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AL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
. jfrpiNJAIIN,' HARRISON,
VOIl VICE PKESIDKXT,
LEVI P. MORTON,
of New York.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
JOHN M. THAYER.
FOR MECTENANT OOVERNOR.
GEORGE D. MEIKLEJOHN.
FOR SECRETARY Ofc STATE,
GILBERT L. LAWS.
J. E. HILL.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
THOMAS II. BENTON.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
FOR COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS AND
FOR M'PKRISTESDFNT OF PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION, GEORGE B. LANE.
(First Congrei-sioiial DUtiict.)
W. J. CONNELL.
Tiie first trust the people arc "irrevo
cably against is uThe democratic trust.
That trust ims to go.
Hiooivs for float, great governor!
Haven't the democracy of Cass county
had enough of such material in the legis
Whenever the democracy have to im
port the shot gun statesmen of the solid
south to teach northern voters how to
exercise the suffrage you can put it
down that the case is desperate. Men
like Butler of Carolina and Mills of Texas
had better remain at home.
Tub democratic party is the friend of
the W4rkiiigmau. Roger Q. Mills.
The democratic party is the friend of
the workingmau in Great Britain,
China and South America. The Mills
bill is framed in the interest of the work
iogmen outside of this country. For the
American workingman the democratic
party has no use and never had. Let no
mistake be made on this point. Globe
The democracy have at last named
their candidate for Sir. McShane's shoes
and it is the hero, philosopher, lone fish
crman, and political specialist of Arbor
SpriAjM Otoe county, Nebraska, J.
SterliuglMorton. An out and out free
trader, an intractable, egotistical, hide
bound politician whose record during
the war "was that of mi extreme copper
head!; itnd-Tvbose political course since
has been that of a re-tractive bourbon
whose haired of everything accomplished
Ty th..rerab!ican party during the past
iuarteF of a "century has swayed and
overwhelmed, his judgment. Having
grown rich out of the C. B. & Q. man
agement in diverse ways, and having
succeeded in placing his son, Paul Mor
ton, avith4hkeorporation, where he can
do the moat good, Mr. Mot ton has been
at home, iu Nebraska, posting as hu ant!
nionopolistwhilc holding close confi
dential rclatiuasr!with his railroad com
panyi?Htl4xvn a candidate for, and
ran for cyery office the long suffering
demogfTfeyrjf Nebraska would name him
for and now the eople of this district
axe to le agaTnTnflcte.l with his political
diabetes of free.. trade and Mortonian
clemiJrracypdBgja countv will give
Mr. Connell two or three thousand ma
jority against this candidate nd we hon
estly bcLicie cy.trX-CPonty in thj district
will return a republican majority. The
democracy could not have named a
weaker man to make the race.
BAIiHElS iiF THE USEFUL
" "WeCve jjiadc -confotlnded fools- of
ourselves leforc," said an English manu
facturer the other day to sn American
touristjin London, "ii sending printed
staff to the SUtesut?fry su instituted
barrels of the useful stuff this yesrand
hope for the success of the democratic
party.' The interest taken in the presi
dential contest by English capitalists may
be understood from the admission . of
vDoultou, the proprietor of a large pottery
fstatthmcnt iu which 2,500 people are
- vJosarriercial Exchange
-caV-whlch handed it over to
j Oobden club for transmission,.- o -the
United States to aid in defraying the
,rnecessarye1ipenses'' of Cleveland's "elec
tion. This man declared that he and
others in the pottery business would give
tliroe rears' fcihfit$it neededjtp secure the.
LK"'ige oi uxiih inn nun see irec iraue
ftncgpssrul iftrperica. I lie pamphlets
and fly-sheets of the Cobden club have
not produced the impression hoped for
on the minds of the American pcople,ancl
now ''barrels oi the useful stuff " are to
be tried. But the workingmcn of this
republic cannot be bribed by British gold
into aa abandonment of their principles
any more than they can be bamboozled
by free-trape sophistries, and feel the
same contempt for those who hope to
corrupt them that the gallant Irish-American
General Joseph Reed, of revolution
ary fame, did when he replied to the
emissary who offered him ten thousand
guineas to betray his country: " I am a
poor man, but the king of Great Britain
is not rich enough to buy me." Irish
HAT WEARING AND BALDNESS.
