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PLATTSMOUTJI, NK Hit A SKA. WEDNESDAY. Al'Jtli, 20, 1892.
NUM BEtt 187.
A cream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all in leayetiintr strength
Latest U. S. Government food re
port. EW MEATMARKKT.
rresh Beef. Pork. Veal. Wiittoi', Eutter and
eggsfcevt c,,,,''aDl' oa "uu-
lame of all kinds kept in Season
SATISFACTION - OARANTEED
Cor. 6th St and Lincoln Ave
PLATTSMOUTII, - NEBRASKA.
I MEAT. HAREE-T
iJm, J W SIXTH 8TRBKT' .
The best of fresh meat alwava found
la this . market. Also fresh
Kgga and Butter. .
Wad ffasne of all kinds kept in their
i : . 7 season- .
V v Always has on band a tall etocs: 01
V , FLOUR AND FEED,, '
if Hay for sale as low as the lowest
b and delivered to any part of. lh-
Cty. .-. '
COKJMEK SIXTH AND TINE
BtASCVACTBHS 0T As
' ' f
HOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
roixusier. , .
TOBACCO AND SMOKIfl'lS ARTICLES
always, in stock .
W. H. Gushing,
Capital Paid in
F K Gutbtaan. J W Jotswa. 8 Grease!.
Hevnr Kikeobary; M w Morgan. J . . .
A Cenaer. W Wettenkaann. w , , .
HCUShlnK - V ,
A general banXing buajiies trans
acted. Interest allowed on de
pIRST : NATIONAL : BANK
or plattsmocpth, ireBfU-SKA'
Paj4 p eaptta4 t .... $v,oit,0o
fltirpl ' 10.BS.S
rtnvry beat nvrttltles for the .roM
trMMtlMi f litltinat -
Uahkihg ; Business a k
iU interest ' allowed1 ' the - eerUieeJe
DrlfudiiW. salable 1 ny Pfrt it
xu.ccTiurs mads Ajnj gjrti.T tSSOt'
ffAlflit-iftrke fjta f3 'tWMtf JJU-
Sai WmJu. F. . White
jhM rilKceraJ. W.hi
ghe gUtlsmouth jQcrald.
COKXEK OF VINE AND FIFTH STS
Vei.epuone 38. i
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Six months in advance. - 73
Three months in advance - - 40
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CLEVELAND'S fight against Gray
in Indiana, insures that Mate to the
republicans if the claimant, or any
one of the stuffed prophet's friends
Bewailing about "tariff reform
and shouting glittering generalities
about an economical administration
of the government, has long since
ceased to fool the people.
JUDGING from the Journal's tariff
pictures, the editor of our esteemed
Bryan silver democratic organ;
believes that the McKinley tariff
1 n w in rpsrrnsi!l for the bin corn I
crop of last year.
' GORMAN is the shrewdest politi
cian in the ' democratic party uni
versally so acknowledged by all
democratra'nd Gorman says that
"Cleveland cannot carry New , York;
and that the democrats cannot elect
their candidate without the Empire
Democratic, alleged statesmen
and editors continue 1 Jiowl for
"tariff reform,"' but they -do .not
specify, what they want. '. Changing
three,' or Vfour.'items in' the three
thousand pf the McKinly tariff law
is not much of a reform. v What do
you want gentlemen?,
The democratic house is incon
sistent in promptly passing a rigid
'"hmeae exclusion act and in then
, issing a bill to take off all duty on
t filthy and disease-infected wobl
e i lairs of Asia and the old world,
wiiich will be brought to this coun
try to be, .made . over into "cheap"
woolen clothingior American worki
ingmen. . '
"Now you ee the effects of that
monstrasity the McKinley bill in
this terrible weather. No such
weather would exist if we had a Sil
ver Billy Bryan president and a re
form tariff congress-. We tell you
people do not realize, the. fate that is
in atore for them,' if the tariff robbers
succeed in electing another presi
dent and defeating the immortal
Bryan" Editors democratic organs
in First district.'
