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W. IIKMDKK'S HAKDWAKK
. V. Mntliw olu Stand. 1
S A T 1 S FA CTION i I J A R A N T K K D
Consbmtly keeps on hamt everything
yoi: iicf-ri to furnish your house.
COUNhll SIXTH AMI MAIN STHKKT
(H1LIP TH EI ROLF
HOpenl up The
Finest. I'lean st, - Cosiest
in Tin-: city
Where may be found choice wines
I i 1 1 Kirs ami cigars.
iWHKl'SKKJU'SCII II K K R.
A ' 1 1
It ASS AI.K WHITK LAIiKI.
always mi hand.
I'OKNKK OK MAIN A.NII KOI' k'TH ST.
Excel all oCmts m a family medicine. They
axe raited to erery oooaUtutton, old and
yoa&x, and, being Bua -coated, are agwie
able to take, l'urely vegetable, lUoy luave
mo ill effect, but. LreiiKthen and reguijUe
he stomach, liTvr, and bowula, aod reaturu
very organ to iu normal Junction. For uae
either at tuAiut or abroad, ou laud or aea,
Are the Best.
"Ayer'a I'Uls have beu used in rny .-unity
for over thirty years. Wo Bud them an ex
cellent medicine in feven, eruptive diseases,
and all bilious troubles, and Heldom call a
physician. They are almost the wily pill
used In our neighborhood." Keilmon .
Oimly, liovr Landing 1. o., W. Kelieiaua
1'arisli, I a.
" I have Ixirti' in UiLs country elrfit years,
and, during all this time, neitlu-r I, nor any
member of my fiunily have iwd any oilier
kind of medicine than Ayer's Fills, hut these
we always keep at hand, aud I should not
know how to get along without Uieiu."
A. W. Soderherj;, Lowell, Mast.
-I liave used Ayer's Cathartic Pills aa a
for 30 years, and they have always (riven the
utmost satisfaction." James A. Thornton.
ISloorninxton, I nd.
"Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me of
severe headache, from which I w:is long a
wufferer." Kmma Keyoa, llubbardstown,
Dr. J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Mara.
Sold by all Lk'V-rs in Medic.iitM.
Plattsmouth Daily Herald
KNOTTS BROS, Publishers
IN TERN ATI O N AL
A strictly first da machine, fully uarraiti
ed. Made irom the very best material b
ekil'ed workmen, and with the best tools I .at
have ever been devised for tlm punmse, W ar
ranted t lo all that can be reasonably ex
pected of the very b"t typewriter extant.
"aial)le of writing l.sn words oer minute of
niore according to the ability of the operaf.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. A. WfflMJ k W
PublWlimt every Thnrsday, fand dally eveiy
evening except Sunday.
Uegiatered at the Plattmaonth, Neb. post
O'Hcefor transmission through the U.jS. mails
at second clasn rate.
Office, corner Viae and Fifth streets.
TKKMH FOK WERKLV,
iie copy, one year, in advance .... . l 50
ue copy, one year, not In advance ..... 2 no
;)ne copy, six moiithf, in advance 75
0:ie c-'py. three month, in advance. .. -JO
TEKMfl FOR ItAII.V
tie cop one yfar in adv-nce $ ; 00
Mie cripy lcr week, by oiiincr J 5
tun copy, per month .. 5r
Tl 5 I ' RSDA Y, JULY -3. 181)1
six speeches duriny; the eanvass in
Ohio. His meetings will be tinder 1
the innnaetnent cif the democratic
party, but W.J. McKinley will le
It takk-s $2. of the inflated cur
rency f the Argentine Republic to
pay for a I arrel of flour. This m
the country where money is made
of (taper and printer's ink on a
power press.- Kx.
SliNAToK Ol 'AY Can Io more in
live mitilltes. so to speak, to boom
(iov. I'attisou Jor tin- presidency
than ( Iov. 1 1 i 1 1 can in live mouths.
It is Ouay who made him a presi
dential possibility iu the first place.