Tacta Which m Traveler Hm Noticed Tit
From time to time I have noticed theories
expressed setting forth the chief cause of
baldness, Buch as abnormal beat from tbtf
head cover, "constriction of the blood vessels
of the bead by tight bats," by Mr. Eaton and
Mr. Gonlnloclc I'rofessor T. Wesley Mills
holds that "the principal root of the trouble
is in nervous strain." All these theories
may have something to do with the loss of
hair. I am not about to discuss tbes sev
eral theories, or suggest one myself, but will
only endeavor to point out a few facts which
may bo interesting as bearing upon the sub
ject. During several years' residence in Hong
Kong, in my professional duties, I bad to do
with njroodly number of persons, represent
ing a large variety of nationalities, and in
my study of these people I found that many
theories deduced from local experiences at
home were, in some cases at least, hardly
I .road enough to cover all facts found at
large in naturo bearing upon the specific
points of Investigation. Familiar with some
of the popular theories as to the cause of
baldness, I was surprisedto find men who
always wore a covering to their beads, and
during business hours and always when out
of doors wore a very tight hat, were never
bald and possessed a wonderfully strong,
thick head of hair. I refer to the Farsees
(Persia as). There Is a sacred, religious law
among tbem that no man shall go with his
Wbou the Mohammedans invaded Persia,
the major part of the native Persians that
were not exterminated fled farther east into
India, found protection and a welcome home
among the Hindoos, a people of castes, and
in order that these strangers should always
be identified, also knowing that their religion
obliged them to wear a bead cover, a law
was parsed to compel all Paraeea to wear a
certain style of hat whenever exposed out
side of their own private home. The hat
prescriled is as tall as an American silk hat
with no brim; it truly might be called a
"stovo pipe." This hat is worn, inclining
backward on the head from 85 to 40degs.,
and in order to keep it on its place, the brim
is made to cling very close to the head; being
so tight and so constantly worn that quite a
deep depression is caused substantially
around the bead; it seemed as if the skull
might be involved, but, not having the op
portunity of examining one, I was not able
to fully determine. Whenever this hat is re
moved, a skull cap immediately takes its
place. In my professional duties these hats
often had to be removed, and it appeared to
me as a curious fact if some of the popular
theories were altogether true that these
p-oople should never be bald. Therefore I
instituted a series of strict inquiries. Many
of these gentlemen spoke English intelli
gently, also French, German, Persian and
their local Hindoo dialect, some of whom
kindly allowed an examination of their
heads, and also assured me that they had
never known one of their race that was bald.
G. O. Rogers in Popular Science Monthly.
Pathos or the lluuiorons.
"There goes my vacation l" exclaimed a
Xorwieh working woman the other day, but
uo one saw it go or could comprehend the
meaning of the remark until she took her
pjato of falso teeth from her mouth in two
pieces. With working people vacations hold
by a v?ry slender thread. Norwich Bul
letin. - -- ... .
let that cold of yours run on. You think
it i a light thing. But it may run into
catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or con
sumption. Cabin h is disgusting. Pneumonia is
dangerous. Consumption is deatli itself.
The breathing apparatus must be kept
healthy and clear of all obstructions and
offvnsi fa matter. Otherwise there is
All the diseases of these parts, head,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs,
can be delightfully and entirely cured by
the use of Boschee's German Syrup. If
you don't knw this already, thousands
and thousands of people can tell you
They have been cured by it and know
how it is, themselves. Bottle only 75
cents. Ask any druggist.
The standard remedy for liver com
plaint is West's Liver Pill; they never
disappoint you. 30 pills 25c. At War
rick's drug store.
We will pay the above reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
costivencss we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied with.
They are purely vegetable, and never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
:outaining 80 sugar coated pills, 25c.
For'salf by all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manufactured only by John O. We
& Co.. J'i2 W. Madison St. Cbicago.and
y W. J. Warrick.
BO OTSA3S-B'SH-0IDS !
