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on tne wan.
Tll your flmwr
you m hv
ie soaps have a gteat faJl
Wfer Santa C l aus Soap
corses tieir way;
.vis corrje to stay
MADE ONLY BV
NEW LUMBER YAAR
J. IK (i RAVES & CO.
DEALKKS IN PINE LUMI5KK,
SHINGLKS, LATH, SASII.
DOORS, HLINDS.and all building niateiil
LaII and see ns at the corner of
11th and 131m street, one bloc
north of HeiseFs mill.
I'laitsmouth Daily Herald
K NOTTS BROS, Publisher s
Published every Thnrsday, hii1 rtitlly eveij
aveulni; except Sunday.
Uetered at tlie Platr.Hiuoiuli, N'-b. pst
oUcefnr traiin-ti-Mloii t!inmil) tin I'.S. mail
Otllt-e corner Vine and Fifth street
TKKMM KiK WFKK1.V.
ne copy, one year, in advance $1 SO
One cony, one year, not In adv:iii-e ... 2 00
Jne copy, six moiitlif. ii. advance
Out: c'liv. tlnee fimut t-. in advance. .. 40
TKKMH KIlK IAII.
Hie cop one y.-ar in adv .lice fiiWI
)ncopy per rteek. by currier i
u copy, per inoiit.li .V
WHILE 'rover Cleveland keep1 on
talking. (lovernor 1 1 i 1 1 mind li i h
eye mid saw wood.
TlIK national treasury surplus is
only .f.";,(KKMtH). ,-t that amount
would make a man feel very comfortable.
Till-: Spanish reciprocity treaty
ill soon le ivcn to the public,
its pro isions promise to open up
a jreat market for American wheat
ami Hour. All hail to Blaine and
1-KiDA Y. J UI.Y 1.U.
Everything: to FiirnLsh Vour House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORlUf1.
Ilnving' purchased the rl. V. AWckbach store room on south
Main street where Iain now located I can sell goods cheap
er than the cheapest having jut put in the largest stock
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline stoves
and furniture of all kinds sohl on the installment plan.
Trie Best is the Cheapest
That is Wiiy Fred (Junior alter l years of experience as the. most successful
Agricultural implement dealer in the rouuty has selected the following imple
ments which he carries anil heartily recoinmmids to his friends and patrons.
Eotch.-u.nl. 2olixio and Scb.-u.tler
Bradloy, Seru., and ra
LISTERS and PLOWS
NEW DEPARTURE TONGUELES CUL-
tiva'.ors and Badger Cultivator.
AND BRADLEY STALKCUTTER,
DEERE, FARMERS FRIEND AND
worth Cheekrowers and Planters
REPUBLICAN STATECON VENTION
Tlie repul)lican electors of the
state of Nebraska are reuuested to
semi delegates frnn their several
counties, to meet in convention in
the city f Uiicolii. Thursday, Sep-
temher 11)1, at 10 o'clock a. m
for the Diirnosi' ol placinir ln uomi-
nalion candidates for one associate
justice of the supreme court, and
two members of the hoard of re
t;ents tti the stale university, and to
transact such other business as
maybe presented to the convent ion.
T 1 1 K AI'I'DKTK .N M K S T
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, bein
based upon the vote cast for Hon
Geo. II. Hastings, h,r attorney-general
in 1V.NI, o-ivin one lele ate-at-laroe
to each county, and one for
each l.Tlf votes and the major 'frac
rui'UH. lKI..;eoCNTI KS. IKI..
Adams llj.lobn?-oii -.7
vi t Inn I j Kearney (J
Antelope ti;Keya I'ali i i
Kanner jKeilli 2
Koyd 1 Iviinball
lilaine 2 Knox 5
l.oone T Lancaster ...30
lix llntte 0 l.i eoln 0
Brown 4 LojiHii 2
Kutfalo lo l.onp 2
Ibnler 7 Madison f
I'.urt . s Mel' erson 2
Cas H Merrick S
t'ediir 4 ance 4
Cnase :i N'emaba ,
''bevenne 5 Nuekolls t
Cherry 5 Otoe
clay H I'awnee.. , !
