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VOL. XXIX. NO 10.
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-ti ill a vrts
A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest U. S. Government food report.
BURW-lTOy & MISSOURI RIVER R. B.
V TIME TABLE, y
OF DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
Nol s :4 a. iu
No. J, 3:4S p. in
No, M a. in.
No. 1 5 rl' p il.
No. 9 4 :4tl p.m.
So, 91 a.m.
Bushnell's extra leaves fur Omaha about two
o'clock for Onihliaand will accommodate pas-senders.
No. i 5 :17 1'. M,
No. 4. ll):34 a il.
No. 8.' 7; 44 p, m
No. 10 8 : 45 a. ra
No, 6 l'.J.'.Sa. d
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
No. 34 Accomodation Leaven ln'5"',i
No 3M " arrives 4 ;(I0 p. m,
, Trains dally except Sumliiy.
ASS CAMl' No. Xtl M. W. A. meets every
necond and Kmirtli Mmidiiy ev-iiluK In
Kitzeerald tiail. VIhiiiiir ncitlihorx welcome.
F.:. Han-en, V. C. : 1". tterteiiberirer, W. A.,
8. J. Wilde, Clerk.
PAl'TAl II K I'ALJIKIl ('AMI' NO 60-
Son of VetrraiiK, division of Neliraska. L
A. ineel every Tueeday millit at 7 :'M o'clock
'in timir hull in HtlL'i-ralclb .uck. Allsonsand
vl iltlriK comrade are cordially invited to meet
wlili us J.. I. Kurtz, Commander; H. A. Mc
Flwain, lt Seaigeiit.
OKDKlt OK THE WOULD. Meet at 7 : 30
everv Momiay pvenlntt at tlie (irasul Army
hall. A.'K. (iroom, pretidciit, Thus Wallinn,
Miss Jn Clifford returned to
( iinaha last night.
Orin Kinttison is the happy fath
er of a large laly buy.
Mis. Alberta flyers returned last
evening from a trip to Colorado.
Mrs. Hen Klson departed this
afternoon for Smith Omaha for a
Captain Isaac Wiles went out to
Lincoln this morning to hear
F. G. Fricke and son left this
morning for the mountains, to be
gone a short time.
Mrs. Rasmus Peterson left last
evening for Anna Courtis, Skagit
Judge Chapman went out to Lin
coln this morning to attend the re
publican rally to-night.
Judge S. I. Vanatta, V. T. Mel
vin and H. C. McMaken were Lin
coln passengers this morning.
Mrs. II. X. Dovey went up to Lin
coln this morning. II. X. went
this afternoon, to hear McKinley.
Frank Dickson, J. K. I'ollock, W.
A. Humphrey and Charles Grimes
went out to Lincoln to hear McKin
Miss Amelia Vallery and Misses
Carrie and Marie Cook departed
this morning for Hastings to visit
a short time with friends.
Miss Florence Whitearrived home
this morning from Xew Albana,
Indiana, where she has been visit
ing friends and relatives for some
John I.angston, who has been
working in the Sante Fe shops at
Detinisot , Texas, is visiting in tin
city. He had the misfortune to lose
the thumb of hiw right hand while
A O V W NoS-Nt't
lir.l unci tliinl 1-ri-
(ln v evVniiiy id em h tneiit li nt lOli K
hull, l-'niiik Verinylea ?l ; J ft narwicK,
' C A. K.Mct'iinilili' l'oft No. 4."
S!t lir iay evuniiiK at 7 : -w in '.heir Hall in
liockwood Hock All visit Iuk comraiies are
cordially Invited to 'i eet with us. tied Hales,
JiiBt Adjnluiit ;. K. Niles. l'oci Commadder.