The republican electors f the
state of Nebraska are requested to
send delegates from their several
counties, to meet 111 convention in
the city of Lincoln, Thursday, Se-
tember 24. 1SD1. at lt o clock a. m
for the iiuriose t placuiLr in noini-
natioii catululates lor one associat
justice of the sutri iiie court, and
two members of the board of ri
ents of the state university, and to
transact such other business as
maybe presented to the convention
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, belli"-
baseil upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. H. Hastings, for attornev-ren-
eral in 1S1K), "iviiiir one deletfate-at
lai""e to each couutv, and ne for
ich losl voti'S and the major fiat
Shingles, Lnth, Si,
.an supply everw tf iiiantl of the ntv.
Call tmd tet t?rnis. FVtuxtli stiect
in rear of op.".:.- lumsc.
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IJ-ix Hutte B
lKI,.l(-OCN 1 1 Ks.
. 1 1 j.IldlllKOU. . .
8 C II
Jftheie is uo agent iii your town address tiii
THK PAKIkU M'K'ti ft).
Agents wanted Parish ., .
V. It. SEELEMIKE, Atreni.
A.I1 orders left with County Clerk wiil
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
PERKINS - HOUSE.
217, 21!, 221 and 223 Main St.,
Plattsmouth, - Nebraska.
3.. M, B0NS. Proprietor.
"the Perkins has been thoroughly
renovated from top tr lxt?uu ii-J "c
now one of th lest hotels in the statt
Bjarders will he taken by the week at
(-L50 and up.
O M Li-
I) WfOll. . .
Killni-MV. . .
ranklin . . .
Cage . . . .
Josper. . . .
tlrcelv .. .
Hooker .. .
elTerson . . .
. tiikeva i'ah :.
. 1 Kimball
. 'Z Knox
l.i coin t
Vel' ersou '2
Merrick . . .
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' n i ce 3
. .1 elielns 4
.. 4 I'l: tte I
lied Willow I!
:i Richardson U
.3arpy-- . . 4
. 3!Saunders s
. aiScott's Ullill 2
. ldiei ii'an r,
. o!siierman i?
Washington .... 7
Flo- h a a f pscialiy
No vote returned.
It is recomended that no (iroxies
be addmitted to the convention,
and that the delegates ttresent be
1 uthorixed to cast the full vote of
It is further recomended that the
-date central ctnimittee select tlu
lemporary oriramation of tlie con
John C. Watson,
WAIr.M. SliKLY. Chairman.
C "o. si-; K VAT I V i: estimate
the wheal croii of this
2),i;i;.),K; ) bushels. It is harvested
and sate. It is worth not less than
i-hi.Ouu.iK::) to the farmers of
.Nebraska. This year's crops will
h'j our western la m I owners out
nf debt and put them fairly 011
their feet for the future. Oimilm
"Wa3 j&ewcir a:'
- 1 . f (mm
( U i:K'. ik I'AMI'IUU.I, has the
liveliest flight on his hands tli.it
ever an Ohio democrat hiced. lie
not inl3' has McKinley ti meel on
tlie tariff issue, but Sherman on
silver, Foster on the national ex
peiiditures. and Forakcr on stale
issues. Facb of these is an expert
and knows the whole history ot hi
specialty, and no jack of all trndt
will be able to stan.l up befoi
them verj- lonf witliout exjio.-in
h is weakness. ICx.
"I'ooh' mortji"a"'ed. ilown tro'lden
Kansas farmers, through me. aj
jieal to you men of ( ieoi'";ia," say
the eloquent Jerry Simpson. In
the meantime a letter frm Kansa
says- "The ground 1 r 1 the peacl
orchards in Ka.isas is literally
covered with peaches roitiir t
waste, and farmers can not find bin
and bars enouuii to hold their
whe;it and have to leave it for the
present in the shock or in stacks
Why would it not be better for "ti e
calamity oiurressinan to ro Iioiik
utd help take care of the bountiful
crops ii'oiii"" to waste, and wait lor
'drought" and "grasshoppers" am
cyclones and like Democratic
lids? Inter Ocean.
;li Pubic Soiicitt;t!
