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1M.ATTSMOUTH, NK Bit A SKA. MONDAY. MAY l, I89-2.
(The aiattsmouth Qcruld.
COKXKK OK VINE AM) FIFTH STS
K NOTTS BROS, Publishers
Iubllthel every Thursday, and daily
every evening except Sunday.
hVti:teTel uttlie I'lattmoiitli, Nebraska
x-it pflice as wcoiul clans mail matter for
tranMinistioii tlirouuh the U. S. mails.
A cream of tartar baking powder
n:i.., oil in lf.i veiling strength
latest U. S. Government food re
)e year iii u!vijce
One year not In unfe -
Six months in advance
Three months in advance
TKK.MS OK OAII.Y.
One year ill udvuiice
tnri)tivnne moiitll -
f'er week by carrier '-
. 2 00
China lias concluded not to break
off all commercial relations witli ub,
even though the new exclusion law
is distasteful to her. bhe wouiu
lose a good deal more than we
would by such a step.
rre-blleel. fork. Veal. M. Ijutter wd
eKB Kepi cunii j ......
Game of all kinds kept in Season
SATISFACTION - GARANTEED
-- r.tu St mid Lincoln Are
ir attsM()I!TH. - NEBRASKA.
The announcement that England
will accent the invitation of the
United States to take part in an in
ternational monetary couterence
.roes to show that President llarri-
son has taken hold ot tne snver
question in the right -way.
JWi SIXTH 8TKKET
F. II. ELLEN 13 A V M, Prp-
The beet of fresh meat always found
in this mar net.
Egg and Butter.
The democratic river and harbor
bill is the biggest fraud and steal
that ha9 been passed by congress
and it will surely elect any man
resident on the republican ticket
no matter who the repuuiicaus
! should put up. Hut they will put
up Harrison and he will be re
elected by an increased majority.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
i mx f SIXTH STREET
? Meat ha use
Always has o.i hand a full stock of
Corn, Bran, Shorts Oats and Baled
Hay for rale as low as , t he loue
and delivereu to uio t"" -ity'
CORNER SIXTH AND VINE
Plattsmouth, - - Nebrn
M AS V FACT C K K OF AND
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
TOBACCO AND SMOKEiv's ARTICLES
always in stock
...... . - Nebrassa
W II. CUSII1NG, - J. W. JOHNSON,
' Vrttidcnt, Vice-rreida.
joOT H EOOo-
Capital Paid in
K K ;uthman. J W Johnson. E 8 Oreus!
F lie rv Kikeubary. M W Morgan J
A Connor. W Wettenkamp, W
A general banxing business trans
acted. Interest allowed on de
r-IRST : NATIONAL : BANK
OK PLATT3M0CTH. NEBRASKA
Paid uo capital S50.000.0C
f.iH? P 10.000.09
n tne ry beet facilities lor the promp
transaction of ligltlmate
nd interest allowed on the certiflcate
Drifts drawn, available In any Pfrt of the
United tte ana iuuiBjuiui
OOI4.BCTIOK8 MADE AJf D PROMPTLY BXXIT-TED.
BUbbSX n-rrtet price pmd tor County War-
rftDISf DIM. imm j ..v-
8am Waugb. F. K. Whit
.ni.n riX3xnli. B.Wangn.
MR RLAND ALARMED.
It appears that Mr. Bland takes a
f th3 situation. The
l.lindness and treachery of the dent
ocrats who voted against the silver
l.ill. he thinks, have done tne ousi
,is for the nartv this year. It can
mnl-c no n-ains in the west, winie it
is in danger of losing some of its
nld T.restiire and potency in
south. In that section, ne ueneves,
tens of thousands of democrats will
rpmain awav from the polls, thus
o--.-;..-r two or three states over is
: -.-.mblicans. He has no faith
international monetary con-
ice idea. No solution of the
. in can be gained in that di
, . . .ion. and he is confident that the
democrats who favor this project
insincere. This conferenceno
tiou he firmly believes is a trick got
up by the eastern democrats to
shelve the free coinage uuis o
merely pretending to postpone them
until Europe has a chance to xa i
on the tiuestion.