Colfax 4 IVikiii! 3
('inning 7 1 irn-e 3
:iirter 12 Phelps 4
Dakota 4 Platte 4
llawec 7 polk 5
Till: Democrats predict that they
will carry Kentucky in next week's
election. A few years aj'o the De
mocrats of that State didn't take
the troiiblc'to make predict ion,s. A
few years hence perhaps the Texas
Democracy will drop to the predict
iiii;' staye. Kx.
Di;K'l.; ttielast liscal year .Vm.-IIiC
imuiirauts arrived at our ports, an
increase of KK.'JTT over preceediuo
year. It is 1 i kt'ly that some tf thes'
p'ojdevill make ood and us-ful
citi.ens, but as for tin' uiaiortv ol
tnem, mere is reason to ieiiev
that they are in no respect
Excel all othurs An a family monetae. Thry
are suited to every constitution, old aud
yoaii. "d, Iei-i5 unr-owtUd, axe icni'
ulilv to Uike. I'urely vi-Ketable, Uuy leave
no 111 elluclA, bul. BlrtiiKUien aad reuLito
Jie stoiiiacli, liver, :uid Ih.whIh, ojmI nWre
every orcsii to Us nonu U iiiiction. For use
elUitr at Home or alroal, oil Land or sea,
Arc the Best.
"Ayer's Tills have U-en used in my family
forever tliirty yc;in. We find thein an ex
cellent Diedicine in fevers, eruptive diseases,
aiwl all bilious trout. j,-s. anil helilom call a
physician. They an- almont the only ill
used in our iieitfihortMMMl." Kednion (".
t'onily. How I-inaiiiK f. o., W. Itlieuina
I have been in this country clht years,
and, during all tlas time, neitlier 1. nor any
member of my family have used any other
kind of medicine than Ayer's Tills, but these
we always keep at hand, and I should not
know how to j;et along without Uieiu."
A. W. SodcrberK, Iiwell, M;iss.
"1 have used Ayer's Cathartic Pills n& it
for 3S ypar. and they have always piven the
utmost satisfaction.'' James A. Thornton,
liloomiiiKton, I ml.
"Two boxes of Ayer's I'flls cured me of
severe headache, from which I was lonj; a
suflerer." Kinina Keyes, JlubbardsUwn,
PRKrA RED BT
Dr. J. C. AYES & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all IJeVers In MinliciiH;.
C()L. Pol.K, the I ,resilent ol the
National Aliiaiice, ienou iiee.-
cieveiami ami ueciares mat me
farmers ca n not vote for him utuler
an- circumstances. This is one of
several strong reasons why the De
mocratic party is castinu" about for
somebody else to place at the head
of its ticket next year. Kx.
I) w(in. .
iartield . .
4 1 eel v ..
.. 7-Ued Willow t
.. 3, h'ichard.soj: 11
.. rt Kock i
. .taj Sarpy
.. a Scott's HlufT 'J
. sjSeward 10
.. .")"hei iiian . . 6
. . ojshernian
..l:Siux .. 2
. . -'(Stanton :i
. . 2iThayer s
. . JlTliomas 'J
.. 2;Thuitou 4
.. S'Vallev 4
h Washington ... 7
Haye.- 3 ebnter
Hitchcock 4 Wheeler
Holt Si York
Xo vote returned.
It is recomended that no jroxies
be addmitted t th" convention.
ind that the delegates present be
inthorized to east the full vote of
It is further recomended tlwit the
tate central committee select the
temporary organization of the -in-vention.
John C W'atsdx,
'AIr..M. SKKLV, Chairman.
ilanclles the liuestot Unties;, I'lnetoiis, Carts, Spring
Carriages and other vehicles that are
The largest line in Cass Comity, ot double and single harness at
E rices so low that it will pay you to come 20 miles and inspect stock
etore purchasing elsewhere. DAVID MILLER an experienced
ivorkman has charge ot our harness shop.
Plattsmoutn. and Weeping Water
F Q Tmiom C2
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete line of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
DSUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at sill Hours
TK. Atr K
THE POSITIVE CURE.
ELY BKOTHKRS. 64 Wunn St, New York. Price 60 Ota,
HOWTO REACH THE NORTH POLE.
We may seem fully entitled to
I raw the conclusion that a current
is constant I)' ruiitiiiiif across the
polar region somewhere north of
Kran. Josef Land from the sea
north of the Siberian coast and
Herin Strait, and into the sea be
tween Spitsbergen and Greenland.
