p. 111.
Louisville, at office of W. A. Cleg
horn, :M p. in.
Mt. Pleasant, at Gilinore school
house, 3 p. in.
Nehawka, at Sturm's ofliee, S p. 111
Plattsmouth precinct, at Taylor
school house, ( p. in.
Kock HlulTs, first district, at Mur
ray school house, S p, in.
Kock HlulTs, second district, at
k'oek HlulTs school house, 8 p. in.
Salt Creek, at Greenwood 7. HO p. in
South I (end, at school house in
South Hend, 7:1(0 p. 111.
Stove Creek, at G. A. li. hall, Ivlm-
wood, 7:1(0 p. in.
Tipton, at hall in Fiagle, 7:1(0 p. m
Weeping Water precinct, at Cas
cade school house, :'M p. m..
First ward Plattsniouth, from 4 to
8 p. .111.
Second ward Plattsmouth, Second
ward schoollioiise I to p. 111.
Third ward I'lattsmouth, office of
K'icle-vV luuilier v.iid, 4 to s p. in.
Fourth ward I'lattsiiiouth, police
court. 4 to s p, in.
Fifth ward l'lattsiiioiith, at school
hi uise, 4 to s p. in.
Fir! ward. Weeping Water, re
publican club room, p. m.
Second ward, Weeping Water,
council chamber, s p. 111.
Third ward, Weeping Water, Tid
ball Fuller s ollice. N i. m.
It is recoiiuiieiided that the pri
maries held in the several wards ot
Plattsmouth be held under the state
Jaws governing primary elections.
It is further ri commended that 110
proxies be admitted in convention
but that the delegates present cast
the entire vote of the ward or pre
cinct represented by them.
Ok LAMM) TK FT,
A. L. TT.MiiLiN, Chairman.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN
The republican electors of the
state of Nebraska are requested to
send delegates from their several
counties to meet in convention at
the city of Lincoln, August 4, IML',
at lo o'clock a. 111., for the purpose
if putting in nomination candi
dates for the following state ollices:
( 'iov ernor.
Secretary of state.
Auditor of public accounts.
Superintendent of public instruc
Commissioner of public lands
Light presidential electors.
And to transact such other busi
ness as may come before the con
vention. Till: Al Ti'k l li ANIAT.
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, being-
based upon the vote cast for t ieorge
II. Hastings for attorney-general in
IMM, giv ing one delegate-at large to
each countv and one for each 1 M )
votes and the major fraction
Counties. 1 elei;ate. ( , .nut ie. I ii-leyate-.
Ail. 1111- I''. Jnll 11-. hi ... II
Villi'!''1!' Ki .11 iii'V s
I laiiner a Ke a I 'alia I
I II. one "Keith . . . :i
I Ii i me - l 1111 1 'all 1'
lluvil I Kmix x
I I 1 I int te " I. am .1-1 er V!
Iti-i w.i "1 l.inei il 11 . . 11
liuilaiii I". I.uan - -J
Itiillrr I" I . 1 1 1 1 .... J
Hurt !-' Maili-i.ii !i
l'a-s '.',1 M.-rriek 7
Ceil.ir li He Pliei-on I
I lia-e I alli e T,
V lle elllU' I. eltlali.l IJ
( hel l v 7 uel l i-
( 'lav II Hi. it- II
Cnl la ; '. I'aw m-r II
I iiiuiiu- I . I'd kills .. I
ll-ter ... 17 I'lc-Ve I
I lakota . i. I'helps ."i
I'aue- 1" I'lalte a
H;i -mi !i I ' .1 li 7
I l.'il.'l ... I keil Willi.VV !i
1 1 i i n i li'iiliiiril-'.ii t'i
I .nle te. K.u k I
I lunulas :i Saline 1M
I iiui.l v I Sar.y ''.
l-'illiiinre la s.inmlers r;
l'raiil,hii i; sri,tts mull :t
l-'. .ni n r ii -.-w a n I 1 1
I 'm na- 7 sh.'i'i.l'in -
.a e shi'i ., aa I
I t.'ll liehl J SlnllX il
I lo-ier ... il slant'. II I
(iraul I'haver ''
I .reelcv il l lliillla- J
Hall . .' IJ I'he.i -lull .'i
I I . i Ml i i 1 1 ill II Vallev a
Hal la i .". Va-liiin.liiii ... I'
Have- 1 avne
Mm in h ',- .". 'el.-!ei' 1"
ll.ii'U, r I Wheeler -
lb-It li Yoik
IL.ua I ii
leller II 'Int:,! 1-7
It is recommended that 110 prox
ies be admitted to the Convention
and that the delegates present be
authorised to cast the full vole of
s. n. m KKvi k
W.U.r M. Si;i,i.i.v,
P. M. I! Ai.ti t 1 1 1 : ,
J. K'. St H TltlMv'I.AM),
Till-: desire of the labor unions of
Pittsburg to have the city authori
ties tliug back Mr. Carnegie's gift of
.tT.OUU. ) for a free library, in his
face, because they are real mad at
Carnegie, reminds the New York
Tribune of a little story of what
happened once in New York.