JOHNSON EU LDINGN Sillii St
Mind wandering enred. Books I warned
in one Kaduuc. Testimuthsls from all
il'l part of tha tflobo. Prospeetos post
f, J r&XK. nit on nmIUati to Prat.
V KSlA. IuiWjw 837 rtrth At. lfwT fc
.1 mo mk 1M ! 'ikIT. net on
inv ''iTSHts. HHlt-" Bnishe". Cnrl-rs
i medicines, "amiiles free. rite a:iw. lr
Bridttian 371 H'wsy " Y.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
The 5th St. Merchant Tail-:
Keep! a Full Line of
Forai? i ointfia Goals
Consult Your Inrer-"' bv ivtnst Hm
wyi .rw hn.xTT
Packrs nukM 6 trallona. Ohcioos. Bparkhne. ami
appHtuing. bold by all deajtsra A beautiful Picture
Book and earda sent FHUE to any one sending
addreaa to tha C. . UIKK3 UO.. Pbiladolphia, Pa.
C1rns ajxl bftobfitf the bir.
PnxMutes kixuriaDt growth.
Vever Pails to Hectore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Curvrj caip di(ieae ac hair tmUwg.
... p-.'- V'f C-'-l-ZC? - or.i-. J t-.:rvs thv .-rt Ctii:;i.
. t I.'i: s 1h-Ii::i: . I-ul.(ftAlion. Tain, Take iu li:ne. ?'-.
'' ' "T'l:. Ti''OTL: I?- V!i car-tor Corns.
j.i u.. ;. n. um. n l.i'-.fjMf. ur lUbCOX i. CI'., i. Y.
Givn quick relief
f rom pain.
h..muiin nnlniL nlrariiivand lnmbarH
icnrsd aaonoe. tr ior y an
t? Chichester s English. Red Cross Diamond Brand A.
TNI omciNtl MD CCNVINC. Th- mIt Safe, Parts wt rthabir Pill r mle.
r A ftv I ini AulHk B4xmoit Brand id Ked ana (roid -"-iil.'S y
kua adfll with brae ribtwa. Tae a U kind. 4We SuhttUutvt end 1-tM.zt.onM.
all pill, ta pora Wsaa. pwa wrwcrm. ar daajrrrvaa counierfriia. A". .---ifr.. '. " "'
Ah la iiu nmnura, traUaaelaia. and "K.-UiT far l.r-Oc-" Iritrr. n 'ni Mn'l.
lA.IMr rwjxumlJ. Jtams Pltr. CHICHKTCH CfltICt. CO., V. t--;i rsy are.
taM hj all La.ai Vw-m&MM. Ptixt-.-... -.- . LiA. PA-
DEATH TO THE TRUSTS
Indications are that the ftderal
.U'overnnient has decided to grapple
with the powerful trusts in Missouri
which the state courts have been
unable to crush. "I'nited States
District Attorney Georire I). Rey
nolds is now at work with his sub
ordinates preparing to carry out
the instructions contained in a
letter from Attorney General Miller
Sir I beg; to call your attention
to the anti-trust statute enacted by
the Fifty-first congress. It is my
de. "re that you examine the law
carefully, lay it alongside any com
binations or trusts in your district.
and if by such means it is found
that those trusts and combinations
ate infractions of law, prosecute
vigorously. There are great
abuses, and if the law can be made
to reach them it is the duty- of the
law officers of the government as
T doubt not it will be their
pleasure to do everything within
the law to suppress them and to
punish the wrong-doers. The
I'nited States court for the middle
district of Tennessee lias held the
law constitutional. Yours Truly.
W. II. II. MlLLKK."
Mr. Reynolds says that lie has
made a careful study of the statute
and finds that it probably applies
to many large concerns in this
state. He says he has not as yet
completed his plan of campaign,
but will soon have things in shape,
and must depend to a large extent
on assistance from public spirited
citizens. When asked if he had any
particular trust in view he said he
must decline, at this time, to go
into details.- Telegram to Inter
liih reconstructed south every
few days gives evidence of the real
feelings entertained by the people
toward the north andtoward the old
flag. General Karly in an address
the otherday concluded his speech
by saying, and let every honest-
hearted Confederate who fouirht
bravely in the war say, If I should
ever anoloirixe lor any part or
ictiou taken by me in the war, may
the lighttiingof the rightous heaven
blast me from the earth, and may I
be considered a spawn of the earth
by all honest men.
