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PLATTS3IOUTII, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY 12VI2XINCJ, .U7XI3 ., 1888.
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I). A. CAMI'llKLL
liiitit O.rrcni- iiu.u
Kxa Cm K IIH EI.D
W. II. Toot
K'-conler of Occils .-
C!rk ol ii-trict Co art,
ru.t. of l'iil. School.
C ounty Jul e.
John M Lkviia
W. C SlIOWALTRK
Mavkaii i) Spink
IIOAttl OK SUI'KKVISOIW,
A. II. To!i. Cli'iii.. - - riatt.nnouth
Loim.s K.ji.r., - Weepim? Water
A. li. Dl' KSlj.V,
CI.VSS 1.D! No. Urt, 1 O. O. K. -Meets
'every Tui-i-Jay evening of each week. All
transient brothers are respectfully Invited to
iif.ATTMOirril ENCAMPMENT No. 3. I. O
A o. V.. niceiH every alternate Friday in
i-rn-li inonili in i lie MaHoitio
Jtrothers are i.ivited to attend
riMCIO LOIXiE NO. 81. A. O.
U. W. Meets
every alternate Friday evenlui; at K. ol P.
hall. Transient brother are respectfully iu
viie.l tfiallend. K.J. Morgan, Master Workman ;
K H. Itimtuw. I iirernHii : KranlC Urown. ovcr-
ieer : I. Ilowen. (Initio; cieoise- Housworth.
Ueeorder : II. . I. Johnson, t inaucier ; ah.
niUllli. ueccivcr : in. i'iauiui, iir w . ,
Jiitk i)aitj;hei ty. Inside Guard.
iUHS f'AMP NO..i;i2. MODKKX WOODMEN
V7 of Amei ica Meets second ami fourth Mon
d ay evening at K. of P. hall. All transient
brother are requested to meet with n. 1.. A.
Nowooner. V'euerable Consul:, f, Niies,
Worthy Adviser ; L), li. Sinith, hx Hanker ; V
C. Wilk-tts, Clerk.
iITT3M0UTH LOM.E NO. 8, A. O. U. W.
Meet- every alternate Friday eventnu at
"HockwoodliailatSo'cloctc. All transient broth
ers are respeetfully Invited to attend. L. S.
J.iir-i-iu, M. W. ; F. lioyd. Foreman : S. C.
Wilile. liecorder ; Leonard Anderson. Overseer.
It I.ATTSMOCTH LODGE NO. 6, A. F. Jt A.M.
Meets on the first nnd third Mondays of
each month at their hall. All transient broth
ers are cordially Invited to meet with us.
J. G. KlciiKV, W. M.
Ym. IIaib, Secretary.
7e!:ASKA ClIAlTEIt. NO. 3. It. A. M.
Meets soeond and fourth Tuesday of each
monihat Man Hall. Trauscitut brothers
are invited to meet with us.
F. E. White. II. P.
Vm. Hays. Secretary. ,
Mt. ZION COMMA -DAKT. NO. 5. K. T.
j.:en first ami third Wednesday nijjht of
each iiint ii at Maso 's hall. Visitiuj; brothers
are cordially iuvittd to meet wiih n.
Wii. Hays. K;;c. F. E. Whitk. F. C.
iVicCONJUJE POST 45 C. A. R.
J. W. Joiirsov !o:m:i.ander,
0. S. Tisrt Senior Vice
F. a.1'.tks Junior " "
Ijp.o, Nll.KS Adjutant,
UiNKY !TitKHii r y. M.
Mauis UiK'iS oflicerof the iay.