Democratic predictions 'about
high prices as the result of . the Me
Kmley law having failed t be full
fiiled, the democrats are now shout
ing in a - chorus that the. reason
prices are low is that shoddey . is
used. There is not an intelligent
person in ': Cass county but knows
that BETTER goods can. bethought
for less money - to-day ia Platts
mouth than POORER goods before
the passage of the present tariff law.
It is the same old story of the last
thirty ". .yeara-democratic prediCT
tions . have , failed . ta materialize.
Within the next four.yeara thedemf
ocratic party will be claiming i that
it is the only genuine protective
tariff party in the country, as it now
claims to have piit down the rebel
lion,', resumed", . specie payments,
enacted the,secret ballot laws
rebuilt the navyv ..! : r .
CLAD9TONE ON "THfi THREE P's
In bis review of Mr, Henry Jepli
son's book on "The Platform; Its
Rise and Progress." Mr. Gladstone
has-' defined the privileges, -power,
and relations of the three great
agencies of government by the.peo
ple in" a , 'manner worthy the most
progressive and broadest states
man in Europe to-day. These three
agencies are thus indicated by Mr.
Gladstone in their historic se
quence: "As three . F's were the
watchword of the Irish tenant with
reference to Irish laud, and three
Rs are supposed to supply the
basts of education for the people,
so in the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries three P'shave denoted the
instruments by which British free
dom ha been principal- devel-
opeil and confirmed. These thrt-e
l"s are Petition, Press, and Plat
form. . Immediately after the re
form act the lirst of these was
chiefly in vogue; and the act for the
emancipation of the slaves was car
ried under the influence of a
national sentiment which owed its
manifestation to this medium. As
time has flowed on the scale of its
use has been contracted; mainly,
perhaps, because it is a method in
volving a large aggregate of trou
ble for those who resort to it. A
considerable time elapsed with
nothing more than gradual growth J
in the action of the Press; but after ;
the repeal of the stamp duty, and i
especially after the repeal of the j
paper duty, the sphere of this
action became enormous, and the
newspaper proved itself to be a
mighty agent, both in the sphere of
politics and in the mental training
of the people.
Mr. Gladstone then sketches the
history of the influence of the Plat
form in England, and it will be
universally conceded that no one
can speak with more authority on
this branch of his subject than the
Nestor of the English Platform to
day. Mr. Gladstone cites instances
when the Platform has been exer
cised in opposition to the Press, in
harmony with it, and points to in
stances in which it ha triumphed
over the Press, as evidenced in par
liamentary elections. The Platform,
he says, displays - and generates
living energy, quickens sympathy,
increases information, and brings
to bear the whole power of fellow
ships in a cause. The power of the
Platform, however he. says, is-intermittent,
while the action of the
Press "i continuous and perma
nent as that of Old Time himself."
He does not regard it as' desirable
that the country should be continu
ally subjected to the national fever
incident -to.. the bye-elections, as it
has been since 1887. He signifi.
can tly adds : . "On e s apre me effort
is still in progress, but nature is
sure to -cry out for remission and
relief. ., -JVe may reasonably hope
that .Press, Petition, -and platform
will hereafter be, as they have been
hereto fore, combined as harmoni
ously as; the. figures of - the- three
Graces, and will contribute, each in
its - due measure .according to the
calls of the time, toward the consol
idation .and progress of free gov
ernmenti' i, r
Such words as -these -from the
aged but most-progressive states
man of England are" strong! "con
trast ' to . the absolutism toward
which ,'. Germany's A young, kaiser
leans so strongly. ., Though the, lib
erty., of,- the.1 press has - essentially
been" : abused; " on ? the whole In
England and - in -America it - has
beeq used in such a way as to con
serve political rights and become
the most efficient aid to progress..
Inter Ocean..., :
For a number of years. I Dave
been subject -to violent attacks, ot
inflamniitory. rheumatism ..which
generally.lasted about two months.
On the first of this month I was .at
tacked in the. knee and.jsuffered se
verely for .two days, when I prenred
a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and it relieved me almost instantly.
I therefore most cheerf ully;,reco
mend it to those who are similarly
afflicted every wherc-R.: D. -Whit,
ly-is a very prominent man in. this
lace, and his .disease was wj'dley
nowh as. he,, suffered? aucii severe
pain-W' M .Houstan.A Co. , v Mer
chants, L Martindale, ,'NV C. . afl cent
bottles for ssUe by F.G.Fricke & Co.
