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Hill Denounced and Cleveland
Lauded to the Skies.
FREE SILVER IS UM DENOUNCED.
New York Democrats Elect Dele
gates to the Chicago Conven
Around t.io City
The democrats opposed to Hill
and Ilia mid-winter snap convention
met in Htate convention at Syracuse,
New York, yesterday afternoon. The
convention was called to order by
ex-Secretary of the Treasur' Fair
child, chairman of the utate com
mittee. Fairchild made a brief
speech, in which he spoke of the
strength of the movement against
Hill, and its growth since the con
vention was called, and said: "We
have only to go on in a spirit of jus
tice firmly and calmly to accomplish
what we believe will do more for the
democratic part' in the state of New
York than all the other political
movements in the last generation."
We approve the use of both gold
and silver as uione', but we de
mand that all dollars, whether gold
or silver, shall be equal in value to
each other in fact, as well as by dec
laration of law. We are opposed to
the free coinage of silver by the
United States alone at the existing
ratio of sixteen to one, because we be
lieve that free coinage at that ratio
will result in the immediate disap
pearance of gold from the business
of this country and the use of sil-
et with certain loss to every wage
earner and every savings bank
depositor, with impairment of
credit and disastrous disturbance
of business of t'very kind.
We demand the repeal of the
Sherman silver law of 1SW as an ob
struction of internal bi-metallism,
and because it is rapidly bringing
thi- country to silver monometal
lism with all of its attending evils.
HILL'S SNAI SOITXOLY DENOUNCED.
We recognize the necessity of an
organization, through the party
may direct its energies, but when
such an organization c!aims to be
the party itself, instead of its iifstru
ment. when it suppresses the voice
and misrepresents the desire of the
party, when it calls the caucusses
at unaccustomed seasons and upon
insunicient notices, when regard
less of the votes cast, it places upon
the convention roll and admits to
the convention, o:ily those two
without respect to the voice and
wishes of th-ir constituents, w"ll
agree in advance to support the
schemes and i!ie obligarchy it has
established, wh-n it gives notices
in advance that they who will not
agree to and be subservient to this
will not be admitted, then it ceases
to be representative, creates discon
tent, arouses resentment ana im
perils the success of the party. In
this emergency it becomes the dntv
of the original element of the party I
irk n lrr citti J -. ...Ml I
.....v. win icoiuic I
to n just relations Detween its mem
bers and their agents.
We be'ieve in and demand fair
prima -ies, fair conventions, fair
elections, fair returs and the faith
ful observance of the verdict of the
. County Court.
Philip Christ vs. C. E. Flower, et
al. Suit on promissory note for $200.
Answer June 6, 1S92.
In the matter of the estate of J.
Bruce, deceased. Hearing final
settlement of accounts of executor.
Residue of personal estate, $26.GG.
Decree of distribution acd assign
ment under will.
In the matter of the estate of John '
in i m -
x nugnaup., ueceaseu Hearing on
claims. Same allowed and decree
for pav me.it.
W. A. Boeck & Co. vs. D. K. Barr
et al. Suit on account for $11
Answer May 2S, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Sch ay ler Bennett, de
ceased. Same admitted to probate
and bond of X. If. Meeker, e .ecutor.
fixed at $1,000.
In the mavler of the estate of Sol
omon Wa-d. deceased. Hearing on
petilio.i for appointment of Alfred
S. Coo ley administrator. Prayer of
petition is granted and bond fied
In the matter of the estate of John
G. Haj-es. deceased. Hearing on
petition for appointment of Thos.
Pollock as administrator. Prayer
of petition granted and bond fixed
In the matter of the last will and
testament of Allle V. Roberts, de
ceased. Bond o.' Thomas M. How
ard, one of the executors, in the
sum of $20,C )0. approved and letters
In the matter of the estate cf
Mary Carney, decensea. Hearing
on final settlement continued.
In the matter of the estate of John
December 2, 10 a. m.
In the matter of the estate of
Elisha Slradley, deceased. Hearing
on petition for final settlement,
June 2U, 2 p. m.
In the mailer of the estate of Wil
liam Masloo, deceased. Hearing
on petition ior final settlement,
June 20, 10 a. id.
In the matier of the estate of Sol
omon Ward, deceased. Notice to
crediiors to file cla'ms on or before
December 2, 10 a. tn.