( ii iM.Es K.Kt " " Guard
ANiiKiiHO.v Fky Sergt Major.
jAviiGou.KM.vx.. ..liuarter Master sersr.
h. Cl iitis Po.it Chaplain
"'eof '.iisr Saturday eveuinx
the following time-
fried an J fire-tested companies:
A?iuri?m Cetitr.il-S. Louis, Assets $!.2r,l0
Ctiuniei-cial U"ion-Eac;land, " 2.60(5.314
l ire Assoclatlon-Piilladelphla, 4,413.576
FranMin-Philadelphia, " 3.117.106
Ilirne-Xew York. " 7.&35.5(D
I's. C . ir Vorth America. Phil. " 8.l74.3fi2
L'v Tpnlil-oiibn & Globe-Ena " C.a3a,72l
N.-n't British a Merc:nti!e-En 3.:i73,Tl
y:rwii-ii Uuion-Enlaud. " 1,215.4(36
..ri i-EeM F. s M.-3pri:sfieIJ. " 3,0J4.9t3
Total Assets. S42.115.774
Lo:"3Ailil nua Pali at ttis Agency
mm YOU WAHT
Cor. 12tli and Granite Streets.
Contract or ana Bnilcr
Spt. 12 -6m.
TO L. B RQ fKE,
P?rjinal attention totU Bulnea8 Enlrust
1 o iy isirc.
XOTARV IX OI FICE.
TU7- Examined. At-starcts oitipi!cd, In
:ra:ict! Written, 'etil Estate Sold.
Better Fa; i'.::le3 for raaki-i? Farm Loan than
Acj- OtUer Agcacy
I'laltsjuouilr, - r.cbrrtUa.
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Sheridan's Death Can Only
Averted bya Miracle.
Washington, June 5. 2 . m. Gen
eral Sheridan is resting quietly. Dr. Pep
per is expected to arrive from Philadel
phia within half an hour. Colonel Blunt
has just driven down to the train to meet
him. There will probably be no change
during the night as the sinking spells
usually como on in the daytime. The
action of the heart is bo rapid that more
blood is forced into the heart than can be
a-reated, hence the congestion and subse
sequent hemorrhage. The general's diet
is confined almost exclusively to pepto
nized milk, which does not give the
streugth required to combat the disease.
Midnight Tfiose waiting at the bed
side are expecting the spark of life to die
out at any moment. All the hope and
cheerfulness which marked Sunday lias
gone, and instead of hope and life, it is
despair and death. Sirs. Sheridan, who
has been a constant attendant, bears every
indication of hopelcsncss. The brave
woman realizes that there is no hope and
that her gallant husband is surely passing
away. When the attack rame on today,
it came without the premonitory symp
toms which have usually manifested
themselves. It was sudden and it was
by the most strenous efforts that the break
in the thread of life was prevented. The
general had an hemorrhage which show
cd that his lungs are in much worse cpfl-
dition than has been admitted. Masses
of coagulated blood of a dark color were
expelled from the lungs and the sands of
life seemed fast ebbing away. In spite
of his weak condition and the sapping of
his constitution by his military exertions
he rallied at the ast moment when the
case seemed lost, and just as his trops
were lead from hopeless defeat in the old
days, did - his determination to
defeat disease overpower the con
queror once again. But it was
but the rally of a forlorn hp.pe. IJc can
not -w in. He must succumb. Today the
nurse from Baltimore, the faithful Sister
of Charity who has been constantly at
his side, was compelled to give up, and
she was relieved by another from that
Father Chappelle, of St. Mathew's
church, ha3 bceq at the house all the
evening. lie Is still there an.l ready to
administer the last rites of the church.
Everyone has given up hope, and while
all admit that previous predictions have
not been borne out those present today
say that the end ii certainly near, and
that nothing but a miracle can $r...e him.
AWorkingnian's Demonstration in
Favor of President Diaz.
City of Mexico, via El Paso, Tes
June 4. Today there was an immense
workingmen's demonstration in the inter
est of the election of Gen. Porfirio Diaz,
VI 1 the workingmen's societies and labor
unions of thu capital and surrounding
towns assembled early this morning at
the statue of Carlos IIL at the city end
of the Reform Drive, which leads to
Chapultepec. There were perhaps G000
lersons in the assemblage, and many
hundred banners wijli qpprpnrlate in
scriptions and seven or eight bands.
While the column was forming a number
of orators addressed the assemblage, as
was done at several points of the city.
little later the column passed through
he principal streets, and finally halted
in front of the National Palace, where
many thousand people had already been
gathered for mure than half an hour.