Druggists. ... ' , .
Beware of .the doctera and. under-take-is:
v.they ..want-. you' Spring
I A f i
time is here and with it a .CbntamU
nated Blood, lorpia Liver," ividneg
Comdlaints and Indigestion Take
"Ralrena for the Blood"" and stim
ulate the organs- to ioree .the oul
secretions from. your system. .,$1 at
Brown & Barrett and O- H. Snyder
Rail-Road Pain. Cure never fails
Brought Into. Court.; h.-,
. Messrs. Cage Land . Shermeu, ;of
Alexander. Texas, .write, us, . regard
ing a reniarkabjextu-e for ..rheuma
tism there, as. follows; ..''The wifeof
Mr. Wm, Vryitt, the. postmaster
here, 'has!.' been bed-ridden with
rheumatism'for several years. She
coirld tret nothing to;do her" ail v
good. We sold heir- a bottle -'of
Chamberlain s Pain valiu and she
was completely Cnred .by its Mse.
We refer any one to . her to-.verify
this statement."- 50. - cent bottles for
sale by F. G. Fricke. V Co., dr uggists
Itch on human atid horses auimata
curel in 30 minutes ; by Woolford's
sanitary lotion. :This never fails.
Sold F. G. . Fricke. & Co. . druggist,
Why will you cough when Shi .
loh's cure will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts.. 50 cts. and $1
For asle by F. G. Fricke 4c Cc
HER INFINITE VARIETY.
I love brru "Faith. when the sunlight steals
Through the t-hurt-h's heavy ain
A ruillant uuut. by my ttidc nbe kneels,
Abd her tuiul Kueit up in prayer. -
I love her a 1'hiirity. when her parse
Una nwa.yn uotl r niite
To lift the weight of poverty's curse
And make houio weury heart lKht.
But when the btaudu in uo earthly guise,
V"ith her erfect love coufuissed.
In the trusting plmit-e of her brilliant eyes.
It's aa "Hoik?" that I loved her bet.
Harry Komaine in Ladies Home Journal.
Stud leu lu rj clilogy.
One r.tiny morning iu October 1 s it
quietly reading my paper, wlien ther:
suddenly came tu me the realization
that 1 was not alone. In the midst of
iny perusal of tho stock market quoui
tions, 1 experienced the peculiar and in
describable psychic phenomena whk-h
indicate the presence of another liviu.;
being. As I am somewhat uearsightt-J.
it is my custom to hold the paper rath-r
close to my face when reading: and yet.
with it in this position on the morning
in question, I was positive there was
some one standing directly in front oi
me and looking at me intently. In fact
it seemed to me as though, through the
four intervening thicknesses - of my
newspaper, a pair of eyes were burning
iuto my very soul.
Suddenly 1 lowered my paper and
looked up. Then, just as suddenly. 1
raised the paper again and went on read
ing. My worst fears were realized! The
being who stood before me was a wom
an, and there was not an unoccupied
seat in the whole car. Life.
The Big Tree of New Zealand.
' To bring home to the mind the stu
pendous size of the colonial oak, as the
kauri pine of.-New. Zealand has been
called, it must, be compared, with the
largest trees in these islands. . In Eng
land there, are several elms 70 feet high
and SO feet in girth; oaks 80 feet high
and with trunks 40 feet in girth; and in
Scotland there is an aeh 00 feet high and
19 feet in girth. But these are regarded
as extraordinary and grow , tn- solitary
grandeur... s . -
The average girth of trees in Britain is
not more than 12 feet, nor the average
height above 00 feet. ' But in New Zea
land there are miles of kauris whose av
erage height is root lees than 180 feet,
and whose girth is aot km tiaras. 8ft feet
ered was TO feet ia girth, and, the trunk
was 800 1 eel high-Londoa GWaa , , . .