Do not fuili to calf examine the '"'Cashf Prices 'we will give
r , u " for the Next Thirty' Days.
You dan Save 25 Per Cent
"While wo are having this Groat "Cash" Reduction JSale.
W. A. BOECK & CO.
We are now Showing a new and Attractive Line of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Our Line of Fall Dress Goods is the Largest and Most Complete
Stock in the City, and we are showing all the new '
Dress Flannels, Broadcloths, Henriettes,
Beiges, Serges, at Prices- not to be duplicated.
38 inch All "Wool Suitings, Solid Colors and Mixtures, only 45c. yd.
-10 inch All-Wool Broadcloths. Solid Colors and Mixtures, only
CO c-nts per yard.
52 inch All-Wool Broadcloths, toKd Colors and Mixtures, only
85 cents per yard.
54 inch French Broadcloths, Twilled Back, at $1.C0 a yard.
These goods fold last season at 2.00.
40 inch All-Wool Serges in all the popular shades, only 65c. yrd.
40 inch French Jlenriotte Clolh, in all the popular shades, only
75 cents per yard.
The Largest and Finest Line we have ever shown comprising
everything in the Latest Novelties in
Gimps, Passementeries. Braids. Etc..
Also Fall Lines of Foragers, Ornaments and Loops. Onr
STOCK OF BUTTONS
Comprise ever' thing in Plain and Fancy Crochets, Plain and
Bullet Silk Tailor Buttons, Jets, Fancy Metals and Pearls. Feather
Trimmings, all shades, only 40 cents yard, worth 50.
and Pl"u.slies !
Plushes in all Colorings, such
Gold, Saphire, Navy, Biown, Cardinal, Wine, Black, only 1.00 a
yard; same goods sold last season at l.o.
Surah Silks in all shades only 1)0 cents a yard, worth $1.00.
Black Silks at $1.00, SI 25, $1.50, 81.75, 31.85 and $2.00ayard,
all good values.
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C F. S M I T H,
The Boss Tailor.
Malu St., Over Merges' Shoe Store.
lias the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domestic
woolens that ever came tvest of Missouri
river. Xote these prices: Business suits
from $10 to $35, dress suits, $25 to $45,
pants $4, f 5, $6, $6.50 and upwards.
CfT'Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defv Competition.
When your skin is yellow.
When your skin is dark and greasy.
When your skin is rough and coarse.
When your skin is inflamed and red.
When your skin is full of blotches.
When your skin is full of pimples you
need a good blood medicine that can be
relied upon. Bejrgs' Blood Purifier and
Blood Maker is warranted as a positive
cure for all of the above, so you cannot
possibly run any risk when yooget a bot
ile of ilti wonderful medicine. For sale
by O. P. Smith & Co.
lJ l-l L-J J
as Tahac, Mahooranv. Moss. Olive.
resent the following time
tried and fire-tested companies:
American Central-S. Louis. Assets $I.258,1(K
Commercial Union-England, 2.59G.S14
Fire Auoclation-Pbiladelpliia. 4,4l5.57t
Franklin-Philadelphia, " 3.117.10
Hume-New York. " 7.855.5U
Irs. C . of orth America. Phil. ' 8. 471.365
UverpooI&London & Globe-Eng " 6.C39.781
Vorth British & Mercantile-En 3,378,75
xorwich Union-Eneland. lJ5.4rf
Sprinsfield F. & M.-Springfield, " 3,044.915
Total Assets, 942.113,774
Losses kwM ?nu Paid at thlsAgency
Personal attention to all Businere Entrust
o ray c;ire.
XOTARV IN OFFICE.
Titles Examined. Abstaicts Compiled, In
uranceVritten, Feal Estate Fold.
Belter Facilities for making Farm Loans than
Any QthGv Agency,
Plnifgmoutk, - Xeb- ila
J. C, BOCIT2S,
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
All work first-class; vrest Fifth Street
North Robert Sherwood's Store.
R.B. WlJiDUAM, JOHXA.DAVIXH,
Notary Public. Notary Public.
W1XDUAM A UATlEf,
Attornoyc - at - l aw.
