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FKIDAY. OCTOHKR. . 1801"
Kor Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
A. M. POST of Platte.
For Kegeuts of the State University.
II. P. KHUM WAY of Dixon.
C. H. MAKI'MS of Leu
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
Kr Clerk of the District Court :
For T.easurer : ,
L. C. KICKIIOKF.
For Sheriff :
Kir County Cleik :
For County J ude :
For County Superintendent :
J. lv. LKYDA.
For Coroner :
J. I. LTNRUH.
For Surveyor :
A. C. MAYKS.
For Commissioner Kiret listrict :
S. Y. DUTTOX.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
The republican party of the tate
of Nebraska tfive renewed expres
sion of its devotion to the prinei
ples of the republican party and de
clares that tho.se principles, aw ex
pressed, by the national republican
convention, should be the strong
point of union between all repub.
1 r:i 11 n in the state f Nebraska.
We congratulate the people iipolMtlie
the marvelous prosjerity attending
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the development aim ;nv m wi mv
state of Nebraska during its twenty
four years of statehood under re
publican administration, and which
lias brought us to the front raidv
among the leading states of the
union; and we can fearlessly assert
that no state which has been con
trolledby democratic power,during
any considerable time of the same
period, can compare with us in the
economical management of public
affairs, in the rapid ratio of increase
in population, wealth and general
prosperity, notwithstanding the
fht there are within the
1 number of j
ho took ad-
lmrrlprn of the state a
ri;j-iili'il ii-rsoiis w
vantage of the general financial de
pression which swept over the en
tire country to pave their way into
temporary prominence by declaim
in against the welfare of our peo
ple ami slandering the fair name of
our state. The rains from heaven
ami the rich soil, vigorously culti
vated by the energetic hands 01 our
farmers, have prodncedsuch bount
iful crops and such unrivaled pros
perity that shall silence all calam
ity talkers and add to the strength
and enthusiasm of the republican
We congratulate President Harri
son upon his eminently wise, loyal
and courageous administration, and
declare our absolute confidence in
his integrity, ability and patrio-
tism. and pledge him our cordial
support in the discharge of the
duties devolving upon him as the
chief magistrate of the nation.
We rejoice in the restoration of
dignit3r, vigor and statesmanship in
the conduct of our foreign affairs
under the guiding hand of Amer
ica's favorite son. james G. Blaine.
We approve of the silver coinage
act of the present administration,
by which the entire product of the
silver mines of the United States is
added to the currency of the people,
but we denounce the democratic
doctrine of free and unlimited coin
age of silver as a financial policj
liable to precipitate the people of
every city and every state in the
Union in" a prolonged and disas
trous depression, and delay the re
vival of business enterprise and
prosperit- so ardently desired. and
now so apparently i:ear. The free
and unlimited coinage of silver
would tend to the hoarding of gold
and to force the use of cheap money
in the payment of wages in every
workshop". mill, factory, store and
farm, and tend to the scaling down
of the wages of the toilers and
weakening the purchasing' powerof
the dollar which would be used to
purchase thepn ulucts of the farmer.
We are in tevor of having everj
dollar as good as any other dollar.
We demand the maintenance of
the American system of protection
to American ind'ustry and labor, the
policy that has been identified with
ever' period of our uationa pros
peritv. " . .
We admire the genius of that
heroic statesman. W illiam McKin
Iey. Jr.. whom the people of Ohio
will make their next governor as a
recognition of. his magnificent ser
vices to the country. We also com
mend and endorse that policy of re
ciprocity b which the Central and
South American nations and the
Spanish Indies are belong opened up
to our trade upon favorable terms
and by which all the surplus
products of our country may find a
market apdjtiy which all our people
shall receive in exchange therefore
a Iongline of products which do
not produce ruinous competition
to the pr...