t' MO UTS OF I'YTIIIAS-(Jillllltlct Lniliri'
Xu 47. Meets every Weiltiesiliiy eve
uinu at their hull over Helmet iNt Tint's, nil
visitinn kniuhts are eoriliiilly invited to
iittiMKl. M X Oriltitli.c c: Otis D.ivcy k of
AO I' W XnM-Meet sriiuul iiml fourth
l-'riiluv evenings in the iniuith ut 1
OK Hull. M Voiidran, M V, K 1' Iirnwn,
DAl'tillTKHS Of KEHKCCA - liml of I'rom
le l.odne No. 40 meets the second and
fourth Thursday eveiilnm "f each month In
the TO. O.K. hall. Mrs. T. E. Williams, N
U. ; Mrs. John Cory, Secretary.
KCifrKK OK 1 1 ON OK -Meets the first
ill third ThriirsdtivevetiiiiKS of eucli
month In l.O.O. K. hall, KitzKerahl Idoik.
Mrs. Addie Smith, Worthy Sister of Honor
1 Mrs. Nannie Hurkel, sister secretury,
CASS LOIXiK.No. 14A. I.O.O. F. meets ev
ry Tuevday niaht at their hall In Fitzgerald
block. All Odd Fellows are cordially Invited
to attend when visltlnti In tae city. Chris l et
i en. N. 0. ; S. F, Orboni, Secretary.
1IOVAL AKOANAM-lVs Council No 1021,
Meet M the K, of V. hall In the Pannele Si
i i I.,. ...i, ........ llutiu,t St Tittla vluirilitr
brethren Invited. Henry tierliiK, Ke(;ent;
Thos WallluK, Secretarv,
,V0UN1 MEN'S CHKIS'ITONKOCIATION
X Waterman block. Main Street. Koonis
oen from 8 :30 a m to 8 :30 p m. For men only
Uospel meetlntt every HuuUay afternoon at 4
PLACKS OF WORSHIP.
Catholic. St. l'aul's Church, ak, between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Caiuey, I'astor
Services: Mass at S and 10 :'M A. M, Sunday
School at 2 :30, witll UeiieuicluiL.
Ohhistian. Comer Locust and Fluhlh St
Bel vices inoriilliH and evenlii);. Killer A
Vauoway pastor, oiiniiny dciiooi io a. m,
Erts"Oi'AL,-St. Luke's Church, corner Third
Hint Ine. Itev. II 11. Hiiitecs. parlor. Scr
Vices : II A. M. a,d 7 l. Suudaj School
at 2 :30 1'. M.
IiKIIMAN M KTIIOIHST. (inner SiMh St and
(iranite. Lev. Iliit. 1'iMor. Services : 11 a.m.
and 7 I'. M. Sunday School In :3i A. M.
rKFsr.vrKiiiAN. Services in new church, cor
tier Sixth mid (Iranite sis. Lev. J. T. luiird
pastor. Sundav-scl ool at u ; ao ; I'lvachhu
at II a. m.ir.id s n. in.
lhe. li. S.C. Iv nf this church meets evcrv
Sabbath evenhiiMtt 7:15 In the huseinetit o'l
r in, i iiim iii. jiii iil iii.ii en io iiiK'iiu iiiesv
ervices : it
1:30 V M,
Sixth St.. Iielwen Alain
liev. I., r. Illltt. 1). i. pasior.
. M.. S :W I'. M Mllll .i Mum
i ray r ineetn n eduesday even
VI1WV (tILUlit I'lrli. .kt I ' ... M..1 (
intli. Lev. Wit e, paster. Services usual
mrs. Sunday school u :ao a. ,m.
In the matter of thegtiardiauship
of Mary M., Maggie and John W.
McClelland. Lizzie McClelland ap
pointed guardian, with bond of
i.(liH) approved and letters issued.
In the matter of the estate of
Charles P. Hassemeier, deceased.
Hearing on claims. Same allowed.
Hank of Cass County vs. Peter K.
Rutfner. Suit on promissory note
for $122. Answer, September ".
In the matter of thegtiardiauship
of Ava F'ornolf, incompetent. Peti
tion of George Meisinger tiled for
the appointment of John it. Meisin
ger guardian. Hearing, August 11,
10 a. m.
Ocnisu t oNuitKi; vtid.nai. Orauiie. be-
eti tlfth and Sixth.
