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S A T I S FA CTIO.N G I A R A N T K K I
ConstHntly k-s on iihiKi i-very-thine
you ii"'1 to ltniiih your iioii:.
COK.NK.ll SIXTH AM MMN MIHKKT
Finest. 'lean st, GoM'-st -
IN THIv CITY
Where may be found clioici' wine:
liquors and cigars.
MASS Aid-; YVHITK l.AHI-I,
always on hand.
Ezoel fcll othvrs mm m la mil y medicine. Tbey
ar auited to erery cuoaUtutkia, old mud
yoaug, and, beLng siiftar-coatod, are agree
ablu to take, l'uroly vegetable, they taavo
no ill edeclH, but. strengthen aud reguliOu
he stomach, liver, aud bowel, aud retttora
every oran to its normal function. For una
either at home or abroad, ou laud or ua,
Are the Best.
"Ayer'.n J'llLs have been used in ray family
for over thirty years. We flud them an ex
cellent medicine iu fevers, enipUve diseases,
and all bilious troubles, and seldom call a
physician. They are almost the only iill
used in our neighborhood." Kedmon .
C'oinly, liow Lauding 1. O., W. KuliciaJia
"I have be-n in this country einht years,
and, during all this time, neither I, nor any
memlM-r of my family have used any other
kind of medicine than Aycr's Tills, but these
we always keep at hand, and 1 should not
know how to net aloiiK without them."
A. V. Koderbern, Ixiwell, Mass.
" I liave used Ayer's Cathartic I'llls as a
for 35 years, and they have always triven tlie
utmost satisfaction." James A. Thornton,
loomiiiron, I ml.
"Two boxes of Aycr's Pills cured me of
severe headache, from which I was lonu a
sufferer." Kiiima Keycs, Jluhhardslown,
Plaitsmouth Daily Herald
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Published everv Thursday, and daily every
Registered at tlie Plattsmouth, Neb. post
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One copy, six montlif, in advance . 75
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One copy per -rk. by carrier 15
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Id. IDA V, JULY 21, lS'.ll
What is said to have been the J
first republican state convention I
ever held met at Worcester, Ma.-c, j
thirty-seven years ago this week.
A jfood deal of glorious and in
spiring history has been made in
this country Hinee then, anl the re
publican party made nearly all of it.
Tick Globe-Democrat is usually
very correct in its history of men
and events, but it errs in saying
"McCulloch, we believe, is the only
survivor of the Lincoln Cabinet."
James Harlan, of Mount 1'leasaut,
la., was a conspicuous member of
Lincoln's Cabinet, and is hale and
hearty.--Memphis (Mo.) Reveille.
Mr. Harlan took hi.-sent in the
cabinet May la, lHiTi --more than a
month after Mr. Lincoln's death.
He remained about a year and gave
place to Mr. Brown i iig, of Illinoi
( do be- Democrat.
, wmviMT worn
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all DeVrs in Mediciun.
I'OK'NKK OK MAIN AM 101'kTII ST.
ixxk r n at j o n al
A strictly first etas machine, fully warrant
ed. Made irm the very best material by
killed workmen, and with the best tools t:at
have ever been deviled for th-.; purpose. War
ranted to do all that can be reasonably ex
pected of the very best typewriter extant.
l'a!vblc of wriMHii 15i words "er minute oi
more according to the ability of the operator.
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THE 3l) Riil.iASil.L.
A. iik'nkzb If m
.Shingles, Latli, tH.- b..
I'an supply everw flemand of the rity.
C!all 8nl m t terms. Fourtli street
in roar of op; :a house.
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If fliers is no aent in your town adrtrefs th
THE I'AKUll M'F'ti CO.
Auents wanred i'arish i, V.
k li. tEELEMIRE, Agent.
STAPLE AND FANCY
REPUHl ICAN STATE CON VENTION,
The republican electors of the
state of Nebraska are reouested to
send delegates from their several
counties, to meet in convention in
the city of Lincoln. Thursday, Sep
tcmlicr 1. lS'Jl. af in o clock a. in.
for the purpose of placing in nomi
nalion candidates for one associate
iustice of the supreme court, and
two members of the board of re
oents of the state university, and to
transact such other business as
maybe presented to the con veil t ion.
