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PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
WAKHIXtiTOX. J;im. '1 The public
debt HlatcmtMit iswur l. to;da3V-i
Jntcn-xt bc-ariu- h bt, fMfrSiriO;
incrtie debt, on which ioter-
ttt Jisir. c ji.sed, !r,fc!,.JH; ikrrease,
$&lG,.":iO; delt bearing no interest,
f!Srt".n2!.:-:or deereftse, "f 1,1 1 1, 710; a
irreiiate interest and non-intercut
)ii; ccr: i.ienlrri aim Treasury nown,
Cash in the treasury: Go'ulcoin
and bars, 27K,."),7.")(); silver dollars,
subsidiary coin and bars, $-110,97(5,-'M.i;
paper, Jl,2,2:iI.'tt2; bonds, minor
eoin, disbursing officers, balances,
deposits in national banks, etc.,
$',:.") 1,X IS. Aurcate, T.7,2 K,i:Jl.
Demand liabilities: Cold, silver
and currency cert ilicates, treasury
notes, !f."s7,H:?,'J.")9; outstanding
checks and drafts, uncurrent na
tion bank notes, dislntrsinr officers'
balances, etc., $4r,.W:,0l."; fjold re
served, $100,()X.'); net cash bal
ances. if:51,r74,rJH. Ajreate, f7."7,
:IM),4:$2. Cash balance in the treas
ury November 30. 1SS1, $i:i'.),l'0,917:
cash balances December 31, lX'.H,
.f i:M,."i71,l IS: decrease during the
THE PASS QUESTION.
The Interstate Commerce Com
mission tias rendered a decision
upon the perplexing railroad pass
question which holds that it is un
lawful to arrant free transportation DEMOCRATIC rule in Kentucky
to public officers or private citizens always comes liijrli, but she insists
on the ground that their rood will I upon retaining it,
Am I'liknnwn El Dorado.
Ilow many Americans have heard of
the 6tate of Guerrero? It is one ofthe
richest mining regions of Mexico, and it
la hjiM that its soil is a crust of silver and
j?lL - liere the fint miues were worked
by the Spaniard, and the country con
tains hundreds of abandoned mines to
day. It lies on the Pacific, and it U only
partially known. It had ono mine which
prxlueed 493,000 ounces of silver in a
few months, and it is surrounded by
prwit state which are now being for the
first time carefully investigated.
. Oaxaca, just below it, is now being
penetrated by the Mexican Southern
railroad, and this will bring a vast gold
bearing region into the market. The
state is one in which President Diaz wsrs
born, and it is the one which will be on
the Tehuantepec ship railway, if it is ever
completed. It has vast areas of good
laud, and I know a half dozen Americau
capitalists who expect to make fortunes
out of the coal fields which they tav
have been discovered in it.
Coal brings about twenty-six dollars a
ton iti City of Mexico, and there are said
to be fine iron deposits in near proximity
to these coal fields. The climate of all
this part of Mexico is very fine, and the
capitalists who would buy some of the
agricultural lands along this route would
mane a rortune. me public Janus are
The American people are rapidly
becoiniuir a rase of nervous wrecks
and the followtnr suirests, the
best remedy: alphouso lliimpflin',
of Duller, I'enn, swear that when
his son was spechless from st. Vitus
Dance Dr Miles great Restorative
Aervmir cured htm. M rs. I. D.
Miller of Valnrai and. J. D. Taolnr,
f Ioansport, Ind each gained 20
pounds if an taking it. Mrs. II. A
Gardner, of Vastulr Ind, was cured
of 10 to 50 convulsions easy and
much aeadach, dizzness, bockach
and nervous prostiation oy one
bottle. Trial bottle and line boek of
Nervous cures free at F. G. I'ricke, &
Co., who recomends thisiinequailed
As well as the handsomest and
others are invited to call on any
druggist and get free a trial bottle
of Kemp's Dasam for the Throat
and'Ku ngs, a remedy- that is selling
entirely upon its merits and is
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic and acute coughs, asthma
bronchitis and consumption. Large
bottles 50c and $1.