. t of
the country. K
We favor cjii
prevent all ' i
legisluort as will
and unjust exactions by aggregated
capital and corporate powers. We
insist upon the suppression of all
trusts, combines and schemes de
signed to artificially increase the
price of the necessaries of life.
vc rp.r:inl the world's Columbian
exposition as an important event in
the worms nisiory, .iu "
hearty sympathy with every effort
to make it a success. We should
make a creditable exhibit of
Nebraska's products, and we favor
an additional appropriation by the
next legislature for this purpose,
that our prosperity and greatness
may be fully exemplified. W e take
pride in this state We recognize
that its growth and power, its pros
perity and good name have been
the fruits of its industrial people,
and we believe in such policies,
state and national, as will promote
justice and widen the opportunities
among these classes. To their sup
port in tne future, as in the past, we
pledge our most intelligent judg
ment and most sincere endeavor.
We denounce the Grand Island
platform of the democratic party as
framed with the deliberate purpose
to mislead and deceive; wherein
sympathy is expressed where none
is felt; wherein help is proposed
where none is rendered; wherein
purposes are avowed which are not
entertained. In support of this in
dictment we point to the pretended
friendship for the soldier, while at
the same time the democratic party
has always proclaimed against the
'ranting of liberal pensions; to the
Tree silver plank, intended to deceive
.1 -....-0 ( .-. unil ntilim-
1 Hit- Biiijnii(.ifi w v - -- .
j ited coinage of silver, when it is
known that many 01 me if.iun i
the party are opposed to the doc
trine; to the failure to give the re
lief from exhorbitant freight rates
while it was afraid to either ap
prove or censure the action of its
acting alien governor for vetoing
the Newberry bill.
Ye denounce the democratic
party for its insinuations against
the integrity of the supreme court
of the state as an effort to make the
judicial powers subordinate to
political parties and as disgraceful
to a political organization.
We denounce the democratic
party for its double dealing with
tii. ciuii uiirl itolitical riirhts of the
people, wherein it appears to favor
4f.. wi iitii f-'i niinr'if'ii riru 110110 a
1 1 v ewv .. ..-- -
stuff of Nebraska, but never
raises its voice against the political
outrages practiced agaiu-st the re
vnicrH. white and black.
throughout the democratic states of
We arraiurn the democratic part'
as the enemy of labor, scheming to
k.-.iL- .inurn I tie defense of orotec-
lws. to block the wheels of
i.winufrv mill to detrrade the
masses of the people a party con
trolled 03' aristocratic anu enwno.
i.wiuiw;, tiie li'frsicv of slavery.
The republican party of Nebraska
appeals to the intelligence and to
the inteirritv of the people of this
t..t ....,) f .-!. .ill ii-nod citizens we
nidic ci jiv4 ftivriK
nuin cijiu ft
Baby M'KEK to Baby Cleveland
"Keep off the white house grass.
Protection and reciprocity go
hand in hand.-. This suits the peo
ple. Let the democrats rant.
The farmers can now buy more
fnr m, !av' labor than was ever
oossible before. The signs of the
times indicate that the- appreciate
tliSu ol --! f sitt:iiS and will be
heard from in November.
A GREAT many of the independ
ents are begiuning to wonder if
tiiuir i-.--.!l 1 - liavc been led into .the
ipinnrralic eamtj. Indeed, when
they all vote for the same eaudi
dates it begins to look that way.
The republican ticket which
heads this page county, judicial
and state does not contain a name
that is unworthy the vote of every
member of the party. And it is
evident that a stromr. enthusiastic
and harmonious pull is being made
to elect the entire ticket.
In nominating Judge Chapman
to succeed himself as judge of tJie
second judicial district the reptib-
i;-m rnnvMitinn iicted purely mac
cord with the wishes of the repub
lican party. Cass county recog
nizes that she has no man that is
better qualified to fill the position
and Otoe county, in continually
supporting our candidate, doubtless
recognizes in hint an able; honest,
THEY KNOW HIS CALIBRE.
The people of Nebraska know a
few things about J. W. Kdgerton
which Vrill keep them from giving
him their votes for judge of the
They know that he has been tryj
big to practice law for thirteen
years without being able to make a
living at it.
They know that he has been a re
publican. a democrat, a union
labor man ami an independent
within .five years, and has been a
candidate for something at the
hands of every party of which he
has ever been a member.
A-aced the legihlatu.., ..jt
- 1 f t ..'.I.... r -i 1- i
Hie uiuqirimiio ! j - -r
They know that as a lobbyist he
represented, a local monopoly ami
assisted in the defeat of a measure
which the farmers of the state
sought to enact into a law.