Undoubtedly the Missouri states
man has good cause to be angry
with his nartv for its shabby treat
rf his measure. An over
whelming maiority of tke demo
cratic members of the house are
pledged to do all they can to bring
about free coinage, yet when the
test comes they disregard the in
ductions of their constituents and
prove false to their promises. Even
the speaker, who had frequently
Token and voted in tavor oi ano
ing the largest liberties to the white
metal, proved faithless when tne
crisis came. On every nanu irec
silver champions surrendered to
the threats and blandishments ot
the Xew York and Massachusetts
a.oirti of their nartv. Of course
Mr. Bland has one recourse left by
which he may "get even" with the
traitors. He can bring the matter
in. in the national convention, and
if this body declares in favor of
throwing the mints open to the
white metal the party will become
formally and definitely committed
to this oolicv.
But the distinguished iIissounan
is unnecessarily alarmed at the out
look. The democrats will be beaten
in the canTass, bnt they will lose
none of the southern states. That
region will be faithful to the party
even if its representatives in con
cress be faithless to their peldges
and protestations. The democrats
are accustomed to losing the pre9i
dencv. and one defeat, of this sort
more or less will make little differ
ence to them. They will survive
such a loss, and still be in grand
fio-htincr snape when the next elec
tion comes around. But their su
premacy in the southern states is
not seriously menaced. Perhaps
some of the old Tim and vigor may
be missed in the canvass in the
outh. and the majority may lose a
little of the imposing dimensions
of former years, but the majority
will be their just the same, and it
will be ample enough for all practi
cal purposes. Globe Democrat.
Nebraska Weather Service.
Following is the weather report
as received from ninety-three ob
servers in sixty counties for the
week ending rriday, May 13:
The week has been unseasonably
cold, with excessive rainfall in all
parts of the state, and little or no
progress has been made in farm
The temperature has been more
than twelve degree below the nor
mal in all parts of the state, and in
the northern part nearly eighteen
degrees below. The sunshine has
also been decidedly below the nor
mal, there being generally but a
part of one day in which the sun
Rain has fallen nearly every day
in all parts of the state, with snow
in the northwest on the 7th and 8th.
The amount of precipitation has
varied from an inch and a half in
the western portion to three and a
half in the southeastern. This is
more than three times the normal
amount and as the ground was al
ready thoroughly saturated it has
quite generally injured crops and
flooded low lands.
In the southern tier of counties
from a fifth to a half of the corn
crop has been planted, but else
where very little of the crop is in;
coMiplaint is general that what is
already planted is rotting in the
Antelope Weather injurious to
all crops; enow on Monday.
Burt No farm work can be done
and corn planting much delayed.
Cedar Almost continuous rain
fall; grass backward; much injury
to stock from hunger and exposure;
small grain geneially doing well.
Colfax Small grain and fruit all
rijrht so far; cold and wet weather
delaying farm work and causing
the death of young pigs.
Cuming Plowing for com de
layed considerably; river high.
Dixon Wheat becoming slightly
yellow; no planting done, but
ground mostly plowed.
Dodge Corn ground half plowed;
little corn planted, and that rotting.
Holt Snow all day on the 9th;
rye, wheat and oats all right; rivers
overflowing their banks.
Madison Frost on the 7th; little
Platte Not twelve hours of sun
shine the past week; corn ground
about half plowed and very little
Sheridan Much snow; a large
acreage of wheat sown and doing
Stanton Most grain up and look
ing well; planting at a standstill.
Washington Oats turning yel
low; wheat good color and pastur
age improving; corn ground two-
Butler Farm work three weeks
behind; much ground under water.
Cass Work totally suspended;
apple blossoms coming out well;
corn already planted will have to
be replanted; pastures suthcient
Clay Some corn planted, but
rotting in the ground; will all have
to be replanted; small grain and
grass growing but little.
Fillmore Wheat, oats and grass
far behind what they were last year
at this time.
Caere Work ten days behind last
year, too cold for grass and still
necessary to feed cattle.
Hamilton Dull, cold and rainy,
delaying corn punning.
Jefferson Planting not one quart
er done; some up but looks j-ellow.