The air was rent with cheers or rather
"vivas"' for Porfirio Diaz, the people's
candidate for president- When Gen.
Diaz made his appearance cn the cenlr d
balcony f th-.- pnlace the enthusiasm was
increased tenfold. Gen. Diaz bowed re
peatedly, but nn address was impossible
on account of the size of the multitude
and the height of the balcony. A little
1-iter the President received a committee
composed principally of presidents of
societies, when there was a pleasant ex
charge of fceutiiiKnt, Gen. Diaz replying
to tlio remarks made by expressing his
gratitude for the workingmen's demon
stration of sympathy, and called attention
to the Improved condition of the country
and predicted continued and increased
The fact is, Gen. Diaz is the choice of
nine-teuths of the people for president,
and the opposition to bin is too Insig
nificant to justify organization. It is to,
be supposed that there will be a few
electoral votes cast for other favorites,
but they will be very few, There is a
f jeling that it is ab3plnjely necessary for
the good of the country that Diaz should
remain in office four years longer, in
order that h; may coutinue the work of
reform and improvement which he has
JUST A SPARK OF LIFE
MILLS STRIKES A SNAC.
He Attempts to Force Action by the
House and the Republicans
Washington, June 4. The republican
members of the house explain their action
in breakinthe quorum in the house to
day byfle statement that the day was un
der the regular order set apart for mo
tions to suspend the rules and pass meas
ures called up by individual.. In pre
paration for such an order Representa
tive Merrill of Kansas had made ready to
n.ove to pass the senate dependent bills.
Had democrats seen fit to dispense with
" suspension day " and proceed with con
sideration of the tariff there would have
been no opposition. But the burden of
complaint among the republicans is that
after Mills had recognized the character
of the day by a motion to suspend the
rules and pass resolution setting apart
certain evening sessions for action upon
committee reports, parliamentary usages
were violated by the refusal of the speak
cr pro tern, to recognize members on the
republican side to make a suspensory
motion. Therefore they refused to take
up the tariff bill. The apparent explana
tion of the course pursued by the demo
cratic side is that the committee on rules
wished to make an opportunity for legis
lative business other than the tariff bill
Therefore Mills pursued the plan of mov
ing the report in the shape of a resolution
on suspension day, when it could not be
amended under the rules.
Paclflo Directors Chosen.
Hastings, Neb., June 4. The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Pacific
railway company in Nebraska (Missouri
Pacific western extention) was held today
and the following directors were elected:
Edwin Gould, New York; Church Howe,
Auburn, Neb.; E. G. Merriam, St. Louis,
Mo.; B. P. Wagoner, Atchijon, Kan.;
Herbert R. Howe, Aubu.ro, Neb.;' S. II
H. Clark, Lt. Louis, Mo.; V. P. McCeary,
Hastings, Neb, The new board of direc
tors will meet on July 12 for the election
WHY HE HATES THE ENGLISH
Kret ol I lie Ceriiaa Crown l'rl "
I1bMlvTurtueiletl b Schoolboy.
John Bull on his travels has acquired a
nost unenviable reputation throughout the
world for arrogance aud discourtesy, and, in
fact, foi objectionable conduct of a nature
which ir tersely and correctly described
abroad as insular. Disagreeable though he
be. he is a perfect angel in comparison to the
ICnglisb schoolboy or college "caan." who,
for the purpose cf acquiring foreign lan
guage. Us been placed under the care of
some private tutor generally a declasse
Englib clergyman in one of the provincial
towns of Germany, Switzerland and France.
It is impossible to conceive a more unruly,
noisy and rough lot than these young men
and boys, many of whom have been expelled
for misconduct from the public schools in
England; and with their undisguised con
tempt for everything foreign, and their eb
Eolute lack of reverence, regard or respect
for anybody or anything abroad, they con
Btitute a holy terror to the inhabitants of the
towns which they inflict with their presence
It is to these English college "men" and
boys that Is mainly attributable the intense
and notorious hatred of Crown Prince
William of Germany for everything pertain
ing to Great Britain. They rendered his life
at Bonn perfect misery and torture to him.