Tin several counties are entitled1
to representation as follows, beinr
based upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. II. Hastings, for attorney-eii-eral
in lS'.M), p;i vino- one deleo;ate-at-larire
to each county, and one for
each laO votes and the major frac
GLASS AIs L
All ordeis left with County Clerk will
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
PEUK1NS . HOUSE,
217, 219, 221 and 223 Main St.,
lattsmouth, - Nebraska.
.fl. M, BOKS. Proprieior.
"ihe Perkins has been thorough!?
renovated from top tc .rOttui oiw
sow une of the best hot ls in tht state
3oarder9 will be taker by the week a?
4.50 and up.
FIif i$ M a specialty
lii'.1 PnMe SIic!tod
JOHNSON EDiLDIKGN Sixth St
J Hind wandering cored. Bonks Inuned
in one revunir. leecmoniamtroni all
psrta of th rlobe. Prospectna POST
FBXX, none on AnfiutukfQ to rrot
A. tuiwuut 2JJ ruth At. Kow Tark.
iimk-iiioP' - -t-:,'r. nft on
iTr-n o mv ',,rs..t R-ita Brunlirs. t'nrl'-rs
& medifiner. v am pies fr-. rite now. l)r
Briil:i::ui :i71 B'wwv v Y.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
The 5th St. Merchant Tail
Keeps a Full Line of
yyi J?.W K.T
TH GREATnEALTH Uillil K.
Fk:Ius makes 6 gallona. Oeljcions. parklmj;, and
ppetuin. Hold br all daalera. A be&uttfnl Pictara
Book and cards sent fHKE to any one sending
ddreaa to tb O. K. UTBS tX).. Pbiladelphia, PaT
Clraiwe and beautirm th hair.
Promote a hxuri&nt p-owtn.
Never Fails to Bestore Grny
Hair to its Tontliful Color.
Cur us ocalp d uwur, A hair falling.
Jiw.nnd f H)at Imyyjt
I P.ii'kcr s uiziher J'oiiio
ll cure the worut Coijlji.
sk l.iir. lvhii'rv. iKligi'stioTi, Pain, Take in time.dOatji.
trfCOrtM S. T5ic only sure cure for Corns.
i': ii, or uim.ua Jc tu, x.
p ali pant. iu
Consult Your lnteres bv ilvmu Hti:
Gives tfvieh relief
RbeamaUam, nearalvis, plwrwyand lamhaoj
irared atonee. Gne Tocsaie ny an irran.
Chichester's English. Red Cos8 m Diamond Brand A
THCORKINal D GCNUIMC. The oaly Safe. Ssre, mntreiiablc K.l tor m!.
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I'llUN 'll-?. l)tr.l..;ril'NTI KS IIH.
AC.iiins ll'JuliliMou .. T
. ithur liKc-inir-y ti
Ai I-!iiii- o'lvi'ya r ail v f
I'ani cr .'JKeilli 2
Biyil 1 Kimiiiill l'
IJlaiut' - Knox 5
IJooiif 5 iyuin.'aster :io
1!'"X Hutu e l-i coin
Kii'Wii -I Lk;:ii 2
;utT;tl. l'i Loup l'
Hii; lur 7 .klaiiison G
: nit f M'-l' -rson 'J
Cass 14 Merrirk S
Cedtir 4 Vance 4
Ci'iiMi' : Nfinalia '
'lir!ycniie S Nuckolls i
Clierrv 5 Oto :
l'l;iv. .' 1" i'juviiet' ,
Colfax. -1 I'ericins a
Cuming 7 I'ifroe li
Custer... tJ Vlielps 4
Daki.ta 4 Plnttf 1
Hawes 7 Polk 5
I) von TllJeil Willow 0
IHmk'1 SIKicliardson 11
;ixoii tijKock :
Dod'e HiSaliise 14
I oii!rla.s i illy 4
IMenly : SauM"ilfi-w
F:lluire ! ScottV UluIT -2
Krankll'i S .Seward 10
Frontier 5 sheiidan 6
Fiinias r Slieriuan 3
Caiie li Sicux '2
(.artickl 2 Stanton 3
ciosper 2 Thayer f
(4rant '2 Tlioinas 'i
f-ipely 2 Tlmifton 4
Hall x Vallev 4
I I hi ii i 1 ton x Washington .... 7
Harlan . 4 Wayne. 4
naves 3 ebsrer 7
Hitchcock 4 Wheeler 2
Holt ... h Yolk 1:;
Hooker 2 Total MS
Xo vote returned.