CarleettkM mt Roofc-Ttatee. M. .-
The chief sooxce- of aameement' Itit
the book plate collector is tobeteaad
in the grotesque "exrors made: on "r-. -mortal
boosx plates -by ersonerwho arer
eitherr Ignorant ;of , ,the , jnKhraents. - of,
heraldry or careless es to their nieanfng,
Thas.Aany ladies ,will have behnets,'
mottoes .and crests on their phites to
none of which are they erstatied- while
some men wiU-sinn?ty alter the raame on
their father's fdate (sey f rem Joha But
ler to Sarooei Butler) and thiak themr
selves entitled to continue; to hear the
arms .of their parents impaled, thus.
making.it appear. that Samuel Butler
had married ma own mother. London
i The straw hat, .with one of those wide
wale, whipccjaVeoaimer-weight nnlined
suits, and a waistcoat selected to com '
port therewith fis, an aggregation !"that
typifies the correct, ensemble of the sum
mer young' man either in town or 'doing
the piazza of the summer resort hotel.
Clothier and Furnisher - - -
Mr. Dixon's Carnivorous Mjale..
Mr. , ,B- Dixon, f Frederick. Md.,
owns a, mrue-.that caught a calf in its
teeth the other day and. devoured it
piecemeal. Cor. St. Louis Glebe-Democrat.
A New' rirr t!e-flir.- - : .
'A newifbre exttngaisher is composed ot
a mixture of -water and liquid, carbonic
acid gas,',whjch, upon . being, .discharged ,
through pipes atthish poreeeure cause the ,
ra.expaojietrfps bia gae,-convertng
the mirtorer into a spray, mora' or less
froxen'.- New York) JoumaL i.
tVJJX.;r l About Vlghtr'' iJ-
xJigiit.- trayele '-at the' rate-xf nearly
7000 -milee in' a aecondr bat- It is a
smfdl copeolatioa, to. think. of :1t when
yba fall ovea a wheelbarrow in the. dark.
Rain's Bora.'. v i ,
. . ' r I.' -. i H ' In J.s US.-
fimeai eejssa -Tf.. .'1.
Father (to 4uH aouH-Bow many
prizes have yea- taken at school this
year, my boy? ....
.SonNone.; t . .. ... .
Father Never mind then, work hard
er and yon may take twice as many next
year. Westfield (N. J.) Leader, r- -....
What are- described- as - the . '.finest
tobies in the-world are - those occupied
bv the magnificent horses of the Baro
ess Von ,uvlan in Paris. The stables
cover three acres of ground,1 end are;
fitted up m a style that is little leas thaat
" Boa-Oxns, a rity on the Granges, i
said to hare been so named because a
gigantic serpent. 130 cubits long ami
having a double head, was killed- at the
present sight of the town about the year
361 A. D. . . ', ,
Careful scientific- investigations show
that the average speed of the transmis
sion of earthquake shocks is nearly 1C
0U0 feet per second.
MANY YEARS AGO TIIK POKT WROTK:
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
It was true then and just as true to day, and fits our case exactly
ALL THAT WIS WANT IS
Your Trade on
That is all; ' Nor do we want it long" just for a few years, say twent-y
or more and if you will grant us this "little" our cup of 1'appiness will
be full to overflowing.
In return you will have little to want, lor in these goods we offer tlu
best and most complete line made in this country to-day and
--"t Prices so X-io-r'
That every time we fill out a notation sheet we feel that we-ought to bw
accortled a place in history among the philanthropists for we are giving
the trade all the cream and keeping the skimmed milk for ourselves.
WILL YOU NOT GIVE US TUB "LITTLE" THAT Vf E WANT.
J. W. Hendee, & Co.
V-1M- Meett.ever5rr.Wedpe1.day :e-e-rillT-.their
HaUerec Bonnet & Tatt'ey aU
visitlrlie. knifffati are. cordially. InTtted .to
A O V W No 84 Meet second and fourth
Friday eYtnings inihe month at I O
OFHalu3Vunaean,:Jt W.JJ i Urown.
recorde.c' f. .; ....
A O rr WioMeei flrst and third Fri
day evening of each month at I O O F
hall. Frank Verniylea M W; J E Barwick,
roeorder. f., , ,t
pvEGlJE B: OF iHOirOKAMeeta thes first
- and thtcdiThrarsday evenita ot each
montU-lO LrQ. Ot F. half, FitrraM block.