Daring the whole period of bis schocj years
in that pretty town on the banks of the
fthlce he was a butt of thair practical jokes,
an object of their ridicule and contempt, and
repeatedly exposed to the grossest kind of in
sults at their hands. To give a solitary in
stance thereof it will be sufficient to state
that no matter at what hour he set aside for
hia swim In the river, his young English tor
mentors would always make a point of tak
ing their dip at the same time, and of indulg
ing in the roughest kind of horse play. Thus,
no sooner would the prince take hit header
off the diving board, than several of them
would immediately plunge, as if by accident,
on top of him and prevent him from coming
to the surface. This was all the more cruel
as, owing to the fact of his left arm bc.ing
withered and utterly rjselwss, the poor boy
was, and in fact still is, little better than a
These and a thousand othangetty insults he
patiently bore in stoical silence and without
appearing to take any notice thereof, a fact
which enraged his tormentor, and always
stimulated them to the perpetration of fresh
outrages. That, however, be has not forgot
ten or forgiven their behavior has been fre
quently and openly shown since be has be
come a power in the land by bis extreme and
publicly shown dislike for everything Eng
iish, Berlin Cor. New York Tipaes. "
a iiiiiereiit Light.
Stranger Are you familiar with the cir
cumstances of the killing of Ralph Kmith?
Lawyer Ross Yes, lie was my dearest
friend. It was an atrocious murder.
'Tin sorry you think so. 1 and a few
othtrs were talking of employing you for the
"Well, of course, there were mitigating
circumstances. After all, these newspaper
men are two fresh ; and an example cr two
won't hurt them. Come up to the office."
San Francisco Examiner.
An Kxpauslvo Idea.
'Dat's a very brilliant yideah of youah
son's. Missus Boglunj," said Elder Blink
shani, referring to an jnyeuti.cn of Mr. fjog
lunj, ilr., for assisting in the process of gath
erine in potato bugs. "How he come to tinli
ob datr j
"Waal, I jes Lain' t txll, an' be doan know j
nuffln' mo' 1out it 'n me, but when de yideah j
popped into Ids bead bis hat ban jes Lius.'" :
Cahy Louisa. Is It really you?
Grown to womanhood, tall and cold,
Vour ej-e are UU that wonderful blue.
Yet tiiey do not seem like the eyea of old;
Surely, It Is but a year or bo
Since the time I drew you upon my knee.
On winter night by the back log's glow,
And told you stories of land and ueo,
You had always a kisa for me
In those days. If my mem'ry Ecrvcs me well;
Then your kisses you lavished free
Forn Hower, perhaps a caramel;
You had been nursed la a worldly school, '
My lady mamma hod taught you well.
That a pirl or woman was half a fool
Who didn't know charms were mado to tu-lL
You have not changed since those days. Louise,
When I purchased your kisses with lollipop.
Though you plunged In the haut inonde'a treach
Of kettledrums, gentians and Thursday hops.
You will marry, I hear, if reports are true,
A titled loon, who Is bent and old;
Yet mutters are equal between you two,
For I'm sure tliat my lord will be soldi
Ernest de Lancey Pierson.
A Itichly Merited Krbuke.
Tho literary wifa of a woron; v-i-f-went
to hear illlcy c:;o nut, iuu t.i ice u
the uuthor's readings were too high for her
purse, and she gladly availed herself of a re
duced rato to hear the star of the combina
tion. She was much in earnest. It chanced
that her seat lay among a lot of frivolous
women to whom the ;o;ng was a "fail."
They did not care for itiley nor his reading,
and they talked small talk all the evening!
The senator's wife was distracted l.y their
clatter; she could not follow tho reader, and
she sent several severe glances to them with
out avaiL Finally she couM sit under tho
outrage no longer, hud, rising, shoKuid in a
tone loud enough to bo heard by more than
those for whom tho words were intended:
"For God's sake, women, stop your fool tails
or adjourn to the lobby with it, and let other
peopla hear what they paid their mouey for,
not your nonsense." There was quiet in that
neighborhood through the remainder of tho
programme. Washington Letter.
nagging at the Kneex.