Pronounced Hopeless, YeiSavcl.
From a letter written y Mrs. Ada
K. 1 1 u rd of Grolon, S. I)., we quote:
"Was taken with a badcold, which
seuieu tin my lungs, couim set in
Worth from twenty to forty-five cents and finally terminated in consump
an acre, and they will raise coffee ami "" hour doctors gave me up say-
is important to the corporation.
Such pass-holders, it is declared, do
not have any rights in that respect
over ordinary travelers, by reason
of their social or official positions,
and so it is an unjust discrimina
tion to carry them without pay
ment of the usual f ire. The com
mission is not willing, however, to
rule that it is illegal to grant
passes to newspaper men, hotel
proprietors and agents of compa
nies doing business with the corpo
ration. These classes stand in a
different light under the law, it is
pointed out, and may not unreason
ably claim to be rendering ii fair
return for the favor. This signi
fies, obviously, that the use of
passes to influence traffic is not
clearly forbidden, and may. per
haps, be justified as a proper busi
ness expedient. The reasoning by
which this conclusion is reached
does not entirely satisfy the intelli
gence of the average observer
when compared with the
no matter what
the cost. She only lacks ."); '),):;:) of
having money enough to pay her
bills for the past year.
Height of Cruelty
Nervous women seldom recive
the svnipathy they deserve
While often the pictures ot health,
they are constantly ailing. .To
with hold sympathy from these ttti-
fortuutes is the height ot cruelty.
1 hey have a week hearth, causing
shortneess of breath, fluttering,
pain in side, week and hungry
swells, and finally swelling of
ankles, sppression, choking, smoth
er m;r and dropsy. Dr. Allies Aew
Heart Cure is just the thing for
them. For their nervousness, head
ache, weekness, etc., his Restorative
Nervine is unequaled. Fine treatise
on" Heart ami Nervous Diseases"
and marvelous testimonials free.
Sold and fuaranteed by. F. G. Fricke
Travelers may learn a lesson from
Mr C. D. Cone, a prominent attorney
of Parker Dakota, who says: "I.
never leave home without taking a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cliol-
logic of I era and diarrhea Remedy with me
the other part of the decision; but
the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion is not supposed or expected to
be consistent, and the- law by which
it is governed permits a wide lati
tude of discretion in all cases.
There has been a good deal of
legislation with respect to railroad
legislation, but the corporations go
on granting them in greater abund
ance every year. They find that to
be one of the cheapest and most
effective ways to promote their
interests. The idea that they be
stow these favors fo purely com
plimentary reasons under any cir
cumstances is absurdly erroneous.
They distribute them with a strict
and on many occasions have ran
with it to inereiiet ot some suiierer
and have never knywn it to fail.
For sale by F. (J. I'ricke & Co. drug
The Cofct jf Italian Opera.
Talking of money reminds me that
Signor V ianei says he left the Paris
oiera, where he has been conductor for
the last four years, because the salary
was not larg enough and the work too
exacting. He received $3,400 a year for
ten mouths work, and very hard work
at that. He comes to America and geta
$3,000 for seven months. Mr. Abbey's
salary list is a formidable one. Miss
Van Zandt gets $1,000 a performance,
Miss Eames, $300; Lasalle, the French
baritone, $800; Mme. Albani, $600, and
five other smzers from $400 to ."00.