Two members of a club, who were
cronies, hail a little dispute one day
over some trifling matter, but both
got hot under the collar and they
parted in anger. One of them was
a manager of the Western Union
Telegraph company and the other
was a newspaper man. The news
paper man had been supplied by
the manager with a book of tele
graph franks. When he got home
he bundled up his frank book and
sent it back to the manager with a
freezing note, polite, but curt, very
The manager had in the meantime
cooled otT, and the humor of the
situation appeared unto him. So
he sent the book back with the fol
lowing rejoinder: ' My Dear ,
return the inclosed, as I think upon
reflection that you will agree with
me that a mere personal ditfereuce
between us is hardly sufficient to
justify your withdrawal of your
patronage from the Western Cnion
company." The journalist ordered
the refreshments the next time they
met. Lincoln Journal.
TllEKK is no democratic party in
Kansas this year, it has died and
the Independents have buried it.
The people of 1'nion ate making ;
preparations for the fourth annual j
reunion of old settlers of (ass conn- 1
ty to be held there August j
which will be the best one of the
kind , ever held in this county,
and every old settler should not
tail to be there.
Tilt: New York Sun declares that
Grover Cleveland is a protectionist
We would not be surprised if some
of Mr. Cleveland's friends would de
clare that he is a republican before
they get through with this cam
paign. They are ready to pledge
li i in to anything.
There are men at Homestead to
whom this company offers $047
per day. These are no professional
men; they are not superintendents
of departments. They are simply
skilled workmen. Democrats may
explain and explain' until election
day, or until doomsday, but they
will not be able to convince any
man of sense that any such scale of
wages could be paid in this country
if the "vviill of protection" were torn
down and our workmen forced into
direct competition with workmen
in Kurope, who receive not more
than half so much. Leavenworth
Tin; New York Sun warns the
free trader that win n the principle
of free trade becomes identified
with the cause of anarchy, and the
destruction ol the right of properTy
as its leading advocates among us
are frantically tending to identify
it, all thought of its continuing to
receive serious consideration will
have to be abandoned for many
years to follow. This country is
not re idy for anarchy yet.
The Sun is eminently right. The
free traders have gone mad in their
support oftheelfort of the work
men of the Homestead mills to take
that property away from its propri
etors by force of arms.'! lieirattcnipt
to identify the Carnegie company
and its scale of wages with protec
tion of home industries ami put
both down with the revolver and
Winchester is om of the most idiot
ic out bursts of demagogy the coun
try ev er saw.- Lincoln Journal.
NO DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN IOWA.
Since it has been deliniu ly settled
that there is to be no democratic
ticket in Kansas the demo
crats have eo-ieltided to throw up
the sponge in Iowa, and indorse
any and all means that is Lkcly to
take the electoral! vo,e away from
Harrison. The deniocra'ie plan is
to insist on t lie renom iuation of and
fusion on Iowa's 'sick six" the peo
ple's parly 'o have the congression
al candidates in the other livejdis
Iricts and the entire electoral aad
state ticket! The bosses of 1 he peo
ple's pany have not vet eg.eed to
fuse on (lie "sick s'.." but that is
the pre-ent probable outcome of
t he liego, iai ions i !i it have been in
progress between ihe bosses of the
twopariieseverslv.ee '.he wigwam
Co ivent ion ;.i I ioarn-1 1. Thai isihe
rea-oil vli- ;lh.' e 1, a- been no I'i'li
fieaS.n in' I he mini i ia ; io'i o ,r C'leve
I Mid and SteveM-mi at MesMoines.
l'lie whole objeei i,r ihe now cer-
tj'ufu-iou in lovvajind o,her e-
iiibbenu -! .i s, js to aoempt to
lel'ei'iihe elee. ol of a i'e.-'d' 1 1
by die people and ihus make Cer.
tain of the elect ion of Cleveland by
the ih mocraiic house, if the line to
cat t y out ths agreements between
the hos-.es of the two pa,-,ies, in ex
change for coni ad- it i r whatever
vicious a. id des.riu-live legislation
that iiiiiv have been contracted for
to eifect die hi-ion in the republican
Fusion will be a stool pigeon trap
What is wanted of
soap for the skin is to
wash it clean and not
hurt it. Pure soap does
that. This is why we
want pure soap; and,
when we say pure, we
mean without alkali.
