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HAD F0KT1IE LAWMAKER
THE GERMAN BARON'S DIFFERING
POINTS OF VIEW
HI Dliillke tor None; lender. Our (lot
Him Into Trouble - He Y a Strong
Arivuciitx of the Law but Oldn't Tliluk
It Applied to II I Ce.
Freilierr Marsrliall von liitx'cstein.
the state Bwrrtary for foreign affaire,
who accompanied hi itiirial master
the Uenuan emperor on his trip to
limit iritam. while a member of the
reichwta in very unexpectedly
found himself in an PinbarraHsiiig gitu.'t
tioii, iu a result of his activity in Peciir
iiiK the p;isHc of a law relating chiefly
to the JewB. the utory ol which was re
lated yeHteiday ty Mr Moses Oppen
heiiner. of 3 Broadway
1 have met the baron many a time,"
said Mr. Opienheimer, "at the Mann
heim Chess club, of which we both were
members He is an Hinlwtioas man
and was much pleased wlien he was, in
1878. elected to I he reichstag. the first
ultra-Couservati ve member that had ob
tained a victory in Haden. He was very
active in the (xerman parliament, being
one of the brightest, as well as the most
aggressive, men in that rather dull con
glomerate, the ultra-Conservative party
His prominent participation in the enact
ment of the antinsury law resulted in
rather funny complication.
"I happened to know personally the
other actor in the story, and I have my
information directly from him His
name was Louis Altheimen. a well-to-do
Hebrew residing in Mannheim and liv
ing on the proceeds of a snug fortune
which he had amassed in his youth in
the United States
CALLED THKM BLOODSUCKERS.
Althenner's 6peciaJty was to lend
money to officers of the army, to officials
nd others of that class erf society on
their promissory notes. His regular
charge was 12 ier cent, per annum. He
would of course, accommodate only
people who seemed to be good pay. As
a rule he would extend the note from
time to time on navment of the interest
provided he had no fear of buffering u
'In those days Baron Marschall's fa
ther was yet alive and in possession of
his moderate estate. The young prose
cuting attorney had to get along in the
main on his rather modest salary. He
managed it pretty well until he had
wnne trouble with a young woman. It
would never do for the rising young
courtier and conservative statesman to
have the 6catidai made public, and to
hush it np about 5,000 marks in cash
was absolutely required. The baron en
tered into negotiations with Mr. Alt
beimer and secured the loan of his note.
The interest was paid promptly, and the
little bill was extended several times
without any difficulty
Iu advocating the antiusury bill in
the reichstag Baron Marschall delivered
a vehement speech against blood suck
ing usurers, especially those of Hebrew
descent. The law as passed, largely
owing to fliarschau s persistency, was
exceedingly vague in its provisions, leav
ing it practically to the discretion of the
courts to say whether in any giveD case
the taking of more than 6 per cent- was
criminal usury, punishable by impris
onment at hard labor and by fine.
VVOLli NOT RENEW
The session of the reichstag closed;
the baron returned to Mannheim and re
sumed the duties of his offi'.e. Mean
while his note for 5.000 marks, held by
Mr. Altheimer, was soon to fall due. The
baron wrote a note to his creditor, ask
ing him to call and arrange for an exten
sion of time under the usual conditions.
Altheimer replied briefly in writing that
under the new antiusury law he did not
feel safe in continuing to lend money in
his former way, and therefore proposed
to go into some other business, where
bis capital would yield him legitimate
profits. He notified the baron that the
note would be presented for collection
'This turn of affairs was embarrassing
for the young statesman He wrote
again to Mr. Altheimer, saying that the
usury act was never intended for cases
like his. and could uot apply to their re
lation He urged a renewal of the note
as a perfectly .safe and sensible transac
tion. "A reply soon came from the Hebrew
acknowledging the baron's good inten
tions as well as his legal acumen, but at
the same time pointing to the fact that
the interpretation of the law was left
entirely to the courts
"'Under those circumstances, Alt
heimer continued. I do uot feel dis
poned to put my ueck into the halter. 1
cannot renew your note. Von have been
accommodated so far by one of the
much abused Hebrew usurers at his
own terms. Your jopularity and your
position will probably induce some of
your Christian friends to lend you the
amount without security on perfectly
"Mr. Altheimer's note, it is needless
to add. was promptly paid. Marschall
subsequently became the diplomatic rep
resentative of the grand duke ot Baden
at Berlin, and still later he was appoint
ed under secretary of state in the for
eign office, filling the place formerly oc
cupied by Count Herbert Bismarck."
New York Sun.
No Fwe Lunch iu England.
Free lnnches are unknown in England
An American who sees crackers or cakes
on the bar and nibbles one of either is
promptly surprised with a demand for
another two cents. There is a lunch de
partment in nearly every place, however
where for a few pennies one may get a
snack of bread and meat or cheese, the
bread and butter being invariably tht
subject of separate charges, as are pickles
and. in fact, everything except the con
tents of the cruet 6taniL Chicago Poet
A Cruel Reason.