and systematic regard for the bene- There is a chorus of eighty, averairing
in io ue ueriveu. aim a pass never I ,u a weeir. or SSl.bUU. ana an orchestra
goes out unless it promises to yield
a good return. Iu this way many
excellent persons who . could uot
possibly be bribed with money are
induced to perform friendly service
to the railroad companies. There
is no direct understandingthat they
shall do so, but the obligation is
none the less certain, and the favor
is duly reciprocated when the
opportunity is presented. Legisla
tors, as a rule, accept all the
passes that are offered, and remem
ber them when they come to vote
upon railroad questions; and the
judges of the courts are not always
above the reach of such tempta
tion, as can be seen from time to
time in their decisions. It is well
understood that the practice is
abused, but no means have yet
been found to regulate it. The cor
porations shrewdly evade the laws
enacted to prevent them from
granting passes at their pleasure.
and it is practically' impossible to
keep men from .taking advantage
of a condition that seems to give
them something for nothing, when
in fact they usually pay more for it at i
last than the cost of transportation
would, amount to if they paid full
fare on every journey. Globe- j
costing $2,000 a week.'
The expenses of giving opera with
such a company cannot fall below $5,000
a performance, so that even at five dollars
for a parquet seat, the price for the
coming season, Mr. Abbey may not
make a fortune. The average cost of
the German performances at the .Metro
politan last season was $2,600. New
Tbo Wedding Flower.
The flowering of the "Wedding Flow
er," at Kew this year, is an event of more
than ordinary interest, both to botanists
and horticulturists. It is the giant not
only of the genus Iris, but of the whole
natural order to which it belongs.
. It is found wild only in a small island
off the east coast of Australia, thousands
of miles distaut from the habitant of any
other Iris. While all other Irises may be
grown out of doors, or with a little pro
tectum in winter, thi3 one is happy only
when treated to subtropical conditions.
Its value in horticulture is due as much
to its stature and elegance of foliage as
to the size and beauty of its numerous
The flowers last only one day, but there
are so many of them that the flowering
season extends over a long period.
This Iris is known far' and wide as the
we-JIing flower. -London Garden.
The trouble on the Texas border
is becoming more serious every
day. Garcia's men light and run
away. The government has sent
tkvo more companies from Wyom
ing and a large number of pack
moles. The governor of Texas has
called out all the state rangers, and
Adjutant General Mebrey' has Is
sued orders for them to look after
the state of Texas and not to mix up
in 'any international . matters, and
especially to learn the country and
to lind out Garcia's strongholds. .'
A Colleg President's Chase.
Harvard ine?t who attended chapel one
morning last wek were very much sur
prised to see President Eliot pursuing one
of the students as the men were leaving
the building. Those in the immediate
vicinity heard a very short but animated
conversation. "Young man," said the
president to the individual in question,
who turned around surprised, "young
man, exense me, but you have my hat."
It was indeed true. In the confusion of
leaving the chapel the student had picked
up the wrong hat and was making away
with the president's best tile. Boston
Gazette. . ' '" ' '
sugar and all kinds of grains.
This new railroad will, and does al-
Itady, tap the mining regions of the
ktate of Pueblo, which contain both
silver and gold, and one of the finest
specimens of gold ever brought into
Mexico City was shown to an American
business man there by an Indian from
this state about a month ago. It was a
nugget of solid gold as big as your fist
Hie American entered into a contra c
with the man for the development of the
region where it was found, and h
traveled with him on horseback f
several days, when the Indian told hi
that he had forgotten the place. Thu
was of course a lie. Cor. St. Louis Glube
The Illshop of Ierry.
The eloquent bishop of Derry has, I
hear, accepted an invitation from the
trustees of Columbia college to deliver
in New York city during Lent, 1892, a
course of lectures on "The Evidences of
Christianity." Remembering that the
right reverend prelate is nearing his sev
entieth year, it is not surprising, in his
letter to the bishop of New York accept
ing the invitation, to find him saying
that his decision required a good deal of
consideration, but he adds that it is a
source of pleasure to him to think ol
meeting his lordship "and many vener
able chiefs of the great and living brancb
of Christ's holy Catholic church across
The bishop, by birth an Irishman, was
graduated at Oxford, where lie wor
many distinctions, and he was Bamptor
lecturer in IS. 6. As a preacner he stand'
without doubt in the first rank, and hit
lectures are likely to find as wide a cir
cle of readers here as on the other side
of the ocean. Bishop Alexander was
most determined opponent of the prayer
book revision undertaken by the synod
of his church, and his action in walking
out of the synod hall after a solemn pro
test against the proceedings will not
soon De forgotten. .Manchester Guardian.