In the matter of the estate of
Schuyler Beu.icit, deceased. No
tice to creditors to file claims on or
before December 'iiid. at 10 a. m.
In the mailer of the estate of Sar
ah Masioii, deceased. Hearing on
pei"t:on for final settlement June 20
at 10 a. in.
S. I. Vanatta vs J. T. A. Hoover;
suit for professional services, for
balance of $125. Answer June Cth
In the matter of the guardiahshi p
of John .iuart Livingston, minor
heir of Robert R. Livingston de
ceased. Hearing on report of F. K.
White, guardian. Kesidue in hands
of said guardian found to be $2,793
30. Receipt showing payment of
same produced and filed and guard
W. A. Beock & C. vs. D. K. Barr et
al. Continued for service until June
4, 10 a. m.
C. K. TelTt vs. Phil Green & Co.
Set for trial, by consent, June 4, 10
In the matter of the estate of II,
W. Farley, deceased. Hearing on
petition of I. N. Woodford, executor,
to perfect decree of final settlement
and discharge. Decree as per prayer.
In the matter of the guardianship
of George Farley and William L.
Farley, minor heirs of Henry W.
Farley, deceased. Hearing on ap
plication oi j N Woodford, guardi-
an, for final settlement and allow
ance of his accounts as such guard
ian and for discharge from said
trust. Prayer of petition granted,
on production of receipts showing
payment to each of $503.72, the resi
due of the estate of said deceased
Charles E. Shaw vs. J. Ross Barr.
Suit to contest election of trustee,
villiage of Greenwood. Motion for
leave to correct error in summons,
sustained. Motion to quash service
overruled. "Defendant and contee-
tee to answer by June 6, 1892,
J. J. Shannon and Alf Cooley, of
Eagle, are in the citj- to-day.
Work was commenced on the
walks around the court house to
Judge Archer rendered a verdict
in favor or plaiutiif in the Patter-
Mrs. G. W. Fairfield returned to
her home in the western part of the
state this morning.
The marriage of Henry Herold
and Miss Eda Gering will occur at
the Episcopal church to-night at 8:00
The Business Men's Association
will be held in Omaha June 13, 14
and 15 instead of June 14, 15 and 16,
as stated in Saturday's paper.
. .. .....
KememDer tne theatrical season
atthe Wate-man wll dose to-nifrht
and the management has secured
a fiae company in theTu:k"sli Bath
ihose who miss it w'll m'ss a
rae ; ea,. t So don't fa"1, io go.
There was no ball game to-day
on account of the grounds being
too wet. Two games will be played
to-morrow afternoon, commencing
at 2 o'clock, for the price of one ad
mission. Myers and Maupin will
form the battery for the home team
and Castone and Fear for Kearney
The E. Q. V. iiieiary society of the
HiTrh school will hold the'-r last
meeting o! this school tem to-morrow
night, June 2, s t the residence
of Mr. V. V. Leonard, corner Sixth
and Locust. These e-jterla'nments
are free and a cordial fnvilauon is
extended to 'Yhe public to attend.
The program will appear i:i to-morrow's
The performance to-night by the
Turkish Bath Company will be the
last of the season at the Waterman
and there will probably be no more
theatrical performances for the
next two or three months to come.
The amusement lovers should take
advantage of this by going to see a
good performance by this compati)'
D. M. Jones vs. Cass County occu
pied the attention of the court all
yesterday afternoon and this fore
noon. The jury returned a verdict
in favor of Cass county.
K. uustein vs. l. Ji. Craig is on
trial this afternoon.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
CO., OF N, Y.
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
The social which was to have
been given by tke King's Daughters
last evening at the residence of
Prof. McClelland was postponed on
account of the inclemency of the
weather. Date given later.
The Past Week Has Been Very
Favorable For Corn-Planting
The past week lias been a favor
able one in all respects; fair wea
ther has prevailed ami a very large
amount ot corn-planting has been
done, but the Reason is still about
two weeks behind that of last year.
The ground is generally in excel
lent condition, with theexceptionof
the lowlands, and they are fast be
The temperature has been every
where below the normal, averaging
from three and a half degrees be
low in the western part of the state
to nine and a half in the eastern.