Pears' is pure; no al
kali in it ; no free alkali.
There are a thousand
virtues of soap ; this one
is enough. You can trust
a soap that has no biting
alkali in it.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
. all sorts of people use it
They wash their clothes
MADE ONLY BY
for democracy all around. The
trap will be baited with calainity
ites of evety degree of opposition
to republicanism, but the demo
cratic bosses are in charge of tin
trap and they will work it wholly in
the in K-rt si of free trade democracy
It is a dangerous conihina ion to
every good interest of the people
of the state and nation, and il can
only bedelealed by the v igomus and
united efforts of all honest voters
who are in favor of the best, purest
and most progressive government
of the bosses, by t hi' bosses and for
the bosses who are determined to
rule or ruin wit limit regard to the
the intercsis of the people. Con
science democrats will In-put to a
severe test in Iowa and other repub
Mean states in this years campaign,
for fusion is to be the rule in all
states where the democrat 'c parly
is not in the majority.
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, A. C. Loder, Jacob
Triisch and S. W. Dulton, countv
commissioners, and Frank Dickson,
Final settlement w is made with
O. J. King on the contract for build
ing coiirf house, and a receipt in
full from O.J. King wa- filed and
Ollicial bond of Fred Hall, road
overseer in district No. :!7, approved
Jas. A. Allhauds was appointed
road overseer in and lor dislricl No.
K'eport of C W. Noble of the in
stitute funds ol Cass Co., for the
fust six monthsof !!'', tiled and ap
proved. Notice of appointment of Charles
M. liutler as deputy clerk of thedis
trict court was filed and approved.
I'elition by (ieorge ."McAilie and
others to have commissioners re
scind their action of April 7th h'.iJ
w 1 1 ere : ii said commissioners vacat
ed a public road commencing
rods east of die center of west line
of section 1. range Id and town 11,
ruut'iug the. ice east Ml rods. ilu-n
north N) rods, i hence inn l heast to
center of seci'on was taken up for
eotisidcral'ou and refused.
Notice of appointment of ."Miss
Maggie ( )' iv'oc - ke as depu.y regis
ter ol deeds to te m ' late July ll'.lli
lVi'.' was filed and approved.
Hy order of the board the treas"
urer is hereby i.is.ructed lo correct
lax receipts for the years l'.K I as
shown lor lot sei , bil'.' lit. sons
to include lols :rt a id iKI; lot hav
ing been divided so as to form lots
"' ;oid and both having bee:i as
sessed at the same amount as die
orginal lot it!) was assessed, it ,he-e
by making a double sses-inen'.
The bo irdorde'ed thai the assess
ment on si x ho scs owned by 1'eter
Keil of Kight Mde drove, for the
year lv.i'J be cancelled assaid horses
were burned up by (he recent fire
which rccenily de? I royed F. (iuth
The following biils were nuditcd
on general fund:
l I.niler, sitliiry mill eien-e.. . $ lit 2i
J null l'i itseh, siiine 511 X
S W Ihittuii, same "il 7.1
Frank llii ksua, wink, sal A exp !!. I't
t. .Nolile, sal iV exp lilt) ( )
J C Kikeiiluirv, IiiI'iijj lumpers, less
rent Ill mi
Hen lleiiipet, janitor court house 50 1 I
August Haeh, nulso to poor H oo
K I'liliuer, same is oo
A Clark, sumo ii (vi
A W While, same 1 i
K MiCiiuri, siune r, so
Ii Stuueni'KKor, sicne y mi
J Siii', roek for steps ,f)i
AH Knolls, prhit'iiu .. '.'1 (hi
Horn Klasluiiaii, kecpim,' l.liml man. ir mi
beliiiliulT Urns, stationery 7 ,",
J C Smith, keeping cripple i. im
ll C Molier, smlili ie , roiuiils p;; ;j
K K' Cii'.hiiiu l, lioiinliiirf juiy pi -,
Cost hill - Inipiest of Aeloiii Alili. .. Il 15
Kosa H Ite.ry, erroneoes iax refil'il.. 2 71
John liar' mull, work it t eoii't Itous,.. or,
P K kiillner, ass'itK2il vvanl, I'la'.ts. PAi I 1
11(1 h'ai e, uss'im 1st vvanl, W V ,-, in
M (ieriiitf. ilef pri- tli-tt let court tl'i mi
Hrovvu Hiirrolt, papering jail
M II Murphy A (.'o. nubt' to poor... . 7 .1
Levi (lohliiiK, rent of safe j;, wt
C Treat, erroneous tax rcfunth-d '.'s ,ri-.'