Care In Choosing Drinking Water.
More and more as a knowledge of
hygiene is spread will people be careful
as to the water they drink, for au im
pure article will as surely injure as im
pure food. A case m point is just re
ported of two deaths and twenty-four
cases of disease from drinking th
water of an old well in Milwaukee.
For a long time the well has furnished
the water for half a dozen families in
the neighborhood. About all the mem
bers this summer partaking of the well
water became " ill, and their ailment
aoon developed into typhoid fever.
Near by is a foul marsh, the water from
which is supposed to have worked itself
into the well and thus contaminated it,
causing these deaths and all the illness.
Probably the cost of the doctors' bills
and other expenses, together with the
loss of time, have ben many hundreds
of dollars, or quite ao-agh to have
brought clear water from some other
source. Herald of Health.
nig L could live out a short tune. 1
gave my self up to my Saviour, de
termined if 1 could not stay wilh
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
coughs and colds. I gave it a trial
took in all cigh bolt les; it has cured
me and thank God 1 am now a well
and hearty woman.'' Trial bottles
free at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s drug
store, regular size, 50c. and .fl.(A).
Some Foolish People
allow a colli; h to run until it trots
beyond the reach of inedicint
They say. "Oh, it will wear away
out in most cases it wears them
away. Could they be induced to
try the succesful Kemp's Balsam
winch is sold on a positive guar
antee to cure, they would see the
excellent effect after taking the firs
does. 1'rice ;h c and I. Irail size
free. At all drusrtrists.
OUR CLUBINCi LIST,
Hume MtKazine mid II p ! a i.l fi
I o't-ilo Kind mill IlKKII 2i
Harper's Mat'.., ne ami ii.i 4 t
harper's Ha..r;ii,(l Kk i.u . . 4 H
llaip-r'- Uerkly ami iKkai.h 4 t
low state lOKi.ilrr ami hucvi. 2
Western Kiustl unit Ukicami 2 x-
the Korum and IIkkai d r, ao
(J'ulie Peniiicrat and II ki'AMi 210
Inter Oeeau Hml liKUAi.r a M
AN K OF CASS COUNTY
Cor Main and Fifth mi rent.
aM up capital $"W (XX
Surplus 2b uu
J. H. Parnt le rresiileiit
frtxl dorrter Vice President
J. M. Patterson Caslieii
T. M. Patterson, At I'aHhlei
J. It. Panne!.', .1. M l'arterson. Kreil Corder
A. H. Smith J. It. Windham, II. H. Kainey am'
1 . in . 1 at re 1 sou
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Accounts HoIieite'V Interest .allowed or, tlm-
ii'tiosil" and prompt atli'iitiontiven to all tins
ness entrusted to its care.
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'atronage of the J 'ill die. Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plnttsmouth.
217. Sil!, 221 anil 22:) Main St.,
H. M EONS Proprietor.
IKST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK PLATTSMOUTH. NKlikASKA
Paid up capital
lho Perkins lias
renuyatuil from top
lo .v one of the best
$-1.50 and up.
hutcla ill til. btt
he taken by tin-
A Mystery Explained.
Ihe papers contain frequent no
tices of rich, pretty and educated
girls eloping with negroes, tramps
and coachmen. Ihe well-known
specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says
all such jjirls are more or less hys
terical, nervous, very impulsive, tin
oaianceu; usually suoiect to Head
ache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, im
moderate crying orlaugliing. These
show a weak, nervous system for
which there is 110 remedy equal to
iveslorative Aervine. lrial bottle.
and a fine book, containing many
marvelous cures, free at F. G. Fricke
Xc Co's., who also sell and guarantee
Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart
Cure, the finest of heart ton ics.Cures
fluttering, short breath, etc.