There has been about the normal
amount of sunshine over the state
A very severe wind storm, accom
panied by light Hurries of snow in
the north, was somewhat general
throughout the central part of the
slate on the 20th, doing some dam
Throughout the northern part of
the state over one-half the corn is
planted; in the southern part more
than three-fourths, and in some
counties nearly all.
Butler Farm work two weeks be
hind but corning on well; corn but
half planted; small grain looking
well except in low places.
Cass Good growing weather the
entire week, ground in fairly good
condition and corn planting pro
gressing rapidly and well advanced
Clay More corn planted during
the week than in any other week in
the history of the county; two
thirds of the crop in, season two
Fillmore All crops growing fine
ly. Ground packed solid but dry
Gage Corn planting nearly done
but acreage one-tenth less than last
Hamilton small grain growing
slowly; corn being rapidly planted.
More than usual will be listed.
Johnson Plowing progresses ra
pidly except on bottom lauds, grass
has made a large growth,
Lancaster Ground drying rapid
ly and corn planting is being
Nucholls Sunshine for the past
few days has put the soil in good
condition and much plowing and
planting have been done, grass
growing very fast; small grain look
Otoe Weather hue, ana all the
better for a little shower on Wed
Pawnee Corn about three-fourtl s
planted; wheat, oats and grass show
the effects of the favorable weather.
Richardson Warm sunshiny
weathher benencial to all crops,
light rain on Wednesday night
helped the condition of the ground
bv preventing its baking.
Saunders Corn planting lias been
pushed with marvelous speed and
is nearly done on the high lands
Prospects wonderfully chanced for
Seward Ground in exeelleut con
dition; planting about half done;
wheat looks well; oats fair.
Thayer Oats hurt some by rain,
wheat in goood coudition; a solid
week of corn planting.
York Corn about planted and
lartn work in good shape,
NO 21 11 EAST SECTIOX
Antelope Planting has progress
ed well: some corn will need to be
replanted; small grain mostly look
Uurt rami work prog essmg
rapid!-; many through planting
Col "ax Com planting is well ad
vauced and some Iarmes have fin
Cuming Corn planting progres
ing rapidly, corn about halt in
fruit has setweJ1; small train and
grass in good condtt on but some
are planting their com heias over
HoK Corn half planted; no com
plant of train rotung; grass plenty
and deng weJ 1
.fierce Com about two-tnircls
planted; early planted sugt r beets
coming on well; crops two veeks
late, but g. -owing nicely
Platie iluch ear'y planted co-n
must be rep'ai ed o:i accocai ol
rotting aid cut worms; fru'i ia lull
bloom; cora more f ha a hai:pla i ea.
is.an.oi Com-p'ant.ng : l iu.'l
blast; small &ra"n and gr?ss doing
C SNT ?A L S 3CT.I ON
Buffa'o Corn three-fourths
planted; one-ha1: of the early
plan'ed co-n will ve to be re-
Custer urass ana sma l gra n
growing rapaiy: cern pient.ag
Dawson All small grain doing
well and rye heading some. Corn
nearly all planted.
Loup Cora about ha t planted;
small grain grow'.ug slowly but
looking well: frost on Monday but
no damage done.
Xerrck Corn planting on up
lands near'y finished; plowing com
menced on the lowlauas, but fcmuch
water on some land yet.
JNance Work generally very back
ward; wheat, oats and grass grow
V alley fine weather s?nce am-
day; p'aating of corn is nearing
completion; a little be:ng replanted;
small grain lookirg ia'rly well.
SOUTH WE3T SECTION.
Adams The last three days very
favorably, cops '.ate but not serious
Dundy Corn about all planted
and coming sTow'y; small grain do
Furnas Season three weeks late
ash trees just leafing out; corn
planted in Apri. just coming up;
much talk of its rotting, but 'he
last three daps have made a marked
improvement in all kinds of vege-
Harlan Three fourths of the corn
planted; rye commencing to head.
Much of the early planted com has
Hitchcock Spring and fall wheat
Who can write the most
T?opiilqi ft1!1 "Vidc;-iV"Vvclc
ONE - PRICri: - CLOTHIER
Will Give the Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3, Two Nice Shirts.
Send all Postal Cards
JOE, The One
No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person.