IKBI) liAI-Tlsr. Mt Olive, 0:,k, between
Utll ami Lleflilll, Lev. A. Hu-well, i;is
Services 11 a. tit. mill 7 n m I'r i,-...
, 'tlnn Wednesday evening.
V 'i.; "I'K l II HIM IAN Assoi IA1 ION-
- 'nHUMMilerinali hloi k. Main street (liw-
t J .. . llleetll L'. fill llleli linlv ..v..rv s,,, ,l ... ..
;' ' V f,',00n 81 4 "'clock. Hiniii- open week davi
. a b-.'tfl ii ,ii 1 1 (i 'in .. ...
H '1'AUK lAIIKIt.NAt'l.K I m
od.Fastor. Sitvices; sm:ay helmol
i.m, j I renchii v. lit. in. utnl 8 p. m
ver nientiiiLf 'lursdnv nlirht ..1...1J .....'
I Friday ulnhl. All are welcome.
flTAHLU LIFK IXSl'KAXCE
CO., OF X, Y.
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
State of Nebraska vs. George Saw
telle. Complaint for attempt to
commit murder by shooting.
The German Xational Hank vs.
Joseph Knadl. Suit in replevin.
Answer, August 13, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam II. Shryock, deceased. Same
admitted to probate. Hond of
Thomas V. Shryock and Frank H.
White, executors, andCelia V. Shry
ock, executt ix, tixed at fl.l.OOO.
The State of Xebraska vs. William
Collin. Complaint for larceny and
incorrigibility. Found guilty and
sentenced to the reform school.
In the matter of the assignment
of S. L. Rutt. Report of Frank Wol-
cott, assignee, showsiflt 1.43 proceeds
of sale of assigned properly. Order
of distribution among creditors pro
rata, payments XI' percent of claim
tiled and allowed.
In the matter of the adoption of
Freda Kleiniue Petition of Freder
ick Hartig to adopt said child filed
andcouseset for hearing August S
In the matter of the estate of Au
gust K'einhiickle deceased. Hear
ingon final settlement continued
In the matter of the guardianship
ot W innona 1). Maston. minor,
Hondo! -Mary Ann Maston, guard
ian, in the sum of irl.'joo approved
and letters issue 1.
Samuel I. Anderson, vs. Frank
P. Hull, et al. Set tor trial August
l"lh 10 a. in.
Kugeuo Minimi vs. Cass county
Action for damage in the sum of
j"22."i. for loss cattle caused by d
fecttve bridge. Service of sum-
luons waived and all parties enter
their voluntary appearance
lotn Dalib. Whitey Miller, Ted
dittoed and Henry Tartscli arrived
home last night from I. ike Wanban
sie. I he boys say that Tommy
could not stand the water they had
to drink and as they did not have a
supply of "tea" on hand, they had
to come home.
I. Pearlemati is going to build an
ad 1 it ion on his store, as he
crowded for room.
"FORCE" BILL AND THE PEOPLE'S
The Hon. Knute Nelson, that
splendid specimen and represeuta
I tive of the Scandinavian race wlu.tn
the republicans ol Minnesota have
nominated for governor, has ana
lyze 1 the "force" bill nonsense of
the democratic campaign and
blown it into more complete
nothingness with fewer words than
any other man has been able to
load with such deadly elfect. He
said in his brief aodress to the con
vention: "A mcmb r of congress is a mem
ber of the legislative department of
the federal government, and in
voting for such an official the citi
zen exercises a federal right and
perforins a federal duty. And any
encroachment upon this right and
duty on the part of the people or
authorities of a state is a disturb-
ance ot a leilerai, not a state
election. To deny the right of the
federal government to maintain and
protect the purity and integrity of
the federal ballot is to deny the
supremacy of the federal govern
ment within the scope of the func
tions given it by the constitution.