Good looks are more than ski
deep, deqending upon a healthy
condition of all the vital orirans
If the Liver be inactive' you have
a Julious l.ook, if your stomaclt
be affeeted 3011 have a Dvspeptic
Look and if hour Kidneys be effected
yov will have a Pinched Look. St
curs good health and you will have
good looks, Klectric Bitters is tbi
great alterctive and Tonic acts
directly on those vital organ
Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and
gives a good complexion, bold at
F. G. Fricke & Co's Drugstore, Wc
I used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
catarrh. It proved a cure. B. F. M.
Weeks, Denver. .
Ely's Cream Balm is especially
adapted as a retneby for catarrh
which is aggravated byr alkaline
dust and dry winds. W. A. Hover,
lean recommend Ely's Cream Bal
to all sufferers from dry catarrh
from personal experience. Michael
Ilerr, Pharmacist, Denver.
Ely's Cream Balm has cured
many cases of catarrh. It is in con
stant demand. Geo. . Hoot
Pharmacist, Cheyenne, Wy.
If the present .trouble in Texas
ml Mexico should develope into
lother resolution in Mexico, the
ers of the tTnit-d States will
;i large profit from th
d demand for their product
Cleaning m Marbl Statue.,.
Commodore Perry's marble : statue in
Cleveland, bttring acquired such a heavy
coating of smoke and soot as-to render it
nnsightly, was recently scrubbed; but
with ' the effect of making it look worse
than ever. The black came off the "high
lights," and1 the smudge is deepened in
tiie 'shadows. And. tbough the brave old
s.iilna never rh.l a mean thinir in hi lifp'
e in-jtiiev now tdl.-t of Kiiu'-i him coat of
rhitewas-. Cincinnati Times-Star.
Didn't Risk Anything.
Unlimited assurance is possessed by a
. young man from Tennessee, who lately
sought admission to West Point, and
thus closed his application to the super
intendent: "1 want only to study mili
tary tactics. I want to &tay three years.
I want forty dollars per month. At the
end of the term I want a position over
dome army of the United States. I want
you to send me a round ticket there and
back. 1 think 1 am both physically and
mentally qualified to fill the position. 1
will not be out anything, but I want the
position Please answer this." Yankee
Blade. , - .
Th Eiffel Tower in a Graveyard.
A good grocer of Dainery, in the de- 1
partment of the Marne, has astoniahed
his fellow townsmen by erecting , in the
local cemetery a family mausoleum of
cut stone shaped like the Eiffel tower.
This is certainly the first time the tower
bnilt for the exhibition has been copied
(ur a chnrchyard monument. Pall Mall
' Duel at lions.
Visitors to Bonn are, I hear, aghast af
the untoward consequences of the Ger
man emperor's dueling speech.- So many
bar bar? encounters have taken plac
during the last three, months that nearly ,
every student, one comes across has hi ;
face seamed and gashed in the most un
sightly manner. London World. . ,'
A' Kodak Gem. 1 ' ' '
. An amateur photographer caught a
young laay wno naa oeen eating joe
cream over, at the Poland camp ground
Snnday in the act of .lifting the well nigh
empty saucer to her rosy lips and drain
ing the last di ip of the melted creaiu
which had cox her best young man t
iime. Auburn (Masfi.) Gazette.
Are you made miserable by indi
gestion, constipation, dizziness,
loss of appetite, yellow skin.' M11-
loh's Vitalizer is a positive cure
For sale byr F. G.. Fricke &. Co.