Johnson neat aim oais on uui
tnm lands iniured: no farming this
week and work weeks behind.
Nemaha heat, oats, grasana
potatoes growing; farm work at a
. winu ot limine and Plenty.
WTiilo the inhabitants of south and
eastern Ruswia are starving, a larfre pro
jiortioii of the population of eastern
Siberia and Turkestan have so much
grain that they do not know what to lo
with it. In the province of Semiret
chinhk the peasants have enough grain
to last them for ten years, and in the
provinces of Yeneseisk, Yakutsk ami
the Transbaikal the price of wheat i.s
one-eighth what it is in the Volga pro
vinces. The host beef is being sold at
the rate of about ?d. a pound, but as
there are no railways and few or no
roads in these rich portions of the em
pire, this superabundant wealth cannot
be put to account. London Tit-Bits.
Spot Cash Hardware.
MANY TKAK" ""KT TKOTE:
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
It was true then and just as true to day, ami lits our cae exactly
ALL THAT WE WANT IS
Your rade on
Disinclined to lie Kissed.
A peculiar incident has come to light
at Mount rieasant, la. A good looking
voung woman came to the marshal and
asked for the arrest of her husband, who
was ill treating her. The man was
placed in jail, but when the time of
trial came the wife did not appear to
prosecute her case. The husband was
released and then explained that he had
attempted to ki6s his wife. She object
ed, and he forcibly put his arms around
her and kissed her. Chicago Inter
An Aluminium Lifeboat.
A lifeboat of aluminium has recently
been built at Stralsund. It is a matter
of considerable curiosity to see how this
boat will answer when thoroughly test
ed, as it is thought to be more than like
ly that its obvious good points will be
more than counterbalanced by various
disadvantages. New York Times.
A Wedding Journey.
A man named Thomson passed
through Buchanan, Qa., a few days ago,
Imd traveled on a cart from Dades-
ville, Ala., to Salt Springs, Ga., to get
married. Thomson and ins wite weign
at least 400 pounds. The distance from
Dalesvilie to Salt Springs is about 20J
A rat plague in Dorset is inflicting
Inss on the farmers. One farmer at
Wareham, noticing that three ricks were
infested, ordered them to be thrashed.
The ricks were found to swarm with
rats, and no fewer than 530 were killed.
n. x ii. ..v- ,i t 1,.,..-" inet for :i few VCaTS. SUV tWCIlt-V
1 IU11 IS ill 1 ; .Mil jll Vir n Jill ll iuu -j j - , .
or more and if you will grant us this "little" our cup of happiness will
r ii . n " . .
ue mil io ovcni:iwin. , ,
In return you will have little to want, lor in tnese gooos wc um-i im
best pud most complete line made in this country to-day and
That every time we ill 1 out a quotation sheet we feel that we ought to be
accorded 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 GITE US THE "LITTLE" THAT WE WANT.
J. W. Hendee, & Co.
No Luck in Tula Horseshoe.
Some time ago a St. Louis man nailed
a horseshoe over the door of his house
for good luck. Tuesday as the man was
about entering his home a bolt of light
ning struck him and knocked him sense
iacc Tf triincaired later that the elec-
trie current had first passed through the
t.- r TTr-i-irrt A' Co.. the druggists
desire" us to publish the following
testimonial as they handle the rem
edy and believe it to ue rcimuic
r l .-V. . -Ar-nnt hottlft of Chaill-
berlains Pain Balm and applied it
1,-mha. which have been at-
1 1 Jill .--' .
...III, rliantnntism at lllter-
vals for one year. At the time 1
i i, iiia Halm I was uu-
i.iJ TV. ,,to11- T ran truthfully say
uuic i y i i..... - 1 .
Pii,ii has completely
cured me. R. H. Fakk, Holywood,
i r, . tvy. a k Pnv the leading
AilU. - ' , ' '
druggist at Holywood, vouches tor
the trutn oi tne auuvc siaicmtun
! V i
Are away down
1 "6 t ii e i e
CALL AND SEE
r'7 ST?. X'rriz-ttu.