If federal government can not con
trol and regulate a federal election,
it is an abject political nonenity
it the complete mercy of the sever
al states. Viewed in this light and
our federal constitution alfords no
other the second paragraph of the
democratic platform, in view of the
fact that the republican party is not
seeking to control state elections
sets up a man of straw, or uncon
sciously, as if from force of habit,
reiterates the doctrine of sece
That is an admirable statement of
the impregnable position of the re
publican party upon the subject of
Xot less clearly and sensibly does
he touch in that brief speech niton
the Weaver party, fjuoting the
plaints from their platform he said:
"And what are the chief remedies
prescribed for the ills complained
of'r In brief, these three: Govern
ment ownership of all railroads as
though nothing could be regulated
or controlled unless owned; unlim
ited coinage of free silver thereby
under t!ie existing disparity of
value between the two metals (lay
ing the owners of silver bullion 100
cents 111 coin lor in cents in silver,
and last but not least the federal
government 111 11st turn pawnbroker
and eet up a great national pawn
shop under the so-called sub
treasury scheme. Thus when our
government owns all the railroads,
buys all the silver bullion at a big
premium, and does the biggest and
most unreasonable pawnbroker
business known, then, and not un
til then, lias this government of
ours founded by Washington and
preserved by Lincoln that degree
of perfection contemplated by these
new apostles of reform. This is
not the time nor the place to coj
sider these remedies and reforms iu
detail, for I believe that when the
great mass of the people's party
who I know are honest and wish
well for the republic come to con
sider these matters calmly and de
liberately, come to understand them
fully, and realize what a great
working capital the government
will need, to embark in so many
new business enterprises, they will
be as quick as any of us to abstain
from doubtful or unquestionable
methods of government."
The republican party of Minne
sota, with Knute Nelson and Cttsh
man K. Havis, whom the conven
tion presented to the senate to suc
ceed himself, at its head, isdestined
to make a magniticant campaign
this year, and its results will en
dure in republican majorities for
many years to come.
the people cannot accept that inter
pretation, because they are unable
to discover any item of increase in
the taxes they pay to the federal
government. Neither can they dis
cover anv necessary of life or of !
labor for which they are obliged to
pay more than they did before the
McKinley law enacted. When Mr.
Wilson says "because private inter
est demanded it," he refers to the
demand registered by the people in
the election of PsS, in response to
the promise of the republicans to
do the things they have since done.
It is furthermore impossible that
Mr. Wilson can mean, when he says
"with an overflowing treasury
taxes have been increased," that in
creased revenues have been poured
into the treasury because, as a mat
ter of fact, the revenues have been
decreased. This is iu large part
owing to the removal of all the tar
iff on certain staple necessities that
cannot be produced in this country,
and that therefore had to be impor
ted anyhow, and iu part to the fal
ling off of the imports of articles,
the supply of which is being pro
duced in this country, under the
operation of the McKinley law.
By pursuing this process of rea
soning we are enabled to arrive
exactly at w hat Mr. Wilson does not
mean, but probably the man does
not move above ground who could
construe what he does mean.
ANOTHER INDUSTRY COMING
William Roberts, a woolen manu
facturer from Hradford, Kngland,
has just completed a large mill in
liergen county, opposite Passaic.
It will employ 1.T0 hands. The mill
and a long row of cottages for
operatives have been built under
his direction, and improved loom
and other machines for the manu
facture of the finest grades of wool
en goods are being built. Mr.
Roberts formerly did a large busi
ness witll the I'uited States, all his
goods being place directly on the
market here. After the passage of
the McKinley bill he arranged to
transport his entire plant. Two
other Knglish factories will be
brought here in the same way. He
ilso intends to greatly enlarge his
bu.-ditei-s and will employ A'ttert'can
labor as far as possible.
I am a Trav'ling; man I I'll ttll you of my plan.
In spitt of all temptation
I pursue my olJ vocation,
I'm still a Trav'linjr man I A jolly Fairbank man !
For he himself has said It,
And it's greatly to hiscreJit,
That he is a Trav'ling man I That he Is a Fairbank mart I
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
SolJ by Traveling men anj Grocers Everywhere. Manufactured only by
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, III.
H F. J.UNRUIl K
FOR FinsTCLASS FUllNITUliE.