They know that he joined hands
with other defeated candidates in
the effort to steal offices to which
they were not elected and bolstered
his claim up by the most brazen
They know that he stood ready to
pocket the contest fees voted to lnm
by the legislature, altnougn ne
knew there was no sort of grouna
for attempting to unseat Attorney
They know Kdgerton is entirely
unlit by education, miicikih.. ....
associations for any judicial ollice
above that of justice of the peace
Thev will know more about mm
to his discredit before the campaign
is over from his own lips it he con
tinues his harangues on the stump
and attempts' to explain away the
unsavory record lie has made 111
Stromsburg and South Omaha.
TllE Cincinnati Knquirer, speak
ing of the sugar bounty clause of
the new tariff law makes the follow
ing rediculous statement:
'So we pay bounty an unconsti
tutional and outrageous perform
ance on its face of something like
$18,0)0.(X)0 a year. Where do we get
that $18,(XX),C00? Do we pick it off of
currant bushes? Bo we find it in
the street? The people pay it.
The' pay as much for their sugar
as they ever did." '
This money is not picked "off of
currants bushes' certainly not.
It is paid out of the U. S. treasury.
But for every $18 paid the Amer
ican farmer for growing sugar
beets. $55 is saved, by taking the
duty off imported sugar. The out
rage of which the free trade organ
speaks'consists in placing a tax
for a revenue duty is always a tax
of $55,000.)00 per year upon a com-
nodity which we cannot produce
in sufficient quantities out wimn
every family must use.
Tlie rennhlican nartv. true to the
orinciple of encouraging home in
dustry.pays the American producer
of sutrar two cents bounty per
0011ml. In this wav our farmers
are encouraged to diversify their
products, employ more labor and
at the same time produce a staple
commodity for American use. It
is noticeable that every move of
the republican party that seeks to
encourage American industries
;md thus cripple foreign mono
polies meets witli rediculous op
position of which the clipping
from this organ is a sample. ,
Congressman Bryan does not
favor Kdgerton because of his fit
ness for the position to which he
aspires. He knows perfectly well
that to elevate him to that exalted
position would have a tendency to
rob it of the dign ty that snouid
characterize it; but simply to give
flavor to his spleenetic envy and
jealousy he yields to this dishonor
able method of knifeing the repub
lican party. The giddy congress
man will awaken to the fact hw.
ever, that honest loyal democrats
prefer to maintain the dignity and
atai;i;tv of our lii rhest court of
justice by voting for Judge A. M
We want every mother to know
that croup can be prevented. True
ruin never aimer without a warn-
imr The!first symptoms is hoar-
Oie child aonears to have
iMkei'i cold or a cold may have ac
companied the hoarness from the
c.4.,-t Afir flmt n iM-uliar rouirh
cough is developed, which is fol
lowed by the croup. The time to
act is when the child first becomes
hoarse; a few does of Chamberlain
Cough Kemedy win prevent me at
tack. Even after a rough cough
has appeared, the disease may be
jrevented by usingthis remedy as
directed. For sale by F. G. Fricke
Vc Co. Druggist.
S. II. Clifford. New Castle, Wis
was troubled with neuralgia and
rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. . Three bottles of
Klecttic Hitters cured him.
Kdward Shepherd. Harrisburg.
111., had a running sore on his leg
of eight years' standing. Used
three bottles of Klectric Hitters and
seven bottles Hucklen's Arnica
Salve, and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five
large fever sores 011 his leg, doctors
said he whs incurable. One bottle
Klectric Hitters and one box Buck
leu's Arnica Salve cured him entire
ly. Sold bv F. G. Fricke & Co.
The M. P. K. K. will sell tickets to
St. Louis and return Oct. 3 to 10th,
good to return Oct. 12th. on ac
count St. Louis fair. it $11 -"50. plus
."iO cents admission. Train leaves 10.
55 a. in. only one change ami direct
connection. - ' 1
II I W V.
and the h.t .
j Ilaller's Barb ,
j most wonderful
j heal such wounti
' only three times nr,
i completed healed..
for all sors, outs, tru.
wounds. For sale by -all
A Cure for Paralvsl.
Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind.
Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Pinson,
whose wife had paralysis in the face
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. To their great suprise
before the bottle had all been used
she was a great deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one ide;
but the Pain Balm relieved all
pain and soreness, and the mouth
assumed its natural shape." It is
also a certain cure for rheumatism
lame back, sprains swellings and
lameness. 50 cent botties for sale
by F. G. Fricke & Co., Druggists. j
That Hacking Cough can so quick-!
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We
guarantee it, Por faie oy ft.
Fricke and O H Snyder. 1
Kly's Cream Balm is especially
dapted as a remedy for catarrh
which is aggravated by alkaline
dust and dry winds. - W'. A. Hover.
My catarrh was very bad. For
thirty years I have been troubled
with it have tried a number of
remedies without rebel. A drug
gist advised Kly's Cream Balm. I
have used only one bottle and I can
say I feel like a new man. I make
this voluntary statement that
others may know of the Balm.
J. W. Mathewsou, (Lawyer), Paw
tucket, R. I.
Capt V7A. Abbett, who has long
been with Messrs. Precival and
Hatton, Real Estate and Insurance
Brokers, Des Moines, Iowa and is
one of the best known and most re
spected business men in that city
says: "I can testify to the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Having used it in my
family for the past eight years, I
can safely say it has no equal for
either colds or croup." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
Some of the most startling, in
tersting discoveries of the life and
customs of buried F3gypt are now
beinir made through extensive exca-
vnttions. These discoveries are
a irreat interest. Many
discoveries are, however, being
maiic in nnr country that are re
markable, among which we may
mention that of Ilaller's Pain Para
ich effects entire relief, and
in muntr naf com rjlete cure of
that terrible disease rheumatism,
and which also relieves pain of all
iritiHa Fnr sale bv all drucrerists,
Constantly keeps on band everjthin
you need to famish jour house.
CORNER BIXTH AND MAIN 8TBKET1
Plattsmout - Neb
MIKE SHNELLB ACKER.
Wagon and Blacksmith shop
Wagon, Buggy, Machine nnd
plow Repairioa done
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
He uses the
Which is the best horseshoe for the
farmer, or for fast driving, or for citj
purposes ever invented . It is so made
that anyone cf.n put on sharp or flat
corks, as needed for wet and slippery
days, or smooth, dry roads. Call at
bis. shop and examine the neversmf
and you will Use no other.
J. M. SHNELLBA CKER.
12 North Fifth St. Plattsmout h
217. 219, 221 and 223 Main St,
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
H. M BOKS, Proprietor.
lhe Perkins has been thoroughly
renovated from top tc bottom and. a
00 w one of the best hotels in the state.
Boarders will he taken by the week at
14.50 and up.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
A UE THE
In all tint goe to make up a first
. their stoves in
0 A."R, - LOAD - LOTS
and thus are enabled to undersell all competitors.
T7Tfty-OrG Sample Stores,
ON EXHIBITION -A-T OUR STORE
The Radiant Home and celebrated Jiound Oak are their Specialty.
This linn has the ex
clusive agency of the
tinware guaranteed for
A large line of
" V 1 f If '
The Place for bargains in ev ery department of our
llr TTCM ll'TU
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - ,
NEW LUMBER YAAR
J. D. fiUAVES & cO-
DOORS, BLINDS.and all building material'
Call and see us at the corner of
1 IRIm street, one block
jm. j. ,m.m. - -- '
north of Heiscl's mill.
Everything to Furnish Your House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Havin- Durchased the J. V. AVeckbach store room on south
Main street where I am now located I can ee 1 goods cheap
er than the cheapest having just put m the largest stock
of new goods ever brought to the c,ty. Gasoline sto.e
and furniture of all kinds sold on the installment plan.
1; ft pgicp & G2
WILL KEEP C05&TANTL? ON HANI)
. . A Full and
lw if Vur onfilTIVE C URE.
ir-rTP?r3, & 1 1VT. V
clas line ot Hardware. TlieyvW
They also carry a
fine assortment of car
penter tools, Cutlery
and shelf hardware,
Prices have been cut
right down to
mammoth stock of
Complete line of
Paints, and Qjls.
AKD PURE LIQUUK5
Compounded at all Hours
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. a Vn. Price 60 dm
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