. r v, t.vj' .. '
Ik w &
vr-vrt-i A, Son are deliver ing ice
daily. Call on them for your sum
mer s ice.
Sfc-TTHE POSITIVE CURE, m
K?", Jgglgfifmg EBOTHZRS. 03 Warren BU 'Now Yorfe. E0 ctai
Tli- first annual meeting of the
Nebraska conference of theEpworth
11 sell tickets "south
of the Platte river to Lincoln, May
10-16 inclusive, rarues paying iun
r - - 1 1 V. .... .
iare goinjj win uc icimucu i wu
third fare on presenting certificate
at ticket office at Lincoln, signed by
T r .
Gen. P. and T. Agt.
tlrn InnVa arc more than nlcln
deep, deqending upon a healthj
1... r 1 u.l
condition oi an me. vuai organs.
If the Liver be inactive' you have
a Bilious Look, if your stomach
be atteetea you nave a j-yspepin.
rl i t hour Kidnevs be effected
yov will have a Pinched Look. Se
curs gooa neaitn ana you win nave
good looks, Electric Bitters is the
great alterctive and Tonic acts
directly on those vital organs.
v - , t : i i
tJUreS rlinpies, oiuicncs, uuna auu
rrixrta a rood complexion. Sold at
F. G. Fncke & Co's Drugstore, 50c
Ark. Carlsoaa or
a,;i av 7ti and 8th the M.
P. will sell round trip tickets to Hot
Springs, Ark., at one lowest u
class tare, gooa reiurumg
t..., inh on account of govern-
JllllV- A J " ' .
ment saie oi iuia aim '"t""h
f e,,ViT-,i Central Turnveriu
Association. Call at office for par
rtarrh in New England.
rri.r'a rvnm Halm gives satisfac-
prv one using it tor Ca
tarrhal troubles-G. K. Mellor drug
gist, Worcester Masc.
X Uclltvc jij j . - -
nw.vio for catarrh ever offered
the public Bush & Co. druggists,
a ort,Vleof realment.C. P. Alden
1 . !5nriti(rfiplfl MaSS.
Those wno use n t?peun. ihrihj
it. Geo A, Hill, aruggisi opim
1ICIU, uaci . . ,
Cream Balm has given sansiac-
tory results. V. . draper, uru-
gist, Springtiem, luass.
n( 4Vi firand Armv bovs
may be interested in the following
from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., Com
mander, Dep t. l enn. ana oa. xie
w have had an etndemic
r ...i.;nrr rnnrrh here. (Stewart.
Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has Deen tne umy ihcuilhic
trood." There is
no danger from whopping cough,
when this remeay is rreeiy sivc"- "
completely controls the disease. oO
cent bottles for sale by F. G. Fncke
i & CO., OTUgglSt8.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk BK8T Salvk in the world for Cuts
Braises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
nro ti1p nr no oav reoiiired.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money refunaea. rnce v cenie per w.
For sale by F. ii. jmcKe
Why will you cough when Shi
, v. win crii.-f immediate re-
i;f. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. ad fl
For sale by . G. JrricKe t-o
rds and Office 404 South Third Street.
lieglstered Fhj'eician and Pharmacist
Special attention given to Office
R. A. SALISBURY
: D-E-N-T-I-S-T :
GOLD AND PORCELAIN CROWNS.
SteiDways aaarsthetlc for the iainlert ex
traction of teeth.
Fine Gold Work a Specialty.
Kockwood Block Plattsmouth, Neb.
217, 219, 221, AND 223 yViAIN ST
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
F. R- GUTHMA1T1T. PROP-
Rates !?4.o0 ijek week and up
Nortk Sixth Street, Plattsmoutk
... (K)LD AND POKCELA1N CKOWMJ
Bridge work and fine gold work a
DB. STEINAUS LOCAL aa well &m other aii--
e3UJCllC9Klveil IUI IUI3 olillV799 CAUWUVU Ul
a A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Block
A. N. SULLJTAN.
Attorney aULaw. Will give prompt attrntloa
to all bniiBa eatruated to him. Office Is
(Jnloa block, aat Hide. PUttemouth, Keb.
" Praeldent v