Since such a current exists, the
most natural wtiy of reaching1 the
North Pole, or a point quite near it,
must be to enter the current on the
side where it run's northward, that
is. somewhere nesir the New Siberi
an Islands, and let it carry one
straight across those unknown re
gions which it has prevented so
many from reaching.
I shall build a wooden ship as
small and as strong as possible; it
shall be j ust big enough to carry
provisions for twelve men for five
3' ears, besides the necessary coal; a
vessel of about 'JiK) tons v;?J si i nice.
The most important
feature of the ship will be that she
shall be built on such lines as will
give her the greatest power of in
sistence to the pressure of the lloe
ice. I Ier sides must not be perpen
dicular, as those of ships genersilly
are. but must slope from the bul
warks to the keel; or. to use a
sailor's expression, her "dead rise"
must be made great, so that the
iloes shall get no hold of her when
they are pressed together, but will
glide low n ward along her sides
fiml under her. thus tending to lift
her out of the water.
With this vessel, and a crew of ten
or twelve strong and well-picked
men. besides an equipment for live
years as good in all respects as
modern appliances can afford, I
think the enterprise has a good
prospect of success.
BOIES ON CORN
This is from Governor Boies' New
i or k banouet speech, in which he
siaieu mat tne entire value or ine
crop when marketed had averaged
for five years SIXTY-SKVKN
CKNTS AN ACWK I.KSS THAN
TIIK ACTl'AL COST OF I'k'O-
"The actual cost of producing
this ceral, the most profitable of all
that are raised within that stat
lias, (luring tlie same period, ex
ceeded tlie entire value ol tlie crop
when harvested, savimr notliintr
whatever of income from the cap
ital invested in the land required
to produce it."
"WHAT IS TRl'K OF TIIF: PK'O-
DrCTION OF CORN IN IOWA
IS KOUAIJA' TKl'K OF A 1,1, TI 1 1
(IKKAT STAPI.KS RAISKD ON
II KR FARMS."
Think of the effect of such state
incuts at the money center of tin
country b' a man who is supposed
to fairly represent the stale. The
slander, for il can be called nothing
less, is looked upon ;is a statemei t
of fact by the eastern capitalist
who will see to it' that none of hi:
money tinds lodgment in so poor
and unfortunate a state as Iowa is
said to be by its own democratic
governor. Now this same gover
nor g'oes before the people whose
homes he has slandered and adver
tised abroad of failures, and asks
(hem to again place the sceptre of
the chief executive of the great and
wealthy state of Iowa in his hand:
for twoivears more" Will they do
it'r If possessed of the intelligent
ot a Sandwich Islander or .African
Hottentot they will bur- Mr. Boies
under on avalanche ot votes in
(JAMthl.M-; : -toves
Cleaned and Repaired at
w . ii k m i ) i; i;s II A R I ) W A R V)
. V Math ol.i .-t;tii!
SA riSFAC HON .l ARAM 1 1 1).
1 -T.T ""J;--
I 'oust Mill I V ke-l . Oil llUIHl I-vtTVtliill
yor. iH--.i Ui fiiiiiisli your iimiKc.
( HIINKII MX'lll AND MilN hi IlKKT
I u. It-n t ut
1 N T E R N AT I O N'AL
A strictly first i;i utiieli tn. fnll wjtrrn.it
.d. Madi- 'I'.iim tin- very lifst niitti-rcil ly
-kilii-d uorkiiD-n, and witli tlx-lit-st tixils It. at
i;ivc -vi-r Im-i-ii ilcvli'd for tin- inrHiHa. War-ranti-il
r il all that run hi- n-:isii.ally t-x-nei-tfd
of the very ht-st 1 ypcwrlti-r rxtant.
t'aiiahlf ol wiiiui( .mi words r in in u t - -ir
ir'ore--a'i'rdiii( the ahlllty of t lie ii'rr.
L'17, nl'.t, sil mid VI .mi s
I lii i'erkJiS lias In -eli tin mius.1 hi
unv lied fioiii top u -u.'