He She's a remarkable girL Sb
doesn't hesitate to tell everybody that
she is twenty -seven. Don't you admire
her for it?
She No. because I kuowehe is thirty
AUttle irls Experience in a Light
house. Mr. ;iiid Mr.-", Linen Trr.-ctt ;i f c
keeper of the tiov. J,i h I li u.f :it
S.'iu.l Ht-iich Mich, ;ni! :iic lilr.-ml
with :i tlniiLvhtcr, four yc.irs. L:i."l
April .-he tiikeii down with Mcji-les,
followed with dreadful C oiiih iind
turned into i lever. loctor.- at
home and at Detroit treated, hut in
vain, he j;rrw worse rapidly, until
.-die was a inert'" handful of hones".
Then she tried Ir. Kind's New
Discovery and alter the use of two
and a half bottles, was completely
cured. They ay Dr. Kiu.s New
Discovery ,is worth its weight in
e;old, yet you may yet a trial bottle
tree at F. i. Frickcy Drugstore.
1 am an oll man ami have i.eeii a
constant sulfeier with catarrh lor
the last ten years. I am entirely
cured by the use of Kly's Cream
lialm. It is strange that so simple
a remedy will cure such a stubborn
disease. --Henry Hillings. I. S. I'en
sion Attorney, Washington, D. C
For eiyht years I have suffered
from catarrh, which affected 1113
eyes and hearing; I have eiiiplo3-cd
maii3' physicians without relief. I
am now 011 my second bottle of
lily's Cream Halm, and feel confi
dent of a complete cure. Mary C.
Thompson, Cerro Gordo, 111.
miss' Nerveand Liver PHIe-
Act on a new principle refzulatin
the liver, .stomach and bowels tluoagl.
the litrves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biliousness, bat. ttite,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Uue
qUHletl for men. women. children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 5' doses, 25c.
Simpla free at P. i. Pricke & CoV
The Createst Strike
Among the great strikes that of
Dr. Miles in discovering his New
I leart Cure has proven itself to be
one 01 111c niosi important. 1 lie tic
maml for it has become astonish
ing. Already the treatment of heart
disease is being revolutionized, and
man)' unexpected cures effected. It
soon relieves short breath. Mutter
ing, pains in side, arm, shoulder,
weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling of ankles. smothering
and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book
on Heart and Nervine Diseases,
free. The uucqualcd New Heart
Cure is-sold and guaranteed 1 " F.
G. Fricke A: Co, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, tits, sprees,
hot Hashes, nervous chills, opium
habit, etc. 4
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man
of Hurlington. O., states that he had
been under the care of prominent
pliysiciciiis, and used their treat
ment until lie was not able to gt t
around. They pronounced his case
to be consumption and incurable.
He was persuaded to try Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds and was not able
at that time to walk across the staeet
without resting. lie found, before
lie had used half of a dollar bottle,
that he was much better; he con
tinued using it and is to-day enjoy
ing good health. If you have an
throat, lung or chest trouble try it.
Ye guarantee satisfaction. Trial
bottle free at F. G. Fricke .Vc Co's
This remedy is becoming so well
and so popular as to need 110 special
mention. All who have used Fled
trie Hitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do al-
that is claimed. Klectric Hitters
will cure all diseases of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples,
boils, salt rheum and other affec
tions caused bv impure blood.
Will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all ma
larial fevers. For cure ot headache,
constipation and indigestion try
Klectric Hitters. luitire sat 1st act 1011
guaranteed, or money refunded.-
1'rice aOc and $1 per bottle at F. G.
Fricke & Co's drugstore. ."
Brown & Barrett dispense a
greater variety of Summer drinks
than any house in the city. tf
W ill be Given Away
Our enterprising druggists, F. G-
Fricke fc Co, who carry the finest
tock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet
articles, brushes. sponges, etc.. are
giving away a large number of trial
bottles of Dr. Miles celebrated Kes-
torative Nervine. lliey guarantee
it to cure headache, dizziness, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, t.ie
ill effects ot spirits, tobacco, cottee.
etc. Druggists say it is the greatest
seller they ever knew, and is univer
sally satisfactory. J hey also guar
intee Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure in
ill cases of nervous or organic heart
disease, palpitation, pain in side,
motherinir, etc. Fine book on
Nervous and Heart Diseases,"
f ree. -t
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fevet
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to eive satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For snle l? F. G. Fricke & Co.
Philip Krause will sell his goods
cheap till the 15th. of Augtist. in
order to make room for his fall
Wood For Sale.
Over a thousand cords of dry
wood for sale by Charley Ilemple.
Leave orders at Henry Weckback
& Co's. dtf
New Barn-New fatoek.