V. IIAXDLF.S the Whitney baby Carriages and
can offer good bargains in them
Parties desiring to furnish a house complete
could not do better than to call and inspect hia line o
furniture, in the way of Parlor sets, Dining room pets,,
lied Room set, and evenything ktpt in a first-class
J. I. Unruh,
Democrats iii public life feel as
much confidence in President Har
rison's wisdom and patriotism as do
republicans. The bill according
the president power to levy retalia
tory canal tolls on Canadian ves
sel passing through our canals
passed both houses without a single
dissent from any democrat, al
though Representative Turner
(Dein., Ga.) pointedly .called atten
tion to the fact that the power con
ferred on the president is exactly
similar to that in the reciprocity
clause of the McKinley law. Dem
ocrats know that this large discre
tionary power is safe in President
WHERE ARE THE BURDENS-'
Wilson, of West Virginia, said to
Cleveland, iu telling him that he
had been nominated:
With an over Mowing treasury
they (the people) have seen taxes
increased on the necessaries of life
and the necessaries of btlior, be
cai.se private interest demanded
A free trader has a ratherobscure
way of expressing himsell on these
topics, and he should have an inter
pretation accompanying his re
marks in order to enable people to
understand them. Mr. Wilson can
not mean in the above sentence
that the people are paying more
taxes to the federal government, or
more for the necesaries of life and
the necessaries of labor than before
the McKinley law was n.ism.il
Democrats weep over "the bur
dens of taxation" that are put upon
the people, but they have never ac
complished the removal of any of
these burdens. The promise of the
republican party is, if the burden is
specified and pointed out (which
the democratic shooters cannot do),
to remove the burden if it lies with
in the authority of the government
to do it. The people are showing
ample, capacity to learn that the al
lege 1 burdens that the democrats
point out do not, in fact, rest upon
the people. The people have in
sight 10 perceive that the uurueus
that afflict them are not those due
to a protective tariff.
ALL ON ACCOUNT OF M K1NLEY.
Al! any tournal: The McKinley
tariff law has reduced the cost of
living 3.1 per cent; raised the rate
of vi!,'os .31 per cent; reduced the
annu al revenue faO.t t,K i. ' So the
senat'1 committee reports; and its
findings, aftermost careful investi
gation, were concurred in by the
Hon. John G. Carlisle of Kentucky
and the Hon. Ishain G. Harris of
Tennessee, two of the leading dem
ocratic members of the senate.
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House Furnishing Emporium.
Pri.sidknt II Uv'k'IsoN's nomina
tion of George Shiras, Jr., as justice
of the supreme court, maintains
the high standard of all his judi
cial appointments. The appoint
ments he has made to the bench
have won unstinted commendation
and praise from political friends
and foes alike.
J. M. Woodson is repairing his
bath house preparatory to its open-
That is what he seems to mean, but ing iu u day or two.
11EUK vou can got your house t'liruisliod Iroiu
kitclicti to ji'ii'l-T ami at eay teanus. I La:.
: die tlic woiM renown llnywoo.l l.al.y caniajn s, a!.-o
1 the latot iiiijiroved UcliaLU; l'lvee.-s Gasoline ?toe
j (.'all ami 1 o nniviiieo.1. No tivuUc to .-linw pn-il-.
OPPOITETOTJBT t'liM-KilOUtll, jN'IUS.
Allow me to add my tribute to the
efficacy of Fly's Cream Palm. I was
suffering from a severe attack of in
fluenza and catarrh and was induced
to try your remedy. The result was
marvelous. I could hardly articu
late, and in less than twenty-four
hours the catarrhal symptoms and
my hoarseness disappeared and I
was able to sing a heavy role in
Grand Opera with voice unimpared.
I strongly recommend it to all sing
ers. m. H. Hamilton, leading
basso of the CD. Hess Grand Opera
Fur Sai.i: or Tradi: - A desirable
lot in Plattsiiiouth. Will sell lot
cash or will take a good buggy
horse and horses iu exchange.
(or particulars call on or nddrc:
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piles, constipation I'ueiptaled for
men, women and children. Small
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Sample free ot F. G. KricketSi Co