:v ..in- the best Imtel.- in 1 1 tt.i
.;trit- 's will ! t.rtkf liv tin- t-U it
100D BAR CONNECTED
! flDCQU CD
The 5th St. Merchant Ta
It there is no mn'ut in your town addresi tlie
TIIK I'AKIfcll M'K'ti I'd.
Auents A'anted 1'aiinh fS. V.
F. ii. kSEKLKMIKE, Aient.
I .inrolo, Neb,
Kt-i it hiiH Line i
4.11 orders left with County CleV will t
receive prompt attention.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
oi'il ' t our I ii i ei .-p
List ot Letters.
Remaining unclaimed in the Post
Office at Plattsmoiith. July 1TJ,
lH'.il, lor the week ending July l.":
Persons calling for any of the
above letters will please sav 'acl-
verlised." II. J. Stkf.kiht, I. M
An ImproTemnit in Tunneling-.
The frequent and serious difficulty ex
perienced in the operations of tunnel
ing, namely, the subsidence of the sur
face after the completion of the work,
has lately been found to be preventable
by a simple system resorted to by a Lon
don contractor, by the use of which no
ground outside the actual section of the
subway in hand need be disturbed. The
system in question comprises a series of
steel bars placed side by side with the
excavation so as to form a complete tem
porary lining and support to the roof,
and within this series of bars the perma
nent brick arch of the tunnel is built.
The bars used in this work are ten feet
long, six inches wide, and two inches
thick, being provided at their edges with
longitudinal grooves, by means of which
each is linked to the next one in such a
way as to admit of separate longitudinal
motion, and yet to prevent lateral sepa
ration. The bars are inserted in the
same manner, as well as supported, as
ordinary tunnel bars, the ground being
excavated only the exact section of the
tunnel, plus the trifling thickness of the
After the brickwork has been built
within thein the bars are separately
pushed forward by- jaekferews as the
earth is excavated fur the succeeding
length. The bars are provided with longi
tudinal tubular cavities, through which
grouting or other filling material may be
introduced from time to time to fill
the space left vacant by the advancing
bars between the top of the lining arch
and the earth above and around, this
preventing any subsidence. New York
HILIP TH EI ROLF
Has Opened up Tlie
Fitest.- Clean st, Coist
IN TINv CITY
Where may be found choice wines
liquors sind cigars.
ANIIKTSKR BLSCH BKF.R.
BASS' AI.K WHITK I,AHKJ
always on hand. i
COk'NKK OK MAIX AND KOIKTII ST.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
ill. A. WAfBMAK k SON
iPINP LUMBER !
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Can supply everw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
P. J. HANSEN
Ap l-luino lio'k- H t 't-;T. net on
sir, ii I iy my 'orwt. lielt- B-iilie-. ( 'nrl -is
w incun iiiif 1 1 1 j n - ut. lii' jiw.i. ,
Bridi"an 371 I'.'way Y.
Delicious. BDarkhnff. au.l
lppeUzing. Sold by all dealers. A beautiful Pictaro
B'x.lc and cardi cent PR KB to any one sending
address to tlie U.K. iHRKd CO.. Philadelphia, Fa.
C1-ti ami beautitkfc the heir.
Promotes m luxuriant growth,
KTer Fails to Ken to re Gray
Hair to its Youtliful Color.
Cures sa.'p d '- & hair laiiuig.
STAPLE AND FANCY
QUEEN SWA UE
The frequently quoted "I do not pin
my faith upon your sleeve," is traced in
sentiment to feudal times, when the par
tisans of a leader used to wear his bade
pinned upon their sleeves. Sometimes
these badges were changed for specific
purposes, and persons learned to doubt,
hence the phrase, " You wear the badge,
but I do not intend to pin my faith on
. k . t C nrur Tom .
... , Jfc'hi'Ky. I ui i. .on.
i rt t'C.VftfS. Tf.f L-nlv n.ircawfijr Cortn.
. , - . ..: J - i;,-L.-t-, or Jl'SCOX CO., J. V.
. r"t n, 'I nk.- in time. SUc-ia. u x u "
Dr. Grosvenor's h
Ta I I h
tin- I'ulile Solicited.
jron pain. ,
RhMmatistii. nmralflifL. nlwrwyana lambjutoi
rirwi at onc-e. i-mm for nti ot an I'mfciM-.
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