It is recomended that no proxies
be addimtted to the convention,
and that the delegates present be
authorised to cast the full vote of
It is further recomended that the
state central committee select he
temporary organization of the con
vention. John C. Watsox.
W.1I.T..M. SBKLY, Chairman.
"I lie Groatest Newj;iier
Till-; (1 M)MK-I)i:moc k at's superior-it-
to all the newspapers in the
country was demonstrated in a
small way yesterday. The Associ
ated I'ress on Tuesdav afternoon
sent a dispatched to all its papers
to the effect that a Louisville bank
defaulter named William H. i'ope
had been arrested in the City of
."Mexico. We telegraphed immedi
ately to our correspon pent in the
City of Mexico directing him to
send full details of Pope's arrest.
In response came a dispatch stal
ing that the man arretted was not
I'ojte at ail. but the (loveruor of the
State of Sonora, wlio bore a stron
facial resemblance to liliotoraph
of I'ope sent to the Mexican police.
We printed this item, while all tin
others papers tfave the untruthful,
but costless, items sent out b- the
Associted I'ress. The latter will
to-day make the necessary correc
tion to correspond witii what was
in -esterda's (ilobe Democrat
The moral of this is that a first-
class newspaper should have
correspondents in all the bif towns
including the City of Mexico."
I UK IIlvKAM) which is a threat
iiilmircr of the wonderful enterjirise
shown by the (ilobe Democrat
takes pleasure in printi iof theabove
incident which is a fair sample of
the manner in which St. Louis,
4-reat newspaper holds its position
at the head of the procession.
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N.K.rAIRBAMK?:C0. "sahtaCwms omo.
NhCW LUMBER YAAR
4. it. viKAVKK cV; CO.
DKALKIIS IN PINK LUMIiER,
SHIXOLES. LATH, 8ARII.
DOOHS, HLINDS.nnil lt r.uiJ.linc iriHUiinl
Caili aitid sec us at the
11th ami Elm street,
north of Hciscl's mill.
Fiinilsli Youv Hoiiso.
(lood looks are more than skin
deep, deoendiiitr upon a healthy
condition of all the vital organs.
If the Liver be inactive' 3-011 have
a Bilious Look, if your stomach
be affected otfliave a Dyspeptic
Look and if hour Kidne3'S be elfected
3-ov will have a Pinched Look. Se
curs yood health and you will have
jrood looks, hlectric Hitters is the
reat alterctive and Tonic acts
uirectiy on tnose vital organs.
Cures Pimples, lilotches, Hoils a
fTives a o-ood complexion. Sold at
b. Cr. hricke & Cos Drugstore, "0c
USE FUflNfSHING EMPORIUM.
Iliivinrr i)ui-eh:H('(l the A. V. AVWkbach sioiv room on nouth
Main street where T Jim now located I cjih sell ood.s chejip
er than the cheapest having juct put in the largest stock
of new goods ever brought, to the city. Gasoline stoves
'fi and furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan
Wood For Sale. '
Over a thousand cords of dry
wood for sale by Charle3r Hemple.
Jveave orders at iienr- ueckback
&Ci's. y dtf
A ST. 1'AL'L, xMitin., dispatcn sa3
that cit3- has been made the head
quarters of a nat ional movement on
the part of the alliance to corner
the wheat crop and thereby obtain
faut'3" prices. The plan is to unite
the farmers in a -iiaiitic wheat
trust 111 which the farmers or pro
ducers will be the stockholders and
03- which speculators and wheat
buyers are to be squeezed to the
wall. George D. Miller is said to be
at the head of the organization. e
should smile to see a deal of that
kind that would beat the specula
tors. The chances are, the specula
tors would ;-et onto the markets
and would soon make as much out
of it as the farmers. But if the
farmer thinks the trust is such a
wonderful institution to make
money we know of 110 better way
of convincing: him in rejrard to the
facts than for him to tr' it awhile.
We should like to see better prices
realized for what is produced in the
west but we don't believe the trust
scheme is advisable.