Ao regret tor tlie mood tliat was
died, no regrets for an unholy war
in tlie interest ot Human slavery, no
regrets for the desolate homes and
disconsolate widows and orphans
made in an effort to destroy the
;o eminent under which they
aow live. Verily the lightn
ing of a rightous heaven
ought to strike him or any- other
man that dared to utter such sedi
tious language. The fangs and
claws are only covered up; the new
South we read of can only be found
in books and newspapers, as it does
not exist elsewhere.
WHAT IT MEANS.
The democratic party in Ohio re
commends a 7.1-cent dollar and a
method of securing governmental
revenue which, as the democratic
New York Sun declares, is "a tariff
on integrity and a bounty on per
jury. ----Cleveland Leader.
A DEMOCRATIC PROPHECY.
This prophecy is attributed
Governor Campbell of Ohio:
"After the canvass is two weeks
old you will hear almost nothing
outside of the tariff."
Governor Campbell is speaking
of the canvass in Ohio, where lie is
a candidate for re-election. If he is
correct in his prognostication, and
that is his programme, another
prophecy is in order.
After the canvass is eighteen
weeks old you will hear almost
nothing of Governor Campbell.
New York Sun,
Do not speak unkindly of Grover
Cleveland. He is going to help
McKinley, having been billed for
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make no more fatal
mistake than when they inform pa
tients that nervous heart troubles
come from the stomach and are of
little consequence. Dr. Franklin
Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, i
has proven the contrary in his new
book on "Heart Disease" which may
be had free of F". G. FYicke & Co.,
who guarantee and recommend Dr.
Miles' unequalled new Heart Cure,
which has the largest sale of any
heart remedy in the world. It cures
nervous and organic heart disease,
short breath, fluttering, pain or ten
derness in the side, arm or shoulder,
irregular pulse, fainting, smother
ing, dropsy, etc. His Restorative
Nervine cures headache, fits, etc.
NhJW LUMBER YAAR
I. J), ii RAVES A: CO.
DKALKKS IN PINK LUMI1KK,
SIUNULKS. L ATI I, SASH.
DOOIiS, I!UNIS,iuicl nil building material
Call unci see us at the corner of-
1 1th and SSIm street, one; block
north of SSeiseFs mill.
It Oil. so.
USE FURNISHING EA1P0R!U?!.
flavin"- mirclm-ctl the; .1. V. AWckluicli .-don- room on south
Main street where Tain now located I e.in sell oods cheap
ur than the cheapest having ju4 put in the largest stock
of new goods ever hrought to the city, (iasoline stoves
tmd fuiniturt; of all kinds sold on the installment, plan
The Best is the Cheapest
That is Why Fieil Oonler alter l."i years of txperienec as tlie most nuccnasful
Agricultural implement denier in tlie county has elected the following "jmplc
iictits which he carries and heartily recommonds to his friends ami patrons.
BZetch.-u.ra, Molina and Sclrutlor
WAG O NS,
Sradloy, Peru, and ro
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES CUL
tivators and. Badger Cultivator.
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTF.R
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA-
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
I'lnetoiis, Carte, Spring Wagons, and
Carriages and other vehicles that are manufactured.
Handle, the tjnestot Buggies,
The largest line in Cass County, ot double and single harness at
prices so low that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect stock
before purchasing elsewhere. DAVID MILLER an experienced
workman has charge ot our harness shop.
Plattsmouth. and Weeping Water
Wood For Sale.
Over a thousand cords of dry
wood for sale by- Charley Hemple.
Leave orders at Henry Weckback
& Co's. dtf
F Q FtjiciW, G2
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUCGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours
ISOX U LTV LT ITU I
THE POSITIVE CURL
ELY BROTHERS. M Warren Bt, New Tork. PriccWeti
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