Mrs. Addfe Smith. Worthy Sister of Honor
Mrs. Nannie Burkel, sieter secretary.
CABS' LODdE. J0J4.I,O.ia F. eU ev
r1uey -niht at . their bail -in. Ftenerald
block. L AU.Odd Fellows are i cordially -invited
to attehd, ehea jrtaUUi in the city. .Cbris Pet
rsen. y,.Gr.,ja. F.tsbajre. Aeeretary. ... m -.
R OTAL ' AKO AA M-d-ss'"' CtHincil No" 1021.
" Meet attfce K.voI R, h&Uia the Parmele A
CnUi? oiock over Bennett & Tutts, IsItIdk
brethren InTited. Henry- Gerlne. Regent;
IUn ailing, 8ecretni. , ,,v.,
: ''-. I'-1' -.: I :
GA. B.'sfeCnnlliie Fost No. 45 meets every
,v MuMayeToaiaitat :a9laUietr Hall in
Bocxwood-block.- An -vlsittnif comnntss are
cordlallv invited to -uee with us. Fred Bates,
FfJMadjnUotn; G. E, Sites, Fou, Comnadder.
ORDKR dr 'TftE" -WORLlr; i;Meets at 7 : 3
every Monnar eveninir at the Grand Array
ball. A. F. Groom, president, Thos Walling,
fASl CAMP No. 833 M. W. A, lueeU every
W second' and. Fourth Konday evnings iu
Fiugerald halL - IsIUdk neighbors welcome.
P. c. Hansen. .Y. C. s p. Wcrteubereen W. A.,
8. C WUde. Clerk.' : ' .
r'APTAJN; H JC fAIJIEft CAMP NO t
ttoo -of Veteran, di vision of Nebraska. U
. A.-aneet every Tuesday night at 7 i30 o'clock
in their hall ia ritlserald block. - All sons and
visiting comrades are cordially invited to meet
with us -J. J. Kurtz, Commander; B. A. Mc
alwain. 1st Se&rgent, s
rjAUUHTlRS OF.KSBlCA-Bud of Prom
! Lodire No. -40 meets the second and
fourth Thursday evenings, of .each month in
the i:o.O. . hslL Mrs. T. E. Williams. N
G. ; Mrs John Cory. .Secretary.
YUUAtt-MKN'S CHBIsTION-. -BOCIATION
Waterman block Main Street. Booms
open fTwm s 0 a in to S'e i nr. For men only
Gospel meeting every Sunday afternoon at 4
For years the editorof the Burl
ington -Junction, (Mo,) Post, Iia
been subject to cramp colic lit of in
djgestion' which prostrated him for
several liours and unfitted him .for
business ior-two or three days. For
the past year he has been 'usin
Chamber la inH Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhtea Remedy whenever- occa
sion required, and it has invariably
given him prompt relief. and 3)
cent -bottles for -ale by F. .
Fricke Co., druggiM.
Are away down
j j 3j
A. H. iULLITAK.
ARoraey at-Law. Will glvs prompt arteaMsa
to an business antra ted to htm. Office la
Oaloa bloek. Kast Side, riatumouth. Neb.
e H M r)
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
t N W P
: H. M, GAULT. :
Room with Snyder, Soutn Main Street.
JCJR. A. SALISBURY
: D-E-N-T-I-S-T :
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS.
Or. Steiaways anaesthetic for the sinless ex
traction at teetb.
fine Cold Work a Specialty:-
Reckweod Bleek . PlatUsaeutk.Neb.-
-pEIJS llOTTSE. f )
81 2 1 d,' 22 1, AN. 225' yAIN ST"
FR. GUTHUAinT. PROE-i
PATES $450 PKK WEEK ASP VP
7 fc-t .
r 14 :
40LI AKI POKCBLA1N KOWB
' Bridge work anetise geld werk a -
K. STEIN ACS LOCAL as wail as ether, at
estketicscivaa tor tke aialees xtracttea 4
a 4. ; MARSHALL, Fitzgerald
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