Office ocr nsDk it Ca County.
Plattsmocth, - - Nebraska
Till! WORLD FAMOUS
You can consult him about
and how to take cure of them. More
light for the unfortunate spectacle wear
ers, and the doom of blindness prevented
by the use of his Alaska Brilliants and
Australian Crystals. A new ch inical
And patent self-adjusting
The first time intraduced into this coun
try; manufactured to order alter cart ful
examination by modern instruments.
PROF. ASi MAN
has arrived in Plattsmouth, and has
an office at the Kiddle House. He is do
ing an immense business throughout the
United States, giving the best ot satisfac
tion and delight to hundreds witli de
fective sight. His knowledge of the
human eye and his skill in adjusting the
glasses is marvelous beyond imagination.
Endorsed by all the great men of this
country nud Europe.
In an instant, as if by magic lie is en
ihled to tell you any ailment of your
failing vision, point out the rause and
lunge r, and adapt brilliant glasses, pe
culiarly ground to suit every defect of
'he eye. which will aid in strengthening
he eyesight of the old and young. Sci
entists invited to examine the new sys
em for the preservation of the human
Teachers should watch the curly mani
festations of their scholars' ey si-ht and
eport in time to therr respective parents
o have their eyesight examined by Prof.
Strassman, the expert optician of nation
Artificial Eyes T epced.
Persons deprived of an eye enn have
this deformity removed by the insertion
f an artificial one, which mov.9 and
looks like a natural organ.
.OFFI C E II O U R S,
9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p., and 7 to 8 in
George liurgett, Rev. A. Clark, Jlr.
Duff, Mrs Dr Lash, D P Rolfc, Mrs
Streeter, Dr Drinker, R M Rolfe, Roden-
brock, C Anderson, J W Waldsmith, W ;
A Cotton, S II Calhoun, Judge Mnpes, !
David Brown, Dr Hershey. u m Hyer,
T S Jones, E M Taggart, E Reiber, TV.
n Murphy, Frank McCartney, James
Fitchie, Rev. Emanuel Hartig. Mrs. A.
E Rudd, W D Merriam, Miss VanMeter, ;
Dr S L Gant. A Home, Paul Schminke, :
Nat Adams, Geo A Wilcox, Mr Sheldon,
Mr. Gunsell. Rev R Pearson, Shomerus,
L Ije.vey. S M Kirkpatrick, Dryscoll,
Donald McCuaig, William Wilhelray,
Rev Rivers. Logan Enyart. N Red field,
J F Welch. Rev. J B Green, John Good- !
lett, C B Bickel, Dan Grf-sg. C W Scher
fy. E S nawley, A R Newromh, Wm
Nelson. Mrs N Davis, Wm Fulton, ,t am
Kloos, Mrs Ed Platner. M T Johnson,
Mrs Carnout, Mrs. Sterling Morton. Mrs.
Watson. Miss Morton. Mr Geo W Hnwk
MrB W T Sloan, Mrs L W Lloyd. Mrs
8 J Stephenson. Dr. Bishop, Mr Johnson
Brwn. Mrs Aird.
Xt'ver bt'fore lias an ' Ojdiciaii re
ceived such testimonial! from
Oilice of Iowa Soldier' Home.
Marshal Itowi), Ih., Feb. 17, H.
Prop. Strahwman, Vtur tir: The
glasses you furnished myself and wife
when in Clinton, have proven in vry
way satisfactory, and we take phnsuro
in recommending your woik and glassea
to all who may be in need of safely and
and comfort for your eyesight.
Cor.. Mn.o Smith, C inins.narint.
Mayor's Ofliie, Murshallti 11,
November Hi d, 1HS7.
Prof. Stiassman has been iu our city
some six weeks or more, ami as an opti
cian ha$ given the best of satisfaction
both as to prices and piality of woik,
having treated some of the most dillieult
cases of the eyes with success and am sat
isfied you will find him a skillful opti
cian and a gentleman.
Very Respec tfully,
Nixson Ames, Mayor.