The soldier population of Ne
braska and adjoining states is
placed at 500.000 at least. Very few
of these comrades have been per
mitted to attend aii3' of the national
reunions of the Grand Armj- ou ac
count of the expense incident "to a
long journey. An encampment
has never been held within .tO0
miles of Lincoln, the central point
in this vast region which is peo
pled with old soldiers. These vet
erans ask that the encampment in
1S92 be held in the midst of the
Missouri valley in order that the3
may attend in large numbers.
Such a request cannot fail to have
its influence when the matter is
finally- put to a vote at the Detroit
meetin j next month. State Journal .
way to the trout as
keeping- nothing but the
has pushed his
1 livery man bv
riages ami buggies and best horses
to be found 111 the state. 1 hose
wanting a satisfactory' livery can't
do better than
to call on Mr. l'ar-
Heart disease is by far the most
frequent cause of sudden death,
which 111 three out of four cases i?
un suspected. The symptoms are
not generally understood. These
are: a habit of lying on the right
side, short breath, pain or ditressin
the side, back or shoulder, irregular
pulse, asthma, weak and hungry
spells, wind in stomach, swelling of
ankles or dropsy, oppression, dr3r
cough and smothering. Dr. iMiIes
illustrated book on Heart Disease,
free at b. G. rrike Sc Co s, who sell
and guarantee Dr. Miles' unequaled
New Heart Cure, and his restora
tive Nervine, which cures nervous
ness, headache, sleeplessness, drop
sy', etc. It contains 110 opiates.
The Best is the Cheapest
That is Why Fred Gorder alti-r 15 years of experience as th" most HiirfPuafnl
Agricultural implement denier in the eounty lias Belected Unj following- imple
ments which he carries and he irtily reeomnionds to his friends and patrons.
Setch.-va.33a.. 11 o lino and Sclivitlor
Sradley, Peru, and
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW' DEPARTURE TONGUELES CUL
tivators and Badger Cultivator.
WEIRS AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER.
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND HA
worth Checkrowers and Planters.
Handles the finestot Buggies, Phaetons, Carts, Sprino- Wa-
Carriages and other vehicles that are manufactured.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved .
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
Hard ot oroton, is. d.. we quote: iue largest line in oass Uouiity, or double and single harness at
laivcn wnii d u.im.uiu,wiiiui nriea sn nvr that ir w i.tur v..n t. (H l : . . .
settled on my lungs, cough set in ? - rv J "4 ; ' ", a"U lnbPc'c'' StOCK
and finally terminated in consump- oetore purchasing elsewhere. DA ID MILLEK an experienced
i uw-ij o r-djf-i woi MiiitH Has ciiare oi our Harness snon.
ing I could live but a short time. I I . 1
gave myself up to my saviour, de- I
termmed it 1 could not stay with
my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, I
coughs and colds. 1 gave it a trial.
took in all eight bottles; it has cured
me and thank God I am now a well
and hearty woman." Trial bottles
free at h. Kj. hricke v Co. s drug
store, retrular size, oOc. and $1.00.
F'lattsmouth and Weeping Water
The American people are rapidly
becoming a rase of nervous wrecks
and the following suggests, the
best remedy: alphouso Humpfling,
of Butler, Penn. swears that when
his son was spechless from st. Vitus
Dance Dr Miles great Restorative j
- - , . m r w I
serving cureu mm. amts. j. x.
Miller of Valprai and. J. D. Taolnr,
of IvOgansport. Ind each gained '20
pounds it an taking it. .Mrs. 11. x.
Gardner, of Vastulr Ind, was cured
of 40 to 50 convulsions easy and
much aeadach, dizzness, bockach
and nervous prostiation by- one
bottle. Trial bottle and fine boek of
Nervous cures free at V. G. Fricke, &
Co., who recomends this unequailed
F Q FSmE'. 8 G2
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Full and Complete line of
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to the county commissioners
at their next regular meeting for a
license to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors in' the village of
Union, Cass county-, Nebraska.
d&wtf. JOHX MOHLEK.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hours
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LTVy uvs LTT
THE POSITIVE CURE.
X.Y BitUTHERS. M Wwran Hew Tort Price 60 eta J
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