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
Opera -EH-crcLse Corner,
looking well and corn coming up
led W illow W arm and sunshiny
much corn has to be replanted
small crain looking well; light
frost on Monday.
Locran Potatoes and fruit slight
ly injured by frost.
NORTH WESl'E S M SECTION,
Cherry -Farm work gong on
rap d .y on the
Keya Paha o round -n
fj ne con-
dition; corn half planted.
Kock- PJantioggoingon rapid y;
most of the corn will be 1sted.
GOODW'N D. SWEZEY,
G. A. Loveland, Director,
AVeather Bureau Asr'stanl.
T. E. R'.lev, of Omaha, is in the
A. R. Talbot, of Lincoln is attend
ing dis. rict cou rt to day.
Jlrs. Creorjre 1. JJovey was an
Omaha passenger this morning.
D A. Shopman arrived homethis
mors mg from a week's trip'through
Mi ss Carrie Oliver went to Central
City this morning to attend the
J. E. Leesley attached several
crates of chickens at the depot to
day belonging to E. R. Balcom.
JHrs. Ivellner a ad children re
turned to their home in Madison
after a short v.1 sit with Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Goldi g.
Sam Allschu'er, who has been
visiting with tne iamiiy or juevi
Golding, returned to his home in
Lincoln this morn'ag.
Will Stadelman and Will Clem
ents departed this morning for Cen
tral Cit3 Nebraska, to attend the
wedding of Miss Nellie Taylor.
T. H. PoixoCK. Agent.
A nasal injector free with each
bottle of Shilohs catarrh remedy.
Price f ") cts. For sale by O II Sny
der and I7 G F.cL.e.
The republican national conven
tion meets at Minneapolis. The M.
P. makes one lowest first class fare
for round tiip tickets, on sale June
2 to 6 good to return June 2o.
Wanted: An energetic man to
manage branch omce. cniy a lew
dollars needed. Salary to start $7o
?er month and interest in business
he Western Co., Kansas City, Mo.
In Cass OouLrxt3r
U. S. Postal
Kvery word must be written with pen and ink.
Kvery word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
Plattsmouth - Nebraska
fend Guatsis, !r-;
ATIOS 6AF: '
23-ineh. Boj' a '.
36-incb.iJoi' A (iirl'
9Mneh, VBnringslKI On..
iW-lnch. f Ball 75 A.
9klooh Pnnlop PnaomAtio, S-ioefc Tire J5n m .. gi ( HI
E. C. M tACHAM ARMS CO.. ST LOUIS. Ma
For millinery and pattern hats or
anything in the line of ribbons,
llowers of the latest stAdes and de
signs, call on the Tucker Sisters in
the Sherwood block. tf.
Fail to do Our Dutv.
Everbody has at times failed to do
their duty towards themselves.
Hundreds of lady readers suffer
from sick headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness ana leraale troubles.
Let them follow the example of Mrs
Herbecthter, Stevens Point. Wis.
who for five years suffered greatly
irom nervous prostration and sleep
lessness, tried physicians and dif-
terent medicines without success,
But one bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine
caused sound sleep every night and
she is like a new person. Mrs.
Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie City,
Wyoming, who tried all other reme
dies, declares that after three week's
use of the Nervine for headache,
nervous prostration, etc., she was
entirely relieved. Sold by F. G.
Frick & Co. Trial bottle free. 1.
My house and three lots corner
Sixth and Dey, price $1,200.
MRS. J. A. G. BUELL,
Central City, Neb.. apcE.R. B.
Hon. W. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor
of Iowa, says: - "I have used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in my
family and have no hesitation in
saying it is an excellent remedy. I
believe all that is claimed for it.
Persons afflicted by a coucrh or
cold will find it a friend " There is
no danger from whooping cough
when this remedy is freely given.
50-cent bottles for sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co., druggists.
Is what you want next and in
this line as in all others we are
Headquarters. When you want
either of these call in and see
us before buying.
BROWN & BARRETT
words on af
The Place to Buy
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
I wish to specially recommend.
It ia absolutely safe.
GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL
ment plan as cheap as for cash,
on easy monthly payments. Come
in and examine my anti-rust tin
ware which is warranted not to rust
for one year. If at any time you
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can get
ii ior you on iwo aaj-s' notice.
4-21 Main-St.. Plattsmouth