A great many inquiries are made as to how
to prevent pantaloons from bagging at tho
knees. There is only ono answer tcTthese-, ib
can't bo douo. Your trousers will bag, and
you can't help it. The bagging can. bo less
ened by frequent pressings and taking good
care of them, but aa long as men bend their
knee? in walking their pants will bag. Tho
skin would also, if it didn't settle back. A
great many men pull their pants up on their
knee3 when seated to pi event their bulging.
This is very foolish. The smaller,! part of the,
trousers is that around thu calve;! of tho legs,
and. of course, in pulling them v.? ?ii;l bend
ing tho leg a greater strain is brought to bear
on the cloth. Tbepo might bo some way to
sponge the cloth so it would not stretch so
much,' but so far no tailor has succeeded in
hardly lessening the cause of tho complaint.
The tailor who does make the discovery will
at the same timo make a fortune. Tailor in
"Loud Uress" of Actors,
It seems to tho ordinary observer that as
soon as a person adopts the stage as a profes
sion the aforesaid adopter must instantly pat
himself or herself on tho outsido of tho
flashiest, loudest and broadest clothing and
dress that man can conceive or loom wer-vc
It looks to the common, everyday, plain
American citizen that the dress in affected to
save the adopters from carrying a perambu
lator sandwich reading on both sides, "lain
an actor," in all the glory of 3-ellow, i-ed and
green lettsrs. The men get into the queerest
cut garments they can iind. and tho women
aro nlwa3-s looking for some headpiece.
waistpiece or gewgaw that will attract tha
gszo of the gaping multitude. 1 1110 feathers
may make fine birds, but load dress on tho
street does not proclaim tha wearer cn
actor of genius or a shining light in tho pro
Tlie Prairie Lark's Txve Son.
As the full springtime comes on the num
ber of these short chants is greatly increased.
wbile their prolongations and variations are
without number, cad soon it becomes evklent
to tho most casual observer that tho love
fire3 aro kindling and that each musician is
striving to tha utmost of his powers to sur
pass all rivals oid win the lady lark of his
choice. On one occasion, as I lay in hiding
near a fence, threo larks came skimming
over the plain; they alighted within a few
yards of ms, and two cf them burst into
song, sometimes saigmjr together and com
times alternately, but :ao third was silent.
When eS last they Hew up 1 noticed that the
silent ciia and one of tha singers ter t to
gether. I had been witness to a musical
tournament, and tho victor Lad won Lis
bride. Axuericaii Mszazine.
Iijipi-uvctl I'iSs-ieiijjes- t'sr.
An improved railway passenger coach is so
arranged that if it falls oif a bridge into tno
water the side anew, roof and ends t the
ear become disconnected and lloat ;irui as
life rafts. Air cushions are attached to the
various parts to insure greater buoyancy.
This might do very well if accidents were
certain to occur over water, but mil'.; in
nately the- are not. Mew York Tj ihunc.
Trui.Iis for Sioux Dnmlics.
An article in tho trader store which
a ready sale with tije.o uaiwv l tu I,- u
trunks. They are uot vi'Vy jiiiticii!r.r a to
whether a t;-.unk is covered with jiuo cr
leather, so the interior is lined ilh lii;;l !y
coloved. paper, the lock works j'-voji-;y ad
justed and the li J inside is adorned with a
picture. peti'oit Free Press.
Lights for a Room.
A fancy in lighting a room discards ovtr-
tened effects are produced by colored shade
1 1 l 1 ..nn, ? r , . 1 . . -
to lamps, and by the dim light of cntJii- an.
gas light irritation tipon the nerves ot sight
is avoided. Chicago Herald.
A Wouiau' Invention.
A woman's invention is a baby wagon for 1
tho house, thoroughly padded, in which tho j
baby cannot bo hqrt, even if it tips over.
Tim vcarrnn nn lta tnmrrl iitl n ci:lflh nn;i '
mado into a swing.
The heat of a presidential campaign is si.f- j
flcient to rendev iossible tropical products in
the north: caudi-dates, for instance. j
n-ind organs have been banisbed from lias
streets of V ieu by imperial decree.