Deserves It. No transcient occulist
has ever visited this city before who has
given to the public such excellent pro
fessional service, or has won such testi
monials from the people, as Prof. Strass-v
man, now in our city. We arc not in the
habit of volintarily Jestisying in thesa
matters, but in Prof. Strassman'a case wo
do it cheerfully, and entirely in an unso
cited way simply because he (leHcrvies
it. Oskaloosa Herald.
Prof. Stiassman, a distinguished op
tician, now stopping in our city, come.T
befvre us with the highest testimonials
of skill and experience in-his art. f.r.d I
take pleasure in rccommi nding him to
my friends nud the public who may be
in need of his services, as one entillu-d to
his confidence. J. Williamson, M. D.
Alter a stay of several weeks, Prof.
Stiassman, the optician, is about to close
his labors in our city. Persons who have
not yet made use of his skill and science
would do well to call at once and there
by do themselves a iasting benefit. He has
shown himself to be a limn skilled in his
profession, fair and liberal in his dealings,
and withal, a gentlemen in every respect.
The many commendatory notices given
him by the press are well deserved and
we shall part wilh him with regiet. Red
Oak Express. March 23nl
Dr E II Young, C F Claik. G K Powers,
D B Miller, J li R. eV.s, Mis J S. ank.Mis
T II Dearborn. G W Holt, A C Blose, W
A CloH!-, Mrs. Applebe, Mr Stockhlagcr,
J S Wroth, Itev AlcCluie, Mis Heslkr,
Mis. Farrier, Munker. Rev M Cuilery, Mis
Stanh-v. R WiulfWoMh. Mr Mmei.holtz,
Mr Jeffries, Rev Jagg, W Stiifford, C W
Schneider, ll.u vey Spry, C E Richard?,
David Harris, Mr. Isold, C II Lane, C M
Mills. T II Lee. Wm Ko.hler, C J Lilli-
jeberk, T M Lee, Ge L Pb.tt, Mis L
Holyser. Wm Duiiby, ( Runnels, Mrs
B S Porter, I II Ilnzarenus, Mr Broadbr,
F A Carter, Mrs Fisher, Mr Stoddard. E
O Shepherd. A McConiu ll. E A Brown,
Mr Gibson, Mr Fikes. Rev J W Hamil
ton, H P Mdler, Mis F C CUt, B E A
Simon?, J V Sautbin. Mr Vnn Alstine,
L F Ross. Mrs Deemer. Airs. 'Junkin.
Th Oiiffitlt. I Sunliiirn. CJ . T15iio. Mr.'
Meyers, P. P. Johnson, and many others
from the surrounding roui.try.
Dr ONe 11. C F W Bcln, n, R, vFC
War, Mrs W F .s Dr. Lewis, Capt. C.
P Brown. Mrs. Slaughter, Dr J Wil!iHni
son, D T J Donghist. Dr II W R-bnts. S
B Evans, A C Leiliton. J Han-ninn. R v
A C Siills.-n, Dr B F Hyi.tr, Ms. O f
Ph.-lli-, Mrs DrTa b.r.
Col W P Hepburn, ex-conn F?n;
Hon T E Claik. senator; Rev Sm-. k,
Cokenow. r. Dr l.i wellm F W H
J S Melntvr A S Bail v. J D .! n.r
Foster. H "(3 Beck with John G1
A Kiiiilmil. Mrs. Morsnian. V C
Seay. Dr Vn Sant, J D Hr
Monzingo. I)r Mill. n. H B
Stone. J II Stet, Ron Wm T
Hurdle, A T Ch nu nt. J M
Newton, Mr? Shaul, Hon T
Loranz, Dr. Power. Rev E
Lormz. A P Skeed, J F
Ba'rett. Mrs Ells.
President of First Natio
President oi Cieston I"
J II Patt, Mr Don I in,
Derr, Rev Van Wagn
Miss C Webster, Mrs Y
M Grath, Ed Lewis. T
Larrabee, Col Swal'
W V McQuaid, J
Dr Groves, Jlr H I
W F Patt. Rev P
van, Mrs Laramorr
Duane, Miss C Ec J
Lparr, Dr. Reyr
Mis Mattie K-
NH Blanche- -ley,
Meyer, Dr 7
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