Klam Parmele has pushed his
waj- to the front as a livery man by
keeping nothing but the finest car
riages and buggies and best horses
to be found in the state. Those
want ing a satisfactory livery can't
do better than to call on Mr, Par
Notice is hereby given that I will
appl3 to the count3- commissioners
at their next regular meeting tor a
license to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors in the village of
Union. Cass county. Nebraska.
d&wtf. JOHX MOHLER.
HAVE THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
rVEKVTn.;-.:'? - FftiH - ANb - IN - SEASON
ATTK.M IO X KAKMLk' S
We want 3 our Poultry, Kggs, But
ter and your farm produce ol all
kintl, we will pay you the highest
cash juice as we are buying for a
lini in Lincoln.
THK I.F.ADING Gk'OCF.RS
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
ZUCK WEILER & LUTZ-
( -ui,cesoi s to)
SOKNNICHSKN A SCI I IKK.
Tl- W iii-tilnrtoii Av line
FLOUR AAd FKhJ).
We. pay no rent and sell for CASH.
You don'tjpay any bills for dead bents
when you buy of this firm.
The bent SOFT COAL always or.
5 COE.WERS 5
MEAT IE ART E
F. II. KI.I.F;NHAIT1, Prp.
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also fresh
Kjjjfs and Hutter.
Wild-game of all kinds kept in their
MSl.V 1 11 ."5 1 Kliti 1
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescript! 0x1 for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opiani Morphine nor
othr Xareotie substance. It k a hartnla Bubstitate
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothin; Syrupy, and Cantor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures coustipotioii and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regruh&Uf the stomach
and bowels, riving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's .Yauacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repe&teUly told me ol its
good effect upon thekr ohiklreti."
Db. G. C. Oaooon,
Castoria Is the bout remedy for caSdrea of
which I am acquainted. I hsrpe the day iwiot
far distant -bea nvXiwrs wflf ooosidar the real
fnterefit of tbeir chUdreo, and uso CaKtoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down thtr throats, thereby seodiug
them to premature graves.1'
Do. J. F. KrecTBEiXE,
The Centaur Company, 77
ErwuKDi & ncoi
Tllf J'lollet r llieli I.Hf.. ,,f
'nriy m full Mork of l" n.-mi
III. -I eh mi, I ,hC IV hM li 1 ii. - !, v.iy
cli !'. Hl-jhe-t ilie ..... Id
nil kind. ol fjiiin piodiitt. tl. i
eroiiH tri iitiii- ntand biir ,, ., ir,y
is the m-c! ft f our hiii'i i-m
Has 1, i.ooT.
WaiiL tii! ISUrkMiiirli .i...
Wagon. Huggy, Michin. ij.
plow UAtni' Hone
HOHSKSHOKINU A KPKClAbTY
Which i. the l..-Ht horscHlioi; for th
'itriuer, or for f-t diivniu. or for ritj
f.Ui.oeM ever invented. It i ho made
thht anyone c:.n put on nlnr or flit,
forks, hs needed br wet Hiid hlippcry
Uys, or Miiooth, dry road, ('all at
shop rtn.1 examine the- NKVKHHi.rp
iiid won will use ih other.
J. M. SHN HI. LI JACK Kit.
12 North Fifth St. PUf tuinoiith
lANl'PACTtJkKh OK AN1
WHOLESALE & RITA, I
riKAI.KK IN 'I UK
Iiif -! h;i(M'as ( niit'
PVL.L LINK of
TOBACCO AND SMOK KKS' AUTICLK
tiWHVHm utock. Nov. lNKf,.
f T.ot-Hl . nil lrHVll.r
A trood eliiiiife J .ut iiijhk it!
oii n-el no -;i. it.il to r.-iri-K(-i r ;l r-liHlle
linn tliat warruntx imrsci v -tuck llrst v;1sh and
irueto name Work rll the Year anil
Komi ny Weekly Ut enei f.-l u- men. 4iii.It
jiiifk. Hta:inr a. l L MAY St, CO.
ISiiiseryineii Floret Hlul .Seeumen, M I'aul Mill
I til' house is res)i,nMl,e.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Whn Baby vu Bick, wh gave her rotatoria.
When niie won Child, sho crietj for Castoria
When she became Miss, xtm eliin - to "u.strjt.
When she halChil!rn. s.-- . u-.- f hem i.jtiiori
Cntefia is sowll adapwl tochndrao tfaat
I reeotnowad it ae.uperiur toar preaarfptios
kuoa o to tLie.
IL A. Aanesa, M.
111 So. Oxford at ., Brooklyn, N. Y
Our pbysioiam in the cbildrBn's depart
ment have spokea highly of thutr erperl
eooe in Ueir eutside yraettae witri Catitoria
and altfcouaek w owly tiaw-e among out
medical swppUes what is known as reguhu
prrxhjcbs jet we are free to confeas that th
merits of Cutoria has won us to look wit
faror upcta it."
Uxitkd Hospital asd DirarsAT,
Allzs C. Smith, I'rrit
Murray Street, New York City.
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