We earnestly request alljof.our fiii;dm
indebted to us to call it once and utile
accounts due. Wc have Mistaincd luavy
loss by the destruction of our !r:imh
House at Fairmont, Neb., by fire and now
that we need money to meet our obliga
tions, we hope there will not be one
among our friends who would refuse to
call promptly at this particular time and
Trusting thin will receive your kind
consideration and prompt attention, we
remain, Yours Truly,
Dr. C. A- fflar shall.
Preservation 'f natural teeth a epecialty.
I'ei-th trtracUJ tcUhtiut jnin byline of Lauyhing
All work warranted. Piiccs reasonable.
FlT.OSKAI.II S IU.'TK 1'l.ATTSMOUTII, 'KK
Win. Herold & Son
Try Crflcds. Miess Eools eM Stocs
or Ladies and Gtr.ts
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and as well
Ae can li I'Xind ::r.y place in the city and m:;ke
ion pi ices that drfy -injcti;U,!i.
Harp r's B&ar Patterns and BaTs Corsets.
C. F.SMIT H,
The Boss Tailor.
Mala Si--., Over Merpi-s' Shoe Store.
15 33,1 1
fV,;,i,X.H " ,,"Sgn 7"r'Iw:,ic leaoier cf ite! I Iastrwafitai Music
wooler.s that ever came west of Missouri j Resideuee Norlliwtsd Corner of Eler
river. Xote these prices: liusinc.-s suits ; Cnth a?:d Main Street., PlnUs-mcnlr
from ?;l to drtss suits, to $43, j Nebraska.
pant 4. $?, ?..o0 and upwards.! .
ESVill 'J.v.iv:.:.'. d a f;t. j C3"- IZIiM PSTBH,
Prices Defy Competition. I
J. E- BOBBINS, ARTIST,
INiitP.t'OTiONS GIVEN IN
FINE OIL PAINTING
WATER COLORS.. ETC
LCVEK3 o:' aKT AUS INVITE! i
T CALL AM) !
STUD.iu ov.E.n oliver & ramse 1
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
; The only IicntiftH In the West ronlroling this
1 isew riystem i i r.xtra-ti::!( sum I'IMihk J eein
f withcut i'ain. 'ur MiaeMlietic is tu
I tiri-ly free from
i CliXOHOFOKM Oil KTIIEll
AND IS ABSOLUTELY
Harmless - To MU
Teefli extracted and friincial teeth inserted
n-xt day if desired. The preservsiiion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BRIDGE WOBI.
The very finest. Offi'-e in Tnion Block, over
1 he CiticiV B:-.i-k,
rio.t-tca.c-ia.trr. - - lTo'crlc.
We have our house fi;!ed villi
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are pre 1:1 red lo deliver it daily toonrciM-tiii:-rs
in j-.ny ijuiiiitily c'tsiif il.
ALL CELEBS PEOMFTLY FILLED.
Lcue orders ulih
J J- IF1- IBEJXJlIL-IfcTIUm,
At store on Sixih h-'lrecf. We n.i.ke it Kcec-
And Loading Curs, for lirniH cee us of
H. C. KfMAKEN i SOW,
Telephone';", - - PlatUmoath
CT. C, EGC273,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; west Fifth Street
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
MRS. G. B. KIMFSIER,
Practicci fm ehU Organ ter
AND lif.rAIIll Jt.
rirst-fJtu s wcj k gunrnr.tif d. Hehl
t r in PLmos and Organs. CiT.co t Cotck'n
furniture store, Platls-month, Nebraska.
Beps's Cheriy eet'Sh Syrup.
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I 1 - niinauitti iij mi iimi iie J :i Ol l mi J3
i for, so if it dors r.otula-ve jt iir cough
5 n rail r.t i-ur slore end the mon-y
will be refunded to ti-u. It acts fcimul-
taneciui.-; tn all pints of t lie system,
ltrcbv leaving no bad muits. O. 1
Svitp & Co., DruggUts. jr:3 Snid&tc
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