A C Mayes, work iiud expense ai 75
(imiilui I'rintiiiK Cu, otutionvry lii ni
M.xr ,.,;.,o., Cl T.o....l, T
1 yji n.n.-n, ..'i. jos, ll, X-.eil l. II j
worth, Kansas City, St. Louis,
and all points no'th, east J
south or west. Tick- I
ets sold and bag- 1
gage checked I
t o a 11 y
S t a te.s or
INFORMATION AS TO K'ATI'
Call at Depot or address
If, C. T()v.si:i,
C. 1. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. 1'iiiM.ii'i'i,
A. (J. 1. A. Omaha.
IL D. Ai'C.xw. Agt., I'lattsmouth.
HEALTHFIX, ACRnCABLH. CLEANSING.
rcr Farmers, Winers and Mechanic!
A PERFECT SOAP FOR ALKALI WATER.
, ChappcJ Hand3, Wounds, Burns
A DcliMlul Slumpuo.
iV!5!TE RUSSIAN SOfiPA
Specially Adopted for Use in Hard Wa'er
II M K' K", t icKt-t (or paapi-r
( i 1 1. 1 i ,V Si 1 1, tin l-i- , 11 ri.i!'i ; y . . .
I-' "I'll ( .1 ins, l.uj , 1 1 ,1 jni'V
II W l-'iy an. a; k a I i nn ! t 1 11 n 1 (
It C Vi Mnli"! ,V Son, u.iii'iiiir tit
I'nll. t llntlr
I. Mi-nlii A ' S , 1 1 1 I'u. -iili-wti ',-
I niiin I-', i'' 11 t-I'u, t-nlli a !t,r pi. -per 'Jil I )
I'.w! I.ai, l',rv II Spi-tu-i- , la; r......
W II I lf:i . x, cxprii-i' inc., fit-
Ja-itrs Irt'-, '; li-ini
II l Travis, ':iry two tput U rs
Ili-iiry liiti-ck, iiul-i' tu poor
Cost l.ill, S.nti' vs (lay
C W Slii-riiiaii, p' inl inn
Cost hill, Sliite vs Kiiiki's
Nfli Ti-I Co, Icli'plioiit' rt'tit
Cost I till, St nt 1' vs Cnl si 111
Win Tittle, IhIk prisoiii-rs, etc
Kil l''it.tfi'riilil, lmilitT Mtty tt-rin
John Tijjlii', sunn.'
T II Thrasher, same
11 ( Viillnltit u(,,,.t
"" It IV
Stiiinler Urns, tiuNe to poor Tt M t
joe rei.er, same
l'lattsCasA Klec la'Kht Cn.Kas...
HKIIKiK H n.
IHcksnn, Stotlier A Co, liiinlier. . . ,
C II Vnllerv, posts
, IS I) I
l " :
John Waterman. Intnl. rr M ." t
'1 w t
Mini it l'ai!i;ht,!imiler is n.-,
A K Sturiti, saine
KOI ITVI1, " " I
N CAmiard, repair of urtuler 1 n
A C Mayes, viewing roinl 6 N, ;
J CColeinaii, repair har, i,,s t (fc
N K Marshall, spikes ". ,'1 TD
lavis & Kikt iil.ary, saine j ,
IHSTWII T ko.Mi Kt'XIi
Western Wheel S, r Co. w ,iM"lin.. ; r) ,
"i-siern w heel Si r C lovvtlis i"
Western Wheel S, r Co. plow .list .'.'.
. """ "cr l o, II strapers, I
' ...... ,1J(
A lotion, Mint wntk.ilist ;I7 il
II (i Van Horn, -tone, ilist i yt
COI WT lltu sK IIomi 'i ,."
j Mnn.iiiiiu settlement
Hoard adjourned to check Mi.. I...-,
in the different county ollicea and.
to meet in regular Hessioii Anp.l'
IV U t tr 1 , . - V
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