I0CD BAR C02TITECTED
I J ft-f K"" (uwJ bv l'ck' Invnjhi 1 ubiflur Kar Cu-h-
i-.'Jtu-S C ion. WhUer iiejr.l. O.mt'nrlable
t-i'i eliil f.ri aIirt'f1ir.Hefail. PuiUl by K. Hiseoi, ot.lv. r-, rf
cC3 bnmiln!kjf Aejr lurk. Wulc fur UmA ot proullllLC
PARK K ft' ft
' iWM' 2Z?- Clew and b-au:i :"!. e.
. '' - Ji)M Cutis rculp diM-aat-s tt Imir taiiMiic.
--jS' Jl .aiilUa f Irurrltu --
: ivu-xr'a G-iimer 1'onie. - ifc eurun the uortii Couh,
ti'rak Lnn-ri, DWiilily. Iwliguition, J'mnlakc in time. .0 cu.
MjWr.EHCOf;?'". Tbr r.r?T Fi.rt- crr for rnms.
rsthevrry tHHt facilities for the promp
traiiHiiction of IlKltimHtri
Htoek. boniW. l'olit. iMivcriiment and lor-al e-
suritix bniinht uml sold. Di-posils rer-Hivfd
id interest allowed on llm certltlciiti-i"
i)rafts drawn, available in any part of the
United State and all the principal towrm ot
0OLLKCTIONH MA1IK AND I'ltOMITLY 11 KM IT-
Highest market price pid for C-itinty War-
ranis, Male ana i.ounry uuiiiir.
John Fit.i?ralrl I. Hawkuworth
Sara Vtij.'h. V. K. White
' tieorire VL. Povey
Jobu Fitzg-r&lit. WHiixh.
rrenidenl uar ter.
jST EW HARDWARE STQ R E
S. 15. HALL & SON
Keei all kinds of builders hard warn on hand
and win eupply contract ore 0:1 most lav
and :ill kinds o iim work promptly
d ine. orl-j! Pviii th i country Solicited.
1 arl i- t.
a tiiorouirh knov.Iedifn of tlo- natuial
laws wlilcli govern t!ie opef:iiir s ef (ipcst'iiri
and tultritton. ainl bv a can-till :-.!; l;tioii of
tlie line proper! id;! ff well selected t,'iKoa. ?.Ir.
Mips nas M-.)V:lci! our bicnKfat ta!i!e with a
(lelica'eiy llivoied beverage winch ;n iy fiv
us many heavy doctor' bills. It i by;the"judic-
1011s use 01 such article : diot th .t a coii--i
f nt ion niav be uradruillv built un until strong
enoudli to resist pi.iy 1 vilencv t. disease
lluniireds of sub:! ' ii. i..i- .ire lloatin 11
arounii us reaoy 10 atiacK v;i -in jr liere i a
week ixiint. We may eecane manv a fatal
shaft, by keeping ouiveives well lortideii wilh
pure liloo 1 and a properly nourished frame."
civil ervlce tiazette. rnatosi sanpiy with
loilin water or mi!k. Sold onlv in hall-i
rms, bv lrrocenes. labelled thur:
JAMEs EITS & DO.. Homd onathic Chemist
Loudon, linnlai d
THK CI'IIZKNS HANK.
plattsmoi;th - kkbuahka
jbjittal stock paid iu $3 0 0
Authorized Capital, SiOO,COO.
How Lost ! How Regained I
Th e Entire Stock of
Beloiiffinri: to A. Bach will he eold
reeardless of cost to sat-
SCHIFFM ANN'S Asthma Cure
Kemr fails to irie instant relief in the worst
cases, and ctTet-ta rare where other fall.
Trial r.rfcaxe I If EE ef Dranfita er kj Hail.
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The Peabody Ifedicat Institute has many imi
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The Science of Life, or Belf-Preservation, Is a
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every WEAK and NERVOUS man, and learn to
be STRONG . Medical lleview. (Copyrighted-;
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A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal "by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
1 Stock Raiser, and bjv every one requiring an effective
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No other ; application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it.
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